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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 28Number 21
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
n-Aggression' Clause Restored In Arms Deal
ftial View
ard Near
;t Criticized
[iNGTON (JTA) A "non-
ln" clause dropped from a
ty of the Mutual Security
before Congress has been
m the wake of protests
might not be restrained
Ing it* new grant of arms
prael. it was learned thi*
luse was written back into
|t to require recipients of
a.NM>tance to give assur-
|at such equipment will not
offensively. At the same
fcngress was apprised of
[protests throughout the
[over the grant of arms aid
Louis B. Heller told the
It Representative! that "un-
|el>. our own country has
embarked upon a policy
piled impartiality' as be-
ew.N and Arabs, which only
|he cunning purposes of the
ate* He cited the arms
lo Iraq and said "we are
the Arabs at the expense
El. our only true ally" and
|n that area."
Edward A. Gramatz. of
r. called the attention of
in ,i resolution adopted I
I Baltimore Zionist Council
est against an Administra-
tion to provide Iraq with
| grant of American muni-
House Foreign Affairs Com-
|directed its attention this
the Arab Israel situation
eetiny which was held be-
losed doors. Economic and
b aid to the Near Eastern
nd strategic considerations
cussed.
State Department made
I that Iraq, in consideration
[U.S. arms grant awarded it,
ndertaken no commitments
hsard to Turkey and Pakis-
Tiis was disclosed when Rep.
|K. Javits made public an
sent him by the State De-
bit in reply to a series of
Continued on Pag* 5 A
-
Myers New President
Of Miami Federation
David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first Prime Minister, at work in the
Negev settlement of Sdeh Boker where he retired to tend sheep
after resigning from the government.
Stanley C. Myers, Miami attor-
ney, long active here and in na-
tional Jewish affairs, has been
elected president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
He assumes the important' post
for the third time, having served
as president of the agency in 1938
and again in 1941. Outgoing Presi-
dent Carl Weinkle passed the gavel
to Myers in ceremonies at the Fed-
eration 16th annual dinner meet-
ing held in the Di Lido Hotel this
week.
The meeting also heard the an-
nouncement of 51,137,863 as the
figure to date for Greater Miami's
CJA campaign.
Some 400 Federation members,
wives and community leaders were
' on hand to witness the event. A
i rousing vote of confidence was giv-
en to the man who helped guide
j Federation through its early years
! as a community welfare agency and
' who has seen service in many
major positions with leading agen-
cies during the past 20 years.
Elected to serve as vice presi-
dents of Federation for the com-
ing year were Sam Friedland, How-
.- :'~:-:- pJH
Byroade Blames Soviet for Added Turmoil
Dulles Denies Weakening in
Israel-American Relations
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban Friday dis-
cussed recent addresses of Assist
ant Secretary of State Henry A. By-
roade against the background of
the present status of Israel-Ameri- tne n"ign value "he attaches to the
can relations in a 45-minute talk | friendship of the two peoples and
mCTON (JTA) Rab-
Jfcba Hillel Silver held
re conferences with
Resident Richard M.
and Secretary oi State
'Foster Dulles Tueaday.
; wported here. The con-
u ^iween Dr. Silver
,"* Dulles covered a
* rnge 0f subject! relat-
American policy on le-
af the State Department with Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles.
Following his talk with Secre-
tary Dulles, the Ambassador said:
"After several weeks without an
opportunity of discussing Ameri-
can-Israel affairs, I took the oppor-
tunity to bring relations under re-
view and referred very frankly to
a disquiet in all circles in Israel
Shochet Picked
To be President
Of Publishers
WASHINGTON (WNS) Fred
K. Shochet, publisher of The Jew-
ish Floridian. has been elected
president of the American Associ-
ation of English-Jewish News-
papers, succeeding Philip Slomo-
vitr, publisher of The Jewish News
of Detroit, who has served since
the Association's founding.
A delegation representing the
association was received at the
White House last week by Presi-
dential assistant Sherman Adams
who accepted qn behalf of Presi
dent Eisenhower a Bible presented
by the publishers.
The association's annual conven-
tion was addressed by Maxwell D.
Rabb, cabinet operations officer.
Rabb traced the background of de-
velopments in the field o civil
rights, American-Israel relat.bns
and related matters.
During its sessions here, tne as-
sociation met with Solic.tor Gen-
Continued on P9 A
which I am conveying to my gov-
ernment." He added that he got
the impression that Secretary Dul-
les "feels it is not right to believe
any recent events indicate any les-
sening of American friendship and
sympathy for Israel."
Apart from this 'extremely frank
and valuable discussion." Mr. Eban
said, the question of Arab-Israel
relations was taken up and possible
means of reducing tension in that
area considered. The question of
the recently announced American
munitions grant to Iraq was among
the problems discussed, the Am-
bassador revealed.
At the start of the conversation
with Secretary Dulles, the Ambas-
sador expressed Israel's views on
"all recent expressions of Ameri-
can policy." This led to a general
discussion of the recent pattern of
developments. It was clear that the
Ambassador had pursued at some
length questions created by Assist-
about the future of American-Is- ant Secretary Byroade's recent ex-
rael relations." J pressions affecting Israel. Reuven
Mr. Eban reported that the Sec-1 Shiloah. Israel Minister Plenipo-
retary gave him "a most important, tentiary, participated in today's
and encouraging reply concerning meeting.
The Ambassador also made
known that he very recently met
with Eric Johnston, Presidential
envoy to the Near East, and dis-
cussed the proposed Jordan Valley
Authority and .irrigation matters.
The leaders of virtually all par-
ties in the Israel Parliament ap-
proved this week the statement on
Israel's foreign policy presented by
Premier Moshe Sharett in which
he took sharp issue with U.S. As-
sistant Secretary of State Henry
1 A.. Byroade's "advice" to Israel
and criticized the Soviet Union for
its anti-Israel vetoes at the United
Nations Security Council.
Following an eight-hour debate
on Mr. Sharett's speech, in which
leaders of all parties represented
in the Parliament participated, the
deputies voted overwhelmingly to
"take note" of the government's
position. The debate was preceded
by a speech by Pinchas Lavon, the
Minister of Defense, who told the
House that Israel will be able to
Continued on Page 4 A
Stanley Myers
. returns to office
ard Kane, Aaron M. Kanner. Satn
J. Heiman and Sidney Lefcourt.
Named treasurer was David Phil-
lips, and Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, who
served as co-chairman of the Wom-
en's Division in this year's cam-
paign, was elected secretary.
Weinkle automatically assumes
the traditional posi of honorary
president.
The community's most prominent
civic workers and religious lead-
ers were named to fill the posi-
tions for 15 trustees. These include
Sam Blank. Joseph Cherner, Moses
Ginsberg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr.
Morris Goodman, Leon Jacobs. Abe
Kurman, Marcie Liberman. Ma\
Orovitz, Joseph M. Rose, Herbert
E. Scher, Jacob Sher, William D.
Singer, Harry Sirkin and Joseph R.
Stein.
Myers served with distinction in
the honored position of national
president of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds for
four years between 1946 and 1950.
He was also president of the Coun-
cil's Southeastern Region and has
been a member of the Councils
Executive, Community Organiza-
tion, National-Local Relations and
the Budget and Finance Commit-
tees.
He has been a Council Board
member since 1943. He was recent-
ly appointed chairman of the im-
portant Community Organization
and Budget and Finance Commit-
tees and is also serving on the
William J. Shroder Memorial
Award Committee.
Working with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation as an officer
and trustee since its inception. My-
ers gave inspiration and leadership
Continued on Page 10 A
Bond Affair at Westview Club Saturday
Indications that Saturday night's
dinner for charter members of
Guardians of Israel will be the
most successful effort in this area
for the State of Israel Bond Or-
ganization, were given this week
by Bond officials.
It is possible that close to $350,-
000 in sales of the new Develop
ment Issue will be announced by
chairman Jacob Sher at the din-
ner, which starts at 6:30 p.m. in
Westview Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Sher will be hos's
to the Guardians at the dinner
which will also mark the sixth an-
niversary of the State of Israel.
Guardians are all those men who
have invested a minimum of $1,000
in the Development Issue of Israel
Bonds.
The goal for this year in the
Greater Miami area has been set at
$750,000, which represents one per
cent of the overall target of $75,-
000,000.
Sher reported that special roset-
tes would be presented Trustees of
Israel (those who purchased a mini-
mum of $10,000 in Israel Bond-
and that blue and white lapel bars
would be presented the Guardian-
during the dinner celebration.
Sher emphasized that only those
who have purchased a minimum of
SI.000 in the Development Issue
are considered Guardians.
The chairman made special note
that both men and women weroto
be guests..Many will include Spon-
sors of Israelthose women who
Continutd on Page 3 A


PAGE 2 A__________________
Academy Plans
Graduation
Coronation Room of the Em-
press Hotel, 4300 Collins ave., will
be the setting for the third annual
graduation exercises of the Hebrew
Academy on Wednesday evening,
June 9, 8 p.m
Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the!
University of Miami, will be prin-
cipal speaker. He will discuss:
"What Do We Expect of Our Chil-
dren ?"
According to Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, this year's gradu-
ating class will consist of 13 stu-
dents who have completed a full
eight-year elementary program
both in English and Hebrew stu-
dies.
"Our American Heritage," a
musical dramatization of 300 years
of Jewish life in America, will be
presented by graduates. The can-
tata, written by Jack Donnerstag,
composer and theorist now a resi-
dent of Miami, is dedicated to the
American Jewish T e r c entenary
which will be inaugurated ofiicially
in New York during September.
The presentation will portray
through song, music and dance the
contributions of the Jewish people
to the democratic way of life since
their arrival in New Amsterdam in
1654. "It will also describe the tre-
mendous potential of democracy as
symbolized in this land where peo-
ple of all faiths work together in
the service of humanity'! ideals,"
Rabbi Gron laid.
The BO voice chorus of the He-
brew Academy, led by the Acad-
em) s musical director Miriam Don-
nerstag, will participate in the
program. Original musical com-
positions for the script have been
arranged and written b) Donner
stag
Mrs. Jeanette Miller, Academj
dramatics director, is in chat i
the program
K I Hinder, president of thi
Academy, stated that receptioi
honoring the graduates will taki
place immediately after the exer
Uses.
(iraduates are Kphraim Eisei)
berg, Melvin Benenfeld. Aaroi
Pensterheiffl, Barry Honig, Robert
laser, Norman Lachman. William
Mamches. Marshall Sap erstein
Raphael Skop. Warren Teitelman.
Jerome Temchin. Joel Wadler and
Harry Wolper.
+ klstJkMtoL
Ninth annual installation of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
was held at the Saxony Hotel Sunday evening. Left to right
are Gilbert Balkin. retiring president; Herman Edelsberg. guest
of honor and Washington representative of the Anti-Defama-
tion League; Gershon Miller, newly installed president; and
George Talianoff. toastmaster.
Mrs. Kupperman to
Be Named President
Mrs. Florence Kupperman has
been elected president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of ORT
She s ii c c eeds
Mrs Irving Suas-
man. first presi-
dent of the State
of Florida ORT
and a founder of
the local and
stati o r ganizs
tion.
Other officers
ire the Mesdame-
Margaret New-
man Stain. Har-
ry Tischler. Phil
ip Das h. vice
presidents; Samuel Avaroch, treas-
urer; Louis Baron, financial secre
ry; Milton Perlman, correspond-
Mrs. Kupperman
liolden Mtou
' Stated lor liable*
Theater Guild of the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center will present,
as its next attraction, "Golden
Boy." by Clifford Odcts, a play in
three acts, directed by Bob Bren-
ner.
Brenner, who has directed all
ten plays of this group, will, for
the first time, appear in one of his
own productions. In "Golden Boy,"
he will take the part of Mr Bona-
parte. Italian Father of Joe Bona-
parte.
The play will open at the group's
little theater on Saturday. May 29.
with 8:30 nightly performance-
scheduled for May 30, June 1 and
June 2.
Jay Cone, seen in "Jazz Singer."
Home Auxiliary to
Install Officers
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will hold a luncheon in
stallation meeting at the Algiers
Hotel on May 25. 1*2:30 p.m.
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub will in-
stall the Board and the following
officers: the Mesdamea Sol Silver-
man, president; B. Appel, honor-
ary president: vice presidents, Her-
man Jacobs, Murraj Graham, David
Phillips. Louis Makovsky. Jack
Udell; honorary vice presidents.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Max Green-
berg and Irving Prankel.
financial secretary, the ||< .
dames Frances Fntme; recording
secretary, Benjamin Hammerman:
corresponding secretaries, Nat
Katz and Manuel Tannenbaum;
treasurer, Morris Kriegel: auditor.
Nathan Feika; parliamentarian.
Moses Krieger.
ng secretary; and Joseph Sloan, "Morning Star" and "Power With
ecording secretary. ( out Glory." take* the lead as "the
Installation luncheon of the ORT, Ro'den boy," and Ida Bock, seen
banter will be held on Wednes w,,h him in "Corner Without
Ury. Ma) 26. 12 30 p.m.. at the Mar-1'
inique Hotel. Mayor Leon Rose.
'r of Surfside. will be installing
fficer In charge oi arrangements
s Mrs Betty Surkin.
Dr. Epley is Named
Dr. Dean G. Epley. of Memphis
State College, will be the new
chairman of the Human Relations
Department at the University of
Miami. He was appointed by Pres-
ident Jay F. W. Pearson to take
the place of Dr. Miller A F. Ritch
ie who resigned to become Presi-
dent of Hartwick College. Dr. Ep-
ley will assume his duties
September.
WARMING
CALL
OTrO THI OHKIH MAN
FREE INSPECTION
next
Moon. Monroe M. Myers, as Tom
Moody, fills the cast of leading
role* Myers was last seen here
in 'Poppa."
Important supporting roles are
taken by Lou Tanner, as Fuselli,
the gambler; Rube Idols, as Roxy,
the fight club owner; Mort Levine,
as Siggie; Helen Gorstenfeld as
Anna: Joe Levine as Mr. Carp; and
Charles Schussler, as Tokio.
The cast is completed with Bud-
dy Halport. John Roth, Mort Po-
dell. Bill Rafkind and Ed Fold-
stein.
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in the cherished tradition of Jewish a,iJ' ^y|
the 1954 summer season on* ^"^"nr. wjj,
June 22 and will remain open
until Labor Day.
, Mr. Rosner. in taaking this an-
nouncement, said., 'DurinK the ho-
lers tremendously successful pri,
clear pno|; Z S]
For th.
pn*r o sail.,,
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mier season th
past winter, my
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from the north
expressed t h e
desire to enjoy
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in the elegance
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than the usual
type of summer
vacation. uivid Rosner
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a great number of Southeast Flor-
ida and Greater Miami residents
who will want to take advantage of
this terrific vacation opportunity.
A Sterling vacation means no tire-
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pense; the businessman can com
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the women of the family will find
the Sterling within easy reach of:
the finest Miami Beach shops
"Never before has there been a ny and D.' .
superb hotel such as this on Miami Mr Itnsn.r u n
Beach in the summertime. lend.nK
a 'holiday' atmosphere to the clas-
sic dignity of hallowed tradition,"
Mr. Rosner added.
Located at Sixty-seventh St. and
Collins Ave., the Sterling offers a
host 'if attractions to make the
guest's visit one he'll remember
for a long time.
He can enjoy a sandwich in the
poolside Dairy Snack Bar entire-
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relaxation in his completely air-
conditioned, spacious rooms.
A popular diversion is the Ster
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just another facet in |ie hotel's
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I may 21. 1954
000 Mark for Development Issue
lases May be Announced Saturday
^J**!si>ncrMan
inued from Paga A
ha.sed a minimum of $1,-
eW Israel Bonds.
Lntc Selig. chairman of
Vn\ Division, revealed
p arc close to 60 members
tier organization,
ling Israel's sixth anniver-
fcr reported that "Israel
tided steps toward attain-
I economic self-sufficiency
Its sixth year of indepen-
David Groups
Installation
] David Sisterhood, Men's
id PTA will install their
tected officers and Board
tors at an annual installa
Incr on Sunday evening,
| 6:30 p.m., at the Di Lido
, Bandel, Miami attorney,
Kail lhe newly elected of-
Max Shapiro will be master
ponies, and Mrs. Maurice
Is will give the invocation.
gram will include vocal se-
by Cantor Maurice Mam-
Id Harold Berney, with pi-
fynpaniment by Mrs. Harold
Max Shapiro, spiritual
[will be guest speaker.
lairmen of arrangements
ervations for the affair are
dames Samuel Dickson,
banes. Sam Levitan and Mr.
I Safer The committee also
i the Mesdames Harry Lauf-
Zuckerman and Herman
elected PTA officers are
sdames Bernard Schreidell,
rt: Max Handshu. vice pres-
[Robert Nedbor, recording
Edward Gordon, corre
^g secretary; and Nathan
treasurer,
of Directors are the Mes
iL-idor Bakst, Harold Berney,
Ibnd, Ralph Bogish. Ernest
Iff, Michael Covin, George
(ax Jacobson, Albert E. Le-
lerome Stern and William
pan.
h Club includes Max Jacob-
fesident; Edward Safer, 1st
esident Robert Purisch, 2nd
?resident; Sherman Tobin,
ft; and Irving Rosen, trea-
I of Directors are Philip Ab-
rHorris Atkins, Louie Bandel,
Baum, Ted Bramson, Mich-
Ivin, Milton Friedman, Her-
[rame. Jerome Jackson, Sam-
ktloff.
Ion Perry, Louis Rosenson,
pi Schreidell, Mitchel Shapo,
1 Shor. Charles Spingarn and
Veils,
dence by hastening its transition
from a predominantly importing
economy to that of a growing ex-
porter.
"Chiefly as a result of the funds
made available through Israel
Bond investments, the young re-
public was able to expand both in-
dustry and agriculture for produc-
tion of many new items and for
sharp increases in production of a
score of items over the previous
year."
Sher stated that whereas a year
ago Israel was unable to meet its
home needs in the case of many
products, the advances made since
then find Israel todi-.y no longer re-
quired to import fertilizers, ce-
ment, tires, cars, electrical motors,
transformers, wire, radios, clocks,
typewriters, pencils, drugs, chemi-1
cals, starch and other items.
He revealed that close to 500
members of the Miami Jewish com-
munity are expected to attend
Saturday night's dinner at West-
view Country Club.
"We plan to send Israel the best
of all birthday wishesin the form
of investment capital so vitally re-
quired by the country for its eco- j
nomic progress," he declared.
PAGE 3 A
Studying plans for Israel's sixth anniversary dinner at West-
view Country Club Saturday are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, well-
known resort operator; Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the
Women's Division. State of Israel Bond Organization; and
Mrs. Sam Lipton. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher will be hosts to
Guardians of Israel at the dinner.
Biltmore Playhouse Tops Attendance
Records; Kay Francis in Rehearsal
The Biltmore Playhouse is rapid-, "It is encouraging to see the
ly becoming known as the "Play- theatre goers of Greater Miami sup-
'" as producer Sam '
Mr
Will be Presented
lialeah Center
kntation of a Torah by Mr.
bmenficlcl in memory of his
iMilka. will take place at
p-Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
Sunday evening. May 23,
Jan,
fntaia written by Rabbi Har
Ettinger will be presented
I the evening. Rabbi Ettinger
I assisted by Cantor Abra-
f of Miami Beach.
PKnfield has also donated
Herlinj- Silver crowns for the
yf ,:-. -X' '''
These two decorations will be
awarded special purchasers
oi Development Issue Bonds
at the dinner for charter mem-
bers of Guardians oi Israel
slated for the Westview
Country Club Saturday. Top
is a Rosette for Trustees of
Israel those who invest a
minimum of $10,000 in new
Israel Bonds. The lapel ba-
rette in blue and white is
awarded Guardians those
who invest a minimum of
$1,000 in Development Issue
Bonds.
Can of Food is Admission
For Film Feature Shows
A can of food will be the admis-
sion charge to an hour and a half of
movies, including a full length
film, a comedy and a travelogue.
The Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Aux-
iliary, planning a huge bazaar for
the earlv f 'II. are making sure that
the canned goods booth will be
amply stocked. Proceeds are for the
now Sunday School building.
Sunday evening. May 30. and
Monday evening. M iy 31, 6:30 p.m.,
are the dates of the film showings
at the Monticello Park Jewish Com-
munity Center, N.E. 164th st. and
11th ave.
house of Stars
Hirsch continues to bring to Miami
the top names in the entertain-
ment field. The latest star to sign
for a two-week engagement at the
Biltmore is Miss Kay Francis.
The star of stage and screen will
be featured in Somerset Maugham
and Guy Bolton's three-act comedy,
"Theatre." which opens Tuesday
night. May 25, and runs through
June 6.
Hirscn, a lormer University of
Miami drama professor, converted
the Wometco movie house into a
legitimate theatre and opened with
Sylvia Sidney in "O' Mistress Mine"
on April 24.
With attendance increasing each
night, Hirsch signed Mary Astor
in "Private Lives," which runs
through Sunday night. The show,
featuring Miss Astor and Rex
O'Mallcy. is shattering all attend-
ance records established by "O'
Mistress Mine."
port our shows. It proves my the-
ory that if you give the public top
shows with top talent, the people
will support the theatre. For this
reason I will continue to bring
Broadway stars in Broadway plays
here throughout the summer,"
Hirsch said.
Although she has been touring
the country in "Theatre" for the
past 25 weeks. Miss Francis arrived
here early this week to start re-
hearsal for the third stage presen-
tation at the Biltmore
Dennis Allen, who directed the
original production of "Theatre,"
will play the male lead in the local
presentation. Mr. Allen has also
been touring the country in the
Maugham-Bolton comedy.
The Biltmore features shows
nightly at 8:30 p.m., except Mon-
day, with matinees on Saturday
and Sundays. The theater is at 151
NE 40th st.
Group Seeks Added
Support of Hebrew
University in Israel
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb. of
800 Jel-onimo dr., Coral Gables,
were hosts at their home on Sat-
urday evening to some 100 persons
who attended a meeting of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
Co-chairmen were Mrs. Max Do-
brin, Harry Simonhoff and Sam
Sapiro. Mrs. Dobrin acted as mod-
erator in a discussion of "Art and
Education in Israel."
Participants included Herbert
Shapiro, Miami attorney; Eugene
Massine, instructor in art at the
University of Miami and currently
exhibiting a one-man show at Mi-
ami Beach Art Gallery; and Rob-
ert Strassburg, musicologist.
Mrs. David Drucker, local so-
prano, was accompanied by Strass-
burg in a program of Israeli songs.
Included among persons present
at the Gotlieb home were promi-
nent teachers, musicians and [ac-
uity members at the U of M.
Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy was named
co-chairman of menfbership for the
local chapter of American Friends
of the Hebrew University, accord-
ing to an announcement this week
by Mrs. Oida Rubin, president. Mrs.
Rubin said that the Saturday meet-
ing resulted in the added enroll-
ment of additional members to the
chapter.
Also announced was the granting
of gifts here for the purpose of
sponsoring scholarships to Hebrew
University in Israel, as well as for
the purchase of scientific equip-
ment and books. Named in this
project were David Provus, Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger and Mrs. Sy Rob-
ins, of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Hostesses assisting Mrs. Gotlieb
were the Mesdames David Provus,
Sam Sapiro, S. Katzin, Jennie Gros-
singer, Esther Cohen, Daniel Ham-
mond and Joseph Shawmut.
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Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami It, Florida
Entered a aacond-clan matter July 4, 1930, at the Pott
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and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
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Volume 28
Friday. May 21, 1954
Iyar 18, 5714
Number 21
U.S. Impartiality Guns for
Arabs, Friendship for Israel
Peace in the Middle East, lor the benefit of the War of Liberation. Without such a natural
THE JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUR
ten days ago was a treat to attend. There : """^^
Israel, her neighbors and the world, "is a major
objective of United States foreign policy." At-
torney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., told the
American-Israel Society meeting to mark the
Jewish State's sixth anniversary of independ-
ence in the nation's capital last week.
ou
itgrowth the final fruition of a 2.000-year-long
vision and the lives lost on a battlefield, neither
wanted nor chosen by Jewry, are both en-
dangered.
Israel Bonds represent an answer to the pit-
falls in the achievement of this independence.
This desire to achieve and maintain peace in Through the funds loaned to the Jewish State
the Middle East is particularly true so far as from the first issue, major industries have been
Israel is concerned since, it seems to us, with- brought to the infant republic. Automobiles as-
out peace the people of the Jewish State must sembled in Israeli factories ride the roads of
and thoughtful about thera This year" i V'*'5'' *
affair particularly interesting. A MriJ ,nd *?
symbolic thrusts and parr.es pa^dVf.L ''""i
Bureau is eonvinced of the Med locally ZT* '
program. Judging by the strides j, ha, be* JS*31
selling, as well-as with its recently unu^edt^
partment. one can see cogent reasons for arL, '0M|
rectunmendation. ""epung serif*!
To)**]
continue to postpone their hope for economic
independence.
We have lime and again indicated in these
columns that Israel's economic independence
must be regarded as a natural outgrowth of
the political freedom accorded it as a result of
United Nations partition and solidified during
i o 111 in 11 n h > .Support*
The American Association of English-Jewish
Newspaper Publishers met last week in annual
convention at Washington, D.C.
Among other things, the association took
stock of its accomplishments during the pre-
ceding year. We feel that a significant obser-
vation was made in a message sent to the con-
vention by Philip M. Klutznick, president of
B'nai B'rith.
Klutznick remarked upon his pieviously criti-
cal attitude toward the extent and character of
the coverage of the English-Jewish press.
But he also pinpointed his criticism of the
community which does not awaken to make
the English-Jewish press reach the calibre, the
standard and the extent of usefulness that the
hours demand.
Europe and the Scandinavian countries. And
the tires on which they roll are also "Made in
Israel."
This is a significant accomplishment for a
nation which received its independence only
six years ago. But the accomplishment is even
more impressive when one considers the in-
dustrial progress made in mineral and chemical
manufacture, electrical products, medical and
scientific articles and agriculture produce. All
this means more purchasing power for the
Israeli citizen, less that he must buy from
abroad.
And all this is by way of highlighting an
afiair scheduled for Westview Country Club on
Saturday evening, when Guardians of Israel,
purchasers of the new Development Issue
Bonds in amounts of SI,000 or more, will be din-
ner guests of Jacob Sher, chairman of Greater
Miami's bond organization. Those present will
be able to count themselves as "guardians" in
the truest sense of the word.
We anticipate that their ranks will swell from
among those who have not yet tasted the joy
We woulrT h w= ilw, I, u f 8Peedin9 Israel on i,s WY toward economic
We woulcTbe less than humble in the under- and industrial independence through the pur-
standing of our function U we did not agree chase of Israel Bonds P
with the B'nai B'rith president that there remains
much for us to do. The hiatus is significant be-
tween the goal we have set for ourselves in 'ijj&i6tt1SttgJ?-?rJJ***'-
the matter of keeping the community informed
and the level of efficiency we have reached.
This disparity between purpose and achieve-
ment is our constant guide. We refer to it,
measure it in terms of our immediate needs
and our long range ambitions and hope fca|
we are making some measure of fair progress
over the years.
But we are also happy to note the pertinence
of Mr. Klutznick's observation so far as the
community's responsibility toward the English-
Jewish press is concerned. Without its support,
purpose and achievement become more and
more irreconcilable; no matter how high we
may have set our sights, we must inevitably
feel the limitation of apathy.
When communal and organizational leaders,
as the B'nai B'rith president remarked in his
message, will recognize how indispensable "a
great press is to a live and virile Jewish com-
munity," the task we have assumed will be
made that much easier.
....v > iiiuu executive dirwt,
suggestion than what is observed at firs. E|,nf
Jewish Social Service Bureau has been callina !""**!
for such a program here since the earlj lMO's i"!
at the annual meeting, as I saw it, was desinJn!!!3
"on the spot." What Comanor said was tha,ITaZ
Jewish communities in the nation, stands alone m 3
ment some sort of child placement program and Si?}
complexities inherent in its current operations m de i,
possible for JSSB any longer to regard foster care,
agency's own problem. *'
It was not that the Bureau suddenly changed its ^
has grown weary of waiting for the implementation ofTJ.
tion made years back. JSSB now suggests that Federal,*.
some of its own leaders, settle down to a study of then
a subsequent report be made on the need for such j.
Further to insure positive suggestions this regard tan
licly announced its willingness to conform to any (ufa.
might reveal on who shall direct a Jewish child placen*l
should need for one be found in Miami This mean^thtj
of it. JSSB is perfectly satisfied to see foster care under ih
of an agency service other than its own if the findings soi
long as implementation of its initial recommendation
forthcoming.
e
I AM INCLINED TO FEEL SOME slight degree of i
both the final validity of this sort of approach and 'he4.
here manifests. But it can hardly be denied that the stept
Jewish Social Service Bureau is an effective one. (or 1
community now finds a problem tossed into its lap with<
have to cope. There is no longer the possibility of mk_
by "pocket veto." If the general approach to the need fort
previously involved the vague feeling that Miami Jewry"si
selling service was "somehow" attempting to come upwi
and the vaguer hope that poor planning was somehow"
ltd, JSSB has now effectively squelched the illusion thati
was, indeed, being done.
The agency thus cleaned its own house of an admissibly
problem within its present limitations, pulled the support(.
under what it considers an erring community and now (oral
light of attention on that same problem but in a new miaul
ner in which this move was executed reminded meoftkti
duel to which I previously referred. The swordmao's alluML
ther strengthened by the initial opposition*to this late>tJSfl
mendation, when one of our very prominent citizens deniedtkf
of the Jewish Social Service Bureaus latest stand.
Essentially, the opposing voice differed with the age
MM to give up its jurisdiction over a child placement p
findings would deem it necessary, insisting that no valid i
be made between family counselling and foster care .
was hardly strong enough to overcome the initial JSSBthrtM
community at large. It passed as an amendment to the ami
recommendation, committing the agency to a less fla**
maneuverability and thus underscoring the prominent
ductory remark that he was no stranger to the social set-
But it left JSSB to reply' in kind. Its leaders mi*
separation between family counselling and foster care \
times advisable, indeed, that some services are oriented in
to the detriment of the other. Miami's Jewish Social f"
they might argue,- is a case in point. There, family c
vocational guidance, frequently interacting, have caught *
the community. The result has been, they might finally P"**
those calling for a Jewish child placement program M
IMO's find prejudicial social service attitudes consistently'
their recommendations and that JSSB was now returning *
to the community for no other reason. It is as yet.d^j*'J
what the Bureau's decreased maneuverability in tn
to the suggested study.
Dalles Denies Weakening in I
I.S. Relations: Bvroade IIH* -
" _______haia in COW
JT-4.J
Continued from Pas* 1 A
withstand any Arab attack, even if
the Arabs are armed by the United
States.
Mr. Lavon declared that there
was a "positive" aspect to the re-
cent speeches of Assistant Secre-
tary of State Henry Byroade
"we know exactly where we stand."
He added that Israel "will not al-
low Jewish blood to be oil on prop-
aganda machinery of any kind,
whether Socialist, anti-Communist
or any other. We are a democratic
state and regime in the sense that
we will fight for our freedom."
Assistant Secretary of State Hen-
ry A. Byroade denied meanwhile
in Istanbul that he had urged Is-
rael to limit its immigration. Mr.
Byroade made this denial at a press
conference held in <*
the meeting here of
voys to the Middle U
Mr Byroade,
the parley, in'Wedth'11
statement in ***
caused a furor in W
UnJtPd States- d(W,
interpreted. He
merely pointed 0ut
that mass imm'STi""
>y cnded JS*i
found a w*> M
of UrseU terntoru der the pressure ol
population.
Commenting on *
.*
rael-Arab '"**.
charged that the m
recently ^^
activities m the r


IY 21. 1954
*kM nark/Ian
Leaders
to Top
ial Posts
Vimost 400 Jewish
j,. |, rs from 102 cities
(,l. i nited States and
been appointed to 11
mi t tees of the Coun-
Federation! and Wel-
|it u.i- announced here
eemaii. of Indianapolis.
Kdent.
,. ol the committees.
Ljt\ leaders, both yplun-
lj[eional, are helping
1,1 iiu policies and pro-
Rated by the CJFWF
tmblv in all areas of
activity national af-
nnj|\ organization, cam-
fcdgeting, health .ind
bning, special overseas
women's activities.
kum Miami are M. C.
{ocia! Planning; Charles
h. i ampaign and Com-
Epretation; Sidney Lef-
,.| Si n ni's; Mrs. Stan-
C,.,. Social Planning;
|Mw:- i (immunity Or-
National-Loeal Rela-
M and Finance and Wil-
>der Memorial Award;
li.M-r. Xaiional-Local Re-
..laiiiin B. Rosenberg,
Organization and Re-
ce. Ili'ibert Scher. Re-
vices; Fred Shochet,
Lnd I oinmunity Interp
pii.l Harold Thurman,
1 Organization.
ncil ol Jewish Federa-
lelfaiv Funds is the na-
tation i>1 central Jewish
organizations serving
Un:'. throughout the
fces and Canada* 1'he
i as their instrument in
i national problems and
pg central services in
budgeting, social
ommunity organizations
nunitv interpretation.
pencil", of the Council
I raise the bulk of all
for Jewish welfare pur-
bme and abroad.
PAGE 5 A
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H Seven B'nai B'rith
Inization director, group
Dgram and associate di-
umnu'r camps and group
jeounselor, will direct
Stars Teen Age Vil-
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mWKSK CLAUSE RESTORED III JIMS DEAL
Continued from Pag* 1 a
questions he put to the Depart-
ment concerning the Iraq arms
problem.
The State Department told Rep
Javits that "should there be devel-
opments in the Near East showing
that the policies of any govern-
ment in that area receiving our
military aid are no longer based
on consideration of legitimate self
interest, the United Slates Govern-
Flagler Production Slates
Final Presentation
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center's latest musical review,
"Rocket-Bye-Baby," opened last
weekend and was well attended by
a receptive audience. The show,
a fast moving comedy, was written,
directed and produced by members
of the Center.
The curtain will rise at 8:40 p.m.
on Saturday. May 22. for the final
presentation of the show. Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center
is located at 50 NW 51st pi.
Shochet Heads
Publishers1 Group
Continued from Page 1 A
eral Simon Sobeloff. Rep. Jacob K.
Javits, chairman Arthur Burns, of
the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers, Julius N. Cahn,
counsel for the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee, and other gov-
ernment leaders.
A message from President Eisen-
hower lauded the members of the
Association for "zealously" guard-
ing the civil, political and religious
rights of the American people.
Other officers elected at the con-
vention include Jack Fishbein, of
Chicago, I-eo H. Frisch. Minneapo-
lis, and Albert W. Golomb. Pitts-
burgh, vice presidents; A. Slabot.
New Orleans, treasurer; Adolph
Rosenberg. Atlanta, secretary; and
Mrs. M. Milton Singer, Atlantic
City, corresponding secretary.
pchatzman (center), member of the Board of Directors
Pie Emanu-El, accept a plaque in appreciation of his
fno, service to the Temple during the past six years.
Pque was presented by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and, in
nce of Samuel Friedland. president of the congrega-
. Joseph M. Rose, honorary life president, at a special
loeudos held last sabbath in Schutzman's honor.
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""i only its aid program, but its
basic policy toward the countries
concerned."
Asked by Rep. Javits how the
amis grant would affect the tri-
partite declaration of 1950 to pre-
serve the integrity of Arab-Israel
borders, the Department replied
that it does not consider that the
arms grant to Iraq in any way af-
licts the tripartite declaration.
Reflecting the growing opposi-
Household Tax is
'Losing Money*
Herrell Charges
Tagging the county's present
household tax a "losing proposi-
tion." Mayor W. C. "Cliff" Herrell,
of Miami Springs, who is also pres-
ident of the Dade County League
of municipalities, urged its remov-
al from the statutes.
"Actually, it is costing the tax-
payers more money to have the
tax collected," explained Herrell,
"than the total amount of money
paid in taxes."
Herrell, a candidate for the
State Legislature, Group 3, cited
the repeated recommendations of
the National and State Association
of Tax Assessors that the House-
hold Personal Property Tax be dis-
continued because it is an "im-
practical levy."
Talking before a group of 450
Northwest Dade residents at a po-
litical meeting in Triangle Park.
Hialeah. Monday night, Herrell re-
vealed that, while only 14 people
work full time in the Dade County
real property assessment division,
sending out and collecting bills on
assessments worth $150,000,000. as
many as 40 more employees spend
the major portion of their time on
household personal property tax
collection that produces only
S350.0O0.
"Of the half-million tax bills sent
out each year by our local county
tax assessor. 225.000 of them are
household tax bills. Because of
the usual $500 exemption, a great
number of these bills are for
15 to 20 cents, to 10 or 15 dollars,"
said Herrell.
"This year. 29.000 of these bills
were delinquent, and the records
show that at least half of these are
not going to be paid because of
the people moving away, the prop-
erty being disposed of or dozens
of other reasons.
"It is estimated that each delin-
quent account costs the taxpayers
an average of $6 to collect, so it is
obvious how impractical and un-
sound this tax has proven."
tion in Britain to American arming
of the Arab states, two leading
British newspapers The Times
ot London and the Manchester
Guardian published editorials
this week expressing concern over
the United States decision to ship
arms to Iraq.
The Times asserted that the
American decision "has led the
Arab states to think that Israel
can no longer reckon on American
support. In this they are no doubt
completely mistaken, but the effect
has been to encourage them to rally
behind Jordan in her dispute with
Israel."
The editorial warned that the
"prevailing mood in Israel is dan-
gerous," following Assistant Secre-
tary of State Henry Byroade's re-
cent speeches, "because it may
harden into desperation."
The Manchester Guardian called
upon the United States not to sup-
I ply arms to Iraq without strings
I attached, one of which should be
the conclusion of a formal peace
| with Israel. Israel's case against
the supply of arms to Iraq "has
not been overstated," the news-
paper declared. It noted that at
this moment, the Arab states in-
cluding Iraq are still defying the
United Nations Security Council by
refusing to honor the terms of their
armistice agreements with Israel.
Rabbi Shapiro is Guest
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest
speaker on Simon Seiden's Jewish
Forum of the Air, Sunday, May 23,
10:30 a.m., over station WMIE.
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Barbara Pallot to
Wed in Fall Rites
The engagement of Barbara Pal-
lot to Howard M. Katzen is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Pallot.
5G70 Alton rd Miami Beach.
The future bridegroom is the
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Katzen.
1543 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach.
The couple first met while at-
tending Miami Beach High School,
^ where they graduated.
Miss Pallot wa> a student at the
University f Alabama, where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority, secretary of Panhel-
If.nic Council and a member of
Triangle, an honorary service or-
ganization.
.-he is now attending the I'nivcr-
tity ot .Miami and i-> an officer of
sororit)
Mr. Katzen is also attending t lie
University of Miami and is in the
School of Businc Administration.
ward is affiliated with Pi Lamb-
. Phi fraternity, lie is an officer
I won the Omega Eta Awurd. ,
Ht was a member of Interfrater-
\ Council.
A winter wedding is being plan-
I
personally
speaking
Ir and Mrs Louis Block, oi
1648 BW 7th it., have as their house
. esl Mrs Charles Minowiti A
mcr Miamian f'>r 20 years, she
w resides in New York she is
-<> being entertained by her
Ighter and sun in law, Mr and
- Charles Blau, and grandson
icr> Mrs Mm.iwit/ will !
Several week-,
Miss tmrkara Pallet
Mrs. Schwartz New President
Of Beth El Sisterhood
Mrs Allen Shaw, Montgomery,
,\ '.i.. and daughter, Synthia are
ending three weeks at the home
her father, Milton Hal-am North
M ami Beach Mr Shaw i- ,i ser
nt in the United States Air
rev and will join hi- famil) at
nning of June
Saal Opens Office
' I Lester Saal thi- week an
t jnced the opening oi his offices
the general practice of law in
412 Biscayne Building, 19 West
agler si Miami Saal i- a mem
: the Florida and New York
- te Bar.
Dora August Memorial Hall will
I be the site for the installation of
I new officers of Congregation Beth
I El Sisterhood on Tuesdaj evening,
May 25. at 8 p.m.
Mrs, Kmanuel Karger will be in-
stallin.i; officer. Newly elected pres
ident ol the women's organization
i- Mrs Kugene Schwartz.
Others named to office include
the Me-lames M,\ Rappaport, first
vice president; Al Zisman. second
vice president; Mary Hirschorn,
treasurer: Maurice Wcger. finan-
cial secretary; Sam Philips, record
ing secretary: William Swimmer,
corresponding >ecretar\; and S. T.
Swirsky, chaplain.
Board members are the Mcs-
dames Gladys Bruckner. A Orccn
': Kidgen, S Jacobson. M
Jay, i. Kaplan B Miller \ Pep-
lr. R Potash. I) Singer. A Rosen-
i B Sakowit/. P.. Schlussler. .1.
Kahn. E, Kargei. .1 Solinger M
Liebman, S Sckhaus, S Siegal, S.
Zeitlin and S. Kedhck.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be
principal -peaker at the installa-
tion affair Mrs Swirakj will give
the invocation.
Miss Barbara Levy
Plans Fall Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levy, of 518
Catalonia ave.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara, t > Herbert Loft.
son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Loft, of
New York and Miami Beach.
Miss Levy, a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, is a past presi-
dent of Hi Mel B'nai B"rith Girls
and was presented with an honor
ary lifetime membership in B'nai
B'rilh She is a sophomore at the
University of Miami, where she is
treasurer of Delta Phi Epsilon Sor-
ority, a member of Alpha Lambda
Delta, freshman women's honorary,
.and a member of Future Teachers
of America.
The bride elect received a Dade
County Scholarship and has been
tin the Dean's List for her out-
standing scholastic average each
semester since entering the U of M.
Miss Levy has been a member of
the Sunday School faculty of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center for the
past five years and also a teacher
in the Hebrew School.
Mr. Loft attended New York
University and graduated from St.
John's University in 1948. with a
degree in accounting. He served
two >ears in the United States Air
Force. He is "now president of the
Loft Paint Supply Company of New
York.
The couple are planning a fall
wedding.
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Jaffees Announce
Sue's Betrothal
Two former Miami Beach High
School students. Sue Jaffee and
Fred Diamond, will be wed on Julv
25.
Their engagement is announced
by the bride-elect's parents. Mr.
and Mrs Harry A Jaffee. 1610 Mer-
idian ave.
Mis* jffoe attended the Uni-
versity of Miami Her fiance is the
a on oi Mi and Mrs Louis Beller
1255 SW 16th st
He was a student at the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he belonged
U> Z.-ta Beta Tau, insurance so-
ciety, and Delta Sigma Pi. honor-
ary business fraternity.
Mil* I haptcr
I'L-iiik Festival
Next fund raising event of the
Greater Miami Auxiliary Jewish
! Consumptives' Relief Society is the
i spring festival to be held on Sun
day evening. May 23. at Hibiscus
Lodge.
Among features will be the show
I mg of the latest in spring and sum-
j mer fashions shown by Ruth's Fash
( ions. Inc 1461 Collins ave.
Refreshments will be served by
| Mrs. Maurey Poncher. Mrs Samuel
Schainberg and their committee.
Proceeds of the event will be
used for tubercular patients con
fined in local tubercular wards, as
well as for those confined in the
tree non sectarian sanitorium in
J>pivak. Colorado, which specializes
in treatment of tuberculosis and
other diseases of the chest
The loc,, group ,s -n anxm
of the sanitorium. Mrs Henrietta
schoenfeld is president
Mrs Jerry Poncher. chairman,
announces that tickets for this
event may be obtained by contact
">g her committee.
Djanold Goche Bar
Mitzvah on Beach
Djanold Gache, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Gache, of San Marino
Island, and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Goldman, all of Miami
Beach, was Bar Mitzvah Saturday-
morning, May I, at Beth Israel Con
gregation. 40th st. and Sheridan
ave.
Djanold is a graduation student
in junior high school.
After the Bar Mitzvah ceremon
ies. kiddush was served. A catered
affair was held at the summer
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Gache
on Sunday. Among guests were
many of Djanold's young friends,
as well as officers and members of
Beth Israel-Congregation.
Mr. Goldman, Djanold's grand
father, was one of the first mem-
bers of Beth Israel Congregation
and a former Gabai of Rneeeth
Israel Congregation.
N'iss MnJstwne
J^M'rtielApS^y
The ceremnn,,,,^
Fl Temple oi & tV***-
".age by bsr'iS
w"r, a full lenguTiZ
^'e.delu3gfi
Riht Car?d "^
mother carried af
ding
The groom's sister |_
'-" as matron ot hod
Hired in a ballerin,
"-in taffeta gown,,
colonial bouquet oi
tions and yellow ten
Bridesmaids. Miss
Woskin and Mrs. irri
wore ballerina len;
taffeta gowns and
bouquets of pink a
red roses.
Miss Carol Betty
cousin of the groom,
bridesmaid, wearing i
gown over satin. Her I
a colonial nosegay of pjl
I tions and red roses.
Best man for Mr. Ap,
j Burns Millstone, brotkf]
; bride Groomsmen indsi
I Lite and David Librarb.
The bride's mother a,
lace and tulle over satal
. groom's mother was attorn
, lave over satin. Both ana]
1 orchids.
A reception followed 1
I ding ceremony in the la
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Carl Workman Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Carl B. Workman, son of Mrs.
Thelma Workman, 1521 Meridian
ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. May 22.
at Temple Fmanu-FI.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader, will officiate
An eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High School. Carl |eKh for the DROMCBAVf
attends the Religious School of -jrj.jfg wits ttt kHSV
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Attend Bar
,h Reception
mold Sheir
Tm Sheir will become Bar
Saturday morning. May
services of Beth David
\ Rabbi Max Shapiro and
laurice Mamches will offi-
s the son of Mr. and
r K Sheir, 2430 SW 21st
ar Mil/vah attends Beth
ligious School and belongs
Schwartzman Attends
Educational Conference
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
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PACE 7 A
Mrs. Spector to be
Installed President
Serving her second term, Mrs
Bernard Spector will be installed
Education, this week represented t* *" of the Sigma Delta
Greater Miami at a conference of' tII" Alumn,ae League on Saturday.
Education in Philadelphia. I at 12:30 p.m.
Schwartzman chaired the es-> Installing officer, Mrs. Morton
ion, '[Toward the Improvement of Grant national president of Sig
Toadsing Jewish Social Studies." ma Del,a T" sorority.
Also included on the aeenda 0,her new uiifcers are the Mes-
Mrs. Taran to be
Installed President
Of Deborah Group
Mrs. S. H. Taran, who succeeds
Mrs. H. Gutman. will be installed
as president of the Deborah Group
of Hadassah at a luncheon on May
26, 12:30 p.m., the Algiers Hotel.
Other officers includes the Mes-
agenda
were discussions of parent-teacher
associations, functions and scope of
Jewish educational boards and
dames Harold Rubin, first vice
president: Freda Harris, second
vice president: Marvin Meitus,
business and executive sessions in record'n8 secretary; Henry Gagg-
which Schwartzman, who is an exe- s,atter> corresponding secretary;
cutive member of the
Council, participated.
National
Segal Talks
Bernard Segal, special agent of
the New York Life Insurance Com-
pany associated with the Miami
District Office, attended the
company's Star Club meeting last
weekend at Pinehurst, N.C. He was
scheduled to speak on the subject:
"Opportunities Today."
Paul Goldman, treasurer: and
Philip Spier, parliamentarian.
Final plans for the SDT biennial
convention, to be held at the Sea
Isle Hotel June 23-26, will be dis-
cussed at a business meeting fol-
lowing the installation.
Arnold M. Slltir
Soy Seoul Troop there. He
seventh grade student at
ioah Junior High School,"
be i- a member of the Cam-
Boy- Club.
eption in his honor will be
id\ i -.ening at Arnold's
|Some 125 persons are ex-
i attend The Bar Mitzvah's
Brent- are Mr. and Mrs. M.
Vest Palm Beach, and Mrs.
Witt. Worcester, Mass.
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P'jqh Saturday, May 30.
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Mount Sinai Women
Slate Fashion Show
Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital will act as hostesses
at a tea and fashion show on Fri-
day at the home of Mrs. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, 20 Star Island.
Those invited include the wives
of the Board of Trustees, as well
as wives of the physicians in the
Greater Miami area who will be
attending Mount Sinai's fourth an-
nual post graduate seminar.
The seminar is being sponsored
by Mount Sinai Hospital and will
be held at the Delano Hotel from
May 21 through 23, during which
time nine internationally distin-
guished physicians will lecture.
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz is chairman
for the Auxiliary lea. Goodman's
601 Lincoln Road, will present the
newest in fashions.
President's Sister Also
Named Chapter President
Mrs. Eleanor Baltuch, newly in-
stalled president of the North
Shore Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, announced this week that her
sister, Mrs. Myra Kay, of Brook-
lyn, N.Y., was also elected presi-
dent of her women's chapter there.
Membership coffee by B'nai
B'rith Women's North Shore. Chap-
ter will be held on Monday, May
24, 12:30 p.m., at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. .
Membership committee is head-
ed bv Mr?.. Gussie Schwarz and
Mrs. Lil Stein.
Mrs. Dena Feller, vice president
in charge of programming, will
present Mrs. Joseph Singer accom-
panying Hal Gordon in a musicale.
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The Bar Mitzvah of Alan H.
Traister, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Traister, 1262 Pennsyl-
vania ave., Miami Beach, will
be held on Saturday morn-
ing. May 22, at Temple
Emanu-El. R abbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Alan is a
seventh grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High School
and attends the Religious
School of Temple Emanu-El.
Awardt* Slated in
Till fiuttie School
Two cash.awards for outstanding
students in the School of Music
have been given to the University
of Miami by Dr. William Spiel-
berg, a member of the violin sec-
tion of the UM Symphony, accord-
ing to Dr. H. If Franklin Williams,
vice president and dean of stu-
dents.
A retired physician. Dr. Spiel-
berg is a resident of Coral Gables.
He is coordinator for the UM Music
Hour presented over WVCG during
the winter months. Now enroute
to Europe where he spends his
summers, he plans to visit Israel
this year.
To be given in June. 1955, the
two $50 awards will be presented
to the outstanding students of vio-
lin and 'cello in the graduating
ciass.
dames L. E. Lubin. David Levin-
son and Jerome Weitzman. vice
presidents: Sam Rubin, treasurer;
Harold Hornreich, financial secre-
tary: Erwin Harris, corresponding
secretary: Donald Taylor, record-
ing secretary; Michael Fischer, so-
cial secretary; and Isaac Fryd, par-
liamentarian.
Mrs. William Lee. vice president
in charfe of membership of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah. will be the installing officer.
Mrs Leo Tischler is luncheon chair-
man, with Mrs. Bernard Stevens in
charge of program.
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swim-dance and diving exhibition
at the Carib Motel on Sunday eve-
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is Bobbie Kaplan.
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Masons Name lessen
Deputy Grand Master
Miami attorney Ben Essen has
T>ech named District Deputy Grand
-ter of the 28th Masonic Dis
tri t Announcement of the ap-
ntmcrtt was made this week by
Thomas E. Taylor. Grand Master
, Masons of the state of Florida
The 28th District include* 14
ionic Lodges in the Miami. Mi
+Je*lstincr**an
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Collins Support
Gets Stronger Here,
Says Cypen
Support of Senator LeRo) Col-
I lins by the people ol Miami Beach
: and Dade County was gaining
nater and greater impetu-. Reach '
I chairman Irving Cypen told a with-
ring of Executive Committee
members at tbeir weekly luncheon
al the Royal Palm Hotel.
"The Senator1! record his plat
form and his mtagrtt) have iron
him many friends, and we confi-
dently look for an overwhelming
majority in the May 25 primary,"
Cypen reported Hi- opponent's
record ha- been bared to the cfli
UM and many of his first-time
support! I- are changing then .u
legiance."
A final brunch was schedule I foi
the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, May
2.'i. at 1(1 am. with an overflow
crowd expected. Prominent speak
t >
Friday
V
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i
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Btn tssen
Beach and North Miami areas,
--en is a Past Master (,[ Hi
cus Lodge, Miami Beach, and
been active in the order lor
nj years
He is a past president of Miami
ish Community Center, was
asurer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
th. an officer in the local Zi
-t Organization. Beth David
agogue and trustee of Hillel
ndation
SfvliK Hoard
Without PoUtivH
School Board devoid ol poll
bickering and selfish and
" BOmic ambitions is the aim of
Iiami minister who is a eandi
le in the May 23 school elections
'he lte\ Prank E Harlow, who
entlj retired after serving two
. 4orates in Greater Miami, said
hopes to bring unit) to the
ool Board, serving with the hon
e.-t intention of making unselfish
;isions individual!) and not In
ups
Ir Harlow, a candidate m Dis
t '*. said that while this is his
-t 'political race'' he doesn't
nt to think of it as -politic- "
I don't think politics shouhJ en
1tr into operation ol the school
tern." be declared \\,',. ve
reached a point in Dade County
Where the public including the
ti dChera have lost confidence in
School Board and school jyj.
U m. I want to help bring that con
ence back again."
wmmm
lyHiiiiiliil
Collector Earnest Overatreet, will
address the worker- and Collins
supporters In their closing trategy
meeting.
Mrs Louis Glasser, chairman of
the Women s Division of the Com
mittee to elect Collins, repotted
that manj women who actively sup
ported Brailey odham in the first
runofl have joined forces with the
Collins workers
Mrs Bessie Teitch one of Od-
ham key campaigners, has been
doing an outstanding job in the
weeks before the runofl to help in
the election of Senator Collins,"
Mrs Glaaaer stated.
A substantial group of represen-
tatives of the hotel industry of Mi-
ami Beach pledged their vigorous
support of the Collins candldac)
Bl a meeting this week at the Sans
Souci Hotel, while leaders of diver-
sified industries held a campaign
rally at the Algiers
For the return of clean, pro
' gressive government and intelli-
gent leadership in the years ahead.
I we believe Collins must be elect-
ed was the consensus expressed
b) realtor-, merchant- and others
Several hundred persons at a
South Shore rally for Collins at
Washington ave and 2nd st were
reminded that "il you did not vote
on Ma) 4. you still have the right
to vote on May 25 Don't !>e fooled
by those who tell you otherwise,"
Cypen informed his audience He
also enlightened them that "you
can change your vote to Collins il
you voted lor Johns the first time
Other speakers included I'hilip
Salmon. Daniel Broad, former pres-
ident of the Apartment Associa-
tion, and Morris Gold, its secre-
tary
. A packed neighborhood meeting
Saturday night tor Precinct 24
launched a series of < lolling rallies
which are directed b) Helen Alpert
! and Sam Kohrin
IjiJlllP5""
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, officers installed on. Sunday at the Biscavnp T
seated (left to right) Sanford Swerdlin. vice president; Stanley Caidin vice nT? "*
Rauzin. president; Joseph Rayvis. president elect; and Edward Roth monitoJ "\*V
to riqht) are Bernard Liberman, treasurer and trustee; Edward Klein financinl
ert Lewison. warden; Milton Sadoff. guardian; Alan Kessler, correspondina le9?10711
Schwartz, assistant warden; and Louis Gordon, trustee. Not shown are Dr M a vl
recording secretary; and Alex Douglis. Samuel Friedman and Bernard Kohn mi i *
speaker was Circuit Judge Stanley MUledge. who was introduced by Miami Mayo Abe
Vallum Points to [Goldbergs Mark
liword on Eve i.'Utli Anniversary
Of II ii noli Here
On the eve of the runoff prim-
ary next Monday. Judge Raymond
G Nathan called upon the voters
to look at his record of experience
as Judge of Dade County's smalt
claims court.
As his campaign to keep his post
as Judge of the new county court.
Judge Nathan said he is the only
candidate with lengthy legal ex-
perience and the only candidate
with any judicial experience.
Judge Nathan led in the May 4
primary by 14.000 votes over his
nearest opponent. He received a
total of over 34.000 votes.
A Dad- County resident for more
than 33 years. Judge Nathan is a
member of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. and has been active in com
munity affairs for a number of
yean
"I can pledge to continue serv-
ing the people as I have served
them this last year as judge of the
new court." Nathan said. "My aim
always is to treat everyone who
comes into my court with the same
courteous, fair and patient atten-
tivenesa that I have in the past
More than 26.000 pe.sons have
(dine before Judge Nathan in the
last yc;ir alone, and he has han
died over 8.800 cases on the calen-
dar.
Nat Shenkin and Mrs Josaii
ramson
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Goldberg. 3105 SW 24th St., helped
the couple celebrate their 34th
wedding anniversary at a surprise
party in their honor at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kitman. 2301
SW 24th ter.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg have liv-
ed in Miami for the past five years
and are formerly of Cleveland, O.
They have two sons and a daugh-
ter-in-law living here. A daughter.
Mrs. Joseph Marmar. resides injf
Toledo. They have four grand-'?
children. J
Mrs. Goldberg is president of the j1
Chesed Shel Emess and is also! ?
active in the Free Loan Associa
tion and the Goodwill Group.
Hostesses at the party were Mrs
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Form New Congregation
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Miami area, has been announced
this week First meeting of the con-
gregation was held on Wednesday
evening at Sunkist Playground In
charge of information is Mrs Stan-
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f, MAY 2LJ954
| Ceremonies
fed Sunday
ktone ceremony for the
fity of Miami's new Ilillel
|n main campus will be held
afternoon, May 23, at 4
|ite of the new house is
Leon blvd. and Miller
cipating in the ceremony
Dr. Ponald Michelson, di-
l0f the I'M Ilillel Founda-
\d Sidney Aronovitz. presi-
!lhr Ilillel Council of Great-
ni, who will extend greet-
Ltion will he by Rabbi Hen-
IJca, spiritual leader of
bade Jewish Center. The
will feature the Hillel
n a performance of "Shu
^ote address will be by Rab-
Bg Lehrman, spiritual leader
nplc Kmanu-El, with Hon.
Turk. Miami Beach city
nan, responding. Rabbi
hapiro. of Beth David Syna-
will place the stone. The
nil follow with a perform-
kf "Evven Ma Asuh,' from
llel liturgy.
bi Morris Skop, Coral Gables
i Center spiritual leader, will
1 the benediction.
lairing the afternoon cere-
ith Councilman Turk will
Juries Fruchtman, Miami
[and Toledo, O., civic leader
bilanlhropist. Assisting corn-
includes the Mesdames
Katz. Ida Optner, Bernard
an. Sidney Suss and Miss
ISimmonv
posing the building commit-
Jerome Adelman, Morris
I Stanley Caidin, Gil Rappa-
Ui Mr~ Matilda Ratner.
|l#f Uuif Camp
/is in Gabies
Morris A. Skop this week
|ncrd the opening of Hillel's
Holiday Summer Day Camp,
kys and girls from the ages
: to ll. at 108 Aragon, Coral
Skop -aid that the camp
Its a Jewish-orientated pro-
Personnel include "highly
and qualified councelors
feachcrs who fully understand
know the psychology of chil-
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PAGE 9 A
Pontmg to fine preparations be.ng made for the Sunday. May 23. cornerstone ceremonies
2J* w i! e TSe n 'he Universi,Y of Miami campus is Miami Beach Councilman Har-
old Turk (right). Looking on are (left to right) Milton Friedman. B'nai B'rith national youth com-
missioner; Sidney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel Advisory Council; Charles Fruchtman.
Miami Beach and Toledo. O.. communal leader and philanthropist; and Walter Kovner, Hillel
Advisory Council past president.
Concert at I^ear
Auditorium on 30th
Isela Gomez Rossi, acclaimed by
critics as one of the most brilliant
harpists on the concert stage to-,
day, is visiting Miami for a short i teod- ...
time prior to concerning in New' ther ficer
Mrs. Gerstenfeld Succeeds
Mrs. Sam Goodman at Gables
Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld succeeds
Mrs. Sam Goodman as president of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis-
i
York City.
She will join Arnold Simms,
basso-baritone in a concert at the
new Lear School Auditorium. 1010
West ave., on Sunday, May 30. 8:30
p.m., under the management of
Ruth Brotman.
Miss Rossi comes from a long
line of musicians. Her mother is
superintendent of music in the
schools in Havana. Her brother is
a concert flutist, and Miss Rossi
started to study piano at the age of
five.
After attaining success as a con-
cert pianist, she turned to studying
the Harp, and her musical abilities
have been praised by critics
throughout Latin American. She
held a recent private musicale at
the home of Mrs. Albert Pick.
Her program on May 30 will be
| "The Fountain." by Hasselmans,
I and compositions by Albeniz.
I Thomas, Grandjany and Godefroid.
Simms has sung leading operatic
roles in Aida, Rigoletto, II Trova-
tore. Carmen. Lucia and Barber of
Seville with the London Opera and
San Carlo Opera Companies and
has been concertizing this past
season in Miami.
Mrs. Albert Pick will accompany
him on the piano.
Simms was born in Brooklyn, in
1929. and received his education
in New York. His musical studies
for the past eight years have been
with Frank Lofoiese. who has sung
major basso roles in the leading
opera houses of Europe and Amer-
ica.
Mrs. Morris Skop
f' and will -give them an ac-
M summer program in the
Peal and creative arts with em-
Ps on the individual child to
Eop according to his own abili-
Skop has had many years
ampini; experience and is a
Known teacher and artist. A
I fay nursery and kindergarten
*" is also offered, she said.
" information may be ob-
F> at 3511 Riviera dr., Coral
Agudath Israel Sisterhood
A program is arranged for the
"Night of Stars" and dance spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute, to
be held on Sunday evening. May 23,
8 p.m.. at he Delano Hotel.
Irving Pietrack, composer and
band leader, will provide the dance
music and a floor show. Also ap-
pearing will be Judith Berezin. 15-
year-old protegee; Duke Leonard,
song writer and entertainer; Steve
Condos and Jimmy Byrns, famous-
dance team; and Art Greene, of
WKAT.
recently named
are the Mesdames Herbert Rose,
first vice president: Ben Trupkin.
second vice president; Sidney
Blumenfeld. recording secretary;
Al Reich, corresponding secretary:
Milton Rusinoff, assistant corre-
sponding secretary; William Bloom,
financial secretary.
The Mesdames Max Messer,
treasurer; Samuel Bloch, parlia-
mentarian: Sol Halpert, historian;
Sam Goodman, counselor; and Sam
Schulefand, Maurice Horwitz and
Morris Skop, honorary Board.
Malamud Again Heads
Private Schools Group
Harold R. Malamud was re-
elected president of the Private
Schools Association of Dade Coun-
ty at a meeting held here.
Others renamed to office include
D. P. Cameron, vice president; Es-
ther Shaver, secretary; and Sybil T.!
Mannheimer, treasurer.
Malamud said this week that a
meeting of all private schools in
Florida is planned for the coming
summer.
Installation of ofiicers will take
place at an annual dinner in the
fall.
Gooduill Group
Xumv.H Officers
Mrs. Jack Shapiro was elected
president of the Goodwill Group of
Greater Miami at its recent annual
election meeting.
Officers elected to serve with
her for the 1954-55 administration
are the Mesdames Marcella Silver,
first vice president; Eva Krohn,
second vice president; Gertrude
Covner, financial secretary; Au-
gusta Grossman, treasurer; Sam
Geltner, recording secretary; Mil-
dred Bobson, corresponding secre-
tary; and Lee Kripple, social secre-
tary.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Rebecca Castle. Eva Daniels,
Helene Dubbin. Ethel Johnson,
Esther Egherman, Sadie Sachs,
Yetta Stotsky and Jennie Wilchyk.
Also named were Mr. Nat Fields
and Mr. Isidore Schwartz.
Installation will take place in the
Fall. The organization's final reg-
ular meeting of the eason is sched-
uled for May 25, 12 p.m., at Trail
Lodge Knights of Pythias.
P Elected Chairman Of Welfare Board
|J B. Duff, of Miami, was
Plans for Summer
Are Discussed
"What Shall I Do With My Child
This Summer" was the topic of
discussion at a Hebrew Academy
Room Mothers' meeting scheduled
for Monday afternoon, May 17, dur-
ing a dessert luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722
Royal Palm ave.
Guest speakers at the meeting
were Mr. Jack Woody, director of
recreational activities at Flamingo
Park, and Mrs. Doris E. Young,
director of the young folks section
of the Miami Beach Public Library.
Mrs. Kogan introduced the par-
ticipants.
An additional feature of the
afternoon program was a film
of the Massad Camps in the Pocono
Mountains.
Mrs. Joseph Zemcl. library chair-
man, reported on the progress of
the Library Committee and the
plans for the acquisition of new
volumes.
9 V^"rman of the District
"Welfare Board of the State
Wment of Publlc Welfare, and
th Bari' of North Miami
was elected vice chairman
d suiar meeting of the District
o last week.
war? 1? rcsPn*>le for the
10 ^h Dade and Monroe
Counties, administering the three
programs of public assistance
which include old age assistance.
aid to the blind and aid to de-
pendent children.
Special child welfare services in-
clude foster home care, licensing
of commeicial boarding homes for
children and the study of inde-
pendent adoption petitions'for me
Circuit Court.
flower Exhibit
To be featured
A colorful display of native
American flowers flown here by
representatives of each state in the
nation will provide a special fea-
ture of the third annual Miami
Beach Home Show. May 25-30.
Staged at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, the exhibition is sponsored
by the Miami Beach Jaycees.
Mizrachi Women Plan
Sightseeing Cruise
Mizrachi Women of Miami
Beach will sponsor a moonlight
cruise on the sightseeing boat "Sev-
en Seas."
The excursion will be held on
Sunday, May 23, and will leave
Pier 8 of the City Yacht Basin at
5 p.m.
Proceeds from the affair will
benefit the orphaned children of
Israel.
Mrs. Rose Lustig is cnairman of
arrangements. Serving on her com-
mittee are Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs.
Samuel Grundwerg, Mrs. Joseph
Brenner and Mrs. Pauline Chill.
Doctors Hospital to
Service Nursing Course
The University of Miami and
Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gables
have just completed an agreement
by which the hospital will start the
basic clinical facilities for the four-
year program in nursing offered by
the university. This program leads
to a Bachelor of Science degree.
The location of the hospital, ad-
jacent to the campus of the uni-
versity, will make it possible for
nursing students to live in the reg-
ular dormitories and to have a nor-
mal program of collegiate activities
during the period of their hospital
training. Enrollment under this
plan is limited to students who
wish to secure a Bachelor's degree
in nursing.
Picnic Set Sunday
Annual picnic of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation will
be held at Crandon Park on Sun-
day, May 23, it has been announced
by Dave Kleber, cnairman of the
Board of Education. Edward Beck-
er is chairman of the affair.
Mrs. Sakrais Again
Named President
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah will hold the annual instal-
lation of its officers on Wednes-
day. May 26, 8 p.m.. at the Hi bi*
cus Lodge, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais will be
installed president for the second
consecutive year. Vice presidents
will be the Mesdames Jack Davis.
William I-ee, Irving Westin and
Moses Mescheloff.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Herbert G'.itman; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Oscar Sindell; financial
secretary, Mrs. Abe Greenberg;
treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Sugarman;
parliamentarian, Mrs. Moses Krieg-
er; auditor, Mrs. Harry Platoff
Program for the evening will
be in charge of Mrs. Mescheloff,
coordinator, who has written an
original candlelight ceremony, with
both musical and prose portions.
Soloists will be Mary Wynn and
Joseph Pardo.
Installing officers will be Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, recently elected
regional president, and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, regional vice president.
Both are past presidents of the
Greater Miaim Chapter of Hadas-
sah.
Also to be installed are some 30
chapter project coordinators. Pres-
idents of the 12 groups that make '
up over 3,000 members of the lo-
cal chapter will also be installed
as chanter vice presidents withjut
portfolio.
There will be a short business
meeting and presentation of pins
to outgoing group presidents.
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais
Three More
Rabbis Resign
Three more Greater Miami Rab-
bis tendered resignations to their
congregations, it was learned by
The Jewish Floridian this week.
As of press time, this newspaper
was unable to receive official
statements from the spiritual lead-
ers.
Included are Rabbis Moses Mes-
cheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation;
Harry Ettinger, Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Community Center;
and Louis Cassel, Tifereth Isrjel
Northside Center.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth Dawd
Synagogue spiritual leader, resign-
ed here some ten days ago.
Home Residents
Are Entertained
An entertainment program was
held for residents of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged on Sunday
afternoon, May 16. at 2:30 p.m.
This is one of the services of the
leisure-time program carried on- at
the Home by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
A musical and literary afternoon
was presented by Miss Anyuta
Melicov, Miami Beach pianist.
Miss Melicov accompanied the
following artists: Marcel Chilar '.
tenor; Donald Klatzkin, instrumen-
talist: Reina Morra. Oriental sing-
er; Frances Packar, mezzo-soprano;
Manya Shubow, reader; and Simtm
Wolf, actor.
David O'Berry, baritone, appear-
ing through the courtesy flbf the
i Gladys Muse Studio, rounitd o.
I the afternoon's program.

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PAGE 10 A
>L~i .FRIDAY
Myers Named President of Miami
Federation; $1,137,863 Goal Revealed
FOOD Fill TO OPEN KOSHER MEAT MUKEflj
Continued from Pag* 1 A
to a variety of important commu-
nity welfare causes. He has been a
trustee .of Mount Sinai' Hospital
and served as chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in the years
1943 and 1947.
In the four-year period elapsing
between these two dates. Myers taw
contributions in Greater Miami to
CJA swing from $140,070 in 1943
sented the traditional
Samuel Friedland. chairman of | trons will enter this separate din
gavel to the Board of Food Fair Stores. Inc.. ston 0{ the super store through a
Weinkle. and campaign chairman this week announced plans for the spocia| en(nmce ,ind (ha, (h .
Aaron M. Kanner received a broUM opening "I Kosher meat market refrigeration units and"
plaque for -outstanding achieve-; in the Kood Fair store at 19th st. cases, refnger.tion units and pre
ment and leadership as chairman and Alton rd. on Wednesday, May parations rooms, where meat and
of the 1954 Combined Jewish Ap- f. pou"1ry H prt,P.ared. for display.
ru'h Itabb
lead
11 Jos*Pht,
-hi
15 director.
"W want to |
"": .Friedland,.
spoc,al Food ?itt"
constantly opfn" *
"i Kashruth." W
In charge o[ t| |
General for a special service." he explained, ] tween the two units at all." he em | '"!P"tmem *'" ** Sqi
peal Friedland said that the market | wi" he entire I v closed off from the
Special awards were given major will feature self-service cases, with rest of the Food Fair establish
division chairmen in the Buainea individually wrapped cuts of meat me"'w
and Professional group, the \Vm and poultry "We are also planning j "There will be no traffic be-,
. i_ ____-i-l ** 1... >. >>l .iiw.l I t\i .urn ikn Imn ** *>t .11 ** ft. _
en i i>i\Lston, and the
Mobilization unit. Silver and gold
where patrons desiring the fin- j phasized. "so that the rigid re-i d som 30
Jeaji
to CJA was increased from 2.370 leadership in their respective cam-
in 1943 to 6.382 in 1947. I Pa|Kn uni,s-
In 1952, 1953 and in the current The Mesdames Jack A Ablin.
year. Myers has been president of 1 Irving Lchrman and Morris Alpert
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-1 made the awards in the Women's
munity Center, seeing that vital I Division, and Fred K. Shochet. pub
agency through a period of reor-; '^her of The Jewish Flondi.m
certificate- were awarded to 162 est Kosher products can obtain quircments for Kashruth will be | .dJ a Kosher ^
fulfilled with maximum ease |,", heh!nd the cwimT
lie mn
to $929,000 in 1947. In this same,.........
period, the number of contributors I n. women and young adults for choice cuts prepared to thrir in-
dividual taste with reaped to thick-
ness, weight and variety."
Quarters for the new market are
in the process of being prepared
ganization to its present position.
Myers was general chairman of
the Greater Miami Council of So-
cial Agencies, where his extensive
and chairman of the General Mobil
ization Division, presented award-
to his volunteer workers Sidney
Lefcourt. submitted a treasurer's
All processes of preparation will j !?d!|de mcn MpeneJ
take place behind large glass dis- *"sner meat field,
play counters and will be open to | According to fn>j
the view of patrons. Those waiting for the Mav 26 opening. The 19th for special service cuts of meat and mt'nl sno*s a 14
st and Alton rd. Food Fair has poultry will be able to see exactly average. "We eipetT*
been redesigned to incorporate the how they are prepared. The Food '
most modern facilities required in j Fair Board chairman also an-
the operation of a Kosher self-serv- nounced that supervision will be i w'" therefore be eitn_
ice market. Friedland said that pa-1 by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash- ab,r have been aMj
----------------------------------------------;------------------------- --------------------------People for Food FtJ
| Kosher meat market, m
background in social welfare and report, and Weinkle describe.!I the j VieWS Program I Multiple Sclerosis Group to the communing
his many years of practical expert- progress of Federation during 1954 *^11 r\, .. /"m" nl>
enee in organizing community re Kxecutive Director Benjamin B. To Hit DelinqeUIlCy Plans Kickoff Luncheon I er KJher m; I
sources contributed to hi. record ol Rosenberg addressed the meeting,
achievement in this Held. briefly, reporting increased inter Tom Lee. candidate for state rep-
Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the I est and participation on the part oi rcsentative in Group 2. was joined
Nominating Committee and honor- Miami Jewry in the work of Fed-! Wednesday by three of his former
ary president of Federation, pre- eration and emphasizing that there i opponents. Dan Satin. Harvey Klein
l were 20 percent more contributors (and Donald MacKenzie. in his drive
in this year's campaign than in
1953. Mrs. Selig was general chair-
man of the annual meeting.
Rabbi Leon Kronish delivered
the invocation, and Rabbi Simon
April offered the benediction.
'New' Johns Shown
In Waning Days
Of Campaign
South Florida voters will see and
meet a "new Charley Johns in the
remaining days before the second
primary on May 25," according to j
a statement this week.
"The new Johns will be an ag-
gressive, slug it-out candidate who
announced this week that he will
meet his opponent. LeRoy Collins,
on television, radio or street cor-
ners, if necessary," a supporter
here said.
"I will match my record of 16
years in the Florida Legislature
two years in the House of Repre-
tentatives and 14 in the Senate
against that of my opponent at any
and every opportunity," Johns de-
clared in a statement issued from
his Jacksonville headquarters im
mediately after his state-wide vie
t "Our road building committ-
ments for Dade Countv are $5,158 ,
200 for new streets and roads, and f,dmisslon P^ctice before the
Weksler Admitted to
Practice Before U.S.
Supreme Court
Bernard B. Weksler was this
week admitted to practice law be-
fore the Supreme Court of the
United States.
The Miami attorney was spon-
sored by United States Senator
George Smathers. Stanley C. Myers
and Leon Epstein, of Myers, Hei-
man and Kaplan.
Weksler is a member of the
Board of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau, chairman of the Plan-
ning Council of the Miami Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, member of the GMJCC Exe-
cutive Board and was recently
elected vice president of the South-
side Elementary School PTA.
During a four-day stay in Wash-
ington. Weksler also plans to seek
it was made before I became a
candidate for Governor. Many of
the contracts have already been
let." Johns declared.
"1 emphatically favor a repeal ,
Kf ,ht. fTSA pr,,per,v ,ax on I Max Engel. candidate for the
household furniture. I believe that Dade County Board of Public In
homestead exemption should be
Court of Military Appeals
KnjgH ilVveals
School Siirvov
for the Dade post in Tallahassee.
The former aspirants called upon
their friends and supporters to
vote for Lee in the May 25 runoff.
Lee. in acknowledging the end-
dorsrment of his former opponents
before a gathering in his head-
quarters -Wednesday night, said
that he was "humbly grateful that
the defeated candidates saw in him
their champion to bring to the
county the good, clean government
that is sought by the citizens when
selecting a representative to the
state legislature."
Lee directed the attention of his
audience to his program for South
Florida and said that he now wish-
ed to add to that program a pledge
to fight for laws with teeth in them
aimed at curbing juvenile dclin
quency and to introduce such a
bill in the next session of the leg-
islature.
"Juvenile delinquency, in ihe
last analysis, is the result of apathy
on the part of those responsible for
the development and direction of
the youth of any area," Lee said.
"However, when duly constituted
authority is rendered inoperative
by reason of a situation that has
been many years in the making, it
becomes the problem of every citi-
zen and unless we take stern mea-
sures to halt this menace now. it
will continue to grow worse."
Lee called attention to a recent
>ne can afford."
Friedland said that iky
and Alton rd. markei M
ped to service the Ko&asf
poultry needs oi the |
ami area. "People will I
vantageous to shop
quality and econorm |
plained. "Kosher roeai]
whole, mean a twotati
on an automatically renewable
basis. I believe a state lone toll
turnpike is desirable, and I will
i-upport any legislation for such a
road.
struct ion from District 2. is a prac
ticing attorney. 31 years old and
married with one child
Engel is a graduate of the Cm
versity ot Miami Business School
and Law School He served in the
First annual kickoff luncheon of
the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Asso-
ciation will be held at the Saxony
Hotel on Saturday afternoon. 1 p.m.
Mayor Abe Aronovitz has offi-
cially proclaimed the week of May
23 as M. S. Key Week, during
which time volunteers will make an difference in "price Ik
intensive effort to step up con-
tributions to the 1954 M. S. cam
paign in a series of outdoor-indoor
solicitations and special events.
The Miami Chapter seeks to
raise $35,000 for a program of re-
search, clinics and local services for
some quarter of a million afflicted
with M. S. Offices of the chapter
are located at 1020 Congress bldg.
Rabbis to Spak on
JNF Radio Program
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, this
week announced a special radio
program over station WMIE on
Sunday. May 23, from 10:30 to
11:30 a,m.
Under the direction of Sam Pros-
terman, radio chairman of the
council, the program will be dedi-
cated to the festival of Lag B'Omer
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Mescheloff are scheduled guest
speakers.
Lee
and I want to lead the fight,
declared.
"Legislation, in itself, is not the
answer to this pressing problem.
ffiK?iSf55E fay-a r*. as rl, pra
crimes in the nation today are IES/LSfith act.v.ty locally di-
committed by youths under the I developed by city salar-
age of 21.
initiate administration legislation president of GrapelaiSI HeighU
for the purchase or construction Civic Association and I, 2SJ
ied directors in State owned and
maintained youth centers may well
tnink it is about time our .state be the solution and the salvation
government tackled this problem.'. of our youth."
to an approximate fiw
difference.
Depending upon the\
type of beef purchisei,|
Kosher meat and poultry
age two to ten ceotii
higher than the n
iety. "There is absoli
son for Kosher muuaj
higher in price,' Fri
Store hours will hj
through Wednesday. 14]
6 p.m On Thursday, i
will be 9 p.m. The I
will close at 3 pin.
will not be open on!
Sundays. A spetal
U.S. Choice and Priae i
and lamb, as wei) as al
ment of poultry, rodudiajd
turkeys and capon, is 1
ed for the Wednesdu
Food Fair.officisls ea
special meat delicacies Ml
future.
Selber Unveiling
The dedication of 11
to the memory of Rose Si
merly oi 4631 North Ma'
will take place Sunday,
p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ce
Rabbi David Shapiro.!
officiating. Mrs. SelberII
by one daughter. Mrs
of Miami Beach, and J
and Pat of Newark. SJ,r
grandchildren. ArraiT
in charge of Thurmond!
Company Friends ad I
are asked to attend __
house our present 57 far-flung
agencies. The University of Miami
Medical School, which 1 favor, is
well on its way to becoming a re-
ality: it will continue to get my
support.
"And I shall do everything in mv
power to aid the City of Miami
in replacing the present outmoded
and traffic throttling Miami River
drawbridges with high bridges or
tunnels.
"But from now until May 25 I
?ball dedicate every available min-
ute of my time to bringing the
truth to the voters of South Flor-
ida the truth about Charley
Johns.
Warren L. "Tiny" Odham, who
spearheaded the Dade County cam-
paign for his brother. Brailey, be-
fore the first primary election, has
been named as assistant to Roscoe
Brunstetter, county chairman of
the Johns For Governor Commit-
tee, the Johns forces announced
this week.
Meanwhile, following his tele-
vision debate with LeRoy Collins
in Miami late last week, Governor
Johns had issued a challenge to
Senator Collins for a debate that
was to be held in Bayfront Park
on Thursday.
urn-
merce and the Knights of Pythiai
As a Dade Counts' parent and
property owner. Engel this week
said that he has a vital Interest in
the problems and difficulties oj
the Dade County School System.
I have spent a great deal of time
in personal research, digging out
facts about the system and its op
eration." he declared.
He believes the school system
can go far beyond its existing pro-
gram in offering young people an
opportunity to engage in useful
activities, after school recreation
and planned entertainment func
tions. Engel said he will encour
age an immediate expansion of
this presently inadequate pro-
gram."
Engel believes that working par
ents need help from school offi-
cials. He is in favor of kindergar
tens for children who have reached
the age of five.
He also believes better school bus
transportation should be provided
in rural areas. He thinks the leg-
islature should change the distance
limit for picking up students from
two miles to a mile and a half
Engel is in favor of just com-
pensation for overtime work of all
teacher personnel.
J
'4
servic*1
and 1
Sr, th- .w l0m Choral GrouP Performed during recent Friday evening
bv9rthh,x Ti"^?oi ,h# S,a,^ to'-Th* p~iai can,a,a wa! *2S
SSkotS Br*man- Hmold Wynn, Cantor Samuel Kelem.r. director, the M<>
rSma SpnhCHairman'.IrVing KaPlan and WiUiam Yonowitr. Second row ere a ^
HmdamSvu MichaeI Mer8e,< "cre,arY< ** Herm.n A"*
m eZSmMru ^VnaU ,ack Ro-nthal and Sally Vernick. Third ^f^iB
Gordon SJ^ 1 Mum,y and So"*"*! Berlin. Not shown are the Mejdam
Cobb^Bea^T'K10"18 Shapiro- *. Jack FUhman. William Ma.ux.R^'
bi wJman and MY Epstein. Soloiate wr. the Mesdames Wynn.
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[ MAY 21, 1954
hJewistfk**to*r,
MGE1IA
ii A.M to
,11 Officers
Chapter of the American
Congress will hold its in-
of new officers with a
ill the Panorama Room
uscayne Terrace Hotel on
Ey, May 26, at noon.
Vy Klein, local attorney, will
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen as
w others to be installed
presidents, Mrs. Russell
Mrs. Louis Haffner and
|ui> (ioldfarb; financial sec-
|Mrv Kdward Harris; treas-
|rs .inscph Weisman; cor-
jing secretaries, Mrs. A. I.
Jn and Mrs. Giselle New-
recording secretary, Mrs.
riedbers; and social secre-
rs. Richard Touby.
Morris Skop will be guest
Mrs. Joseph Narot will re-
h, current Broadway hit:
nd Sympathy."
omplete the program after-
kav Bruce Hess, young con
kianist from the Julliard
Li Music, will render a few
U selections.
fdiac Chapter
Is Installation
nth annual installation of
inn Chapter of the National
Id's Cardiac Hospital was
Tuesday, May 18, 12 p.m.,
jBisc\i> ne Terrace Hotel Star
bom.
William Weintraub and
eo Sobel, co-chairmen, pre-
"01*1 Acquaintance," by
|Van Pruten. The cast of
ers included Pat Bromherg.
(ppleuhite and Eve Tellegen.
ley C. Meyers Install-
following officers; presi-
Mrs. Jess Glance; vice presi-
the Mesdames Louis Wolf,
m Weintraub. Herman Wron-
bd David E. Parnes.
[installed were: financial sec-
Mrs. Norman Burger; re-
I secretary, Mrs. Phillip Ben-
^orrt-ponding secretary, Mrs.
oulton: treasurer, Mrs. Mich
ank: social secretary, Mrs.
Weintraub; and chaplain,
Joseph Socolof.
rd of Directors are:
J.M.-.i. .,. Si Vbnel, w illlHin Oroner. Bam
n, II. in \ .In. ohson. Jennie
on. William I'etterol'f. Sal Ra-
[I'mmcI Hifus. Heinle Slrkln, S>1-
?hen. I... Sobel, Harold Hiwhn.
rirer. Joneph Spitzer, Jaek Kauf-
' Harold Cohen, (tunny Freed.
PViedsnn, llarrv Oertner, Ham
Mill..ii Maiculle, Atie Mell-
Jom>ih < ren, Martin PHrncw,
i William Sehulwolf, Hen-
or ami Alvln Walwin
Mrm. Soltz to
Ito Install* il
Mrs. Gerald Soltz will be in
stalled president of Naomi Group j
of Hadassah by Mrs. Samuel Z. Sak-
rais, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter, on Sunday evening
May 23, 7 p.m., at the Monte Carlo'
Hotel.
Other officers, are the Mes-
daio.r.. Amtur Hernpein, Ralph
Jiwisko, Dan Stuart and Moe Co-
hen, vice presidents; Emanuel
Seitlin, treasurer; Richard Har-
wich, financial secretary.
The Mesdames Henry Weiss, re-
cording secretary; Morris Goldfarb,
corresponding secretary; Norman
Shandelman, parliamentarian; and
Ferdinand Phillips, social secre-
tary.
Seaboard Begins
"Hospitality Hours'
"Hospitality Hours," fare reduc-
tions and increased advertising
are among the items making up the
summer sales and service program
of Seaboard Railroad's passenger
traffic department.
James R. Getty, general passen-
ger traffic manager of the line
from Norfolk, Va., in visiting the
Mrs. I. B. ['utnstein
Mrs. Eisenstein Again
Heads Mizrachi Group
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein nas been
unanimously relccted to serve as
president of the Mizrachi Women's
Conference of Jewish i
Women's Organizations
Slates Final Meeting
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade and Broward
Counties will have its final meet-
ing of the season on Thursday, May
27, 10:;J0 a.m., at the Empress
Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Sirkatk, president,
will preside at the business ses-
sion. Election and installation of
officers for the coming year will
take place. The following is the
slate:
President, Mrs. Aaron Farr; vice
president, Mrs. Matilda Ratner;
vice president, Mrs. A. Frank Wel-
lins; recording secretary, Mrs. Ir-
win Weinstein; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Benjamin Appel; treas-
urer, Mrs. Harry Rogers; parlia-
mentarian, Mrs. Fannie Selig; cal-
endar secretary, Mrs. Julian Wein-
kle; and registrar, Mrs. Irving
Frankel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, will be installing
officer. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Seymour Liebman who will discuss
"Women's Place in the World of
Today."
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|^rr^ry this week..statedthat^Seajtirganization of Miami Beach. Mrs.
1 Joseph Brenner was elected to the
board is going "all out" to induce
more vacationists to travel by rail:
this coming summer season, and ;
spoke of many new service innova-
tions being introduced to provide
those traveling by Seaboard with
attractive low priced and enjoyable
vacation trips.
Getty announced a new and nov-
el innovationSeaboard's "Hospi-
tality Hour" introduced this week
on the fine's streamlined trains.
During midafternoon, all passen-
gers on the streamliners are invited
to the dining cars to have, with
compliments of the road, Florida
orange juice and coffee.
"This leaturc will provide a re-
freshing and relaxing afternoon
break lor passengers and present
an opportunity lor them to meet
their fellow travelers in a convivial
atmosphere," Getty said.
The innovation ties in with a pro-
gram started several months ago
when budget-priced meals, rede-
signed menus offering selection
with greater eye and appetite ap-
peal and grill car service were in-
troduced. Children also are receiv-
ing a full share of this program,
with bibs for them and specially
planned menus, complete with
drawings and rhymes.
post of honorary president.
Others on the new list of offi-
cers are the Mesdames Pauline
Chill. D. L. Mostow. Harry Sir. Bet-
ty Schechter and Joseph Babad.
vice presidents; Ida Weasel, finan-
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urer.
Named 88 trustees were the Mes-
dames Anna Berow, Edna Brenner,
Nathan Hochman, Ida Wessel, Rose
Schneider and Anna Silberman.
Members elected to the Board o.'
Directors are the Mesdames Fanny
Abrams, Gertrude Bergad. Gussie
Brier, Tillie Jaffee, Lena Kramer.
Sarah Farber, Tillie Levine, Fanny
Mazer, Martha Sachs, Anna Silber-
man, Rama Shapiro, Yetta Trask,
Ida Strouch, J. M. Ackerman and
D. J. Migdol.
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baum. Jack Beer. H. Ladd McLin-
den and Joseph Nolen.
The cruise will be held on the
yacht "Seven Seas." Tickets may
be obtained in the Miami office of
Florida Power & Light Co.
will sponsor a moonlight
on Sunday, May 30, 4; 15
proceeds are for the purchase
[mobile unit for the relief of
pers from arthritis and rheu-
>m in the Greater Miami area.
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MVV Po*tH Hold
Joint Installation
Joint installation ceremonies of
five local Jewish War Veterans
Posts were held at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel on Sunday, May 9,
8 p.m.
The participating Posts and the
incoming commanders for the year
1954-55 were:
Dr. Max Tendrich. Norman
Bruce Brown Post 174; Frank Gor-
don, Miami Beach Post No. 330;
Lenny Lifshutz, Coral Gables Post
No 243; Joe Horowitz. West Miami
Post No. 223: and Eugene Schwartz.
North Shore Post No. 677.
Outgoing commanders are: Oscar
Rappaport. Norman Bruce Brown
Post; Mayor Harold Shapiro, Miami
Beach Post; Murray Solomon, Coral
Gables Post; Arnold Brass, West
Miami Post; and Mitch Reiner,
North Shore Post.
The JWV Guard of Honor, under
the command of Mai. Kenneth
Braidman, presented colors. Many
dignitaries from cities in Greater
Miami atteneded. A dance and re-
freshments followed the cere-
monies. State Dept. Commander
Bill Bender was installing officer.
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Ralph Licker. former administra-
tive assistant to Sen. George A.
Smathers. Saturday was named co-
manager in the campaign to elect
John B. Orr. Jr. to the Florida
of Representatives in Group two.
Licker, currently a Miami insur-
ance executive, was assistant to
Sen. Smathers in the U. S. Congress
and the U. S Senate.
In his capacity in the Orr cam-
paign. Licker will be in charge of
organization, fund raising and gen-
eral supervision of the county-
wide efiort to elect the 34-year-old
Miami attorney.
Orr was voted high man in
Group two in last Tuesday* prim-
ary nd will continue his cam-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY NO. 109333.
IN RE: ADOPTION t>K
LINDA JOTCE BASH
:i Minor r'hilil
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: HERBERT -I BA88
7!::7 Castor Avenue
PhllHhhi, Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY commanderl to
be Hid appear In the above el
Conn "ii the !la( day <>f June \'-'.
to -in." i aus. win tho Petition i '
David M Berger ami Beatrice Bern r
lo adopt l.lndn Joy llaxx should : i
be hi Mti 'i i'.v ihis Court.
Dated: May l, !><
K. B. I.i:\IIIKUMAN
Clei k ol the Circuit c rt
l iade County, h'lorula
By WM. W. BTOCK1N '
Deputy Clerk
KESSLER GARS
Atlorne; for Appliranta
I7S3 W I- iiiHler St.
., 21-28 h I-ll
paign
through the May 25 run-off.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169.37
CARL R. HKRNI.-ON. JR.. Mftintlfl,
lAHtuVilY PAULINE HBTtNDON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JH.1KOTHY PAULINE
HERNUON;
Addrese unknown. __,___ ,
YOU ARE HEREBY REQl IRED t;
Mrve copy Of your Answer to the B II
of Complaint for IHvorco filed li.-iv' .
,, plaintiffs attorney. Rl HAI I
KRIBC.BR FINK, OoncrOM Bldg.,
Miami, Florida, and to rile the orteli I
In the office Of the Clerk of Hie at)
court ..a or before the mth of
Juno, ItMl otherwise a default v. ill
l.e entered asainsl you.
DATED: Hii- isih Bay of May, i '54.
B, B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the circuit Co
B] M. W. PARTENHE1N .
Deputy Clerk
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County, Florida.
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1954
SEC. B
roade Met in Secret to
Unite Anti-Zionist Jews
A'GTONAlthough Pres-
fcnhower gave assurances
nt of U.S. munitions to
fcsented no threat to Is-
xinaggression" clause has
iinaled from the newest
[proposed legislation au-
fcuch aid. Meanwhile, high
fation officials indicated
or a program to split Is-
American Jewry and to
Lael for the absence o
fern peace.
V Bvroade. Assistant Sec-
Stale for Near Eastern
look Israel to task in an
efore an anti-Zionist con-
bf the American Council
km af Philadelphia. Short-
Jter. Vice President Rich-
Icon told Byroade: "Henry.
In expert on that area but
|>ou made a very good
Israel Foreign Minister
narett. who does consider
omething of an expert on
in question, did not think
of the B) roade speech.
Using the anti-Zionist forum pro-1
vided by the ACJ, Byroade sug-
gested that Israel close the doors i
of the Jewish National Home to
satisfy the Arab League. He hinted
at an analogy between Irael's treat-
ment of the Arabs and the Nazi ex-
termination of Jews. He assured
the Arabs that "if Israel herself
should decide upon expansive ag-
gression" the United States would
fulfill its obligations to maintain
order under the Tripartite Declar-
ation of 1950. This would be done,
he said, although the Arabs might
wonder "if the domestic political
aspects of such a problem in the
United States might not make
it Impossible for us to live up to
our stated intentions." Byroade re-
ported to the anti-Zionists that Is-
raelis were "to a certain extent
emotionally excitable."
Byroade apparently sees himself
as a sort of international psychia-
trist. He prescribed what Israel.'
should do to allay the "fears"!
which beset the Arab League and
Irwin Weinstein Named President
crida Hadassah at Tampa Meeting
hrin Wi instein was nam-
ient of the Florida Region
ssah at the organization's
onfereiHc in Tampa. Dele-
km chapters throughout the
Jre joined by those repre-
San Juan. Puerto Rico, at
111 meet
[alerted I,, (iffice from the
Bliami area were Mrs. Mil-
In. vice president, and Mrs.
[' Nelson, corresponding
Among those chosen
|ifmher- were Mrs. Joseph
Miami, and Mrs. Ilyman
I. Hollw
Weinstein, a well-known
t of tlie Greater Miami Jew-
nmunity. served for two
ui of the Greater
Chapter of Hadassah, and
lone of its honorary vice
ht> She i- a member of the
If Governors of the Greater
Jewish Federation; member
Educational Committee of
fmen Division of Federa-
ard member of the Zionist
|of South Florida, recording
V of Conference of Jewish
fs Organization. Board mem-
ne Conference of Christians
s and a member of the Ad-
rouncil of the Women's Di-
lor Bonds of Israel Govern-
ibprtt Donmte
and Pulpit
png Rabbis and dignitaries
p part and witness the dedi-
K>l a new Holy Ark and Pul-
[the Temple of the North
Rewish Center, 13630 West
pay. North Miami, on Sun-
fining. May 23. at 8 p.m.
JHoly Ark and Pulpit is a
I'he North Dade Jewish Cen-
Iwur of its members. -
ort Jacobs, an active mem-
ia contributor, Abraham
.recent recipient of a Life
frsnip to the Center and Jo-
Tosenfcld. former lay spirit-
aaer and organizer of they
.are the donors.
I Arc and Pulpit is designed
H| "I1"'! 'Nasser, architect, and
bl,llt to the minute speci-
by charter member Sam
I sPirit and sincerity with
^each and every member ac-
L,, met nis obligations to
Fr and community is the
b r '" the raP'd *rowth
"'Progress made by the
PP n of ,ve years." said Rab-
vr> "kolica, spiritual leader.
Mrs. Irwin Wei'mfem
Before coming to Miami. Mrs.
Weinstein served as president for
three years of the Laurelton P 4 P
Division of Hadassah and also as
vice president of the Lower New
York State Region of the Business
and Professional Division of Ha-
dassah.
Mrs. Nelson is vice president ot
the Hanna Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah and coordinator of vocation-
al education of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Shapiro
is past president of the Stephens.
Wise group of Hadassah. Mrs. Sir-
kin a vice president of the region.
is also an honorary vice president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah and president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations. ...
Regional officers were installed
at the closing banquet by Mrs. hzra
Shapiro, national vice president of
Hadassah. Others assuming posts
included the Mesdames Charles Ad-
ler, Tampa, vice president; Ben
Eisenstein. Sarasota, vice presi-
dent; Harry Katt. Jacksonville.wee
president; Stanley Weins.er, Orlan-
do, recording secretary; and fly-
man Katz. Jacksonville. tttMW
Other Board members include
the Mesdames Philip Bcrkowit .
Polk County; Samuel rrartxrg .
Petersburg; William Goldman.
JacksonvUle; and Rubin Ratten-
berg, Clearwater.
"remove this spectrewhich does
not seem to be based upon reality
from minds in the Middle East."
While admitting that the Arab ap-
prehension does not seem "based
upon reality." Byroade neverthe-
less apparently felt that Israel
could remove these hallucinations
and phantoms from Arab imagina-
tion by taking the steps recom-
mended by the sick Arab minds.
The biographic register of the De-
partment of State does not indicate
that Byroade holds any degrees in
psychiatry.
In Byroade's analysis, Jews are
too "emotionally excitable." It is
true that some people of that faith
question the wisdom of Byroade's
judgment on such matters as the
promotion of Arab-Israel peace by
providing the Arabs with free
grants of heavy munitions. This,
apparently puts them into the "ex-!
citable" category.
Strategy to undermine pro-Zion-'
ist sentiment in the United States
has been under discussion for
some time by Byroade and the ACJ.
The climax of months of planning
took place when Byroade addressed
the ACJ convention at Philadel-
phia. This event was visualized at a
secret meeting which occurred in
Washington last December 3 be-
hind the closed doors of the South
Lounge of the Carlton Hotel. A sim-
ilar conference was held in San
Francisco about a month previous-
ly when Byroade met with an ACJ
group in that city.
The room which was the scene
of the Washington meeting was
reserved in the name of a "Mr.
Roland Among those in attend-
ance were I.< ssing J. Rosenwald.
president of the ACJ, and Rabbi
Elmer Berger. its executive direc-
tor. Interviewed as he emerged
from the meeting, Byroade smiled
nervously. I merely met with
some old friends whom I have
known for a number of years," he
said, "adding that it was "nothing
to be reported in the press."
Rosenwald was invited to one of
the first dinner parties tendered
at the White House by President
Eisenhower. He subsequently visit-
ed the President to convey what he
represented to be the anti-Zionist
views of a large section of Amer-
ican Jewry.
In September 1953, the White
House announced the appointment
of Morris Dolf, of Philadelphia, as
General Counsel of the Foreign Op-
erations Administration. Wolf is a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the ACJ. A government an-
nouncement said Wolf would be
"responsible, among other things,
for interpreting legislation per-
taining to foreign operations, and
for assistance in developing formal
agreements with participating
countries."
The FOA is directly concerned
with conducting the foreign aid
program affecting Israel and the
Arab states yet its general conusel
in private life is a member of the
executive committee of an organiz-
ation devoted to opposing the ex-
istence of Israel. Wolf is listed on
the 1952 ACJ letterhead as secre-
tary of the organization, listed side-
by-side with Rosenwald and the
treasurer as one of the three lead-
ing officers.
ihere are elements in the State
Department which resent and op-
pose Zionism. They claim Zionism
interfers with the pursuit of Arab
friendship. Anxious to implement
an openly anti-Israeli policy, these
elements use the ACJ as a front
to give the impression that there
are no anti-Jewish implications to
he actions they would like to take
against Israel. But those who raise
questions about this development
do sojit the peril of being psycho-
analyzed as "emotionally excit-
able."
r
Monday and Tuesday, May 24 and 25, are the dates for the
15th annual conference of the Association of Florida Rabbis
to be held in Lakeland, Fla., this year. Committee on arrange-
ments include Rabbis A. Gelberman, of Lakeland, host Rabbi;
Morris Chapman, of St. Petersburg; Henry Okalica, Miami;
Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dean of
Florida Rabbis; and Irving Lehrman, of Miami Beach. Numer-
ous papers dealing with civic and religious studies will be
presented during the two-day sessions, including a panel dis-
cussion on expanding Jewish education in the State of Florida.
Edwin Lukas to Address Annual Meeting
Of AJCommittee at Delano Hotel on 27th
"How to Combat Communism
While Preserving Civil Liberties"
will be the title of the feature ad-
dresa to be given at the annual
meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Jewish Com-
mittee, on Thursday evening. May
27. 7 p.m., at the Delano Hotel.
Presentation will be made by
Edwin J. Lukas. national director
of the A.I Committee's Civil Rights
; Department. A well known lawyer
Who practices trial and appeal
counsel in criminal and civil ma!
I ters in New York State and Fed-
eral Courts for 17 years. Lukas lie
1 came associated with the Society
for I he Prevention 01 Crime in 1941
and served as the society's execu
tive director in 1943 until 1950.
when he joined the American Jew-
ish Committee to direct its civil
rights activities.
Prior to that time, he had been
active in committee affairs for
many years, having served as a
member of the executive, scienti-
! fie research, civil rights and public
affairs committees.
Long concerned with the threat
of Communism to democratic in-
stitutions, the committee has de-
voted considerable attention to the
potential dangers to civil liberties
Rabbi Gross to Address
National Convention of
i Hebrew Day School PTA
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
; cipal of the Hebrew Academy, has
i been invited to address the Nation-
al Association of the Hebrew Day
School, PTA convention which will
meet in Washington, DC, May 30-
31.
The National PTA, publishers of
the "Jewish Parent," a popular pe-
dagogic magazine for teachers and
parents, is the organization com-
prising and servicing all day school
PTA's-throughout the country. Na-
tionwide in scope, this association,
sponsored by Torah Umesorah, has
its headquarters in New York City
with an affiliation of more than
100 schools and an enrollment of
some 20,000 members.
Rabbi Gross' topic' will be "The
Role of the Teacher in the Educa-
tive Process." He will be one of
three major panelists who will dis-
cuss all aspects of the Hebrew day
school program.
According to reports from the
national office, over 500 delegates
are expected from all parts of the
country. Theme of the convention
will be "The Impact of the Day
School Upon the Cultural Life of
our Communities."
A special session will be devoted
to lay leaders, principals and ad-
ministrators of the day school.
resulting from indiscriminate meth-
ods of combatting totalitarian in-
fluences.
Lukas will report on the recent
decisions of the American Jewish
Committees National Executive
Committee regarding the issue of
j the use of the fifth amendment in
Senate investigations.
Among numerous other civil or-
ganizatii ns, he is an active mem-
ber of the Association of the Bar
of New York City, of the Board o
I Directors of the Child Adoption
| Committee and of the Citizens Com-
mittee on Children of New York
City.
He is a member of the Bar of the
State "i New York and has lec-
ture.! xtensively at Columbia. New
York University and the College of
the City of New York on legal
! problems of adolescents.
In addition to the feature ad-
dress, the election of officers and
' members of the Executive Commit-
I tee for the chapter here will be
held. Chairman of the Arrange-
| ments Committee is George Bert-
' man, who is being assisted by Mr.
I and Mrs. David B. Fleeman, Mr.
and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, Mr.
and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Samet and Richard Wolf-
son.
Edwin 1. lltftas
Beth Sholom Men's Club
Plans Barbecue Party
Jack A. Abbott, president of the
Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom,
announces a barbecue steak party
on Monday evening, May 24, at 6
p.m., in the Temple's patio.
Morry B. Morris, chairman, and
Albert Rosen, co-chairman, are
planning a full evening's entertain
ment, including dancing and a pro-
gram entitled, "What's Your Line?"


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Pioneer Women's Organizations Plan
Installations; Luncheon Ceremonies Set
HUDAY
Miss Bess Spanner, field repre-
sentative from the national office
of Pioneer Women's Organizations,
related her experiences of her
three year stay in Israel in connec-
tion with her orientation work in
the Moetzet Hapoalot and installed
the 1954-5 officers of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women'*
Organizations, the coordinating
body for the four local clubs, at
Betty"s restaurant last week.
The Mesdames Sam Sorin Bild
and Rosemary Kaplan were in-
stalled as honorary presidents:
Isaac Pushkin, president; Albert
Beraon, Louil Beckorman. Bernard
Powell, Sonia Robbins Mid Ceil Se-
aal. vice presidents; Jacob Raffcl.
recording secretary. Michael Feid-
ler. treasurer; Eva Kahn. financial
secretary; and Bernard Kanter,
corresponding secretary
Following the installation cere-
mony, Mrs Pushkin's first official
;ict was the appointment of the fol-
lowing chairmen for the coming
year:
The Mesdamet Jacob Coaow,
Moetzet Hapoalot; Henry Seitlin,
Child Rescue; S. Seeman, Jewish
National Fund; Fred Sandier.
membership; Cell Segal. Bonds for
Israel: Hibi Fishinan, American Af-
fairs; v. ra ZelUer, Israel Supplies:
Roseman Kaplan, interorganisa-
tional; and Anna Seltzer, historian .....* ." ,, ,
r Mrs Michael reidler uiil be
Honorary president of the Golds loaataaMtw at the Kadimah chap-
Meyerson Club, Mrs Anna Seltzer ''''" ;,n,llial Installation luncheon
will install officers for the coming "" Wednesday noon, Maj 26. at
------ ----------_ !>! Monico's restaurant
year at their meeting Tuesday eve-
ning, May 25. at Congregation Beth
El Auditorium
Sonia Robbins, president; Vrfa
7"ltzer and Eva Kahn. vice presi -
dents; Anna Seltzer, recording sec
retary; Vivian Pace, financial sec
retary; Barbara (Jreenberg. treas
ii'er; Anna Sorin-Bild and Thelma
Kitzen. corresponding secretaries
To mark the occasion of her leaf
ing on a trip to Israel. Mrs Minnie
Shuhow. recording secretary und
cultural chairman of Club II. will
install newly elected officers of her
club at their installation luncheon
on Tuesday noon. May 25. at the
Royal Palm Hotel
Chairman for the installation is
Mrs William Malmuth In charge
of arrangements are the Mesdames
Bernard Powell. Nat Ostrow. Rose
Katz and Nat Bookspan.
Mis Shuhow will install the fol-
lowing elected officers Mesdames
Bernard Powell, president. Abra-
ham Shedroff. vice president: Nat
(Ktrow. financial secretary; Min
me Shuhow, recording secretary;
and Mrs William Malmuth. treas-
urer

club I will meet Wednesday eve
ning. May 19. 8 p.m., at Kneseth
Israel Congregation.
Hebrew Group to Meet
Hebrew Speaking Group of
Greater Miami will meet at the ;v*'" md tgjj]
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pe I).vid F^*^ *l
rach. 4223 Royal Pel, -e.. on I rh ^J
'ured on the JLt*
""rush C*g*
Wlt7 !.. """H
Dr. Yaacov Bentor, Lecturer
in Geology at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, haa
predicted that copper mining
and processing in Israel will,
in less than two years, reach
the point where the Jewish
State will be entirely self-suf-
ficient in production of the
valuable metal and will even
have a sizeable surplus for
export "if, as may be expect-
ed, certain difficulties in the
dressing of the ores can be
overcome." The announce-
ment was made by Dr.
George S. Wise, national
president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
Annual Donor Affair
Due Sunday Evening
Annual Donor Dinner ol the
I l R Goodman and Chaim
W'eizmann Groups ol Hadassah will
i Sundaj evening Maj
p m ..i the Mont, i arlo
Hotel
-> leer will be Mrs [rwin
Weinstein, president ol the Florida
Region ol Hadassah Music wiU be
rend( red bj Joseph Pardo accom-
' Hj Fried
Miss Dorothj Parker, ol the
Goodman Group, is donor dinner
hairman ol the affair Miss Rosa
lyn represents the Chaim Weiz
man Group.
Invocation will be given bj Mrs
Samuel Sakrais preside nt of the
Gn aler Miami Chapters of Hadas
-,ih
Mrs Harvej Cypress i~ presi
lenl of the Chaim Weizmann
Group, and Miss Lillian Goodman,
of the i. r. Goodman Group, Mrs
Alfred Karg is president elect l I
Goodman Hadassah
Mrs. Stern in Recital
Mm Olga Bibor Stern presented
her annual piano recital on Sunday,
May 28, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Louis Goldman, 4485 North
Jefferson ave Mrs. Stern i> a stu-
dent of Prof. Leachitlzky, of Vien-
na, and Prof. Szendy. of the Royal
Academy of Budapest. She ac-
companied leading artists in Car
negie Hall and Aolian Hall in New
York and played in the White
House for the late President Frank
lin D Roosevelt.
the
Mrs. Sc
arrangementa
Braun heat
committee.
Mrs Albert Beraon will install
the Mesdamet Cell Segal . dent. Jacob Raffel and Dorothy
Bott, vice presidents, [da Myers.
recording secretary; Harriet
Greene and Ada Jacobaon, corre-
sponding secretaries; Sol Braun,
financial secretary; ETarrj stone.
treasurer; Bernard Kanter. Fred
Sandier, Blbi Fishman. Moses Mey-
er, Irving Bayer. Shirtay Vinocur
and Gertrude Bott elective Board
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MAY 21. 1954
[apian Named
lent of Beth
im Women
Ling I'- Kaplan, of 383G
, jr., Miami Beach, was in-
Ksijleni 'l Beth Sholom
ai an annual plratfeoa
bn luncheon on Wertnrs-
j ihc Saxony Hotel.
it.n Kronish. spiritual
(repared the poetic script
. narrated. Music was sung
Dr Samuel Kelemer, with
J yi the piano.
Japlan has just finished a
term as president of the
Ler (,I three daughters, ail
| ;U Beth Sholom Religious
sh in active in communal
, on the Beach. She is sec-
the North Beach Elemen-
bol PTA, active in the PTA
jlus .Junior High School;
of the Miami Beach Unit
Cancer Institute at Miami,
l the League of Women
I H n,u B'rith North Shore |
Anna Miller Chapter of
and i- an ardent member
I Belli Sholom Sisterhood
Iroup.
jive <>t Brooklyn, New York.
(plan. Ihe former Sylvia Du-
Bim here in 1918. She is a
of Adelphi College of
i. from which she gradu-
|m laude. Mrs. Kaplan has
|i, private and public schools
York City.
officers installed were
kidents, Mrs. Morris.Alpert,
iseph 1.. Arkin.Mrs^ Wokfie
land Mrs. Arthur Courshon:
ng secretary., Mrs. Samuel
corresponding secretary,
Bchael Merselr financial sec-
|Mrs -Benjamin 9abin;-traas-
Irs. Maurice B. Shein; chap-
Irs Leon Kconirfh.
II secretary,. Mrs. Samuel
tr: directors, the Mesdames
Ipplehaum. Irving Bachrach,
tt. Jack Chutlow, I. A. Dur-
seph Fenias, Charles Gert-,
Lib, r Goldman, F.li Meltzer,
Kelson, Harry Orleans, Hel-i
Ina. Irving Roth man, Joseph
put Fred Snmersteln. Ralph
i Louis Stoff, Max Weitz, Jo-
pfolf. Simon Wolff, Abraham
non.
Mesdames Ralph Benach,
|Bla.sberg. Max Brustein, Bar-
neron. Ralph Cobb, Jacob
an. Emanuel Goldstrich, Har-
l-Greenberg. Daniel Herman,
rs. Morry B. Morris, Donald
|y. Abe Schwartz, Louis Sha
Hyman Silver, Irving Westin,
Wynn, William Yanowitz.
in Babel, Camilla Baum, Sam-
Dckerman. I. C. Greenberg,
Harris, Milton Jacobs, Wal-
KODs, Iteuben Levin, Benja-
landell. Herman Ries, Sidney
krtz. Benjamin Seidler and
?s Silvers.

PAGE 3 B
ELECT
LeROY
COLLINS
GOVERNOR
PULL LEVER 1-A
For Ride to Polls Tuesday Call
Tel. 5-4616 for Collins Courtesy Car
(Political Aiivt. i>->i bv Campaign Fund tor LoRoy Collins
Juliii K. Itlnit. Tn-;is.i_____________________
Lorry L. Siegel (left), chairman of the Child Welfare Commit-
tee of Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, Knights of Pythias, presents
three checks for SI00 each to Israel Abrams. committee pub-
licity chairman and legal counsel. The checks are slated for
St. Joseph Villa, Beth El Hebrew Academy and American So-
ciety for Children and were presented as part of the Roosevelt
Lodge program to aid children's organizations without regard
to religious denomination.
Beth David Schedules Closing Exercise
Sunday; Certificates to be Presented
Mrs. Irene (Nathan) Becker, Mr. Max j I
Bauer and Mr. Henry Berg Recommend
MRS. HELENE J. VOSLOH
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
District 2 Lever 14 A
She hat three ions -two are attending Uni-
versity of Florida, having graduated from
local Junior and Senior High Schools, and
the third in Fourth grade of local Elemen-
tary school. Worked with schools ot Dade
County as a parent tor seven years. Nine
years business experience. The only candi-
date in District 2 to receive newspaper en-
dorsements. For dignity, ability and
mature judgment, vote for MRS HELENE
J. VOSLOH on May 25. 1954. LEVER 14 A.
(I'llId Pol Adv.)
Sunday morning, May 23. at 10
a.m., will be the date for elosing
exercises of the Beth David Sun
day School for the year 1953-54.
Approximately 25 Awards of
^Honor and 150 Certificates will be
presented to students for outstand-
ing achievement during the school
year.
Special Awards of Honor will be
presented to Sandra Schreidell and
Jerry Spector for Perfect Attend-
ance for six consecutive years,
1940-54; Sidney Schreidell for five
consecutive years; and Henry Lu-
cente, Susan Schwartzman, Morris
Spector and Gloria Whitman, for
three consecutive years at Beth
David Sunday School.
The Pus hkoff Scholarship
Awards for outstanding Hebrew
School students will be presented
to Ellen Bolker. fifth year student;
Dale Handshu. fourth year; Jerry
Specjor, third year; John Alterman.
second year; and Joan Brown, first
year.
Presentation will be made by J.
Z. Stadlan. president of the Miami
Chapter of the Histadrut Ivruth Or-
ganization.
Grand prize for attendance at
Sabbath services will also be pre-
sented.
Standard Bearer Custodian Ber-
nard Feinberg and Karon Kantor
will formally transfer the Jewish
and American Flags to newly-ap-
pointed Standard Bearer and Cus-
todian Fred Berney and Boberta
Gordon.
Martin R. Bialow. Ellen Bolker,
Stanley Goldstein, Richard J.
Kosch, Sandra Schreidell and Judy
Weldon, having successfully passed
the entrance examinations for the
Hebrew High School, will be grad-
uated from the Daily Hebrew
School and will receive diplomas.
Having fulfilled the necessary re-
quirements, 40 students of the He-
brew School will receive Certifi-
cates of Bar Mitzvah during the
closing exercises.
Highlight of the morning's activ-
ities wilt feature a presentation by
students of the Sunday School
Choral and Dramatic Groups un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack Don-
nerstag and Miss Sylvia Milgram.
| Auxiliary Social Meeting
rman Bruce Brown POel
Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
. will hold a social meeting on
fesdaj evening, May 36, 8 p.m.,
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz officiating. Subject
of his sermon is scheduled as: "Ju-
venile Delinquency and the Delin-
quent Parent Saturday morning
services are at 8:45 a.m.. when the
Bar Mitzvoth of Sandy Wagner, son
of Mr and Mrs. Daniel Wagner,
and Jeffrey Pitman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Pitman, will take
place. Kabbi Abiamowitz will
preach on the Weekly Portion. Can-
tor Edward Klein will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Daily services are at 7:45 a.m. and
at 6:45 p.m.
*
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehr
man officiating. The Rabbi will dis
cuss. 'The Arithmetic of Life."
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when the sermon will high-
light the Weekly Portion The Bar
Mitzvoth of Alan, son of Mr and
dos. Daily services are at 7:30 am.
and 6:30 p.m

COAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Prida) evening wm
lees at 8 1") p.m, Kahbi .Morn- Skop
| will officiate and preach on the
topic: -Kabbi A k I b ;i Three
I Loves."' Saturday njorning services
.ire at 10 am when members nl
the 1954 Confirmation Class will as
sis) Rabbi Skop. Included are Su
zette Amberaon, George Barish,
Francis Brenner. Jo Ann Brodkey,
Alvin C'app. Brona F Cohen, Ann
Kluvitz. Beverly Peldstein, Susan
Gelernter, Bette Gerson, Alan Ma
gida, Phyllis Platt. Lillian Rubin
and Shirah Rannah Sktjp.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services I
at 815 p.m. Rabbi Harr\ Kttinger
will officiate and honor Joel Mil-
ler and Kenneth (ioodnch. whose
Bar Mitzvah will take place during |
the Saturday morning services
., ,. : : ----- me aaiuraav morning services
rw Hl'"r,lra::U,r; and Sr "iSubJed Of Rabb. Bttinger's sermon
0 Mrs I heln.a Workman, wdl take I js sc.hedu,pd a>: ..H,r MlI/v,h
place during the service. Daily
services are in the chapel at 8 am
and 6 45 p.m Cantor Philip Brum-
mer renders the
>i the liturg]
musical portions
The Beginning or the End Cantor
Ben (Jrossberg will chant the litur
gical portions of the services
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
mid Friday evening services ; 6:30 p.m Saturday morning sen
i es are .it 8 30 ;i m Rabbi Shmar-
ahu Swirskj will officiate and
on the i \\ hen Life
it- !' i Hi- A class in
n ud will be at 5 p m. with
Mincha scheduled for i'< p m Shalos
and .i discussion oi lh<
Zohi i lude the Sabbath
i antor Nathan Zeich
i w ill render the musical por
- "i the liturg) Junior services
\> ademj Hall al 10 a m
ISRAELITE CENTER uill hold '
.rid,i'. ii. ning -i r\ ice- ;it t; 45 p m
Saturdaj morning services are at 8
m Rabbi Morton Malavsk) vuli
officiate and preach on the Weekly
Portion Cantor Samuel Salkow will
under the musical portions of the
liturgj Mincha is al 645 p m fol-
lowed bj Shalos Seudos
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Fridaj evening services
at 6:45 p m Saturday morning sen
nes are at 830 a.m. Rabin Moses
Meschelofl will officiate and
preach on the Weekly Portion
Junior sen ices are at 9am. under
the direction ol Benjamin Kaminet
iky. Kiddush will i>. served t>\ the
Sisterhood, with Mrs Abraham
Bergman and Mrs Aaron Weingar
ten acting as hostesses Mincha is
1 6 45 p m followed by Shalos
Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will
peak Daily services are al 7 30
a m and 645 and 7:15 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services ;,t
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the topic
" Reform Judaism Past. Present
and Future A general discussion
will follow the service.
a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold services Saturday
at 8:30 a.m.. when Alan Sacharoff
son of Mr and Mrs Louis Sachar-
off, 1510 Jefferson ave. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saul Meringoff.
president, will address the Bar
Mitzvah in connection with the
third book ol Moses Louis Dubin
will conduct a class in the Talmud
at 3 pm Mincha is at r>:15 p.m.
Host tor Shalos Seudos is Ely Gech
man.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE center will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p.m. Me
n.on.11 prayers will be recited S.it
urda\ morning lerVieea are at .
a.m.
MIAMI HEBEW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services ,,t 630 p m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
Statutes and Commandments''
Cantor Berele Kelemer will ren
der the musical portions of the lit
urgy. A class in Mishna is sched-
uled for 5:30 p.m., and will be fol-
lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu-
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services al
630 pm. Saturda) morning services
will include the double Bar MltZ
vah of Arnold, sun oi Mr and Mrs
Arthur sheir. and Norman, son ol
Mr. and Mrs Isidor Weinberg
Floral offerings will be i>\ Mr and
Mr- Sheir and Mr and Mrs w ein
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can
tor Maurice Mamches will offi
(I.ile
HEBREW ACADEMY will bold
Frida) evening service al 6 40 p m
Saturdaj morning services are .it !i
am. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
officiate and preach on the Week
ly Portion Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday
morning services are scheduled for
8 a 111 Daily services will be at 7:30
I in and 6:45 p.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Fridaj evening services at 6:45
pm with Rev Leo Helm officiat-
ing Saturday morning services are
.it 0 ., in when Rev Helm will dis-
,n-- tin Weekly Portion and chant
the Liturg) Mincha will be at 6:30
pm. followed by Shalos Seudos
sponsored h> Mr and Mrs. Ilyman
(overman Maan\ will conclude
tin Sabbath obsenance at 7:15
p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. when,
Evelyn Ronnie, daughter of Mr.
i and Mrs Ralph Hutt. will become
i Bas Mltsvah Evelyn will partici
, pate in the service and deliver a
sermonette Rabbi David Shapiro
will officiate and preach on the
topic "The Shining Light That
Grows Into a Perfect Day." Cantor
Joseph W Malek will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
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direct the Temple Choir. The Hutts
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services Saturday morning services
are at 9 a nv. when Rabbi Shapiro
will preach on the Weekly Por-
tion Daily services are at 9 a.m.

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I"n "ii ol Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
Fleisher, and Arthur Paul, son of
Mr and Mrs (ius August, will take
place Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
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liturgj.
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Fifth Amendment Doesn't Prove Disloyalty-Taylor
FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1954
NEJW YORKThe Fifth Amend- of Senator McCarthy's disregard
ment is a valuable principle of and contempt for the Conttitution
American justice, and the fact that fn _......,. i law and justice is that ol :i political-
an individual pleads ,t before Con- ambltlous anarcnlst
gressional investibating commit-1 Mr Tav|r ilso stacked some
tees -does not prove either that <(th,.r investigating committees
1!!.al or subver- which "seem to he more anxious
sive, Telford Taylor. Brigadier find wltneMes whn can be fore
General retired. Chief Allied Pros- ed pi,.;i(1 ,ht. FlfIh Amendment
ecutor at the Nuremberg War tnan btajn an>W(.rs ,,, ,(,,-
Crimes Trials, told a conference of questions. This is also an abuse of
the American Jewish Congress- In- tne investigative power, the onlv
stitute on Civil Liberties held at legitimate purpose of which is to
the Stephen Wise Congress House obtaln Information for the Cm
here. !gre
Speaking on the question. '"Is the i In discussing the privilege
Fifth Amendment Being Misused0'' against self incrimination, as em- \
Mr. Taylor was particularly criti- bodied in the Fifth Amendment.
cal on this score of Senator Joseph Mr. Taylor pointed out that the I
McCarty > investigating sub-corn- prfvilefe has been "distorted and
mittee. which, he said, "has tried abused'' not only by Congressional;
to brand everyone who has pleaded investigating committees, but also
the Fifth Amendment before it as by some witnesses called before |
a proven Communist." This atti- these committees. Many witness. .
tilde, he said, "is entirely typical he said, have pled the Fifth
, Amendment who are not entitled to
I its protection, through "mdaunder
standing or had legal advice.' as,
ior example, when witnesses plead
the Fifth Amendment "as a form ol
protest" against inv< stigating com
mittee abuses "rile witness who
believes that an investigatinf
mittees is exceeding its lawful pow-
ers and often there Mr good
grounds for this belief." Mr Taylor
declared, "should openly challenge
tha committees authority to ash
the question and should not hide
behind the Fifth Amendment."
Other witnesses, he aiMcd. "have
invoked the Fifth Amendment siffl
p]\ because they did nut wish to
undergo the strain or embarrass
ment of a public hearing, but the
Fifth Amendment was not intend
ed to relieve witnesses of fear or
discomfort."
Mr. Taylor said he w la "entirely
in agreement" with th; policy re-
cently adopted by the l.'nited Auto
mobile Workers, under which the
Union's members have been urged
int to m\oke the Fifth Amend
ment if called to testily before the
Un-American Activities Commit-
tee, "but which recognizes thai in
-ome case-, there may be a good
reason
Mr ia>lor emphasised that the
bill currentl) pending in < ongre
to grant immunity to witnesses ap
pearing before Congressional in-
vestigations "requires careful safe
I'uariis. or it will do more harm
than good." In order to prevent I
abuse bj irresponsible commit .
tees." he added. "I believe thai im-i
munity should be granted only by
action of the House or Senate. The
Attorney General should be con
suited in all cases, and, if he ap-
proves the House or Senate ought
to be empowered to grant immu-
nity by a simple majority of those
voting However, if the Attorney
General recommends against the
Dawn Grossman, Stanley
Greenberg Win Contest Here
Two students received top hon
ors in the recent city-wide contest
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education on the topic. "What
the State of Israel Means to M
Religious School students of some ;
ten schools in the area entered es-
says and works of art in the two '
categories. A Bureau committee
selected winners from among the'
top entries made by local princi-
pals and spiritual leaders repre-
senting their schools.
Dawn Beth Grossman, of Tem-
ple F.manu El. and Stanley Green
berg, of Temple Beth Sholom. were
named first prize winners in the
two categories. Dawn is the daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Murry Gross-
man. 3500 SW 8th st She will be
confirmed atTemple Emanu-El in
June and is a ninth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High School.
Stanley, who won top honors in
the Art category, is the son of Mr. '
and Mr- Irving (.r'cenberg. 645
West avi Hi- has been attending
Temple Beth Sholom Religious
School tor the past three yean
The 12-year-old winner is a sev-
enth gri|p pupil hi Ida M Flutter
Junior High School.
'd second prizr winner in
r*y 1'iinlenl w
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of our people, because our people
have today what they did not have
in 1933 or even 1943. they have a
haven, a place to go to. a place
where they will be received with
open hearts and arms,They have
Israel!!
And I. as an American. I too have
a share in Israel Not only because
I contribute to the JNF or CIA or
Keren Ann. etc. This is very lm
portant. hut it is not the most im-
portant. I have a share in Israel be-
cause it is. as I have already men-
tioned, .the birthplace of my faith,
and today it is the homeland of my
brethren whose language I am
learning to speak, whose songs and
dances I am trying to learn and
enjoy.
Israel to me. is the reason why I
can walk with my head up high,
with pride, because my brethren
have proved to the world, the world
that looked down upon us as a
frightened weak nation, lacking in
self respect, my brethren in Israel
proved to the world that the Jew
is not weak, that we can fight for
our rights, for our freedom and for
justice to all mankind True we
are people of peace. Shalom is a
word that we use much in our
everyday life, we pray tor peace
w.- hope for peace, but not peace !
an) price
Remember the Haganabl 'today
it la, thank God. part of the official
army of i he State 01 Israel, but not
Inn loon "K>. the ll:iK-itmlt Wils
grant, then it should hi- extended
only by vote ol a majority ol tin
ent ire membership "
C Dickerman Williams, former
general counsel ol the U.S D,
partmenl of Commerce and chair
man ol its Loyalty Appeals Board
who also spoke at the UCongress
Institute, pointed to the "disagree
ment" among legal expert-, the
"confusion among witnesses." and
the frustration" experienced by
law enforcement authorities, re
garding the occasions when the
rilth Amendment ma) properly be
invoked, the inferences which may
lie drawn, and the action which
may be taken when it is invoked
"When similar situations devel
oped at earlier times in our his
tory." Mr. Williams said, the so-
lution proved to be legislation
granting immunity to witnesses
from criminal prosecution but re-
quiring that they testify In my
opinion." he concluded, "this rem
edy should be applied again
The Hon. Justine Wise Polier,
Justice of the Domestic Relations
Court of New York City and na
tional president of AJCongress'
Women's Division, served as mod-
erator of last evening's conference,
which was the fourth and final in
a series devoted to critical civil
liberties issues cofronting Ameri-
cans today
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University Plans
Workshop in
Oaxaca, Mexico
The University of Miami will
again hold a six-weeks summer
school in Oaxaca. Mexico, begin-
ning June 12 anil ending July 24.
The workshop, a part of the reg
ular summer school of the Cniver
sity of Miami, is designed to give
students a chance at first hand
knowledge of the cultures and
language of Mexico and to study in
surroundings illustrating concrete
ly the subject matter presented in
the academic courses Registration
will be limited to 59 -indents
Oaxaca, capital ol the state ol
Hypnotist to Appear
Am.i/oi:'. l>r Maurice, hypo,.list
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Pledge to Stand Firm on
Immigration for Israel
Robert H. Fite was named
president and general man-
ager of Florida Power & Light
Company at the quarterly
meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors held in Miami this week.
He succeeds McGregor Smith
who was elected chairman of
the Board, a position provid-
ed for in the by-laws but here-
tofore not filled.
NEW YORK JTAi A declara-
tion thai "I-rael will stand firm on
its polic] ol unlimited immigra-
tion was made tonight by Moshe
shapno. Minister oi Religions and
Social Welfare He asserted that
"recent advice that Israel curtail
l!..... immigration to allay Arab
fe its strike* at the very heart of-
the Jew i-h State "
"The inalienable nuht of e ,ch
Miss Ronson to Sing
For Hospitalized Vets
Teresa Ronson, dramatic so-'
prano, w is this week requested by
the Dade Chapter of American Red
Cross to present a program tor the
patients of It;.- Veterans Hospital
at i oral Gables.
Miss RotlSOn is a veteran ol the
United state- Navj and worked
with neuiop-vchiatric patients, us-
ing music therapy She was a mem-
ber of the Hospital Corps
Since her discharge from serv-
ile, Miss Ronson attended Julliard
School of Music and was a mem
ier oi the American Theater Wing.
Miss Ronson has planned a var-
ied program, including popular
songs and standard classics
Jew to settle in Israel is one of the
fundamental principles upon which
the Jewish State was established,
and the policy of the 'ingathering
of the exiles' was among the first
proclaimed by Israel," he declared,
addressing 900 guests at an Israel
Independence Day banquet at Hotel
Commodore, arranged by the Ha-
poei Hamizrachi, the Orthodox
Zionist laborite party.
Pointing out that the citizens of
the Jewish State have endured ex-
treme hardships only for the pur-
pose of absorbing their co-religion-
ists, the Israeli Minister asked.
"Should a country be penalized for
such a humane endeavor?" He
added that America, more than
any other country, should under-
stand this attitude.
"Certainly, Israel's policy is in
consonance with that of the found-
ing fathers of the US, themselves
refugees, who established a liberal
program on immigration," be not-
ed. He labeled the fears of Israel's
expansion as "groundless." "As a
matter of fact." he said, "we have
offered to sign long-term peace
agreements with the Arab coun-
tries, but they have consistently re-
fused to even enter into any dis-
cussions on peace."
Oaxaca. is located 343 miles s,,uth
east of Mexico City in a high "al-
ley 5.000 feet above sea level and
is a pre Conquest Zapotec and Mix-
tec city
The group of students regis-
tered for the Oaxaca Workshop
will leave Miami under the guid-
ance of two members of the facui j
ly, via Guest Airways, on Saturday, j
June 12 at 4 p m They will arrive j
the same evening in Mexico City
where they will spend thy night '
in a first class hotel. Leaving early ;
tne next morning by plane, they
will land in Oaxaca in mid-morning
and be taken to the headquarters
of the school at the Hotel Rancho
San Felipe, Just outside of thejew n
itself
Classes will start on Monday,
June 14. and end on Fridaj. Julj
LM
Overall chargi for the Oaxaca
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round trip by mr Miami Oaxaca, all
hotel rooms uncl meals while en ,
route, board and room In Oaxaaa. J

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The State ol Israel moans l an ancient prophecy of the Bible
come truethe glorious achieve-
ment, in my lifetime, of ihe return
by the children of Israel to their
historic homeland.
As far back as I can recall. Pal-
estine was a word that was spoken
in a soft, dreamy sort of a tone and
with much reverence. In religious
school it took on a deep religious
meaning. At home, it seemed some-
what closer and more personal.
When Israel came into being, it
was as though the dream had come
true. Suddenly the names of val-
leys, streams and towns mentioned
in the Bible began to take on a new
meaning for me. Here was the an-
cient past suddenly finding itself
in the present. These same names
in the Bible were now being linked
with the largest migration of hu-
man beings in history who were re
turning to the land of their father-
after centuries ol time.
Many times I have heard it said I
that the environment at home j
molds and shapes the character. |
ideals and thinking of the child.
The spoken word, the expression ol
opinion and the debate as looked
upon and listened to by the child
at home, is no doubt the founda-
tion upon which the future shape
of the child takes place.
My parents bein3 ardent Zion-
ists, it was small wonder that 1 be-
gan to find myself watching the
newspapers and magazines for
stories about the State of Israel. I
began to ask my parents questions
and to partake in discussions.
How tragic the persecution of
the Jews'. By word and picture I
saw the steady stream of suffering
group with its own language. t<- Jt means the birthplace of our'r.ir! TnnT \mrnrnn-* win
own culture, its own customs; look-1 people, our Torah. Israel to me i- stand ready to hold out a helping
ins with wonder upon each other (he land oi milk and honey, the hand to this onlj democracy in the
and the land of their dreams. j land where the grass is greener and middle Bast
To me the Bible and the State the sky bluer. Israel i- the land. All this of course, makes me feel
of Israel is H one. To believe in I where theie is singing. Joyful sing-
one is to believe in the other. For j ing. singing of God. the Torah and
nearly twenty centuries. Jews had j of the land. This is all very impor-
waited to rebuild their Homeland tant.
In prayer and in song, in story and But it is not tht only reason why
in legend, in law and in custom, | Israel is so important to me. Is-
Jews have kept alive the hope of j rael, means freedom. Freedom for
returning to Zion. No amount of | all the oppressed Jewish people of
the world. No longer can a Hitler
suffering could destroy this yearn-
ing. If it were not for the dream of
rebuilding the Homeland, the Jew-
ish people would perhaps have dis-
appeared long ago.
The State of Israel means to me
a fulfillment of the dreams, the
hopes, the prayers of our people.
It, means the establishment of a
legal home. It means new life and
hope for the oppressed of our peo-
ple. It means that by example Is-
rael can show its neighbors how
democracy in action will best keep
the peace and dignity in the Mid-
dle Fast.
Most of all the State of Israel
means to me that God has shown us
the way to courage, hope, prayer
and devotion. Courage to face the
day; hope for peace and happiness;
prayer for guidance; and devotion
to God and his way of life.
rise to power and kill six millions I home.
very proud, and I desire more than .
ever to have the opportunity to,
visit this wonderiul -indent modern ]
land.
It is the land where I shall meet
no stranger, and if God willing,
the day will come when I can take
this much desired trip to the land
of Israel. I shall find myself at
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Letters To The Editor
Editor, TMc Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's recent editorial of
Friday, May 7. with its reference
to the American Christian Pales-
tine Committee and the Zionist
Council of South Florida is shame-
ful in the disservice done to both
of the above organisations and the
dedicated personalities therein.
There is so much urgent work to
do that this writer would not take
valuable time to deign an aBSWCI
were it not for the inaccuracies m
the above mentioned editorial
One charge which must be MSWCr
ed is Mindlin's attack of the Amer-
ican Christian Palestine Committee
up of Professional Zionist! whOM
ideals pay them well." The gnat
numbers of local and national
Christian friends whose heroic ef-
forts on behalf of Israel are so
well known gives the lie to Mind
lin's outrageous statements
We take this opportunity to
again record our gratitude in the
i.....iteration given to the Zionist
Council locally and nationally by
these same Christian leaders. We
shall continue to welcome and to
k their friendship and help at
and its leadership whin he stales (jj |jm,,s \\,. hope they will con-
and falsely, "the American Chris-1thme t" give it as freely in the
tian Palestine Committee is made ftn. -,v they have so unselfishly
' and inspiftngly in the past. Mind-
lin could learn a great deal from
these Christians
The very Christians he attacks
know infinitely more than he of
Zionist Council, the American
Christian Palestine Committee and
Israel. They bring to all of these
n understanding, idealism and
compassion through their own
study and acceptance of the entire
complex problem.
Mrs George M. Cohen
Chairman, Zionist Council
of South Florida
ED. Mr. Mindlin's specific
statement Wtt that some of
ACPC'i members nationally are
among those foremost profession
al Zionist" whose ideals pay them
well lh< misquotation publish
ed ai)o\,- Implies that all ACPC
members are professional" Zi-
onists, which is not in accord
with the text of Mr Mindlin's
column appearing last May 7.
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ELECT
JOHN B.
ORR, Jr.
State Representative
Group 2
SERVICE to Dad* County is his destiny ess a member of a
pioneer family whose members nave bem leaders for civic
betterment here for over 40 years.
Born and schooled here and a practicing lawyer, he's led
the fight to bring Dade its fair shore of tax monies through
additional representation in the legislature.
IT'S TiME WE PI T Of R ORR IX
and fought for the tttrong voirp
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Builders of Immqrtal
Memorials for the
inar> r> nan
Jewish Trade
Look /or the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
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FRIDAY,
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MAT,
Regular meeting of the Dynamic Mrs Shirley
r-.w-holngical Society of Greater "Positive Auto ^
Miami will be held Frida>. May 21 Herbert h,,i. Su8*i
8 p.m.. st the home of jttr. and in dr>ma"* Si
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LET'S KEEPTHli
OUR
GOVIRNOS
No Matter
What They Tell You
A state tax commission
WILL threaten your
Homestead Exemption!!
CHARLEY JOHNS is opposed to a Ska!
Tax Commissiop. His opponent FAVOBS]
a State Tax Commission.
No matter how CHARLEY JOHNS' op.]
ponent and his supporters try to explain i I
away, a State Tax Commission WILL S(
DANGER your Homestead Exemption. lm
ask your local City or County Tax Assesw
and see what he says.
A State Tax Commission will cental
more power in Tallahassee ... take away
authority from local government. Such a]
commission could immediately or in tne
future raise your homestead assessment to
the point where your Homestead Exenp-
tion benefits would be wiped out.
That's ONE GREAT BIG REASON te
supporting and voting for CHARLEY
JOHNS for GOVERNOR.
Home Folks Big Vote
Tells Important Story
What the home folks think about a a*
didate tells a lot. CHARLEY JOHNS J
ceived 91.73% of all votes cast in his host
Senatorial District. His opponent received
less than 50% of the votes cast in his Sen*
torial District.
Still Another Reason
ROADS CHARLEY JOHNS' Acton
Rood Board has inaugurated the grefli
road-and-bridge buUding progranvin *
da's history. More than $100,000,000 M
pent on Florida's rc^d-buildingdunM
1954. The money to pay for this great PJ
gram is available. The work Wiw
DONE. You can see a lot of it under *
right now. _*
There are many other reasons w
port CHARLEY JOHNS. He's a Man*
tion. well qualified for the olllceLvtfl
nor. Support and vote lor W^
JOHNS for GOVERNOR.
CE0RCE W. W*?
Campai9 Irt*
Slat*
JEROME JOHNS
Stale Campaign Mar.
(Paid Political Adv
Protect Your Homestead Exemption
v CHARLEY JOHNS*-'


, MAY 21 1954
iheinter to
Xorth
iLodge
tinorablp George E. Holt,
riuit Judge of Dade Coun-
F guest speaker at the an-
Eallation banquet of the
Core Lodge of B'nai B'rith
b\. Maj 23, in the Sche-
'Koom of the Hotel Al-
Wilson, chairman of the
[iiiinnuneed.
|00 persons are expected
(the banquet that will see
[ Mannheimer installed for
I term sa president of the
Son. Other officers being
[at the affair, which is
& for 7 p.m., include David
Berome Greene, Tobias Si-
*k Wein, vice presidents;
pion, serving his second
treasurer; James D. Leven-
responding secretary; S.
-Berkley, recording secre-
Uvin J. Richard, financial
fc: Harry Goldberg, guard-
IJulius Seigal, warden.
^J**lsl>Fk)rlcltogj
Kill OMvrtt
Vrotpvtion
jrobe change, like a weath-
c Is a tonic for anyone's
[But morale suffers slight
iman begins to wonder
nmcr storage and whether
k> give complete protection.
I al-o the problem of cor-
ing and the use of air-
I lie real nuisance is
III odor" or rather was
luisam
Is to modern science, to-
Imemaker can spray away
lubles for as little as 08c
That's the price of a
Real-Kill Moth Proofer
bul a flick of the
l>!> its effective, oclor-
linli'-- mist. The manufac-
fclually Ruarantees protec-
linst costly moth damage
lull year when used accord-
Irections,
pportant ingredient of the
is DDT. Recently, U.S.
sts proved that DDT gave
garments 100 percent pro-
moth damage after
Fidelman Succeeds Hy Morris
Ai Israelife Center President
den, oreS,heid.elma,n is new P"
ueni of the Israelite Center- He
was named to office a, elections
held here on May 4 e,ec,,ons
ben!SLnfmed Wcre Albert *
bea, first vice president; Max Par-
< ol nTnHd V'Ce PMti Harry
Goun, third vice president.
VSR St'hiff' financiul ^retary;
Winni c'T' r"c"r(l,n >"cretary
W nnic Sirkus, corresponding sec-
retary; Philip Barocas. treasurer;
nd Irving Sperling, parliamentar-
Hull
Outgoing officers are Hy Mor-
ns, president; David Granat, first
vice president; Charles Fidelman,
second vice president; Robert Beck-
er, third vice president; Albert
Weinberg, financial secretary; Lil-
ban Becker, recording secretary
Minnie Pearl, corresponding secre-
tary; and Irving Sperling, parlia-
mentarian.
Plans are being formulated for
an installation of officers to be
held on Tuesday, June 1
PAGE 9H
[year, while garments treat
napthalene old-fashion-
1 balls showed 70 percent
after the same period of
spring, you can store your
PMlens in a closed closet
Pey've been properly spray-
\ wget them till fall. But
er to spray until moist. Pay
jr attention to seams, folds
V* What about your other
tnfr that are subject to
image-' it means better pro-
I'or them than ever before.
|yu can safeguard draper-
""Pet.s and furniture, too.
prpets, especially in cor-
fa under furniture where
re more apt to feed. On
r,,|i furniture, be sure to
corners ;,nd crevices. And
I/r> about stains. The best
C5 seh as Real-Kill Moth
"' odorless and non-stain-
le;*n the most delicate fab*
I hMoh E. RockorrtT
";chign ATMm#
^nu B..ch
Maule Employees
Form Credit Union
An employee Credit Union is
now in company-wide operation at
Maule Industries. Inc., South Flor-
ida building supply house with
Plants and sales offices in both
Dade and Broward Counties. First
payments into this new Credit
Union were made by employees on
Friday. May 7.
Operating under a charter grant-
ad in Tallahassee on March I. 1054.
by State Comptroller Clarence M.
Ma' credit Union provides two-
fold benefits for Maule's approxi-
mately 1.000 employees. It assists
employees in establishing and
maintaining a regular savings pro-
gram, while at the same time pro-
viding them with a source of low-
interest credit for use when
needed.
Employees who wish to join the
Credit Union pay a twenty-five cent
membership fee. An amount speci-
fied by the employee is then de-
ducte from each pay check and
credited to the employee's account.
All requests for loans are passed
upon by the Credit Committee, a
committee comprising fellow em-
ployees elected by the membership.
Employees, elected officers and
Board of directors of the new
Maule Credit Union are William
Bitter, Jr., president; Albert R.
Graziano, vice president; Jane Hol-j
man. secretary; Philip J. I.ombardo.
treasurer. The Credit Committee J
consists of E. T. Maule, chairman;
E. J. Schneider, secretary; and
Paul Gearin. member. The Super-
visory Committee consists of R. C. ;
Faher. chairman; Larry Fisk. sec-
retary; and D. J. Kelly, member.
Charter members of the Credit
Union, each of whom was selected
to represent the employees of a
different Maule plant or operation,
include Charley Brown. Prospect
Plant; Blinn A. Buell, Jr., Wilton
Manors Plant; Jacob Davis, River
Yard; Boy B. DeGrass. Red Road
Plant; H. F. Moringstar. Miami
Beach Plant; Frank J. Peirce. 54th
st. Warehouse; Basil Pendarvis,
Tropical Plant; and Harold Bau-
man. Miami Beach Plant.
Miami Convalescent Homo
LEO ALLEN. Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phonee 8-8437 and 9-0271
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nurin8 Serv
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LIFE INSURANCE" NEEDS
Metropolitan Life ln Co.
007 Biscayne Bldg.
1 W. Flagler St.
THEY RECOMMEND YOU
ELECT
'
Tom Lee
YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group 2
THE MIAMI HERALD
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Donald MacKenzie
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PAGE 10 B
jkW#> n^rHl^r
Concert to Honor
Channah Spector
Concert honoring the open
the Channah Spector Maternity
Hospital in Rehovoth, Israel, will
be held on Saturday evening, May
29, 8::i<> p.m., at Hibiscus U
Auditorium.
L'nder the auspices at Jacob
Schacfttar, director oi thr> Jewish
\ ariet] Hour beard here over sta
iion VVMBM. the eonceit will tea
lure Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, child
cantor Irving Kclemer. Robert
Strasaborg, Histadrut Choir under
the direction of Miss Ruth Brot
man, Cantor Irving Robinson, Miss
Donna Makovsky and renowned
Broadway and motion picture BC
tress Miss Clara Langsner
Miami Beach City Councilman
Harold Turk will ad as master of I
ceremonies. Guests ol honor will
include Mayors Abe AronoviU and
Harold Shapiro.
The concert will memorialize
< hannah Spector. former New York
Jewish commentator, who worked
lor the welfare of the orphan- ol
Europe. The late Miss Spector
helped bring thousands ol home
less and parentle-.- children into
Israel.
Two years ago. on a prolonged
' i-it with them in the Jewish
State, -he passed away suddenl)
;.nd is buried on the site of the
i rphanage she helped found
The hospital now opening at Re
hovoth and bearing her name will
include a room built through the
linancial assistance of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami.
funds lor which were gathered by
a campaign launched on Schach-
ler't Variet] Hour.
Mayor Shapiro will unveil I
plaque to be sent to Israel and
which will mark the site dedicat-
ed by Miami Jewry A similar cere- '
mony is slated to take place in
New York City on May 26. when
Mrs Robert F Wagner, wife of the
Mayor, will also present a plaque
to the maternity hospital in the
name of the New York Jewish com
munity.
oftfy
New officers of Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha iassah are (left to right) the Mesdamei Jack
Bernstein, financial secretary; Barnett Mindel. corresponding secretary; Joseph Smith, treasur-
er; Ada Joseph, parliamentarian; Samuel Sale ais president of the Greater "Miami Chapter of
Hadcssah and installing officer; Benjamin A. Gladwin, president; Joseph Shapiro, retiring
president and honorary vice president; Joseph Littman, vice president of membership; Sam-
uel Fuchs. v'ce president of education; Sanford Jacobson, vice president of program. Not
appealing are Mis. Ben Alpern. vice president of ways and means; and Mrs. Adolph Levun-
tin. recording secretary. ______________________________
htW
"*
I?> In .Sli
t>
Itigifl l<>oiiomv
Having been elected five times
by the voter- of Hade County. YV
D. "Bill" Joyce"- platform will be
to continue to buy from local mer-
chants and manufacturers on .< fail
competitive basis, to bu) more for
the tax dollars, rigid economj and
cooperation with all county depart
ments
The Purchasing. Agent candidate
emphasized this week that he i-
fully qualified through many years!
of experience to carry out these
function- for the best interest- of
the taxpayers of Dade County "
Joyce further stated that "in j
view of the rapid growth of Dade
County, the job of purchasing in-
telligently and wisely has become |
one of major importance to the)
community, as a large portion of j
the tax dollar is spent through the |
purchasing off.ee
The candidate is Past Post Com
mander of the American Legion
and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The late Miss Spector was the an ac,lv*' member of the Military
-i-ter of Shushannah Spector. mem 0rd**r "' World Wars. Forty and
bar of the faculty at the Hebrew E'8hl> I'urple Heart, Third Divi-
Vcademy here sl,,n Society. Klks and Moose
__________________ ( Lodges. Lions, South Florida Ang
Council of Jewish Women
Offers Scholarship to U of M
Greater Miami Section. Natk nal
I OUncil Of Jewish Women, ha- an
nounced that applications are now
taken for two loan scholar
-hip- offered student- wishing to
attend the University of Miami.
Applicant- mu-t have been resi-
st the Miami area for at leas'
two years and must be unable to
finance their own education They
lu-t show that they have gradu
ted in the upper third ol then
Application- should lie made by
i to the Council offta 139 N\\
3rd ave Miami
lers Club, a member of the Mu
nicipal Finance Officers Associa-
tion of the I'nited States and was
preaident of the National Conven-
tion of Veterans of Foreign War-
held in Miami in 1949. United Com-
mercial Travelers, Young Demo-
cratic Club ol Dade County. Con-
federate Air Force and the Clem-
ent I. Theed Post ol the American
i ion.
Sisterhood to Meet
Si-terhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
it- fir-t Board meeting of the new
term on Tuesday May 25. at 1 p.m..
it has been announced by Mrs
Robert Schweitzer, president
Mrs. ilrn-Hauim
Is Miami Visitor
Mrs Zipporah Ben-Hayim spent
the recent holidays with her un
cle and family, the Simon Seidens.
of 503 SW 17th ave. Seiden is di-
rector of the Jewish Forum on the
. Air.
A r r iv i ng by
plane from Knox-
ville. Tenn Mrs.
Ben-Hayim join-
ed her uncle
ifter a separation
of 20 years. She
- the daughter
if Seiden's broth
r. Mendel Sei-
len. and left Po-
.and in April
Un. en-M.yi* 1934. to pioneer
in what was then
Palestine.
Wife of Prof. Zev Ben-Hayim. of
the Hebrew University faculty, she
i- the mother of two sabra daugh-
ters. Go/el and Zhova. and is di-
rector of the Israel Education De-
partment and Extension Service.
Mrs. Ben-lLiyini is now on a
Foreign Operations Mission in the
United States for studies of eco-
nomics and agriculture. The agri-
cultural engineer said that "I've
come here to see your ways .of
training leaders and to 'translate'
for them our needs."
Mrs Ben-Hayim has already-
visited the New York State College
of Economics nt Cornell University
in Ithaca, as well as centers in Chi
cago and New York City. On her
let urn to Israel in June, she plans
to stop over in England. Italy and
Greece.
I WANT MY MILK
rt.58.7Hl
Di
Re-E/ecf
William D. "Bill"
JOYCE
YOUR DADE COUNTY
PURCHASING
AGENT
with NEVER a breath at
scandal
nor any adms* criticism.
I bV always followed the simple rile Ti
mosey it public money, years, and mine. An e.
ficient, business-like, honest County rurchosinq
Agent iove ear TjBSjat.
Great sayings have resulted through:
1. Quality purchases.
2. Centralised buying.
3. Modern Methods of purchasing and accounting.
4. Coordination with all County Departments concerned
5. Buying the best merchandise at the lowest price.
Price and quality being equal. I will continue to buy from local
businesses and manuiacturers.
YOU* INSPECTION OF OU *CODS IS WELCOME
free.' oecounrliio It mode tack ear. A.alfi and inietcrlont sex brcaM
eaJy werrfi of eralte.
CUTS RE-ELECT JOYCE
H Pel II,
Another Jewish Cemetery
Desecrated in Germany
FRANKFURT iJTAiA number
of tombstones were toppled over
this week in the second desecration
of the Jewish cemetery' of Aslar,
near I.imburg. The local police in
the Haaae town are investigating
the incident
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!AY 21. 1954
irm
>d Here
Talianoff, Bertram C.
p Charles H. Greenberg
the formation, effective
4 of the firm of Talian-
r and Greenberg for the
fcjctice of law, with of-
BO Lincoln Road, Miami
r well known in civic
Unity activities in this ar-
ember of the New York
,. as the Florida Bar,
nilted to practice before
-me Court of the United
{graduate of Cornell Uni-
L Brooklyn Law School,
[is past president of Mi-
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is
Idenl of Temple Emanu-
bairman of the Board of
la Regional Office of the
nation League.
Ilso a member of the Na-
unission of the Anti-Def-
eague,
c. Waller, a graduate of
Lriit) of Chicago and a
lot both the Iillinois and
nrs. has been a practicing
JJver 20 years. A longtime
lot Miami Beach, Waller
Lbcr "f the Board of the
Eh of Temple Beth Sholom
pliati'd with Miami Beach
[ B'nai B'rith.
It Greenberg, holder of
le,.. of BA and LLB from
fersity of Florida, was ad-
i the Florida Bar and the
Bar in February. 1952. He
Jed with Knights of Pyth-
E B'rith and Temple Beth
Gttrqt I. Talianolf
LEGAL NOTICE-
LEGAL NOTICE
-JenlstFkrldirtr
NOT'CE rVJKKU!?0"
p^g^fe ram
hllin*HH iinHiir Ik. #c..i.; *"' "
NOTICE TO CREOiTOPa
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES? COURT
JN AND FOR BADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No 32792 8
In Ke: ESTATE OK
-R9HJWEIN8TEIN. Deceased
T.> All i redltors ami All Persona Hav-
i."5, "" "r Uem"n,l Against Said
I .si i i < .
You, anil each
" t<
notified and required to present any
OtaJma and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of RONK WEINMTEIN
late of l>ade Count)
d.....11
Bald Halm*
the legal ad-
and t, be iworn
aforesaid, or same
>r demands to contain
dress of the claimant
to and presented as
"ill be barred.
Date Mav 17. A I 1854
MORRIh \\ EINSTEIN
As Bsecutoi of the Lai l
and T. Htameni of
TURK ^IwW* ........"-'"
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Heart! Kin
t/Il-28 i-ii
BFICATE OF CORPORATE
I DISSOLUTION
IHE NAME AND BY THE
HORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
| T(i U II,,\| THESE PRKS-
HALL CoME, IIP.KKTINCS:
III I' Kl IVNBR,
MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA
K MAXNHEIMBR,
MIAMI IIEACH, FI.ORIDA
|t- KKI.L" ii K,
MIAMI IIEACH, PUORIDA
' IMh da) of Xnvrmlier, A.D.
P""e I" lie in, i,i|ioruted under
VlKlnliK ,,f Chapter 80S, Flor-
"'- -ri ui.iNd rudders.
|-or|M.i.,ti.,. i,|, )lH pi'inelpul
bUHlnesr al Miami. lade
m the st.it,. ,,f Florida, and
uie stockholders of such cor-
' Hid ,, ,|. Uln ||ay May_
si, i ise to he filed In the
'!]> Kerretary of State of the
Mornia. a Consent of all the
pera under the provisions of
Wl-iei 6ox. Morlda Statutes,
lot dissolution of such cor-
Iherfo,,.. the. Secretary of
s hereby certify to the fore-
sn.i that be Is satisfied that
lull .-men is of law have been
R ""Ii -
!'> WITNKSS WHEREOF. I
na|e Ii.-reunto set my band and
|n>. stfixeil the Great Seal of
I<"- Mate f Florida, at Talla-
1\ ,"" "" '-:.i.it:I. this the
nisi dny of *** A-u-
' a. i;i:ay,
Secretary- of 8tate.
UfNfV[,.JUDOE, COURT
E COUNTY, FLORIDA
It 0>S.XU3lT9l "''eased
fUC"ION FOR FINAL
A, DISCHARGE
I ill,. i '"'"''V given that 1 have
I leport ami petition for
at. ."vV Administrator of
I ana',>|I,""-AS KOZUB. de-
ls, "" ,h' a,,'h dav .d
WH\'\ '"'|,h '" '> '""" "
I,, ',' ixiwukq, County
ki of*!''i' '"'> '''"*'. for
ii"h,r: ,lnal r"P<>rt and for
>U' of ST. ,A ,,, l NICHOLAS KOZL'B.
'1th day ,,f May ,,-,
PWlT* MUmi Moh. But.
Will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t(
NATHAN KIM ST A 1.1.
...... HEBBERT M. K1MSTAI.I,
BURNETT ROTH
Attorne) for Applll ants
12 i I,in, uln l:,l
t/tl-tt 6'T-ll
11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uiidersiun.il. deslrlna t.i engage In
business undei the fictitious name m
TWIN CITY lUII.OKIts. at 1531 Posl
Ave. Miami Beach, lla, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
i he Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida
LEON \KM SCHIPP, Sole Owner
MYKKS, IIKIMAN ami KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Be) bold Bldg.
E -'l-L'v | 1-11
PAGE 11 B
"Jin the ( lerk of the Cirenit
of Hade County. Kim
oi ia.ie ( ounty. Hoi Ida
DAVID WKiss
HENRVaff5A|NABANOS
Attorney for Applicant
name
Court
OS (Owners)
i-V for Applicant
..ler
"/7-I4-21
, w i.V* "VV>"-
,;; rTaaler St.
4/an
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
lNDV|n;V.UraiC,Al- "lRCmTT"N
AND FOR DADF r.niiM-rv
FOR
IDA.
IN ItK:
1
DADE COUNTyT FLOR-
14 9HAN?ERY. No. 1M90I
N ItK: ADOPTION OFi
IOSE MARIE PVLCO '
'" hSviS&PI "'l.co, minors.
to TLTJoF. BV PUBLICATION
J O: AMKRICO KIM.....
m hll East 149 Str.et
Bronx. New York
VpU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lii I I etftlon for Adoption of Rose
Mara- i-ui,,, and Leonard Eulco, min-
ors, has lieen f,l...l I- ,u. ,^._ '.. ..
LrN JJtiH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^nV|SIHe.JUDIC,AL CIRCUIT. IN
Tna F,ZR rP*,DE COUNTY. FLOR.
l?vvtvNCHANCERY- No- vat.
I-?;,,A,N K gJEINBEBO and
I'-Tlll-.l. STEInSeRO, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
ltt5? ft, SA,-KKTT and
DMA MK1.I.IIW LATHAM,
,..*..* Hefendants.
n-r, N.?T.ICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDNA MELLON LATHAM,
oefendant;
760 Harbor Drive,
gjacayne Key, Dude Countv,
Florida.
YOU ARE HKIIKHT RBQUIRBB to
serve a copy of yur Answer to the
"'I "I eomplalnt to foreclose mortgage
wlV'1.,,.,.?'1','..''" I'ls'ntlffs- attorii.-v,
Uli HARD KR1EQER FINK, 412 Con-
gress Mulldiiig. Miami. Florida, and
to file the original in the office of the
J... ".' l.h'' bore court on or before
the th day of May, [S4, or default
will be entered against you.
DATED: this 22nd day of April.
B. B. LEATHBBMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida.'
By M. c c.kkkn.
... .. Deputy Clerk.
(Seal)
4/3U 5/T-I4-21
I shall
n as confessed liv vou
; AND ORDERED al Miami,
Oade i ounty, Florida, this th day
of May, KM.
B. II. L.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court
By wm w STOCK INC.
I...... _, Deputy cl.-rk
NOTE This notice is filed In ac-
'.....lame with Chapter 72, Section II.
Florida Statutes, 195]
HENRY M CAIN, Atty.
SIS W. Flagler St., Miami, nori.la
, 14-11-28 | i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
I'F.NTHol NK. PENTHOUSE CLUB;
PENTHOUSE RKS-I AI'li.vNT ami
PENTHOUSE CAFE, In Dade County,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court >if
l lade Count *. I lorlda.
PAUL TAl'BMAN
ICOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attoi ne) foi Applicant
5/11-28 8 4-11
....... ,-. ,.-, nr.ar.iu ,.l\r-.s tnai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAIM.IN oil. COMPANY (Not Inc.),
al 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of 1 lade County, Florida.
BERNARD RODIN8
President and Sole owner
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
5 14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
" undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tile fictitious name of
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at II N.W. Tth
St., Miami, Intend i" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
t 'mil i of l lade Counts, l- lorlda.
RENATO I.KYI
L'BERTO IRVIETO
Sole I u n.-Is
MYERS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
ISO Beybold Bldg.
4'on .,, r-n-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
col.I.INS ARCADE, c/o llerlck, Sha-
piro ft Fried, Attorneys, 42m Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Intend t.....(later
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile Countv, Florida.
NATHAN WEI N BERG
JACK SoN'KNI'.l.ICK
HENRY BONENBL1CK
4/30 6/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, defiling to engage i"
business under th, fictitious name of
THE HoKHRAU BAR .v RESTAUR-
ANT, at 172 Giralda Ave., Coral Cali-
les, Intends to register said name with
the Clark of the circuit court of Dade
I 'ount\ Floi ida
HENRY MARTINELLI, owner
KES8LER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Hagler St
..'11-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th ll
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
PREPARED FOODS, at 121 N.W. ".tth
St intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Counts". Florida.
H. I. WEOER, Owner
KE88LER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant.
1T>2 \Y. Flagler St.
1/80 .'..7-1 1-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 169028
HAZEL Wiscii, Plaintiff,
vs.
IRVING WISCII. Defendant.
To IRVING WISCII
Town House
Park A- l.exington Avenues
Kast |8Ul SI.....'
New fork, n.y.
You are required to serve a copy of
vour answer to the 1:111 of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff* attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the U.th day of June.
A D 19.">4: otherwise, the BUI of oni-
plalnt for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 11
day of May. 1HT.I eathkrman
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Elorida
Itv: WM. w BTOCKINO,
(CIrrult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor: ...
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
102S JtexboM Building. Miami. Florida
b/M-a-** /__________ ....
NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ KN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi.t11lous nairie of
SHIP HAR AND BH, RIIOM. .1
2272-74 S.W. S2nd Ave.. Miami, Ma-
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l*Mle
County, Hd.[No>, BRlTTAKBB
isole owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2:,IK W. Flagler St.
Miami, Fla.
4/30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\EN that
the undersigned, desiring to ""' '".
business under the fictitious name r
VENT-MA8TER, VentMaster. AWN
INC MASTER. Awn ng Master Wl>
I.OW-MASTKR. W >"dwM"l'r.
rtTTl N.W. 51st Street. Hlaleah. H"r-
Ida Intends to register ssld name
with the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade
County, Florida. n^riHo
WlndowMaster Corp.. a >3riaa
corporMtion, owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney fT owner
4/80 J/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" ngage In
bualnesi under the fictitious name of
BENANN MOBTOAGE CO, (Nol Inc.)
at 113.". Hlth St., Hay Harbor Island,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida,
BENJAMIN NEWMAN
ANNA NEWMAN
MONROE I'lXoN
Attorney for Applicants
505 olvmpia Hldg.
5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 IIKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE (AND
BAR), at 21 B.E. 1st Avenue. Miami.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. .. -------
VINCENT A. NA8TO, JR.
Zol.TAN .1. RECZU
KES8LER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1781 W. Hagler St.
5/7-14-21-2S --------
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CRT SALES, at 247 N E. 14th
Street, Miami, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade ^"""tv. Hortda.
CAL Lr.sTKK____
. LORRAINE LESTER
ISRAEL-ABRAMS
AUiune.v for Applicants
22S N.E. 2nd Ave.
5/7-14-21-28 ^^___^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
b,;1es.nesrsd'.hrii.T^.nuserm":if
MERCURY" SERVICE STATIONS at
7ti Hivavne Boulevard, and 407 N.b.
%"8SSSE Miami. Florida Intends
to register sa d name with the Clerk
of th? Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florlda(;^RWio|i Q wiaoINi proP.
KI'KT WEI.L1SCH
Attorney for Applhan
1414-17 Congress Building
4/30 5/7-M-21 ^______--------------
NOT,CE NAa?ELAFWT'T,OU8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. i-Umd. desiring to engage in
S'Dade' County. g!hrKRS
MYI'.HS. IIKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneyi for Applicant
A J/14-21-28 /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage. '
business under the fictitious name Of
THE SOUTHWESTER, i o Bouthweat
Letter Service, 2847 Coral Way, Mi-
ami. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade
County, Florida
CHARLES' M. FREEFIE1.K
MARIAN FltKKl IEI.li
5 'I 4-21-28 /l
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE S AND M CORPORATION,
located at 855 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, will only be responsible for
their own debts which have occurred
after May 1st, 1954.
5/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169068
ELIZABETH G. STI'l.l,. plaintiff v
ALBERT K STI'l.l.. defendant.
Yor. ALBEBT E STI'l.l., are here-
by notified t<> file your defensive
pleadings t-. this suit with this Court's
Clerk, an.i service a copy thereof upon
plaintiff's attorney, arthui: O.
OOTTLIEB, 820 N.E 2nd Avenue.
Miami. Florida; on or before June
25, 1854, else the Complaint Will lie
taken as confessed i,v rou.
Dated: Ma) 12, 1854.
K r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the
Circuit Court (Court Seal)
B) M C GBEEN, Deputy Clerk,
. 14-21-28 i, I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINER-TYPER BERVICE, at '.o N.E.
ISth Street, Intend to reflstei
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida,
JESS A: REBECCA BBRNIE
:. 1 1-21 -28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to etigai:,. in
business under the fictitious nai......1
SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE "
2341 Coral Way, Miami, intend to reg-
.-i.i said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad,- County, Florida,
CHAHI.ES' M FREEFIEI.I)
MARIAN FREEFIELD
:, 14-21-21 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlia'
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ml DOUGLAS IAD STUDIO, at Ml
Douglas Road, Coral Gables, Dade
county. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Dade County. Florida,
GERALD II. K1MSKY
HENRY M i UN
Attorney for Applicant
T.K West Flagler St., Miami, Florida
5/7-14-81-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 168707
VINCENT PORTO, also known as
VINCENT F. I'ORTO, and ALSACE
LORRAINE PORTO, his wife,
plaintiffs,
vs.
LILLIAN PAYNE and
JAMES' PAYNE, her husband, et als.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN PAYNE and JAMES
PAYNE, her husband. Mount
Vernon, Illinois;
All unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, cred-
itors, trustees, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against ISABEL L. CHAMBER-
LIN, Deceased;
All unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, llenors, cred-
itors, trustees, or other parties
claiming by, through, unuer or
against FRANKLIN EDWARD
W11.1. IS, SB., also known as
FHANKI.YN E. WILLIS, de-
ceased ;
MATTIE JOANN ENNIS and
MYRON ENNIS, her husband.
1625 "II" Street. Sacramento.
California;
The unknown spouses of any of
the above named defendants and
If any of the above named de-
fendants be dead, the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, trustees, creditors
and other parties claiming by,
through, under or against the
above named defendants;
And all parties known or un-
known, having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest
In and to the following described
property, situate, lying and being
in Dade Countv. Florsda, to-wlt:
LOts 2 and I, in Block 117. of
IIIAI.EAH, THIRD ADDITION.
according to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 7. Page M.
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
Yol' AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint to
i,ci.t Title to the above described
real property has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
th,- Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs'
attorney. GEORGE CHKRTKOF, 6'>7-
11 olvmpia Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing iii the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 7th day
of June. 1854. If you fall to do eo,
judgment by default will be taken
Igainsl vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day of April, A.D..
195*.
B. c, I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court,
1 lade County. Florida
lly .\1 W PAIITENHE1MER,
Iicputv Clark
GEORGE CHERTKOF
807-11 olvmpia Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i'l
business under the fictitious name of
JAY DEE AMUSEMENT CO.. at 518
N W ;t Ii SI Miami, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit comt of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH KOC.ANOVSKY
BERNARD Kl M IANOVSKT
MORTON M. BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicants
19 W. Flagler St.
:. 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
___a ... .1 J....l..|.. ... ..nu<
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIDDI K AM PUS. at 290 W. 54th
Street, Hlaleah. Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DOLORES DUNN. Sole Owner
MARX M FA HER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Hldg.
5/14-21-2S 6/4
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Annual ZOA Meet
Scheduled for June
New YorkThe 57th annual con
vent ion of the Zionist Organization
if America will convene in five-day
session beginning \V e d Midi)
night, June 23. through Sunday,
.lune 27, at the Waldorf Astoria IIo
tel here.
Dr. Harris J. Levine. honorary
vice president of the ZOA and
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America, was named by
Kabbi Irving Miller, ZOA prttl
dent, as national chairman of the
Convention Program Committee.
Membership of this committee
will consist of the heads of all ZOA
Regloni throughout the country.
The mounting tensions in the
Middle East, the grave issues fac
ing the Zionist movement and Is-
rael today and the growing tasks
:md responsibilities devolving upon '
American Zionists will make the
lorthcoming ZOA convention "one |
of the most important gatherings
in the history of the movement,"
Dr. Levine said.
IGMJCC Nursery Schools
Plan Graduations Here
"Graduation BxerdsM*1 <>f the
three GMJCC Nursery SclMOll will
'take place on Fiid.iy. May 28. at
I Id a in
Theme this rear h "Florida Liv-
ing." The program will be the cut-
! mmation of ;i month of learning
about this community through
J field trips to points of interest
such U /nds parks, piers, farms,
the Indian Village and beaches
"Tropical lune.." written espe-
cially tor children by local com
poser Olive Duncan, "has greater
meaning for them became they are
singing about thi things they know
and love," acording to Ethel
Grossman, school supervisor.
Children of the three schools will
participate in the program at the
three schools the Beach Branch
1536 Bay rd; Town Branch. 450 SW
16th ave and the Klagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center. 50 NW
51st pi.
Ivor Tots Viven
Shvepnkinn Here
Twelve kindergarten students rr
ceived their "kidskin diplomas" on
Thursday it the Lear School All
1111 irui m
The ceremonies marked the cul-
mination of their nursery school
education, and the Iota were
Iressed in caps and gowns just is
their elder brothers and sisters
vhen the) receive their "sheep
-kins The young graduates re
: their "kidskin diplomas
Irom seniors ol ihe school
Outstanding feature of the exer
according to director-princi-
pal hi.i 11 ,,i vi.,- ., tableau depict-
! v i< w i.i thi children's ac-
nt (in pas) yeai i>oth in
stor)
ii ri Sch
rodd Leslii Eleanor Elliott, Gra)
Jill McGal I i. i i Si'
gel, Carol rd Se
ne \\ inkli mai
man. Garnck K v i has
t
Orkin Establishes
U of F Scholarship
A John T Creighton Scholarship
Award in Entomology has been es-
tablished at the University of Flor-
ida, the award being sponsored by
'the Orkin Kxtcrminating Company,
headquarters in Atlanta. Ga.
The Creighton Scholarship, nam-
ed for the head of the Department
of Entomolog) at the Universlt) ol
Honda was sponsored by Orkin.
one of the world's largest pest con-
trol companies, to encounme stu
dy in the field ol entomology.
Based upon scholarship, profes-
sional promise and economic need,
ihe annual award i open to jun-
iors and seniors majoring in en-
tomolog)
Winner of tin 1953-54 award i-
David M EUeech, entomology jun-
ior in the School it Kntonio! I
Otto Orkin founder and presi-
dent of the Orkin Exterminating
Company, and bis -on William B.
orkin. company vice president,
were present for the ceremonies
and presentation ol commemora-
tive ii ; aque md scroll to
Mr Bli
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Jewish War Veteran Posta throughout Dade County will go all
out Sunday, May 23. in the Veterans March for Korea to help
Koreans help themselves through the American-Korean Foun-
dation. Talking with Korean Vet Sing Yun (center) are (left to
right) Joe Horovitz, Cmdr.. West Miami Post; Lennie Lifshutz.
Cmdi.. Coral Gables Post; Ralph Grossman. Miami Beach Poet.
Bill Bender (shaking hands). Department Comdr.; and Louis
Phillips, national executive committeeman.
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:"-v VH4^i&. .£ ^H IAY 21. 1954 ^l^H^rHktn PAGE 5B Reasons WHY You Should VOTE For Jay KENDRICK 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' ELECT JA'KENDRICK row? 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 ilM. Political Adv.) I:



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PAGE 2 A Academy Plans Graduation Coronation Room of the Empress Hotel, 4300 Collins ave., will be the setting for the third annual graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy on Wednesday evening, June 9, 8 p.m Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the! University of Miami, will be principal speaker. He will discuss: "What Do We Expect of Our Children ?" According to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, this year's graduating class will consist of 13 students who have completed a full eight-year elementary program both in English and Hebrew studies. "Our American Heritage," a musical dramatization of 300 years of Jewish life in America, will be presented by graduates. The cantata, written by Jack Donnerstag, composer and theorist now a resident of Miami, is dedicated to the American Jewish T e r c entenary which will be inaugurated ofiicially in New York during September. The presentation will portray through song, music and dance the contributions of the Jewish people to the democratic way of life since their arrival in New Amsterdam in 1654. "It will also describe the tremendous potential of democracy as symbolized in this land where people of all faiths work together in the service of humanity'! ideals," Rabbi Gron laid. The BO voice chorus of the Hebrew Academy, led by the Academ) s musical director Miriam Donnerstag, will participate in the program. Original musical compositions for the script have been arranged and written b) Donner stag Mrs. Jeanette Miller, Academj dramatics director, is in chat i the program K I Hinder, president of thi Academy, stated that %  receptioi honoring the graduates will taki place immediately after the exer Uses. (iraduates are Kphraim Eisei) berg, Melvin Benenfeld. Aaroi Pensterheiffl, Barry Honig, Robert laser, Norman Lachman. William Mamches. Marshall Sap erstein Raphael Skop. Warren Teitelman. Jerome Temchin. Joel Wadler and Harry Wolper. + klstJk£Mto£L Ninth annual installation of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, was held at the Saxony Hotel Sunday evening. Left to right are Gilbert Balkin. retiring president; Herman Edelsberg. guest of honor and Washington representative of the Anti-Defamation League; Gershon Miller, newly installed president; and George Talianoff. toastmaster. Mrs. Kupperman to Be Named President Mrs. Florence Kupperman has been elected president of the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT She s II c c eeds Mrs Irving Suasman. first president of the State of Florida ORT and a founder of the local and stati o r ganizs tion. Other officers ire the MesdameMargaret Newman Stain. Harry Tischler. Phil ip Das h. vice presidents; Samuel Avaroch, treasurer; Louis Baron, financial secre %  ry; Milton Perlman, correspondMrs. Kupperman liolden Mtou Stated lor liable* Theater Guild of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present, as its next attraction, "Golden Boy." by Clifford Odcts, a play in three acts, directed by Bob Brenner. Brenner, who has directed all ten plays of this group, will, for the first time, appear in one of his own productions. In "Golden Boy," he will take the part of Mr Bonaparte. Italian Father of Joe Bonaparte. The play will open at the group's little theater on Saturday. May 29. with 8:30 nightly performancescheduled for May 30, June 1 and June 2. Jay Cone, seen in "Jazz Singer." Home Auxiliary to Install Officers The Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a luncheon in stallation meeting at the Algiers Hotel on May 25. 1*2:30 p.m. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub will install the Board and the following officers: the Mesdamea Sol Silverman, president; B. Appel, honorary president: vice presidents, Herman Jacobs, Murraj Graham, David Phillips. Louis Makovsky. Jack Udell; honorary vice presidents. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Max Greenberg and Irving Prankel. financial secretary, the ||< dames Frances Fntme; recording secretary, Benjamin Hammerman: corresponding secretaries, Nat Katz and Manuel Tannenbaum; treasurer, Morris Kriegel: auditor. Nathan Feika; parliamentarian. Moses Krieger. ng secretary; and Joseph Sloan, "Morning Star" and "Power With ecording secretary. ( out Glory." take* the lead as "the Installation luncheon of the ORT, Ro'den boy," and Ida Bock, seen banter will be held on Wednes w,,h him in "Corner Without Ury. Ma) 26. 12 30 p.m.. at the Mar1 inique Hotel. Mayor Leon Rose. 'r of Surfside. will be installing •fficer In charge oi arrangements s Mrs Betty Surkin. Dr. Epley is Named Dr. Dean G. Epley. of Memphis State College, will be the new chairman of the Human Relations Department at the University of Miami. He was appointed by President Jay F. W. Pearson to take the place of Dr. Miller A F. Ritch ie who resigned to become President of Hartwick College. Dr. Epley will assume his duties September. WARMING CALL •OTrO THI OHKIH MAN FREE INSPECTION next Moon. Monroe M. Myers, as Tom Moody, fills the cast of leading role* Myers was last seen here in 'Poppa." Important supporting roles are taken by Lou Tanner, as Fuselli, the gambler; Rube Idols, as Roxy, the fight club owner; Mort Levine, as Siggie; Helen Gorstenfeld as Anna: Joe Levine as Mr. Carp; and Charles Schussler, as Tokio. The cast is completed with Buddy Halport. John Roth, Mort Podell. Bill Rafkind and Ed Foldstein. 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David Roener's STERLING. ciTl.. **H in the cherished tradition of Jewish a,i J ^y| the 1954 summer season on* ^"^"nr. wjj, June 22 and will remain open until Labor Day. Mr. Rosner. in taaking this announcement, said., •'DurinK the holers tremendously successful pri clear pno|; Z S] For th. pn r o sail.,, I slnctest dieurvj !hotels twin kitcfi mier season th past winter, my many guests from the north expressed t h e desire to enjoy their summer in the elegance of this truly 'sterling' resort hotel rather than the usual type of summer vacation. uivid Rosner "And I am certain that there are a great number of Southeast Florida and Greater Miami residents who will want to take advantage of this terrific vacation opportunity. A Sterling vacation means no tiresome traveling, therefore less ex pense; the businessman can com mute directly from the hotel and the women of the family will find the Sterling within easy reach of: the finest Miami Beach shops "Never before has there been a ny and D .' superb hotel such as this on Miami M r Itnsn.r u n Beach in the summertime. lend.n K a 'holiday' atmosphere to the classic dignity of hallowed tradition," Mr. Rosner added. Located at Sixty-seventh St. and Collins Ave., the Sterling offers a host 'if attractions to make the guest's visit one he'll remember for a long time. He can enjoy a sandwich in the poolside Dairy Snack Bar entirely free and later enjey soothing relaxation in his completely airconditioned, spacious rooms. A popular diversion is the Ster lint's unusual television theater, just another facet in |ie hotel's completely different approach to entertainment. STERLING HOTB. ] To provide e\enme;4 entertainment. irien


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f, MAY 2LJ954 | Ceremonies fed Sunday ktone ceremony for the fity of Miami's new Ilillel |n main campus will be held afternoon, May 23, at 4 |ite of the new house is Leon blvd. and Miller cipating in the ceremony Dr. Ponald Michelson, dil 0 f the I'M Ilillel Founda\d Sidney Aronovitz. presi!lhr Ilillel Council of Greatni, who will extend greetLtion will he by Rabbi HenIJca, spiritual leader of bade Jewish Center. The will feature the Hillel n a performance of "Shu ^ote address will be by RabBg Lehrman, spiritual leader nplc Kmanu-El, with Hon. Turk. Miami Beach city %  nan, responding. Rabbi hapiro. of Beth David Synawill place the stone. The nil follow with a performkf "Evven Ma Asuh,' from llel liturgy. bi Morris Skop, Coral Gables i Center spiritual leader, will 1 the benediction. lairing the afternoon cereith Councilman Turk will Juries Fruchtman, Miami [and Toledo, O., civic leader bilanlhropist. Assisting cornincludes the Mesdames Katz. Ida Optner, Bernard an. Sidney Suss and Miss ISimmonv posing the building commitJerome Adelman, Morris I Stanley Caidin, Gil RappaUi Mr~ Matilda Ratner. |l#f Uuif Camp •/is in Gabies Morris A. Skop this week |ncrd the opening of Hillel's %  Holiday Summer Day Camp, kys and girls from the ages : to ll. at 108 Aragon, Coral Skop -aid that the camp Its a Jewish-orientated proPersonnel include "highly and qualified councelors feachcrs who fully understand know the psychology of chil+Je*MM*+tv~n PAGE 9 A Pontmg to fine preparations be.ng made for the Sunday. May 23. cornerstone ceremonies 2J* w • i! e T Se n he Universi, Y of Miami c ampus is Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk (right). Looking on are (left to right) Milton Friedman. B'nai B'rith national youth commissioner; Sidney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel Advisory Council; Charles Fruchtman. Miami Beach and Toledo. O.. communal leader and philanthropist; and Walter Kovner, Hillel Advisory Council past president. Concert at I^ear Auditorium on 30th Isela Gomez Rossi, acclaimed by critics as one of the most brilliant harpists on the concert stage to-, day, is visiting Miami for a short i te !" o d ... time prior to concerning in New' ther !" ficer Mrs. Gerstenfeld Succeeds Mrs. Sam Goodman at Gables Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld succeeds Mrs. Sam Goodman as president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisi York City. She will join Arnold Simms, basso-baritone in a concert at the new Lear School Auditorium. 1010 West ave., on Sunday, May 30. 8:30 p.m., under the management of Ruth Brotman. Miss Rossi comes from a long line of musicians. Her mother is superintendent of music in the schools in Havana. Her brother is a concert flutist, and Miss Rossi started to study piano at the age of five. After attaining success as a concert pianist, she turned to studying the Harp, and her musical abilities have been praised by critics throughout Latin American. She held a recent private musicale at the home of Mrs. Albert Pick. Her program on May 30 will be | "The Fountain." by Hasselmans, I and compositions by Albeniz. I Thomas, Grandjany and Godefroid. Simms has sung leading operatic roles in Aida, Rigoletto, II Trovatore. Carmen. Lucia and Barber of Seville with the London Opera and San Carlo Opera Companies and has been concertizing this past season in Miami. Mrs. Albert Pick will accompany him on the piano. Simms was born in Brooklyn, in 1929. and received his education in New York. His musical studies for the past eight years have been with Frank Lofoiese. who has sung major basso roles in the leading opera houses of Europe and America. Mrs. Morris Skop f' and will -give them an acM summer program in the Peal and creative arts with emP s on the individual child to E op according to his own abiliSkop has had many years ampini; experience and is a Known teacher and artist. A I fay nursery and kindergarten *" is also offered, she said. %  information may be obF> at 3511 Riviera dr., Coral Agudath Israel Sisterhood A program is arranged for the "Night of Stars" and dance sponsored by the Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, to be held on Sunday evening. May 23, 8 p.m.. at he Delano Hotel. Irving Pietrack, composer and band leader, will provide the dance music and a floor show. Also appearing will be Judith Berezin. 15year-old protegee; Duke Leonard, song writer and entertainer; Steve Condos and Jimmy Byrns, famousdance team; and Art Greene, of WKAT. recently named are the Mesdames Herbert Rose, first vice president: Ben Trupkin. second vice president; Sidney Blumenfeld. recording secretary; Al Reich, corresponding secretary: Milton Rusinoff, assistant corresponding secretary; William Bloom, financial secretary. The Mesdames Max Messer, treasurer; Samuel Bloch, parliamentarian: Sol Halpert, historian; Sam Goodman, counselor; and Sam Schulefand, Maurice Horwitz and Morris Skop, honorary Board. Malamud Again Heads Private Schools Group Harold R. Malamud was reelected president of the Private Schools Association of Dade County at a meeting held here. Others renamed to office include D. P. Cameron, vice president; Esther Shaver, secretary; and Sybil T.! Mannheimer, treasurer. Malamud said this week that a meeting of all private schools in Florida is planned for the coming summer. Installation of ofiicers will take place at an annual dinner in the fall. Gooduill Group Xumv.H Officers Mrs. Jack Shapiro was elected president of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami at its recent annual election meeting. Officers elected to serve with her for the 1954-55 administration are the Mesdames Marcella Silver, first vice president; Eva Krohn, second vice president; Gertrude Covner, financial secretary; Augusta Grossman, treasurer; Sam Geltner, recording secretary; Mildred Bobson, corresponding secretary; and Lee Kripple, social secretary. Board members include the Mesdames Rebecca Castle. Eva Daniels, Helene Dubbin. Ethel Johnson, Esther Egherman, Sadie Sachs, Yetta Stotsky and Jennie Wilchyk. Also named were Mr. Nat Fields and Mr. Isidore Schwartz. Installation will take place in the Fall. The organization's final regular meeting of the eason is scheduled for May 25, 12 p.m., at Trail Lodge Knights of Pythias. P Elected Chairman Of Welfare Board |J B. Duff, of Miami, was Plans for Summer Are Discussed "What Shall I Do With My Child This Summer" was the topic of discussion at a Hebrew Academy Room Mothers' meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon, May 17, during a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm ave. Guest speakers at the meeting were Mr. Jack Woody, director of recreational activities at Flamingo Park, and Mrs. Doris E. Young, director of the young folks section of the Miami Beach Public Library. Mrs. Kogan introduced the participants. An additional feature of the afternoon program was a film of the Massad Camps in the Pocono Mountains. Mrs. Joseph Zemcl. library chairman, reported on the progress of the Library Committee and the plans for the acquisition of new volumes. 9 V^" rman of the District "Welfare Board of the State Wment of Pub l lc Welfare, and th Bari of North Miami • was elected vice chairman d suiar meeting of the District o last week. w£ ar ? 1? rcs Pn*>le for the 10 ^h Dade and Monroe Counties, administering the three programs of public assistance which include old age assistance. aid to the blind and aid to dependent children. Special child welfare services include foster home care, licensing of commeicial boarding homes for children and the study of independent adoption petitions'for me Circuit Court. flower Exhibit To be featured A colorful display of native American flowers flown here by representatives of each state in the nation will provide a special feature of the third annual Miami Beach Home Show. May 25-30. Staged at the Miami Beach Auditorium, the exhibition is sponsored by the Miami Beach Jaycees. Mizrachi Women Plan Sightseeing Cruise Mizrachi Women of Miami Beach will sponsor a moonlight cruise on the sightseeing boat "Seven Seas." The excursion will be held on Sunday, May 23, and will leave Pier 8 of the City Yacht Basin at 5 p.m. Proceeds from the affair will benefit the orphaned children of Israel. Mrs. Rose Lustig is cnairman of arrangements. Serving on her committee are Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg, Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Pauline Chill. Doctors Hospital to Service Nursing Course The University of Miami and Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gables have just completed an agreement by which the hospital will start the basic clinical facilities for the fouryear program in nursing offered by the university. This program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. The location of the hospital, adjacent to the campus of the university, will make it possible for nursing students to live in the regular dormitories and to have a normal program of collegiate activities during the period of their hospital training. Enrollment under this plan is limited to students who wish to secure a Bachelor's degree in nursing. Picnic Set Sunday Annual picnic of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held at Crandon Park on Sunday, May 23, it has been announced by Dave Kleber, cnairman of the Board of Education. Edward Becker is chairman of the affair. Mrs. Sakrais Again Named President Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold the annual installation of its officers on Wednesday. May 26, 8 p.m.. at the Hi bi* cus Lodge, Miami Beach. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais will be installed president for the second consecutive year. Vice presidents will be the Mesdames Jack Davis. William I-ee, Irving Westin and Moses Mescheloff. Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Herbert G'.itman; recording secretary. Mrs. Oscar Sindell; financial secretary, Mrs. Abe Greenberg; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Sugarman; parliamentarian, Mrs. Moses Krieger; auditor, Mrs. Harry Platoff Program for the evening will be in charge of Mrs. Mescheloff, coordinator, who has written an original candlelight ceremony, with both musical and prose portions. Soloists will be Mary Wynn and Joseph Pardo. Installing officers will be Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, recently elected regional president, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, regional vice president. Both are past presidents of the Greater Miaim Chapter of Hadassah. Also to be installed are some 30 chapter project coordinators. Presidents of the 12 groups that make up over 3,000 members of the local chapter will also be installed as chanter vice presidents withjut portfolio. There will be a short business meeting and presentation of pins to outgoing group presidents. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais Three More Rabbis Resign Three more Greater Miami Rabbis tendered resignations to their congregations, it was learned by The Jewish Floridian this week. As of press time, this newspaper was unable to receive official statements from the spiritual leaders. Included are Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation; Harry Ettinger, Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community Center; and Louis Cassel, Tifereth Isrjel Northside Center. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth Dawd Synagogue spiritual leader, resigned here some ten days ago. Home Residents Are Entertained An entertainment program was held for residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday afternoon, May 16. at 2:30 p.m. This is one of the services of the leisure-time program carried onat the Home by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. A musical and literary afternoon was presented by Miss Anyuta Melicov, Miami Beach pianist. Miss Melicov accompanied the following artists: Marcel Chilar '. tenor; Donald Klatzkin, instrumentalist: Reina Morra. Oriental singer; Frances Packar, mezzo-soprano; Manya Shubow, reader; and Simtm Wolf, actor. David O'Berry, baritone, appearing through the courtesy flbf the i Gladys Muse Studio, rounitd o. I the afternoon's program. oat



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I MAY 21. 1954 000 Mark for Development Issue lases May be Announced Saturday ^J**!si>ncrM£an inued from Paga A ha.sed a minimum of $1,%  eW Israel Bonds. L„ntc Selig. chairman of V n \ Division, revealed p arc close to 60 members %  tier organization, ling Israel's sixth anniverfc r reported that "Israel tided steps toward attainI economic self-sufficiency Its sixth year of indepenDavid Groups Installation ] David Sisterhood, Men's id PTA will install their tected officers and Board tors at an annual installa Incr on Sunday evening, | 6:30 p.m., at the Di Lido Bandel, Miami attorney, Kail lhe newly elected ofMax Shapiro will be master ponies, and Mrs. Maurice Is will give the invocation. gram will include vocal seby Cantor Maurice MamId Harold Berney, with pifynpaniment by Mrs. Harold Max Shapiro, spiritual [will be guest speaker. lairmen of arrangements ervations for the affair are %  dames Samuel Dickson, banes. Sam Levitan and Mr. I Safer The committee also i the Mesdames Harry LaufZuckerman and Herman elected PTA officers are sdames Bernard Schreidell, rt: Max Handshu. vice pres[Robert Nedbor, recording Edward Gordon, corre ^g secretary; and Nathan treasurer, of Directors are the Mes iL-idor Bakst, Harold Berney, Ibnd, Ralph Bogish. Ernest Iff, Michael Covin, George (ax Jacobson, Albert E. Lelerome Stern and William pan. h Club includes Max Jacobfesident; Edward Safer, 1st esident Robert Purisch, 2nd % resident; Sherman Tobin, ft; and Irving Rosen, treaI of Directors are Philip AbrHorris Atkins, Louie Bandel, Baum, Ted Bramson, MichIvin, Milton Friedman, Her[rame. Jerome Jackson, Samktloff. Ion Perry, Louis Rosenson, pi Schreidell, Mitchel Shapo, 1 Shor. Charles Spingarn and Veils, dence by hastening its transition from a predominantly importing economy to that of a growing exporter. "Chiefly as a result of the funds made available through Israel Bond investments, the young republic was able to expand both industry and agriculture for production of many new items and for sharp increases in production of a score of items over the previous year." Sher stated that whereas a year ago Israel was unable to meet its home needs in the case of many products, the advances made since then find Israel todi-.y no longer required to import fertilizers, cement, tires, cars, electrical motors, transformers, wire, radios, clocks, typewriters, pencils, drugs, chemi-1 cals, starch and other items. He revealed that close to 500 members of the Miami Jewish community are expected to attend Saturday night's dinner at Westview Country Club. "We plan to send Israel the best of all birthday wishes—in the form of investment capital so vitally required by the country for its ecoj nomic progress," he declared. PAGE 3 A Studying plans for Israel's sixth anniversary dinner at Westview Country Club Saturday are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, wellknown resort operator; Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division. State of Israel Bond Organization; and Mrs. Sam Lipton. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher will be hosts to Guardians of Israel at the dinner. Biltmore Playhouse Tops Attendance Records; Kay Francis in Rehearsal The Biltmore Playhouse is rapid-, "It is encouraging to see the ly becoming known as the "Playtheatre goers of Greater Miami sup'" as producer Sam Mr Will be Presented lialeah Center kntation of a Torah by Mr. bmenficlcl in memory of his iMilka. will take place at p-Miami Springs Jewish CenSunday evening. May 23, Jan, fntaia written by Rabbi Har Ettinger will be presented I the evening. Rabbi Ettinger I assisted by Cantor Abraf of Miami Beach. PKnfield has also donated %  HerlinjSilver crowns for the yf ,:-. -X' % %  %  % %  These two decorations will be awarded special purchasers oi Development Issue Bonds at the dinner for charter members of Guardians oi Israel slated for the Westview Country Club Saturday. Top is a Rosette for Trustees of Israel — those who invest a minimum of $10,000 in new Israel Bonds. The lapel barette in blue and white is awarded Guardians — those who invest a minimum of $1,000 in Development Issue Bonds. Can of Food is Admission For Film Feature Shows A can of food will be the admission charge to an hour and a half of movies, including a full length film, a comedy and a travelogue. The Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary, planning a huge bazaar for the earlv f 'II. are making sure that the canned goods booth will be amply stocked. Proceeds are for the now Sunday School building. Sunday evening. May 30. and Monday evening. M iy 31, 6:30 p.m., are the dates of the film showings at the Monticello Park Jewish Community Center, N.E. 164th st. and 11th ave. house of Stars Hirsch continues to bring to Miami the top names in the entertainment field. The latest star to sign for a two-week engagement at the Biltmore is Miss Kay Francis. The star of stage and screen will be featured in Somerset Maugham and Guy Bolton's three-act comedy, "Theatre." which opens Tuesday night. May 25, and runs through June 6. Hirscn, a lormer University of Miami drama professor, converted the Wometco movie house into a legitimate theatre and opened with Sylvia Sidney in "O' Mistress Mine" on April 24. With attendance increasing each night, Hirsch signed Mary Astor in "Private Lives," which runs through Sunday night. The show, featuring Miss Astor and Rex O'Mallcy. is shattering all attendance records established by "O' Mistress Mine." port our shows. It proves my theory that if you give the public top shows with top talent, the people will support the theatre. For this reason I will continue to bring Broadway stars in Broadway plays here throughout the summer," Hirsch said. Although she has been touring the country in "Theatre" for the past 25 weeks. Miss Francis arrived here early this week to start rehearsal for the third stage presentation at the Biltmore Dennis Allen, who directed the original production of "Theatre," will play the male lead in the local presentation. Mr. Allen has also been touring the country in the Maugham-Bolton comedy. The Biltmore features shows nightly at 8:30 p.m., except Monday, with matinees on Saturday and Sundays. The theater is at 151 NE 40th st. Group Seeks Added Support of Hebrew University in Israel Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb. of 800 Jel-onimo dr., Coral Gables, were hosts at their home on Saturday evening to some 100 persons who attended a meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Co-chairmen were Mrs. Max Dobrin, Harry Simonhoff and Sam Sapiro. Mrs. Dobrin acted as moderator in a discussion of "Art and Education in Israel." Participants included Herbert Shapiro, Miami attorney; Eugene Massine, instructor in art at the University of Miami and currently exhibiting a one-man show at Miami Beach Art Gallery; and Robert Strassburg, musicologist. Mrs. David Drucker, local soprano, was accompanied by Strassburg in a program of Israeli songs. Included among persons present at the Gotlieb home were prominent teachers, musicians and [acuity members at the U of M. Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy was named co-chairman of menfbership for the local chapter of American Friends of the Hebrew University, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Oida Rubin, president. Mrs. Rubin said that the Saturday meeting resulted in the added enrollment of additional members to the chapter. Also announced was the granting of gifts here for the purpose of sponsoring scholarships to Hebrew University in Israel, as well as for the purchase of scientific equipment and books. Named in this project were David Provus, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Mrs. Sy Robins, of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Gotlieb were the Mesdames David Provus, Sam Sapiro, S. Katzin, Jennie Grossinger, Esther Cohen, Daniel Hammond and Joseph Shawmut. 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IY 21. 1954 *kM nark/Ian Leaders to Top ial Posts Vimost 400 Jewish j,. |, rs from 102 cities (,l„. i nited States and been appointed to 11 %  mi t tees of the CounFederation! and Wel|it u.iannounced here eemaii. of Indianapolis. Kdent. ,. ol the committees. Ljt\ leaders, both yplunlj[eional, are helping 1,1 iiu policies and proRated by the CJFWF tmblv in all areas of %  activity — national afn n j|\ organization, camfcdgeting, health .ind bning, special overseas women's activities. kum Miami are M. C. {ocia! Planning; Charles h. i ampaign and ComEpretation; Sidney Lef,.| Si n ni's; Mrs. StanC,.,. Social Planning; |Mw:i (immunity OrNational-Loeal RelaM and Finance and Wil%  >der Memorial Award; li.M-r. Xaiional-Local Re..laiiiin B. Rosenberg, Organization and Re§ce. Ili'ibert Scher. Revices; Fred Shochet, Lnd I oinmunity Interp pii.l Harold Thurman, 1 Organization. ncil ol Jewish Federalelfaiv Funds is the natation I>1 central Jewish organizations serving Un:'. throughout the fces and Canada* 1'he i as their instrument in i national problems and pg central services in budgeting, social ommunity organizations nunitv interpretation. pencil", of the Council I raise the bulk of all for Jewish welfare purbme and abroad. PAGE 5 A lefcourt Named Director kiner. of New Orleans. H Seven B'nai B'rith Inization director, group Dgram and associate diumnu'r camps and group jeounselor, will direct Stars Teen Age Villm for the 1954 season, it need by ilarry and Herpn. owners and directors facational private camp onville. N.C. *>*. Myers Tburmon Cetllngrr Jacobson Rosenberg mWKSK CLAUSE RESTORED III JIMS DEAL Continued from Pag* 1 A questions he put to the Department concerning the Iraq arms problem. The State Department told Rep Javits that "should there be developments in the Near East showing that the policies of any government in that area receiving our military aid are no longer based on consideration of legitimate self interest, the United Slates GovernFlagler Production Slates Final Presentation Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center's latest musical review, "Rocket-Bye-Baby," opened last weekend and was well attended by a receptive audience. The show, a fast moving comedy, was written, directed and produced by members of the Center. The curtain will rise at 8:40 p.m. on Saturday. May 22. for the final presentation of the show. FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center is located at 50 NW 51st pi. Shochet Heads Publishers 1 Group Continued from Page 1 A eral Simon Sobeloff. Rep. Jacob K. Javits, chairman Arthur Burns, of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, Julius N. Cahn, counsel for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and other government leaders. A message from President Eisenhower lauded the members of the Association for "zealously" guarding the civil, political and religious rights of the American people. Other officers elected at the convention include Jack Fishbein, of Chicago, I-eo H. Frisch. Minneapolis, and Albert W. Golomb. Pittsburgh, vice presidents; A. Slabot. New Orleans, treasurer; Adolph Rosenberg. Atlanta, secretary; and Mrs. M. Milton Singer, Atlantic City, corresponding secretary. pchatzman (center), member of the Board of Directors Pie Emanu-El, accept a plaque in appreciation of his fno, service to the Temple during the past six years. Pque was presented by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and, in nce of Samuel Friedland. president of the congrega. Joseph M. Rose, honorary life president, at a special loeudos held last sabbath in Schutzman's honor. [W HOME AT THt... r e n o x Manor Hotel "OUS FOOD PREPARED UNDER PERS0NAI SUPERVISION OF ,.., MRS. JEAN ROSS l ATTENTION TO SPECIAL DIETS DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED f /".'•"• Grounds with ••tie 'r Conditioned Dining Room Air Conditioned Room* if Desired • Television lor four Entertomment $30 and up *** *ve., Miami Beach Phone 5-3531 ment would immediately reassess ""i only its aid program, but its basic policy toward the countries concerned." Asked by Rep. Javits how the amis grant would affect the tripartite declaration of 1950 to preserve the integrity of Arab-Israel borders, the Department replied that it does not consider that the arms grant to Iraq in any way aflicts the tripartite declaration. Reflecting the growing opposiHousehold Tax is 'Losing Money* Herrell Charges Tagging the county's present household tax a "losing proposition." Mayor W. C. "Cliff" Herrell, of Miami Springs, who is also president of the Dade County League of municipalities, urged its removal from the statutes. "Actually, it is costing the taxpayers more money to have the tax collected," explained Herrell, "than the total amount of money paid in taxes." Herrell, a candidate for the State Legislature, Group 3, cited the repeated recommendations of the National and State Association of Tax Assessors that the Household Personal Property Tax be discontinued because it is an "impractical levy." Talking before a group of 450 Northwest Dade residents at a political meeting in Triangle Park. Hialeah. Monday night, Herrell revealed that, while only 14 people work full time in the Dade County real property assessment division, sending out and collecting bills on assessments worth $150,000,000. as many as 40 more employees spend the major portion of their time on household personal property tax collection that produces only S350.0O0. "Of the half-million tax bills sent out each year by our local county tax assessor. 225.000 of them are household tax bills. Because of the usual $500 exemption, a great number of these bills are for 15 to 20 cents, to 10 or 15 dollars," said Herrell. "This year. 29.000 of these bills were delinquent, and the records show that at least half of these are not going to be paid because of the people moving away, the property being disposed of or dozens of other reasons. "It is estimated that each delinquent account costs the taxpayers an average of $6 to collect, so it is obvious how impractical and unsound this tax has proven." tion in Britain to American arming of the Arab states, two leading British newspapers — The Times ot London and the Manchester Guardian — published editorials this week expressing concern over the United States decision to ship arms to Iraq. The Times asserted that the American decision "has led the Arab states to think that Israel can no longer reckon on American support. In this they are no doubt completely mistaken, but the effect has been to encourage them to rally behind Jordan in her dispute with Israel." The editorial warned that the "prevailing mood in Israel is dangerous," following Assistant Secretary of State Henry Byroade's recent speeches, "because it may harden into desperation." The Manchester Guardian called upon the United States not to supI ply arms to Iraq without strings I attached, one of which should be the conclusion of a formal peace | with Israel. Israel's case against the supply of arms to Iraq "has not been overstated," the newspaper declared. It noted that at this moment, the Arab states including Iraq are still defying the United Nations Security Council by refusing to honor the terms of their armistice agreements with Israel. Rabbi Shapiro is Guest Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air, Sunday, May 23, 10:30 a.m., over station WMIE. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River & Silver Lake Horse Shoe, North Carolina Horseback Riding Private Lake Swimming Pjtol Capable Seasoned Staff Resident Physician and Hurst Directors: HERBERT and BELIE SILVER 7536 Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beach Ph. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment Camp Umatilla for BOYS AND GIRLS Just 4 Hours from Miami IN A SECTION NEVER TROUBLED SERIOUSLY BY POLIO PHILIP S. CHAIT0N Educational Director ot North Shore Jewish Center, Camp Director. For Further Information CALL 86-4576 Camp Sky-Top for BOYS AND GIRLS R0SMAN, N.C. Director: NATHAN A. MILLER Dean, Little River School 440 LAFAYETTE DRIVE MIAMI SPRINGS Ph. Evot. Ph. Days 88-9704 •7-9779 %  A-WW'•% %  WW %  •X• f WA 1 .wAed %  •'WAm•^ "Hi/ief's Happy Holiday" Summer Day Camp 44 Zamora Ave. • SWIMMING •DRAMATICS Coral Gables, Florida • ARTS A CRAFTS MAKING PUPPETS • ATHLETICS • Music ARCHERY Hot kosher lunches served daily. $17.50 weekly, transportation included. Children from 3 to II years accommodated. $5.00 per week for half day Nursery children. $2.00 for transportation. Complete program of outdoor and indoor activities conducted by a competent staff of qualified teachers and experienced councillors. For Reservations Call: MRS. MORRIS A. SK0P, Director, 3511 Riviera Dr., Coral Gables, Fla. Phone 83-5690 48-5736 4-5993 Workshop Sponsored Anti-Defamation League Train, ing Workshop for local presidents, chairmen and committee members, sponsored by the Florida Region ADL office here, will be held on Monday, May 24, 6 p.m., in the Nautical Room of the Nautilus Hotel. {Telephone 2-8825 for ReservotionsI Chez Loon Restaurant French Cuisine CLOSING FOR THE SUMMER OPEN IN OCTOBER Leon Abondance, Proprietor 128 N.E. 17th STREET MIAMI, F10BIDA Your worries are over when your child can have a full camping experience and be near home as well. Because SIMCHAH is right here on Miami Beach. SIMCHAH AN UNUSUAL JEWISH-AMERICAN DAY CAMP FOR BOYS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS To be conducted at the Floridian Hotel 540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED WRITE OR PHONE 16-5782 • Pool on Promises • Fishing Dietary laws Observed • Israeli Dancing • Arts and Crafts • Sports o Hot Lunches Transportation furnished DIRECTORS: Marjorie Ent, Malcom P. Furman, Gertrude Fallick and Shushonnah Specter T3&X?. rvitivu The South's Outstanding iewish Camp lor Boys a Girls HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Director, Wlnton L. Meollor. Principal Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio A.k far ureonere: Mr. Joan Arnold, Owner, lit Meridian An., Miami Stack, Ph. It-HSt; Mri. A. A. Hoyden. 2111 S.W. list ., f. t-50i Mr.. Mwry 6r..,m.<>, ISM I.W. etfc It., Miami. P. 4S-M20. HORSEBACK RIDING WATER SPORTS PRIVATE LAKE GOLF — TENNIS OVERNIGHT TRIM MODERN CABINS %  •eter %  >< line eo snnlMi.



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I PAGE 6 A Barbara Pallot to Wed in Fall Rites The engagement of Barbara Pallot to Howard M. Katzen is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Pallot. 5G70 Alton rd Miami Beach. The future bridegroom is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Katzen. 1543 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach. The couple first met while attending Miami Beach High School, •^ where they graduated. Miss Pallot wa> a student at the University f Alabama, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, secretary of PanhelIf.nic Council and a member of Triangle, an honorary service organization. .-he is now attending the I'nivcrtity ot .Miami and i-> an officer of sororit) Mr. Katzen is also attending t lie University of Miami and is in the School of Businc Administration. ward is affiliated with Pi Lamb. Phi fraternity, lie is an officer I won the Omega Eta Awurd. Ht was a member of Interfrater\ Council. A winter wedding is being plan%  I PERSONALLY SPEAKING •Ir and Mrs Louis Block, oi 1648 BW 7th it., have as their house esl Mrs Charles Minowiti A mcr Miamian f'>r 20 years, she w resides in New York she is -<> being entertained by her Ighter and sun in law, Mr and Charles Blau, and grandson icr> Mrs Mm.iwit/ will !• Several week-, Miss tmrkara Pallet Mrs. Schwartz New President Of Beth El Sisterhood Mrs Allen Shaw, Montgomery, ,\ '.i.. and daughter, Synthia are • ending three weeks at the home her father, Milton Hal-am North M ami Beach Mr Shaw i,i ser •nt in the United States Air rev and will join hifamil) at nning of June Saal Opens Office I Lester Saal thiweek an t jnced the opening oi his offices the general practice of law in 412 Biscayne Building, 19 West agler si Miami Saal ia mem : the Florida and New York te Bar. Dora August Memorial Hall will I be the site for the installation of I new officers of Congregation Beth I El Sisterhood on Tuesdaj evening, May 25. at 8 p.m. Mrs, Kmanuel Karger will be installin.i; officer. Newly elected pres ident ol the women's organization iMrs Kugene Schwartz. Others named to office include the Me-lames M,\ Rappaport, first vice president; Al Zisman. second vice president; Mary Hirschorn, treasurer: Maurice Wcger. financial secretary; Sam Philips, record ing secretary: William Swimmer, corresponding >ecretar\; and S. T. Swirsky, chaplain. Board members are the Mcsdames Gladys Bruckner. A Orccn ': Kidgen, S Jacobson. M Jay, i. Kaplan B Miller \ Peplr. R Potash. I) Singer. A Rosen• i B Sakowit/. P.. Schlussler. .1. Kahn. E, Kargei. .1 Solinger M Liebman, S Sckhaus, S Siegal, S. Zeitlin and S. Kedhck. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be principal -peaker at the installation affair Mrs Swirakj will give the invocation. Miss Barbara Levy Plans Fall Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levy, of 518 Catalonia ave.. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara, t > Herbert Loft. son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Loft, of New York and Miami Beach. Miss Levy, a graduate of Miami Senior High School, is a past president of Hi Mel B'nai B"rith Girls and was presented with an honor ary lifetime membership in B'nai B'rilh She is a sophomore at the University of Miami, where she is treasurer of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman women's honorary, .and a member of Future Teachers of America. The bride elect received a Dade County Scholarship and has been tin the Dean's List for her outstanding scholastic average each semester since entering the U of M. Miss Levy has been a member of the Sunday School faculty of the Coral Gables Jewish Center for the past five years and also a teacher in the Hebrew School. Mr. Loft attended New York University and graduated from St. John's University in 1948. with a degree in accounting. He served two >ears in the United States Air Force. He is "now president of the Loft Paint Supply Company of New York. The couple are planning a fall wedding. la. r SUND YOUR SUMMIK VACATION IN 1HI BtU£ R/DGE MOUNTAINS Osceola Lake Inn HENDERSONVIUE, NORTH CAROtlNA Joe Rubin, Omntr-Mfr. SPECIAL REDUCED RATES—Weekly Throughout June Hi Per Per.on SPECIAL FAMILY SEASONAL RATES • New Swimming Pool and Cnildreni Wading Pool • Jewnh.American Cumne — 3 Mealt Daily • Ail Rooma with Shower or Bath. • Shuf.ieboard. P.ng.Pong. Handball. Rowing. Fnhmg. Golf. Honeback Riding. Wienie Roasts, etc. Call or Write: P. 0. Box 764, Hendersonville, N. C. Phone 9156 Make bugs die... before they Multiply : REAL-KILL BUG KILLER Mill Sv Jmfltt Jaffees Announce Sue's Betrothal Two former Miami Beach High School students. Sue Jaffee and Fred Diamond, will be wed on Julv 25. Their engagement is announced by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs Harry A Jaffee. 1610 Meridian ave. Mis* j„ffoe attended the University of Miami Her fiance is the a on oi Mi and Mrs Louis Beller 1255 SW 16th st He was a student at the University of Florida, where he belonged U> Z.-ta Beta Tau, insurance society, and Delta Sigma Pi. honorary business fraternity. •Mil* I haptcr I'L-IIIK Festival Next fund raising event of the Greater Miami Auxiliary Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society is the i spring festival to be held on Sun day evening. May 23. at Hibiscus Lodge. Among features will be the show I mg of the latest in spring and sumj mer fashions shown by Ruth's Fash ( ions. Inc 1461 Collins ave. Refreshments will be served by | Mrs. Maurey Poncher. Mrs Samuel Schainberg and their committee. Proceeds of the event will be used for tubercular patients con fined in local tubercular wards, as well as for those confined in the tree non sectarian sanitorium in J>pivak. Colorado, which specializes in treatment of tuberculosis and other diseases of the chest The loc,, group s -n anxm of the sanitorium. Mrs Henrietta schoenfeld is president Mrs Jerry Poncher. chairman, announces that tickets for this event may be obtained by contact ">g her committee. Djanold Goche Bar Mitzvah on Beach Djanold Gache, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Gache, of San Marino Island, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldman, all of Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah Saturdaymorning, May I, at Beth Israel Con gregation. 40th st. and Sheridan ave. Djanold is a graduation student in junior high school. After the Bar Mitzvah ceremon ies. kiddush was served. A catered affair was held at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Gache on Sunday. Among guests were many of Djanold's young friends, as well as officers and members of Beth Israel-Congregation. Mr. Goldman, Djanold's grand father, was one of the first members of Beth Israel Congregation and a former Gabai of Rneeeth Israel Congregation. N iss Mn Jstwne J^M'rtielApS^y The ceremnn,,,,^ Fl Temple oi & tV***!" ".ag e by bsr'iS w r, %  a full lenguTiZ ^'e.„delu3gfi Riht Car ? d "^ mother carried af£ ding The groom's sister |_ '-"• as matron ot hod %  Hired in a ballerin, "-in taffeta gown,, colonial bouquet oi tions and yellow ten Bridesmaids. Miss Woskin and Mrs. irri wore ballerina len; taffeta gowns and bouquets of pink a red roses. Miss Carol Betty cousin of the groom, bridesmaid, wearing i gown over satin. Her I a colonial nosegay of pjl I tions and red roses. Best man for Mr. Ap, j Burns Millstone, brotkf] ; bride Groomsmen indsi I Lite and David Librarb. The bride's mother a, lace and tulle over satal groom's mother was attorn lave over satin. Both ana] 1 orchids. A reception followed 1 I ding ceremony in the la IN LESS THAN 41 FROM PACKAGE Til Carl Workman Bar Mitzvah Saturday Carl B. Workman, son of Mrs. Thelma Workman, 1521 Meridian ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 22. at Temple Fmanu-FI. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, will officiate An eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School. Carl | eK h for the DROMCBAVf attends the Religious School of -jrj.jfg wits ttt kHSV CORN MUFF MIX Temple Emanu-El. I fcrSB*SB*S*S*^*^*SS>>S*S*2S* Scnmtof KOSHER CATERERS] Weddings Bar Mitzvah Buffets Garden Parties } { f 1 >t.-*--.>"..--/fl*^aVfjp CATBRING A CtnmpUtt Stmct No Party Too Small No Patty To Lai* 775 Dadr Boulevard M imi lea* Phone 5-vv.i: If No Aiwwei Call !> %  Under Rabbinical Suptn %. % urditips SUNSHINE the home of •""•a DH. pat. oft. Miami • Miaxal Beach • Ft. Laudardale • W* 4P | YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION ol E BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI j I MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI 1281 WASHINGTON AVZNOE



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PAGE 8 A Masons Name lessen Deputy Grand Master Miami attorney Ben Essen has T>ech named District Deputy Grand -ter of the 28th Masonic Dis tri t Announcement of the apntmcrtt was made this week by Thomas E. Taylor. Grand Master Masons of the state of Florida The 28th District include* 14 ionic Lodges in the Miami. Mi +Je*lstincr**an ... Collins Support Gets Stronger Here, Says Cypen Support of Senator LeRo) ColI lins by the people ol Miami Beach : and Dade County was gaining nater and greater impetu-. Reach I chairman Irving Cypen told a with•ring of Executive Committee members at tbeir weekly luncheon al the Royal Palm Hotel. "The Senator 1 record his plat form and his mtagrtt) have iron him many friends, and we confidently look for an overwhelming majority in the May 25 primary," Cypen reported Hiopponent's record habeen bared to the cfli UM and many of his first-time support! Iare changing then .u legiance." • A final brunch was schedule I foi the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, May 2.'i. at 1(1 am. with an overflow crowd expected. Prominent speak t > FRIDAY V i i Btn tssen Beach and North Miami areas, --en is a Past Master (,[ Hi cus Lodge, Miami Beach, and been active in the order lor nj years He is a past president of Miami ish Community Center, was • asurer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai •th. an officer in the local Zi -t Organization. Beth David agogue and trustee of Hillel ndation SfvliK Hoard Without PoUtivH School Board devoid ol poll bickering and selfish and BOmic ambitions is the aim of Iiami minister who is a eandi • le in the May 23 school elections 'he lte\ Prank E Harlow, who entlj retired after serving two 4orates in Greater Miami, said hopes to bring unit) to the ool Board, serving with the hon e.-t intention of making unselfish ;isions individual!) and not In ups Ir Harlow, a candidate m Dis t %  '*. said that while this is his -t 'political race'' he doesn't nt to think of it as -politic" I don't think politics shouhJ en 1tr into operation ol the school • tern." be declared %  \\,',. ve reached a point in Dade County Where the public including the ti dChera have lost confidence in • School Board and school jyj. U m. I want to help bring that con ence back again." wmmm lyHiiiiiliil Collector Earnest Overatreet, will address the workerand Collins supporters In their closing trategy meeting. Mrs Louis Glasser, chairman of the Women s Division of the Com mittee to elect Collins, repotted that manj women who actively sup ported Brailey odham in the first runofl have joined forces with the Collins workers • Mrs Bessie Teitch one of Odham key campaigners, has been doing an outstanding job in the weeks before the runofl to help in the election of Senator Collins," Mrs Glaaaer stated. A substantial group of representatives of the hotel industry of Miami Beach pledged their vigorous support of the Collins candldac) Bl a meeting this week at the Sans Souci Hotel, while leaders of diversified industries held a campaign rally at the Algiers For the return of clean, pro gressive government and intelligent leadership in the years ahead. I we believe Collins must be elected was the consensus expressed b) realtor-, merchantand others Several hundred persons at a South Shore rally for Collins at Washington ave and 2nd st were reminded that "il you did not vote on Ma) 4. you still have the right to vote on May 25 Don't !>e fooled by those who tell you otherwise," Cypen informed his audience He also enlightened them that "you can change your vote to Collins il you voted lor Johns the first time Other speakers included I'hilip Salmon. Daniel Broad, former president of the Apartment Association, and Morris Gold, its secre• tary A packed neighborhood meeting Saturday night tor Precinct 24 launched a series of < lolling rallies which are directed b) Helen Alpert and Sam Kohrin IjiJlllP 5 "" Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, officers installed on. Sunday at the Biscavnp T seated (left to right) Sanford Swerdlin. vice president; Stanley Caidin vice nT? "* Rauzin. president; Joseph Rayvis. president elect; and Edward Roth monitoJ \*V to riqht) are Bernard Liberman, treasurer and trustee; Edward Klein financinl %  ert Lewison. warden; Milton Sadoff. guardian; Alan Kessler, correspondina le 9 ? 10711 Schwartz, assistant warden; and Louis Gordon, trustee. Not shown are Dr M A VL recording secretary; and Alex Douglis. Samuel Friedman and Bernard Kohn mi i speaker was Circuit Judge Stanley MUledge. who was introduced by Miami Mayo Abe Vallum Points to [Goldbergs Mark liword on Eve i.'Utli Anniversary Of II ii noli Here On the eve of the runoff primary next Monday. Judge Raymond G Nathan called upon the voters to look at his record of experience as Judge of Dade County's smalt claims court. As his campaign to keep his post as Judge of the new county court. Judge Nathan said he is the only candidate with lengthy legal experience and the only candidate with any judicial experience. Judge Nathan led in the May 4 primary by 14.000 votes over his nearest opponent. He received a total of over 34.000 votes. A DadCounty resident for more than 33 years. Judge Nathan is a member of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and has been active in com munity affairs for a number of yean "I can pledge to continue serving the people as I have served them this last year as judge of the new court." Nathan said. "My aim always is to treat everyone who comes into my court with the same courteous, fair and patient attentivenesa that I have in the past More than 26.000 pe.sons have (dine before Judge Nathan in the last yc; ir alone, and he has han died over 8.800 cases on the calendar. Nat Shenkin and Mrs Josaii ramson Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Goldberg. 3105 SW 24th St., helped the couple celebrate their 34th wedding anniversary at a surprise party in their honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kitman. 2301 SW 24th ter. Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg have lived in Miami for the past five years and are formerly of Cleveland, O. They have two sons and a daughter-in-law living here. A daughter. Mrs. Joseph Marmar. resides injf Toledo. They have four grand-' % children. J Mrs. Goldberg is president of the j 1 Chesed Shel Emess and is also! % active in the Free Loan Associa £ tion and the Goodwill Group. Hostesses at the party were Mrs SPRING H AND H / O N $11 I \f AS > SUNDAY, MAT 1M, I* I HIBISCUS 10DCE 955 U| Ktlreihment: Music DNTI f Fathion, by Ruth's Fiilw,| Miami Beach | Small ArfmittHct CIMTM % COMf MD Hilt FKff TUIMCOUHS I | Greater Miami Auxilitil Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Form New Congregation Beth Kmeth Congregation, a new ly formed synagogue in the North Miami area, has been announced this week First meeting of the congregation was held on Wednesday evening at Sunkist Playground In charge of information is Mrs Stanle> Clatter. 100 NW 128th st, H::::H::::::::::: pi FOR THE SUNDAY u P I THE BREAD THAT'S NATURALLY. GOOD! &&#J -ytSWA BOHEM/AHRVE PUMPERNICKEL &EA/CH BREAD £66 WIST* AUGUST BROS, BREAD Featuring i The World's Most \ Exciting'Flam Genuine Konher FORMOSl Frankfurters ^** Salami Bologna Liverwurst 3 f-' >s 9 T H STR( E T MIAMI -.OR



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IY 21. 1954 Attend Bar ,h Reception mold Sheir TM Sheir will become Bar Saturday morning. May services of Beth David \ Rabbi Max Shapiro and laurice Mamches will offis the son of Mr. and „ r K Sheir, 2430 SW 21st a r Mil/vah attends Beth ligious School and belongs Schwartzman Attends Educational Conference Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish *J*#sl>fhr**Orj PACE 7 A Mrs. Spector to be Installed President Serving her second term, Mrs Bernard Spector will be installed Education, this week represented t* •* %  %  %  of the Sigma Delta Greater Miami at a conference of' TII" Alumn ae League on Saturday. Education in Philadelphia. I at 12:30 p.m. Schwartzman chaired the es-> Installing officer, Mrs. Morton %  ion, '[Toward the Improvement of Grant national president of Sig Toadsing Jewish Social Studies." ma Del,a T sorority. Also included on the aeenda 0,her new uiifcers are the MesMrs. Taran to be Installed President Of Deborah Group Mrs. S. H. Taran, who succeeds Mrs. H. Gutman. will be installed as president of the Deborah Group of Hadassah at a luncheon on May 26, 12:30 p.m., the Algiers Hotel. Other officers includes the Mesagenda were discussions of parent-teacher associations, functions and scope of Jewish educational boards and dames Harold Rubin, first vice president: Freda Harris, second vice president: Marvin Meitus, business and executive sessions in recor d' n 8 secretary; Henry Gaggwhich Schwartzman, who is an exes,atter > corresponding secretary; cutive member of the Council, participated. National Segal Talks Bernard Segal, special agent of the New York Life Insurance Company associated with the Miami District Office, attended the company's Star Club meeting last weekend at Pinehurst, N.C. He was scheduled to speak on the subject: "Opportunities Today." Paul Goldman, treasurer: and Philip Spier, parliamentarian. Final plans for the SDT biennial convention, to be held at the Sea Isle Hotel June 23-26, will be discussed at a business meeting following the installation. Arnold M. Slltir Soy Seoul Troop there. He seventh grade student at ioah Junior High School," be ia member of the CamBoyClub. eption in his honor will be id \ i -.ening at Arnold's |Some 125 persons are exi attend The Bar Mitzvah's Brentare Mr. and Mrs. M. Vest Palm Beach, and Mrs. Witt. Worcester, Mass. Book Available I YORK -An attractive Dro recipe booklet, containing variety of easily prepared I recipetor cakes, cookies, k. snackand frostings, has krepare.l by the Hills Brothpitipan;. makers of kosher dary (.ike Mixes, and may 8ine


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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 28—Number 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS n-Aggression' Clause Restored In Arms Deal ftial View ard Near ;t Criticized [iNGTON (JTA) — A "nonln" clause dropped from a ty of the Mutual Security before Congress has been m the wake of protests might not be restrained Ing it* new grant of arms prael. it was learned thi* luse was written back into |t to require recipients of a.NM>tance to give assur|at such equipment will not offensively. At the same fcngress was apprised of [protests throughout the [over the grant of arms aid %  Louis B. Heller told the It Representative! that "un|el>. our own country has embarked upon a policy piled impartiality' as be%  ew.N and Arabs, which only |he cunning purposes of the ate* He cited the arms lo Iraq and said "we are the Arabs at the expense El. our only true ally" and |n that area." Edward A. Gramatz. of r. called the attention of in ,i resolution adopted I I Baltimore Zionist Council est against an Administration to provide Iraq with | grant of American muniHouse Foreign Affairs Com|directed its attention this the Arab Israel situation eetiny which was held belosed doors. Economic and b aid to the Near Eastern nd strategic considerations %  cussed. State Department made I that Iraq, in consideration [U.S. arms grant awarded it, ndertaken no commitments hsard to Turkey and PakisTiis was disclosed when Rep. |K. Javits made public an sent him by the State Debit in reply to a series of Continued on Pag* 5 A Myers New President Of Miami Federation David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first Prime Minister, at work in the Negev settlement of Sdeh Boker where he retired to tend sheep after resigning from the government. Stanley C. Myers, Miami attorney, long active here and in national Jewish affairs, has been elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He assumes the important' post for the third time, having served as president of the agency in 1938 and again in 1941. Outgoing President Carl Weinkle passed the gavel to Myers in ceremonies at the Federation 16th annual dinner meeting held in the Di Lido Hotel this week. The meeting also heard the announcement of 51,137,863 as the figure to date for Greater Miami's CJA campaign. Some 400 Federation members, wives and community leaders were on hand to witness the event. A i rousing vote of confidence was given to the man who helped guide j Federation through its early years as a community welfare agency and who has seen service in many major positions with leading agencies during the past 20 years. Elected to serve as vice presidents of Federation for the coming year were Sam Friedland, How.-• %  :'~:-:pJH Byroade Blames Soviet for Added Turmoil Dulles Denies Weakening in Israel-American Relations WASHINGTON (JTA) — Israel Ambassador Abba Eban Friday discussed recent addresses of Assist ant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade against the background of the present status of Israel-Ameritne n "i gn value "he attaches to the can relations in a 45-minute talk | friendship of the two peoples and mCTON (JTA) RabJ fc ba Hillel Silver held re conferences with •Resident Richard M. !" and Secretary oi State 'Foster Dulles Tueaday. ; wported here. The conu ^iween Dr. Silver ,"* %  Dulles covered a r nge 0 f subject! relatAmerican policy on leaf the State Department with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Following his talk with Secretary Dulles, the Ambassador said: "After several weeks without an opportunity of discussing American-Israel affairs, I took the opportunity to bring relations under review and referred very frankly to a disquiet in all circles in Israel Shochet Picked To be President Of Publishers WASHINGTON (WNS) — Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian. has been elected president of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, succeeding Philip Slomovitr, publisher of The Jewish News of Detroit, who has served since the Association's founding. A delegation representing the association was received at the White House last week by Presidential assistant Sherman Adams who accepted qn behalf of Presi dent Eisenhower a Bible presented by the publishers. The association's annual convention was addressed by Maxwell D. Rabb, cabinet operations officer. Rabb traced the background of developments in the field o civil rights, American-Israel relat.bns and related matters. During its sessions here, tne association met with Solic.tor GenContinued on P9 A which I am conveying to my government." He added that he got the impression that Secretary Dulles "feels it is not right to believe any recent events indicate any lessening of American friendship and sympathy for Israel." Apart from this 'extremely frank and valuable discussion." Mr. Eban said, the question of Arab-Israel relations was taken up and possible means of reducing tension in that area considered. The question of the recently announced American munitions grant to Iraq was among the problems discussed, the Ambassador revealed. At the start of the conversation with Secretary Dulles, the Ambassador expressed Israel's views on "all recent expressions of American policy." This led to a general discussion of the recent pattern of developments. It was clear that the Ambassador had pursued at some length questions created by Assistabout the future of American-Isant Secretary Byroade's recent exrael relations." J pressions affecting Israel. Reuven Mr. Eban reported that the Sec-1 Shiloah. Israel Minister Pleniporetary gave him "a most important, tentiary, participated in today's and encouraging reply concerning meeting. The Ambassador also made known that he very recently met with Eric Johnston, Presidential envoy to the Near East, and discussed the proposed Jordan Valley Authority and .irrigation matters. The leaders of virtually all parties in the Israel Parliament approved this week the statement on Israel's foreign policy presented by Premier Moshe Sharett in which he took sharp issue with U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Henry 1 A.. Byroade's "advice" to Israel and criticized the Soviet Union for its anti-Israel vetoes at the United Nations Security Council. Following an eight-hour debate on Mr. Sharett's speech, in which leaders of all parties represented in the Parliament participated, the deputies voted overwhelmingly to "take note" of the government's position. The debate was preceded by a speech by Pinchas Lavon, the Minister of Defense, who told the House that Israel will be able to Continued on Page 4 A Stanley Myers returns to office ard Kane, Aaron M. Kanner. Satn J. Heiman and Sidney Lefcourt. Named treasurer was David Phillips, and Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, who served as co-chairman of the Women's Division in this year's campaign, was elected secretary. Weinkle automatically assumes the traditional posi of honorary president. The community's most prominent civic workers and religious leaders were named to fill the positions for 15 trustees. These include Sam Blank. Joseph Cherner, Moses Ginsberg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon Jacobs. Abe Kurman, Marcie Liberman. Ma\ Orovitz, Joseph M. Rose, Herbert E. Scher, Jacob Sher, William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin and Joseph R. Stein. Myers served with distinction in the honored position of national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds for four years between 1946 and 1950. He was also president of the Council's Southeastern Region and has been a member of the Councils Executive, Community Organization, National-Local Relations and the Budget and Finance Committees. He has been a Council Board member since 1943. He was recently appointed chairman of the important Community Organization and Budget and Finance Committees and is also serving on the William J. Shroder Memorial Award Committee. Working with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation as an officer and trustee since its inception. Myers gave inspiration and leadership Continued on Page 10 A Bond Affair at Westview Club Saturday Indications that Saturday night's dinner for charter members of Guardians of Israel will be the most successful effort in this area for the State of Israel Bond Organization, were given this week by Bond officials. It is possible that close to $350,000 in sales of the new Develop ment Issue will be announced by chairman Jacob Sher at the dinner, which starts at 6:30 p.m. in Westview Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Sher will be hos's to the Guardians at the dinner which will also mark the sixth anniversary of the State of Israel. Guardians are all those men who have invested a minimum of $1,000 in the Development Issue of Israel Bonds. The goal for this year in the Greater Miami area has been set at $750,000, which represents one per cent of the overall target of $75,000,000. Sher reported that special rosettes would be presented Trustees of Israel (those who purchased a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Bondand that blue and white lapel bars would be presented the Guardianduring the dinner celebration. Sher emphasized that only those who have purchased a minimum of SI.000 in the Development Issue are considered Guardians. The chairman made special note that both men and women weroto be guests..Many will include Sponsors of Israel—those women who Continutd on Page 3 A



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PAGE 8 B %  knittIfkfktom Letters To The Editor Editor, TMc Jewish Floridian: Leo Mindlin's recent editorial of Friday, May 7. with its reference to the American Christian Palestine Committee and the Zionist Council of South Florida is shameful in the disservice done to both of the above organisations and the dedicated personalities therein. There is so much urgent work to do that this writer would not take valuable time to deign an aBSWCI were it not for the inaccuracies m the above mentioned editorial One charge which must be MSWCr ed is Mindlin's attack of the American Christian Palestine Committee up of Professional Zionist! whOM ideals pay them well." The gnat numbers of local and national Christian friends whose heroic efforts on behalf of Israel are so well known gives the lie to Mind lin's outrageous statements We take this opportunity to again record our gratitude in the i iteration given to the Zionist Council locally and nationally by these same Christian leaders. We shall continue to welcome and to k their friendship and help at and its leadership whin he stales ( JJ |j m ,, s \\,. hope they will conand falsely, "the American Chris-1thme t" give it as freely in the tian Palestine Committee is made f„t„ n -,v they have so unselfishly and inspiftngly in the past. Mindlin could learn a great deal from these Christians The very Christians he attacks know infinitely more than he of Zionist Council, the American Christian Palestine Committee and Israel. They bring to all of these n understanding, idealism and compassion through their own study and acceptance of the entire complex problem. Mrs George M. Cohen Chairman, Zionist Council of South Florida • ED. Mr. Mindlin's specific statement Wtt that some of ACPC'i members nationally are among those foremost profession al Zionist" whose ideals pay them well lh< misquotation publish ed ai)o\,Implies that all ACPC members are professional" Zionists, which is not in accord with the text of Mr Mindlin's column appearing last May 7. Fort Lauderdale youngsters were recent guests of Home Milk at the company's Fort Lauderdale dairy. Uncle Dan, WITV television star, was on hand to greet the crowds of children and their parents. Each child received balloons and a Home Milk hat from Uncle Dan, and there waa plenty of Home Milk chocolate milk for everyone. While the funiest was in progress, Home Milk revealed its new plastic Space Patrol drink shaker. Shaped Ufc) a real rocket ship, the shaker helps children to mix their own malts and milkshakes and comes complete with its own plastic straw, which inserts in the rocket's nose. The Space Patrol shakers are available from Home Milk. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING „ GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your horn* art the better and more economical way DRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TINT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Drywood or Subterranean Termites MIAMI 841 Biecayne Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 ELECT JOHN B. ORR, Jr. State Representative Group 2 SERVICE to Dad* County is his destiny ess a member of a pioneer family whose members nave bem leaders for civic betterment here for over 40 years. Born and schooled here and a practicing lawyer, he's led the fight to bring Dade its fair shore of tax monies through additional representation in the legislature. IT'S TiME WE PI T Of R ORR IX and fought for the tttrong voirp ir# tlvHvrvv in TallahaHHvv PULL LEVER 6-A (Pd PoUU .0 \,u i MM svassm MBMM wp ....A Hsai Builders of Immqrtal Memorials for the inar> r> nan Jewish Trade Look /or the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES 0*4* Sunday* Phone 13-0249 Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ru De.1 Jwwitfc C .-,,.l.t „. MORRIS NASATTR . May 21 Herbert H,,I. Su8 *i 8 p.m.. st the home o f jttr. and in dr>m a "* %  Si r v c %  • i L i \ LET'S KEEP T Hli OUR GOVIRNOS No Matter What They Tell You A state tax commission WILL threaten your Homestead Exemption!! CHARLEY JOHNS is opposed to a Ska! Tax Commissiop. His opponent FAVOBS] a State Tax Commission. No matter how CHARLEY JOHNS' op.] ponent and his supporters try to explain i I away, a State Tax Commission WILL S( DANGER your Homestead Exemption. lm ask your local City or County Tax Assesw and see what he says. A State Tax Commission will cental more power in Tallahassee ... take away authority from local government. Such a] commission could immediately or in tne future raise your homestead assessment to the point where your Homestead Exenption benefits would be wiped out. That's ONE GREAT BIG REASON te supporting and voting for CHARLEY JOHNS for GOVERNOR. Home Folks Big Vote Tells Important Story What the home folks think about a a* didate tells a lot. CHARLEY JOHNS J ceived 91.73% of all votes cast in his host Senatorial District. His opponent received less than 50% of the votes cast in his Sen* torial District. Still Another Reason ROADS CHARLEY JOHNS' Acton Rood Board has inaugurated the grefli road-and-bridge buUding progranvin da's history. More than $100,000,000 M •pent on Florida's rc^d-buildingdunM 1954. The money to pay for this great PJ gram is available. The work Wiw DONE. You can see a lot of it under %  right now. _* There are many other reasons w port CHARLEY JOHNS. He's a Man* tion. well qualified for the olllce Lvtfl nor. Support and vote lor W^ JOHNS for GOVERNOR. CE0 RCE W. W*£? Campai9 Irt Slat* JEROME JOHNS Stale Campaign Mar. (Paid Political Adv Protect Your Homestead Exemption v !" CHARLEY JOHNS*-'



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Jliewxvjislb-ISIiOididliiaun FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1954 SEC. B roade Met in Secret to Unite Anti-Zionist Jews A'GTON—Although Presfcnhower gave assurances %  nt of U.S. munitions to fcsented no threat to Isxinaggression" clause has iinaled from the newest [proposed legislation aufcuch aid. Meanwhile, high fation officials indicated or a program to split IsAmerican Jewry and to L ae l for the absence o£ fern peace. V Bvroade. Assistant SecStale for Near Eastern look Israel to task in an efore an anti-Zionist conbf the American Council km af Philadelphia. ShortJter. Vice President RichIcon told Byroade: "Henry. In expert on that area but |>ou made a very good Israel Foreign Minister narett. who does consider omething of an expert on %  in question, did not think of the B) roade speech. Using the anti-Zionist forum pro-1 vided by the ACJ, Byroade suggested that Israel close the doors i of the Jewish National Home to satisfy the Arab League. He hinted at an analogy between Irael's treatment of the Arabs and the Nazi extermination of Jews. He assured the Arabs that "if Israel herself should decide upon expansive aggression" the United States would fulfill its obligations to maintain order under the Tripartite Declaration of 1950. This would be done, he said, although the Arabs might wonder "if the domestic political aspects of such a problem in the United States might not make it Impossible for us to live up to our stated intentions." Byroade reported to the anti-Zionists that Israelis were "to a certain extent emotionally excitable." Byroade apparently sees himself as a sort of international psychiatrist. He prescribed what Israel.' should do to allay the "fears"! which beset the Arab League and Irwin Weinstein Named President crida Hadassah at Tampa Meeting hrin Wi instein was namient of the Florida Region ssah at the organization's onfereiHc in Tampa. Delekm chapters throughout the Jre joined by those repreSan Juan. Puerto Rico, at 111 meet [alerted I,, (iff ice from the Bliami area were Mrs. MilIn. vice president, and Mrs. [' Nelson, corresponding Among those chosen |ifmherwere Mrs. Joseph Miami, and Mrs. Ilyman I. Hollw %  Weinstein, a well-known t of tlie Greater Miami Jewnmunity. served for two ui of the Greater Chapter of Hadassah, and lone of its honorary vice ht> She ia member of the If Governors of the Greater Jewish Federation; member %  Educational Committee of fmen Division of Federaard member of the Zionist |of South Florida, recording V of Conference of Jewish fs Organization. Board memne Conference of Christians £s and a member of the Adrouncil of the Women's Dilor Bonds of Israel Governibprtt Donmte and Pulpit png Rabbis and dignitaries p part and witness the dediK>l a new Holy Ark and Pul[the Temple of the North Rewish Center, 13630 West pay. North Miami, on Sunfining. May 23. at 8 p.m. JHoly Ark and Pulpit is a I'he North Dade Jewish CenIwur of its members. ort Jacobs, an active memia contributor, Abraham .recent recipient of a Life frsnip to the Center and JoTosenfcld. former lay spiritaa er and organizer of they .are the donors. I Arc and Pulpit is designed H| "I 1 "'! 'Nasser, architect, and !" bl,llt to the minute speci!" by charter member Sam I s Pirit and sincerity with ^each and every member acL,, met nis obligations to Fr and community is the B r '" the ra P' d rowth "•'Progress made by the PP n of ve years." said Rabv r> "kolica, spiritual leader. Mrs. Irwin Wei'mfem Before coming to Miami. Mrs. Weinstein served as president for three years of the Laurelton P 4 P Division of Hadassah and also as vice president of the Lower New York State Region of the Business and Professional Division of Hadassah. Mrs. Nelson is vice president ot the Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah and coordinator of vocational education of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Shapiro is past president of the Stephens. Wise group of Hadassah. Mrs. Sirkin a vice president of the region. is also an honorary vice president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah and president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations. ... Regional officers were installed at the closing banquet by Mrs. hzra Shapiro, national vice president of Hadassah. Others assuming posts included the Mesdames Charles Adler, Tampa, vice president; Ben Eisenstein. Sarasota, vice president; Harry Katt. Jacksonville.wee president; Stanley Weins.er, Orlando, recording secretary; and flyman Katz. Jacksonville. tttMW Other Board members include the Mesdames Philip Bcrkowit Polk County; Samuel rrartxrg Petersburg; William Goldman. JacksonvUle; and Rubin Rattenberg, Clearwater. "remove this spectre—which does not seem to be based upon reality —from minds in the Middle East." While admitting that the Arab apprehension does not seem "based upon reality." Byroade nevertheless apparently felt that Israel could remove these hallucinations and phantoms from Arab imagination by taking the steps recommended by the sick Arab minds. The biographic register of the Department of State does not indicate that Byroade holds any degrees in psychiatry. In Byroade's analysis, Jews are too "emotionally excitable." It is true that some people of that faith question the wisdom of Byroade's judgment on such matters as the promotion of Arab-Israel peace by providing the Arabs with free grants of heavy munitions. This, apparently puts them into the "ex-! citable" category. Strategy to undermine pro-Zion-' ist sentiment in the United States has been under discussion for some time by Byroade and the ACJ. The climax of months of planning took place when Byroade addressed the ACJ convention at Philadelphia. This event was visualized at a secret meeting which occurred in Washington last December 3 behind the closed doors of the South Lounge of the Carlton Hotel. A similar conference was held in San Francisco about a month previously when Byroade met with an ACJ group in that city. The room which was the scene of the Washington meeting was reserved in the name of a "Mr. Roland Among those in attendance were I.< ssing J. Rosenwald. president of the ACJ, and Rabbi Elmer Berger. its executive director. Interviewed as he emerged from the meeting, Byroade smiled nervously. I merely met with some old friends whom I have known for a number of years," he said, "adding that it was "nothing to be reported in the press." Rosenwald was invited to one of the first dinner parties tendered at the White House by President Eisenhower. He subsequently visited the President to convey what he represented to be the anti-Zionist views of a large section of American Jewry. In September 1953, the White House announced the appointment of Morris Dolf, of Philadelphia, as General Counsel of the Foreign Operations Administration. Wolf is a member of the executive committee of the ACJ. A government announcement said Wolf would be "responsible, among other things, for interpreting legislation pertaining to foreign operations, and for assistance in developing formal agreements with participating countries." The FOA is directly concerned with conducting the foreign aid program affecting Israel and the Arab states yet its general conusel in private life is a member of the executive committee of an organization devoted to opposing the existence of Israel. Wolf is listed on the 1952 ACJ letterhead as secretary of the organization, listed sideby-side with Rosenwald and the treasurer as one of the three leading officers. ihere are elements in the State Department which resent and oppose Zionism. They claim Zionism interfers with the pursuit of Arab friendship. Anxious to implement an openly anti-Israeli policy, these elements use the ACJ as a front to give the impression that there are no anti-Jewish implications to he actions they would like to take against Israel. But those who raise questions about this development do sojit the peril of being psychoanalyzed as "emotionally excitable." r Monday and Tuesday, May 24 and 25, are the dates for the 15th annual conference of the Association of Florida Rabbis to be held in Lakeland, Fla., this year. Committee on arrangements include Rabbis A. Gelberman, of Lakeland, host Rabbi; Morris Chapman, of St. Petersburg; Henry Okalica, Miami; Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dean of Florida Rabbis; and Irving Lehrman, of Miami Beach. Numerous papers dealing with civic and religious studies will be presented during the two-day sessions, including a panel discussion on expanding Jewish education in the State of Florida. Edwin Lukas to Address Annual Meeting Of AJCommittee at Delano Hotel on 27th "How to Combat Communism While Preserving Civil Liberties" will be the title of the feature addresa to be given at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter. American Jewish Committee, on Thursday evening. May 27. 7 p.m., at the Delano Hotel. Presentation will be made by Edwin J. Lukas. national director of the A.I Committee's Civil Rights ; Department. A well known lawyer Who practices trial and appeal counsel in criminal and civil ma! I ters in New York State and Federal Courts for 17 years. Lukas lie 1 came associated with the Society for I he Prevention 01 Crime in 1941 and served as the society's execu tive director in 1943 until 1950. when he joined the American Jewish Committee to direct its civil rights activities. Prior to that time, he had been active in committee affairs for many years, having served as a member of the executive, scienti! fie research, civil rights and public affairs committees. Long concerned with the threat of Communism to democratic institutions, the committee has devoted considerable attention to the potential dangers to civil liberties Rabbi Gross to Address National Convention of i Hebrew Day School PTA Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin; cipal of the Hebrew Academy, has i been invited to address the National Association of the Hebrew Day School, PTA convention which will meet in Washington, DC, May 3031. The National PTA, publishers of the "Jewish Parent," a popular pedagogic magazine for teachers and parents, is the organization comprising and servicing all day school PTA's-throughout the country. Nationwide in scope, this association, sponsored by Torah Umesorah, has its headquarters in New York City with an affiliation of more than 100 schools and an enrollment of some 20,000 members. Rabbi Gross' topic' will be "The Role of the Teacher in the Educative Process." He will be one of three major panelists who will discuss all aspects of the Hebrew day school program. According to reports from the national office, over 500 delegates are expected from all parts of the country. Theme of the convention will be "The Impact of the Day School Upon the Cultural Life of our Communities." A special session will be devoted to lay leaders, principals and administrators of the day school. resulting from indiscriminate methods of combatting totalitarian influences. Lukas will report on the recent decisions of the American Jewish Committees National Executive Committee regarding the issue of j the use of the fifth amendment in %  Senate investigations. Among numerous other civil organizatii ns, he is an active member of the Association of the Bar of New York City, of the Board o£ I Directors of the Child Adoption | Committee and of the Citizens Committee on Children of New York City. He is a member of the Bar of the State "i New York and has lecture.! xtensively at Columbia. New York University and the College of the City of New York on legal problems of adolescents. In addition to the feature address, the election of officers and members of the Executive CommitI tee for the chapter here will be held. Chairman of the Arrange| ments Committee is George Bert' man, who is being assisted by Mr. I and Mrs. David B. Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Samet and Richard Wolfson. Edwin 1. lltftas Beth Sholom Men's Club Plans Barbecue Party Jack A. Abbott, president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, announces a barbecue steak party on Monday evening, May 24, at 6 p.m., in the Temple's patio. Morry B. Morris, chairman, and Albert Rosen, co-chairman, are planning a full evening's entertain ment, including dancing and a program entitled, "What's Your Line?"



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PAGE 2 B %  + tmltffkrk09n Pioneer Women's Organizations Plan Installations; Luncheon Ceremonies Set HUDAY Miss Bess Spanner, field representative from the national office of Pioneer Women's Organizations, related her experiences of her three year stay in Israel in connection with her orientation work in the Moetzet Hapoalot and installed the 1954-5 officers of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women'* Organizations, the coordinating body for the four local clubs, at Betty"s restaurant last week. The Mesdames Sam Sorin Bild and Rosemary Kaplan were installed as honorary presidents: Isaac Pushkin, president; Albert Beraon, Louil Beckorman. Bernard Powell, Sonia Robbins Mid Ceil Seaal. vice presidents; Jacob Raffcl. recording secretary. Michael Feidler. treasurer; Eva Kahn. financial secretary; and Bernard Kanter, corresponding secretary Following the installation ceremony, Mrs Pushkin's first official ;ict was the appointment of the following chairmen for the coming year: The Mesdamet Jacob Coaow, Moetzet Hapoalot; Henry Seitlin, Child Rescue; S. Seeman, Jewish National Fund; Fred Sandier. membership; Cell Segal. Bonds for Israel: Hibi Fishinan, American Affairs; v. ra ZelUer, Israel Supplies: Roseman Kaplan, interorganisational; and Anna Seltzer, historian ." ,, r Mrs Michael reidler uiil be Honorary president of the Golds loaataaMtw at the Kadimah chapMeyerson Club, Mrs Anna Seltzer ''''" ;,n,llial Installation luncheon will install officers for the coming "" Wednesday noon, Maj 26. at !> %  Monico's restaurant year at their meeting Tuesday evening, May 25. at Congregation Beth El Auditorium Sonia Robbins, president; Vrfa 7"ltzer and Eva Kahn. vice presi dents; Anna Seltzer, recording sec retary; Vivian Pace, financial sec retary; Barbara (Jreenberg. treas ii'er; Anna Sorin-Bild and Thelma Kitzen. corresponding secretaries To mark the occasion of her leaf ing on a trip to Israel. Mrs Minnie Shuhow. recording secretary und cultural chairman of Club II. will install newly elected officers of her club at their installation luncheon on Tuesday noon. May 25. at the Royal Palm Hotel Chairman for the installation is Mrs William Malmuth In charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Bernard Powell. Nat Ostrow. Rose Katz and Nat Bookspan. Mis Shuhow will install the following elected officers Mesdames Bernard Powell, president. Abraham Shedroff. vice president: Nat (Ktrow. financial secretary; Min me Shuhow, recording secretary; and Mrs William Malmuth. treasurer • • club I will meet Wednesday eve ning. May 19. 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Hebrew Group to Meet Hebrew Speaking Group of Greater Miami will meet at the ;v*'" %  • md tgjj] home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pe I).vid F^*^ *l rach. 4223 Royal Pel, -e.. on I rh ^J 'ured on the JLT* •""rush C*g* Wlt7 !.. """H Dr. Yaacov Bentor, Lecturer in Geology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, haa predicted that copper mining and processing in Israel will, in less than two years, reach the point where the Jewish State will be entirely self-sufficient in production of the valuable metal and will even have a sizeable surplus for export "if, as may be expected, certain difficulties in the dressing of the ores can be overcome." The announcement was made by Dr. George S. Wise, national president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Annual Donor Affair Due Sunday Evening Annual Donor Dinner ol the %  I l R Goodman and Chaim W'eizmann Groups ol Hadassah will i Sundaj evening Maj • p m ..i the Mont, i arlo Hotel -> leer will be Mrs [rwin Weinstein, president ol the Florida Region ol Hadassah Music wiU be rend( red bj Joseph Pardo accom' Hj Fried Miss Dorothj Parker, ol the Goodman Group, is donor dinner • hairman ol the affair Miss Rosa lyn represents the Chaim Weiz man Group. Invocation will be given bj Mrs Samuel Sakrais preside nt of the Gn aler Miami Chapters of Hadas -,ih Mrs Harvej Cypress i~ presi lenl of the Chaim Weizmann Group, and Miss Lillian Goodman, of the i. R. Goodman Group, Mrs Alfred Karg is president elect l I Goodman Hadassah Mrs. Stern in Recital MM Olga Bibor Stern presented her annual piano recital on Sunday, May 28, at the home of Mr. and Mrs Louis Goldman, 4485 North Jefferson ave Mrs. Stern i> a student of Prof. Leachitlzky, of Vienna, and Prof. Szendy. of the Royal Academy of Budapest. She accompanied leading artists in Car negie Hall and Aolian Hall in New York and played in the White House for the late President Frank lin D Roosevelt. the Mrs. Sc arrangementa Braun heat committee. Mrs Albert Beraon will install the Mesdamet Cell Segal . 7 In..,, fc^J % tm ^ f vm4l Ot ml,r,u HULL LfcVER 13A ENGEL


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PAGE 12 B +.lewistincrkMarj Annual ZOA Meet Scheduled for June New York—The 57th annual con vent ion of the Zionist Organization • if America will convene in five-day session beginning \V e d Midi) night, June 23. through Sunday, .lune 27, at the Waldorf Astoria IIo tel here. Dr. Harris J. Levine. honorary vice president of the ZOA and president of the Jewish National Fund of America, was named by Kabbi Irving Miller, ZOA prttl dent, as national chairman of the Convention Program Committee. Membership of this committee will consist of the heads of all ZOA Regloni throughout the country. The mounting tensions in the Middle East, the grave issues fac ing the Zionist movement and Israel today and the growing tasks :md responsibilities devolving upon American Zionists will make the lorthcoming ZOA convention "one | of the most important gatherings in the history of the movement," Dr. Levine said. IGMJCC Nursery Schools Plan Graduations Here "Graduation BxerdsM* 1 <>f the three GMJCC Nursery SclMOll will 'take place on Fiid.iy. May 28. at I Id a in Theme this rear h "Florida Living." The program will be the cut! mmation of ;i month of learning about this community through J field trips to points of interest such U /nds parks, piers, farms, the Indian Village and beaches "Tropical lune.." written especially tor children by local com poser Olive Duncan, "has greater meaning for them b ec ame they are singing about thi things they know and love," acording to Ethel Grossman, school supervisor. Children of the three schools will participate in the program at the three schools the Beach Branch 1536 Bay rd; Town Branch. 450 SW 16th ave and the Klagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. 50 NW 51st pi. Ivor Tots Viven Shvepnkinn Here Twelve kindergarten students rr ceived their "kidskin diplomas" on Thursday it the Lear School All 1111 irui m The ceremonies marked the culmination of their nursery school education, and the Iota were Iressed in caps and gowns just is their elder brothers and sisters vhen the) receive their "sheep -kins The young graduates re : their "kidskin diplomas Irom seniors ol ihe school Outstanding feature of the exer according to director-principal hi.i 11 ,,i vi.,., tableau depict!• v i< w i.i thi children's acnt (in pas) yeai i>oth in stor) ii ri Sch rodd Leslii Eleanor Elliott, Gra) Jill McGal I i. • i i Si' gel, Carol rd Se ne \\ inkli mai man. Garnck K • %  v i has t %  Orkin Establishes U of F Scholarship A John T Creighton Scholarship Award in Entomology has been established at the University of Florida, the award being sponsored by 'the Orkin Kxtcrminating Company, headquarters in Atlanta. Ga. The Creighton Scholarship, named for the head of the Department of Entomolog) at the Universlt) ol Honda was sponsored by Orkin. one of the world's largest pest control companies, to encounme stu dy in the field ol entomology. Based upon scholarship, professional promise and economic need, ihe annual award i open to juniors and seniors majoring in entomolog) Winner of tin 1953-54 award iDavid M EUeech, entomology junior in the School it Kntonio! I Otto Orkin founder and president of the Orkin Exterminating Company, and bis -on William B. orkin. company vice president, were present for the ceremonies and presentation ol %  commemorative ii ; aque md scroll to Mr Bli WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (May 21 24) MORNINO FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY DA Y 7:00 7:1 7 30 7:46 F,00 8:15 8:30 8:45 Pil Mu\l .V M Lamp t'nlo Pi D I K ><-IKK>I f>00 Dh I Dona .".-hoot 9:15 9:30 H mm l.<,,.-> Bm Rd McConn t.i>..i. Vp, Uva Ran M : *S AMI. nfri 10:00 Del RUHMI 10:15 1030 R I, 10:45 Slip, %  I'.iliul To I • I 1 Billy (Iraham What Ti •• It Rli h 11:00 M. n Via* 11:15 11:30 Baarch P fm r.. | 11:45 r.uiillnn l.lght Bla^ Top The ITI,.I. i.Menu M ml, Coat'ai Cam i i sr.i. Par Tom. CluMlBC l.iieht A F T E RN OON 12:00, I've Got Neva 12:15 Love of Ufa 12:30 Harj Maori 12:45 Johnny Jupiter : M. Bch'l of Air | Fva Cot Newt „, Lava of Life To Bi Ann cad L'n Bob PnlaalOan atom 1:00 Uruiu-h With Jud> Roy l<<>Kera I'M in Kevlew i Br'c-h W. Judy 'Jw ... To He Ann'.-ed 1:30 ('obba Corner 1:45; Capt. Iturti Cart'n-U-Vllle XI Ooldberg Cobba Corner *:ou Bis Payoff 2:1* 2:30 Kata Bmlth 2:45 Cuctua Jim Jamie Story ltir I'jvuff To Be Aim,..,i Mr. Wizard I Pride of Pa mil) I Kate Smith |. : J, %  > % %  >•;*>' %  Mouse Ti. I:.Ami .-1 RfS IM.vhar" Jackie-. llTrnTT l : S s' %  'l' : ',"' ,' I •""i.''"' f VV ^, ''•"" **•* i V.lian. I.i.iv 4:00' Alee (Jlunou 4:15 4:30 4:45| L'm-le Maitin T'ble \V. Fth'r You Aie There .Mr IVeuer. Reel et BUM m .\ iuibaun : *> iff"' "PSrU llu. Mar-nttaa %  : d 6:45 Shopper, Oulde New-We aih er | Renlt-k R eiorf. Htapawr-, Quid* EV( NTNO ~ ~ :00 Street ..I IVsubl'n Bed Skelli.n 6:10 Weatherman 6:15 Jack of All Bports 6:30 I>OIIK BdWardi i Ine Ranger 6:45 Itrnirk Reportin g 7:00 Mama 7:16 7:30 I v. Qol A Secret 7:45 J.i, kie lileu.ull To r.e Amiieil i (iK TheaIre „ W'< ithernian i Jack of Bporta I Mil* K.I ward1 B.-nii-k Reooi u Corned) Hour 8:00 Playhouaa of Stars i Two P! Money Kie,i Waiing— 8:30 ii.lmnv yiael„ K-or'n iMHaiaS OronOBO Marx 8:46 Home Workshop I 9:00 Qillette Klahta B:15 9:30 9:45 1..IK On Ki-hlnr Burua tc Allen nraatona n r siii.w of Sh. w.s %  The Web llu Parade | Wh.rM IJ,„ l Lova Lucy My PJV. Story Studio tine io;?s fstytfsr* %  ** l,rad,, -k ~ T r:-, ,, *"r Th ^ ,i n ~ 10:30 Koiir Star IThoilsCnv. of Ami,:, %  T """ Tn|> (| f ,. fc 11:00 .News, Weather I'utee 1 ne race ~ ; v _rrr—;— '—, WPJ !" IT,:,, Mr** ^^^ICrmSm 11:45| World Pr.-nilrre To He Ann'ced Bten Off 12:00, 12:15| 12:30 12:461 Slcn Off Mai N'lil Feat. Kv -h:T|. T lire Sis II (iff Jewish War Veteran Posta throughout Dade County will go all out Sunday, May 23. in the Veterans March for Korea to help Koreans help themselves through the American-Korean Foundation. Talking with Korean Vet Sing Yun (center) are (left to right) Joe Horovitz, Cmdr.. West Miami Post; Lennie Lifshutz. Cmdi.. Coral Gables Post; Ralph Grossman. Miami Beach Poet. Bill Bender (shaking hands). Department Comdr.; and Louis Phillips, national executive committeeman. You Get Better Values Better Service Better Terms *7 ^-i^ graduate, u, u u ^ %  %%  %  "•• %  ft^faa M "'" 1 1 "Wvey r^J AsfarM 'kT! m graduate, ^ buMnes.sorg.ni^l "'''"•direttoreiV. lcvs f r 'he umj Mskini sittabte 1 • %  mployment ol J J P >?> edueaks?,. tntutility now | lsu -1 four women on in J* ter. Many oth empi bn graduated fr^ leges m Florida and th l-nited State,. Twenty-two of U> pJ Miami graduates hoMl engineering, 21 in btaaaj istration, with teniJJJj between science, an i*. cation. AT NORTON TIRE CO. NOW OPEN OUR NEW North Miami Stor* 13360 NW 7th AVE. YOUR 0U> TIRES ARE WORTH REAL MONEY TERRIFIC HIGH TRADES ON U.S. ROYALS Bring in Your Car Today f U.S. ROYAL FULL-CAPS-• LOOK UKI NEW • WIAH UKI NIW • OUAfUNTHD LIKI NW 670 x 15 $ 7.93 700 x 15 $ JJ 710x15 T; .$8.77 800 x 15 rrn r. ***# 760x15 .........|^§3 820x15 .A ..*..>** %  UCMANCI as* bckaaaa — WMaaaal See latra III TO CAffABU CASUM 0 AM S1.M SMviwa MOIOA NORTON TIRE' MIAMI 500 W. Flogler MIAMI BEA CH Norton Pollot TireCo. 1454 Alton Hw"" MIAMI 4900 N.W. 2nd Avt. 2WRJH_MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th A^ III KIAMMflftS



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!AY 21. 1954 irm >d Here Talianoff, Bertram C. p Charles H. Greenberg %  the formation, effective 4 of the firm of Talianr and Greenberg for the fcjctice of law, with ofBO Lincoln Road, Miami r „ well known in civic Unity activities in this arember of the New York ,. as the Florida Bar, nilted to practice before -me Court of the United {graduate of Cornell UniL Brooklyn Law School, [is past president of Mi„ Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is Idenl of Temple Emanubairman of the Board of la Regional Office of the nation League. Ilso a member of the Naunission of the Anti-Defeague, „ c. Waller, a graduate of Lriit) of Chicago and a lot both the Iillinois and nrs. has been a practicing JJver 20 years. A longtime lot Miami Beach, Waller Lbcr "f the Board of the Eh of Temple Beth Sholom pliati'd with Miami Beach [ B'nai B'rith. It Greenberg, holder of le,.. of BA and LLB from fersity of Florida, was adi the Florida Bar and the Bar in February. 1952. He Jed with Knights of PythE B'rith and Temple Beth Gttrqt I. Talianolf LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE -JenlstFkrldirtr NOT CE rVJKKU!? !" 0 p^g^fe ram hllin*HH iinHiir Ik. #c..i. ; *" %  NOTICE TO CREOiTOPa IN THE COUNTY JUDGES? COURT JN AND FOR BADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No 32792 8 In Ke: ESTATE OK R 9HJWEIN8TEIN. Deceased T.> All i redltors ami All Persona Havi."5, "" r Uem n,l Against Said I .si i i < %  You, anil each t< notified and required to present any OtaJma and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of RONK WEINMTEIN late of l>ade Count) d 1 1 Bald Halm* the legal adand t, be iworn aforesaid, or same >r demands to contain dress of the claimant to and presented as "ill be barred. Date Mav 17. A I • 1854 MORRIh \\ EINSTEIN As Bsecutoi of the Lai l and T. Htameni of TURK ^IwW !" "-'" Attorneys for Executor 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Heart! Kin t/Il-28 %  i-ii BFICATE OF CORPORATE I DISSOLUTION IHE NAME AND BY THE %  HORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA | T(i U II,,\| THESE PRKSHALL CoME, IIP.KKTINCS: III I' Kl IVNBR, •MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA K MAXNHEIMBR, MIAMI IIEACH, FI.ORIDA |tKKI.L" ii K, MIAMI IIEACH, PUORIDA IMh da) of Xnvrmlier, A.D. P""e I" lie in, i,i|ioruted under VlKlnliK ,,f Chapter 80S, Flor"'•-ri ui.iNd RUDDERS. |-or|M.i.,ti.„,. „i,|, )lH pi'inelpul bUHlnesr al Miami. lade m the st.it,. ,,f Florida, and uie stockholders of such cor' Hid ,„, ,|„. Uln ||ay „, May si, i ise to he filed In the '!]> Kerretary of State of the Mornia. a Consent of all the pera under the provisions of Wl-iei 6ox. Morlda Statutes, lot dissolution of such corIherfo,,.. the. Secretary of s hereby certify to the foresn.i that be Is satisfied that lull .-men is of law have been R ""Ii !'•> WITNKSS WHEREOF. I %  na|e Ii.-reunto set my band and |n>.• stfixeil the Great Seal of I<"Mate „f Florida, at Talla1\ ,"" "" '-:.i.it:I. this the nisi dny of *** %  • A u '•• A. i;i: AY, Secretaryof 8tate. Uf N fV[,. JUDOE, COURT E COUNTY, FLORIDA It 0> S .X U 3 lT 9l "''eased f UC "ION FOR FINAL A, DISCHARGE I ill,. i '"'" %  ''V given that 1 have I leport ami petition for %  at. ."vV •" %  Administrator of I ana',> |I, ""AS KOZUB. dels, "" ,h a,, 'h dav .d WH\'\ '"' |,h '" '> '••""" I,, ',' %  IXIWUKQ, County ki of*!''i' • %  "'> %  '''" %  %  for ii"h,r: ,lnal r"P<>rt and for >U' of ST. ,A",;; • rTaaler St. 4/an — — %  • — IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF lND V |n;V. U ra iC,Al "lRCmT T "N AND FOR DADF r.niiM-rv %  •, „ FOR IDA. IN ItK: 1 • DADE COUNTYT FLOR14 9 HAN ?ERY. No. 1M90I N ItK: ADOPTION OFi IOSE MARIE PVLCO '" hSviS&PI "'l.co, minors. to TLTJoF. BV PUBLICATION J O: AMKRICO KIM m hll East 149 Str.et Bronx. New York VpU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED lii I %  I etftlon for Adoption of Rose Marai-ui,,, and Leonard Eulco, minors, has lieen f,l...l I,u. ,^„._ '.. .. Lr N JJtiH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ^n V |SI H e. JUDIC,AL CIRCUIT. IN Tna F ,Z R r P* ,DE COUNTY. FLOR. l?vvtv N „ CHANCERY No vat. I-?;,, A N K gJEINBEBO and I'-Tlll-.l. STEINSERO, his wife. Plaintiffs, ltt5? ft, SA,KKTT and %  DMA MK1.I.IIW LATHAM, ,..*..*— Hefendants. n-r, N .?T. ICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EDNA MELLON LATHAM, oefendant; 760 Harbor Drive, gjacayne Key, Dude Countv, Florida. YOU ARE HKIIKHT RBQUIRBB to serve a copy of y„ ur Answer to the "' %  I "I eomplalnt to foreclose mortgage wlV' 1 .,,.,.?' 1 ','..''" I'ls'ntlffsattorii.-v, Uli HARD KR1EQER FINK, 412 Congress Mulldiiig. Miami. Florida, and to file the original in the office of the • J ... ".' l h '' %  bore court on or before the th day of May, [S4, or „ default will be entered against you. DATED: this 22nd day of April. B. B. LEATHBBMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida.' By M. c C.KKKN. ... .. Deputy Clerk. (Seal) 4/3U — 5/T-I4-21 I shall %  n as confessed liv vou ; AND ORDERED al Miami, Oade i ounty, Florida, this th day of May, KM. B. II. L.EATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court By WM w STOCK INC. I _, Deputy cl.-rk NOTE This notice is filed In ac' lame with Chapter 72, Section II. Florida Statutes, 195] HENRY M CAIN, Atty. SIS W. Flagler St., Miami, nori.la 14-11-28 | i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlna to engage In business undei the fictitious name of I'F.NTHol NK. PENTHOUSE CLUB; PENTHOUSE RKS-I AI'li.vNT ami PENTHOUSE CAFE, In Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court >if l lade Count *. I lorlda. PAUL TAl'BMAN ICOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attoi ne) foi Applicant 5/11-28 8 4-11 ....... ,-. ,.-, nr.ar.iu ,.l\r-.s tnai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAIM.IN oil. COMPANY (Not Inc.), al 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lade County, Florida. BERNARD RODIN8 President and Sole owner GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Petitioner 5 14-21-28 — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai "• %  • undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tile fictitious name of DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at II N.W. Tth St., Miami, Intend i" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit t 'mil i of l lade Counts, llorlda. RENATO I.KYI L'BERTO • IRVIETO Sole I u n.-Is MYERS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants ISO Beybold Bldg. 4'on — .,, r-n-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of col.I.INS ARCADE, c/o llerlck, Shapiro ft Fried, Attorneys, 42M Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Intend t (later %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile Countv, Florida. NATHAN WEI N BERG JACK SoN'KNI'.l.ICK HENRY BONENBL1CK 4/30 — 6/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, defiling to engage i" business under th, fictitious name of THE HoKHRAU BAR .v RESTAURANT, at 172 Giralda Ave., Coral Caliles, Intends to register said name with the Clark of the circuit court of Dade I 'ount\ Floi ida HENRY MARTINELLI, owner KES8LER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Hagler St ..'11-21-28 — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th ll the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of PREPARED FOODS, at 121 N.W. ".tth St intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts". Florida. H. I. WEOER, Owner KE88LER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant. 1T>2 \Y. Flagler St. 1/80 — .'..7-1 1-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 169028 HAZEL Wiscii, Plaintiff, vs. IRVING WISCII. Defendant. To IRVING WISCII Town House Park Al.exington Avenues Kast |8Ul SI New fork, N.Y. You are required to serve a copy of vour answer to the 1:111 of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff* attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the U.th day of June. A D 19.">4: otherwise, the BUI of • oniplalnt for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 11 day of May. 1HT.I EATHKRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Elorida Itv: WM. w BTOCKINO, (CIrrult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: ... MILTON A FRIEDMAN 102S JtexboM Building. Miami. Florida b/M-a-** — /_ .... NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ KN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fi.t11lous nairie of SHIP HAR AND BH, RIIOM. .1 2272-74 S.W. S2nd Ave.. Miami, MaIntends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l*Mle County, Hd. [No> BRlTTAKBB isole owner) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2:,IK W. Flagler St. Miami, Fla. 4/30 — 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\EN that the undersigned, desiring to ""' '". business under the fictitious name r VENT-MA8TER, VentMaster. AWN INC MASTER. Awn ng Master Wl> I.OW-MASTKR. W >"dw M "l'r. rtTTl N.W. 51st Street. Hlaleah. H"rIda Intends to register ssld name with the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade County, Florida. n^riHo WlndowMaster Corp.. a >3riaa corporMtion, owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney fT owner 4/80 — J/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" • ngage In bualnesi under the fictitious name of BENANN MOBTOAGE CO, (Nol Inc.) at 113.". Hlth St., Hay Harbor Island, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida, BENJAMIN NEWMAN ANNA NEWMAN MONROE I'lXoN Attorney for Applicants 505 olvmpia Hldg. 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 IIKRKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE (AND BAR), at 21 B.E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .. VINCENT A. NA8TO, JR. Zol.TAN .1. RECZU KES8LER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 1781 W. Hagler St. 5/7-14-21-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CRT SALES, at 247 N E. 14th Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ^"""tv. Hortda. CAL Lr.sTKK • • LORRAINE LESTER ISRAEL-ABRAMS AUiune.v for Applicants 22S N.E. 2nd Ave. 5/7-14-21-28 ^^___^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that b ; 1 e s.nesrs d '.hrii.T^.nus e rm":if MERCURY" SERVICE STATIONS at 7ti Hivavne Boulevard, and 407 N.b. %"8SSSE Miami. Florida Intends to register sa d name with the Clerk of th? Circuit Court of Dade County. Florlda (; ^ RWio|i Q wiaoINi p r o P KI'KT WEI.L1SCH Attorney for Applhan 1414-17 Congress Building 4/30 — 5/7-M-21 ^______ NOT,CE NAa?ELA F W T T,OU8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und. i-Umd. desiring to engage in S'Dade' County. g!£ hrKRS MYI'.HS. IIKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneyi for Applicant A file your defensive pleadings t-. this suit with this Court's Clerk, an.i service a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, ARTHUI: O. OOTTLIEB, 820 N.E 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida; on or before June 25, 1854, else the Complaint Will lie taken as confessed i ,v rou. Dated: Ma) 12, 1854. K r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (Court Seal) B) M C GBEEN, Deputy Clerk, 14-21-28 i, I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINER-TYPER BERVICE, at '.o N.E. ISth Street, Intend to reflstei name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, JESS A: REBECCA BBRNIE :. 1 1-21 -28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to etigai:,. in business under the fictitious nai 1 SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE %  2341 Coral Way, Miami, intend to reg.-i.i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,County, Florida, CHAHI.ES' M FREEFIEI.I) MARIAN FREEFIELD :, 14-21-21 — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlia' the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ml DOUGLAS IAD STUDIO, at Ml Douglas Road, Coral Gables, Dade county. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County. Florida, GERALD II. K1MSKY HENRY M i UN Attorney for Applicant T.K West Flagler St., Miami, Florida 5/7-14-81-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168707 VINCENT PORTO, also known as VINCENT F. I'ORTO, and ALSACE LORRAINE PORTO, his wife, plaintiffs, vs. LILLIAN PAYNE and JAMES' PAYNE, her husband, et als. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LILLIAN PAYNE and JAMES PAYNE, her husband. Mount Vernon, Illinois; All unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, or other parties claiming by, through, under or against ISABEL L. CHAMBERLIN, Deceased; All unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees, or other parties claiming by, through, unuer or against FRANKLIN EDWARD W11.1. IS, SB., also known as FHANKI.YN E. WILLIS, deceased ; MATTIE JOANN ENNIS and MYRON ENNIS, her husband. 1625 "II" Street. Sacramento. California; The unknown spouses of any of the above named defendants and If any of the above named defendants be dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, trustees, creditors and other parties claiming by, through, under or against the above named defendants; And all parties known or unknown, having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In and to the following described property, situate, lying and being in Dade Countv. Florsda, to-wlt: LOts 2 and I, in Block 117. of IIIAI.EAH, THIRD ADDITION. according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 7. Page M. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. Yol' AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint to i,ci.t Title to the above described real property has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th,Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs' attorney. GEORGE CHKRTKOF, 6'>711 olvmpia Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading iii the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of June. 1854. If you fall to do eo, judgment by default will be taken Igainsl vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This Notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of April, A.D.. 195*. B. c, I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, 1 lade County. Florida lly .\1 W PAIITENHE1MER, I icputv Clark GEORGE CHERTKOF 807-11 olvmpia Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i'l business under the fictitious name of JAY DEE AMUSEMENT CO.. at 518 N W •;t Ii SI Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit comt of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH KOC.ANOVSKY BERNARD Kl M IANOVSKT MORTON M. BEIGEL Attorney for Applicants 19 W. Flagler St. :. 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  a —... .1 J....l..|.. ... ..nu< the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KIDDI K AM PUS. at 290 W. 54th Street, Hlaleah. Intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DOLORES DUNN. Sole Owner MARX M FA HER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Hldg. 5/14-21-2S — 6/4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen1st fieridinn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43C€



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PAGE 10 A >L~i. >>l .iiw.l I t\i .urn ikn Imn %  *•* %  • *>t .11 ** ft. en i i>i\Lston, and the Mobilization unit. Silver and gold where patrons desiring the finj phasized. "so that the rigid re-i d som 30 Jeaji to CJA was increased from 2.370 leadership in their respective camin 1943 to 6.382 in 1947. I P a| K n uni,s In 1952, 1953 and in the current The Mesdames Jack A Ablin. year. Myers has been president of 1 Irving Lchrman and Morris Alpert the Greater Miami Jewish Com-1 made the awards in the Women's munity Center, seeing that vital I Division, and Fred K. Shochet. pub agency through a period of reor-; '^her of The Jewish Flondi.m certificatewere awarded to 162 est Kosher products can obtain quircments for Kashruth will be | „ d J a Ko sher ^ fulfilled with maximum ease | heh!nd the cwimT lie mn to $929,000 in 1947. In this same, period, the number of contributors I !" n. women and young adults for choice cuts prepared to thrir individual taste with reaped to thickness, weight and variety." Quarters for the new market are in the process of being prepared ganization to its present position. Myers was general chairman of the Greater Miami Council of Social Agencies, where his extensive and chairman of the General Mobil ization Division, presented awardto his volunteer workers Sidney Lefcourt. submitted a treasurer's All processes of preparation will j !? d !| de mcn MpeneJ take place behind large glass dis*" sner meat field, play counters and will be open to | According to fn>j the view of patrons. Those waiting enee in organizing community re Kxecutive Director Benjamin B. To Hit DelinqeUIlCy Plans Kickoff Luncheon I er K J her m ; I sources contributed to hi. record ol Rosenberg addressed the meeting, achievement in this Held. briefly, reporting increased inter Tom Lee. candidate for state repDan B. Ruskin. chairman of the I est and participation on the part oi rcsentative in Group 2. was joined Nominating Committee and honorMiami Jewry in the work of Fed-! Wednesday by three of his former ary president of Federation, preeration and emphasizing that there i opponents. Dan Satin. Harvey Klein l were 20 percent more contributors (and Donald MacKenzie. in his drive in this year's campaign than in 1953. Mrs. Selig was general chairman of the annual meeting. Rabbi Leon Kronish delivered the invocation, and Rabbi Simon April offered the benediction. 'New' Johns Shown In Waning Days Of Campaign South Florida voters will see and meet a "new Charley Johns in the remaining days before the second primary on May 25," according to j a statement this week. "The new Johns will be an aggressive, slug it-out candidate who announced this week that he will meet his opponent. LeRoy Collins, on television, radio or street corners, if necessary," a supporter here said. "I will match my record of 16 years in the Florida Legislature — two years in the House of Repretentatives and 14 in the Senate — against that of my opponent at any and every opportunity," Johns declared in a statement issued from his Jacksonville headquarters im mediately after his state-wide vie tne can afford." Friedland said that iky and Alton rd. markei M ped to service the Ko&asf poultry needs oi the | ami area. "People will I vantageous to shop quality and econorm | plained. "Kosher roeai] whole, mean a twotati on an automatically renewable basis. I believe a state lone toll turnpike is desirable, and I will i-upport any legislation for such a road. struct ion from District 2. is a prac ticing attorney. 31 years old and married with one child Engel is a graduate of the Cm versity ot Miami Business School and Law School He served in the First annual kickoff luncheon of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association will be held at the Saxony Hotel on Saturday afternoon. 1 p.m. Mayor Abe Aronovitz has officially proclaimed the week of May 23 as M. S. Key Week, during which time volunteers will make an difference in "price Ik intensive effort to step up contributions to the 1954 M. S. cam paign in a series of outdoor-indoor solicitations and special events. The Miami Chapter seeks to raise $ 35,000 for a program of research, clinics and local services for some quarter of a million afflicted with M. S. Offices of the chapter are located at 1020 Congress bldg. Rabbis to Spak on JNF Radio Program Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, this week announced a special radio program over station WMIE on Sunday. May 23, from 10:30 to 11:30 a,m. Under the direction of Sam Prosterman, radio chairman of the council, the program will be dedicated to the festival of Lag B'Omer Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Mescheloff are scheduled guest speakers. Lee and I want to lead the fight, declared. "Legislation, in itself, is not the answer to this pressing problem. ffiK?iSf55E faya r*. as rl, pr a crimes in the nation today are I E S/LSfi th act.v.ty locally dicommitted by youths under the I ••• developed by city salarage of 21. initiate administration legislation president of GrapelaiSI HeighU for the purchase or construction Civic Association and I, 2SJ ied directors in State owned and maintained youth centers may well tnink it is about time our .state be the solution and the salvation g overnment tackled this problem. '. of our youth." to an approximate fiw difference. Depending upon the \ type of beef purchisei,| Kosher meat and poultry age two to ten ceotii higher than the n iety. "There is absoli son for Kosher muuaj higher in price,' Fri Store hours will hj through Wednesday. 14] 6 p.m On Thursday, i will be 9 p.m. The I will close at 3 pin. will not be open on! Sundays. A spetal U.S. Choice and Priae i and lamb, as wei) as al ment of poultry, rodudiajd turkeys and capon, is 1 ed for the Wednesdu Food Fair.officisls ea special meat delicacies Ml future. Selber Unveiling The dedication of 11 to the memory of Rose Si merly oi 4631 North Ma' will take place Sunday, p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ce Rabbi David Shapiro.! officiating. Mrs. SelberII by one daughter. Mrs of Miami Beach, and J and Pat of Newark. SJ,r grandchildren. ArraiT in charge of Thurmond! Company Friends ad I are asked to attend __ house our present 57 far-flung agencies. The University of Miami Medical School, which 1 favor, is well on its way to becoming a reality: it will continue to get my support. "And I shall do everything in mv power to aid the City of Miami in replacing the present outmoded and traffic throttling Miami River drawbridges with high bridges or tunnels. "But from now until May 25 I &f ball dedicate every available minute of my time to bringing the truth to the voters of South Florida — the truth about Charley Johns. Warren L. "Tiny" Odham, who spearheaded the Dade County campaign for his brother. Brailey, before the first primary election, has been named as assistant to Roscoe Brunstetter, county chairman of the Johns For Governor Committee, the Johns forces announced this week. Meanwhile, following his television debate with LeRoy Collins in Miami late last week, Governor Johns had issued a challenge to Senator Collins for a debate that was to be held in Bayfront Park on Thursday. urnmerce and the Knights of Pythiai As a Dade Counts' parent and property owner. Engel this week said that he has a vital Interest in the problems and difficulties oj the Dade County School System. I have spent a great deal of time in personal research, digging out facts about the system and its op eration." he declared. He believes the school system can go far beyond its existing program in offering young people an opportunity to engage in useful activities, after school recreation and planned entertainment func tions. Engel said he will encour age an immediate expansion of this presently inadequate program." Engel believes that working par ents need help from school officials. He is in favor of kindergar tens for children who have reached the age of five. He also believes better school bus transportation should be provided in rural areas. He thinks the legislature should change the distance limit for picking up students from two miles to a mile and a half Engel is in favor of just compensation for overtime work of all teacher personnel. J '4 servic* 1 and 1 Sr, th.w l0m Choral Grou P Performed during recent Friday evening bv 9 r thh ,x Ti"^? o i ,h# S,a, ^ to 'T h p~ iai can,a,a wa *2S SSKOTS B r* man Hmold Wynn, Cantor Samuel Kelem.r. director, the M<> rSma Spnh C H airman '. IrVing Ka P lan and WiUiam Yonowitr. Second row ere a ^ HmdamSvu •" MichaeI Mer8e,< "• cre,ar Y< ** %  Herm n A "* m eZ S m M ru ^ VnaU ,ack Ro-nthal and Sally Vernick. Third ^f^iB Gordon SJ^ 1 Mum, y and So"*"*! Berlin. Not shown are the Mejdam Cobb^Bea^T'K 10 18 Shapiro *. Jack FUhman. William Ma.ux.R^' bi wJ man and M Y Epstein. Soloiate wr. the Mesdames Wynn. tan. Kelemer, Beckman and YanowitT



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[ MAY 21, 1954 h Jewistfk**to*r, MGE1IA ii A.M to ,11 Officers Chapter of the American Congress will hold its inof new officers with a ill the Panorama Room uscayne Terrace Hotel on Ey, May 26, at noon. V y Klein, local attorney, will Mrs. Benjamin Kamen as w others to be installed presidents, Mrs. Russell Mrs. Louis Haffner and |ui> (ioldfarb; financial sec|Mrv Kdward Harris; treas| rs .inscph Weisman; corjing secretaries, Mrs. A. I. Jn and Mrs. Giselle Newrecording secretary, Mrs. riedbers; and social secrers Richard Touby. Morris Skop will be guest Mrs. Joseph Narot will reh, current Broadway hit: nd Sympathy." omplete the program afterk a v Bruce Hess, young con kianist from the Julliard Li Music, will render a few U selections. fdiac Chapter Is Installation nth annual installation of inn Chapter of the National ID'S Cardiac Hospital was Tuesday, May 18, 12 p.m., jBisc\i> ne Terrace Hotel Star bom. William Weintraub and eo Sobel, co-chairmen, pre"01*1 Acquaintance," by |Van Pruten. The cast of %  ers included Pat Bromherg. (ppleuhite and Eve Tellegen. ley C. Meyers Installfollowing officers; presiMrs. Jess Glance; vice presithe Mesdames Louis Wolf, m Weintraub. Herman Wronbd David E. Parnes. [installed were: financial secMrs. Norman Burger; reI secretary, Mrs. Phillip Ben^orrt-ponding secretary, Mrs. oulton: treasurer, Mrs. Mich ank: social secretary, Mrs. Weintraub; and chaplain, Joseph Socolof. rd of Directors are: J.M.-.i. .,. Si1% hen. I... Sobel, Harold Hiwhn. rirer. Joneph Spitzer, Jaek Kauf' Harold Cohen, (tunny Freed. PViedsnn, llarrv Oertner, Ham Mill. .II Maiculle, Atie MellJom>ih < ren, Martin PHrncw, i William Sehulwolf, Henor ami Alvln Walwin Mrm. Soltz to Ito Install* il Mrs. Gerald Soltz will be in stalled president of Naomi Group j of Hadassah by Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, president of the Greater Miami Chapter, on Sunday evening May 23, 7 p.m., at the Monte Carlo' Hotel. Other officers, are the Mesdaio.r.. Amtur Hernpein, Ralph Jiwisko, Dan Stuart and Moe Cohen, vice presidents; Emanuel Seitlin, treasurer; Richard Harwich, financial secretary. The Mesdames Henry Weiss, recording secretary; Morris Goldfarb, corresponding secretary; Norman Shandelman, parliamentarian; and Ferdinand Phillips, social secretary. Seaboard Begins "Hospitality Hours' "Hospitality Hours," fare reductions and increased advertising are among the items making up the summer sales and service program of Seaboard Railroad's passenger traffic department. James R. Getty, general passenger traffic manager of the line from Norfolk, Va., in visiting the Mrs. I. B. ['utnstein Mrs. Eisenstein Again Heads Mizrachi Group Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein nas been unanimously relccted to serve as president of the Mizrachi Women's Conference of Jewish i Women's Organizations Slates Final Meeting Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties will have its final meeting of the season on Thursday, May 27, 10:;J0 a.m., at the Empress Hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkatk, president, will preside at the business session. Election and installation of officers for the coming year will take place. The following is the slate: President, Mrs. Aaron Farr; vice president, Mrs. Matilda Ratner; vice president, Mrs. A. Frank Wellins; recording secretary, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Benjamin Appel; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Rogers; parliamentarian, Mrs. Fannie Selig; calendar secretary, Mrs. Julian Weinkle; and registrar, Mrs. Irving Frankel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, will be installing officer. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Seymour Liebman who will discuss "Women's Place in the World of Today." KOSHER POUtTRY Slaughtered on Premises Under Supervision of Rabbis Mescheloff. Rapkovsky a^id Ever. SK II ALIVE and HtALTHY CAPON(ETTES) Pullets YEARLINGS BROILERS A LB. No Charge for sriichat,' Plucking Free Delivery Stock Up Your Freezer BERMAN POULTRY WASHINGTON AVE. COR. 1st ST. Phone 58-1839 39c •*-WWWWWWWWWA^~** |^ rr ^ry this week..statedthat^Seajtirganization of Miami Beach. Mrs. 1 Joseph Brenner was elected to the board is going "all out" to induce more vacationists to travel by rail : this coming summer season, and ; spoke of many new service innovations being introduced to provide those traveling by Seaboard with attractive low priced and enjoyable vacation trips. Getty announced a new and novel innovation—Seaboard's "Hospitality Hour" introduced this week on the fine's streamlined trains. During midafternoon, all passengers on the streamliners are invited to the dining cars to have, with compliments of the road, Florida orange juice and coffee. "This leaturc will provide a refreshing and relaxing afternoon break lor passengers and present an opportunity lor them to meet their fellow travelers in a convivial atmosphere," Getty said. The innovation ties in with a program started several months ago when budget-priced meals, redesigned menus offering selection with greater eye and appetite appeal and grill car service were introduced. Children also are receiving a full share of this program, with bibs for them and specially planned menus, complete with drawings and rhymes. post of honorary president. Others on the new list of officers are the Mesdames Pauline Chill. D. L. Mostow. Harry Sir. Betty Schechter and Joseph Babad. vice presidents; Ida Weasel, finanGORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS ANNOUNCEMENT RE-OPENED AIR CONDITIONED ARNOLD'S BAKERY 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" ITS SMART TO SEE THE *4f£A80N4$ IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 RISC b.VD Superior Bakery Products \ Fresh Fruit Pies, Fruit Coffee, Cakes, < % Tea Cakes, Party Novelties, Genu* Jl'i ine ou fashioned Rye, Corn Bread, 1' ciai secretary; Mary Leon, record% Pumpernickle ing secretary; ann Rose Lustig. corresponding secretary. Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg will serve as treasurer. Named 88 trustees were the Mesdames Anna Berow, Edna Brenner, Nathan Hochman, Ida Wessel, Rose Schneider and Anna Silberman. Members elected to the Board o.' Directors are the Mesdames Fanny Abrams, Gertrude Bergad. Gussie Brier, Tillie Jaffee, Lena Kramer. Sarah Farber, Tillie Levine, Fanny Mazer, Martha Sachs, Anna Silberman, Rama Shapiro, Yetta Trask, Ida Strouch, J. M. Ackerman and D. J. Migdol. "Remember the address" % \ 17S7 CORAl WAY % SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM roe am COHVALESC end AW CMOWC casts ~> WIDAJ PH. 83-7839 i Jter Sponsors Moonlight Cruise o 30th fcth Florida Chapter of the I The committee in charge in-1 (itis and Rheumatism Founda-1 eludes Mrs. Rose Pertes, Mrs. Sarah f Sparr, F. Walker. Samuel Vogelbaum. Jack Beer. H. Ladd McLinden and Joseph Nolen. The cruise will be held on the yacht "Seven Seas." Tickets may be obtained in the Miami office of Florida Power & Light Co. will sponsor a moonlight on Sunday, May 30, 4; 15 proceeds are for the purchase [mobile unit for the relief of pers from arthritis and rheu>m in the Greater Miami area. MOVING IS SO EASY...WHEN YOU CALL =* Van Luted Mumi's Old e it jnd One ol trie Soulh's lifftst l Distinct ml Doer-lo-Doer Miners •MVV Po*tH Hold Joint Installation Joint installation ceremonies of five local Jewish War Veterans Posts were held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday, May 9, 8 p.m. The participating Posts and the incoming commanders for the year 1954-55 were: Dr. Max Tendrich. Norman Bruce Brown Post 174; Frank Gordon, Miami Beach Post No. 330; Lenny Lifshutz, Coral Gables Post No 243; Joe Horowitz. West Miami Post No. 223: and Eugene Schwartz. North Shore Post No. 677. Outgoing commanders are: Oscar Rappaport. Norman Bruce Brown Post; Mayor Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach Post; Murray Solomon, Coral Gables Post; Arnold Brass, West Miami Post; and Mitch Reiner, North Shore Post. The JWV Guard of Honor, under the command of Mai. Kenneth Braidman, presented colors. Many dignitaries from cities in Greater Miami atteneded. A dance and refreshments followed the ceremonies. State Dept. Commander Bill Bender was installing officer. IF YOU SUFFER r% M § M of HEADACHE W*M / fW NEURALGIA get NEURITIS mm? with The way thousands of physicians and dentists recommend HIRE'S WHY Anocin is like o doctor's prescription. That is. Anocin contains not just one but o combination of medically proved active ingredients. No other product gives taster, longer. lasting relief Irons pain ot htodoehe, neuritis, neuralgia thon Anocin Tablets. Buy Anocin todoyl Stores for Rent POTENTIAL unlimited. Miami's hottest, newest, and well located decentralized shopping center at 6S62 Bird Rd. The heart and hub where Ludlum crosses Bird Rd. Size 12'xSO'. $75 MONTH ACT fast, only 6 more stores available. Ideal for men's wear, drags, paints, auto store, jewelry, appliance, ladies' wear, loan office, TV-radio repairs, or shoo repair shoo. Fast growing young family neighborhood. large parking area. Florida 5 oriel 10c Store. Phone 2 3816 it • i • t • • t • • • 11 • t • • • i! | I! • i • • i • i • i • i> :: < • LEGAL NOTICE H0RT OR LONG-TERM STORftQE AVJMLMLE IN OUR TWO. M0DERN.7-ITORT WAREHOUSES Fireproof Construction Only Private Slor|e Rooms "iGicitet Miami. Silver inn. "* ""iVjultj. r„ ,00 \*-.T. Automatic rwe and Burglary Protection 1 %  'MM **h &lZ*tit£ n,htVM Unl ''">* %  gjW 400 .. Hovhng and Trucki, PHONE 82-7561 iutt Licker to Aid in Orr Campaign Ralph Licker. former administrative assistant to Sen. George A. Smathers. Saturday was named comanager in the campaign to elect John B. Orr. Jr. to the Florida of Representatives in Group two. Licker, currently a Miami insurance executive, was assistant to Sen. Smathers in the U. S. Congress and the U. S Senate. In his capacity in the Orr campaign. Licker will be in charge of organization, fund raising and general supervision of the countywide efiort to elect the 34-year-old Miami attorney. Orr was voted high man in Group two in last Tuesday* primary nd will continue his camIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 109333. IN RE: ADOPTION t>K LINDA JOTCE BASH :i Minor r'hilil NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: HERBERT -I BA88 7!::7 Castor Avenue PhllHhhi, Pa. YOU ARE HEREBY commanderl to be Hid appear In the above el Conn "ii the !la( day <>f June \'-'. to -in." i aus. win tho Petition i David M Berger ami Beatrice Bern r lo adopt l.lndn Joy llaxx should :• i be HI Mti 'i i'.v ihis Court. Dated: May l, !•>< K. B. I. i:\IIIKUMAN Clei k ol the Circuit c rt l iade County, h'lorula By WM. W. BTOCK1N %  Deputy Clerk KESSLER GARS Atlorne; %  for Appliranta I7S3 W IiiiHler St. ., 21-28 h I-ll paign through the May 25 run-off. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169.37 CARL R. HKRNI.-ON. JR.. Mftintlfl, lAHtuVilY PAULINE HBTtNDON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JH.1KOTHY PAULINE HERNUON; Addrese unknown. __„,___ YOU ARE HEREBY REQl IRED t; Mrve %  copy Of your Answer to the B II of Complaint for IHvorco filed li.-iv' ,„, plaintiffs attorney. Rl HAI I KRIBC.BR FINK, OoncrOM Bldg., Miami, Florida, and to rile the orteli I In the office Of the Clerk of Hie at) %  court ..a or before the mth of Juno, ItMl otherwise a default v. ill l.e entered asainsl you. • DATED: Hiiisih Bay of May, i '54. B, B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the circuit Co B] M. W. PARTENHE1N Deputy Clerk 5/21-2S — 6/4-11 foGUST BROS RYl f 1 Is rr.i HI if giT) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY QtVEN the undera%ned, desiiinn to ensaci buainesa under the fi.-tltlous nam< MACS ELECTRIC LIGHTING si PLY, at W4 W. Ptaclor street. Miami, intend.to leRister said name with tha Clerk of the Circuit Court of D County, Florida. MAX KATZKN. Soli i MiiNftllE DIXON Attorney for owner Mi", > Uvuipla Bldg. :.. h-U — 6/4-n •i



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PAGE 10 B • jkW#> n^rHl^r Concert to Honor Channah Spector Concert honoring the open the Channah Spector Maternity Hospital in Rehovoth, Israel, will be held on Saturday evening, May 29, 8::i<> p.m., at Hibiscus U Auditorium. L'nder the auspices at Jacob Schacfttar, director oi thr> Jewish \ ariet] Hour beard here over sta iion VVMBM. the eonceit will tea lure Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, child cantor Irving Kclemer. Robert Strasaborg, Histadrut Choir under the direction of Miss Ruth Brot man, Cantor Irving Robinson, Miss Donna Makovsky and renowned Broadway and motion picture BC tress Miss Clara Langsner Miami Beach City Councilman Harold Turk will ad as master of I ceremonies. Guests ol honor will include Mayors Abe AronoviU and Harold Shapiro. The concert will memorialize < hannah Spector. former New York Jewish commentator, who worked lor the welfare of the orphanol Europe. The late Miss Spector helped bring thousands ol home less and parentle-.children into Israel. Two years ago. on a prolonged i-it with them in the Jewish State, -he passed away suddenl) ;.nd is buried on the site of the i rphanage she helped found The hospital now opening at Re hovoth and bearing her name will include a room built through the linancial assistance of the Jewish community of Greater Miami. funds lor which were gathered by a campaign launched on Schachler't Variet] Hour. Mayor Shapiro will unveil I plaque to be sent to Israel and which will mark the site dedicated by Miami Jewry A similar cere' mony is slated to take place in New York City on May 26. when Mrs Robert F Wagner, wife of the Mayor, will also present a plaque to the maternity hospital in the name of the New York Jewish com munity. oftfy New officers of Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha iassah are (left to right) the Mesdamei Jack Bernstein, financial secretary; Barnett Mindel. corresponding secretary; Joseph Smith, treasurer; Ada Joseph, parliamentarian; Samuel Sale ais president of the Greater "Miami Chapter of Hadcssah and installing officer; Benjamin A. Gladwin, president; Joseph Shapiro, retiring president and honorary vice president; Joseph Littman, vice president of membership; Samuel Fuchs. v'ce president of education; Sanford Jacobson, vice president of program. Not appealing are Mis. Ben Alpern. vice president of ways and means; and Mrs. Adolph Levuntin. recording secretary. htW •"—* •I % >• In .Sli t> Itigifl l<>oiiomv • Having been elected five times by the voterof Hade County. YV D. "Bill" Joyce"platform will be to continue to buy from local merchants and manufacturers on .< fail competitive basis, to bu) more for the tax dollars, rigid economj and cooperation with all county depart ments The Purchasing. Agent candidate emphasized this week that he ifully qualified through many years! of experience to carry out these functionfor the best interestof the taxpayers of Dade County Joyce further stated that "in j view of the rapid growth of Dade County, the job of purchasing intelligently and wisely has become | one of major importance to the) community, as a large portion of j the tax dollar is spent through the | purchasing off.ee The candidate is Past Post Com mander of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The late Miss Spector was the • a n ac,lv *' member of the Military -i-ter of Shushannah Spector. mem 0r d** r "' World Wars. Forty and bar of the faculty at the Hebrew E '8 hl > I'urple Heart, Third DiviVcademy here sl,,n Society. Klks and Moose — ( Lodges. Lions, South Florida Ang Council of Jewish Women Offers Scholarship to U of M Greater Miami Section. Natk nal I OUncil Of Jewish Women, haan nounced that applications are now taken for two loan scholar -hipoffered studentwishing to attend the University of Miami. Applicantmu-t have been resist the Miami area for at leas' two years and must be unable to finance their own education They %  lu-t show that they have gradu ted in the upper third ol then Applicationshould lie made by i to the Council offta 139 N\\ 3rd ave Miami lers Club, a member of the Mu nicipal Finance Officers Association of the I'nited States and was preaident of the National Convention of Veterans of Foreign Warheld in Miami in 1949. United Commercial Travelers, Young Democratic Club ol Dade County. Confederate Air Force and the Clement I. Theed Post ol the American i %  ion. Sisterhood to Meet Si-terhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold itfir-t Board meeting of the new term on Tuesday May 25. at 1 p.m.. it has been announced by Mrs Robert Schweitzer, president Mrs. ilrn-Hauim Is Miami Visitor Mrs Zipporah Ben-Hayim spent the recent holidays with her un cle and family, the Simon Seidens. of 503 SW 17th ave. Seiden is director of the Jewish Forum on the Air. A r r iv i ng by plane from Knoxville. Tenn Mrs. Ben-Hayim joined her uncle ifter a separation of 20 years. She the daughter if Seiden's broth •r. Mendel Seilen. and left Po•.and in April Un. •en-M.yi* 1934. to pioneer in what was then Palestine. Wife of Prof. Zev Ben-Hayim. of the Hebrew University faculty, she ithe mother of two sabra daughters. Go/el and Zhova. and is director of the Israel Education Department and Extension Service. Mrs. Ben-lLiyini is now on a Foreign Operations Mission in the United States for studies of economics and agriculture. The agricultural engineer said that "I've come here to see your ways .of training leaders and to 'translate' for them our needs." Mrs Ben-Hayim has alreadyvisited the New York State College of Economics nt Cornell University in Ithaca, as well as centers in Chi cago and New York City. On her let urn to Israel in June, she plans to stop over in England. Italy and Greece. I WANT MY MILK rt.58.7Hl Di Re-E/ecf William D. "Bill" JOYCE YOUR DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT — with NEVER a breath at scandal nor any adms* criticism. I bV always followed the simple rile Ti mosey it public money, years, and mine. An e. ficient, business-like, honest County rurchosinq Agent iove ear TjBSjat. Great sayings have resulted through: 1. Quality purchases. 2. Centralised buying. 3. Modern Methods of purchasing and accounting. 4. Coordination with all County Departments concerned 5. Buying the best merchandise at the lowest price. Price and quality being equal. I will continue to buy from local businesses and manuiacturers. YOU* INSPECTION OF OU *£CODS IS WELCOME free.' oecounrliio It mode tack ear. A.alfi and inietcrlont sex brcaM eaJy werrfi of eralte. CUTS RE-ELECT JOYCE H Pel II, Another Jewish Cemetery Desecrated in Germany FRANKFURT iJTAi—A number of tombstones were toppled over this week in the second desecration of the Jewish cemetery' of Aslar, near I.imburg. The local police in the Haaae town are investigating the incident THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol ".PVW.MII I orinii On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various Features v •redaced *d Directed v • smou siiom 503 S.W. 17th A... Ph ,„ M.sao HUE ROOM MTntaunm FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENTZEL Ylaaasil.1 IT MUt "Mfc Product." 6 Coffee! iv\ 'M reie. t-2*2i Oreater Miami Delivery VUlt Oat Paam at %  M f Blre KM. m • V Open lu" HI lea. I 26th an' Collim



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, MAY 21 1954 iheinter to Xorth i L odge tinorablp George E. Holt, riuit Judge of Dade CounF guest speaker at the anEallation banquet of the Core Lodge of B'nai B'rith b\. Maj 23, in the Sche'Koom of the Hotel Al„ Wilson, chairman of the [iiiinnuneed. |00 persons are expected (the banquet that will see [ Mannheimer installed for I term sa president of the Son. Other officers being [at the affair, which is & for 7 p.m., include David Berome Greene, Tobias Si*k Wein, vice presidents; pion, serving his second treasurer; James D. Levenresponding secretary; S. -Berkley, recording secreUvin J. Richard, financial fc: Harry Goldberg, guardIJulius Seigal, warden. ^J**lsl>Fk)rlcltogj Kill OMvrtt Vrotpvtion jrobe change, like a weathc Is a tonic for anyone's [But morale suffers slight iman begins to wonder nmcr storage and whether k> give complete protection. I al-o the problem of coring and the use of airI lie real nuisance is III odor" — or rather was luisam Is to modern science, toImemaker can spray away lubles for as little as 08c That's the price of a Real-Kill Moth Proofer bul a flick of the l>!> its effective, oclorlinli'-mist. The manufacfclually Ruarantees proteclinst costly moth damage lull year when used accordIrections, pportant ingredient of the is DDT. Recently, U.S. sts proved that DDT gave garments 100 percent promoth damage after Fidelman Succeeds Hy Morris Ai Israelife Center President den, o reS ,he id elma n is new P !" ueni of the Israelite CenterHe was named to office a, elections held here on May 4 e,ec,,ons ben! S L n f med Wcre Albert %  %  bea, first vice president; Max Par< ol nT n H d V Ce PMti Harry Goun, third vice president. VSR St hiff financiul ^retary; Winni c'T' r c r(l, n >"cretary W nnic Sirkus, corresponding secretary; Philip Barocas. treasurer; %  nd Irving Sperling, parliamentarHull Outgoing officers are Hy Morns, president; David Granat, first vice president; Charles Fidelman, second vice president; Robert Becker, third vice president; Albert Weinberg, financial secretary; Lilban Becker, recording secretary Minnie Pearl, corresponding secretary; and Irving Sperling, parliamentarian. Plans are being formulated for an installation of officers to be held on Tuesday, June 1 PAGE 9H [year, while garments treat napthalene — old-fashion1 balls showed 70 percent after the same period of %  spring, you can store your PMlens in a closed closet Pey've been properly spray\ wget them till fall. But er to spray until moist. Pay jr attention to seams, folds V* What about your other t n fr that are subject to image-' it means better proI'or them than ever before. |yu can safeguard draper""Pet.s and furniture, too. prpets, especially in corf a under furniture where re more apt to feed. On r,,| i furniture, be sure to corners ;,nd crevices. And I/r> about stains. The best C 5 s eh as Real-Kill Moth •"' %  odorless and non-stainl e ;*n the most delicate fab* I hMoh E. RockorrtT "; c hi g n ATMm# %  ^•nu B..ch Maule Employees Form Credit Union An employee Credit Union is now in company-wide operation at Maule Industries. Inc., South Florida building supply house with Plants and sales offices in both Dade and Broward Counties. First payments into this new Credit Union were made by employees on Friday. May 7. Operating under a charter grantad in Tallahassee on March I. 1054. by State Comptroller Clarence M. Ma' credit Union provides twofold benefits for Maule's approximately 1.000 employees. It assists employees in establishing and maintaining a regular savings program, while at the same time providing them with a source of lowinterest credit for use when needed. Employees who wish to join the Credit Union pay a twenty-five cent membership fee. An amount specified by the employee is then deducte from each pay check and credited to the employee's account. All requests for loans are passed upon by the Credit Committee, a committee comprising fellow employees elected by the membership. Employees, elected officers and Board of directors of the new Maule Credit Union are William Bitter, Jr., president; Albert R. Graziano, vice president; Jane Hol-j man. secretary; Philip J. I.ombardo. treasurer. The Credit Committee J consists of E. T. Maule, chairman; E. J. Schneider, secretary; and Paul Gearin. member. The Supervisory Committee consists of R. C. ; Faher. chairman; Larry Fisk. secretary; and D. J. Kelly, member. Charter members of the Credit Union, each of whom was selected to represent the employees of a different Maule plant or operation, include Charley Brown. Prospect Plant; Blinn A. Buell, Jr., Wilton Manors Plant; Jacob Davis, River Yard; Boy B. DeGrass. Red Road Plant; H. F. Moringstar. Miami Beach Plant; Frank J. Peirce. 54th st. Warehouse; Basil Pendarvis, Tropical Plant; and Harold Bauman. Miami Beach Plant. Miami Convalescent Homo LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phonee 8-8437 and 9-0271 Chronically III. 24-Hour Nurin 8 Serv '. Special Dieti Stric'ly Observed Private and Semi-Privet* Roomi. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE" NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln Co. 007 Biscayne Bldg. 1 W. Flagler St. THEY RECOMMEND YOU ELECT Tom Lee YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 2 THE MIAMI HERALD CITIZENS ACTION COMMITTEE Don Satin Harvey Klein Donald MacKenzie VOTE MAY 25 PULL LEVER 5A (Pa. Political Adv.) 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PAGE 4 B *Jbftfci fhrkOati RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: "Juvenile Delinquency and the Delinquent Parent Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvoth of Sandy Wagner, son of Mr and Mrs. Daniel Wagner, and Jeffrey Pitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pitman, will take place. Kabbi Abiamowitz will preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy Daily services are at 7:45 a.m. and at 6:45 p.m. • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehr man officiating. The Rabbi will dis cuss. 'The Arithmetic of Life." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the sermon will highlight the Weekly Portion The Bar Mitzvoth of Alan, son of Mr and dos. Daily services are at 7:30 am. and 6:30 p.m • • • COAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Prida) evening wm lees at 8 1") p.m, Kahbi .MornSkop | will officiate and preach on the topic: -Kabbi A k I b ;i Three I Loves."' Saturday njorning services .ire at 10 am when members nl the 1954 Confirmation Class will as sis) Rabbi Skop. Included are Su zette Amberaon, George Barish, Francis Brenner. Jo Ann Brodkey, Alvin C'app. Brona F Cohen, Ann Kluvitz. Beverly Peldstein, Susan Gelernter, Bette Gerson, Alan Ma gida, Phyllis Platt. Lillian Rubin and Shirah Rannah Sktjp. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services I at 815 p.m. Rabbi Harr\ Kttinger will officiate and honor Joel Miller and Kenneth (ioodnch. whose Bar Mitzvah will take place during | the Saturday morning services ., ,. : : me aaiuraav morning services rw Hl '"r, lra :: U,r ; and Sr • %  "iSubJed Of Rabb. Bttinger's sermon 0 Mrs I heln.a Workman, wdl take I js sc hedu pd a>: .. H r MlI/v h place during the service. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 am and 6 45 p.m Cantor Philip Brummer renders the >i the liturg] musical portions The Beginning or the End Cantor Ben (Jrossberg will chant the litur gical portions of the services BETH EL CONGREGATION will mid Friday evening services ; ademj Hall al 10 a m ISRAELITE CENTER uill hold %  r id,i'. ii. ning -i r\ ice;it t; 45 p m Saturdaj morning services are at 8 m Rabbi Morton Malavsk) vuli officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion Cantor Samuel Salkow will under the musical portions of the liturgj Mincha is al 645 p m followed bj Shalos Seudos BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 6:45 p m Saturday morning sen nes are at 830 a.m. Rabin Moses Meschelofl will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion Junior sen ices are at 9am. under the direction ol Benjamin Kaminet iky. Kiddush will i>. served t>\ the Sisterhood, with Mrs Abraham Bergman and Mrs Aaron Weingar ten acting as hostesses Mincha is 1 6 45 p m followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will •peak Daily services are al 7 30 a m and 645 and 7:15 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services ; ,t 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the topic Reform Judaism — Past. Present and Future A general discussion will follow the service. • a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold services Saturday at 8:30 a.m.. when Alan Sacharoff son of Mr and Mrs Louis Sacharoff, 1510 Jefferson ave. will become Bar Mitzvah Saul Meringoff. president, will address the Bar Mitzvah in connection with the third book ol Moses Louis Dubin will conduct a class in the Talmud at 3 pm Mincha is at r>:15 p.m. Host tor Shalos Seudos is Ely Gech man. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Me n.on.11 prayers will be recited S.it urda\ morning lerVieea are at a.m. MIAMI HEBEW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services ,,t 630 p m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: •Statutes and Commandments'' Cantor Berele Kelemer will ren der the musical portions of the lit urgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., and will be followed by Mincha and Shalos SeuBETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services al 630 pm. Saturda) morning services will include the double Bar MltZ vah of Arnold, sun oi Mr and Mrs Arthur sheir. and Norman, son ol Mr. and Mrs Isidor Weinberg Floral offerings will be i>\ Mr and MrSheir and Mr and Mrs w ein Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can tor Maurice Mamches will offi (I.ile HEBREW ACADEMY will bold Frida) evening service al 6 40 p m Saturdaj morning services are .it !i am. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate and preach on the Week ly Portion Mincha is at 6:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday morning services are scheduled for 8 a 111 Daily services will be at 7:30 I in and 6:45 p.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services at 6:45 pm with Rev Leo Helm officiating Saturday morning services are .it 0 ., in when Rev Helm will dis,n-tin Weekly Portion and chant the Liturg) Mincha will be at 6:30 pm. followed by Shalos Seudos sponsored h> Mr and Mrs. Ilyman (overman Maan\ will conclude tin Sabbath obsenance at 7:15 p.m. • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. when, Evelyn Ronnie, daughter of Mr. i and Mrs Ralph Hutt. will become i Bas Mltsvah Evelyn will partici pate in the service and deliver a sermonette Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and preach on the topic "The Shining Light That Grows Into a Perfect Day." Cantor Joseph W Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Rev Mordechai Haalman will direct the Temple Choir. The Hutts will tender a reception following services Saturday morning services are at 9 a nv. when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the Weekly Portion Daily services are at 9 a.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Fridaj evening services at H 18 I'm Kabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and preach on the topic: "What Price Religion?" Saturday morning services are at m 45 a.m.. when the liar Mitzvoth o| Paul (ill I"n "ii ol Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Fleisher, and Arthur Paul, son of Mr and Mrs (ius August, will take place Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgj. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will <* %  *. % %  VW3 V0M u for mnm c/Va 7! V I bltabes... cheese ck... ., and other traditional treati.L So tempting in fruit or vegetable salads, with or without sour cream. A delightful "pickup" for the youngsters. Versatile, flavorful, economicall Mu*iY and Art Camp 4 MY CAMP imPHASIIINC ... W mTVE??. t i i,iM i c, -s rt,, • ,,r •'•**• %  L*25 ."' •*'"•'"•' U.l.hjre and cratti %  Crps, chtry, II %  %  .. *""—"*"enre and crafts .... • Al • Full Cole North Shore Swimming Pool • HijMy skilled professional staff Camp Season — June 28 %  August 20 Mve to Thirteen years of age inclusive limited Nursery Croup — Bwhu,. Regi8tra,ion Now Being Accepted Normandy Mule A Art ? %  %  %  1021 BIARRITZ DR. u -,m P ^ aa "-* aa — g' J5K2F COULTON BROS. GARAGE Phones 3-2244, 24*52 D ll >7 Wr.ck.r S.rvlro hold services Friday at 6 p.m., with i Rev. Kudolf E. Brill officiating I Tem P' Ustefl Services will begin at 9 a.m., Sat'-' '*" h "^ urday. The Bar Mitzvah of Jack Steven Fenster, on of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Fenster. will f„| low. Sunday services will bo held at 9 a.m. and at 7 a.m. wcekd;i\ NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:13 p.m., with Ranhi Henrj Okolica officiating. Theme of his sermon wHl be Lag B'Omer. 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PAGE 4A Published avary Friday line* 1927 by tha Jawlsh Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami It, Florida Entered a aacond-clan matter July 4, 1930, at the Pott Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1(79. The Jewish Floridian h.is absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, World, wide Newt Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. lean Aasociation of English. Jewish Newspapers, Florida Preu Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN New* Editor wJenisli Meridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones21141 — 2-8212 I of tha merchandia* [• \ % %  '""" % %  not fOBI inlr* tha Kaahnith SUBSCRIPT One Year 13.00 ON B A T E S I Two Year* WW^V^V^^^W^WW* During The Week.. Z^\ By LEO MINDLIN Ai/nW^^^WA^v^* is oe Volume 28 Friday. May 21, 1954 Iyar 18, 5714 Number 21 U.S. Impartiality Guns for Arabs, Friendship for Israel Peace in the Middle East, lor the benefit of the War of Liberation. Without such a natural THE JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUR ten days ago was a treat to attend. There : """^^ Israel, her neighbors and the world, "is a major objective of United States foreign policy." Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., told the American-Israel Society meeting to mark the Jewish State's sixth anniversary of independence in the nation's capital last week. ou itgrowth the final fruition of a 2.000-year-long vision and the lives lost on a battlefield, neither wanted nor chosen by Jewry, are both endangered. Israel Bonds represent an answer to the pitfalls in the achievement of this independence. This desire to achieve and maintain peace in Through the funds loaned to the Jewish State the Middle East is particularly true so far as from the first issue, major industries have been Israel is concerned since, it seems to us, withbrought to the infant republic. Automobiles asout peace the people of the Jewish State must sembled in Israeli factories ride the roads of and thoughtful about thera This year" i V'*' 5 '' affair particularly interesting. A M„ ri J n d *? symbolic thrusts and parr.es pa^dVf.L ''"•" %  i Bureau is eonvinced of the Med locally ZT£* program. Judging by the strides j, ha be* JS* 31 selling, as well-as with its recently unu^edt^ partment. one can see cogent reasons f or a rL, 0M| rectunmendation. ""epung serif*! To)**] continue to postpone their hope for economic independence. We have lime and again indicated in these columns that Israel's economic independence must be regarded as a natural outgrowth of the political freedom accorded it as a result of United Nations partition and solidified during i o 111 in 11 n h > .Support* The American Association of English-Jewish Newspaper Publishers met last week in annual convention at Washington, D.C. Among other things, the association took stock of its accomplishments during the preceding year. We feel that a significant observation was made in a message sent to the convention by Philip M. Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith. Klutznick remarked upon his pieviously critical attitude toward the extent and character of the coverage of the English-Jewish press. But he also pinpointed his criticism of the community which does not awaken to make the English-Jewish press reach the calibre, the standard and the extent of usefulness that the hours demand. Europe and the Scandinavian countries. And the tires on which they roll are also "Made in Israel." This is a significant accomplishment for a nation which received its independence only six years ago. But the accomplishment is even more impressive when one considers the industrial progress made in mineral and chemical manufacture, electrical products, medical and scientific articles and agriculture produce. All this means more purchasing power for the Israeli citizen, less that he must buy from abroad. And all this is by way of highlighting an afiair scheduled for Westview Country Club on Saturday evening, when Guardians of Israel, purchasers of the new Development Issue Bonds in amounts of SI,000 or more, will be dinner guests of Jacob Sher, chairman of Greater Miami's bond organization. Those present will be able to count themselves as "guardians" in the truest sense of the word. We anticipate that their ranks will swell from among those who have not yet tasted the joy We woulrT h w= ilw, I, u f 8 P eedin 9 Israel on i,s W Y toward economic We woulcTbe less than humble in the underand industrial independence through the purstanding of our function U we did not agree chase of Israel Bonds P with the B'nai B'rith president that there remains much for us to do. The hiatus is significant between the goal we have set for ourselves in 'ijj &i6tt 1SttgJ?-? r JJ£***'the matter of keeping the community informed and the level of efficiency we have reached. This disparity between purpose and achievement is our constant guide. We refer to it, measure it in terms of our immediate needs and our long range ambitions and hope fca| we are making some measure of fair progress over the years. But we are also happy to note the pertinence of Mr. Klutznick's observation so far as the community's responsibility toward the EnglishJewish press is concerned. Without its support, purpose and achievement become more and more irreconcilable; no matter how high we may have set our sights, we must inevitably feel the limitation of apathy. When communal and organizational leaders, as the B'nai B'rith president remarked in his message, will recognize how indispensable "a great press is to a live and virile Jewish community," the task we have assumed will be made that much easier. ....v > iiiuu executive dirwt, suggestion than what is observed at firs E |, nf Jewish Social Service Bureau has been callina !„""**! for such a program here since the earlj lMO's i"! at the annual meeting, as I saw it, was desinJn!!!3 "on the spot." What Comanor said was tha,ITa Z !" Jewish communities in the nation, stands alone m 3 ment some sort of child placement program and Si?} complexities inherent in its current operations m de i, possible for JSSB any longer to regard foster care, agency's own problem. *' It was not that the Bureau suddenly changed its ^ has grown weary of waiting for the implementation ofTJ. tion made years back. JSSB now suggests that Federal,*. some of its own leaders, settle down to a study of then a subsequent report be made on the need f or such j. Further to insure positive suggestions „, this regard tan licly announced its willingness to conform to any (ufa. might reveal on who shall direct a Jewish child placen*l should need for one be found in Miami This mean^thtj of it. JSSB is perfectly satisfied to see foster care under ih of an agency service other than its own if the findings soi long as implementation of its initial recommendation forthcoming. • • • • e I AM INCLINED TO FEEL SOME slight degree of i both the final validity of this sort of approach and 'he4. here manifests. But it can hardly be denied that the stept Jewish Social Service Bureau is an effective one. (or 1 community now finds a problem tossed into its lap with< have to cope. There is no longer the possibility of mk_ by "pocket veto." If the general approach to the need fort previously involved the vague feeling that Miami Jewry"si selling service was "somehow" attempting to come upwi and the vaguer hope that poor planning was •somehow" %  ltd, JSSB has now effectively squelched the illusion thati was, indeed, being done. The agency thus cleaned its own house of an admissibly problem within its present limitations, pulled the support(. under what it considers an erring community and now (oral light of attention on that same problem but in a new miaul ner in which this move was executed reminded meoftkti duel to which I previously referred. The swordmao's alluML ther strengthened by the initial opposition*to this late>tJSfl mendation, when one of our very prominent citizens denied tkf of the Jewish Social Service Bureaus latest stand. Essentially, the opposing voice differed with the age MM to give up its jurisdiction over a child placement p findings would deem it necessary, insisting that no valid i be made between family counselling and foster care was hardly strong enough to overcome the initial JSSBthrtM community at large. It passed as an amendment to the ami recommendation, committing the agency to a less fla** maneuverability and thus underscoring the prominent ductory remark that he was no stranger to the social setBut it left JSSB to reply' in kind. Its leaders mi* separation between family counselling and foster care \ times advisable, indeed, that some services are oriented in to the detriment of the other. Miami's Jewish Social f" they might argue,is a case in point. There, family c vocational guidance, frequently interacting, have caught the community. The result has been, they might finally P"** those calling for a Jewish child placement program M IMO's find prejudicial social service attitudes consistently' their recommendations and that JSSB was now returning to the community for no other reason. It is as y et d ^j*'J what the Bureau's decreased maneuverability in tn to the suggested study. Dalles Denies Weakening in I I.S. Relations: Bvroade IIH* •" h aia in COW JT-4.J Continued from Pas* 1 A withstand any Arab attack, even if the Arabs are armed by the United States. Mr. Lavon declared that there was a "positive" aspect to the recent speeches of Assistant Secretary of State Henry Byroade — "we know exactly where we stand." He added that Israel "will not allow Jewish blood to be oil on propaganda machinery of any kind, whether Socialist, anti-Communist or any other. We are a democratic state and regime in the sense that we will fight for our freedom." Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade denied meanwhile in Istanbul that he had urged Israel to limit its immigration. Mr. Byroade made this denial at a press conference held in <*• the meeting here of voys to the Middle U Mr Byroade, % %  the parley, in'Wedth' 11 statement in **•* %  caused a furor in W UnJtP d Statesd(W interpreted. He %  merely pointed 0ut that mass imm'STi"" >y cnded £JS*i found a w*> !" M of UrseU terntoru


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MAY 2 1. 1954 [apian Named lent of Beth im Women Ling I'Kaplan, of 383G jr., Miami Beach, was inKsijleni 'l Beth Sholom ai an annual plratfeoa bn luncheon on Wertnrsj„ ihc Saxony Hotel. i t .„n Kronish. spiritual (repared the poetic script narrated. Music was sung Dr Samuel Kelemer, with J yi the piano. Japlan has just finished a term as president of the L er (,I three daughters, ail | ;U Beth Sholom Religious s h IN active in communal on the Beach. She is secthe North Beach Elemenbol PTA, active in the PTA jlus .Junior High School; of the Miami Beach Unit Cancer Institute at Miami, „l the League of Women I H n,u B'rith North Shore | Anna Miller Chapter of and ian ardent member I Belli Sholom Sisterhood Iroup. jive <>t Brooklyn, New York. (plan. Ihe former Sylvia DuBim here in 1918. She is a of Adelphi College of i. from which she gradu|m laude. Mrs. Kaplan has |i, private and public schools York City. officers installed were— kidents, Mrs. Morris.Alpert, iseph 1.. Arkin.Mrs^ Wokfie land Mrs. Arthur Courshon: ng secretary., Mrs. Samuel corresponding secretary, Bchael Merselr financial sec|Mrs -Benjamin 9abin;-traasIrs. Maurice B. Shein; chapIrs Leon Kconirfh. • • • II secretary,. Mrs. Samuel tr: directors, the Mesdames Ipplehaum. Irving Bachrach, tt. Jack Chutlow, I. A. Durseph Fenias, Charles Gert-, Lib, r • Goldman, F.li Meltzer, Kelson, Harry Orleans, Hel-i Ina. Irving Roth man, Joseph put Fred Snmersteln. Ralph i Louis Stoff, Max Weitz, Jopfolf. Simon Wolff, Abraham non. Mesdames Ralph Benach, |Bla.sberg. Max Brustein, Barneron. Ralph Cobb, Jacob an. Emanuel Goldstrich, Harl-Greenberg. Daniel Herman, %  rs. Morry B. Morris, Donald |y. Abe Schwartz, Louis Sha Hyman Silver, Irving Westin, Wynn, William Yanowitz. in Babel, Camilla Baum, SamDckerman. I. C. Greenberg, Harris, Milton Jacobs, WalKODs, Iteuben Levin, Benjalandell. Herman Ries, Sidney krtz. Benjamin Seidler and ?s Silvers. PAGE 3 B ELECT LeROY COLLINS GOVERNOR PULL LEVER 1-A For Ride to Polls Tuesday Call Tel. 5-4616 for Collins Courtesy Car (Political Aiivt. i>->i• %  bv Campaign Fund tor LoRoy Collins Juliii K. Itlnit. Tn-;is.i Lorry L. Siegel (left), chairman of the Child Welfare Committee of Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, Knights of Pythias, presents three checks for SI00 each to Israel Abrams. committee publicity chairman and legal counsel. The checks are slated for St. Joseph Villa, Beth El Hebrew Academy and American Society for Children and were presented as part of the Roosevelt Lodge program to aid children's organizations without regard to religious denomination. Beth David Schedules Closing Exercise Sunday; Certificates to be Presented Mrs. Irene (Nathan) Becker, Mr. Max j I Bauer and Mr. Henry Berg Recommend MRS. HELENE J. VOSLOH BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District 2 • Lever 14 A She hat three ions -two are attending University of Florida, having graduated from local Junior and Senior High Schools, and the third in Fourth grade of local Elementary school. Worked with schools ot Dade County as a parent tor seven years. Nine years business experience. The only candidate in District 2 to receive newspaper endorsements. For dignity, ability and mature judgment, vote for MRS HELENE J. VOSLOH on May 25. 1954. LEVER 14 A. (I'llId Pol Adv.) Sunday morning, May 23. at 10 a.m., will be the date for elosing exercises of the Beth David Sun day School for the year 1953-54. Approximately 25 Awards of ^Honor and 150 Certificates will be presented to students for outstanding achievement during the school year. Special Awards of Honor will be presented to Sandra Schreidell and Jerry Spector for Perfect Attendance for six consecutive years, 1940-54; Sidney Schreidell for five consecutive years; and Henry Lucente, Susan Schwartzman, Morris Spector and Gloria Whitman, for three consecutive years at Beth David Sunday School. The Pus hkoff Scholarship Awards for outstanding Hebrew School students will be presented to Ellen Bolker. fifth year student; Dale Handshu. fourth year; Jerry Specjor, third year; John Alterman. second year; and Joan Brown, first year. Presentation will be made by J. Z. Stadlan. president of the Miami Chapter of the Histadrut Ivruth Organization. Grand prize for attendance at Sabbath services will also be presented. Standard Bearer Custodian Bernard Feinberg and Karon Kantor will formally transfer the Jewish and American Flags to newly-appointed Standard Bearer and Custodian Fred Berney and Boberta Gordon. Martin R. Bialow. Ellen Bolker, Stanley Goldstein, Richard J. Kosch, Sandra Schreidell and Judy Weldon, having successfully passed the entrance examinations for the Hebrew High School, will be graduated from the Daily Hebrew School and will receive diplomas. Having fulfilled the necessary requirements, 40 students of the Hebrew School will receive Certificates of Bar Mitzvah during the closing exercises. Highlight of the morning's activities wilt feature a presentation by students of the Sunday School Choral and Dramatic Groups under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag and Miss Sylvia Milgram. | Auxiliary Social Meeting rman Bruce Brown POel Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet. will hold a social meeting on fesdaj evening, May 36, 8 p.m., Republican Club, 1947 Wesi IT -I RUTH GROSS AGENCY, INC. All forms of Insurance UNCOiN DREXEL BIDG.-Room 207 420 UNCOIN ROAD PHONE 58-5341 HARD-WORKING EXPERIENCED MR. and MIS. NATHAN K. 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Dade County WON'T FORGET ON MAY 25th CLIFF PULL LEVER 7A HERRELL STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 3 • Cliff Herrell went on the air with other leading citizens for 22 x h hours to warn the people of Dade County that they were being denied their basic right to vote for or against the Consolidation Bill I NO, Dade County WONT FORGET! WORK FOR — VOTE FOR HERRELL His 20 years of successful business and municipal experience will provide the needed balance to the attorneys who will make up 3 of the 4-man Dade Legislative team. (IM l'.>litli-!i| A.lv.) THE FIRST DOS TRACK IN FLORIDA TO HAVE AUTOMATIC TOTALISATORS AT EVERY MUTUEL WINDOW! 'V See Your Daily Newspapers For Direct Bus Routes To The Track flQR i TpV/ONlY y /FUTURITY I TRACK VKy 115th Street Between N.E. 2ad and N.W. 7th Aves.



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PAGE 6 B hnisl fhtili vui Fifth Amendment Doesn't Prove Disloyalty-Taylor FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1954 NEJW YORK—The Fifth Amendof Senator McCarthy's disregard ment is a valuable principle of and contempt for the Conttitution American justice, and the fact that f n al or subverwhich "seem to he more anxious sive, Telford Taylor. Brigadier ,„ find wltneMes whn can be fore General retired. Chief Allied Prosed ,„ p i,. ;i(1 ht FlfIh Amendment ecutor at the Nuremberg War tnan ,„ „ btajn an>W( rs ,,, ,(,,„Crimes Trials, told a conference of questions. This is also an abuse of the American Jewish Congress Intne investigative power, the onlv stitute on Civil Liberties held at legitimate purpose of which is to the Stephen Wise Congress House obtaln Information for the Cm here. g re „ Speaking on the question. '"Is the i In discussing the privilege Fifth Amendment Being Misused 0 '' against self incrimination, as em\ Mr. Taylor was particularly critibodied in the Fifth Amendment. cal on this score of Senator Joseph Mr. Taylor pointed out that the I McCarty > investigating sub-cornprfvilefe has been "distorted and mittee. which, he said, "has tried abused'' not only by Congressional; to brand everyone who has pleaded investigating committees, but also the Fifth Amendment before it as by some witnesses called before | a proven Communist." This attithese committees. Many witness. tilde, he said, "is entirely typical he said, have pled the Fifth Amendment who are not entitled to I its protection, through "mdaunder standing or had legal advice.' as, ior example, when witnesses plead the Fifth Amendment "as a form ol protest" against inv< stigating com mittee abuses "rile witness who believes that an investigatinf mittees is exceeding its lawful powers and often there Mr good grounds for this belief." Mr Taylor declared, "should openly challenge tha committees authority to ash the question and should not hide behind the Fifth Amendment." Other witnesses, he aiMcd. "have invoked the Fifth Amendment siffl p]\ because they did nut wish to undergo the strain or embarrass ment of a public hearing, but the Fifth Amendment was not intend ed to relieve witnesses of fear or discomfort." Mr. Taylor said he w la "entirely in agreement" with th; policy recently adopted by the l.'nited Auto mobile Workers, under which the Union's members have been urged int to m\oke the Fifth Amend ment if called to testily before the Un-American Activities Committee, "but which recognizes thai in -ome case-, there may be a good reason Mr ia>lor emphasised that the bill currentl) pending in < ongre to grant immunity to witnesses ap pearing before Congressional investigations "requires careful safe I'uariis. or it will do more harm than good." In order to prevent I abuse bj irresponsible commit tees." he added. "I believe thai im-i munity should be granted only by action of the House or Senate. The Attorney General should be con suited in all cases, and, if he approves the House or Senate ought to be empowered to grant immunity by a simple majority of those voting However, if the Attorney General recommends against the Dawn Grossman, Stanley Greenberg Win Contest Here Two students received top hon ors in the recent city-wide contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education on the topic. "What the State of Israel Means to M Religious School students of some ; ten schools in the area entered essays and works of art in the two categories. A Bureau committee selected winners from among the' top entries made by local principals and spiritual leaders representing their schools. Dawn Beth Grossman, of Temple F.manu El. and Stanley Green berg, of Temple Beth Sholom. were named first prize winners in the two categories. Dawn is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Murry Grossman. 3500 SW 8th st She will be confirmed atTemple Emanu-El in June and is a ninth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Stanley, who won top honors in the Art category, is the son of Mr. and MrIrving (.r'cenberg. 645 West avi Hihas been attending Temple Beth Sholom Religious School tor the past three yean The 12-year-old winner is a seventh gri|p pupil HI Ida M Flutter Junior High School. '••d second prizr winner in r*y 1'iinlenl w BjBJBBflJj>K.tls.n of our people, because our people have today what they did not have in 1933 or even 1943. they have a haven, a place to go to. a place where they will be received with open hearts and arms,—They have Israel!! And I. as an American. I too have a share in Israel Not only because I contribute to the JNF or CIA or Keren Ann. etc. This is very lm portant. hut it is not the most important. I have a share in Israel because it is. as I have already mentioned, .the birthplace of my faith, and today it is the homeland of my brethren whose language I am learning to speak, whose songs and dances I am trying to learn and enjoy. Israel to me. is the reason why I can walk with my head up high, with pride, because my brethren have proved to the world, the world that looked down upon us as a frightened weak nation, lacking in self respect, my brethren in Israel proved to the world that the Jew is not weak, that we can fight for our rights, for our freedom and for justice to all mankind True we are people of peace. Shalom is a word that we use much in our everyday life, we pray tor peace w.hope for peace, but not peace • %  an) price Remember the Haganabl 'today it la, thank God. part of the official army of i he State 01 Israel, but not Inn loon "K>. the ll:iK-itmlt Wils grant, then it should hiextended only by vote ol a majority ol tin ent ire membership C Dickerman Williams, former general counsel ol the U.S D, partmenl of Commerce and chair man ol its Loyalty Appeals Board who also spoke at the UCongress Institute, pointed to the "disagree ment" among legal expert-, the "confusion among witnesses." and the frustration" experienced by law enforcement authorities, re garding the occasions when the rilth Amendment ma) properly be invoked, the inferences which may lie drawn, and the action which may be taken when it is invoked "When similar situations devel oped at earlier times in our his tory." Mr. Williams said, the solution proved to be legislation granting immunity to witnesses from criminal prosecution but requiring that they testify In my opinion." he concluded, "this rem edy should be applied again The Hon. Justine Wise Polier, Justice of the Domestic Relations Court of New York City and na tional president of AJCongress' Women's Division, served as moderator of last evening's conference, which was the fourth and final in a series devoted to critical civil liberties issues cofronting Americans today u \ vV.'.V :;'-...£A "—%  %  ".%  %  _' % %  w. in.,>sij l~iv;lii ifi'.; frtm Tlwj r...iKit %  •. %  %  > %  %<*-•*. hut for L MfMf2SJ!* ••••% Itta* I III* II i i i l> i 'H iiinil • .uiA fr thetn,11 I I..... I. .VI University Plans Workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico The University of Miami will again hold a six-weeks summer school in Oaxaca. Mexico, beginning June 12 anil ending July 24. The workshop, a part of the reg ular summer school of the Cniver sity of Miami, is designed to give students a chance at first hand knowledge of the cultures and language of Mexico and to study in surroundings illustrating concrete ly the subject matter presented in the academic courses Registration will be limited to 59 -indents Oaxaca, capital ol the state ol Hypnotist to Appear Am.i/oi:'. l>r Maurice, hypo,.list :oiuac>. ii....HI. v.111 ... Pledge to Stand Firm on Immigration for Israel Robert H. Fite was named president and general manager of Florida Power & Light Company at the quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors held in Miami this week. He succeeds McGregor Smith who was elected chairman of the Board, a position provided for in the by-laws but heretofore not filled. NEW YORK JTAi — A declaration thai "I-rael will stand firm on its polic] ol unlimited immigration was made tonight by Moshe shapno. Minister oi Religions and Social Welfare He asserted that "recent advice that Israel curtail l! immigration to allay Arab fe ITS strike* at the very heart ofthe Jew i-h State "The inalienable nuht of e c h Miss Ronson to Sing For Hospitalized Vets Teresa Ronson, dramatic so-' prano, w is this week requested by the Dade Chapter of American Red Cross to present a program tor the patients of It;.Veterans Hospital at i oral Gables. Miss RotlSOn is a veteran ol the United stateNavj and worked with neuiop-vchiatric patients, using music therapy She was a member of the Hospital Corps Since her discharge from servile, Miss Ronson attended Julliard School of Music and was a mem ier oi the American Theater Wing. Miss Ronson has planned a varied program, including popular songs and standard classics Jew to settle in Israel is one of the fundamental principles upon which the Jewish State was established, and the policy of the 'ingathering of the exiles' was among the first proclaimed by Israel," he declared, addressing 900 guests at an Israel Independence Day banquet at Hotel Commodore, arranged by the Hapoei Hamizrachi, the Orthodox Zionist laborite party. Pointing out that the citizens of the Jewish State have endured extreme hardships only for the purpose of absorbing their co-religionists, the Israeli Minister asked. "Should a country be penalized for such a humane endeavor?" He added that America, more than any other country, should understand this attitude. "Certainly, Israel's policy is in consonance with that of the founding fathers of the US, themselves refugees, who established a liberal program on immigration," be noted. He labeled the fears of Israel's expansion as "groundless." "As a matter of fact." he said, "we have offered to sign long-term peace agreements with the Arab countries, but they have consistently refused to even enter into any discussions on peace." Oaxaca. is located 343 miles s,, u th east of Mexico City in a high "alley 5.000 feet above sea level and is a pre Conquest Zapotec and Mixtec city The group of students registered for the Oaxaca Workshop will leave Miami under the guid%  ance of two members of the facui j ly, via Guest Airways, on Saturday, j June 12 at 4 p m They will arrive j the same evening in Mexico City where they will spend thy night in a first class hotel. Leaving early ; tne next morning by plane, they will land in Oaxaca in mid-morning and be taken to the headquarters of the school at the Hotel Rancho San Felipe, Just outside of thejew n itself Classes will start on Monday, June 14. and end on Fridaj. 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