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The Jewish Floridian ( May 28, 1954 )

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fewsh Floridion Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY KJME 28—Number 22 rings Over \rist Law 9 endmertt m Unlikely iJINGTON (JTA) — Informgressional sources were of r.ion this week that little ri exists for adoption by of the proposed Constiamendment recognizing \%  as the official national (l the United States, re-sional hearings have r urned. There is no indikhen or whether they are [r--umed. Before* adjourn•f. siate. subcommittee unchainnanship of Sen. Wil|r?er. chairman of the Junmmittee, heard unschedlestimony from David A. Washington representaAnti-Defamation League rith h pointed out that prior tesTur.fortunately took the form fef.e between Christians and ,i actually many ChrisIh. the opposition views fcr Jewish organizations. He br< I the exploitation and |u the hearings by the soMilitant Christian Patrii testimony sought to pristians against Jews. The |nt Christian Patriots," earthe hearings, appealed to uprejudice by characteriz fti-h organization! • "anti%  n." Br< dy told the subcommittee is preferable to have rean active influence in the and minds of people rather ring it written into national lutional law. "Suitable Oath" [Senate Judiciary Committee en hearing testimony on Senlint Resolution 87, introducenator Ralph Flanders, Ren of Vermont. This reso| proposes that there be addI an amendment to the U.S. lution, a new section declarIcognition of "the authority I*' of Jesus Christ, Savior and Ifcf Nations." | resolution also specifies that hall not be -interpreted as pr.ir.g the "establishment of' ^rticular ecclesiastical organ or abridgement of free|W religion, speech or assempd empowers Congress to sub"a suitable oath or affirma|in the case of any citizen religion prevents "unquali Uegiance to the Constitution ein amended." Jbi Isadore Breslau", representpe Synagogue Council of Amland Leo Pfeffer, represent>e National Community Rela[Advisory Council, previously Ved a prepared statement. MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 9 Q gg PRICE: TEN CENTS Rumanian Jews are in Danger of Imprisonment; Forced to Testify Trials, Sentences Sham, Dr. Goldmann Declares Abraham Shapiro, 80 years old, relives a scene from his past astride his favorite horse. Shapiro is one of the original members of the "Guardians," a mounted civilian defense force which, before the tum of the century, protected the Palestine village of Petah Tikva. Guardians of Israel today consist of Americans who will purchase $1,000 in State of Israel Development Bonds during 1954. NEW YORK (JTA)—Every Jew in Rumania is in danger of arrest and long imprisonment as a result of the "cruel prison sentences" given scores of leaders of Rumania Jewry for Zionist and communal activities. Dr. Nahum Goldmann president of the World Jewish Congress warned at a press conference here this week. "If the persons convicted arc guilty of crimes," he emphasized, "every Jew in Rumania who was at one time identified with either the Zionist movement, the World Congress or any other Jewish organization abroad — and virtually every Jew had such connections—must live in daily fear of sharing personally the fate of his leaders." "The implications of the precipitous arrests of the leaders of Rumanian Jewry, the sham trials and cruel sentences which followed, are such as to strike terror in the heart of every individual Jew in Rumania and serve to underscore the sad plight of Rumanian Jewry," Dr. Goldman declared. "White Paper" on the pattern of liquidation of Jewish communal life by Rumania's Communist regime prepared by the World Jewish Congress, revealed that for four years some 150 Jewish leaders had been jailed and held incommunicado and forced to accept Communist-appointed counsel. Recently, some 46 Jewish leaders received harsh prison sentences ranging from five years to life imprisonment. Also that non-verified reports mention the arrest of at least 200 other Jews. Commons Hears Protest; MP Criticizes British Air Policies LONDON (JTA) — Severe criticism of the policy of the British Overseas Airways Corporation, a Government agency; toward Jewish passengers on routes traversing the Middle East was voiced this week in a discussion in the House of Commons. The debate was precipitated by Barnett Janner, Labor M.P., who asked the government to explain why the BOAC put difficulties in the way of Jews, of British or other nationality, who wanted to travel to Iraq or through Iraq. He demanded that the government obtain from the corporation assurances that such discrimination would cease. J. D. Profumo, Joint Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Transportation and Civil Aviation, said that since 1950 the BOAC on the basis of an Iraqi regulation, had refused to take Jews on such routes unless they had special visas is\ollins Sweeps to Victory over Johns m Senator LeRoy Collins, of pna>see. will be Florida's next' p.or to fill the unexpired ft I office left vacant by the F h f Gov. Dan McCarty last MBber, "ins received an overwhelmstatewide vote in Tuesday's !" on to down Acting Gov. e Johl s, who conceded de1 to his opponent from his MnviUe headquarters at 9:25 iJ Uesday ev ening. £7 Co"nty\, 126 precincts acP* Collins 98,906 votes. Act*"Jv Johns received only [ r { ball ts which saddled him I th\t Cr u 8hing 55 000 voU defi r"t he could not make up "*£re in Florida. [ n a Precincts still not tallied, Collins led throughout the state by some 67,000 votes. Approximately 25 outlying precincts of a total of 1.724 still remained uncounted, but observers indicated little likelihood that the Collins victory margin would be cut significantly. In other local races, George Okell downed William Charles. 74,718 to 45,841, for a seat in the state legislature from Group l John B. Orr, Jr.. will represent Group 2 in the legislature. He defeated Thomas E. Lee by some 18,000 votes and garnering W,x>v Judge Raymond Nathan was returned to his bench in the Smalt Claims Court, defeating Leonard P. Cardone, 79,800 to 33,725. School Board candidates successful in Tuesday's race included Robert S. Butler, with 63,091, over James M. Noel, 40,841. District 1; Mrs. Helen J. Vosloh, 56 127, over Max P. Engel, 48,428, District 2; and Dr. Raymond Van Dusen, 67.835 votes, over Frank E. Harlow, with 34,724, District 3. W D. Joyce will be Dade's purchasing agent again. He downed Jay P. Kendrick by some 5,ooo votes, scoring 58,894. Also winners were C. R. Gardner 50,919, for navigation district, and Harold A. Schuler, 54,848, for county surveyor. Only 916 votes separated Cliff Continued on Pa90 3 A sued by Bagdad. Mr. Profumo insisted that such regulations had been issued in the interests of Jewish passengers, to avoid embarrassment and inconvenience to them. At this point, another Laborite, Sidney Silverman, interjected that Iraq had refused to issue such visas to any Jew crossing its territory. He called the British Government's refusal to act in this matter "connivance against British subjects travelling in British aircraft." Again Mr. Profumo insisted that the regulations were in the best interests of Jewish passengers. He also said he knew of no case where a Jewish passenger had been halted in transit in Iraq. William Tecling, a Conservative MP, asked whether this ruling also applied to members of the staff of BOAC who were Jews. He asked for an assurance that under no circumstances would the corporation refuse to hire Jews on this account. Mr. Profumo said there had been no discrimination against members of the Jewish faith on BOAC's staff. The regulations, he added, referred to any person of the Jewish faith. He noted there were two other routes over which Jews could reach their destinations in the East. Those arrested and imprisoned have been charged with engaging in Zionist activities, with encouraging and assisting Jews to emigrate from Rumania, with establishing and maintaining contacts with the Lsrael legation and with the World Jewish Congress, and distributing ^ relief funds received from Jews abroad. V J Dr. Goldmann pointed out that at the time the defendants were engaged in Zionist activities "they were engaged in conduct which was unequivocally legal and which had either the expressed or tacit approval of the Rumanian Government." "With respect to Zionism," he went on, "it need only be recalled that the end of 1945. the Rumanian Minister of the Interior reaffirmed the legality of Zionism in Rumania. This declaration asserted that the Zionist movement was a legally constituted body enjoying the same rights as all other groups." This was no less true of the close and fraternal relations which Rumanian Jewry rapidly re-established with their fellow Jews abroad, after Rumania emerged from the darkness of the Hitler period, Dr. Goldmann declared. "It is apparent that the trials of the leaders of Rumanian Jewry is a mere facade, designed to conceal the real aim of the Rumanian authorities which is to obliterate the last vestiges of spiritual autonomy of the Jewish community and to cut off all contact between Jews of Rumania and their fellow Jews in other parts of the world." Asserting that the Jewish people will not accept the decision of the Rumanian authorities which, in effect, spell the valedictory for Rumanian Jewry, and because these decisions are both savage and indecent, Dr. Goldmann urged the civilized world to speak up "until Rumania recants for its calloused treatment of the leaders of Rumanian Jewry and restores to these leaders their freedom and opportunity of work in the interests of their fellow Jews." The "White Paper" estimates the present Jewish population of Rumania to be about 400,000. Losses under the Nazi regime were about 350,000 dead and over $1,000,000 in assets. It is also estimated that some 150,000 Jews had left Rumania for Israel. •fr -fr -fr BULLETIN WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Rumanian National Committee here charged this week that Jews who returned to Rumania from Israel were being "conditioned" to act as prosecution witnesses in a forthcoming trial of Zionist leaders now imprisoned in Rumania. The committee said the return of Jews "is assuming the proportions of a major tragedy for the Jewish people." It reported that those Jews "lured by the glittering promises of the Rumanian People's Republic authorities met the expectable disillusionments upon landing. Most of them have been unable to find either lodgings or employment, though both had been promised them."



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PAGE 2 A Jan Peerce to Appear Here for Bond Drive; Westview Affair Nets $300,000 A concert featuring internationally-famed tenor Jan Peerce will be held in the Miami Beach Auditorium at the end of June under auspices of the State of Israel Bond Organization, it was announced this week by Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman. Admission will be free to all those who purchase or sell a specified number of Development Issue bonds. The concert will be a follow up to Saturday's successful dinner tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Sher in Westview Country Club honoring Trustees, Guardians and Sponsors of Israel and marking Israel's Sixth Anniversary. More than $300,000 in Development Bonds were sold in connection with this event, making it the ini^t successful ever held in this area for the Israel Bond Organization since inception of the campaign in 1951. Sher welcomed guests and introduced Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. who officiated at the candlelightng ceremony, when a huge birthday cake in the shape of Israel was displayed. Mr. and Mrs. Sher each lighted three candlc>. symbolizing Israel's six yean <>1 statehood. Kabbi Max Shapiro stressed the important role played by Israel Bonds in the economic development of Israel and urged all those present to continue providing the vital investment capital required by Israel. A poem dedicated to Israel Bonds and composed by Mrs. Sarah Czech was read by Mrs. Ruth Cherner. Mrs. Czech also presented a $5 000 check to Sher in payment for Development Bonds, thus becoming the largest woman investor in the new issue in the Greater Miami area. It was decided by Sher. the host, that the large birthday cake would be sent to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Israeli songs were sung by Miss Aviva Ilalaban. talented Israeli soprano, who received a warm reception from the guests Sher announct-d that the following had become Trustees of Nr.nl through their investment of a mini mum of S10.000 in Development Issue Bond.Joaafpt Weinkle, JacoD Sher, Samuel C. Stampleman. Jack Carner, Benjamin N. Kane. Louis E. Wolfson and Abe Mailman. Immediately alter his announcement five gue-ils present announced their intention of becoming Trustew Sidney D. An.in, Max Wtitz. Abe Kiirinyn. David Provus and LARGEST INVESTOR: Mrs. Scrrah Czech presents a check for S5.000 as her investment in Israel Bonds to Jacob Sher (left). Greater Miami chairman, as Joseph Cherner looks on. As a result ol purchase check. Mrs. Czech is the largest woman investor in Development Issue Bonds in this area. another HOME MILK Contest Winner! WINNER OF HOME MILK'S LIGHT CREAM RECIPE CONTEST MRS. RAY SULLIVAN 922 N.E. 91 t Terrete Miami, FUriaa HIRt'S TMI $25 PRIZE WINNING HOME MILK LIGHT CIEAM RECIPE: HOME SWEET HOME LEMON HI 2 tablespoons '. trjspoon a 1 cup HOME MILK LIGHT CREAM Orated rind and Juice ol I large lemon 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 baked 9 inch pie shell Into a large mixing bowl put 1 cup sugar and 2 tablespoons flour and blend. Add grated lemon rind and Juice of 1 lemon. Add 2 egg yolks (well beaten), w teaspoon salt and 1 cup HOME MILK LIGHT CREAM, mixing all together until smooth and well blended. Pour mixture into top part of double boiler and cook over boiling water until thick Partially cool and fold in stiffly beaten whites of two eggs, or may use egg whites in meringue .for top if preferred. Final winner in HOME MILK'S contest series will be (hewn in this newspaper next week. Actual State laboratory tests proce HOME flour If MILK exceeds state nu trition requirements by 13.14 Always serve your family pure Home Milk with higher nutritive value. Isadora Hecht Jr. making a total of 15 Trustees. The original goal of 10 Trustees in this area has now been increased to 25. The target for Greater Miami in 1954 has been set at $750,000. which is one percent of the overall national target of $75,000,000. Mrs. Sher wore a pale-blue gown. She and Mr. Sher received the guests at the entrance to the Westview clubhouse. Cocktails were served in the bar, prior to a buffet dinner in the main Dining Room. A trio provided music through the entire evening. Osests Incises* Mr and Mra Mi.h:i,l AII.-H Mi •""' Mr Samuel Altman, Mi and Mrs rlldne) l> \neln. Mi end Mre. l-ronar.l Etarr, Mi and \l, Mevei Kai i-in Mra Kasnuel I %  • i Mi end MrWilliam Born-,. in Hi ,,, i Mrs J.uk I'HIIMT, Mr .mil Mr> .I, -• %  pli Ch.-in.-i Mi .mil %  K i ...,.• M .!> ivurl. Mrs. Harah < "a.-, li. Mra. r'rnnces r.ntine. i >.irah Waxnuin. Mr BSSfl Mr. \f...rYinsold Mi Hi -> r*ii • MiPh>lfls rialne), Mr Joseph Oas-.nil. -1 HI. r. MiRuth U see en nelmer. M and MIHam Oerelelst, Mrs. Leon Goodman, Mleeee Lillian and Bethel O Iman, Mre Jennie Ores* singer, Ml and MiI ant (Irossmsj), Mr and Mrs. Isadora Hecht Jr.. Mra. Anna Wolf HirschmsA, Mrs. I .eon Ml and Millpiijamin N. Kane, Mr and MiHownM Kane. Mr ami Mr* Aarun Kanner, Mr. and Mra Morrta Klsss, Mr. and Mre. Abe K. .iiniiii Mi and Mre. Sam Iatchman, Mr anil Mra Rhine) bsfeoort, Knbhl and Mllivins; lehrman. .Mr. Hheldon Leh huk. Mr and Mre. Laurence 1^-venh m Mr and Mrs. Sam I.uby. Mr. Ben M'wis. Mi. anil Mra. Jack Murav. huk. Misi.i nl.•> C. Meyers. Mr. end MiILIMII Phillips. Mr. and Mm. Hum Platnff, Mre Miriam I Tree, Mr. and Mre. David Provus, Mrs. Matilda Kainer, Mr ami Mra. Miwes Itauiln, Pr. and Mrs. Hen Konenberic. SWI Rkni II Root. Mr anil Mrs. Hennotli Rubin, Mr. and MiSimon K. Rubin. 1 ranc-ea Ruliin. Mr. Irving Baal. Mr and Mra Herbert Better, Mrs Monte Belts. Rabbi ami Mm Max Shawn.. Mr .irid Mra H II Sllv rrman. Mr anil Mra s.im BlmonbofT, Mra Kathei Sin*:.'. 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f, MAY 28, 1954 iard iiuttttadt in Chicago % AGO (JTA) — Richard E. it, executive vice chairman | Anti-Defamation League of jj'rith, died here Saturday iHe was born in San Franyears ago. ng the first to recognize the of Nazism to democratic Everywhere, Mr. Gutstadt fed national renown as a lecfend community leader durJ '30s, when he stumped the y, organizing opposition to owing Fascist movement in buntry. He became an out}ig authority on the native i movement in the period beSrorld War II, the source of tier and its association and trig by the Nazis. IGutstadt became national diof the ADL in 1931 and until 1948 when he was executive vice chairman. j president of Sinai CongreI in Chicago when he died. 2J2*istLrhridlian — r-rU nf ii JACK H,R SCH Surviving are hi.' l-l "\ \X '•"". Jerry, and four brother and J i MISS FRANIA PEPPER Chapel of Oordon Funeral Home^'uT' ial was at WoodJawn Stnetery. Obituaries 49 died llo MRS. MILDRED J. SILVER o.ne ma in aterg^of •rrJTiJ.SSSS 87 of M r s ?-, BRU C A BUSMAN 8/, or !., ( oral u ly dl d M She came from Cleveland. :%  > ugo. Surv ving are three sons \ %  ,, rice and Hill. both of Mian Hen h and Dr. Harry Gus.nan7 n e v.,,, th.ee daughters, Mrs. Bertha HtaJh' Miami Beach Mrs. Anna I,! ,, C w .": land; and Mrs Sara Bailsman Las Vatae, Nev. Services were r\,\.. land, with Gordon', Miami Fun.-,.,! Home In chare* or local arranemenu ,o -..DAV, D BALSAM ^'.i. ,.'.".*-'"' "' %  • Miami Beach, a W l ;nl iTocer, died May K Shi" "'•';'' rV',; s """' l,,M Beach Memorial ( hapel, with burial In Ml Nebo Cemetery, Mr. Balsam wan a membar of I..North Shore Jewish CommunliyJ enter. Besides hla wife, \i,s Dm-a Basam h.leaves four „„„ H Nathan. Joseph. Charles ami s„I,,,,„,„ and a daughter. Bylvla, all ol .Miami DR. SAMUEL SLAFF ...i, of 11 iii Venetian Way. died May 7 The bod) waa aent l.v the 1;.-... i, Memorial Funeral Home to Weatcheatei NY., for services and burial. Dr. Slaff ii',';!'"''!.'!'.''"'-'' %  "'" %  to Miami rrom llnllls. N.Y.. alx yeara ago. Bealdea his wife. Mis Minnie .Slaff, he leave) a son. Louis. .,f N,w fork, and a daughter, Mrs. Leah Kahaner, of Holtichurl Gutstmdt iman Unveiling dedication of a monument to nemory of the late Adolph nann. formerly of 825 W 40th bill take place Sunday, May |:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemwith Rabbi Samuel Machtei ating. Mr. Friedmann is surI by his wife Marie; one brothbuis Friedmann of Miami And [sisters; Mrs. Bertha Hecht, [Clarence Meltzer, Mrs. Clara p of Chicago and Mrs. William nan and Mrs. Julius Kobins of ersonville, N C. Arrangements charge of Thurmond MonuCompany. Friends and relalare asked to attend. MRS. ANNA ISERSON 7J. died May In at her home, 2001 S\V Z3rd at. Funeral services were held at the Cordon Miami Chapel, lturlal followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Iaeison came to Miami Irora New York 14 years ago. She leaves three sons, Krneat. of Miami, and Howard and Fred, New York: three 'laughters, Miss Agnea, Miami: Mrs. Kva Samuel, New York; and Mrs. laabelle Buumberg, Boston; eight grandchildren and five great -grandchildren. II Ol IM S iv? E UA COHEN here for a ",''" h ,"'" "Pliant m ved to Mtam?'* Kf y %  B ann „,'>', IL 1 u'"'" %  "< %  V1 'fc n r M r'h V,< ;r "*SWn^ffini 10 o | RS LENA SALMON the A5 %  "!,"' ,"„""• %  '• w i h Homa for "f 1 %  "" *y II at a local boa' 'els oS' "l? v d '" %,ll ""l three L "?" fr *"" N,w Vork City. She %  ,','n 'IV' •,""-• """"""t-I'mlip, of J'ami Beach, ami two daughters i:;;' 1 1 11 1 '"^ nt,;"*artz and four grandchildren. ygements are in charge of !" >nd Monument Company. mas and relatives are asked to fllins is Victor ^ntinuad from P.o* 1 A f el nd George L. Hollahan, L a seat in the stte legislai J r m 0 ">up 3. MerreU aeorf^'i5 Ullies over Holtahan's Acc rding to Carl Homer, >l£n n ? 0T of registration, lt TT absen,e e ballots remained # unted brf Herre r Mfely coun >e office as LILLIAN TOPOL 6211 Alton rd., Miami Beach, passed away May 11. Survived by her husband, Benjamin, sons Mitchell and Jack; daughter Mildred Ostrow, sister, Rebecca Brill. Services were held at Beach Memorial Chapel. Interment was In Mt. N,bo Cemetery. HYMAN SEDLIK K, nf 101 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, retired restaurant owner who came here eight years ago from New York, died May 11. He is survived by his wife, Mi illy, two sons, Nathan and Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Itae Sueskind, all of Miami, a brother, a sister and seven grandchildren. Services were held at Gordon's Miami Beach Chapel with burial at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. MILDRED J. SILVER 41, of 4 Antilla ave.. Coral Uahles. died May 11. Services were held in the Miami Chapel of Gordon Funeral Home. She had lived here for the past two years and was formerly of Akron, Ohio. She leaves her husband. Charles; a daughter. Mrs. Zelma Cress, of Coral Gables, and one grandchild. WILLIAM QOTTESMAN It, of 95 Bay dr., a retired tailor who came here nine years ago from New York, died May IZ. Survivors include his wife, Reva. a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ferrv, both of Miami Beach, a brother and a grandchild. Services were held in Gordon's Miami Beach Chapel with burial at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. SAMUEL BELOV %  •, prominent violinist, vlollst and conductor, died May 17 while vis it mt relatives In Rochester. N.Y. He med at 4744 SW Second st. A native of Russia, Mr. Belov moved here in 14 after retlrln as conductor of the Kastman School of Music orchestra at Rochester after 29 years there v.itn his brother. Joel, another violinist and vlollst who was a member of the Lniverslty of Miami music frailty. Mr. Belov came to this country in the rrrst decade of the century, since nis retirement five years ago he had oeen giving private l essons here. MRS. VALENTINE ESKENAZI 4. died Monday at her home 4100 t o Una ave, Miami Beach. She BBIW from New York City seven years a,o surviving are her mother, M^J* !" Kakenail. and a sister Mrs. !" "'.-' Carlton. Services an, burial wll be in Hew York, with Beach Memoiiai Chapel in char ge local ly. CANTOR LOUIS VE H 8 ^ Y Lf.erpie Beth Sholi.m: ^"UKTcffii gregation. conducted th '-^ ,e a "Videly init--, pa. MRS. BESS VIZENTHAL 4S, of :i2i NW 39th ave.. who came from Chicago eight years ago, died May 20. Surviving are her husband, George; her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Uothman, of Miami Beach; two daughters, Mrs, Roehelle Morris, of Kvergreen. Colo., and Mrs. Blossom Tresselt, of New York City; three brothers; a sister, Mrs. Johanna Marcus, of Miami, and one grandchild. Services were held at Gordon Funeral Home. Burial followed al Mt. Nebo Cemetery. SAMUEL LESSER died May 1. Coining here three years ago he made his residence at 884 80th St., Miami Beach. In addition to his sons, he is survived by his Wife, Anna, und four grandchildren. Barvloea were held in the Miami Beuch Chapel "f Gordon Funeral Home with buriul In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. SADIE KALB 73. of .".21 NW 33rd ave., died May 17. She was formerly i.f New York and moved here 11 years ago. She leaves two suns. Henry, of West Orange, N.J., ami Murray, of Los Angeles, and tu daughters, lira Kale Hammel and Miss Frances Kalb, both of Miami. Services were held In the Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel. Burial followed in New York. MRS. MOLLIE COHEN Sfi, of 6822 Almansa ave.. Coral Gables, died May 16. services were held in Akron. Gordon Miami Funeral Home was in charge locally. She leaves her daughter, Mi's. Anne Shaw, of Coral Gables, whom she has been visiting; her husband. Hairy, and a son, Albert, of Youngstown, Ohio. MRS. ROSE QEDULDIO 78, of 1017 Jefferson ave.. Miami Bench, died May 19. A winter resident since 1925, she moved to Miami Beach permanently In 1943 and formerly operated the Cameo Hotel and the Rivervlew Apartment Hotel with her son, HarrySite leaves two other eons, Irving and Abraham; three daughters, Mrs. Stella Goodman, Mrs. Krma Groas and Mra. Ruth Gross; nine grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren, all of New York. Services were held at Riverside Chapel. Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. SARAH SIMON 83. who came here 14 years ago from New York, died Saturday at her home. 5371 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach. Surviving are her husband. Aaron; a win. Robert, of California; a sister. Mrs. Flora Mane, Miami Beach; a brother and a granddaughter, Mrs. William H Lee, with whom she made her home. Services were held In R'ver•ide Memoiiai Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial In New York. NAT E. KATZ 67. of 2716 SW 15th St.. who came here 14 years ago from Brooklyn, died Sunday at home. He was a retired salesman Mr. Kata was a member of Temple Israel, the Klks Lodge and a |fe member of the Jew sh Home for the Aged. Survivors include his wife. Charlotte. Servlcea were held In Gordon's Miami C hapel. MRS. ZAHDA ARNSTEIN 64 of 1255 Lenox ave., died Ma> 13. She lived here eight years, coming from New Ynrk. Surviving are her huaband. Mortimer U. and a son. Albertof Greater Miami, and a brother m New York City. Riverside Miami it.-..'.-h sent the body to Brooklyn for icrvtcea and b urial. MRS. ANNA KRIEOER 71 of n:< StillwaWT dr.. Miami Beach. ,'ii.'.d May 14. Hhe moved here six vea^s K" from New Y..rk < n* Mrs Kileser leaves two daughters Mrs. Ruth Ros-'nbloom and Mrs. Rhoda OelPrvmg," ni^ktvrW;vV.es and imrla. L.ia in New York. Beach Memortal"."-^ wT. in charge of local arrangements. PAGE 3 A JWV Honor Guard Memorial Servire The Jewish War Veterans' Honor Guard of Dade County will hold its annual Memorial Day services on Sunday, May 30, 10:30 a.m at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Hy M. Morris, Past Department Commander of the State of Honda, is chairman of the Memorial Day services, with Sidney Horn as co-chairman. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Department Chaplain, will give the principal address,, with. Jack. Silver, Chaplain of. the Honor Guard, chanting the El Holeh Rachamirri, traditional memorial prayer. The services will conclude with the firing of three volleys by the firing squad, under the direction of Major Kenneth C. Braidman, and the sounding of taps. Color guards of the various Jewish War Veterans Posts in the area will participate with their individual colors. HARRY W. REINER 62-year-old representative of several motion picture companies, advertising man and entertainment promoter, V.";! 1 • Ma y .. 13 He c,,me Miami In .'111 and lived at 6217 SW ,-,7th ave for several years Mr. Ilelner worked In the advertising departments of Loews anil ItKi i pictures. Atomtime He was part owner of a chain of theaters in Long Island, N.Y. He was a member of the Variety Club and a life member of the Munini Lodge of Masons in New Tora City. Survivors Include Ins wif.., Mary, of Miami, and a sister. Sei vices and burial were in New TVk, With RfVerolde Miami Kuril ml Home in charge of local arrangements. NATHAN BLACK 6, or 8969 Froude ave., SurfaMe, a Former councilman of Montloello, l-la died May 14. He leaves Ills wit.-. It..-' becca, a daughter, Mrs. Muriel Goldberg, both nf Burfslde, and thru sister*. Servlcei Were held al Beach Memorial Chapel with burial in Ml. Nebo Cemetei y. JULIUS HANDSELL ,7, of 1SSI SW 22nd tar, resident here six years, died May 14. He moved to Miami from Chicago. He Is survived by his wife. Rose, a son, Bernard, and 8 daughter, Miss Jean Handsell. anil three grandchildren, all of Miami Servlcea were held In Gordon Miami Chapel. Burial followed In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MISS SOPHIE ODLE 74, of 7ii2 1.1th st., Miami Beach, died May II. Services were held in Beach Memorial Chapel. She Is survived by a nephew, Harry Itclkin, of Miami Beach. MRS. HELEN STEUBER :.?. a Itonsevelt Hospital nurse who drowned May It near 3th st. on Miami Beach. Services and burial were held in Perth Amboy. N.J. Beach Memorial Chapel was In charge here. She is survived by a daughter, of Perth Amboy. She had been a winter visitor to this area for many years. MRS. ROSE M. SABEN 44, of X26 34th st Miami Beach, who came here seven years ago from Neu ark, died May 13. She is survived bj her husband, Gustave and two daughters. Irene and Linda, all of Miami Beach, and three brothers. Services were in Riverside Miami Beach Chapel with burial In Star of David Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 23098 P.K: KSTATK OF SAMIKI. .i. ACGl'ST, Deceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NiiTICE Is hereby given that I hate filed my final report and petition for linal Discharge as Administratrix of the ,-staie of SAMT'BL J. AUfJl'RT. dece a aed; and that on the Slat daj of June, iti'.i. win apply to the Honor-. able \\\ %  • Kl.AXTuN. I' ly .hiilne of Dade County, Florida, for apt r of said final report.and for final I-charge as Admlnlatratrlx of the Ksiate of SAM URL .1. AUGUST, deceaaed. This 15th day of Hay, 1854. s/ II11.MA 111 INK. ACGl'ST, Admlnlttra trlx M W I! SILVER Attorney for Admlnlatratrlx \/2S — 6/4-11-II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi'K IS IIKRKIIV CIVKN thlit the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AI'KKKMAN MORTGAGE AGENCY. at 37 N.K. 1st Avenue, Miami. Ha., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEO AI'KKKMAN BABETTE 8. ACKERMAN MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Seyhold Building, Miami, Florida 1/91 — 8/4-ll-lS Featuring i'ft tfteWorld's Most Genuine Kosher BARNET BRODIE Frankfurters' /<^ Salami ^ Bologna



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PAGE 4 A n*i*t,fhr*toM Published avary Friday tine* 1927 by tha Jtwlih Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida Entered at eecond-clasi matter July 4. 1130, at the Peat ^Jfc Wk/7 ficridiian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Sheet Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 guarantee the KaahThe Jewish Floridian don not fuarantf* tarn ruth of thr men haml ow adverllwd Tn It. colum n*. R I I 13 00 One Year • uncM/t.^^TM. MO0 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday, May 28, 1954 Volume 28 Number 22 Iyar 25, 5714 Apologies Are \o Help A mass of apologies by our State Department has not been able to set aside the harm done Israel during the past lew weeks following Assistant Secretary Henry A. Byroade's Dayton, O., and Philadelphia addresses. It is clear that the Arab nations have interpreted Mr. Byroade's remarks as constituting retrenchments in the held of Israel-American relations. The Assistant Secretary, in Istanbul this week, denied that he ever urged the Jewish State to limit its immigration as a means ot allaying Arab fears before "Zionist expansion." For the first time, we note with satisfaction our State Department's ill-advised haste in publishing the controversial addresses and in distributing copies of them to the various mass communications media. For it seem to us that Mr. Byroade is now impaled upon the meaning of his recorded words, and Washington officials know this well. In the light of obvious high-level government embarrassment — embarrassment which elicited red-faced praise for Israel from John Foster Dulles this week, as well as cssurances to Ambassador Abba Eban of continued U.S. friendship toward the Jewish State — we observe with added bitterness the underwriting of arms aid to the Near East. This double-edged diplomacy — words for Israel and guns for the Arabs — will not advance our role in the world as a leader of free peoples and free nations. Excuses also in this area of our government's foreign operations, with the observation that a policy of Communist containment there must mean arms to Iraq and that the possibility of a "second round" is merely a figment of Israel's imagination, hardly alleviates the tense Near Eastern scene. The British, great Arab supporters and Jordan's spiritual father, have been forced to raise their conservative voices American arms aid. in protest against Ffew Trend in Kashral h Food Fair. Inc., opened a Kosher meat mar*et in its Alton rd. store on Wednesday. This move on the part of one of the nation's largest operators of supermarkets, we believe, sets a precedent that continues unequalled in the history of our nation's retail enterprises. We feel the venture will attract the attention end interest of many areas throughout the country, whose leaders will certainly measure the impact of a Kosher meat department in a supermarket on Greater Miami. Principally altruistic motives were the impulse governing the new Food Fair innovation. The organization's officials, for one thing believe that every person who buys Kosher meat should be assured of its Kashruth in the fullest sense of the word. The Alton rd. store will bring that assurance to its patrons, with the integrity of the Food Fair superchain standing behind it. Economically, the venture must also be sound for this step to be taken. It seems to us that this will do much to allay the series of charges and counter-charges that has brought discredit to Kashruth amonq retail stores locally. More important is the fact that Food Fair intends to bring the price of Kosher meat within reasonable range. The market's vast purchasing power can pass on to the Kosher meat buying public approximately the same savings as are now available in the superchain's nonKosher department. Here, again, the new venture should serve as a stimulant to local retail stores which will profit by increased demands for kosher meat. Many residents here have been finding it increasingly difficult to stay up with the inordinate advances in the price of Kosher meat and will now be able to obtain the beef and poultry of their choice at nominal additional cost as a result of this added consumer volume. A general reawakening of interest in ritually prepared meat is bound to take place in Miami as a result. Too many people have been forced in the past to make compromises with their spiritual beliefs in this regard. If that need is as widespread as local opinion has heretofore insisted, then this present Food Fair More is a step in the right direction. THIS IS A PERftCT CAMOUFLAGE FOR US > government; %  < to me that emergency councilmanic elections are quite in ordcr3 Nor could many members of the legal profession comeuj of their stricken colleagues, for few of them were left toi a role by the time dinner was announce! It appeared: to be unimportant and to entertain little fear of similar I the hands of ones friends SATURDAY. 10:30 PX Shapiro discussed briefly the new Israel Bond Development ISMI the sixth anniversary celebration at Westvu-u He didn't kml much for it to be apparent that Mr. Sher is doing a splendid jif bond organization's new chairman in Miami A drive that tat low here for want of leadership seems suddenly to be revitil own fear is that the resurgence of support will not peterNt^ the initial enthusiasm for the Independence Issue in 1951. Rabbi Shapiro raised many pertinent questions — ansjj that of aliyah. Ardent Israeli Zionists still ..uticipate the vira migration of American Jewry to the new republic. Joseph Sp discussed this with the spiritual leader during his trip to Israeli years ago. Rabbi Shapiro fortuitously offered two versions of kH The first was that he had told Mr. Sprinzak the time wasnotr for such a venture. American Jewry, he said, was othertwl here in guaranteeing Israel's future economically and P" 1 ^ second reply vaguely suggested that the turn would never be such aliyah so long as this nation remained free and deniotr*. Zionism would establish a clear cut principle in that regard; to mc that much harm is being done us because of our inaM lectual dishonesty in the matter of aliyah We have, byi fallen before the belief that life in Israel and abandons** %  ship elsewhere is the logical conclusion for all Jews andtM 1 less represents anti-Zionist sentiment SATURDAY. 11:00 PM. Knocked at the door of Sy I home. He has become a hydroponic farmer in San Juan ~3 is now a Puerto Rican. Mr. Robins and I were to meettntrw view Country Club affair. He had arrived the day brf0 "*23 return to his development in the Caribbean the following swapparently crossed signals SATURDAY, 11:30 r* Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, intimidation, alternatives tor democracy and Communism with Mr. Sam Gyson ovw %  asked Mr Robins to come to the radio station if he "W-| listening anywhere. Our talk was not agreeable because mj agreed so wholeheartedly. For a mement. we sot on to wj nificant — Thomas Mann. At 12:30 am Mr Robins am j SUNDAY, 1:00 AM. We retired to a cafe to wait f orl ^ of Mr. Gyson S broadcast. We discussed hydroponic i j killers. Mr. Robins' suit soon coming up in the Puertoin ^ Court and the need to compromise in our age of no V >,J volved about Herman Shumlin. Ullian Hellman and wrm ^ dent Henry Agar Wallace. The latter. Mr. obl !" *zLn cuss politics these days. His disenchantment in 1948 en ^ liberals when, at a national convention, his J"""^* "chanties" accompanied by himself on the *'" !ar ^t proved of "folksy" politics and suspect it "'"'"", P |,to,Ma Socrates' philosopher king, as reported by his ""* %  driV n! alternative and emphasizes the fact that P" ll,,c !. j 0 fwbd*J from all negative connotation and be set on a l 0011 8 ^ ^ (Another "folksy" fellow, Acting Gov Juh "ll aign in8 *i to learn that intelligence is a better weapon l T rY in y other' grammar or the rolled Hip sleeve in song or inoeeu manifestation of ignorance.) —Hta**! Mr. Wallace, Mr. Robins observed. aPP' ren ly .^ its *i by now and much prefers the company of nis i soae ^ t The former Vice President's prize strawberries our conversation SUNDAY. 2:30 AM. Sat in Harvies never their patrons >nvernation ... dirker ro* 3 JNDAY. 2:30 AJA, Sat in Harvies' snd %  ^iM seen. Why do leMinjes" obscure thcnv*i> ^ *a> >atrons from themselves. Mr. Gy*>n. "'"^ed t*Z reshaped the world, both East and West• /* n \ ,,**** between man and man. restated all the doctrines oi .f** en L* ed their enemies — foreign snd dsis st k. t '?' M>> tf Eden, Laniel and Dalles were all sent f* k n '„ ^ ly frtster competence gUNBAV; AJs. To



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%  l^H ^—i— IY 28, 1954 la Head ilaloff has been nam|t ot Zamora Jewish Went election held by [the Coral Gables conL founders of Zamora P r, Maloff was also its ===== = ^J^Mflo£*#v7 PAGE 5 A \braham Mo/off bent. He is general manic I Fair and Carls MarIhain here. Maloff anj will call a meeting of |gati<>n to map plans for or the ensuing year. Rice president was Nadnw other officers infilliam Ix>cke, recording [Mrs. Nathan Goldy, fiiretary; William Lauritz, I Morris Moskowitz, corsecretary; and Bernini ;M. parliamentarian. Cmlii i of the Board of %  ncludi 1 Ben Z. Friedman, hard! ( hesman, Ben Shulrincr. Dr. Norman Angel Lieberman. lallation-dance will be Center, 44 Zamora ave., iy Order Plans ition May 31 Circle of Hibiscus 'di r ol DeMoli v, will inon May 31 at the ta Hotel. Iheon i>cheduled for in the Bamboo Room, sica! program and games to foiiow the cereroonDO Meyers will install the ofhcerv the Mwdames Ison, president; Dorothy bry. vic president; Dotty Isecon' vice president; lash, core-ponding secreIry Robins, secretary-treasKl Leshner, publicity; and brman, chaplain. Mrs. Jonas to Be Installed Mrs. Fred Jonas will be installed president of the North Shore Sisterhood on Wednesday. June 2, 11 a.m., in the Martinique Hotel. Serving with Mrs. Jonas will be vice presidents, Mrs. Sol Cohen, Mrs. Allen Acker, Mrs Herman Stern and Mrs. Samuel Oguz; recording secretary, Mrs. Lee Surloff; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Briskman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. B. Eisenberg; financial secretary! Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn; social secretary, Mrs. Harry Jawitz: chaplain. Mrs. Rita Epstein; parliamentarian, Mrs. R. I. Simon; historian, Mrs. Harry Loeb. Trustees are the Mesdames Mel vin Altman, Jack Klingcr and Louis Cohen. Board members are the Mesdames Sam Belsky, Robert Bloch, David Brown, Dora Berger. Rose Cashvan, Ben Fabric, Ezra Feingold, Joseph Feldman, Nate Clickman, William Click, Harvey Good' man. Itae Jay, S. M. Kane, Milton Kirshberg. The Mesdames Lillian Korson, Sam Klein, Jack Pritt. Charles Raab, Abe Rosenthal. Jack Roscnthal, Sam Rosenthal. Eugene Schwarz, Abe Selicoff. Sam Sklar, Frieda Solomon, Irving Solomon, Jules Slansky, Nat Stein, Herman N. Stern, Dan Wagner and Sol Weiss. Honorary Board members are Mrs. Meyer Abramowitz, Mrs. Edward Klein and Mrs. Laura Lynns Chairman of installation is Mrs. Herman N. Stern. Others are ticket chairman, Mrs. Edward Klein: program chairman, Mrs. Nettle Oguz; and decorations, Mrs. Jack Pritt. Entertainment Planned At Jewish Home of Aged An afternoon 01 entertainment is beging planned for residents of the Jewish Home tor the Aged at Douglas Gardens. Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, extension worker for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, has announced that on Sunday afternoon, May 30, the Van and Arrvola Dancing School, 2910 SW South River dr., will present a'variety show Mrs. Arrvola Van Deusen, director and producer of the show, has been general chairman of the Iham Ladies Clubs annual Grandmothers' Follies since its inception two years ago. Second half oi the program will feature Cantor Nathan Zeichnei, ol Beth El Congregation. He will present a program of religious music and folk songs. This is Cantor Zeichner's first year in Miami. Formerly, he was affiliated with Congregation Beth E! in Astoria, Long Island, and The Gates of Prayer in Brooklyn, New York. Hy Freed will be accompanist tor the afternoon. [Francis Featured in 'Theater;' Suits Her Particular Talents per," Somerset Maugham's stage hit, continues to up to the same high | of the two previous plays 1 by Sain Hirsch at the Bilt%  yhouse. |ng Kay Francis, who was one of Hollywood's most box (.ffice attractions, |r" is the story of a famous |who is faced with the probmaintaining harmony be' stage and domestic %  Francis, who has been tour"Theater" for the past 25 [Plays the featured role of ambert The part is ideally [and expertly handled by irancis. who has a particular f high comedy, fcrkmanlike job is also turned JDcnnis Allen, who plays opP'ss Francis and also directs Allen, a popular Broader, recently directed Jean I m candlelight" and Law["bbett i n 'Rain." Behney. who starred all f at the Coconut Grove Playand is perhaps best remem I wr his outstanding role of P Roberts,' is also featured. f featured in "Theater" inrry McGuirt, Charlotte .ivy Thayer, Pat Bromberg Pritcher. Mlu t*t %  %  "* Hirsch announced that each new play is breaking attendance set by the previous plays and P ansto run all summer at the Biltmoie. •Theatre" will run through Jjne 6. nightly, except Monde's, with natiaees on Saturday and Sundays. Mrs. Fred Jonas Dr. Kugel Named President Elect of Florida Association Miami's increasing importance in the state was reemphasized hero with the election of Dr. Victor H. Kugel as president-elect of the Florida Heart Association. A Dade County resident received this honor for the first time. In accepting the post, Dr. Kugel pledged "increasing efforts by the Florida Heart Association, state chapter of the American Heart Association, to intensify the statewide fight against heart disease through greater research, increased profes| sional and lay education and added community services." Dr. Kugel, who is chief of cardiology at Mount Sinai Hospital and consultant in cardiology to the Veterans Admini.-tration, has practiced on Miami Beach since his release from the United States Army in 1946. He was formerly president of the Heart Association of Greatn MOU si aq ipiq.vv jo •tuiniw JO director. Dr. Victor H. Kugel refrigerators have SERVEL ALONE makes your ice "cubes" without using trays — and puts 'em in a basket -AUTOMATICALLY! Why not start enjoying a new Servel in your kitchen now! Enjoy completely carefree automatic defrost — the large, separate freezer compartment-door shelves-every deluxe feature plus the great convenience of NO MESSY ICE TRAYS! Now, at last, you can own the most modern, the most beautiful, the only fully automatic refrigerator made — the sensational new 1954 Servel! See it now! Trade in your old refriger-. ator on the amazing new 1954 Servel! 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PAGE 6 A + t*~,i^nc*kHan Levenc, Marcus Troth Hcvealcd The engagement of their daughter, Robin, was announced by Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Levene. former Miamians and now residing in Tampa, at a cocktail party honoring her 21st birthday. The bride-elect's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieberman. reside at 2810 SW 25th st. Miss Levene graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilin Phi sorority. Her fiance is Howard B Marcus. Portland. Ore. He attended the Uni versity of Oregon, where he was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, before entering the Air Force. Since 1951. he has been stationed at MacDill Field. Tampa. The couple plan to be married on July 11. Mils Let Kaliman Mill •okir. [fvene Miss Katzman to Marry on June (> Mi-s Lee Katzman. Miami Beach. and Milton (). jMOtoOO, Birmingham. Ala., are planning their wedding tor June 6. IliU Kjt/man. who lives at 1662 West ave is a former resident of Albany, NV. whir.' -he attended school. She received the BBA de, Kr from the University of Miami. Her hance is the son of Mr. and Mrv Looia Jacobson. Birmingham. Hi i I graduate of Harvard ColI lege and Harvard Law School. DurUorld War II. he served as a captain in the Adjutant General's department. The couple will make their home in Birmingham after a honeymoon spent in Europe. Personally Speaking Dr. Jo Maxwell, son of Mrs. Bertha Maxwell. Miami Shores, will be home for several weeks of vacation following graduation on June 4 Mr> Maxwell leaves for the exercises on June 1. and will return here with her son by car. While in Miami. Dr. Maxwell will visit with his cousins. Cantor and Mrs. Philip Brummer. and their children. Regina and David. i SILVER PLATING A REPAIRING a iii... ,., ... CNIOMf HICKU COPPffl rOUSHIHG mnmntmc MCC Better than New GIBBS BROS 757 N.W. 62nd St. Work Guaranteed PLATING Phone 89 8504 Sheila Broun Has New 1 Ring Sheila Joy Broun and Jack E. Mamr met St Valentines Day at the Delano Hotel, where he was vacationing with his parents. Now Sheila Joy is wearing a diamond, and they're planning a September wedding. Sheila Joy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maurice B Broun. 800 Lenox ave., Miami Beach. She is a native Miamian, attended Miami Beach Senior High School, the University of Miami and the University of Florida. The groom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maror, of Lafayette. Ind. He graduated from the University of Indiana and is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was in the Army during World War II. Mr. Harry Sirkin to Be Married Sunday The wedding of Mrs. Esther Grossman, ML Vernon, N.Y.. to Mr. Harry Sirkin, prominent Miami Beach resident, will be solemnized on Sunday evening, 5 p.m.. in Mr Sirkin's new home, 441 East Rivo Alto dr. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Enunu-FI, will officiate at the ceremony before Immediate members of the family. Mr. Sirkin has been a resident here for the past 20 years and is active in numerous civic, philanthropic and religious endeavors. He is honorary life president of Temple Emanu-EI. Adult Adult Soc7a I 0Wn *th.S *? %  ^i To Mar7$h wtebrah-Shw "g on Thursdn Knesseth lsr*| '< The former Roslyn Lois Freedraon is now Mrs. Stanley Marks. The couple were married in New York on May 20. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ceil Freedman. Miami Beach. Mr. Marks is the son of Mrs. S. Marks. New York. The couple will live in New York. Reaeh High Teacher Honored at Party Parents and students of Miami Beach Junior-Senior High School gave a farewell party for Mrs. Florence B. Greenberg, faculty member. Mrs. Greenberg is translerrin? to a new school in West Miami at the end of this term. Gathering was at the Blackstone Hotel on Friday. Acting as hostess were the Mesdames Martin M. Goldwyn. Max Schoer.feld. Irma Podvin, Jerome Gluck, Sylvia Newman, Alvin Maurer, David Gerritt and Bobby Levine. tV •& %  54 Days ail.p,i^j Touriat i Cabin F' r t Clan ^rooTf,] the easy i Service for lirati Seal 'or HO. |ij, is jya Parcel Certiticatet I of lever, kotfter 138.50. ready tor %  • NOW UP T FOOO FOR YOU* I Georgel TRAVB! MIAMI 903 Clm** || Tkffetsf! NEW YORK I HOTEL G0VE*NvtH ON STAGE -|AM HIRSCH PRESENTS I* I KAY FRANCIS IN SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S COMEDY "THiATUt" wfta m m tmmtmmf Cast l Upptimi Mtftn NIWITIY IXCIPT MOMOAT THUU JUNf 4 CWTiiMn] US • US 2.50 $ %  1. ft Sea. 2:30 All Seat* SIM, I MX Of FKl Of IK 10 a.ae. 10 Plenty al Frta •arkioi Set. NHa Oary-SUS • 2.50 • 3.50, tt ad, BIITM0RE PLAYHOUSE 151 MX 40th ST. STTWIIN lit t 2ae1 AVL"*" H/E/H/H/E tNROll NOW 11 WONDERLAND" SUMMER DAY CAMP June 7th to S e p t om h w 7th 2 12 Yt AfS OtO RATES MONTH OF ATTENDANCE 1st 2nd 3rd BY THE WEEK FULL DAY BY THE WEEK HALF DAY S65.00 riOOO 50 00 17.50 5.00 Swimming ( *J*WWB D I Located at rOOl ( 1335 s.w. 67th AVE. Qualified Instructors Swimming Taught DIRECTOR FRANCES ELMAN Transportation Available p n 67-3978 if mi ywr vocation is MM %  PM lids* Moaataiai TsW H<*r


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28. 1954 "JewUtfin-irl^un District >me; Charter Presentation Zionist District wiU le home" to its presLelchuk, who has rom Israel, on SunNorth Shore Jewmentation for the [Zionist District will This will be the It the Zionist Organerica in South Flor. to Gilbert Rappafof the Florida ZOA oad. Mayor of Bay is and former presijiami Beach Zionist welcome Lelchuk, 6C uss "Trends and I." The Nelson Fam„ Nelson, concert piger. Mrs. Sarah Brain, voice teacher andi Judge Theodore Nel-J Israel and Yiddish rider the musical proel Sakrais, president er Miami Chapter of ]1 bring greetings on Women's Zionist Or/red Jonas, president li Beach-Israel Zionist gest district in the outheast Region, will I charter. Uso regional memberfcn and is a vice presiSoulheastern Region icipating in the program will be Seymour B. Liebman, chairman of the South Florida ZOA Coordinating Board and a member of the National Administrative Committee; Daniel Cravitt, president of the Coral Gables Zionist District; Irving Saal, president of the Miami Zionist District; Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, president of the Broward County Zionist District; Jerry Miller, president of Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionists; Mickie Doych, president of the Miami Young Zionists; Dr. J. Feldman, president of the West Palm Beach Zionist District; and Max Weiss, president of the Daytona Beach Zionist District. Splash Party Planned For Membership Drive An evening of fun and entertain-! ment is planned for members of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish War Veteran Post 681 and its Auxiliary. & M %  %  § %  %  H S BJH Estelle Fenias Passes Mrs. Estelle Fenias, 46, formerly of 4170 Nautilus dr, passed away on Wednesday, May 26, at a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. Carol Michaelson, of Boston, and Jill Sue, of Miami Beach; her father, Isidore Fischer, of Miami Beach; two brothers, Dr. Leon Fisher, of Huntington, L.I., and Dr. Michael Fischer, of Bay Harbor. Mrs. Fenias was a board member of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, Council of Jewish Women, Director of Bayshore Golf Club and was active in the Jewish Federation. Mrs. Fenias was a resident of Miami for eighteen years. Services were held on Thursday, May 27, at Temple Beth Sholom, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery with arrangement in charge of Beach Memorial Chapel. PAGE 7 A Letters To The Editor i'uuiu by Ardmore Steven Allen Coffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coffey, 109 1st ter., San Marino Island, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 29, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School, Steven attends the Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. Editor, The Jewish Floridian: In Leo Mindlin's column of May 7th issue of the Floridian, the Zionist Council of South Florida is sharply criticized for its inability "to make a move spiritually or otherwise," and specifically for its reliance upon the American Christians for Palestine Committee. While there is some justification to the charge against the Zionist Council, I believe that a gross injustice was done to the ACPC. The ACPC has played a unique and important role in Zionist public relations in our Christian community. The fact that some of its leaders are paid for their services does not minimize the benefits accrued to the Zionist cause in America. Regarding the Zionist Council, however, Mr. Mindlin is not altogether wrong. The Council's main purpose should be the coordination of Zionist activities in the area. Regrettably, we have seen little coordination in the past. The fact, for example, that there was no spirited, Zionist led celebration of Israel's independence on a citywide scale, indicates poor planning. The Council should furthermore set the general pattern for Zionist thought and action in the area. Little, if any, is done by the Council along these lines. It appears that Zionist leadership in our community, has capitulated to'the State of Israel Bond Office and CJA drive for guidance and action. This indicates a serious and erroneous approach to traditional Zionist ideology. While Bond promotion is important to Zionists, Zionism does not stop there. Zionism, historically, is an ideology encompassing three major spheres of interest: 1) Financial and political assistance to Israel; 2) Sponsoring Aliyah in its ranks; and 3) sharing in and enriching Hebraic culture. The Zionist Council of South Florida would do well to re-think these values and not to permit the dynamic ideology of Zionism to lie dormant in this community. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz THIS OFFER CLOSING SOON! Serard, of Miami Iwas chosen by her Ds a contestant in the [ide Palmolive Soap | girl beauty contest. Itest, sponsored by the ompany, will select r^tiest schoolgirl from bts submitted. Miss [was recently chosen ponal College Queen and attends the Uni| of Miami, where she unalism major. DPhieE Mothers ,To End Season Mother's Club of Delta Phi Ep' silon sorority will hold its final affair of the year on Sunday, May I 30, at 6:30 p.m. This will be a dinner party at the %  home of Mrs. Harry Margol, 621 86th st., Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving Stein, president of the group, was recently reelected for next year. For their special projects this year, the mothers have supported several local charities, and at the sorority's national convention in Philadelphia they were awarded the Mother's Club certificate for outstanding service. North Beach Rabbi Resigns Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Mcnticello Park was this week added to the list of Rabbis who have relinquished their pulpits here. Rabbi Rack ovsky served in the North Miami Beach synagogue for one season The Bar Mitzvah of Charles Kenneth Levitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levitt, 1528 Drexel awe., will take place on Saturday, May 29, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is a seventh grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. 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JewishJEIondKon FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1954 SEC. B •ael's Defense Based on Bible Strategy, Yadin Says jORK—The Israel Defense 1948 was pitifully outnumnd outgunned, but it won and often brilliant victor,,• i! had a powerful, "se|p„n." General'Yigal Yadin, former Chief of Staff, 'last week fallowing his arK to take part in the Unitirish Appeal's nationwide En. ral Yadin held up the "wea-j his hands—a copy of the a ,„] ,.,id that it was the Books that not only inspirsrael Defense Army to ashp (eats in heroism but actugested to the infant Army battle and lines of attack, commanders, he said, read to their men on the eve le. and the General Staff refto the Bible for clues as to Le battles of antiquity were minted out that in World General Montgomery often te Bible piior to undertaking (military drives, but had to t himself with strained paral the case of the North Afrinpaign an< Normandy, while rael General Staff could apBible text directly to their ind. eral Yadin explained that in tie for the Biblical Valley of now known as Latrun, the Comand relerred to the i description of Joshut's cantor this same strategic site. Bible passage records that la amended from Gilgal, he, I the people of war with him. Ill the mighty men of valor, Ihe Lord said unto Joshua, Itheni not: for I have delivIhem into thir.e hand; there pot a man of them stand beIhee. Joshua therefore came Ito them suddenly, and went up from Gilgal all night." j aeologist and Biblical authority. The Generai noted that this passand also as a Professor in this field age, as interpreted by the High a| the Hebrew University. Command, indicated that enemy 1 He recalls in this connection that forces in the Valley of Ajalon, or ne remembered the Roman OccupaLatrun, might possibly be holding tion Map from his youthful studies a position thai could be turned into at his father's side. a trap, "for I have delivered them into thine hand" and that the best way to spring this trap would be to take them by surprise in a concerted and unrelenting attack, (as when Joshua "came up unto them suddenly, and went up from Gilgal all night.") The tall, youthlul, strikinglyhandsome General served during the War of Independence as Chief of Military Operations under Commander-in-Chief Yaacov Dori, and assumed personal tield command in the fateful campaign for the Negev. He credited a reconstructed map .>f the Roman Occupation with a disclosure that helped the Israel Army drive the Egyptians from the southern desert. The Roman map, he said, revealed that in ancient times there had been a great road bisecting the Ne The General's knowledge of Bible history, of Israel's ancient terrain and of the great military campaigns of antiquity, served not Only to help repel the Arab invasion -f 1948. but served him well in the 1930's when, as a junior officer in the Haganah, he fought against Arab guerillas seeking the destruction of Palestine's Jewish settlements. General Yadin, accompanied by his wife, Carmela. is making his first visit to the I'nited States. General Yigal Yadin Rabbi Shapiro to be Feted gev In length. If the road could be' sw 3rd ave., on Sunday evening, found, he noted, Israeli troops ; May 30, 8 p.m. Congregation and Sisterhood of' a spiritual and communal leader Beth David Synagogue will give a j here. Carl Weinkle, honorary presitestimonial affair in honor of Rabdent of the Greater Miami Jewish bi Max Shapiro at Beth David. 2625 Federation, will discuss the Rabbi and his leadership in the Jewish could be put in a position to outmaneuver the Egyptian Army. The evidence of the road's existence was so great that he personally or dered his scouts to search out its probable course. The ancient highway was found, and served as a pathway to a decisive victory. General Yadin's great faith in, and familiarity with, the Bible is a companionship that was formed Rabbi Shapiro resigned from his pulpit some three weeks ago after 23 years of service. Harry Gordon, president, will introduce Louis Bandel, who will act as toastmaster. Dr. Cecil A. Denney, president of the Greater Miami Ministerial As sociation. will represent the local clergy. Representing the Negro community will be Rev. Edward Graham. Speaking in behalf of the long" before it'was dictated by miliRabbinical Association will be Dr. tary necessity. A son of the late and | Jacob I:. Kaplan, dean of Florida renowned Professor E. L. Sukenik, one of the great pioneers in Israeli archaeology and Biblical research, the General today wears his father's mantle as both a leading archRabbis and Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, of the University of Miami, is scheduled to discuss Rabbi Shapiro's role as community. Jerome Gordon will represent the staff and faculty of Beth David Synagogue, with Mrs. Harry Oliphant, past president and advisor of Beth David Sisterhood, speaking in behalf of the women's organization. Bruce Fetter will pay a tribute to Rabbi Shapiro, speaking for the student body. Also speaking will be Louis Heiman in behalf Of the-congregation. and Jacob Sher. expressing the admiration of the Rabbi's friends. Service Bureau. He was a me nber of the faculty of the University of Miami as an instructor in ttlstorv from 1936 to 1940. During the war, he served as Jewish representative with priests and ministers in visiting the mi.itary camps to present orientati >rt courses. For many years he represented the Jewish community with priests and ministers over radio station WIOD on the Round Table discussions sponsored by the Conference of Christians and Jews. He served as chairman of the Budget Committee of Federathr. and was active in the Community Chest organization. He is a pa-t president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. He is a member of the Dade County RecOn the committee arranging the : national Planning Board, Execaffair are Bandel, Heiman, Stanley j tj ve Committee of Conference of C. Myers and Jerome Weinkle. I Christians and Jews and Jewish Friends of Rabbi Shapiro, in ad-1 representative on the Third Army dition to members of Beth David j Advisory Committee. Synagogue, are invited to attend. i n 1934, Rabbi Shapiro married Under Rabbi Shapiro's leader-1 Miss Rose Beck, of Toledo, O. Thiy mf *<$£• **$$?*• ***" **• &*^£^'Z**>£*1* *+' 4*2* ***' t* $** &J5& v k"r ship. Beth David Synagogue outgrew its physical quarters at 135 N\Y 3rd ave.. a downtown landmark now occupied by the Bureau of Jewish Education, and erected a new structure at SW 26th rd. and Coral Way. Rabbi Shapiro served as president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, now known as the Jewish Social have two children, Miss Reva Shapiro, a student of the Brande.. University, and Moshe Shapiro, a junior at Miami Senior Hub School. His parents are Rabbi a: I Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro who live on Collins ave., Miami Beach. K> father is supervisor at Mount Sinai Hospital. [embers of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Se !" cem fJ^ Biennial Convention in Cleverly, gleefully point to a cablegram received from the j ceme n's Club and Center N notifying them that JWB has decided to keep the JWB s ae re i igioU s center for fc Heidelberg open for the balance of 1954. Tne only re ea, !" e m ,£e JWB club was "•neon Jewish GIs and their iamilies in the American zone ot o jr^ ^ ^ nQS t*.i.t! ave ** en cloBed April 30 ^ cau8e ol lack incurring a deficit of $25,000. • Miami MS Campaign Officially Opened on Beach The 1954 MS campaign of the Dade County Chapter was officially launched here with a luncheon Saturday held at the Saxony Hotel. Some 250 people attended. The campaign seeks to raise $25.000 as the Dade County Chapter's share of the nationally announced goal of $1,500,000,000 to implement a program of research clinics, and rehabilitation for some quarter of a million victims of multiple sclerosis. Chairman of the drive is Councilman Harold Turk, of Miami Beach, who spoke on the acute need of a local treatment and rehabilitation clinic to service patients in the area. "This is only one aspect of a service program we will implement upon reaching our goal," he stated. Another guest speaker, Dr. Bernard Ross, stated: "This year, we have full expectations that the American people will respond generously to our appeal. Multiple sclerosis, a chrome disease of young adults, is a social, economic, and public health problem which deprives our nation of the talent and energies of ihose incaoaciti ted from the disease." •abbi Max Shapiro Rebekah Lodge to Hold Party, Regular Meeting Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9 will sponsor a luncheon and games party on Saturday. May 29, 1 p r... at 129 Washington ave. Hostesses will be Bertha Dernis. Sonia Roseman. Rose Yatachie and Jennie Heitner. The lodge will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 1, 8 p.m., at the Lyceum Hall, 25 Washington ave.



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PXCE2B B'nai B'rith Youth Plan Convention at Beach Hotel May 29 Empress Hotel. Miairi Beach, will be headquarters for the Di.>trict 5 B'nai P'rith Young Men and Voung Women's convention beginning Saturday evening. May 29 through May 31. Proceedings will begin with end of Sabbath services conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the North Shore Jewish Center, followed by registration. An "icebreaker partv" will take place that evening for delegates and guc-tn. the Penthouse Club of the hotel. Following a breakfast Sunday morning, bttfssM and committee meetings will continue throughout the day Jerry Nelson. National BBYM-YW president, will report on national activities aunda> evening. I ranch party will IKheld at Sunset Acres. South Miami A da> of WllWlmn il scheduled for Monday on the national •thretpillar project." which covers aid to Israel, the fight against diaMM %  n-l human relations. Speakers for this program include Rabbi Samuel I.erer. of Temple Beth Shol.>m Hollywood, MrK~ther O'Donnell and Seymour Samet. of the Amen can Jeui-h ( ommiUi i \ banquet in the Regenc) "i the Fn pre-will be held Mi ndii> evening with Dr StanN > J Coltune.local ph>-ician and pries! d< nt .if ihe Miami Beach Junior ( hamber cif Conun hers "f the B nai B'rith Young Adult Council, which in eludethe four local ch., Wdrkin: on arrangementLorraine Kahlenlxr.. District 5 v ice lent iconvention chairman ad guests trnm Wa>h • %  D.C., and Maryland will alan attend *yitmi^fhrkMan FRIDAY \ andofte(tnkra|^ So tempting j n fr^l vegetoblewu,,, J without tevr cajaJ delightful n pkkayoungsten. Vtrua\ 1 flavorful, economic | N; The North Shore Jewish Center Choir will be honored at special services on Friday evening. The choir, which served throughout the year on a volunteer basis, consists of (left to right, bottom row) A. L. Mechlowitz. organizer and choirmaster, and Cantor Edward Klein. Second row are Mrs. Gladys Schaps. Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn. Mrs. A. L. Mechlowitz and Mrs. Louis Jacobs. Third row are Paul Press. Richard Jacobs and Albert Grubslein. Picnic Due Sunday M.-rr.berof Beth Dasid Congregation will nvet at Crandon Pirk Pit No. 1 *4 *•>!• omd t IIVI ky UMI I. M. AUAQ •• or Phono Ma NAT GANS 3-4*li — 4-tSSl LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan Llfo In* Co •07 Blocjyno amo '• W. Flaglar St Tasty salads drenched in tangy, zippy Tasti-Diet Salad Dressing contain up to 76% leu calories. Tillie Lewis TASTI-DIET SALAD DRESSING T\Utl IfW/S TASTI-DIET CMCfS OMSMNO • WHIPrED MESSING Syrupy FrwiH mmd Jw... Oosoorti omd away atSau a* •• lavarih) tfaaa MAMAIIT ANN a.a RWIK CHF.K ST0MS FOOD FAIR CAMS MAIHTS STOMS MIAMI RETAIl GROCERS STOKS TANNil awd % %  THRIFTY STOMS nu n ucs re MARKET SMUi sura STORE STIVMS MARKET Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program rhM KOfraai I. ffc. firtt ~4 km ••roast FlHista, NORMAN H. LYONS. N GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE %  TORE ntOMT — PLATE and WINDOW GUN rnrnttur Tops, Beveled Mirrors and RasuTsriaa Ou i IA 4P. UIHHH and Mirror Worfci] 136 hW. 8th SL PHONE Wa MORRJS ORUN /RVIVG GORHB MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machlei, Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 new electric air conditioners V fit casement windows! NODMIIJ! Airtometk Drawer rSrfKeetreJ! "reMfr OWMTS Here's'** AIM**! Ho BEAUTIFUL NEW ft HP. AND % HP. MODELS designed to At your casement windows perfectly! No window remodeling! No installation extras! This stunning, superbly built air conditioner ran be installed in almost any window quickly and easily! And it's as easy to operate as opening a drawer! No compli-' cated dials! Just slide it to the position you want! Styled to blaskd with any decor, the cabinet k blond, with a mahogany drawer. Drawer pull of rich brass. Mm this beauty today at JACKSON REFRIGERATOR SE t • i.fti i t • • M*j Formtrly at 721 SHi!£gL. AT OOt XV* AM UNO ***** 1510 Alton 6 Mas* NIAR 6*S CO.



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DAY. MAY 28. 1954 itional Council of Jewish Women Install Officers Here June 1, 2 „h Miami and Miami Beach DiL of the (ireater Miami Sec T National Council of Jewish den. have scheduled installaluneheons for the coming k,,. Miami Division will meet on kda'v. June 1. 12:30 p.m.. at the lof the Columbus, when Mrs. Kaplan will be installed as liden 1 for the coming year. OffiI to be installed with Mrs. KapL. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, inling officer, are: vice presil f M,S Sidney Lewis. Mrs. HerjSher and Mrs. Julius Spector; I ecretary, Mrs. Theodore tllpr; corresponding secretary, Alb' n Green; financial secre| Mrs Irving Ratner; treasurer, John Temple; and auditor, [ Elry Stone. „,.-! speaker wiil be Rabbi JoNarot, of Temple Israel. He discuss After 300 Years, L Now?" Mrs. Irving Hirsch is ( %  man "I the Miami meeting.' \e Miami Beach Division will its Installation luncheon on %  1. 12:30 p.m., at the DiLido kL Mrs. Fannie Selig will inI Mr, Jean C. Lehman as presi! [or a second year. Other offion the slate are the Mesdames % ard Grove, Samuel Berlin and tinnd r'einer, vice president; Burk. recording secretary; Iph Gleicher, coi responding sec|rv: Harold Vinson, financial Mary; Carl Lundy, treasurer; Edna Heller, auditor. Irs. David Catsman, program %  rman. has announced that NorBean. of Station WTVJ, will hk on .Mystery from Outer Ice.' |rs. Alexander Rjbbins is chairI of the meeting, with Mrs. SidSchwartz and Mrs. Harry tans taking reservations. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman Senior Judaeans to End Season at Swim-Dance Senior Judaeans of Greater Mi ami will end their club activities with a swim-dance on Sunday. May 30, 7 to 10 p.m.. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, announced Joseph I'ardo, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission. Some 60 teen agers will attend the closing event. In charge of arrangements for the evening will be Mrs. Bertram Miller and Mrs. Beatrice Solloway. Entertainment chairmen are Judy Phillips and Tamar Mamches. Marriage Contract I Revision Drafted IMONTOWN. PA. The 54th annual convention of the Rabbinij cal Assembly of America flammed here oh May 20 after niofc than 1 300 Rabbis from every part of the i U.S. and Canadalbmyed developments in Jewish life here and abroad. Prof. Judah Goldin. CXXhairman of the Steering Committee of the! Joint Law Conference of the Rabbinical Assembly and the Jewish Theological Seminary, reported that the Committee had voted un animouslv t< jvsue an amended form of the traditional Jewish marriage contract, and that this would be available for use at all Jewish marriages before the end of the summer. The new form of the "ketuhah" has been drafted by Dr. Saul Lieberman, Professor of Talmud at the Seminary and Dean of the Rabbinical School. Its language is the traditional Aramaic, but the document is supplied with an English translation. In it, the bride and groom both agree to live in accordance with the Jewish marriage law throughout their lives, and to take no steps looking to disruption of their marriage without consulting Rabbinical authorities for family counselling and for possible restoration of mute4$fy<#w>> PAGE 3 B ual affection. Either the wife or the husband will be entitled to call the other spouse before the Rabbinical Court set up by the Rabbinical Assembly and the Seminary jointly, and empower it to set such terms as it may %  < %  <• til for l;n!ure to obey its summons or its decisions. ''Authorities say that this'new change is the first one to be made in the marriage contract form in Over 1.000 years. Picnic Held Sunday Picnic was held on Sunday, May 16. 12 noon, at Crandon Park, Pit No. 1, according to Mrs. A .ina Seltzer, president of Pioneer Women's Golda Myerson Club. Mrs. Vera Zeltzer. chairman of Moaxt %  Hapoamt, v/as in charge of the affair, with Mrs. Estner Kalman. of Kadimah Chapter, acting as co' chairman. ^fe North Dade Plans Picnic A breakfast for high school students of North Dade Jewish Center will be held on Sunday morning, with J. B. Keys in charge. The Center will have its annual picnic at Bakers' Haulover on Sunday. Pupils of the Sunday and Hebrew schools will participate and meet in the park grounds at 10 a.m. 7 r v— ^ Coffee Shop Mrs. teen Kaplan iesed Shel Emess Meet on Monday Irs Israel Goldoerg, president the Sisterhood Chesed Shel less, announces that a regular fin. ol th organization will be Id on Monday, May 31, at 1:30 Meeting will be held in the home [vice president Mis Rachael Sa >'itz. 1533 SW 3rd st. 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PAGE 4B I3S>AY Brandeis University Plans Unique Chapel on Campus f ie unique chapel area, designed mil WALTHAM. MASS. — Construe that the presence of the chapeltion of a unique interfaith project, would not alter the institution i consisting of separate Catholic. Pro policy of non-denominational activtestants and Jewish chapels, will begin immediately on the campus of Brandeis University, it was sn> nounced this week It will mark the first time on any university campus that such a religious grouping of individual structures has been undertaken. With this chapel concept, the six year-old liberal arts university, only Jewish-founded nonsectanan institution of higher learning in the United States, nuikes a sharp departure from customary chapel practice at denominationally span sored college Traditionally, the chapels ^(instructed at culli ces and univer sities stemming from a religious faith are built as a chapel of that faith Hospitallt) to use the facility is extended to students of other faith, but the chapel remains an edifice in the image ol the host group. "It is our feelir.g that worship is very much a matter "I mood and spiritual climate .mil is nut limito to the words that .ire spoken or the ceremonies performed Protestants who worship in a Catholic Chapel IT .lews whn worship in a i hnstian Chapel, while grateful tor the hospitality, an ne\er really Completel) at home and the r**lig nuis mood that the) seek is never really properl) evoked," Dr. Abram 1. Sachar, Brandeis president, de dared University iffu ials made it deal Itlee. No official chaplain will be named by the university, nor will any chapel services be made compulsory. Instead, it is announced, the three extra-curricular religious groups on campus which cater to the religious needs of the students will be responsible for the use ol each facility Thus the HUM Foundation will assume responsibility for the .lew in Contemporary style by Harrison and Abramovitz. New York archieds, was created to reflect the sim ilanty "l all faiths while respecting their doctrinal differences. All three buildings, while approximated equal in height and size, are different in appearance. The buildings will be placed around .1 pool so that no one building overlooks another, with each one facing the sylvan setting which surrounds the entire area. Kach chapel was designed after ish chapel: the Newman Club for consultation with authorities of Use the Catholic chapel: and the Sin f|||hs mvo ived to insure that propdent Christian Association for the or rolifiiouneeds would be safe Protestant chapel. AH three groups j, U y r d ( ( | have been functioning 00 campu for yean First of the three chapels to be named is the Jewish chapel, which will be desigi ateil the Mendel and 1 eah Rerlin Chapel in memon ol the parents of a distinguished Bos ton surgeon, Df David Berlin Funds for the construction ol this chapel w> re made available b) patients Of I>r Berlin nearly three years ago When the concept of developing three chapels was evolved, Dr Berlin hmiselt was among the first to contribute towards the fund for the Catholic and Prates tant chapels In addition to the three chapel-, provision is made ior a large Mil door area where functions can be held in common with all failhs Such services as Thanksgiving. Baccalaureate or Vesper Services will he held in this area. The interior appointments have i been designed to blend with the contemporary architecture and spiritual mood of the faith utilizing the facility. The pulpit in the li wish chapel is being designed in an eliptical fashion to conform to the sha| f the structure. Non in its sixth acaaemk year. Brandeis University opened its doors in the bill Of 1948 as the first nonsectanan institution of highei learning in the Western Hemisphere to IKfounded by tne American Jewish community. In June of 1952. Brandt iaward ed degree! to its first graduating class Alter the graduation of its second class, having fulfilled the requirements, Brandeis was elected to coveted membership in the New England Association of Colleges and Sceonriarv Schools. The three chapels to be erected on the campus of Brandeis University to provide for the spiritual needs of the school's Catholic. Jewish and Protestant students. Solutions Lie in Research By AL ROSENFELD A lifebelt thrown to a drowning man. but a life-belt containing a deadly booby-trap which explodes when clutched by the man in the water. A ridiculous situation'' Yes. but there is a definite analogy in modern medicine. Drugs have been found and are being found which, though definitely useful in fight ing diseases previously difficult to treat, also contain harmful poisonThe solution, if there is one. often lies in the study of the mys tenes of nutrition. In two small rooms in Jerusalem, cluttered with retorts and rat cages, scientists of the Laboratory of Nutrition of the Hebrew University — Hadassah Medical School are making considerable progress in effort s to solve one such puzzle. The puzzle is of importance to Israel, where amebic infections form a major health problem. A drug known as emetine has great value in the treatment of the prevalent amebic inlection called amefciasis, whith causes diarrhea and e>ipr,| weakness, but emetine has a high toxicity. Because it poses a threat of damage to the patient s heart, it has been used sparingly And so Dr. Karl Guggenheim Lecturer in Nutrition at the Hebrew University —Hadassah Medi | cal School, who established the NuI trition Laboratory in 1941, set out to discover whether diet would | have any effect on this problem | whether a change in the amebiasis sufferer's diet would increase his tolerance to the disease. To find out. he gave a number of laboratory rats the same amount o£ emetine but different types of diets Soon he found that rats which were on normal, well bal anced diets died of the effects 0 f the potent drug in two to three weeks, while rats whose diets were deficient in protein died much earlier. Even the source of protein was found to be a factor The survival tune of the individual rat depended on the type of protein it actually did receive. Thus, proteins in the form of eggs, miik or meat increas ed the animal's tolerance to the drug, while vegetable proteins derived from corn, wheat and peanuts decreased the tolerance. Dr. Guggenheim went a step further. Though it was important to know that animal proteins increased the body's ability to cope with the drug, it was clear that the body needed additional aid in overcoming emetine's toxic effects. Experimenting with a number of sub stances given by mouth. Dr. Guggenheim discovered that some of the new antibiotics as well as afta mm B 12 increased the survival time in rats with protein deficiencies and even more significantly. !w f r de liver ex,racl extended the hfespan of emetine treated ra's which had the best of diets Would crude liver extract en able doctors to give emetine to humans suffering from amebiasis without fear of toxicity' The an swer is not yet definite, since science requires many tests and extremely well-controlled condi tions before it pronounces final Continued on P. 7 B —-^ %  hjfl^s* ^BSSSSJ %  l •i^j^ i • %  i-ew 1 —r mm The Mendel and Leah Berlin Chapel. t 0 be erected L ly at Brandeis University as a tribute to the late Dr. David Berlin, Boston surgeon. Israel Social Security In Effect Since Apt { By NURA LASKY Jewish Telegraphic Agency depend) unexpected calamity as> ploymenl and health national insurance conceived even before'Jsl established and draftajJ soon afterward While the I Independence wai -ulloijj ruary, 1952 tht Knead the bill (or the first tunes %  nlmousl) referred it to I specialized committees f*( study. Then began the era of I ment. and many of the' included in the bill werecfil the committee t" bring taej scheme in line with theij realities "I :he country'sj money shortage. Bui what* ed for the Koesset'i final reading! lad Not was -till far-reaching em Every citizen—Jew or| becomes eligible for in the National ln-urual, on his 18th birthday. Hi wage earner. 3 3 permit ""I an will go to the instmat] twenties of the Hl>l pat Holint 'Workers Sat %  nmitni r> L hoth of which aim at n JfcRl SALEM On April 1. the | Wnrk ,. r „„ hi first phase of Israel s social security bill came into force, when in all the country's hospitals astonished young mothers were presented by the state with 55 pound uibout S30i cheeks as maternity grants in aid Only those qualified who had delivered their babies on or alter midnight of April 1. and from other beds in the wards ol women who had had the "tough luck'' of producing their babies "just a bit too early," followed the ceremonies l h,se grantsin-aid, aimed at making it easier to finance deliveries in hospital, and thus drawing as many pregnant women as possible '" proper delivery rooms rather than giving birth at home, togethei with 12 weeks of paid maternity vacations for working women (78 percent of total wagesi are the first tangible! signs of the new National Insurance Act which was passed by the Knesset last November. Other provisions, including old aee. widows and orphans pensions and Workmen's compensation, will (th( ( mi !llW r c „ n trMt forthe time being change little; the (W(( .,„ .,ndifhe first old age pensions will be paid i p i oyed hl wl n contrit* out in 30 months, while workers i cen( ()( h| lncome Wottm 1 who were injured during work or ( (| ||V 1) ll k n j n>U r, contracted occupational diseases jncli ; ( i rv n ,. a rh all but had hitherto been insured with wor k ers _pay an addiuss" private firms. In the latter case. |() |V( perc ;, n t. depend* the law simply means something' dan g,. rs to which tbey are" like nationalization of the existing Workmen's Compensation provi sions, with slight changes, though. But once the first phase of the "cradle to grave" insurance system gets under way. many hardships will be alleviated. Old folks above the age of 65 (in the case of women, 60) who have paid their modest contributions for at least five years (at the beginning, three years for certain age groups) will receive monthly allowances for themselves and their dependents which, according to the present cost of living index would amount to nearly 50 pounds for two persons. That is not quite enough to live on even modestly, but it is a handsome c o n t ribution which should considerably ease the plight j of thousands of oldsters who now have nothing. Workers accidentally injured i while at work will, under the new law, receive up to.six months' med-1 ical care, therapy and rehabilitation at the state's expense, plus a daily allowance In case of tola disability, they will get handsome pensions for the rest of their liveWidows of totally disabled workers „_„ —r-will receive a certain percentage i Burnett Roth hta ^ of their husbands' pensions, plus c j, a innan ~f^ generous allowances for their chil i nirrtars 0< the Mi*" dren. | f Zionist D*"* Israelis have always been "soda! i }" rael ^ a nT' security conscious." Proof of this is Jonas s ^^> t the establishment in the early I the organi* nw The Treasury pays ct for those undergoiBf training The state also< toward the Fund: 10 1 total revenue from oldWl sions. and 45 percent m BitJ insurance. On the b* Continued en P* I



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ongregation on Beach Will Unite m, Psychology; Form Boys' School and unusual Jewish ^J&lsMhrHl^r PAGE'SB hue dii>* *-..—-•—-Eon came into being a lew of and [when the Hon. Judge Pat [affixed his signiature to 5irth certificate" femP le t.. I by the teaching K of Rabbi Abraham M. [group of local prominent L united to create a type Wuc where "Judaism and [psychology are blended iTemple. to be built on one tost beautiful estates in Mih, will be dedicated to ,, seek a better and more understanding of Juda[way of life, according to Wing group. Its teaching focused on the individual If guidance and training to be as an American Jew." ~ assel. who is also a prac|tbologist, with offices in |evelt Building, and who is f advisor to the organ izForah Temple, said: "The men. women and children generation have been lost fowd The synagogue in has losl touch with the 1 Jew m need of its spiritpi,„, much of the mass prohai found its way into our Jtions. Torah Temple will | the individual whether he lives in this so-called playground. I've seen too faith lose their faith io one cared Torah TemPeach Judaism through the logical approach as one and happy way of for the entire family, remple will first and forelabli-h the most unusual tool, in the country." Oxh< I a resident school, is in the process of being erected at 1204 West ave.. on Biscayne Bay. will offer the boy a fine home away from home and every facility for his physical and mental development. The uniqueness of Oxford School will be its complete program of secular education plus Us optional program oi religious education. A student may choose cither the minimum or the maximum in the world of Jewish culture or no religious education at all. The basic Jewish customs and ceremonies will be part and parcel of the stu dent's life at Oxford. Sabbath, die tery laws, holidays and major celebrations will be required of all. Enrollment has already begun. and Torah Temple's Oxford School anticipates a waiting list of hoys even before its opening school year in September. A. Herbert Mathes is architect for the school, and the interiors are being designed and executed by Jack Cameron of Miami. Marion E. Sibley, of Sibley and Davis. 605 Lincoln rd., is legal advisor and counselor of Torah Temple and its affiliated groups. Rabbi Abraham Cassef Mark bniversary at Shore Service Indo-China is Subject Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B rith, will be held on Tuesday, June 1. 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Gershon S. Miller, president, announced. Guest spe-fker. Professor of History at the University of Mi ami. W. B. Hunson. will talk on the Indo-i mna situation. New Summer Camp Revealed by GMJCC An exciting program is in store for boys and girls of junior high school age this summer at the Town and Beach Branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. These young people, from 12 to 14 years of age, who are too old for day camp and too young for employment or other summer plans, will now find others of their own age in a well-organized Center activity known as "Senior Afternoon Camp." Enrollment is now being taken for this program, which will feature such activities as outings, "vimrning. snorts and socials on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Physical education supervisors. "Rocky" Rochstein at the Town Branch and "Kip" Kipnis at the Beach Branch, will be in charge of their respective programs. Society Meets Friday Regular meeting of the Dynamic Psychological Si.ciety of Greater Miami will be held Friday evening, 8 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirsch, 3110 SW 21st st. Mrs/ A. Goodman will give a short talk on tact. Mrs. V. Gelb will also lecture on child guidance. Gables Center to Continue > Classes Through Summer Announcement was made this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish Center that special classes.will be held for the first time this year throughout the summer months from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, including a recess play period of Hebrew games and stories. Hebrew educators on the staff will include Dr. Joseph Hurwitz, Mr. Irving Shalom and Mrs. Ethel Saft. Classes in beginners, advanced and Bar-Bas Mitzvah training will be given students either anxious to make up class work or to prepare for further study and the completion of requirements of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Registration will be held at the Center Office up to June 15, Rabbi. Skop said. No child beyond the age of 11 will be admitted to the Coral Gables Jewish Center Hebrew School without prior Hebrew studies or the ability to meet the entrance requirements for Bar or Bas Mitzvah. AH students who have been Bar or Bas Mitzvah enter the Confirmation Class for high school study. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Aoniversary of the Inde1 di the State of Israel was pd (luring late Friday services ot th North Shore | here with Councilrnett Roth delivering the Un in Hie subject "ReI rai recentu organized North I District sponsored %  I Sal Hi celebrated at I I i rogram followed I n the Center social I icussion group, led prominent Zionists, who quest ions regarding < oi brael. The Zionist prop, Young Judaea, ofraeli songs and dances as 1 rtainment. RefreshN served at an Oneg Murday morning. May 8, •tailed at 8:45 a.m., at lime were celebrated the jrvoth of Harold Doan, son and Mrs Louis Doan, and [Richman. son of Mr. and wrt Kichman. i Mayer Abramowitz, spiritPer of the Center, addressconfirmands on the Por|the Law and presented the with Bibles in the name forth Shore Zionist District, P of the Israel Sabbath, %  today afternoon, at 4 p.m., bnist District sponsored a I session leaturing readings [iddish literature and sepom Jewish legend. Mayer Abramowitz, in pg services, also honored Day. Cantor Edward Mnteu" the liturgy. IWV. Auxiliary nduct Services "k-Miami Springs Jewish Perans Post 681 and the will conduct memorial 'the Hialeah Jewish Cen| Friday. ^ Chaplain Rabbi Harry and J.w.V. Cantor Ben Ted Robinson anthat Auxiliary members £*. L,n Mton and Mrs. Jean !" sing in the services. Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ...iustasqwlckbuttastessosupenorl transformed into millions of miracle r ?ou ju,t add hot water.... ndinsundy the burs,. ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A fredvel • Gtnt'ol foadi 4 THE ONLY INSTANT COrF V* !" 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PAGE 6 B +Jewtstif***Ma*> RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will h:ld Friday evening services at S:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: "Faith l I America." CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening servs at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Tribute will be paid to the 35 faculty members oi the Center. Nat Rood, chairman ui> t will i> "The Lord Spoke to ses in the v\ ildi rneai Kiddush l t illi Mincha will be A 6:30: foil iwed b) Shalos Seudos 3ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will d Fridaj evening servii 0 p m sen ice t->! • duates "f local hiyh schools ili • presented, with students dress m (... gown Rabbi Mas piro will officiate, with Cantor urice Mamches rendering the -.i a |. irtion: of the liturgy esl • eaker will be Olin Webb, • •l Miami Senior Huh • -IO"'.' S aturda y morning sen I WANT MY MILK Km* Bo Br m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZEL Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Products" Dacro Protactad TKL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at • "< •' Bird Ad. anai-Dar C... are at 9 a.m., when David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, will become Bar Mitavah. The Rosens will sponsor the floral offerings, a • o BETH EL CONGREGATION Will hold Friday evening services at 630 p.m. Saturday morning. f> ices are at 8:30 a.m.; ^Wfb Jhibbi | Shmaryabu Swirsky officiating and preaching on the theme: "The By Ways "i Sorrow and the Highways of Hope." A class in Talmud will be held at 5 p m. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and a discussion of the Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy Junior services are in Academ) Hall at 10 a in a a BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m Saturday morning service* are at 8 30 am Rabbi Moses Meseheloff will officiate anil preach on the VteekU Portion Mincha is at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shajos Seudos, Dail) services will be at 7:30 am. and 6 45 and 7:15 p m NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening sen ices at 8 15 p in dedicated to mem ben oi the ( enter Choir The) in elude Rita Epstein, Albert Grubstein Dick Jacobs. Louis Jacobs, Geri Hechlowitz, Betty Mendclson, Paul Press Gladys Schaps and A Louis Mechlowitz. master Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti will officiate and preach on the topic "The Sweet Song of Judaism." Saturda) morning services are at 8:45 a in Leslie Libman, son of Mr. Ben Libman and Mrs Roth Cold, will become Bar MUzvah Rabbi Abramowiti will discuss the Week u portion Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturg) FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim officiatinu Saturda) morning services are >t 9 a.m., when Stephen, son Oi Mr and Mrs MarkuStern. 3035 SW 5th at will become Bar Ifitx vah Ret Heim will discuss the Week!) Portion and chant the musical portu us of the liturg) Mm Cha is at 6.30 p m followed by Shalos Seudos. Hosts will hi < an tor and Mis Leo 1 rlieh Ifaariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Ukolica officiating and preaching on the topu "The Golden Rule" Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moondirecting the choir HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening service,i f, 4i) p.m. Saturda) morning services at n •, ,„ Rabbi Alexander Cross will officiate and discuss th. Weeai) Portion Mincha ischeduled for t; in p m -,,1,1 win be [ol 'owed b) Shalos Seu lo Sunday services are at 8 am. with d i I) services scheduled for 7 30 am and 6:45 p.m. a a MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will bold Friday evening servi ces at 6 30 p m. Sat urday morning services are ,,i s a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate ami preach on the topic "What Does D, c,ration l)..\ Mean to IV" A clan m Miahna will infield at 5 30 p.m followed by Mm cha and Shalos Seudos Dail) servleei are at 7:80 a m and 6:30 pm a o a AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eve ervices at <; 45 p.m Satur da) morning serviei are .it p ., on with Rabbi Isaac Ever *i hint* for the man of ibc boaSS, or "SHORT CUTS TO BETTER HOUSEKEEPING," wonder book of valuable boe**** for Mother. We also hate a rery iaforaulN % **• WHAT YOU sHorinjjNgii^YOU BUY A HOMK.~ aeauabls 0 intereled*"peron. AHoporlo*. troneh |UOO N.W. 36lh Straal Main Office 43 RI.Finl Aronua T-*" iM cil 1901 iW.!*"^ Dade Federa h :mJOSCPH M. UPTON. rWsMj,. Our ttsovrcBS Fxcee. SS **"£ OUR RESOVES EXCEED M MBllON DO^



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JAY 28. 1954 went %te Set Ottinger. chairman of lv Nursery School ComK he Greater Miami Jew lunity Center, last week 1 the last in a series of P j ( ,r Parents sponsored by of the three Greater Mi^ c (i m munity Center •cnpols whwh took Phtee k.Tu^day andJ ^ *l* JrMJif Prf-scWtol'^hilo*' entary School" was the [discussion by Mrs. Malbebman. director of elefcducation,of the Dade Lard ol Public InstrucJhe Beach Branch. 1536 I on Monday evening, and L n Branch. 450 SW 16th luisdav evening. brence Lutx. West Miami er visor. Dade County Public Instruction, disthe Value of the Nursery experience as a PreparaElementary School" at the Canada Jewish Commu|tr. ') NW 51st pion lav evening. A child guid"Skippy and the 3 R's," kn at ibis meeting. %  auricc Dann, chairman of Llor Granada Nursery fXA. Mrs. Seymour Samet, of the Town Branch I School PTA. and Mrs. JZibit. chairman of the hnch Nursery School PTA, tit an evaluation of the Mutes of the current '-torisltUrldltor) PAGE 7B Solution to Health Problems Lie in Research at Hebrew University Labs Continued from Pag* 4 R •• B n small amounts as food over a judgment. However, a number of g ? eriod nf ,ime stimulate the Israeli physicians have put Dr. On* genheim's findings to practical use and have concluded that rude fiver extract is, indeed, beneficial. So far as Dr. Guggenheim is concerned, that does not mean the end jries Revealed Public Library will preIsprinj: movie series, "The Carpet." n ihursday, June |n


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PAGE 8 B fJbntaMMtfb* FRIDAY American Notables ... Isaac Moses: The Jew of 1805 By HARRY SIMONHOFF Harry Simonfioff's column, constituting • series entitle* 1 %  Imerican Notables, is being published by Tht Jewish florUian as part l the tercentenary celebration of Jewish strfltmeaf is the Unilti States.-The UitorsJ Several portraits in oil have preserved the features of I c MONO. The painting by John Weiley Jams hangs In the Museum of the City of New York. A large, firm MM %  nnates the face. The closed mouth and strong jaw v. uld suggest decision and force. The features that bast i cate the whole man are his expressive eyes, clear, large, steady, yei not without kindness. A sense for clece pervades the tall, pelt beaver hat, the dotted vest, white linen cravat, and velvet black coat. The artists have limned for us a well-to-do merchant at the turn of the l I century, the beneficiary of an ever expanding Industrial Revolution. Horn in Germany at about 1742. Isaac Moses landed in New York 22 years old Six years later he married his c -in. daughter of the trader and community leader. K. nun Levy, who gave away with the bride a dower of 0 pounds But the bridegroom did not do so badly 1 r himself either Fie could match the uncle lather-in law settling I similar sum upon his wife In 21 years, their D was blessed with IP children, not so large a family b> Colonial standard! Isaac Hoses seems to have been endowed with the .en touch Success began to snule upon him shortly r arrival; he continued to prosper in ipite of disrup the war brought to business Uprooted in 1776 when \ York was captured by the British, he was soon on mad in affluence in Philadelphia Before and after "i ktown, he owned in whole or in part %  sloop, three antines and four schooners ,M element ol luck, perhaps, shaped the conduct of c Moses Never having lived In England, he was tree he commercial attachment* thai determined the loyalty those merchant! who became Tories bj force ol cirstances He needed onl) to contrast the barbarous ii lit it's thai obtained in Germany with the freedom opportunities in the Colonies No obligation to or -• •iiiieni ior England made the choice difficult to throw Is lol with the patriots tut the patriotism ol Isaac M s was not calculated policy. He could have made his peace with the British when they took over New York. Instead he abandoned home, warehouse, and virtually went into exile with such patriot! of Shearith Israel Congregation as Haym Salomon. Michael Moses Ha>JOfWI Phillip! and (iershom Mendes Selxsj Owner of ships and a father of children, he joined the Pennsylvania militia in his 39th year. Privateering Venturing of ships for privateering presented hazards that appealed more to patriotism than to sound business. Many a boat fell captive to British cruiserThis form of legal piracy played a role in winning the war scarcely Irsvital than the battlefield When we consider the 700 boats captured and 'he loss of $18,000,000 to British merchants, we can understand the strong petitions of English business to end the war It WU in obedience to the urging of the Continental Congress that Isaac Moses put all his vessels, on the high seas to prey on British commerce. With hiusual luck he emerged a winner. In 1782 he was able to don.lie 112 pounds for building the Mikveh Israel Synagogue in Philadelphia. Two years later he contributed an additional 121 pounds for its upkeep and repair. Generous sums for those days In privateering ventures, Isaac Moses had the cooperation of Kobcrt Morris who held a partnership in several of his ships The famous financier of the Revolution evidently had a high opinion of his Jewish associate. In his diary Mornrefers to Isaac Moses as "my friend ol austere culture and true knowledge." a higher tribute than he ever paid to Haym Salomon, whose contributions to American independence was far greater. It was probabl) due to experience with vessels that made Isaac Moses a member Of the Marine Society of New York. Financing for Liberty Risking his fortune in privateering was perhaps his most important war effort Capturing war material and provision! for the Americans badly in need of supplies had even greater importance than inflicting damage on British commerce Yei the patriotic deeds for which banc Moses is chiefly remembered are his financial acts During the darkest period of the war. Washington\ army was sorelj in need ol food, clothes and ammunition. A bank waproposed, probably by Robert Morris, to establish the necessarj credit! for obtaining the wherewithal to can") on the struggle In this emergency. Isaac Mo-e. pledged.his "property and crediti pounds towards the 300.000 p m d '" ,h < *„] lishing the bank. He also invS ed ,^*J days) in purchasing hills f„ r lh n ge SU[ "sJ army. Robert Morris mention *!If in financing rendered by Isaac McWfiL'N period in the war to win lrec,i,„„ durin <"H It is curious how social standar*. L 1 generations In our own day. ,,,,, J'S sJ Jews shy away from religious ()r „, m ? y "^W Yet in the 18th century The ,n. %  ZT' r "^ erly sought after the honors ol the11 sh,nft ried leadership In the community ScT-ceived public recognition when 27 vea^u* f c of his life he carried the burdens an t For| In 1780 he. with his father-in-law broual, ?*•* the minister Ge.shorn Mendes SeiiaTS .* Torahs to Stanford. Conn., when he VJ ^ York. In 1782 he called the mefJuSfi! *** Israel Congregation and served £ ta&RS PffMifcgl South Florida Delegations to Participate In B'nai B nth Grand Lodge Convention r South Florid? I rs will attend Ihe ial convention of District 1 d Lodgi No ."> to be held at Princess Issena Hotel Daytona h -IJI i • i i %  ing, 28, ami running through Monevening Mai 31 ind partici in the convention from the I I enl -I the State Fi 'i B'nai th i >fi Ja. k R Wem, lent ol Flor n of B'nai B rith Chapti < lilbert i BalLeagU" B'nai B rith, and i State Fed< ration I'ritl I .• : • %  .1 an % %  I I'., ach, national missioi i r, Anti i>< tarnation ue ol B nai B'rith; Milton \ dn at MI imi n itlonal commit er, B'nai B'rith Youth I li n Mrs Ida Optner, Miami, vice president, Women's District Grand ge No. 5: Mrs Sol (ioldstrom. 1 mi Beach, honorary vice presl t. Women's District Grand I ge'No. 5. Also planning to attend anil par i pate in the Convention are the dames Rich. Minna Litman. th Fletcher, Edith Simmons. • l Prensky, Elta Frankel, Tina r. Kmma Lazarus Chapters; Jane Robinson. Shirley Markel Needelman, Eleanor RooseV< t Chapter; Helen Sanders. Dave er. Ben Lebow, Harry Kaufman, S J Goldstrom, David Brown, lrvSolomon, Benjamin Riner. Helen Reich, Miami Beach Chapter; rge Baltuch. Sam Kalick. Ku gem Schwarz. Max Davis. Sam Rudn.ck. Karl Greenberg, Leon Kapee. Bernard Hoffman, (ieorge l.e\enon. Jack Wem. Mark Silverstein, Dan WoJfaon, Ida Westhoff. Sam Belsky. Louis Marks, Bernard Goldfinger, ton Mannlieimer, North Shore Chapter; and Messrs. Samuel Stein, Eerzjfimin Riner, Daniel M. Broad, Gi?bert J. Balkin. Sam Goldstein. Jack August, George Talianoff, Michael Sossin, Miami Beach Lodge. "Irs. Irving Hoffman. Mrs. Max Bohrer. Mrs. Jack Bergman, Mrs. Robert Kopelman, from Hollywood Chapter; Louis D. Sterling. Paul tein, Daniel Danart, from Ft. Liraderdale Lodge; and Mrs. Jack Kapner, Mrs.. Frank Bayer, from Palm Beach Chapter \ special South Florida coach ibeing arranged lor the Convention trip on the Fiorina East Coast Railroad under the chairmanship of lack Kirchbaum, vice president of Ihe B'nai B'rith Council ol South Florida l ouis Ossmak). Sr. ol Daytona Beach, will %  installed as i i a presidi i' oi Bnal B'rith District <.iand Lod at the con ention The rograins •diately he took the initiative in 1C a ,ri ground, which within a year supported ffi'Sill bu.hding erected in Pennsylvania Returning^ he began active part.c.pation as a trustee ouj? SheS tSST ""*" ^ -*B New York Real Estate In New York, Isaac Moses appears to have future rise in real estate values \ |j st o( h aggregate the then impressive -urn of $160000 his properties listed is a $25,000 estate in tail This tract of land, known as the Cooper farm lavi 32nd and 35th Streets from Seventh Ave to the as River. Had his heir followed the example of u| family and preserved the estate intact, its valael could pay off the national debt 0 | .„me republics! doms, whose diplomats sit deliberating at the | Nations not too many blockaway A top member of the Chamber <>f (ommertet founder of the Bank of New York, his repute i reached Europe. For in 1805 Isaac MOM re invitation to attend the ceremon) at the corunaticej Kmperor Napoleon. %  A UM M Young Adults Hold Annual Dinner Dance Young Adult Croup of Temple Emanu-El held itsecond annual dinner dance on Sunday. May 16. at 7 p m.. in the social hall of the Temple, n was announced by Irving SchejT, president. The catered kosher dinner was followed by dancing at 9 p.m. to the music of Walter Lee and his orchestra Bob Stone was chairman of the dinner dance and was assisted b) Kathy Rothman, Debbie Grsboyes, Arleric Weishlatt. I'hyliss (ioldstein. Sue Sheppard. lion Marks and Elaine Schwartzman. Beach Chamber to Move Into New Quarters The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce will move into new 1 quarters at Washington Avenue and 17th st. in three weeks. Freeland B. Cresap. Chamber president, announced this week. The present furniture and equipment that has been in use since 1925 will be retired. Cresap added. Henry Cove, chairman of the Chamber's Furniture and Equipment Fund, reported to the Board of Governors that new equipment and furnishings for the Chamber's new quarters will cost $15,000. Approximately one third of this amount has been raised by the Equipment and Furnishings Committee. I 'Vl J Shown at an installation banquet of Little River Lions Club are (standing, left to W^*", McClure, director; Harvey Goodman, Lion tamer; Jerry Mega, retiring president; Hoi* Fried, deputy district governor; C. Woodville, Jr., newly elected president; Bernard Ma" first vice president; and Fred K. Shochet, second vice president. Kneeling are am( ** secretary; Earl Newby director; James Rixx, director; Corrado Lozito, third vice pM*""! William F. George, director. Not shown are E. Russell Gilbert, treasurer; and tailtwister. U of M Music School Students to Graduate Annual commencement concert of the University of Miami School. "I Music will be held at the Miimi' Senior High School Auditorium on I Sunday afternoon. May 30. 3 p m. The t mvei-sitj Symphony Orchestra. John Bitter, conductor, and Modest.. Alloo. associate conductor, will present the concert with ad winced student lolotstl chosen ffom the Sch ml of MUSK The ten performers wil, be Don na Keed Armstrong, conductor Betty Booth, soprano; Thomas Fi Orel la, pian i. Edwin Grzesmkow .!


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\v MAY 26, 1954 Robinson Named President of mi AJC; 'Heresy Hunting 1 Rapped Pointing out that a coalition JtJf****iHrr***>r, PAGE 9 B % %  .. %  '. religious and civic groups L kl the lead in lifting the 7t of fear which is smotherLriea's basic freedom," EdLukas. director of the Civil Department of the Amerhwish C'omniitteo. warned L,.k m an address to the C r Miami Chapter at the I)e%  otcl. Miami Beach. {ted to office were Leo Robintsident; Burton B. Goldateia, -resident; Judge Harold B. second vice president; Rich.„ii.on. secretary; J. Gerald treasurer; Dr. Kurt Peiser, |, a n of the executive commitrev J. Bert man, Herman A. f Ben I Danbaum. David B. an. Arthur S. Friedman, [Gillette. Mrs. Jennie GrosJerome C. Hofmayer, Howne. Aaron M. Kanner, M. J. pwitz. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, j,I. Markow, Baron de Meyer, Van Myers, Judge and G. Nathan, Lee Ruwitch. n, I) Singer, David Stuzin r Joseph M. Wcidberg, memthe executive committee. lit Social Group Officer Election extreme rightists in the United States was violating the basic tenets of American democracy Lukas, a national authority on constitutional law, told the as.,,,. Wage "that the chief characteristics of their attack is the denial to other Americans <,i freedorri of speech, freedom of thought and freedom to read what one wishes." "These zealots, who have completely forgotten that the first ten amendments to the United States Constitutional art a Bill of Rights he declared, "are actually imposing on America a blanket of fear which is smothering America's basic free doms. It would be one of the tragedies of history if these people killed our democracy while at tempting to fight the insidiousness of Communism. With our basic freedoms gone. Communism, the very enemy they purport to fight, could fill the vacuum." Lukas said that it is the duty ol alert religious and civic groups to lead the fight against "indiscriminate heresy hunting." He stated that while there is an urgent need for security measures "such necessity must not obscure the dangers inherent in a climate of suspicion and fear generated by unthinking zealots." "We must exeici.se all r< Rsonable vigilance against iiifiltrative t ,1, niques, sabotage and all other efforts to undermine our economic political and military strength," he Sunday Concert Patrons Revealed Here Leo Robinson Rosenthal, leader of the Social "Group, Greater Miami Community Center, was reelected president for the year r officers include Zelda asserted. "But this vigilance must be exercised within the framework of our democratic way of life, lest the result of wild-eyed, indiscriminate here.sy-hunling cause irreparsecretary and publicity able darnage (() lht dcnUlCratic ,,. I awl Sigfried Berglcr, vice ents; Kea Kelter, correspondkcri't.iiv; Leah Kuenstler, retan; Irving Saal, treasurer. minted to chair committees {membership, Kay Durner; |m. Lou Stein: refreshments, (untz; telephone, Maralene land Estelle Rubin; hostess, Igrasian; hosts. Ernest Kuld Edward Kantor; newspaper. Rose and Flo Breslow. p largt project for the newly boih will be a swim-dance Pevelander Hotel on SatI evening. May 29. bre of our nation." In welcoming the new officers. Seymour Samet, southeast area



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    PAGE 10 B fosWc* UrkH*n J25>AY GLOBAL SHORTS Two Held in Extortion Attempt Leading British Newspapers On 20 Jewish Families DALLAS (WNS) — On April 29. according to a charye made by the FBI. 20' prominent Jewish families received letter! which began: "You Jeffs to pay S2O0.000. How many you Jews be dead before you pay. Acid dynamite fire e.uns \uii pay. !" This week weeks ol long-distance negotiations between the alleged extortioners, James ll. Jones and his brother, Ralph F. Jones, and the two Jewish brothers, Julius and George Schepps, the FBI trappi il the Jones brothers when one of them att< rapted to colled .i pat k..ur which was supposed to contain the S2IKMI;,II Oppose U.S. Arming of Arabs LONDON (WNS) The Times of London tad the Manchester Guardian, Britain's two leading newspapers, this week published editorials expressing concern over the American decision t>> ship arms will make | to Iraq. The Times editorial warnafter two|ed thai the "prevailing mood In Israel is dangoroua because it ma) harden into desperation" U.S. is Friendly to Israel, Secretary Dulles Assures Eban WASHINGTON (WNS. Secre larj of State John Foster Dulles attachea hmh value to the friend %  between the United States and li dared Israel Ambassador an (his week alter a con rence with Mr Dulles Secretary Dulles, said the Ambassador, els it inot right to believe an) recent events indicate an) lessen • i American friendship and : ath) fnl I-rael E "ptioni|| y rta .. \KU YORK WNSi mittee fur Jewish tna announced th n negotiations with Austria. probably on June 1. in Vienna for the settlement of Jewish claims arising out of losses suffered by Jews under Nazi rule Resumption of negotiations was urged bj l>r Julius Raab. the Chancellor of Austria, said Dr Nahum Coldmann. chairman of the Committee's Joint Executive Board. U.S. Hate Groups Attacked by American Jewish Committee CINCINNATI WNS \ state men! warning against hate igroups" in the United States mas ling under the cloak of pa I triotism was adopted this week b) the American Jewish committee at the closing session "t itnational i Kl CUth e c ii in 111 I t e e These groups, the AJC declared, "strive to promote racial and religious bigotry" and in some cases "under the cloak nf patriotism" have oh tamed support "from individuals ol standing in the communit) Jordan Murdered Wounded Israelis, Ambassador Says I NITED NATIONS (WNS) Israel Ambassador Abba Kban this week submitted a letter to the Se Florida Academy of iKutscher to be Visiting cunty Council in which he charged —. |. that on the previouSunday two j Physicians Convenes for Meet Lecturer at Dropsie Israeli policemen after being' Over 175 physicians, members | PHILADELPHIA—Ezeickel Kut CANTOR '" rtadino ih. T ""'"••. %  RABBI (AlnJ '*Piiced| '..n chov. 0 :: 1 ::' %  -* %  n *trutt ISRAEL ANNIVERSARY: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher are shown lighting a huge birthday cake in honor of Israel's sixth anniversary at Westview Country Club. Center is Rabbi Irving Lehiman, ol Temple Emanu-D. Austria to Resume Claims Talks, Dr. Goldmann Says Claims on An* w un,l I j b v r,fle fire and dragged i of the Florida Academy of General \ scher. of the Faculty of the Hebrew Is week II would "*" •£ %  ??. T* !" mu 7VL ,n Practice, held their annual meetUniversity, will be a visiting lee Browned Praises U.S. Jewry At America-Israel Dinner WASHINGTON fWNS) American Jewduring the three centuries the) have lived in this country "were in the forefront of all causes tailing upon America to adhere to the highest ideals and traditions, declared Attorney General Herbert cold blood by elements of the armed forces of Jordan who had penetrated into Israel territory." Ask ing that his letter be circulated among all members of the United Nations. Mr. Eban pointed out that it is especially urgent that the true facts concerning this Jordanian act of aggression be made known, in view of the distorted evidence presented by Jordan to the United Nations authorities." Israel-Arab Border Tension Continues, UN Unit Observes JERUSALEM (WNS) Violent incidents and tension on the IsraelJordan borders continued during the week, at the end of which the i Jordan Israeli Mixed Armistice Bn wnell Jr in ,i speech this weekICommission, which the Israelis are at the first national dinner of the \ boycotting, condemned Israel for America Israel Societ) With re two truce violations in which four gard to I-rael the Attorney Gen IJordanians were killed The two eral said that the world is watch resolutions adopted by the Mixed r the Jewish State to set an Armistice Commission blamed Is example of true tolerance and un\ racli forces for opening fire on derstanding in its relations with Jordanian farmers in the vicinity ing at the Hollywood Beach Hotel last week with Dr. Leonard L. Weil, of Miami Beach, president of the group, presiding. Dr. Solomon B. Goldman delivered a talk to the assemblage on "Genito I'urinary Problems of Interest to the Family Physician." Named to serve for the year 1953-1956 were: president elect. Dr. Frank P. Linz of Tampa; vice president-elect. Dr. Walter W Sackett. Jr., of Miami: and Dr. Leon Eiseman of Hialeah. secretary-treasurer of the organization. its neighbor" Paris Invites Habimah for Five Performances at Festival I'ARIS (WNS) The city of Paris has invited the Habimah The Btre Of I-rael to participate in the International Dramatic Arts Festi val to be belli in the French cap of the villages of Falama and Qalqilya, both in the Tulkarm district north o| Jerusalem. 32 More Rumanian Jewish Leaders Sentenced to Prison TEL AVIV .WNS, News that reached Israel this week tells of more Rumanian Zionist and be Theatre. Doctor's Apparatus Relieves High Blood Pressure BUENOS AIKF.S fWNS) — An apparatus designed by Dr. Asher Hibashan, a Jewish doctor who has been living in Argentina for the past seven years, relieves high blood pressure. An article in "El Dia Medico," Argentine medical magazine, by two doctors describes the successful use of this equipment on 30 patients. se i series of trials involving an estimated 150 Jewish leaders A decision to start a man hunger strike on |faj IJJ Ul protest against the trial and im prisonmenl of Rumanian Jewish leaders waannounced during the week here by an organization of former Rumanian Jews Zim Line's Representatives Move to New Quarters NEW YORK The American Israeli Shipping Co.. Inc., owners' representative in thi western hemisphere of the Zim Isiael Navigation Co., has moved from its former location on William st to new quarters at 19 Rector st New York 6. N Y. The firm's telephone number. DIgby 4-7600. remains unchanged In addition to an extensive schedule of sailings between Israel and major Mediterranean port*, providing regular weekly connections for travelers to tnd f r ., m the Jewish State, the Zim Israel Navigation Co. operates the S.S Jerusalem. Israel's first transatlantic liner, on the inly regularly scheduled >earround passenger service between New York and Haifa. The S.S Jerusalem's next departure date, from New York to Israel via Ceuta and I', ranis, will be on Wednesday. June 9 turer at the 1954 summer session of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, it was announced by Dr. Abraham A. Neuman. president of the college This course is being offered through the courtesy of the Department of Edu cation of the Jewish Agency for Israel. Kutscher will lecture on the His-1 tory and Development of the Hej brew language. In this course, focus will be placed on the main characteristics of Biblical, rabbinic, medieval and modern Hebrew. Kutscher has written a number of im portant monographs in the field of Hebrew and Aramaic philology. He is now completing a comprehensive study in this fielo. SPOT WEED L. CONTROLS Ll lf T" *0C0 q. li „,, A, FARM AND HOW W| CHARLES and MAI1AN P announce flit optu^i] Southwest letter | 2347 C0RAI WM, Plum 4-582 Mimeogroidiii) | Public StfMjnjk;] We SiecitJitti: Jewish Orjoniittlwli NIGHTS | SUNOATS-I GORDON ROOfW SHEET METAL' 414 S.W. 22nd AVI M, Have your roof rtpairMM wil liti on t new tail "Satilflctory WtrtlJ Eirrr encefl M" ITS SMART TO XI 4fj6A$Ct PH 3-08"-; '32 %  Jewish Groups Seek Bar For Travel Segregation WASHINGTON (WNS) A spokes man for the national Jewish reli gious bodies of the United States and for national and local Jewish community relations organizations this week urged the House Committee on Interstate and Eoreign Commerce to approve legislation prohibiting racial segregation of passengers on the nation's railroads and other interstate carriers. Ex-Soviet Agent Says Anti-Semitism Increasing MUNICH -Anti-Semitism in Russia is increasing, according to Capt Nikolai E. Khoklov. a non Jew and a former Soviet secret police agent who recently fled the USSR when, he says, he refused to carry out an order to assassinate an anti Soviet White Russian lead er. Capt. Khoklov said that some of his Jewish friends could not get jobs in the Soviet Union for which they were highly qualified. He stated that the regime in the Soviet Union was doing nothing to curb anti-Semitism, but also expressed the opinion that no drastic anti-Semitic measures were in prospect. ugcinne NOW Yea Cm* Driaa AU The lead Tea Voa •Vut W1THDIT Gatnlns; A Sinai* Ounce. AHHOUNCtMtNT %  [-OPENED AIR CONDITIONED ARNOLD'S BAKERY t Superior Imktry Products \ Fresh Fruit Piei, Fr.it Coffee, Cekts, % Tea Cakts, Perty Neveltiei, Oeaa\ iae OM Fmhieneo 1 Rye, Cara Bread, % Pumpemickle "Rememher the address" 17S7 CORAt WAY PH. B3-7I39 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKER* A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE DM, E i'n Str.ot Phone IMOi AL MEIOENSIERO. Owner DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. 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    MAY 28. 1954 *M*j$titkrkMam \ Youth Air is at Coral iew'nh Center Ibincd audience of parents a gers likened to a double parents and youth in a lairing -f their "gripes and Thursday night at the IMgj Jewish Center. clima LEGAL NOTICE 08 ram ^rrryrr r -~.-E| ** filed against K „„ ani'M see activities now beinfl %  mR.iir re.mire.1 t„ s w Wt 1er a# **^ s? .fn,ii„ .i„. urn „t iWH gd at I he Gables Center he extension services of the Miami Jewish Community. moderator was Emanuel fcMJl'i" director of activr „.of questions was prea program committee and I the following subjects: datf (W hour, going steady, use [car. trusting parents with estions. the fraternity-sorestion, responsibilities at „d how to be popular. lions were illustrated i the use il a series of skits Id b) Mis. Nathan B. Rood, chairman. w School Exercises jiesday. .lune 2, at 1:30 p.m., not!ie closing exercises of |h David Hebrew School for \T 195354 Certificates and i of Honor will be presented rnts fm outstanding achicveurins the school year. LEGAL NOTICI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND CHANCERY N ioi\ JOY QINHRERo. I'lalnWf vs. HTCAHT MAYNARI. (lnVSBERd, ORDER OF PUBLICATION"'"' TO: STUART MAYNAItll OINSBERd <•/ MrM. I. Kehublner 2747 Leslie Boulevard Lle'lott. Mi, I,. AUK HEREBY NOTIRIEll .,111 'if 1'iiiniilaiiii f,, r 1"lten filed PAGE 111 LEGAL NOTICE plaint on Plaintiff* Attornes and file the oiiKiri.il Answei in On .r 11. •,. I in.Citirk of the Clreull < 'ourl on m before the Mih dn of June, m..4 otherwise, the allegation* ,,f said |. >i of Complaint will be taken a* confessed against you Dated this Jl-t rlav of Ma) 1'.", i E 11. LEATHERMAN' oi.rk of the Cln uit Com' By: R. 11. KICK, nt *,*K"U .. Depntj i-lerk OEORlSE .1. TALIANOI i ESQ Attorney fuf Plaintiff 42H Lincoln It.,ad. Miami Reach, Fla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAIVlc LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY. OIVEN thai the ini.l. i -i(in. ,i desiring to engage In bus In.*.-, under the fictitious name of PROMOTIONAL I'RODl'CTH PCI HI 2640 S.W. 28th l.i.ne. Miami, Florida Intend* t.. reglstei Bald name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court • %  bade County, Florida. STYLANEZE, INC., a Florida corporation PALLOT. SILVER & MlLl.oV Attorneys for Stylanexe, in, 7nl Congress Hl.lv Miami. Fla, .1/28 — 6/4-11-IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OB TWC ANn V !S T "i U IC A L U 27RCU.TT"N m ^? R ^ DA0E COUNTY. FLOR l>8R MARIE l-'ILo, '"' l NOT^-V^, 1 1 1 '''minor., • % % %  An'^, B r,T.V?, UCAT,ON 644 Baal i il Btreel Bronx. New Vork ihL i.\" K "ERBBV NOTIFIED ifik T' 1 ,l 1 ,n tfl "fflctHkf tile H* "i Hi. •,'ircuit (.'.. %  in to I... i.. *inlx. Fi,„lda. and v.„, .\,.\l,,,,. %  wmnian.lcd t., be and appear ill said Ircult i ..int. had.County. Florida, 'ti tini if l day ..I June, IM4, to show '.', |:IS V > !M Petition ihould not be in-anted, otherwise, the matter* alleged In said Petition for Adoption shall • %  • %  taken as confessed bv you l'"M: AND ORDERED a( Miami. %  'M, ;:";;''; %  • % %  tw *•> lv B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull C IUI i Bj \VM. Vv HTOCKINQ, _,. Deputy Clerk Son i.il,,notice iriled in accordance with Chapter 7.', Be. n,.,, i.:, riorida Ktatutea, 1953 HENRY M. CAIN, Allv 2..I8 U Flaglei St., Miami, Florida i 1-21-28 .; i LEGAL NOTICE riCE BV PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ftA, IN AND FOR DADE 1 IN CHANCERY NO. 189496 JR I. I IKI.MAN. Plaintiff. 1,1 HK1.MAN, h.f.n.lant. ,i\ i i IKLMAN ll'.iik T. irace Knst / Vork, N Y. ri to nerve a copy of l.,, tn Hi. lull of Complaint wee on %  plaintiff's attorney, Jile the a i n..I answer In the tl the t'lerk of the Clrcull i before the WUl A*.) "i I ; otherwhM, the Hill llidnt f"! Iiivorre, hen-lot.>ie nn, will in taken a* confessed. Jut Miami, Florida. thl tin U %  Uy, 1954. K. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the etrrutt Court, Pan, County, Florida B) \VM. \v. .STOCKIM; Pour I S..1I1 Deputy Ulerk nd Add 1. ss of .s.ili, Itol : A fHIEDMAN ktHild Building-, Miami. Mot Ida l/4-ll-ls NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF.KF.HY orVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In l.iisiiiess under the fletitioui name ol SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE, at :':i47 coral Way, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES M FREEFIKLD MARIAN FREED ELD :,/14-21-L's — |/ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORN CHANCERY. No. 169409 0, APOSTLE, Plaintiff. tC M'lisri.l-:. Defendant. riCE BY PUBLICATION DRGH I' APO8TUG 1-llT J< .'. i A\-rnue -t Hills, i, I New Vork be hereby notified that a Hill plaint for Divorce has been ft I 1 >ou, and you are required <>l\ of \..ur Answer or Hill ..11 the plaintiffs %  SERSIIliN S. MlllLBR, 42 Ruud, Miami Beaoh, Fla., and orls ni 11 the office of the I' Hi" cir.-uit Court on or beMth dn.i -.r .iiii. ls.M. other inn • Complaint win he 1 conf< %  -i bj you. i M 1 1. Florida,, this tlsl |Ha>', : I 1 LEATHERMAN, ci. k of the ClrcoM Court, !' %  %  • County, Fla. : It. 11 KICK. IK Deputy Clerk • 1 TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIS IIKREBY UIVEN that dealt ing to eBjjnge In %  un.l. 1 the. fictitious name ••• %  BIN 1:1:1. ICIIICS STORE, at C "' A\e inieiids to register *'" %  'llh Hi, Clerk of the Clr'".,"' I'" 1, Countr, Florida. ''M.I'll \ 1 AMACHO. Owner [ 1 ii' Bldg. II/4-I1-1S Rf.C'RCUIT COURT OF THE IV J5' AL CIRCUIT OF FLQR.V'^JOR DADE COUNTY. N C ERY No. 169393 EVERETT L1BMA-N; • • • • t Plaintiff, BiH R i! AN Defendant.' lS, BY PUBLICATION r*INE LI KM AN louher Avenue N. %  York [ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to r Aiisw, ,,, ,,,,. ,„„ „ f ,.,„„ I"i INvnrce lth the Clerk of r>* Styled Court, and serve a *\, '":"," KKHSLER & OAKH, > fw Plaintiff. 17|J W. FlagMiiuii, Florida, on or beI'.v of June, 1954, else % %  'Jill lie taken as confessed. "Jy 21, 1154. ,, I.KATMKRMAN. 1. f Circuit Curt "y JVM W BTOCKINO l/4-ll-,s """ ly n,,k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flrtftloua name ol TWIN CITY BI'lLDERS, at 1534 Pout A\-. Mkimi Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name ith the Clerk DI the circuit court of Dmi. County, Florida LEONARD BCUIPP, Sole Owner MYBRK, H El MAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant ISO s. \i-ilii Hide r> :•!-;.". — /l-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 1 islness und.r the fictitious nan r MARLIN OIL COMPANY (Nol Inc.) •," H Palais Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends 1., register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Hade County, Florida. BERNARU RODINS President and Sole 1 > ner GEOROE .1 TALIANOPP, ESQ Attorney f,„ Petitioner 5/14-21-28 — • %  4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that iii. undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name df l:i:.\'\.\\ MORTGAGE CO, i.Not Inc.) Bl ] 115 94th HI Bas Harbor Island, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tin clrcull Court of Dade t'ountv not Ids BENJAMIN NEWMAN ANNA NEWMAN MONROE DIXON \ %  rney for Applicants 50.5 1 ih mpla Bldg. .". "-14-21-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In P.^fi .*."" 1 '-' the fictitious ,,.,, f "-'i 1 ** ARCADE, e/o Berlck, BhaI'.J ,,""'• Attornays, *20 Unooln ica.i. Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Clrcutt "unit ..f Dad.County. F da. NATHAN VVEINBERG JACK 8UNENBLICK .... .HENKV SONENHI.H'K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under 1I1. fictitious name of THE HOFHRAP HAH A: RESTAURANT, at 17.' ciiai.ia Ave., Coral U.sbICM,' i ntends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FI01 Ida.. HENRY MARTINELLI, Owner KB88LER (,OARH LAttorneys for Applicant '1782 W. Flagler St. i/14-21-28 — 6/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169287 CARL K HERNDON. JR.. Plaintiff. vs. DOROTHY PAULINE HERNDON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DOROTHY PAULINE HERNDON; Address unknown. TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED ta serv. a eon) Ol your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed herein. on plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD KRIEOER FINK, H-' Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida, and to file the original in the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before Ihe Mh day ol June. ISM; otherwise a default will be enter.. 1 againsi yon. DATED: thiDili day of May, 1984. E H. LEATHERMAN, i'l, > k of the Clrcull Court By M W PARTENHB1MER, Deput) Clerk 5/2I-2S — fi 1-11 ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f JAY DEE A.M1SE.MENT CO., at ..It. N W. 6th St., Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court -.f DadCounty, Florida. JOSEPH KOGANOV8K1 BERNARD KOQANOVSKY MORTON M. BEIGEL Attorney for Applicants It W.,Flagler St. 5/7-14-21 L"< St, 29th ^sw^ 16 "' "•e Win, iS ... m lo register art f h '' Ulerk of the ClrMt \i1'.—'. un 'V. n.-rida. ,"Jt MARTIN PL.EISCHER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring 10 engage W business undcuIhe fictitious name 01 PKRSHINC. U>PNGE, at I2 V• ; Avenue intends to register said name with tlvClerk "f Us' Circuit ourl of '"''• KATH.n 1 N''M'KE.RVvlE.d,H KESSI.EH tt GARS Attorneys for Applicant 17.S2 \V. Hauler St. 18 6/4-ll-lH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 5/28 8/4-11-18 BbTHER BERLIN NOTICE'' UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW name Court of Dade County, UAWBENCE 8. PARADIst KEHSLER "Alt* Attorneys for Atiplicsnt tm — 18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE (AND BAR), at 31 H.E, 1st Avenue. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid., VINCENT A NA8TI >. JR. ZOLTAN 1 RECZC KESSI.EH fc CARS Attoinevs for Applicants 178! W, Flagler St. 5/7-14-11-28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32792-B In It. ESTATE OF ROSE WEINSTEIN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, ale hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or cither Of you, may have against the estate of ROSE WEINSTEIN, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the satinin their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within elcht calendar months front the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented si aforesaid, or same win be barred. Date Max 17. AD 1954. MORRIS WEINSTEIN As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of lit .si: WEINSTEIN, Deceased TIRK \NEWMAN Attorneys for Executor 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fl.i. ., gi.fg .; 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name ol PARKOTEL, at Hill Ni: Srd St.. Miami intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade I'ouniy. Florida KITH STERN MYERS, HE1MAN A.KAPLAN Attorn. %  for Applicant .,-,11 geybold Bldg, 14-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that '" %  lerslgnssl, desiring to engage In .,.'.'.!'"'?I "" l *' r the fictitious name of THE s. .1 THWESTER, c o Southwest Letter Service, M47 .'oral Wav, Miami, intend to register said name with n. I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ountj, Plot Ida CHARLES M. IHEEHEI.D .4.att "£*/** !" *SW"!LD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 169333. IN' RE: ADOITION 1 If LINDA JOYCE BASS Minor Child „__ NOTICE TO APPEAR TO; IIEItHEUT J. BASS T;es7 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. YOU M:E HEREBY commanded to be' and appear In the sbove styled Court on the list day of June 1S..4 „, 'how cause why the Petition of ivld M Berger and Heat,...Barter | 0 adopt Linda Joyee Bass should not mted io this Court. "•""' TE'-L'^THERMAII Clerk ol the Circuit court Pad. County, 5SSsSL Bj WM W. SIO.KIM1 Deputy Clerk KE8SLBR OARS attorneys tor Applicants 1782 W. Hagler st. :, l- — 6'4-U ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undcrsisncl, desiring to engage in luslness utfde, Ihe flctiTlou^, name Of UACR ELECTRIC LIGHTING _l i ri V it Ml W. Havler Street. Mian.l. intends to r.*isier said nam. Uh the n.'rk .'< vS qircult Court ol Dade ''•""' %  • -'M'AN'KATZKN. Sole Owner MnNROK DIXON Attorney for owner -,i.a Olymida HWg. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168068 .'I-!?.'.. 1 '' 10 !" : 8TULL. plaintiff vs. ALBERT E STCLL. defendant, Vol ALBERT K STII.I., are hereby noUfled to file y..ur defensive pleadings to this suit with this Court a lerk, and service a eopv thereof upon plaintiffs atlornev. AKTIII'K G GOTTLIEB, BM N.E. 2nd Avenue; Miami. Florida; on or before June 26. He,1, else the Complaint will be taken as confessed i>\ you Dated: May 12, I'd E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, (Courl Seal) By M. C. ORE EN. Deputy Clerk. .. l4-:'i-:'\ — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business und.r the fictitious name of LINER-TYPER SERVICE, at 93 N B, •:ith street, intend to register said name with tinClark of the circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. JESS ,• REBECCA BERNIE :. 14 -21 -2s — 8/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam.of .' R T. S W.ES. at 217 N.E. 14th Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida. CAL LESTER LORRAINE LESTER ISR M:I. ABRAMS Attornes for Applicants 228 N.E. 2nd Ave. 5 7-li-L'i-:'b NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring t<> engagi In business under the fictitious name ol •II DOUGLAS ROAD STUDIO, at S14 Douglas Road, Coral Qables, Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said name with the t'lerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. GERALD H. KIMSEY HENKV M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant ::.is West Flagler St., Miami, Florida B/7-U-X1-I8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTHE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of KIDD1 KAMPU8, at WO \V. 54th street, Hialeah, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. D01.0KES DUNN, Sobowner MARX M FAHER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. a 14-21-2S — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PENTHOUSE; PENTHOUSE CLUB; PENTHOl'SE RESTAURANT and PENTHOUSE CAFE, in Dade County, Florida, Intends 10 register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Count] I '"1 i l.i PAUL TAUBMAN KOVNER .vMANNHEIMER attorneys foi VpsMoant :, 21 -2s — ti 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol KR1STY MAN 1 ICCTURING CO, (Not Inc I, al %  • %  • %  • N W. -"'th Street. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, 1 lorlda. NATHAN KRISTALL HERBERT M. KRISTALL BURNETT ROTH Attornej for Applicants 120 Lincoln ltd : %  21-18 8/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. .163.07 VINCENT PORTO, also known as VINCENT 1-' PORTO, and ALBACB LORRAINE PORTO, his wife. • Plalnttfl vs. LILLIAN PAYNH and JAMES PAYNE, her husband, el I >. :. ml. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; I.1LUAN H.VVNi: and JA.\: s PAYNE, lor husband, Mo.ut Veinon, Illinois; All unkuow-n heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lictiors, Itors, trustees, or other par; es .1.. lining by. through, under or against ISABEL I, CHAMBERLIN, Deceased, All unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, asslgi s, li.-nois. creditors, trustees, or other parties claiming by, through, unoer or against FRANKLIN EDWA WILLIS. SIL, alao known s FRANKl.YN E. WILLIS, deceased; MATTIE JOANN ENNIS I MYRON ENNIS, her hush IMS "H" Street, Sacranu 'alifornia; The Unknown spouses itf an>" "f the above named defendants I If any of the above named • fondants be dead, the unkn heirs, devisees, grantees, asslgn1 cs, ii. N"i-s. trustees, credit s and other parties claiming by, through, under or against the al...\e named defendants; And all parties known or unknown, having or claiming to have any light, title OT int. in and to the following lies. 1 property, situate, lying anil bl in Dade County, Flnrsla, to-. LOU 2 and I, In Block 117. of HIALEAH, THIRD ADDITION, according to the Plat thereof, ecorded in Plat Book 7. Pag. of the Public Records of 1 County, Florida. YOD AND EACH OP VOI" are Ii by notified that a Bill of Complain: to Quiet Title to the above lies. 1 real property has been filed aga you, and you are rcpiired to s.o \ copy of your Answer or I'leadins to the Hill of Complaint on the pialnti' -' attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOP, W7II cilvmpla Building, Miami. Flo, and file the original Answer or Pie Ing In th.offne of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of June. ISS4. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be ta against you for the relief demanuerl in the Bill of Complaint. This Notice shall be published onco each week for four consecutive we^ks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Ml Florida, this 2:1th day of April, A.D., 1954. K. O. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M. W. PARTENHEIM i.. Deputy Clerk GEOROE CHERTKOP .'a.T-ll Olyinpia Kuilding Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff a 7-14-21-28 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29300-B. RE: ESTATE OF NICHOLAS KOZI'B. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE a NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed a final report and petition f >r Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of NICHOLAS KOZI'B, o>ceased: and that on the 3th day of Jinn. 1M54, I will apply to the Hoq able FRANK B. DOWLING, Cour:y Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final reix.rt and for final discharge as Administrator of Ih. Estate of NICHOLAS KOZL'B. deceased. This 11th day of May. 1H..4. ALEX WARWYCK MORTON ROTHENREKC. Attorney for Administrator 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, F".i. -, 21-SD — fi '4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti ncridVatjn 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 H' ': in



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    PAGE 12 B Food Fair Foundation Establishes 41 Scholarships in Major Colleges Forty-one -young men nd worn-1 ded. and will be considered on linen will attend maior colleges on same basis for the community scholarships in the United States scholarships as other applicants in this fall under the auspices of the In( community at large group. KWff,ffcr*tt/7 I i> %  Food Fair Stores Foundation, it was announced by Samuel Fried land, president ct the Foundation. The scholarship giants, effective the fall of 1954. have been set up Present scholarships are to be granted for the full time normally required to t;irn a degree, custom arily a period of four years. Grants will be continued each year during under two classifications one to this period, provided that the acbol benefit Food Fair employees and arahip recipient meets the high their sons and daughters, and the standards required hy the univcr other for individuals residing in V |ty or college the communities in which Food n anni>lim mu ,„.. ngulattaoi hair Stores are loc.ted. The mm _, b |h( F „„ n();l jlin „ r Kur hined scholarships, over the normal ^ cxocul|ve djroctor stalcd four-year period, will total $.>8.ooo ^ a|| ttMurMm >vm ,„, ;iw ., rd ., in announcing the scholarships.! ,4 D) the university or college con-1 Friedland stated that the Foundscerned rather than by the Founda tion is anxious to encourage young (lnll men and women with natural m ;ipp | ican mU st first apply teresi and ability by giving them f „ r ^J^ „, umv ,. r lt> P or every opportunity to make the most ol their talents "This ione of industry's obligations to the pub In iii' explained, and "fa the best waj t" in-iire the future ol Amer ica The scholarships, which have been s ( >t up at 14 different univer sities and colleges in the I'nited States, will be awarded on the basis college to which a scholarship has been allocated," he explained. The Food Fair Stores Foundation derives all its funds from Food Fair Stores. Inc. which numbers 1!)7 supermarkets spanning the eastern seaboard from New York to Florida. F'urther information can be ohol dvfc interest, leadership and '•' im <'' 1 f rom Hr. I'eiser at Fond Fair scholarship Need for financial aid Stores. Inc.. P.O. Box 488. 950 S.E. may also be considered. j ',h sl • Hialeah. Ol the 41 scholarships establish! ed, 13 valued at a total of $30,000 have been reserved spccificalK (oi full time employees, or for sons inu daughters ol employees ol Food Fair Store* JNF Council to Salute Decoration Day on WMBM Jewish National F'und Council of Greater Miami will dedicate its proGrants have been established at gram to the various Zionist pioneer eight different educational institu and Labor groups on Decoration lions among which is the I niver it\ Day. Sunday. May 30, from 12:30 to ol Miami at Coral Gables In addition to the grants ear marked for co workers and their children, a total of 28 scholarships. 2 p.m.. on Jacob Schachter's Variety Hour, station WMBM. Participating in the program will be Manuel Burstein. president of valued at $1,000 each, have been j the Zionist l-alxr Groups, and Mrs established at six land grant (state j Lena Pushkin, president, and Mrs. endowedi colleges, located in the six states in which Food Stores are located. Employees oi Food Fair Store and their sons and daughters ma> ligible for any of the established scholarships, Friedland adSophie Seeman. JNF chairman of Fair the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami. Babbi Moses Mescheloff will conduct the program, arranged by Sam Prosterman, radio chairman of the Jewish National Fuiid Council. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (May 28-31) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 7 00 Tmlaj 7:15 7 30 7 45 I Today t.OO \ M. 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    Creation Date:
    May 28, 1954

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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
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    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    May 28, 1954

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    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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    newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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    University of Florida
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    Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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    Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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    fewsh Floridion
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH
    WEEKLY
    KJME 28Number 22
    rings Over
    \rist Law9
    endmertt
    m Unlikely
    iJINGTON (JTA) Inform-
    gressional sources were of
    r.ion this week that little
    ri exists for adoption by
    of the proposed Consti-
    amendment recognizing
    \- as the official national
    (l the United States,
    re-sional hearings have
    r urned. There is no indi-
    khen or whether they are
    [r--umed. Before* adjourn-
    f. siate.subcommittee un-
    chainnanship of Sen. Wil-
    |r?er. chairman of the Ju-
    nmmittee, heard unsched-
    lestimony from David A.
    Washington representa-
    Anti-Defamation League
    , rith
    h pointed out that prior tes-
    Tur.fortunately took the form
    fef.e between Christians and
    ! ,i actually many Chris-
    Ih. the opposition views
    fcr Jewish organizations. He
    br< I the exploitation and
    |u the hearings by the so-
    Militant Christian Patri-
    i testimony sought to
    pristians against Jews. The
    |nt Christian Patriots," ear-
    the hearings, appealed to
    u- prejudice by characteriz
    fti-h organization! "anti-
    n."
    Br< dy told the subcommittee
    is preferable to have re-
    an active influence in the
    and minds of people rather
    ring it written into national
    lutional law.
    "Suitable Oath"
    [Senate Judiciary Committee
    en hearing testimony on Sen-
    lint Resolution 87, introduc-
    enator Ralph Flanders, Re-
    n of Vermont. This reso-
    | proposes that there be add-
    I an amendment to the U.S.
    lution, a new section declar-
    Icognition of "the authority
    I*' of Jesus Christ, Savior and
    Ifcf Nations."
    | resolution also specifies that
    hall not be -interpreted as
    pr.ir.g the "establishment of'
    ^rticular ecclesiastical organ
    or abridgement of free-
    |W religion, speech or assem-
    pd empowers Congress to sub-
    "a suitable oath or affirma-
    |in the case of any citizen
    religion prevents "unquali
    Uegiance to the Constitution
    ein amended."
    Jbi Isadore Breslau", represent-
    pe Synagogue Council of Am-
    land Leo Pfeffer, represent-
    >e National Community Rela-
    [Advisory Council, previously
    Ved a prepared statement.
    MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 9Q gg
    PRICE: TEN CENTS
    Rumanian Jews are in Danger of
    Imprisonment; Forced to Testify
    Trials, Sentences Sham,
    Dr. Goldmann Declares
    Abraham Shapiro, 80 years old, relives a scene from his past
    astride his favorite horse. Shapiro is one of the original mem-
    bers of the "Guardians," a mounted civilian defense force
    which, before the tum of the century, protected the Palestine
    village of Petah Tikva. Guardians of Israel today consist of
    Americans who will purchase $1,000 in State of Israel Develop-
    ment Bonds during 1954. ________________
    NEW YORK (JTA)Every Jew
    in Rumania is in danger of arrest
    and long imprisonment as a result
    of the "cruel prison sentences" giv-
    en scores of leaders of Rumania
    Jewry for Zionist and communal
    activities. Dr. Nahum Goldmann
    president of the World Jewish Con-
    gress warned at a press conference
    here this week.
    "If the persons convicted arc
    guilty of crimes," he emphasized,
    "every Jew in Rumania who was at
    one time identified with either the
    Zionist movement, the World Con-
    gress or any other Jewish organiza-
    tion abroad and virtually every
    Jew had such connectionsmust
    live in daily fear of sharing person-
    ally the fate of his leaders."
    "The implications of the precipi-
    tous arrests of the leaders of Ru-
    manian Jewry, the sham trials and
    cruel sentences which followed,
    are such as to strike terror in the
    heart of every individual Jew in
    Rumania and serve to underscore
    the sad plight of Rumanian Jew-
    ry," Dr. Goldman declared.
    "White Paper" on the pattern of
    liquidation of Jewish communal
    life by Rumania's Communist re-
    gime prepared by the World Jew-
    ish Congress, revealed that for
    four years some 150 Jewish leaders
    had been jailed and held incom-
    municado and forced to accept
    Communist-appointed counsel. Re-
    cently, some 46 Jewish leaders re-
    ceived harsh prison sentences
    ranging from five years to life im-
    prisonment. Also that non-verified
    reports mention the arrest of at
    least 200 other Jews.
    Commons Hears Protest; MP
    Criticizes British Air Policies
    LONDON (JTA) Severe criti-
    cism of the policy of the British
    Overseas Airways Corporation, a
    Government agency; toward Jewish
    passengers on routes traversing the
    Middle East was voiced this week
    in a discussion in the House of
    Commons.
    The debate was precipitated by
    Barnett Janner, Labor M.P., who
    asked the government to explain
    why the BOAC put difficulties in
    the way of Jews, of British or other
    nationality, who wanted to travel
    to Iraq or through Iraq. He de-
    manded that the government ob-
    tain from the corporation assur-
    ances that such discrimination
    would cease.
    J. D. Profumo, Joint Parliamen-
    tary Secretary for the Ministry of
    Transportation and Civil Aviation,
    said that since 1950 the BOAC on
    the basis of an Iraqi regulation, had
    refused to take Jews on such routes
    unless they had special visas is-
    \ollins Sweeps to Victory over Johns
    m Senator LeRoy Collins, of
    pna>see. will be Florida's next'
    p.or to fill the unexpired
    ft I office left vacant by the
    Fh f Gov. Dan McCarty last
    MBber,
    "ins received an overwhelm-
    statewide vote in Tuesday's
    !on to down Acting Gov.
    , e Johls, who conceded de-
    1 to his opponent from his
    MnviUe headquarters at 9:25
    iJUesday evening.
    7 Co"nty\, 126 precincts ac-
    P* Collins 98,906 votes. Act-
    *"Jv Johns received only
    [r{ ballts which saddled him
    I th\tCru8hing 55'000 voU defi"
    r"t he could not make up
    "*re in Florida.
    [ n a" Precincts still not tal-
    lied, Collins led throughout the
    state by some 67,000 votes. Ap-
    proximately 25 outlying precincts
    of a total of 1.724 still remained
    uncounted, but observers indicat-
    ed little likelihood that the Col-
    lins victory margin would be cut
    significantly.
    In other local races, George
    Okell downed William Charles.
    74,718 to 45,841, for a seat in the
    state legislature from Group l
    John B. Orr, Jr.. will represent
    Group 2 in the legislature. He
    defeated Thomas E. Lee by some
    18,000 votes and garnering W,x>v
    Judge Raymond Nathan was re-
    turned to his bench in the Smalt
    Claims Court, defeating Leonard
    P. Cardone, 79,800 to 33,725.
    School Board candidates suc-
    cessful in Tuesday's race includ-
    ed Robert S. Butler, with 63,091,
    over James M. Noel, 40,841. Dis-
    trict 1; Mrs. Helen J. Vosloh,
    56 127, over Max P. Engel, 48,-
    428, District 2; and Dr. Raymond
    Van Dusen, 67.835 votes, over
    Frank E. Harlow, with 34,724,
    District 3.
    W D. Joyce will be Dade's pur-
    chasing agent again. He downed
    Jay P. Kendrick by some 5,ooo
    votes, scoring 58,894.
    Also winners were C. R. Gard-
    ner 50,919, for navigation dis-
    trict, and Harold A. Schuler, 54,-
    848, for county surveyor.
    Only 916 votes separated Cliff
    Continued on Pa90 3 A
    sued by Bagdad. Mr. Profumo in-
    sisted that such regulations had
    been issued in the interests of
    Jewish passengers, to avoid em-
    barrassment and inconvenience to
    them.
    At this point, another Laborite,
    Sidney Silverman, interjected that
    Iraq had refused to issue such visas
    to any Jew crossing its territory. He
    called the British Government's re-
    fusal to act in this matter "conniv-
    ance against British subjects tra-
    velling in British aircraft." Again
    Mr. Profumo insisted that the reg-
    ulations were in the best interests
    of Jewish passengers. He also said
    he knew of no case where a Jew-
    ish passenger had been halted in
    transit in Iraq.
    William Tecling, a Conservative
    MP, asked whether this ruling also
    applied to members of the staff of
    BOAC who were Jews. He asked
    for an assurance that under no cir-
    cumstances would the corporation
    refuse to hire Jews on this ac-
    count.
    Mr. Profumo said there had been
    no discrimination against mem-
    bers of the Jewish faith on BOAC's
    staff. The regulations, he added,
    referred to any person of the Jew-
    ish faith. He noted there were two
    other routes over which Jews could
    reach their destinations in the
    East.
    Those arrested and imprisoned
    have been charged with engaging
    in Zionist activities, with encourag-
    ing and assisting Jews to emigrate
    from Rumania, with establishing
    and maintaining contacts with the
    Lsrael legation and with the World
    Jewish Congress, and distributing ^
    relief funds received from Jews '
    abroad. V J
    Dr. Goldmann pointed out that
    at the time the defendants were
    engaged in Zionist activities "they
    were engaged in conduct which was
    unequivocally legal and which had
    either the expressed or tacit ap-
    proval of the Rumanian Govern-
    ment."
    "With respect to Zionism," he
    went on, "it need only be recalled
    that the end of 1945. the Rumanian
    Minister of the Interior reaffirmed
    the legality of Zionism in Rumania.
    This declaration asserted that the
    Zionist movement was a legally
    constituted body enjoying the same
    rights as all other groups."
    This was no less true of the close
    and fraternal relations which Ru-
    manian Jewry rapidly re-establish-
    ed with their fellow Jews abroad,
    after Rumania emerged from the
    darkness of the Hitler period, Dr.
    Goldmann declared.
    "It is apparent that the trials of
    the leaders of Rumanian Jewry is "
    a mere facade, designed to conceal
    the real aim of the Rumanian au-
    thorities which is to obliterate the
    last vestiges of spiritual autonomy
    of the Jewish community and to
    cut off all contact between Jews
    of Rumania and their fellow Jews
    in other parts of the world."
    Asserting that the Jewish people
    will not accept the decision of the
    Rumanian authorities which, in ef-
    fect, spell the valedictory for Ru-
    manian Jewry, and because these
    decisions are both savage and inde-
    cent, Dr. Goldmann urged the civil-
    ized world to speak up "until Ru-
    mania recants for its calloused
    treatment of the leaders of Ruman-
    ian Jewry and restores to these
    leaders their freedom and opportu-
    nity of work in the interests of
    their fellow Jews."
    The "White Paper" estimates the
    present Jewish population of Ru-
    mania to be about 400,000. Losses
    under the Nazi regime were about
    350,000 dead and over $1,000,000 in
    assets. It is also estimated that
    some 150,000 Jews had left Ru-
    mania for Israel.
    fr -fr -fr
    BULLETIN
    WASHINGTON (JTA)The Ru-
    manian National Committee here
    charged this week that Jews who
    returned to Rumania from Israel
    were being "conditioned" to act as
    prosecution witnesses in a forth-
    coming trial of Zionist leaders now
    imprisoned in Rumania.
    The committee said the return of
    Jews "is assuming the proportions
    of a major tragedy for the Jewish
    people." It reported that those
    Jews "lured by the glittering prom-
    ises of the Rumanian People's Re-
    public authorities met the expect-
    able disillusionments upon landing.
    Most of them have been unable to
    find either lodgings or employ-
    ment, though both had been prom-
    ised them."


    PAGE 2 A
    Jan Peerce to Appear Here for Bond
    Drive; Westview Affair Nets $300,000
    A concert featuring internation-
    ally-famed tenor Jan Peerce will be
    held in the Miami Beach Audi-
    torium at the end of June under
    auspices of the State of Israel Bond
    Organization, it was announced this
    week by Jacob Sher, Greater Miami
    chairman.
    Admission will be free to all
    those who purchase or sell a speci-
    fied number of Development Issue
    bonds.
    The concert will be a follow up
    to Saturday's successful dinner ten-
    dered by Mr. and Mrs. Sher in
    Westview Country Club honoring
    Trustees, Guardians and Sponsors
    of Israel and marking Israel's Sixth
    Anniversary.
    More than $300,000 in Develop-
    ment Bonds were sold in connec-
    tion with this event, making it the
    ini^t successful ever held in this
    area for the Israel Bond Organiza-
    tion since inception of the cam-
    paign in 1951.
    Sher welcomed guests and intro-
    duced Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of
    Temple Emanu-El. who officiated
    at the candlelightng ceremony,
    when a huge birthday cake in the
    shape of Israel was displayed. Mr.
    and Mrs. Sher each lighted three
    candlc>. symbolizing Israel's six
    yean <>1 statehood.
    Kabbi Max Shapiro stressed the
    important role played by Israel
    Bonds in the economic develop-
    ment of Israel and urged all those
    present to continue providing the
    vital investment capital required
    by Israel.
    A poem dedicated to Israel
    Bonds and composed by Mrs. Sarah
    Czech was read by Mrs. Ruth Cher-
    ner. Mrs. Czech also presented a
    $5 000 check to Sher in payment for
    Development Bonds, thus becoming
    the largest woman investor in the
    new issue in the Greater Miami
    area.
    It was decided by Sher. the host,
    that the large birthday cake would
    be sent to the Jewish Home for the
    Aged.
    Israeli songs were sung by Miss
    Aviva Ilalaban. talented Israeli so-
    prano, who received a warm recep-
    tion from the guests
    Sher announct-d that the follow-
    ing had become Trustees of Nr.nl
    through their investment of a mini
    mum of S10.000 in Development
    Issue Bond.- Joaafpt Weinkle, JacoD
    Sher, Samuel C. Stampleman. Jack
    Carner, Benjamin N. Kane. Louis
    E. Wolfson and Abe Mailman.
    Immediately alter his announce-
    ment five gue-ils present announced
    their intention of becoming Trus-
    tew Sidney D. An.in, Max Wtitz.
    Abe Kiirinyn. David Provus and
    LARGEST INVESTOR: Mrs. Scrrah Czech presents a check for
    S5.000 as her investment in Israel Bonds to Jacob Sher (left).
    Greater Miami chairman, as Joseph Cherner looks on. As a
    result ol purchase check. Mrs. Czech is the largest woman in-
    vestor in Development Issue Bonds in this area.
    another HOME MILK
    Contest Winner!
    WINNER OF HOME MILK'S LIGHT
    CREAM RECIPE CONTEST
    MRS. RAY SULLIVAN
    922 N.E. 91 t Terrete
    Miami, FUriaa
    HIRt'S TMI $25 PRIZE WINNING HOME MILK
    LIGHT CIEAM RECIPE:
    HOME SWEET HOME LEMON HI
    2 tablespoons
    '. trjspoon a
    1 cup HOME MILK LIGHT CREAM
    Orated rind and Juice ol I large lemon
    2 eggs
    1 cup sugar
    1 baked 9 inch pie shell
    Into a large mixing bowl put 1 cup sugar and 2
    tablespoons flour and blend. Add grated lemon rind
    and Juice of 1 lemon. Add 2 egg yolks (well beat-
    en), w teaspoon salt and 1 cup HOME MILK
    LIGHT CREAM, mixing all together until smooth
    and well blended. Pour mixture into top part of
    double boiler and cook over boiling water until
    thick Partially cool and fold in stiffly beaten
    whites of two eggs, or may use egg whites in
    meringue .for top if preferred.
    Final winner in HOME MILK'S contest series
    will be (hewn in this newspaper next week.
    Actual State laboratory
    tests proce HOME
    flour
    If
    MILK exceeds state nu
    trition requirements by
    13.14 .
    Always serve your family
    pure Home Milk with
    higher nutritive value.
    Isadora Hecht Jr. making a total
    of 15 Trustees. The original goal of
    10 Trustees in this area has now
    been increased to 25.
    The target for Greater Miami in
    1954 has been set at $750,000.
    which is one percent of the overall
    national target of $75,000,000.
    Mrs. Sher wore a pale-blue gown.
    She and Mr. Sher received the
    guests at the entrance to the West-
    view clubhouse. Cocktails were
    served in the bar, prior to a buf-
    fet dinner in the main Dining
    Room. A trio provided music
    through the entire evening.
    Osests Incises* Mr and Mra Mi.h-
    :i,l AII.-H Mi ""' Mr Samuel Alt-
    man, Mi and Mrs rlldne) l> \neln.
    Mi end Mre. l-ronar.l Etarr, Mi and
    \l, Mevei Kai i-in Mra Kasnuel I i
    Mi end Mr- William Born-
    -,. in Hi ,,, i Mrs J.uk i'hiimt, Mr
    .mil Mr> .I, -pli Ch.-in.-i Mi .mil
    k i ...,. M .!> ivurl. Mrs.
    Harah < "a.-, li. Mra. r'rnnces r.ntine.
    i >.irah Waxnuin. Mr BSSfl Mr.
    \f...- rYinsold Mi Hi -> r*ii
    Mi- Ph>lfls rialne), Mr Joseph Oas-
    -.nil. -1 hi. r. Mi- Ruth Useeennelmer.
    m and mi- Ham Oerelelst, Mrs.
    Leon Goodman, Mleeee Lillian and
    Bethel O.....Iman, Mre Jennie Ores*
    singer, Ml and Mi- I ant (Irossmsj),
    Mr and Mrs. Isadora Hecht Jr.. Mra.
    Anna Wolf HirschmsA, Mrs. I .eon
    Ml and Mi- llpiijamin N.
    Kane, Mr and Mi- HownM Kane.
    Mr ami Mr* Aarun Kanner, Mr. and
    Mra Morrta Klsss, Mr. and Mre. Abe
    K..iiniiii Mi and Mre. Sam Iatchman,
    Mr anil Mra Rhine) bsfeoort, Knbhl
    and Ml- livins; lehrman. .Mr. Hhel-
    don Leh huk. Mr and Mre. Laurence
    1^-venh m
    Mr and Mrs. Sam I.uby. Mr. Ben
    M'wis. Mi. anil Mra. Jack Murav-
    . huk. Mi- si.i nl.> C. Meyers. Mr.
    end Mi- IlimiI Phillips. Mr. and Mm.
    Hum Platnff, Mre Miriam I Tree, Mr.
    and Mre. David Provus, Mrs. Matilda
    Kainer, Mr ami Mra. Miwes Itauiln,
    Pr. and Mrs. Hen Konenberic. SWI
    Rkni II Root. Mr anil Mrs. Hennotli
    Rubin, Mr. and Mi- Simon K. Rubin.
    " 1 ranc-ea Ruliin. Mr. Irving Baal.
    Mr and Mra Herbert Better, Mrs
    Monte Belts. Rabbi ami Mm Max Sha-
    wn.. Mr .irid Mra H II Sllv rrman.
    Mr anil Mra s.im BlmonbofT, Mra
    Kathei Sin*:.'. Mi anil Mre William
    ...i Mi an.l Mr- iiul Weinkle.
    I Mi- .Max WeltS, Ida Weasel.
    ,**W Sisterhood Formed
    Sisterhood of Congregation
    An.-he Ernes was organized May
    19. Mrs. Lee Rothbeind. of 2525
    SW 23rd ave.. has been elected tem-
    porary chairman.
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    f, MAY 28, 1954
    iard iiuttttadt
    in Chicago
    ?ago (JTA) Richard E.
    it, executive vice chairman
    | Anti-Defamation League of
    jj'rith, died here Saturday
    iHe was born in San Fran-
    years ago.
    ng the first to recognize the
    of Nazism to democratic
    Everywhere, Mr. Gutstadt
    fed national renown as a lec-
    fend community leader dur-
    j '30s, when he stumped the
    y, organizing opposition to
    owing Fascist movement in
    buntry. He became an out-
    }ig authority on the native
    i movement in the period be-
    Srorld War II, the source of
    tier and its association and
    trig by the Nazis.
    IGutstadt became national di-
    of the ADL in 1931 and
    until 1948 when he was
    executive vice chairman.
    j president of Sinai Congre-
    I in Chicago when he died.
    2J2*istLrhridlian
    -r-r-
    U nf i- iJACK H,RSCH
    Surviving are hi.' l-l "\ \X "
    '"". Jerry, and four brother and
    j------------------i
    MISS FRANIA PEPPER
    Chapel of Oordon Funeral Home^'uT'
    ial was at WoodJawn Stnetery.
    Obituaries
    49
    died
    llo
    MRS. MILDRED J. SILVER
    o.ne ma in aterg^of rrJTiJ.SSSS
    87 ofMrs?-- ,BRU.C"A BUSMAN
    8/, or !., ( oral u.ly dl d M
    She came from Cleveland. :->
    ugo. Surv ving are three sons \ ,,
    rice and Hill. both of Mian Hen h
    and Dr. Harry Gus.nan7 nev.- ,,, '
    th.ee daughters, Mrs. Bertha HtaJh'
    Miami Beach Mrs. Anna I,! ,, C w .":
    land; and Mrs Sara Bailsman Las
    Vatae, Nev. Services were r\,\..
    land, with Gordon', Miami Fun.-,.,!
    Home In chare* or local arranemenu
    ,o -..- DAV,D BALSAM
    ^'.i. ,.'.".*-'"' "' Miami Beach, a
    W "l;nl iTocer, died May K Shi"
    "'';'' rV',; "s, """' l,,M Beach Me-
    morial ( hapel, with burial In Ml Nebo
    Cemetery, Mr. Balsam wan a mem-
    bar of I..- North Shore Jewish Com-
    munliyJ enter. Besides hla wife, \i,s
    Dm-a Basam h.- leaves four H'
    Nathan. Joseph. Charles ami sI,,,,,
    and a daughter. Bylvla, all ol .Miami
    DR. SAMUEL SLAFF
    ...i, of 11 iii Venetian Way. died May 7
    The bod) waa aent l.v the 1;.-... i, Me-
    morial Funeral Home to Weatcheatei
    NY., for services and burial. Dr. Slaff
    ii',';!'"''!.'!'.''"'-'' "'" to Miami rrom
    llnllls. N.Y.. alx yeara ago. Bealdea
    his wife. Mis Minnie .Slaff, he leave)
    a son. Louis. .,f N,w fork, and a
    daughter, Mrs. Leah Kahaner, of Hol-
    tichurl Gutstmdt
    iman Unveiling
    ! dedication of a monument to
    nemory of the late Adolph
    nann. formerly of 825 W 40th
    bill take place Sunday, May
    |:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cem-
    with Rabbi Samuel Machtei
    ating. Mr. Friedmann is sur-
    I by his wife Marie; one broth-
    buis Friedmann of Miami And
    [sisters; Mrs. Bertha Hecht,
    [Clarence Meltzer, Mrs. Clara
    p of Chicago and Mrs. William
    nan and Mrs. Julius Kobins of
    ersonville, N C. Arrangements
    charge of Thurmond Monu-
    Company. Friends and rela-
    lare asked to attend.
    MRS. ANNA ISERSON
    7j. died May In at her home, 2001 S\V
    Z3rd at. Funeral services were held
    at the Cordon Miami Chapel, lturlal
    followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs.
    Iaeison came to Miami Irora New
    York 14 years ago. She leaves three
    sons, Krneat. of Miami, and Howard
    and Fred, New York: three 'laughters,
    Miss Agnea, Miami: Mrs. Kva Samuel,
    New York; and Mrs. laabelle Buum-
    berg, Boston; eight grandchildren and
    five great -grandchildren.
    II Ol IM Siv?E,UA COHEN
    here for a ",''"h ,"'" "Pliant
    mved to Mtam?'*.....' Kfy B
    ann ,'>', IL1' u'"'".....* "< V1'-
    fcnrMr'hV,<;r "*SWn^ffini
    10 o |RS- LENA SALMON
    the a5'"!,"' ,""" 'wih Homa for
    "f1' "" *y II at a local boa'
    'els o- S' "l?v'd '" %,ll""l three
    L "?" fr*"" N,w Vork City. She
    ' ,','n 'IV' ,""- """"""t-- I'mlip, of
    J'ami Beach, ami two daughters
    i:;;'1!1'11,1".....'"^.......nt,;-
    " , .,, J- SAMUEL MAS
    ;''!" I 'rlvl- tve., Miami Beach,
    tied Saturday. Services were held In
    rtoaech'aM M;;"""lal CtaapS; Mlam
    \iV ? ""rUffjat, came to
    Miami fr,,,,, New York 3 ^
    .. number of years he operated a
    In ^ m -,"1,s"-' "'! Wnshing-
    I,' ;; u'h":" H,"a''"-an with the Uhelan Drug Company, Inc
    He leave, hla wlfa, Mrs. Pannla liaa
    Service Nawton, in the military
    ,..,., ,M*V MORRISON
    , iZ2 Meridianave., Miami Beai h, pasa-
    <;i awaj .May j.-,. survived by ion
    Alex, and datujhter, Edith, Barvtcei
    Ware held at Beach Memorial Chapel.
    ANNIE SILVERMAN
    ... roraierl) of MM Prairie ave., Mi-
    ami Beach, passed awaj al her borne
    |' ,l Bh ll survived by three
    daughters; Miss Rebecca Bllverman,
    Mis. Rose Dubin and Mrs. Dorothi
    Kerness. Services were held In Provl-
    R l. Arrangements were in
    charge of Qordon'l Miami Beach
    i hapel.
    NORMAN EHRLICH
    I, of nils Jefferson ave., Miami
    fwach, ......I May mth. funeral serv-
    ices and burial ware In New Castle,
    Pa. Mr Khrlii h. a retired merchant,
    came to Miami from New Castle six
    months up. Besides his wife, Mrs.
    Blanche Khrllih, he leaves a daugh-
    ter. Mrs. Xatlle Winokur, of Wyn-
    MORRIS ARONSON
    57, of 2160 lark ave.. Miami Reach,
    died May 10. A salesman, he came
    here five years ago and la survived by
    hie wife, Mrs. h\ty Aronson. Services
    and burial were in New York, with
    local arrangements by Hellman'a Fu-
    neral Chapel.
    xr Unveiling
    dedication of a monument
    i memory of the late Kalman
    r, formerly of 757 Michigan
    I will take place Sunday, May
    [0:30 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cem-
    |. Mr. Lazar is survived by his
    Mollie; two sons. Jack, of
    pi Beach, and Leo, of New
    f, also daughter, Mrs. Evelyn
    of Miami Beach and one
    Nr- Arrangements are in
    pe of Palmer's Miami Monu-
    Company. Friends and rela-
    te asked to attend.
    ii Unveiling
    N dedication of a monument
    ff memory of the late Maxamil-
    [Zoref. formerly of 1533 Jeffer-
    ^venue, will take place Sunday,
    .30th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
    ptery with Rabbi Leon Kronish
    Mtmg. Mr. Zoref is survived by
    pife Helen; one son, Gustave;
    t daughters, Mrs. Marian East-
    . Mrs. LilUan Oscar, Mrs. Char-
    t Mosedale; one sister, Mrs. Ber-
    l=>*artz and four grandchildren.
    ygements are in charge of
    >nd Monument Company.
    mas and relatives are asked to
    fllins is Victor
    ^ntinuad from P.o* 1 A
    fel' nd George L. Hollahan,
    La seat in the stte legisla-
    i Jr"m 0">up 3. MerreU aeor-
    f^'i5 Ullies over Holtahan's
    , Accrding to Carl Homer,
    >lnn?0T of registration,
    lt TT absen,ee ballots remain-
    ed # unted brf Herre
    r Mfely coun >e office as
    LILLIAN TOPOL
    6211 Alton rd., Miami Beach, passed
    away May 11. Survived by her hus-
    band, Benjamin, sons Mitchell and
    Jack; daughter Mildred Ostrow, sis-
    ter, Rebecca Brill. Services were held
    at Beach Memorial Chapel. Interment
    was In Mt. N,bo Cemetery.
    HYMAN SEDLIK
    K, nf 101 Euclid ave., Miami Beach,
    retired restaurant owner who came
    here eight years ago from New York,
    died May 11. He is survived by his
    wife, Mi illy, two sons, Nathan and
    Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Itae Sues-
    kind, all of Miami, a brother, a sister
    and seven grandchildren. Services
    were held at Gordon's Miami Beach
    Chapel with burial at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
    tery. _______
    MRS. MILDRED J. SILVER
    41, of 4 Antilla ave.. Coral Uahles.
    died May 11. Services were held in
    the Miami Chapel of Gordon Funeral
    Home. She had lived here for the
    past two years and was formerly of
    Akron, Ohio. She leaves her husband.
    Charles; a daughter. Mrs. Zelma
    Cress, of Coral Gables, and one grand-
    child.
    WILLIAM QOTTESMAN
    It, of 95 Bay dr., a retired tailor who
    came here nine years ago from New
    York, died May IZ. Survivors include
    his wife, Reva. a daughter, Mrs. Ruth
    Ferrv, both of Miami Beach, a broth-
    er and a grandchild. Services were
    held in Gordon's Miami Beach Chapel
    with burial at Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
    SAMUEL BELOV
    prominent violinist, vlollst and con-
    ductor, died May 17 while vis it mt
    relatives In Rochester. N.Y. He med
    at 4744 SW Second st. A native of
    Russia, Mr. Belov moved here in 14
    after retlrln as conductor of the
    Kastman School of Music orchestra at
    Rochester after 29 years there v.itn
    his brother. Joel, another violinist and
    vlollst who was a member of the Lni-
    verslty of Miami music frailty. Mr.
    Belov came to this country in the rrrst
    decade of the century, since nis re-
    tirement five years ago he had oeen
    giving private lessons here.
    MRS. VALENTINE ESKENAZI
    4. died Monday at her home 4100 t o
    Una ave, Miami Beach. She BBIW
    from New York City seven years a,o
    surviving are her mother, M^J*
    Kakenail. and a sister Mrs. "'.-'
    Carlton. Services an, burial wll be in
    Hew York, with Beach Memoiiai
    Chapel in charge locally.
    CANTOR LOUIS VE"H8^YLf.er-
    pie Beth Sholi.m: ^"UKTcffii
    gregation. conducted th'-^,ea"Videly
    init--, pa.
    MRS. BESS VIZENTHAL
    4S, of :i2i NW 39th ave.. who came
    from Chicago eight years ago, died
    May 20. Surviving are her husband,
    George; her mother, Mrs. Rebecca
    Uothman, of Miami Beach; two daugh-
    ters, Mrs, Roehelle Morris, of Kver-
    green. Colo., and Mrs. Blossom Tres-
    selt, of New York City; three broth-
    ers; a sister, Mrs. Johanna Marcus,
    of Miami, and one grandchild. Serv-
    ices were held at Gordon Funeral
    Home. Burial followed al Mt. Nebo
    Cemetery.
    SAMUEL LESSER
    , died May 1. Coining here three
    years ago he made his residence at
    884 80th St., Miami Beach. In addi-
    tion to his sons, he is survived by his
    Wife, Anna, und four grandchildren.
    Barvloea were held in the Miami Beuch
    Chapel "f Gordon Funeral Home with
    buriul In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
    MRS. SADIE KALB
    73. of .".21 NW 33rd ave., died May 17.
    She was formerly i.f New York and
    moved here 11 years ago. She leaves
    two suns. Henry, of West Orange,
    N.J., ami Murray, of Los Angeles, and
    tu daughters, lira Kale Hammel
    and Miss Frances Kalb, both of Mi-
    ami. Services were held In the Miami
    Riverside Memorial Chapel. Burial
    followed in New York.
    MRS. MOLLIE COHEN
    Sfi, of 6822 Almansa ave.. Coral Gab-
    les, died May 16. services were held
    in Akron. Gordon Miami Funeral
    Home was in charge locally. She
    leaves her daughter, Mi's. Anne Shaw,
    of Coral Gables, whom she has been
    visiting; her husband. Hairy, and a
    son, Albert, of Youngstown, Ohio.
    MRS. ROSE QEDULDIO
    78, of 1017 Jefferson ave.. Miami
    Bench, died May 19. A winter resi-
    dent since 1925, she moved to Miami
    Beach permanently In 1943 and form-
    erly operated the Cameo Hotel and
    the Rivervlew Apartment Hotel with
    her son, Harry- Site leaves two other
    eons, Irving and Abraham; three
    daughters, Mrs. Stella Goodman, Mrs.
    Krma Groas and Mra. Ruth Gross;
    nine grandchildren and two great-
    grandchildren, all of New York. Serv-
    ices were held at Riverside Chapel.
    Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo
    Cemetery. _______
    MRS. SARAH SIMON
    83. who came here 14 years ago from
    New York, died Saturday at her home.
    5371 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach. Sur-
    viving are her husband. Aaron; a win.
    Robert, of California; a sister. Mrs.
    Flora Mane, Miami Beach; a brother
    and a granddaughter, Mrs. William
    H Lee, with whom she made her
    home. Services were held In R'ver-
    ide Memoiiai Chapel, Miami Beach,
    with burial In New York.
    NAT E. KATZ
    67. of 2716 SW 15th St.. who came here
    14 years ago from Brooklyn, died Sun-
    day at home. He was a retired sales-
    man Mr. Kata was a member of
    Temple Israel, the Klks Lodge and a
    |fe member of the Jew sh Home for
    the Aged. Survivors include his wife.
    Charlotte. Servlcea were held In Gor-
    don's Miami Chapel.
    MRS. ZAHDA ARNSTEIN
    64 of 1255 Lenox ave., died Ma> 13.
    She lived here eight years, coming
    from New Ynrk. Surviving are her
    huaband. Mortimer U. and a son. Al-
    bertof Greater Miami, and a brother
    m New York City. Riverside Miami
    it.-..'.-h sent the body to Brooklyn for
    icrvtcea and burial.
    MRS. ANNA KRIEOER
    71 of n:< StillwaWT dr.. Miami Beach.
    ,'ii.'.d May 14. Hhe moved here six
    vea^s K" from New Y..rk < n* Mrs
    Kileser leaves two daughters Mrs.
    Ruth Ros-'nbloom and Mrs. Rhoda Oel-
    Prvmg," ni^ktvrW;vV.es and imrla.
    L.ia in New York. Beach Me-
    mortal"."-^ wT. in charge of local
    arrangements.
    PAGE 3 A
    JWV Honor Guard Memorial Servire
    The Jewish War Veterans' Honor Guard of Dade County will
    hold its annual Memorial Day services on Sunday, May 30, 10:30 a.m ,
    at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
    Hy M. Morris, Past Department Commander of the State of
    Honda, is chairman of the Memorial Day services, with Sidney Horn
    as co-chairman.
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Department Chaplain, will give the prin-
    cipal address,, with. Jack. Silver, Chaplain of. the Honor Guard, chant-
    ing the El Holeh Rachamirri, traditional memorial prayer.
    The services will conclude with the firing of three volleys by
    the firing squad, under the direction of Major Kenneth C. Braidman,
    and the sounding of taps.
    Color guards of the various Jewish War Veterans Posts in the
    area will participate with their individual colors.
    HARRY W. REINER
    62-year-old representative of several
    motion picture companies, advertis-
    ing man and entertainment promoter,
    V.";!1 Ma,y..13' He c,,me Miami In
    .'111 and lived at 6217 SW ,-,7th ave
    for several years Mr. Ilelner worked
    In the advertising departments of
    Loews anil ItKi i pictures. Atom- time
    He was part owner of a chain of the-
    aters in Long Island, N.Y. He was a
    member of the Variety Club and a life
    member of the Munini Lodge of Ma-
    sons in New Tora City. Survivors
    Include Ins wif.., Mary, of Miami, and
    a sister. Sei vices and burial were in
    New TVk, With RfVerolde Miami Ku-
    ril ml Home in charge of local ar-
    rangements.
    NATHAN BLACK
    6, or 8969 Froude ave., SurfaMe, a
    Former councilman of Montloello, l-la
    died May 14. He leaves Ills wit.-. It..-'
    becca, a daughter, Mrs. Muriel Gold-
    berg, both nf Burfslde, and thru sis-
    ter*. Servlcei Were held al Beach
    Memorial Chapel with burial in Ml.
    Nebo Cemetei y.
    JULIUS HANDSELL
    ,7, of 1SSI SW 22nd tar, resident here
    six years, died May 14. He moved to
    Miami from Chicago. He Is survived
    by his wife. Rose, a son, Bernard, and
    8 daughter, Miss Jean Handsell. anil
    three grandchildren, all of Miami
    Servlcea were held In Gordon Miami
    Chapel. Burial followed In Mt. Sinai
    Cemetery.
    MISS SOPHIE ODLE
    74, of 7ii2 1.1th st., Miami Beach, died
    May II. Services were held in Beach
    Memorial Chapel. She Is survived by
    a nephew, Harry Itclkin, of Miami
    Beach.
    MRS. HELEN STEUBER
    :.?. a Itonsevelt Hospital nurse who
    drowned May It near 3th st. on
    Miami Beach. Services and burial were
    held in Perth Amboy. N.J. Beach
    Memorial Chapel was In charge here.
    She is survived by a daughter, of
    Perth Amboy. She had been a win-
    ter visitor to this area for many years.
    MRS. ROSE M. SABEN
    44, of X26 34th st Miami Beach, who
    came here seven years ago from Neu -
    ark, died May 13. She is survived bj
    her husband, Gustave and two daugh-
    ters. Irene and Linda, all of Miami
    Beach, and three brothers. Services
    were in Riverside Miami Beach Chapel
    with burial In Star of David Cemetery.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 23098
    P.K: KSTATK OF
    samiki. .i. ACGl'ST, Deceaaed
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NiiTICE Is hereby given that I hate
    filed my final report and petition for
    linal Discharge as Administratrix of
    the ,-staie of SAMT'BL J. AUfJl'RT.
    deceaaed; and that on the Slat daj of
    June, iti'.i. win apply to the Honor-.
    able \\\ Kl.AXTuN. I'......ly .hiilne
    of Dade County, Florida, for apt...... r
    of said final report.and for final I--
    charge as Admlnlatratrlx of the Ksiate
    of SAM URL .1. AUGUST, deceaaed.
    This 15th day of Hay, 1854.
    s/ II11.MA 111 INK. ACGl'ST,
    Admlnlttra trlx
    M W I! SILVER
    Attorney for Admlnlatratrlx
    \/2S 6/4-11-II
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTIi'K IS IIKRKIIV CIVKN thlit
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    AI'KKKMAN MORTGAGE AGENCY.
    at 37 N.K. 1st Avenue, Miami. Ha., in-
    tend to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    LEO AI'KKKMAN
    BABETTE 8. ACKERMAN
    MAX R, SILVER
    Attorney for Applicants
    922 Seyhold Building, Miami, Florida
    1/91 8/4-ll-lS
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    Published avary Friday tine* 1927 by tha Jtwlih
    Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida
    Entered at eecond-clasi matter July 4. 1130, at the Peat
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    FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
    LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor
    Friday, May 28, 1954
    Volume 28 Number 22
    Iyar 25, 5714
    Apologies Are \o Help
    A mass of apologies by our State Depart-
    ment has not been able to set aside the harm
    done Israel during the past lew weeks follow-
    ing Assistant Secretary Henry A. Byroade's
    Dayton, O., and Philadelphia addresses. It is
    clear that the Arab nations have interpreted
    Mr. Byroade's remarks as constituting retrench-
    ments in the held of Israel-American relations.
    The Assistant Secretary, in Istanbul this
    week, denied that he ever urged the Jewish
    State to limit its immigration as a means ot
    allaying Arab fears before "Zionist expansion."
    For the first time, we note with satisfaction our
    State Department's ill-advised haste in publish-
    ing the controversial addresses and in distrib-
    uting copies of them to the various mass com-
    munications media.
    For it seem to us that Mr. Byroade is now im-
    paled upon the meaning of his recorded words,
    and Washington officials know this well. In
    the light of obvious high-level government em-
    barrassment embarrassment which elicited
    red-faced praise for Israel from John Foster
    Dulles this week, as well as cssurances to Am-
    bassador Abba Eban of continued U.S. friend-
    ship toward the Jewish State we observe
    with added bitterness the underwriting of arms
    aid to the Near East.
    This double-edged diplomacy words for
    Israel and guns for the Arabs will not ad-
    vance our role in the world as a leader of free
    peoples and free nations. Excuses also in this
    area of our government's foreign operations,
    with the observation that a policy of Commu-
    nist containment there must mean arms to
    Iraq and that the possibility of a "second
    round" is merely a figment of Israel's imagina-
    tion, hardly alleviates the tense Near Eastern
    scene.
    The British, great Arab supporters and Jor-
    dan's spiritual father, have been forced to raise
    their conservative voices
    American arms aid.
    in protest against
    Ffew Trend in Kashral h
    Food Fair. Inc., opened a Kosher meat mar-
    *et in its Alton rd. store on Wednesday. This
    move on the part of one of the nation's largest
    operators of supermarkets, we believe, sets a
    precedent that continues unequalled in the his-
    tory of our nation's retail enterprises.
    We feel the venture will attract the attention
    end interest of many areas throughout the
    country, whose leaders will certainly measure
    the impact of a Kosher meat department in a
    supermarket on Greater Miami.
    Principally altruistic motives were the im-
    pulse governing the new Food Fair innovation.
    The organization's officials, for one thing be-
    lieve that every person who buys Kosher meat
    should be assured of its Kashruth in the fullest
    sense of the word. The Alton rd. store will bring
    that assurance to its patrons, with the integrity
    of the Food Fair superchain standing behind it.
    Economically, the venture must also be sound
    for this step to be taken.
    It seems to us that this will do much to allay
    the series of charges and counter-charges that
    has brought discredit to Kashruth amonq retail
    stores locally.
    More important is the fact that Food Fair in-
    tends to bring the price of Kosher meat within
    reasonable range. The market's vast purchas-
    ing power can pass on to the Kosher meat buy-
    ing public approximately the same savings as
    are now available in the superchain's non-
    Kosher department.
    Here, again, the new venture should serve
    as a stimulant to local retail stores which will
    profit by increased demands for kosher meat.
    Many residents here have been finding it
    increasingly difficult to stay up with the in-
    ordinate advances in the price of Kosher meat
    and will now be able to obtain the beef and
    poultry of their choice at nominal additional
    cost as a result of this added consumer volume.
    A general reawakening of interest in ritually
    prepared meat is bound to take place in Miami
    as a result. Too many people have been forced
    in the past to make compromises with their
    spiritual beliefs in this regard.
    If that need is as widespread as local opinion
    has heretofore insisted, then this present Food
    Fair More is a step in the right direction.
    THIS IS A PERftCT CAMOUFLAGE FOR US
    Quick and sound thinking by some of our
    well informed communal leaders last week
    averted an occurrence that would have reflect-
    ed poorly on Jewish residents here.
    A number of excessively spirited individuals
    permitted their political inclinations momentar-
    ily to becloud their sense of dignity and pro-
    priety when they scheduled a rally for a guber-
    natorial candidate in Knesseth Israel Congre-
    gation.
    We feel certain that the intense excitement
    of the last weeks of the campaign was alone
    responsible for this error in judgment and that
    the individuals involved would never have sub-
    mitted to using a House of Worship for political-
    ly partisan purposes under ordinary circum-
    stances.
    We are also certain that the congregation's
    members would not themselves have consider-
    ed such a rally favorably were they aware that
    It had been scheduled. The community is grate-
    ful to those well informed leaders who, at all
    times aware of events going on within our
    midst moved to show the few individuals in-
    volved the danger inherent in their original
    plan. 3
    The individuals are also to be commended
    for their rapid recognition of a seeming mis-
    judgment, as well a, f0l their cooperation in
    removing the rally to more suitable quarters.
    Ben l-sseii Appointed
    We note the appointment last week of Miami
    attorney Ben Essen to the post of Deputy Grand
    Master of the 28th MasoruY District.
    This is the first time in the history of Masonrv
    bneinen a,e^F1rida ,ha' 8Uch an hn^ai
    munityaCCOrded member ol ,he com-
    JOL ?Se^Jhas been ac,ive locay or many
    5hS nunfi"0111 HiS MaSOmC ^ievement.7
    which number among them his past office as!
    Master of Hibucus Lodge. Miami fcaS? he is
    also a past president of the Miami Jewish Com
    munity Center, was treasurer of Sholem Lodge
    Bna, Br,th. and trustee of HUM Foundation
    Mr. Essen served in office with the Zionist
    Organizanon here and Beth David Synagogue
    We add our felicitations, along with those
    of the general community. i congratulating
    M^n^tn. honor accorded him by 2
    During The Week...a. Is
    y LEO MINDL

    IN
    'W-'V^-'W^WW-'W^WW
    THURSDAY. 6:30 PAL Federation
    Di Lido Hotel. There was good bit ol the 0lVT1 *J
    fessionals being congratulated by CJA la- ,1^Ct5UN*3
    quently rose to make their private modesty PXU'"*
    of appreciation in the form of plaques and r,V* ""Isf
    I felt I could see the lay leaders secre.lv "1 ^'f^ '
    thc.r singular fortune at having lived .hru| "It? *
    out severe injury to themselves. This r r011r" ^
    the case, and I confess recalling a bitter remark Vs "^l
    Abba Hillel Silver several years ago in which ',0 "M.
    population of some 90.00C.Jews and^s annu^W4
    neighborhood of lour million dollars with Mb. apPw1 *
    Jewish community and the amount it has been expeflj^J
    Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, executive director hr,n
    to a rejoicing audience and already then la.d the /rZhJJ
    years campaign when he spoke of Miamis needs ^^3
    by Federation partic.pating agencies and their mUX
    delineated FRIDAY, 10:00 PM. Me, with oldKf,!
    Rehashed were days long gone. Mrs. George Cronin KafJj?
    of the English faculty at the University of Miairi ZS
    office at the U of M. Among our recollection, were lectW.
    heard, a colleague who several weeks ago was awariedVL
    Henry prize for one of his literary work- the Truman niTi
    (when Time Magazine published a portrait of Thomas E. Dr.
    cover to scoop the nation) and evening spent in the sort of
    discussion that would now shatter our confidence.
    Most of all. the recollections proved that William W
    poem. "Tintcrn Abbey." is romantic in the tradition of roaa-
    helpcd forge which is to say that it i- treacherously um^J
    trustworthy, that recollection h i painfully difficult thin; J
    can only rarely bridge the gap between what was and what is
    SATURDAY, 6:30 PM. Arrived with m\ wife at Wesrdej]
    Club and found that the Israel Bond affa r -ponsored by Mr.|
    Jacob Sher would not start until two hour- later, the periods]
    to be taken up with genteel imbibing. For the iirst time inn,
    I placed my foot on a "brass rail and found that it didn't 1
    now a total teetotaller: neither do I drink, which I have;
    done, nor do I smoke, which I used to do in unreasonably 1
    tity. Engaged in intimate conversation with a number of ]_
    munity leaders. About us, fell the reputation, of a goodly I
    personi whom one generally places in that very generali
    "eornrnunity leader." Assassination ran Among the I
    tims were members of the Miami Beach c;>> government; <
    to me that emergency councilmanic elections are quite in ordcr3
    Nor could many members of the legal profession comeuj
    of their stricken colleagues, for few of them were left toi
    a role by the time dinner was announce! It appeared:
    to be unimportant and to entertain little fear of similar I
    the hands of ones friends SATURDAY. 10:30 PX
    Shapiro discussed briefly the new Israel Bond Development IsmI
    the sixth anniversary celebration at Westvu-u He didn't kml
    much for it to be apparent that Mr. Sher is doing a splendid jif
    bond organization's new chairman in Miami A drive that tat
    low here for want of leadership seems suddenly to be revitil
    own fear is that the resurgence of support will not peterNt^
    the initial enthusiasm for the Independence Issue in 1951.
    Rabbi Shapiro raised many pertinent questions ansjj
    that of aliyah. Ardent Israeli Zionists still ..uticipate the vira
    migration of American Jewry to the new republic. Joseph Sp
    discussed this with the spiritual leader during his trip to Israeli
    years ago. Rabbi Shapiro fortuitously offered two versions of kH
    The first was that he had told Mr. Sprinzak the time wasnotr
    for such a venture. American Jewry, he said, was othertwl
    here in guaranteeing Israel's future economically and P"1^
    second reply vaguely suggested that the turn would never be
    such aliyah so long as this nation remained free and deniotr*.
    Zionism would establish a clear cut principle in that regard;
    to mc that much harm is being done us because of our inaM
    lectual dishonesty in the matter of aliyah We have, byi
    fallen before the belief that life in Israel and abandons**
    ship elsewhere is the logical conclusion for all Jews andtM1
    less represents anti-Zionist sentiment
    SATURDAY. 11:00 PM. Knocked at the door of Sy I
    home. He has become a hydroponic farmer in San Juan*~3
    is now a Puerto Rican. Mr. Robins and I were to meettntrw
    view Country Club affair. He had arrived the day brf0"*23
    return to his development in the Caribbean the following sw-
    apparently crossed signals SATURDAY, 11:30 r*
    Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, intimidation, alternatives tor
    democracy and Communism with Mr. Sam Gyson ovw *
    asked Mr Robins to come to the radio station if he "W-|
    listening anywhere. Our talk was not agreeable because mj
    agreed so wholeheartedly. For a mement. we sot on to wj
    nificant Thomas Mann. At 12:30 am Mr Robins am j
    SUNDAY, 1:00 AM. We retired to a cafe to wait forl ^
    of Mr. Gyson S broadcast. We discussed hydroponic i j
    killers. Mr. Robins' suit soon coming up in the Puertoin ^
    Court and the need to compromise in our age of no V>,J
    volved about Herman Shumlin. Ullian Hellman and wrm ^
    dent Henry Agar Wallace. The latter. Mr. *obl**zLn
    cuss politics these days. His disenchantment in 1948 en ^
    liberals when, at a national convention, his J"""^*
    "chanties" accompanied by himself on the *'"!ar ^t
    proved of "folksy" politics and suspect it "'"'"", P|,to,Ma
    Socrates' philosopher king, as reported by his ""*, driVn!
    alternative and emphasizes the fact that P"ll,,c!. j0fwbd*J
    from all negative connotation and be set on a l0011"8^ ^
    (Another "folksy" fellow, Acting Gov Juh"ll aignin8 *i
    to learn that intelligence is a better weapon l"TrYiny other'
    grammar or the rolled Hip sleeve in song or inoeeu
    manifestation of ignorance.) Hta**!
    Mr. Wallace, Mr. Robins observed. aPP'ren'ly.^its *i
    by now and much prefers the company of nis i soae^t
    The former Vice President's prize strawberries -
    our conversation
    SUNDAY. 2:30 AM. Sat in Harvies
    never
    their patrons
    >nvernation ... dirker ro*3'
    JNDAY. 2:30 AJA, Sat in Harvies' snd ^iM
    seen. Why do leMinjes" obscure thcnv*i> ^ *a>
    >atrons from themselves. Mr. Gy*>n. "'"^ed t*Z
    reshaped the world, both East and West /*n\ ,,****
    between man and man. restated all the doctrines oi .f**
    en L*
    ed their enemies foreign snd dsisstk. ,t'?'M>>tf
    Eden, Laniel and Dalles were all sent f*kn' ^
    ly frtster competence gUNBAV; AJs. To *


    l^H ^i

    IY 28, 1954
    la Head
    ilaloff has been nam-
    |t ot Zamora Jewish
    Went election held by
    [the Coral Gables con-
    L founders of Zamora
    Pr, Maloff was also its
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    PAGE 5 A
    \braham Mo/off
    bent. He is general man-
    ic I Fair and Carls Mar-
    Ihain here. Maloff an-
    j will call a meeting of
    |gati<>n to map plans for
    or the ensuing year.
    Rice president was Na-
    dnw other officers in-
    filliam Ix>cke, recording
    [Mrs. Nathan Goldy, fi-
    iretary; William Lauritz,
    I Morris Moskowitz, cor-
    secretary; and Bern-
    ini ;m. parliamentarian.
    Cmlii i of the Board of
    ncludi1 Ben Z. Friedman,
    hard! ( hesman, Ben Shul-
    rincr. Dr. Norman Angel
    Lieberman.
    lallation-dance will be
    ! Center, 44 Zamora ave.,
    iy Order Plans .
    ition May 31
    Circle of Hibiscus
    'di r ol DeMoli v, will in-
    on May 31 at the
    ta Hotel.
    Iheon i- >cheduled for
    . in the Bamboo Room,
    sica! program and games
    to foiiow the cereroon-
    do Meyers will install the
    ofhcerv the Mwdames
    Ison, president; Dorothy
    bry. vic president; Dotty
    Isecon' vice president;
    lash, core-ponding secre-
    Iry Robins, secretary-treas-
    Kl Leshner, publicity; and
    brman, chaplain.
    Mrs. Jonas to
    Be Installed
    Mrs. Fred Jonas will be installed
    president of the North Shore Sis-
    terhood on Wednesday. June 2, 11
    a.m., in the Martinique Hotel.
    Serving with Mrs. Jonas will be
    vice presidents, Mrs. Sol Cohen,
    Mrs. Allen Acker, Mrs Herman
    Stern and Mrs. Samuel Oguz; re-
    cording secretary, Mrs. Lee Sur-
    loff; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Brisk-
    man; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
    B. Eisenberg; financial secretary!
    Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn; social sec-
    retary, Mrs. Harry Jawitz: chaplain.
    Mrs. Rita Epstein; parliamentarian,
    Mrs. R. I. Simon; historian, Mrs.
    Harry Loeb.
    Trustees are the Mesdames Mel
    vin Altman, Jack Klingcr and Lou-
    is Cohen.
    Board members are the Mes-
    dames Sam Belsky, Robert Bloch,
    David Brown, Dora Berger. Rose
    Cashvan, Ben Fabric, Ezra Fein-
    gold, Joseph Feldman, Nate Click-
    man, William Click, Harvey Good'
    man. Itae Jay, S. M. Kane, Milton
    Kirshberg.
    The Mesdames Lillian Korson,
    Sam Klein, Jack Pritt. Charles
    Raab, Abe Rosenthal. Jack Roscn-
    thal, Sam Rosenthal. Eugene
    Schwarz, Abe Selicoff. Sam Sklar,
    Frieda Solomon, Irving Solomon,
    Jules Slansky, Nat Stein, Herman
    N. Stern, Dan Wagner and Sol
    Weiss.
    Honorary Board members are
    Mrs. Meyer Abramowitz, Mrs. Ed-
    ward Klein and Mrs. Laura Lynns
    Chairman of installation is Mrs.
    Herman N. Stern. Others are tic-
    ket chairman, Mrs. Edward Klein:
    program chairman, Mrs. Nettle
    Oguz; and decorations, Mrs. Jack
    Pritt.
    Entertainment Planned
    At Jewish Home of Aged
    An afternoon 01 entertainment is
    beging planned for residents of the
    Jewish Home tor the Aged at Doug-
    las Gardens.
    Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, extension
    worker for the Greater Miami Jew-
    ish Community Center, has an-
    nounced that on Sunday afternoon,
    May 30, the Van and Arrvola Danc-
    ing School, 2910 SW South River
    dr., will present a'variety show
    Mrs. Arrvola Van Deusen, direc-
    tor and producer of the show, has
    been general chairman of the Iham
    Ladies Clubs annual Grandmoth-
    ers' Follies since its inception two
    years ago.
    Second half oi the program will
    feature Cantor Nathan Zeichnei, ol
    Beth El Congregation. He will pre-
    sent a program of religious music
    and folk songs. This is Cantor
    Zeichner's first year in Miami. For-
    merly, he was affiliated with Con-
    gregation Beth E! in Astoria, Long
    Island, and The Gates of Prayer in
    Brooklyn, New York.
    Hy Freed will be accompanist tor
    the afternoon._____________
    [Francis Featured in 'Theater;'
    Suits Her Particular Talents
    per," Somerset Maugham's
    stage hit, continues to
    up to the same high
    | of the two previous plays
    1 by Sain Hirsch at the Bilt-
    yhouse.
    |ng Kay Francis, who was
    one of Hollywood's most
    box (.ffice attractions,
    |r" is the story of a famous
    |who is faced with the prob-
    maintaining harmony be-
    ' stage and domestic
    Francis, who has been tour-
    "Theater" for the past 25
    [Plays the featured role of
    ambert The part is ideally
    [and expertly handled by
    irancis. who has a particular
    f high comedy,
    fcrkmanlike job is also turned
    JDcnnis Allen, who plays op-
    P'ss Francis and also directs
    Allen, a popular Broad-
    er, recently directed Jean
    I m candlelight" and Law-
    ["bbett in 'Rain."
    Behney. who starred all
    f at the Coconut Grove Play-
    and is perhaps best remem
    I wr his outstanding role of
    P Roberts,' is also featured.
    f featured in "Theater" in-
    rry McGuirt, Charlotte
    .ivy Thayer, Pat Bromberg
    * Pritcher.
    Mlu t*t "*
    Hirsch announced that each new
    play is breaking attendance set by
    the previous plays and P ansto
    run all summer at the Biltmoie.
    Theatre" will run through Jjne
    6. nightly, except Monde's, with
    natiaees on Saturday and Sundays.
    Mrs. Fred Jonas
    Dr. Kugel Named President
    Elect of Florida Association
    Miami's increasing importance in
    the state was reemphasized hero
    with the election of Dr. Victor H.
    Kugel as president-elect of the
    Florida Heart Association.
    A Dade County resident received
    this honor for the first time. In
    accepting the post, Dr. Kugel
    pledged "increasing efforts by the
    Florida Heart Association, state
    chapter of the American Heart As-
    sociation, to intensify the statewide
    fight against heart disease through
    greater research, increased profes-
    | sional and lay education and added
    community services."
    Dr. Kugel, who is chief of cardi-
    ology at Mount Sinai Hospital and
    consultant in cardiology to the Vet-
    erans Admini.-tration, has practiced
    on Miami Beach since his release
    from the United States Army in
    1946. He was formerly president
    of the Heart Association of Great-
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    Levenc, Marcus
    Troth Hcvealcd
    The engagement of their daugh-
    ter, Robin, was announced by Mr.
    and Mrs. Charles J. Levene. former
    Miamians and now residing in Tam-
    pa, at a cocktail party honoring her
    21st birthday.
    The bride-elect's grandparents.
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieberman. re-
    side at 2810 SW 25th st.
    Miss Levene graduated from Mi-
    ami Senior High School and at-
    tended the University of Florida,
    where she was a member of Alpha
    Epsilin Phi sorority.
    Her fiance is Howard B Marcus.
    Portland. Ore. He attended the Uni
    versity of Oregon, where he was
    affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu
    fraternity, before entering the Air
    Force.
    Since 1951. he has been stationed
    at MacDill Field. Tampa. The cou-
    ple plan to be married on July 11.
    Mils Let Kaliman
    Mill okir. [fvene
    Miss Katzman to
    Marry on June (>
    Mi-s Lee Katzman. Miami Beach.
    and Milton (). jMOtoOO, Birming-
    ham. Ala., are planning their wed-
    ding tor June 6.
    IliU Kjt/man. who lives at 1662
    West ave is a former resident of
    Albany, NV. whir.' -he attended
    school. She received the BBA de-
    , Kr from the University of Miami.
    Her hance is the son of Mr. and
    Mrv Looia Jacobson. Birmingham.
    Hi i I graduate of Harvard Col-
    I lege and Harvard Law School. Dur-
    Uorld War II. he served as a
    , captain in the Adjutant General's
    department.
    The couple will make their home
    in Birmingham after a honeymoon
    spent in Europe.
    Personally Speaking
    Dr. Jo Maxwell, son of Mrs. Ber-
    tha Maxwell. Miami Shores, will be
    home for several weeks of vaca-
    tion following graduation on June
    4 Mr> Maxwell leaves for the
    exercises on June 1. and will return
    here with her son by car. While
    in Miami. Dr. Maxwell will visit
    with his cousins. Cantor and Mrs.
    Philip Brummer. and their chil-
    dren. Regina and David.
    Mr. and Mrs Jacob De Koven.
    2000 Liberty ave, have left for
    their summer home in Michigan
    City, Ind and will return to Mi-
    ami Beach for the High Holidays.
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Mandelkorn. of
    Bronx, NY., are visiting Mr. and
    Mrs Irving Lax, 4445 SW 2nd st.
    Mrs Mandelkorn is Mr. Lax's sis-
    ter. With the Mandelkorns for
    their two-week vacation are Mr.
    and Mrs. Harry Herman, also of
    NY, Mr. Mandelkorn's brother-in-
    law and sister.
    -ft -to -ix
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bulbin. 151
    NW 87th st.. announce the birth
    of their daughter. Saranette Freed,
    on May 11. She joins her two-year-
    old sister. Laura Anne. Grandpar-
    ents are Mrs. S. M. Freed. Minne-
    apolis, and Henry Bulbin, Miami.
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    Sheila Broun
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    Sheila Joy Broun and Jack E.
    Mamr met St Valentines Day at
    the Delano Hotel, where he was
    vacationing with his parents.
    Now Sheila Joy is wearing a dia-
    mond, and they're planning a Sep-
    tember wedding.
    Sheila Joy is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs Maurice B Broun. 800
    Lenox ave., Miami Beach. She is
    a native Miamian, attended Miami
    Beach Senior High School, the Uni-
    versity of Miami and the Univer-
    sity of Florida.
    The groom-elect is the son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maror, of La-
    fayette. Ind. He graduated from
    the University of Indiana and is a
    member of Sigma Alpha Mu fra-
    ternity. He was in the Army during
    World War II.
    Mr. Harry Sirkin to
    Be Married Sunday
    The wedding of Mrs. Esther
    Grossman, ML Vernon, N.Y.. to
    Mr. Harry Sirkin, prominent Miami
    Beach resident, will be solemnized
    on Sunday evening, 5 p.m.. in Mr
    Sirkin's new home, 441 East Rivo
    Alto dr.
    Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
    leader of Temple Enunu-FI, will of-
    ficiate at the ceremony before Im-
    mediate members of the family.
    Mr. Sirkin has been a resident
    here for the past 20 years and is
    active in numerous civic, philan-
    thropic and religious endeavors.
    He is honorary life president of
    Temple Emanu-EI.
    Adult _
    Adult Soc7a
    I0Wn *th.S
    *?* ^i
    To Mar7$h
    wtebrah-Shw
    "g on Thursdn
    Knesseth lsr*| '<
    The former Roslyn Lois Freed-
    raon is now Mrs. Stanley
    Marks. The couple were mar-
    ried in New York on May 20.
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mrs. Ceil Freedman. Miami
    Beach. Mr. Marks is the son
    of Mrs. S. Marks. New York.
    The couple will live in New
    York.
    Reaeh High Teacher
    Honored at Party
    Parents and students of Miami
    Beach Junior-Senior High School
    gave a farewell party for Mrs. Flor-
    ence B. Greenberg, faculty mem-
    ber.
    Mrs. Greenberg is translerrin? to
    a new school in West Miami at the
    end of this term.
    Gathering was at the Blackstone
    Hotel on Friday. Acting as hostess
    were the Mesdames Martin M. Gold-
    wyn. Max Schoer.feld. Irma Podvin,
    Jerome Gluck, Sylvia Newman, Al-
    vin Maurer, David Gerritt and Bob-
    by Levine.
    tV & Mr. and Mrs. Bert Toppel and
    family are spending a ten-day va-
    cation m New York with Mrs. Top-
    pell's parents.
    Connie Jackson to
    Attend Convention
    Of Music Honorary
    Connie Jackson, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. tauis Jackson, 2390 Alton
    id. Miami Beach, will be attending
    the Mu Phi Music Honorary con-
    vention in Salt Lake City this June
    She has recently been elected
    president of the society at the I'ni-
    versity of Michigan, where she is a
    music major.
    Prior to the convention, she will
    visit in California, and after the
    convention she will return to Mich
    igan for the summer school ses-
    sion.
    Connie is a junior and a member
    of Wyvern, Junior Women's Hon-
    orary, Scroll and Sigma Delta Tau.
    She is a graduate of Miami Beach
    High School.
    Card Party Planned
    The Goodwill Group of Greater
    Miami will hold a card party on
    Tuesday, June 1, 1 p.m., in the
    Trail Lodge of the Knights of Pyth-
    ias. Mrs. Ben Johnston will be
    hostess.
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    28. 1954
    "JewUtfin-irl^un
    District
    >me; Charter Presentation
    Zionist District wiU
    le home" to its pres-
    Lelchuk, who has
    rom Israel, on Sun-
    North Shore Jew-
    mentation for the
    [Zionist District will
    This will be the
    It the Zionist Organ-
    erica in South Flor-
    . to Gilbert Rappa-
    fof the Florida ZOA
    oad. Mayor of Bay
    is and former presi-
    jiami Beach Zionist
    welcome Lelchuk,
    6Cuss "Trends and
    I." The Nelson Fam-
    Nelson, concert pi-
    ger. Mrs. Sarah Bra-
    in, voice teacher andi
    Judge Theodore Nel-J
    . Israel and Yiddish
    rider the musical pro-
    el Sakrais, president
    er Miami Chapter of
    ]1 bring greetings on
    Women's Zionist Or-
    /red Jonas, president
    li Beach-Israel Zionist
    gest district in the
    outheast Region, will
    I charter.
    Uso regional member-
    fcn and is a vice presi-
    Soulheastern Region
    icipating in the pro-
    gram will be Seymour B. Liebman,
    chairman of the South Florida ZOA
    Coordinating Board and a member
    of the National Administrative
    Committee; Daniel Cravitt, presi-
    dent of the Coral Gables Zionist
    District; Irving Saal, president of
    the Miami Zionist District; Dr.
    Emanuel Kaplan, president of the
    Broward County Zionist District;
    Jerry Miller, president of Miami
    Beach Masada Young Adult Zion-
    ists; Mickie Doych, president of the
    Miami Young Zionists; Dr. J. Feld-
    man, president of the West Palm
    Beach Zionist District; and Max
    Weiss, president of the Daytona
    Beach Zionist District.
    Splash Party Planned
    For Membership Drive
    An evening of fun and entertain-!
    ment is planned for members of
    the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
    War Veteran Post 681 and its Aux-
    iliary.
    &
    M

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    S
    BJH
    Estelle Fenias Passes
    Mrs. Estelle Fenias, 46, formerly
    of 4170 Nautilus dr, passed away
    on Wednesday, May 26, at a local
    hospital. She is survived by her
    husband, Joseph; two daughters,
    Mrs. Carol Michaelson, of Boston,
    and Jill Sue, of Miami Beach; her
    father, Isidore Fischer, of Miami
    Beach; two brothers, Dr. Leon
    Fisher, of Huntington, L.I., and
    Dr. Michael Fischer, of Bay Har-
    bor. Mrs. Fenias was a board mem-
    ber of the Sisterhood of Temple
    Beth Sholom, Council of Jewish
    Women, Director of Bayshore Golf
    Club and was active in the Jewish
    Federation. Mrs. Fenias was a resi-
    dent of Miami for eighteen years.
    Services were held on Thursday,
    May 27, at Temple Beth Sholom,
    with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
    ing. Interment was in Mt. Nebo
    Cemetery with arrangement in
    charge of Beach Memorial Chapel.
    PAGE 7 A
    Letters To The Editor
    i'uuiu by Ardmore
    Steven Allen Coffey, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coffey,
    109 1st ter., San Marino Is-
    land, will celebrate his Bar
    Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
    ing. May 29, at Temple
    Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    man will officiate. A seventh
    grade student at Nautilus Ju-
    nior High School, Steven at-
    tends the Religious School of
    Temple Emanu-El.
    Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
    In Leo Mindlin's column of May
    7th issue of the Floridian, the Zi-
    onist Council of South Florida is
    sharply criticized for its inability
    "to make a move spiritually or
    otherwise," and specifically for its
    reliance upon the American Chris-
    tians for Palestine Committee.
    While there is some justification
    to the charge against the Zionist
    Council, I believe that a gross in-
    justice was done to the ACPC. The
    ACPC has played a unique and im-
    portant role in Zionist public re-
    lations in our Christian commu-
    nity. The fact that some of its
    leaders are paid for their services
    does not minimize the benefits ac-
    crued to the Zionist cause in
    America.
    Regarding the Zionist Council,
    however, Mr. Mindlin is not alto-
    gether wrong. The Council's main
    purpose should be the coordina-
    tion of Zionist activities in the ar-
    ea. Regrettably, we have seen lit-
    tle coordination in the past. The
    fact, for example, that there was
    no spirited, Zionist led celebration
    of Israel's independence on a city-
    wide scale, indicates poor planning.
    The Council should furthermore
    set the general pattern for Zionist
    thought and action in the area. Lit-
    tle, if any, is done by the Council
    along these lines. It appears that
    Zionist leadership in our commu-
    nity, has capitulated to'the State
    of Israel Bond Office and CJA drive
    for guidance and action.
    This indicates a serious and er-
    roneous approach to traditional Zi-
    onist ideology. While Bond promo-
    tion is important to Zionists, Zion-
    ism does not stop there.
    Zionism, historically, is an ideol-
    ogy encompassing three major
    spheres of interest: 1) Financial
    and political assistance to Israel;
    2) Sponsoring Aliyah in its ranks;
    and 3) sharing in and enriching
    Hebraic culture.
    The Zionist Council of South
    Florida would do well to re-think
    these values and not to permit the
    dynamic ideology of Zionism to lie
    dormant in this community.
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
    THIS OFFER
    CLOSING SOON!
    Serard, of Miami
    Iwas chosen by her
    Ds a contestant in the
    [ide Palmolive Soap
    | girl beauty contest.
    Itest, sponsored by the
    ompany, will select
    r^tiest schoolgirl from
    bts submitted. Miss
    [was recently chosen
    ponal College Queen
    and attends the Uni-
    | of Miami, where she
    unalism major.
    DPhieE Mothers
    ,To End Season
    Mother's Club of Delta Phi Ep-
    ' silon sorority will hold its final
    ! affair of the year on Sunday, May
    I 30, at 6:30 p.m.
    This will be a dinner party at the
    home of Mrs. Harry Margol, 621
    86th st., Miami Beach.
    Mrs. Irving Stein, president of
    the group, was recently reelected
    for next year.
    For their special projects this
    year, the mothers have supported
    several local charities, and at the
    sorority's national convention in
    Philadelphia they were awarded
    the Mother's Club certificate for
    outstanding service.
    North Beach Rabbi Resigns
    Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, spiritual
    leader of Congregation Mcnticello
    Park was this week added to the
    list of Rabbis who have relinquish-
    ed their pulpits here. Rabbi Rack
    ovsky served in the North Miami
    Beach synagogue for one season
    The Bar Mitzvah of Charles
    Kenneth Levitt, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Leo Levitt, 1528 Drexel
    awe., will take place on Sat-
    urday, May 29, at Temple
    Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    man will officiate. Charles
    is a seventh grade student at
    the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
    School and attends the Reli-
    gious School of Temple
    Emanu-El.
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    JewishJEIondKon
    FLORIDA
    FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1954
    SEC. B
    ael's Defense Based on
    Bible Strategy, Yadin Says
    jORKThe Israel Defense
    1948 was pitifully outnum-
    nd outgunned, but it won
    and often brilliant victor-
    ,, i! had a powerful, "se-
    |pn." General'Yigal Yadin,
    former Chief of Staff,
    'last week fallowing his ar-
    k to take part in the Unit-
    irish Appeal's nationwide
    En.
    ral Yadin held up the "wea-j
    his handsa copy of the
    a,] ,.,id that it was the
    Books that not only inspir-
    srael Defense Army to as-
    hp (eats in heroism but actu-
    gested to the infant Army
    battle and lines of attack,
    commanders, he said, read
    to their men on the eve
    le. and the General Staff re-
    fto the Bible for clues as to
    Le battles of antiquity were
    minted out that in World
    General Montgomery often
    te Bible piior to undertaking
    (military drives, but had to
    t himself with strained paral
    the case of the North Afri-
    npaign an< Normandy, while
    rael General Staff could ap-
    Bible text directly to their
    ind.
    eral Yadin explained that in
    tie for the Biblical Valley of
    now known as Latrun, the
    Comand relerred to the
    i description of Joshut's cant-
    or this same strategic site.
    Bible passage records that
    la amended from Gilgal, he,
    I the people of war with him.
    Ill the mighty men of valor,
    Ihe Lord said unto Joshua,
    Itheni not: for I have deliv-
    Ihem into thir.e hand; there
    pot a man of them stand be-
    Ihee. Joshua therefore came
    Ito them suddenly, and went
    up from Gilgal all night." j aeologist and Biblical authority.
    The Generai noted that this pass- and also as a Professor in this field
    age, as interpreted by the High a| the Hebrew University.
    Command, indicated that enemy1 He recalls in this connection that
    forces in the Valley of Ajalon, or ne remembered the Roman Occupa-
    Latrun, might possibly be holding tion Map from his youthful studies
    a position thai could be turned into at his father's side.
    a trap, "for I have delivered them
    into thine hand" and that the best
    way to spring this trap would be
    to take them by surprise in a con-
    certed and unrelenting attack, (as
    when Joshua "came up unto them
    suddenly, and went up from Gilgal
    all night.")
    The tall, youthlul, strikingly-
    handsome General served during
    the War of Independence as Chief
    of Military Operations under Com-
    mander-in-Chief Yaacov Dori, and
    assumed personal tield command
    in the fateful campaign for the Ne-
    gev. He credited a reconstructed
    map .>f the Roman Occupation with
    a disclosure that helped the Israel
    Army drive the Egyptians from the
    southern desert.
    The Roman map, he said, reveal-
    ed that in ancient times there had
    been a great road bisecting the Ne
    The General's knowledge of
    Bible history, of Israel's ancient
    terrain and of the great military
    campaigns of antiquity, served not
    Only to help repel the Arab inva-
    sion -f 1948. but served him well in
    the 1930's when, as a junior offi-
    cer in the Haganah, he fought
    against Arab guerillas seeking the
    destruction of Palestine's Jewish
    settlements.
    General Yadin, accompanied by
    his wife, Carmela. is making his
    first visit to the I'nited States.
    General Yigal Yadin
    Rabbi Shapiro to be Feted
    gev In length. If the road could be' sw 3rd ave., on Sunday evening,
    found, he noted, Israeli troops ; May 30, 8 p.m.
    Congregation and Sisterhood of' a spiritual and communal leader
    Beth David Synagogue will give a j here. Carl Weinkle, honorary presi-
    testimonial affair in honor of Rab- dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
    bi Max Shapiro at Beth David. 2625 Federation, will discuss the Rabbi
    and his leadership in the Jewish
    could be put in a position to out-
    maneuver the Egyptian Army. The
    evidence of the road's existence
    was so great that he personally or
    dered his scouts to search out its
    probable course.
    The ancient highway was found,
    and served as a pathway to a deci-
    sive victory.
    General Yadin's great faith in,
    and familiarity with, the Bible is a
    companionship that was formed
    Rabbi Shapiro resigned from his
    pulpit some three weeks ago after
    23 years of service.
    Harry Gordon, president, will in-
    troduce Louis Bandel, who will act
    as toastmaster.
    Dr. Cecil A. Denney, president of
    the Greater Miami Ministerial As
    sociation. will represent the local
    clergy. Representing the Negro
    community will be Rev. Edward
    Graham. Speaking in behalf of the
    long" before it'was dictated by mili- Rabbinical Association will be Dr.
    tary necessity. A son of the late and | Jacob I:. Kaplan, dean of Florida
    renowned Professor E. L. Sukenik,
    one of the great pioneers in Israeli
    archaeology and Biblical research,
    the General today wears his fath-
    er's mantle as both a leading arch-
    Rabbis and Rabbi Emeritus of Tem-
    ple Israel.
    Dr. H. Franklin Williams, of the
    University of Miami, is scheduled
    to discuss Rabbi Shapiro's role as
    community.
    Jerome Gordon will represent
    the staff and faculty of Beth David
    Synagogue, with Mrs. Harry Oli-
    phant, past president and advisor
    of Beth David Sisterhood, speaking
    in behalf of the women's organiza-
    tion.
    Bruce Fetter will pay a tribute to
    Rabbi Shapiro, speaking for the
    student body. Also speaking will be
    Louis Heiman in behalf Of the-con-
    gregation. and Jacob Sher. express-
    ing the admiration of the Rabbi's
    friends.
    Service Bureau. He was a me n-
    ber of the faculty of the University
    of Miami as an instructor in ttls-
    torv from 1936 to 1940.
    During the war, he served as
    Jewish representative with priests
    and ministers in visiting the mi.i-
    tary camps to present orientati >rt
    courses. For many years he repre-
    sented the Jewish community with
    priests and ministers over radio
    station WIOD on the Round Table
    discussions sponsored by the Con-
    ference of Christians and Jews.
    He served as chairman of the
    Budget Committee of Federathr.
    and was active in the Community
    Chest organization. He is a pa-t
    president of the Rabbinical Asso-
    ciation of Greater Miami. He is a
    ! member of the Dade County Rec-
    On the committee arranging the : national Planning Board, Exec-
    affair are Bandel, Heiman, Stanley j tjve Committee of Conference of
    C. Myers and Jerome Weinkle. I Christians and Jews and Jewish
    Friends of Rabbi Shapiro, in ad-1 representative on the Third Army
    dition to members of Beth David'j Advisory Committee.
    Synagogue, are invited to attend. in 1934, Rabbi Shapiro married
    Under Rabbi Shapiro's leader-1 Miss Rose Beck, of Toledo, O. Thiy
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    grew its physical quarters at 135
    N\Y 3rd ave.. a downtown land-
    mark now occupied by the Bureau
    of Jewish Education, and erected
    a new structure at SW 26th rd. and
    Coral Way.
    Rabbi Shapiro served as presi-
    dent of the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
    now known as the Jewish Social
    have two children, Miss Reva Sha-
    piro, a student of the Brande..
    University, and Moshe Shapiro, a
    junior at Miami Senior Hub
    School. His parents are Rabbi a: I
    Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro who live on
    Collins ave., Miami Beach. K>
    father is supervisor at Mount Sinai
    Hospital.
    *
    [embers of the National Jewish Welfare Board's SecemfJ^ Biennial Convention in Cleve-
    rly, gleefully point to a cablegram received from the j cemen's Club and Center
    N notifying them that JWB has decided to keep the JWB s ae reiigioUs center for
    fc Heidelberg open for the balance of 1954. Tne only re"ea,'em ,e JWB club was
    "neon Jewish GIs and their iamilies in the American zone ot o jr^ ^ ^ nQS
    t*.i.t!ave **en cloBed April 30 ^cau8e ol lack
    ' incurring a deficit of $25,000.
    Miami MS Campaign
    Officially Opened on Beach
    The 1954 MS campaign of the
    Dade County Chapter was officially
    launched here with a luncheon
    Saturday held at the Saxony Hotel.
    Some 250 people attended.
    The campaign seeks to raise $25.-
    000 as the Dade County Chapter's
    share of the nationally announced
    goal of $1,500,000,000 to implement
    a program of research clinics, and
    rehabilitation for some quarter of
    a million victims of multiple
    sclerosis.
    Chairman of the drive is Coun-
    cilman Harold Turk, of Miami
    Beach, who spoke on the acute need
    of a local treatment and rehabilita-
    tion clinic to service patients in
    the area. "This is only one aspect of
    a service program we will imple-
    ment upon reaching our goal," he
    stated.
    Another guest speaker, Dr. Ber-
    nard Ross, stated: "This year, we
    have full expectations that the
    American people will respond gen-
    erously to our appeal. Multiple
    sclerosis, a chrome disease of
    young adults, is a social, economic,
    and public health problem which
    deprives our nation of the talent
    and energies of ihose incaoaciti ted
    from the disease."
    abbi Max Shapiro
    Rebekah Lodge to Hold
    Party, Regular Meeting
    Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9
    will sponsor a luncheon and games
    party on Saturday. May 29, 1 p r...
    at 129 Washington ave.
    Hostesses will be Bertha Dernis.
    Sonia Roseman. Rose Yatachie and
    Jennie Heitner.
    The lodge will hold its regular
    meeting on Tuesday, June 1, 8 p.m.,
    at the Lyceum Hall, 25 Washington
    ave.


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    B'nai B'rith Youth
    Plan Convention at
    Beach Hotel May 29
    Empress Hotel. Miairi Beach,
    will be headquarters for the Di.>-
    trict 5 B'nai P'rith Young Men and
    Voung Women's convention begin-
    ning Saturday evening. May 29
    through May 31.
    Proceedings will begin with end
    of Sabbath services conducted by
    Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the
    North Shore Jewish Center, fol-
    lowed by registration. An "ice-
    breaker partv" will take place that
    evening for delegates and guc-t- n.
    the Penthouse Club of the hotel.
    Following a breakfast Sunday
    morning, bttfssM and committee
    meetings will continue throughout
    the day Jerry Nelson. National
    BBYM-YW president, will report on
    national activities aunda> evening.
    I ranch party will Ik- held at Sun-
    set Acres. South Miami
    A da> of WllWlmn il scheduled
    for Monday on the national thret-
    pillar project." which covers aid to
    Israel, the fight against diaMM .n-l
    human relations. Speakers for this
    program include Rabbi Samuel
    I.erer. of Temple Beth Shol.>m
    Hollywood, Mr- K~ther O'Donnell
    and Seymour Samet. of the Amen
    can Jeui-h ( ommiUi i
    \ banquet in the Regenc)
    "i the Fn pre-- will be held
    Mi ndii> evening with Dr StanN > J
    Coltune.local ph>-ician and pries!
    d< nt .if ihe Miami Beach Junior
    ( hamber cif Conun
    hers "f the B nai B'rith
    Young Adult Council, which in
    elude- the four local ch.,
    Wdrkin: on arrangement- Lor-
    raine Kahlenlxr.. District 5 v ice
    lent i- convention chairman
    ad guests trnm Wa>h
    D.C., and Maryland will alan
    attend
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    The North Shore Jewish Center Choir will be honored at spe-
    cial services on Friday evening. The choir, which served
    throughout the year on a volunteer basis, consists of (left to
    right, bottom row) A. L. Mechlowitz. organizer and choirmaster,
    and Cantor Edward Klein. Second row are Mrs. Gladys
    Schaps. Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn. Mrs. A. L. Mechlowitz and
    Mrs. Louis Jacobs. Third row are Paul Press. Richard Jacobs
    and Albert Grubslein.
    Picnic Due Sunday
    M.-rr.ber- of Beth Dasid Congre-
    gation will nvet at Crandon Pirk
    Pit No. 1 a m Mr their annual picnic Mr-
    Max Handshu is in charge of ar-
    rangement-.
    Couples Limited to Install
    Officers ot'Kaplan Hall
    Couples Limited of Temple Is-
    rael will install '.ocal attorney Mar
    tin line a- pre-ident at a dinner
    dance on Saturday evening. May
    29
    Other officers are J^ck .Schilling
    er vice pre-ident; Irvine Be-in
    born, treasurer: Mrs. George A.
    Brown, corresponding secretary:
    and Mrs. Mac Abrahams, recording
    secretary.
    The function is scheduled for
    Kaplan Hall and will include a
    nlav directed by Kenneth Stan-
    leigh
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    IntvrvM High' in
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    "Interest i*- running high and
    membership is being filled nicely"
    in the special tour to Israel. Italy.
    France and Switzerland, according
    to Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly-
    wood. Florida, who will personally
    conduct this special tour leaving
    Ne* York on the S.S. Queen Mary
    on Julv 7 anci return August 17.
    "In fact." said Rabbi Shapiro thi.
    week, "those interested in joining
    us should make application im-
    mediately to insure obtaining
    steamship reservations in the class
    desired."
    "It is interesting to note." he
    added, "that quite a few tour mem-
    bers are making*arrangements to
    prolong tbeir stay in Europe after
    the tour portion is completed and
    to return by later ship or by air."
    Special arrangements are being
    handled by a local travel agency in
    Hollywood who also are handling
    (bookings for the tour.

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    DAY. MAY 28. 1954
    itional Council of Jewish Women
    Install Officers Here June 1, 2
    h Miami and Miami Beach Di-
    L of the (ireater Miami Sec
    T National Council of Jewish
    den. have scheduled installa-
    luneheons for the coming
    k,,. Miami Division will meet on
    kda'v. June 1. 12:30 p.m.. at the
    lof the Columbus, when Mrs.
    Kaplan will be installed as
    liden1 for the coming year. Offi-
    I to be installed with Mrs. Kap-
    L. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, in-
    ling officer, are: vice presi-
    lf m,s Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Her-
    jSher and Mrs. Julius Spector;
    I ecretary, Mrs. Theodore
    tllpr; corresponding secretary,
    Alb' n Green; financial secre-
    | Mrs Irving Ratner; treasurer,
    ' John Temple; and auditor,
    [ Elry Stone.
    ,.-! speaker wiil be Rabbi Jo-
    Narot, of Temple Israel. He
    discuss After 300 Years,
    L Now?" Mrs. Irving Hirsch is
    (man "I the Miami meeting.'
    \e Miami Beach Division will
    its Installation luncheon on
    1. 12:30 p.m., at the DiLido
    kL Mrs. Fannie Selig will in-
    I Mr, Jean C. Lehman as presi-
    ! [or a second year. Other offi-
    on the slate are the Mesdames
    ?ard Grove, Samuel Berlin and
    tinnd r'einer, vice president;
    Burk. recording secretary;
    Iph Gleicher, coi responding sec-
    |rv: Harold Vinson, financial
    Mary; Carl Lundy, treasurer;
    Edna Heller, auditor.
    Irs. David Catsman, program
    rman. has announced that Nor-
    Bean. of Station WTVJ, will
    hk on .Mystery from Outer
    Ice.'
    |rs. Alexander Rjbbins is chair-
    I of the meeting, with Mrs. Sid-
    Schwartz and Mrs. Harry
    tans taking reservations.
    Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
    Senior Judaeans to End
    Season at Swim-Dance
    Senior Judaeans of Greater Mi
    ami will end their club activities
    with a swim-dance on Sunday. May
    30, 7 to 10 p.m.. at the Vanderbilt
    Hotel, announced Joseph I'ardo,
    chairman of the Zionist Youth Com-
    mission. Some 60 teen agers will
    attend the closing event.
    In charge of arrangements for
    the evening will be Mrs. Bertram
    Miller and Mrs. Beatrice Solloway.
    Entertainment chairmen are Judy
    Phillips and Tamar Mamches.
    Marriage Contract I
    Revision Drafted !
    IMONTOWN. PA. The 54th
    annual convention of the Rabbini- j
    cal Assembly of America flammed
    here oh May 20 after niofc than1
    300 Rabbis from every part of the i
    U.S. and Canadalbmyed develop-
    ments in Jewish life here and ,
    abroad.
    Prof. Judah Goldin. CXXhairman
    of the Steering Committee of the!
    Joint Law Conference of the Rab-
    binical Assembly and the Jewish
    Theological Seminary, reported
    that the Committee had voted un
    animouslv t< jvsue an amended '
    form of the traditional Jewish mar-
    riage contract, and that this would
    be available for use at all Jewish
    marriages before the end of the
    summer.
    The new form of the "ketuhah"
    has been drafted by Dr. Saul Lie-
    berman, Professor of Talmud at the
    Seminary and Dean of the Rab-
    binical School.
    Its language is the traditional
    Aramaic, but the document is sup-
    plied with an English translation.
    In it, the bride and groom both
    agree to live in accordance with the
    Jewish marriage law throughout
    their lives, and to take no steps
    looking to disruption of their mar-
    riage without consulting Rabbinical
    authorities for family counselling
    and for possible restoration of mut-
    e4$fy<#w>>
    PAGE 3 B
    ual affection.
    Either the wife or the husband
    will be entitled to call the other
    spouse before the Rabbinical Court
    set up by the Rabbinical Assembly
    and the Seminary jointly, and em-
    power it to set such terms as it
    may << til for l;n!ure to obey its
    summons or its decisions.
    ''Authorities say that this'new
    change is the first one to be made
    in the marriage contract form in
    Over 1.000 years.
    Picnic Held Sunday
    Picnic was held on Sunday,
    May 16. 12 noon, at Crandon Park,
    Pit No. 1, according to Mrs. A .ina
    Seltzer, president of Pioneer Wom-
    en's Golda Myerson Club. Mrs.
    Vera Zeltzer. chairman of Moaxt
    Hapoamt, v/as in charge of the af-
    fair, with Mrs. Estner Kalman. of
    Kadimah Chapter, acting as co-
    ' chairman.
    ^fe
    North Dade Plans Picnic
    A breakfast for high school stu-
    dents of North Dade Jewish Center
    will be held on Sunday morning,
    with J. B. Keys in charge. The Cen-
    ter will have its annual picnic at
    Bakers' Haulover on Sunday.
    Pupils of the Sunday and Hebrew
    schools will participate and meet
    in the park grounds at 10 a.m.
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    Meeting will be held in the home
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    I3S>ay
    Brandeis University Plans
    Unique Chapel on Campus
    fie unique chapel area, designed
    mil
    WALTHAM. MASS. Construe that the presence of the chapel-
    tion of a unique interfaith project, would not alter the institution i
    consisting of separate Catholic. Pro policy of non-denominational activ-
    testants and Jewish chapels, will
    begin immediately on the campus
    of Brandeis University, it was sn>
    nounced this week It will mark the
    first time on any university cam-
    pus that such a religious grouping
    of individual structures has been
    undertaken.
    With this chapel concept, the six
    year-old liberal arts university,
    only Jewish-founded nonsectanan
    institution of higher learning in
    the United States, nuikes a sharp
    departure from customary chapel
    practice at denominationally span
    sored college -
    Traditionally, the chapels ^(in-
    structed at culli ces and univer
    sities stemming from a religious
    faith are built as a chapel of that
    faith Hospitallt) to use the facility
    is extended to students of other
    faith, but the chapel remains an
    edifice in the image ol the host
    group.
    "It is our feelir.g that worship is
    very much a matter "I mood and
    spiritual climate .mil is nut limito
    to the words that .ire spoken or
    the ceremonies performed Protes-
    tants who worship in a Catholic
    Chapel it .lews whn worship in a
    i hnstian Chapel, while grateful tor
    the hospitality, an ne\er really
    Completel) at home and the r**lig
    nuis mood that the) seek is never
    really properl) evoked," Dr. Abram
    1. Sachar, Brandeis president, de
    dared
    University iffu ials made it deal
    Itlee. No official chaplain will be
    named by the university, nor will
    any chapel services be made com-
    pulsory.
    Instead, it is announced, the
    three extra-curricular religious
    groups on campus which cater to
    the religious needs of the students
    will be responsible for the use ol
    each facility
    Thus the HUM Foundation will
    assume responsibility for the .lew
    in Contemporary style by Harrison
    and Abramovitz. New York archi-
    eds, was created to reflect the sim
    ilanty "l all faiths while respect-
    ing their doctrinal differences.
    All three buildings, while ap-
    proximated equal in height and
    size, are different in appearance.
    The buildings will be placed around
    .1 pool so that no one building over-
    looks another, with each one facing
    the sylvan setting which surrounds
    the entire area.
    Kach chapel was designed after
    ish chapel: the Newman Club for consultation with authorities of Use
    the Catholic chapel: and the Sin f|||hs mvoived to insure that prop-
    dent Christian Association for the or rolifiiou- needs would be safe
    Protestant chapel. AH three groups j,Uyrd(.(|
    have been functioning 00 campu
    for yean
    First of the three chapels to be
    named is the Jewish chapel, which
    will be desigi ateil the Mendel and
    1 eah Rerlin Chapel in memon ol
    the parents of a distinguished Bos
    ton surgeon, Df David Berlin
    Funds for the construction ol
    this chapel w> re made available b)
    patients Of I>r Berlin nearly three
    years ago When the concept of de-
    veloping three chapels was evolved,
    Dr Berlin hmiselt was among the
    first to contribute towards the
    fund for the Catholic and Prates
    tant chapels
    In addition to the three chapel-,
    provision is made ior a large Mil
    door area where functions can be
    held in common with all failhs
    Such services as Thanksgiving. Bac-
    calaureate or Vesper Services will
    he held in this area.
    The interior appointments have
    i been designed to blend with the
    contemporary architecture and
    spiritual mood of the faith utiliz-
    ing the facility. The pulpit in the
    li wish chapel is being designed in
    an eliptical fashion to conform to
    the sha|.....f the structure.
    Non in its sixth acaaemk year.
    Brandeis University opened its
    doors in the bill Of 1948 as the first
    nonsectanan institution of highei
    learning in the Western Hemis-
    phere to Ik- founded by tne Amer-
    ican Jewish community.
    In June of 1952. Brandt i- award
    ed degree! to its first graduating
    class Alter the graduation of its
    second class, having fulfilled the
    requirements, Brandeis was elected
    to coveted membership in the New
    England Association of Colleges
    and Sceonriarv Schools.
    The three chapels to be erected on the campus of Brandeis University to provide for the spir-
    itual needs of the school's Catholic. Jewish and Protestant students.
    Solutions Lie in Research
    By AL ROSENFELD
    A lifebelt thrown to a drowning
    man. but a life-belt containing a
    deadly booby-trap which explodes
    when clutched by the man in the
    water. A ridiculous situation'' Yes.
    but there is a definite analogy in
    modern medicine. Drugs have been
    found and are being found which,
    though definitely useful in fight
    ing diseases previously difficult to
    treat, also contain harmful poison-
    The solution, if there is one.
    often lies in the study of the mys
    tenes of nutrition. In two small
    rooms in Jerusalem, cluttered with
    retorts and rat cages, scientists of
    the Laboratory of Nutrition of the
    Hebrew University Hadassah
    Medical School are making consid-
    erable progress in effort s to solve
    one such puzzle.
    The puzzle is of importance to
    Israel, where amebic infections
    form a major health problem. A
    drug known as emetine has great
    value in the treatment of the pre-
    valent amebic inlection called ame-
    fciasis, whith causes diarrhea and
    e>ipr,| weakness, but emetine has
    a high toxicity. Because it poses a
    threat of damage to the patient s
    heart, it has been used sparingly
    And so Dr. Karl Guggenheim
    Lecturer in Nutrition at the He-
    brew University Hadassah Medi
    | cal School, who established the Nu-
    I trition Laboratory in 1941, set out
    to discover whether diet would
    | have any effect on this problem
    | whether a change in the amebiasis
    sufferer's diet would increase his
    tolerance to the disease.
    To find out. he gave a number of
    laboratory rats the same amount o
    emetine but different types of
    diets Soon he found that rats
    which were on normal, well bal
    anced diets died of the effects 0f
    the potent drug in two to three
    weeks, while rats whose diets were
    deficient in protein died much
    earlier.
    Even the source of protein was
    found to be a factor The survival
    tune of the individual rat depended
    on the type of protein it actually
    did receive. Thus, proteins in the
    form of eggs, miik or meat increas
    ed the animal's tolerance to the
    drug, while vegetable proteins de-
    rived from corn, wheat and peanuts
    decreased the tolerance.
    Dr. Guggenheim went a step fur-
    ther. Though it was important to
    know that animal proteins increas-
    ed the body's ability to cope with
    the drug, it was clear that the body
    needed additional aid in overcom-
    ing emetine's toxic effects. Ex-
    perimenting with a number of sub
    stances given by mouth. Dr. Gug-
    genheim discovered that some of
    the new antibiotics as well as afta
    mm B 12 increased the survival
    time in rats with protein deficien-
    cies and even more significantly.
    !w frde liver ex,racl extended
    the hfespan of emetine treated
    ra's which had the best of diets
    Would crude liver extract en
    able doctors to give emetine to hu-
    mans suffering from amebiasis
    without fear of toxicity' The an
    swer is not yet definite, since
    science requires many tests and
    extremely well-controlled condi
    tions before it pronounces final
    Continued on P. 7B


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    ly at Brandeis University as a tribute to the late
    Dr. David Berlin, Boston surgeon.
    Israel Social Security
    In Effect Since Apt{
    By NURA LASKY
    Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    depend)
    unexpected calamity as>
    ploymenl and health
    national insurance
    conceived even before'Jsl
    established and draftajJ
    soon afterward While the I
    Independence wai -ulloijj
    ruary, 1952 tht Knead
    the bill (or the first tunes
    nlmousl) referred it to I
    specialized committees f*(
    study.
    Then began the era of I
    ment. and many of the'
    included in the bill werecfil
    the committee t" bring taej
    scheme in line with theij
    realities "I :he country'sj
    money shortage. Bui what*
    ed for the Koesset'i
    final reading! lad Not
    was -till far-reaching em
    Every citizenJew or|
    becomes eligible for
    in the National ln-urual,
    on his 18th birthday. Hi
    wage earner. 3 3 permit ""I
    an will go to the instmat]
    twenties of the Hl>l
    pat Holint 'Workers Sat
    nmitni r> .L hoth of which aim at n
    JfcRl SALEM On April 1. the | Wnrk,.r hi
    first phase of Israel s social secur-
    ity bill came into force, when in
    all the country's hospitals aston-
    ished young mothers were pre-
    sented by the state with 55 pound
    uibout S30i cheeks as maternity
    grants in aid Only those qualified
    who had delivered their babies on
    or alter midnight of April 1. and
    from other beds in the wards ol
    women who had had the "tough
    luck'' of producing their babies
    "just a bit too early," followed the
    ceremonies
    l h,se grantsin-aid, aimed at
    making it easier to finance deliv-
    eries in hospital, and thus drawing
    as many pregnant women as possi-
    ble '" proper delivery rooms rather
    than giving birth at home, togethei
    with 12 weeks of paid maternity
    vacations for working women (78
    percent of total wagesi are the first
    tangible! signs of the new National
    Insurance Act which was passed by
    the Knesset last November.
    Other provisions, including old
    aee. widows and orphans pensions
    and Workmen's compensation, will (th(. (.mi,!llW.r. cntrMt
    forthe time being change little; the (W(( ., .,ndifhe
    first old age pensions will be paid i pioyed hl. wln contrit*
    out in 30 months, while workers i cen( ()( h|_ lncome Wottm1
    who were injured during work or (,(| ||V ,1).ll,k,n, jn>Ur,
    contracted occupational diseases jncli;(irv n,.arh all but
    had hitherto been insured with workers_pay an addiuss"
    private firms. In the latter case. |() ,|V(, perc;,nt. depend*
    the law simply means something' dang,.rs to which tbey are"
    like nationalization of the existing
    Workmen's Compensation provi
    sions, with slight changes, though.
    But once the first phase of the
    "cradle to grave" insurance sys-
    tem gets under way. many hard-
    ships will be alleviated. Old folks
    above the age of 65 (in the case of
    women, 60) who have paid their
    modest contributions for at least
    five years (at the beginning, three
    years for certain age groups) will
    receive monthly allowances for
    themselves and their dependents
    which, according to the present
    cost of living index would amount
    to nearly 50 pounds for two per-
    sons. That is not quite enough to
    live on even modestly, but it is a
    handsome c o n t ribution which
    should considerably ease the plight j
    of thousands of oldsters who now
    have nothing.
    Workers accidentally injured i
    while at work will, under the new
    law, receive up to.six months' med-1
    ical care, therapy and rehabilita-
    tion at the state's expense, plus a
    daily allowance In case of tola
    disability, they will get handsome
    pensions for the rest of their live-
    Widows of totally disabled workers r--
    will receive a certain percentage i Burnett Roth hta ^
    of their husbands' pensions, plus cj,ainnan ~f^
    generous allowances for their chil i nirrtars 0< the Mi*"
    dren. | f Zionist D*"*
    Israelis have always been "soda! i }"rael ^ a nT'
    security conscious." Proof of this is Jonas s ^^>t
    the establishment in the early I the organi*nw"
    The Treasury pays ct
    for those undergoiBf
    training The state also<
    toward the Fund: 10 1
    total revenue from oldWl
    sions. and 45 percent m
    BitJ insurance. On the b*
    Continued en P* I
    *


    ongregation on Beach Will Unite
    m, Psychology; Form Boys' School
    and unusual Jewish '
    ^J&lsMhrHl^r
    PAGE'SB
    hue dii>* *-..---
    Eon came into being a lew
    of
    and
    [when the Hon. Judge Pat
    [affixed his signiature to
    5irth certificate"
    femPle- t..
    I by the teaching
    K of Rabbi Abraham M.
    [group of local prominent
    L united to create a type
    Wuc where "Judaism and
    [psychology are blended
    iTemple. to be built on one
    tost beautiful estates in Mi-
    h, will be dedicated to
    ,, seek a better and more
    understanding of Juda-
    [way of life, according to
    Wing group. Its teaching
    focused on the individual
    If guidance and training to
    be as an American Jew."
    ~ assel. who is also a prac-
    |tbologist, with offices in
    |evelt Building, and who is
    f advisor to the organ iz-
    Forah Temple, said: "The
    men. women and children
    generation have been lost
    fowd The synagogue in
    has losl touch with the
    1 Jew m need of its spirit-
    pi,, much of the mass pro-
    hai found its way into our
    Jtions. Torah Temple will
    | the individual whether he
    lives in this so-called
    playground. I've seen too
    faith lose their faith
    io one cared Torah Tem-
    Peach Judaism through the
    logical approach as
    one and happy way of
    for the entire family,
    remple will first and fore-
    labli-h the most unusual
    tool, in the country." Ox-
    h< I a resident school, is
    in the process of being erected at
    1204 West ave.. on Biscayne Bay.
    * will offer the boy a fine home
    away from home and every facility
    for his physical and mental devel-
    opment. The uniqueness of Oxford
    School will be its complete pro-
    gram of secular education plus Us
    optional program oi religious edu-
    cation.
    A student may choose cither the
    minimum or the maximum in the
    world of Jewish culture or no re-
    ligious education at all. The basic
    Jewish customs and ceremonies
    will be part and parcel of the stu
    dent's life at Oxford. Sabbath, die
    tery laws, holidays and major cele-
    brations will be required of all.
    Enrollment has already begun.
    and Torah Temple's Oxford School
    anticipates a waiting list of hoys
    even before its opening school year
    in September.
    A. Herbert Mathes is architect
    for the school, and the interiors
    are being designed and executed
    by Jack Cameron of Miami. Marion
    E. Sibley, of Sibley and Davis.
    605 Lincoln rd., is legal advisor
    and counselor of Torah Temple
    and its affiliated groups.
    Rabbi Abraham Cassef
    Mark
    bniversary at
    Shore Service
    Indo-China is Subject
    Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
    ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B rith, will
    be held on Tuesday, June 1. 12:15
    p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Ger-
    shon S. Miller, president, an-
    nounced. Guest spe-fker. Professor
    of History at the University of Mi
    ami. W. B. Hunson. will talk on
    the Indo-i mna situation.
    New Summer Camp
    Revealed by GMJCC
    An exciting program is in store
    for boys and girls of junior high
    school age this summer at the Town
    and Beach Branches of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Community Center.
    These young people, from 12 to
    14 years of age, who are too old for
    day camp and too young for em-
    ployment or other summer plans,
    will now find others of their own
    age in a well-organized Center ac-
    tivity known as "Senior Afternoon
    Camp."
    Enrollment is now being taken
    for this program, which will fea-
    ture such activities as outings,
    "vimrning. snorts and socials on
    Monday, Wednesday and Friday
    afternoons. Physical education su-
    pervisors. "Rocky" Rochstein at the
    Town Branch and "Kip" Kipnis at
    the Beach Branch, will be in charge
    of their respective programs.
    Society Meets Friday
    Regular meeting of the Dynamic
    Psychological Si.ciety of Greater
    Miami will be held Friday evening,
    8 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
    B. Hirsch, 3110 SW 21st st. Mrs/ A.
    Goodman will give a short talk on
    tact. Mrs. V. Gelb will also lecture
    on child guidance.
    Gables Center to Continue >
    Classes Through Summer
    Announcement was made this
    week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop of
    the Coral Gables Jewish Center
    that special classes.will be held for
    the first time this year throughout
    the summer months from 10 a.m.
    to 12 noon, including a recess play
    period of Hebrew games and
    stories. Hebrew educators on the
    staff will include Dr. Joseph Hur-
    witz, Mr. Irving Shalom and Mrs.
    Ethel Saft.
    Classes in beginners, advanced
    and Bar-Bas Mitzvah training will
    be given students either anxious to
    make up class work or to prepare
    for further study and the comple-
    tion of requirements of the Bureau
    of Jewish Education and the Great-
    er Miami Rabbinical Association.
    Registration will be held at the
    Center Office up to June 15, Rabbi.
    Skop said.
    No child beyond the age of 11
    will be admitted to the Coral Ga-
    bles Jewish Center Hebrew School
    without prior Hebrew studies or
    the ability to meet the entrance re-
    quirements for Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
    AH students who have been Bar or
    Bas Mitzvah enter the Confirmation
    Class for high school study.
    AMAZING NEW COFFEE
    THE CANTORS' CHOICE
    Aoniversary of the Inde-
    1 di the State of Israel was
    pd (luring late Friday
    services ot th North Shore
    | here with Council-
    rnett Roth delivering the
    Un in Hie subject "Re-
    I rai
    recentu organized North
    I District sponsored
    I Sal Hi celebrated at
    I
    I i rogram followed
    I n the Center social
    I icussion group, led
    prominent Zionists, who
    quest ions regarding
    < oi brael. The Zionist
    prop, Young Judaea, of-
    raeli songs and dances as
    1 rtainment. Refresh-
    N served at an Oneg
    Murday morning. May 8,
    tailed at 8:45 a.m., at
    lime were celebrated the
    jrvoth of Harold Doan, son
    and Mrs Louis Doan, and
    [Richman. son of Mr. and
    wrt Kichman.
    i Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
    Per of the Center, address-
    confirmands on the Por-
    |the Law and presented the
    with Bibles in the name
    forth Shore Zionist District,
    P of the Israel Sabbath,
    today afternoon, at 4 p.m.,
    bnist District sponsored a
    I session leaturing readings
    [iddish literature and se-
    pom Jewish legend.
    Mayer Abramowitz, in
    pg services, also honored
    Day. Cantor Edward
    Mnteu" the liturgy.
    IWV. Auxiliary
    nduct Services
    "k-Miami Springs Jewish
    Perans Post 681 and the
    will conduct memorial
    'the Hialeah Jewish Cen-
    | Friday.
    ^ Chaplain Rabbi Harry
    * and J.w.V. Cantor Ben
    Ted Robinson an-
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    RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
    TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
    h:ld Friday evening services at
    S:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
    officiating and discussing: "Faith
    l I America."
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Friday evening serv-
    s at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
    ris Skop officiating. Tribute will
    be paid to the 35 faculty members
    oi the Center. Nat Rood, chairman
    Mil. Sam Beckman. PTA president.
    will be guests of honor. Mrs. Joel
    Bilov, teacher of the confirmation
    < .. ss, will invoke the Sabbath can-
    dle blessing. Rabbi Skop will
    ;tch on the topic: "Judaism in
    1 actice Saturday morning serv
    - are at 10 a.m.
    <
    SRAELITE CENTER will hold
    da} evening services a( 6:45
    ; i. Saturday morning services
    at 8.30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvah
    Chester Sirkus, son of Mr. and.
    "s. Bernard Sirkus. is scheduled
    :. hbi M irtOB Malavsky will offi-
    < .to anil deliver the sermon. Can-
    Nathan Salkow will render the
    musical portions of the liturg}
    V ncha is at 6:45 p.m. followed
    Shalos Seudos
    .VEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
    v I hold early Friclav evening serv-
    - al 'i 30 p.n late services are'
    eduled tor 830 p.m.. and will |
    conducted by Rabbi Alfred We*
    n The Center choir will aasisl
    - bjecl of the Rabbi's sermon ii
    pproaching the Feast of Weeks
    Oneg Shabbal following will
    sponsored by Mr an I Mrs, Ifor-
    Marlin Saturda) morning serv-
    are al 9 s m. Ifincha is at 6 15
    : lowed b) Ma.irn
    :ONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
    i Fridi evenii sen ices
    6 i p mi Saturda) morning
    vici ..re at n s m Rabbi Abra
    i Sachs will officiate and speak
    the Weekly Portion His >ui>
    t will i> "The Lord Spoke to
    ses in the v\ ildi rneai Kiddush
    l t illi Mincha will be a 6:30:
    foil iwed b) Shalos Seudos
    3ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
    d Fridaj evening servii
    0 p m sen ice t->!
    duates "f local hiyh schools ili
    presented, with students dress
    m (... gown Rabbi Mas
    piro will officiate, with Cantor
    urice Mamches rendering the
    -.i a |. irtion: of the liturgy
    esl eaker will be Olin Webb,
    l Miami Senior Huh
    -- io"'.' Saturday morning sen
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    are at 9 a.m., when David, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, will
    become Bar Mitavah. The Rosens
    will sponsor the floral offerings,
    a o
    BETH EL CONGREGATION Will
    hold Friday evening services at
    630 p.m. Saturday morning. f>
    ices are at 8:30 a.m.;^Wfb Jhibbi |
    Shmaryabu Swirsky officiating and
    preaching on the theme: "The By
    Ways "i Sorrow and the Highways
    of Hope." A class in Talmud will
    be held at 5 p m. Mincha is at 6
    p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
    and a discussion of the Zohar. Can-
    tor Nathan Zeichner will render
    the musical portions of the liturgy
    Junior services are in Academ)
    Hall at 10 a in
    a a
    BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
    will hold Friday evening services
    at 6:45 p.m Saturday morning
    service* are at 8 30 am Rabbi
    Moses Meseheloff will officiate anil
    preach on the VteekU Portion
    Mincha is at 6:45 p.m., followed by
    Shajos Seudos, Dail) services will
    be at 7:30 am. and 6 45 and 7:15
    p m
    NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Fridaj evening sen
    ices at 8 15 p in dedicated to mem
    ben oi the ( enter Choir The) in
    elude Rita Epstein, Albert Grub-
    stein Dick Jacobs. Louis Jacobs,
    Geri Hechlowitz, Betty Mendclson,
    Paul Press Gladys Schaps and A
    Louis Mechlowitz. master Rabbi
    Mayer Abramowiti will officiate
    and preach on the topic "The
    Sweet Song of Judaism." Satur-
    da) morning services are at 8:45
    a in Leslie Libman, son of Mr.
    Ben Libman and Mrs Roth Cold,
    will become Bar MUzvah Rabbi
    Abramowiti will discuss the Week
    u portion Cantor Edward Klein
    will render the musical portions of
    the liturg)
    FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
    COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
    Friday evening services at 6:45
    p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim officiat-
    inu Saturda) morning services
    are >t 9 a.m., when Stephen, son
    Oi Mr and Mrs Marku- Stern. 3035
    SW 5th at will become Bar Ifitx
    vah Ret Heim will discuss the
    Week!) Portion and chant the mu-
    sical portu us of the liturg) Mm
    Cha is at 6.30 p m followed by
    Shalos Seudos. Hosts will hi < an
    tor and Mis Leo 1 rlieh Ifaariv
    will conclude the Sabbath observ-
    ance.
    NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Friday evening serv
    ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
    Ukolica officiating and preaching
    on the topu "The Golden Rule"
    Cantor Maurice Neu will render
    the musical portions of the liturgy,
    with Lucille Moon- directing the
    choir
    HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
    Friday evening service- ,i f, 4i)
    p.m. Saturda) morning services
    " at n Rabbi Alexander
    Cross will officiate and discuss th.
    Weeai) Portion Mincha i- sched-
    uled for t; in p m -,,1,1 win be [ol
    'owed b) Shalos Seu lo Sunday
    services are at 8 am. with d i I)
    services scheduled for 7 30 am
    and 6:45 p.m.
    a a
    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
    congregation will bold Friday
    evening services at 6 30 p m. Sat
    urday morning services are ,,i s
    a.m. Rabbi Simon April will of-
    ficiate ami preach on the topic
    "What Does D, c,ration l)..\ Mean
    to IV" a clan m Miahna will in-
    field at 5 30 p.m followed by Mm
    cha and Shalos Seudos Dail) serv-
    leei are at 7:80 a m and 6:30 pm
    a o a
    AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
    INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eve
    ervices at <; 45 p.m Satur
    da) morning serviei are .it p ., on .
    with Rabbi Isaac Ever and preaching on the Weekl) Pot
    tiOD Hairy ( iii.imer will Da host
    Social Security in
    Effect in Israel
    Continued from Pag* <
    present cost-of-living index, the
    Labor Ministry's National Insur-
    ance Institute will pay out about
    30 million pounds a year in old age
    pensions, maternity grants and'
    work accident insurance. J
    Of course, there are.those who-j
    oppose the entire scheme, and they j
    include not only verted interests.}
    such as the private insurance com-
    panies which are now losing con-.
    siderable business. Some call it
    "idealistic madness." arguing that
    a state should not turn itsetf into a
    "welfare state" so long as it de
    pends to such a large extent on out-
    side aid. To which the scheme's
    protagonists counter, "it is inherent
    in the Jewish creed to care for
    those who cannot care for them-
    selves and to make sure that no
    bod) starves." At the other end of
    the line, the extreme left wing of
    the KnessetMapam. left Social
    i-t- and Communistsdid not take
    part in the final voting last Novem-
    ber, because in their view the Bill's
    provisions do not go far enough. |
    And then there are those who fear j
    that by forcing employers to pay |
    pregnant women generous mater-,
    nity leave and to hold their jobs |
    open, many will think twice before,
    filling job vacancies with women.
    Preparations will soon begin for
    the second phase of the National
    Insurance Act. which is to com
    promise free medical services for
    all. free care of all invalids, and
    unemployment insurance That is
    more complicated and drafting will
    take some time, for in the case of
    the former, the activities of the
    Workers' Sick Fund (whose mem-
    bership counts well over half the
    population) have to be integrated
    somehow: and in the case of unem-
    ployment insurance, the Histadrut
    must be brought in.
    at Kiddush following. Mincha is
    scheduled for 6:30 p.m followed
    b) Maariv at 7:30. Daily services
    are at 8 30 a.m. and at 7 p.m. Sun
    day morning sen-ices are at 9 a.m.
    and 7 p.m.
    *
    ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
    hold services Friday at 6 p.m.. with
    Rev Rudolf E. Brill officiating.
    Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Sat
    urday The Bar Mitzvah of Carl.
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zit
    trer. will take place. Reception in
    honor of the Bar Mitzvah will In-
    held in the Center building Sun
    day services will he held at 9 a m.,
    and weekdays at 7 a.m.
    Booker T Motel
    Nears Completion
    Workmen are rapidly putting the
    finishing touches on the new 200
    unit Booker T Motel located on
    27th ave. between 42nd and 43rd
    st.. NW Miami, in preparation for
    the May 30 opening.
    The million dollar motel has
    been described by its backers,
    David Berwick. Herbert Green
    George. Talianoff and/ Sidney .Wal-
    ler, private investors of Miami-
    Beach, as "the moat extensive de
    velopment of its kind in the nation
    for Negroes."
    Communal leaders this week
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    JAY 28. 1954
    went
    %te Set
    Ottinger. chairman of
    lv Nursery School Com-
    Khe Greater Miami Jew
    lunity Center, last week
    1 the last in a series of
    Pj(,r Parents sponsored by
    of the three Greater Mi-
    ^ c (i m munity Center
    cnpols whwh took Phtee
    k.Tu^day andJ^*l*
    JrMJif Prf-scWtol'^hilo*'
    entary School" was the
    [discussion by Mrs. Mal-
    bebman. director of ele-
    fcducation,of the Dade
    Lard ol Public Instruc-
    Jhe Beach Branch. 1536
    I on Monday evening, and
    Ln Branch. 450 SW 16th
    luisdav evening.
    brence Lutx. West Miami
    ervisor. Dade County
    Public Instruction, dis-
    the Value of the Nursery
    experience as a Prepara-
    Elementary School" at the
    Canada Jewish Commu-
    |tr. ') NW 51st pi- on
    lav evening. A child guid-
    "Skippy and the 3 R's,"
    kn at ibis meeting.
    auricc Dann, chairman of
    Llor Granada Nursery
    fXA. Mrs. Seymour Samet,
    of the Town Branch
    I School PTA. and Mrs.
    JZibit. chairman of the
    hnch Nursery School PTA,
    tit an evaluation of the
    Mutes of the current
    '-torisltUrldltor)
    PAGE 7B
    Solution to Health Problems Lie in
    Research at Hebrew University Labs
    Continued from Pag* 4 r
    b n small amounts as food over a
    judgment. However, a number of g ?eriod nf ,ime- stimulate the
    Israeli physicians have put Dr. On* "
    genheim's findings to practical use
    and have concluded that rude fiv-
    er extract is, indeed, beneficial.
    So far as Dr. Guggenheim is con-
    cerned, that does not mean the end
    jries Revealed
    Public Library will pre-
    Isprinj: movie series, "The
    Carpet." n ihursday, June
    |n auditorium. The United
    |rit 1 he visited. Pictures to
    i are "Crossroadj of Amer-
    ,long El Camlno Real."
    r," with John Carradine,
    : Geronimo."
    his associates in the Medical
    School nutrition lab are now en
    deavoring to probe deeper and to
    learn what happens in the organ-
    ism treated by emetinewhy, in
    other words, the drug is a poison.
    As part of this effort, they are
    seeking to study how the animal
    cell uses nutrients under the in-
    fluence of emetine. Dr. Guggen-
    heim would also like to know just
    why it is that liver extract is of
    help in reducing emetine's toxicity,
    and so turns again to lengthy, pa-
    tience-trying experiments in the
    lab.
    Simultaneously, the Nutrition La-
    boratory has been working on
    problems which arose out of the
    recent scientific discovery that the
    germ-killing antibiotics, if given
    Rrowth. The questions of "why"
    and "how" immediately cropped
    It was known that certain B vita-
    mins had a profound effect on
    _ growth and that these vitamins not
    of the paste of emetine. He and only come directly from the food
    we eat but are also formed through
    synthesis by bacteria within the
    intestine. But what did antibiotics
    have to do with that?
    Working on this problem, the la-
    boratory scientists found that the
    growth of rats which had an insuf-
    ficiency of vitamins in their diet
    was improved if they were given
    antibiotics in addition. Moreover,
    they both excreted and stored in
    their organs larger amounts of B
    Vitamins than control rats given
    the same amounts of these vita-
    mins without antibiotics. And Dr.
    Guggenheim believes that these ex-
    periments buttress the theory that
    there are in the intestine certain
    bacteria which produce vitamins
    and certain bacteria which destroy
    tics, it was felt, may possibly affect
    them. The germ-killing antibio-
    the bacteria which are destructive
    to vitamins.
    Now Dr. Guggenheim and his as-
    sociates are seeking to discover
    which intestinal bacteria produce
    vitamins and which ones destroy or
    use them up. their work being part
    of a constant effort to pull aside
    the curtain veiling the mechanics
    of nutrition and so add to man*s
    basic knowledge in the battle of
    health.
    The Nutrition Laboratory has
    also sought to acquire a deeper in-
    sight into the phenomenon that
    malnutrition decreases man"s re-
    sistance to some infectious dis-
    eases. The course of experimental
    infections was studied with rats
    and mice on diets which were com-
    plete except that one nutrient, such
    as protein or a vitamin, was miss-
    ing. The animals were then infect-
    Grove Gallery Slates
    One-Man Exhibition
    s having a one-
    Mirell Gallery-
    Chester Tingler
    man show at the
    through May 31.
    Tingler was born in Buffalo,
    New York. He studied at the Art
    Students League in Buffalo and
    won a scholarship to the New York
    Art Students League.
    He has shown successfully in one
    of the New York 57th Street Gal-
    leries. He has also exhibited at the
    Norton Galleries and the Four Ats
    Galleries in Palm Beach and is a
    member of the Florida Federation
    of Art Circuit Group.
    He has been given an award by
    Mrs. Harry Payne Witncy.
    Mirell Gallery is at 18 Anthony-
    Arcade. Coconut Grove.
    Getting ready for the big annual regatta, which takes place on
    the picturesque four-mile private lake at Andron's Loon Lake
    Hotel, Loon Lake, Franklin County, N.Y., during the opening
    weekend on June 25. The hotel is owned and operated by
    David S. Andron and Dave Levinson.
    ed with typhoid bacilli or with the
    agent of relapsing fever, and in
    this way the Hebrew University ex-
    perimenters were able to assess
    the specific role played by var-
    ious nutrients in increasing resist-
    ance to infection.
    In one type of experiment groups
    of mice suffering from certain
    forms of malnutrition were all
    housed in one large cage. A mouse
    infected with mouse typhoid bacilli
    was introduced, and the spread of
    the infection in the mouse colony
    studied. The same procedure was
    followed with well nourished mice.
    Epidemics, it was found, swept
    through the colonies of malnourish-
    ed mie. while in colonies of well-
    nourished animals only a few con-
    tact cases were observed and mor-
    tality was low." "This type of experi-
    ment," Dr. Guggenheim says, "may
    serve as a prototype of what may
    happen in close human communi-
    ties or settlements into which a
    carrier of a transmissible infectious
    agent is introduced. The nutritional
    conditions of the community will
    certainly play a major role in the
    outcome of the epidemic."
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    FRIDAY
    American Notables ... Isaac Moses: The Jew of 1805
    By HARRY SIMONHOFF
    Harry Simonfioff's column, constituting series entitle*1,
    Imerican Notables, is being published by Tht Jewish florUian
    as part l the tercentenary celebration of Jewish strfltmeaf is
    the Unilti States.-The UitorsJ
    Several portraits in oil have preserved the features of
    I c Mono. The painting by John Weiley Jams hangs In
    the Museum of the City of New York. A large, firm MM
    nnates the face. The closed mouth and strong jaw
    v. uld suggest decision and force. The features that bast
    i cate the whole man are his expressive eyes, clear,
    large, steady, yei not without kindness. A sense for cle-
    ce pervades the tall, pelt beaver hat, the dotted vest,
    white linen cravat, and velvet black coat. The artists have
    limned for us a well-to-do merchant at the turn of the
    l i century, the beneficiary of an ever expanding Indus-
    trial Revolution.
    Horn in Germany at about 1742. Isaac Moses landed
    in New York 22 years old Six years later he married his
    c -in. daughter of the trader and community leader.
    K. nun Levy, who gave away with the bride a dower of
    0 pounds But the bridegroom did not do so badly
    1 r himself either Fie could match the uncle lather-in law
    ! settling I similar sum upon his wife In 21 years, their
    D was blessed with IP children, not so large a family
    b> Colonial standard!
    Isaac Hoses seems to have been endowed with the
    .en touch Success began to snule upon him shortly
    r arrival; he continued to prosper in ipite of disrup
    - the war brought to business Uprooted in 1776 when
    \ York was captured by the British, he was soon on
    mad in affluence in Philadelphia Before and after
    "i ktown, he owned in whole or in part sloop, three
    antines and four schooners
    ,m element ol luck, perhaps, shaped the conduct of
    c Moses Never having lived In England, he was tree
    he commercial attachment* thai determined the loyalty
    those merchant! who became Tories bj force ol cir-
    stances He needed onl) to contrast the barbarous
    ' ii lit it's thai obtained in Germany with the freedom
    opportunities in the Colonies No obligation to or
    - iiiieni ior England made the choice difficult to throw
    Is lol with the patriots
    tut the patriotism ol Isaac M.....s was not calculated
    policy. He could have made his peace with the British
    when they took over New York. Instead he abandoned
    home, warehouse, and virtually went into exile with such
    patriot! of Shearith Israel Congregation as Haym Salomon.
    Michael Moses Ha>- JOfWI Phillip! and (iershom Mendes
    Selxsj Owner of ships and a father of children, he joined
    the Pennsylvania militia in his 39th year.
    Privateering
    Venturing of ships for privateering presented hazards
    that appealed more to patriotism than to sound business.
    Many a boat fell captive to British cruiser- This form of
    legal piracy played a role in winning the war scarcely
    Irs- vital than the battlefield When we consider the 700
    boats captured and 'he loss of $18,000,000 to British mer-
    chants, we can understand the strong petitions of English
    business to end the war It WU in obedience to the urging
    of the Continental Congress that Isaac Moses put all his
    vessels, on the high seas to prey on British commerce.
    With hi- usual luck he emerged a winner. In 1782 he was
    able to don.lie 112 pounds for building the Mikveh Israel
    Synagogue in Philadelphia. Two years later he contrib-
    uted an additional 121 pounds for its upkeep and repair.
    Generous sums for those days
    In privateering ventures, Isaac Moses had the co-
    operation of Kobcrt Morris who held a partnership in
    several of his ships The famous financier of the Revolu-
    tion evidently had a high opinion of his Jewish associate.
    In his diary Morn- refers to Isaac Moses as "my friend
    ol austere culture and true knowledge." a higher tribute
    than he ever paid to Haym Salomon, whose contributions
    to American independence was far greater. It was prob-
    abl) due to experience with vessels that made Isaac Moses
    a member Of the Marine Society of New York.
    Financing for Liberty
    Risking his fortune in privateering was perhaps his
    most important war effort Capturing war material and
    provision! for the Americans badly in need of supplies
    had even greater importance than inflicting damage on
    British commerce Yei the patriotic deeds for which banc
    Moses is chiefly remembered are his financial acts Dur-
    ing the darkest period of the war. Washington\ army was
    sorelj in need ol food, clothes and ammunition. A bank
    wa- proposed, probably by Robert Morris, to establish
    the necessarj credit! for obtaining the wherewithal to
    can") on the struggle In this emergency. Isaac Mo-e.
    pledged.his "property and credit- i
    pounds towards the 300.000 p,m'd '" ,h< *]
    lishing the bank. He also invSed ,^*J
    days) in purchasing hills fr lh, nge SU["sJ
    army. Robert Morris mention- *!If
    in financing rendered by Isaac McWfiL'N
    period in the war to win lrec,i, durin<"H
    It is curious how social standar*. l 1
    generations In our own day. ,,,,, J'S sJ
    Jews shy away from religious ()r ,m?y "^W
    Yet in the 18th century The ,n. ZT' r"^
    erly sought after the honors ol the11 sh,nft
    ried leadership In the community ScT--
    ceived public recognition when 27 vea^u*fc
    of his life he carried the burdens ant For|
    In 1780 he. with his father-in-law broual, ?**
    the minister Ge.shorn Mendes SeiiaTS .*
    Torahs to Stanford. Conn., when he VJ^
    York. In 1782 he called the mefJuSfi! ***
    Israel Congregation and served ta&RS
    PffMifcgl
    South Florida Delegations to Participate
    In B'nai B nth Grand Lodge Convention
    r South Florid?
    I rs will attend Ihe
    ial convention of District
    1 d Lodgi No ."> to be held at
    Princess Issena Hotel Daytona
    . h -iji i i i ing,
    28, ami running through Mon-
    evening Mai 31
    ind partici
    in the convention from the
    I I
    enl -I the
    State Fi 'i B'nai
    th i >fi Ja. k R Wem,
    lent ol Flor
    n of B'nai B rith
    Chapti < lilbert i Bal-
    LeagU" B'nai B rith, and
    i State Fed< ration
    I'ritl I : .1
    an I I'., ach, national
    missioi i r, Anti i>< tarnation
    ue ol B nai B'rith; Milton \
    dn at MI imi n itlonal commit '
    er, B'nai B'rith Youth I li
    n Mrs Ida Optner, Miami, vice
    president, Women's District Grand
    ge No. 5: Mrs Sol (ioldstrom.1
    mi Beach, honorary vice presl
    t. Women's District Grand
    I ge'No. 5.
    Also planning to attend anil par
    i pate in the Convention are the
    dames Rich. Minna Litman.
    th Fletcher, Edith Simmons.
    l Prensky, Elta Frankel, Tina
    r. Kmma Lazarus Chapters;
    Jane Robinson. Shirley Mark-
    el Needelman, Eleanor Roose-
    V< t Chapter; Helen Sanders. Dave
    er. Ben Lebow, Harry Kaufman,
    S J Goldstrom, David Brown, lrv-
    Solomon, Benjamin Riner. Hel-
    en Reich, Miami Beach Chapter;
    rge Baltuch. Sam Kalick. Ku
    gem Schwarz. Max Davis. Sam Rud-
    n.ck. Karl Greenberg, Leon Kapee.
    Bernard Hoffman, (ieorge l.e\enon.
    Jack Wem. Mark Silverstein, Dan
    WoJfaon, Ida Westhoff. Sam Belsky.
    Louis Marks, Bernard Goldfinger,
    ton Mannlieimer, North Shore
    Chapter; and Messrs. Samuel Stein,
    Eerzjfimin Riner, Daniel M. Broad,
    Gi?bert J. Balkin. Sam Goldstein.
    Jack August, George Talianoff,
    Michael Sossin, Miami Beach
    Lodge.
    "Irs. Irving Hoffman. Mrs. Max
    Bohrer. Mrs. Jack Bergman, Mrs.
    Robert Kopelman, from Hollywood
    Chapter; Louis D. Sterling. Paul
    tein, Daniel Danart, from Ft.
    Liraderdale Lodge; and Mrs. Jack
    Kapner, Mrs.. Frank Bayer, from
    Palm Beach Chapter
    \ special South Florida coach i-
    being arranged lor the Convention
    trip on the Fiorina East Coast Rail-
    road under the chairmanship of
    lack Kirchbaum, vice president of
    Ihe B'nai B'rith Council ol South
    Florida
    l ouis Ossmak). Sr. ol Daytona
    Beach, will installed as i i a
    presidi i' oi Bnal B'rith District
    <.iand Lod at the con en-
    tion
    The port! on B'nai B'rith activities and
    projects, including ihe Anti-Deiam
    ation Leagi.....i B nai B'rith. B'nai
    B'rith Hlllel Foundations, B'nai
    B'rith Youth Organization B'nai
    B'rith Institutes ol Judaism and
    Americanism and Civic Affairs ->ro-
    grains
    diately he took the initiative in 1Ca ,ri
    ground, which within a year supported ffi'Sill
    bu.hding erected in Pennsylvania Returning^
    he began active part.c.pation as a trustee ouj?
    SheS tSST ""*" ^ -*- B
    New York Real Estate
    In New York, Isaac Moses appears to have
    future rise in real estate values \ |jst o( h*
    aggregate the then impressive -urn of $160000
    his properties listed is a $25,000 estate in tail
    This tract of land, known as the Cooper farm lavi
    32nd and 35th Streets from Seventh Ave to the as
    River. Had his heir followed the example of u|
    family and preserved the estate intact, its valael
    could pay off the national debt 0| .me republics!
    doms, whose diplomats sit deliberating at the |
    Nations not too many block- away
    A top member of the Chamber <>f (ommertet
    founder of the Bank of New York, his repute i
    reached Europe. For in 1805 Isaac Mom re
    invitation to attend the ceremon) at the corunaticej
    Kmperor Napoleon.

    A
    UM
    M
    Young Adults Hold
    Annual Dinner Dance
    Young Adult Croup of Temple
    Emanu-El held it- second an-
    nual dinner dance on Sunday. May
    16. at 7 p m.. in the social hall of
    the Temple, n was announced by
    Irving SchejT, president.
    The catered kosher dinner was
    followed by dancing at 9 p.m.
    to the music of Walter Lee and
    his orchestra
    Bob Stone was chairman of the
    dinner dance and was assisted
    b) Kathy Rothman, Debbie Grs-
    boyes, Arleric Weishlatt. I'hyliss
    (ioldstein. Sue Sheppard. lion
    Marks and Elaine Schwartzman.
    Beach Chamber to Move
    Into New Quarters
    The Miami Beach Chamber of
    Commerce will move into new1
    quarters at Washington Avenue
    and 17th st. in three weeks. Free-
    land B. Cresap. Chamber president,
    announced this week. The present
    furniture and equipment that has
    been in use since 1925 will be re-
    tired. Cresap added.
    Henry Cove, chairman of the
    Chamber's Furniture and Equip-
    ment Fund, reported to the Board
    of Governors that new equipment
    and furnishings for the Chamber's
    new quarters will cost $15,000. Ap-
    proximately one third of this
    amount has been raised by the
    Equipment and Furnishings Com-
    mittee.
    I 'Vl
    J
    Shown at an installation banquet of Little River Lions Club are (standing, left to W^*",
    McClure, director; Harvey Goodman, Lion tamer; Jerry Mega, retiring president; Hoi*
    Fried, deputy district governor; C. Woodville, Jr., newly elected president; Bernard Ma"
    first vice president; and Fred K. Shochet, second vice president. Kneeling are 'am(**
    secretary; Earl Newby director; James Rixx, director; Corrado Lozito, third vice pM*""!
    William F. George, director. Not shown are E. Russell Gilbert, treasurer; and
    tailtwister.
    U of M Music School
    Students to Graduate
    Annual commencement concert
    of the University of Miami School.
    "I Music will be held at the Miimi'
    Senior High School Auditorium on I
    Sunday afternoon. May 30. 3 p m.
    The t mvei-sitj Symphony Or-
    chestra. John Bitter, conductor, and
    Modest.. Alloo. associate conductor,
    will present the concert with ad
    winced student lolotstl chosen
    ffom the Sch ml of Musk
    The ten performers wil, be Don
    na Keed Armstrong, conductor
    Betty Booth, soprano; Thomas Fi
    Orel la, pian i. Edwin Grzesmkow .! violin; Homer Hutchinson. violon-
    cello; Patsy Melton, soprano. R,.no
    Prince, viola; Barbara Schelberg
    conductor; Junes Scholl. trumpet'
    and Marion Seifert. soprano
    Beth David Picnic
    Religious School and congrega-
    tion picnic of Beth David Svna
    gogue will be '-ield on Sunday May
    JO. 10 am. at Pit No. 1, Crandon
    Pictured is the new home of the August Do -^ ^m
    Agency at 128 SE 2nd ft. MiamL Listed as ^^fcenH
    advertising agencies in Florida, it is also one o^ ^ ^ _
    cupy its own building. Included among Augui ^ ]
    accounts are the State ol Florida. City of Miami
    Beach Railway Company, Moore's Furniture
    Beverage Sales, Inc.


    \v MAY 26, 1954
    Robinson Named President of
    mi AJC; 'Heresy Hunting1 Rapped
    Pointing out that a coalition
    JtJf****iHrr***>r,
    PAGE 9 B
    *.. '.
    _ religious and civic groups
    Lkl. the lead in lifting the
    7t of fear which is smother-
    Lriea's basic freedom," Ed-
    Lukas. director of the Civil
    Department of the Amer-
    hwish C'omniitteo. warned
    L,.k m an address to the
    Cr Miami Chapter at the I)e-
    otcl. Miami Beach.
    {ted to office were Leo Robin-
    tsident; Burton B. Goldateia,
    -resident; Judge Harold B.
    second vice president; Rich-
    .ii.on. secretary; J. Gerald
    treasurer; Dr. Kurt Peiser,
    |,an of the executive commit-
    rev J. Bert man, Herman A.
    f Ben I-' Danbaum. David B.
    an. Arthur S. Friedman,
    [Gillette. Mrs. Jennie Gros-
    Jerome C. Hofmayer, How-
    ne. Aaron M. Kanner, M. J.
    pwitz. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
    j,- I. Markow, Baron de
    Meyer, Van Myers, Judge
    and G. Nathan, Lee Ruwitch.
    n, I) Singer, David Stuzin
    r Joseph M. Wcidberg, mem-
    the executive committee.
    lit Social Group
    Officer Election
    extreme rightists in the United
    States was violating the basic
    tenets of American democracy
    Lukas, a national authority on con-
    stitutional law, told the as.,,,.
    Wage "that the chief characteristics
    of their attack is the denial to
    other Americans <,i freedorri of
    speech, freedom of thought and
    freedom to read what one wishes."
    "These zealots, who have com-
    pletely forgotten that the first ten
    amendments to the United States
    Constitutional art a Bill of Rights
    he declared, "are actually imposing
    on America a blanket of fear which
    is smothering America's basic free
    doms. It would be one of the trage-
    dies of history if these people
    killed our democracy while at
    tempting to fight the insidiousness
    of Communism. With our basic
    freedoms gone. Communism, the
    very enemy they purport to fight,
    could fill the vacuum."
    Lukas said that it is the duty ol
    alert religious and civic groups to
    lead the fight against "indiscrim-
    inate heresy hunting." He stated
    that while there is an urgent need
    for security measures "such neces-
    sity must not obscure the dangers
    inherent in a climate of suspicion
    and fear generated by unthinking
    zealots."
    "We must exeici.se all r< Rsonable
    vigilance against iiifiltrative t ,1,
    niques, sabotage and all other ef-
    forts to undermine our economic
    political and military strength," he
    Sunday Concert Patrons Revealed Here
    Leo Robinson
    Rosenthal, leader of the
    Social "Group, Greater Miami
    Community Center, was re-
    elected president for the
    year
    r officers include Zelda asserted. "But this vigilance must
    be exercised within the framework
    of our democratic way of life, lest
    the result of wild-eyed, indiscrim-
    inate here.sy-hunling cause irrepar-
    secretary and publicity able darnage (() lht, dcnUlCratic ,,.
    I awl Sigfried Berglcr, vice
    ents; Kea Kelter, correspond-
    kcri't.iiv; Leah Kuenstler, re-
    tan; Irving Saal, treasurer.
    minted to chair committees
    {membership, Kay Durner;
    |m. Lou Stein: refreshments,
    (untz; telephone, Maralene
    land Estelle Rubin; hostess,
    Igrasian; hosts. Ernest Kuld
    Edward Kantor; newspaper.
    Rose and Flo Breslow.
    p largt project for the newly
    boih will be a swim-dance
    Pevelander Hotel on Sat-
    I evening. May 29.
    bre of our nation."
    In welcoming the new officers.
    Seymour Samet, southeast area rector of the AJ Committee,
    stressed the significance of thi
    community relations responsibili-
    ties which they had undertaken.
    Referring to last week's Supreme
    Court decision on segregation in
    the public schools, he urged that
    the chapter give full consideration
    to the role which it can play in as-
    sisting the community to success-
    fully deal with this verj sensitive
    problem.
    Hov 0'haptvr to
    Install OtiivvrH
    Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women,
    will hold installation ceremonie- on
    Thursday, June 3, 1 p.m., at Beth
    El Center.
    Mrs. Rose I'ertes, outgoing presi-
    dent, after serving for five years,
    will be master of ceremonies. Mrs!
    Bmanuel Karger, regional director
    of Mizrachi Women will install the
    following officers:
    President, Mrs. Rachael Sawo-
    witz: first vici president, Mrs. Mor-
    ris Zimmerman; second vice presi-
    dent. Mrs. Abraham Sachs; third
    vice president. Mrs. Abe Shatz.
    Treasurer, Mrs. Abe Rosenberg;
    financial secretary, Mrs. Max S.
    Newberger; corresponding secre-
    tary. Mrs. Jacob Kahn; and record-
    ing secretary. Mis Goldie Indgin.
    Rabbi Henry Okolica, of the
    North Dade Jewish Center, will be
    speaker. Cantor Nathan Zeichner
    will sin},.
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    New York The first pictorial
    biography of David Ben-Gurion. Is-
    , rael's first Prime Minister, is now
    i published in an English edition and
    has reached the U.S. Prepared in
    Tel Aviv several months ago by
    Ayanot Publishing House, the He-
    brew edition was one of Israel's
    most popular bestsellers.
    The album is entitled "David
    Ben-Gurion. A Pictorial Record,"
    and contains pictures of Ben-
    Gurion's personal history from his
    early adolescence down to his re-
    cent resignation from the Govern-
    ! ment and his life at the isolated
    Negev settlement of Sdeh Boker.
    where he is seen tending and feed-
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    more than 200 pictures are accom-
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    The album was published with
    the authority of Ben-Gurion and
    under the editorship of Yehudo
    Erez, his close associate and con-
    fidante for many years, who has
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    A special section shows pictures of
    Ben-Gurion on his tour of the U.S.
    in 1951 and the welcome and
    parade given him in New York.
    Other sections show him with Is-
    raeli troops, the Israeli Cabinet, in
    Parliament, with settlers and farm-
    ers and as soldier.
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    J25>AY
    GLOBAL SHORTS
    Two Held in Extortion Attempt Leading British Newspapers
    On 20 Jewish Families
    DALLAS (WNS) On April 29.
    according to a charye made by the
    FBI. 20' prominent Jewish families
    received letter! which began: "You
    Jeffs to pay S2O0.000. How many
    you Jews be dead before you pay.
    Acid dynamite fire e.uns
    \uii pay. This week
    weeks ol long-distance negotiations
    between the alleged extortioners,
    James ll. Jones and his brother,
    Ralph F. Jones, and the two Jewish
    brothers, Julius and George
    Schepps, the FBI trappi il the Jones
    brothers when one of them at-
    t< rapted to colled .i pat k..ur which
    was supposed to contain the
    s2ikmi;,ii
    Oppose U.S. Arming of Arabs
    LONDON (WNS) The Times
    of London tad the Manchester
    Guardian, Britain's two leading
    newspapers, this week published
    editorials expressing concern over
    the American decision t>> ship arms
    will make | to Iraq. The Times editorial warn-
    after two|ed thai the "prevailing mood In
    Israel is dangoroua because it ma)
    harden into desperation"
    U.S. is Friendly to Israel,
    Secretary Dulles Assures Eban
    WASHINGTON (WNS. Secre
    larj of State John Foster Dulles
    attache- a hmh value to the friend
    between the United States and
    li dared Israel Ambassador
    an (his week alter a con
    rence with Mr Dulles Secretary
    Dulles, said the Ambassador,
    els it i- not right to believe an)
    recent events indicate an) lessen
    i American friendship and
    : ath) fnl I-rael "
    E"ptioni||y rta..
    \KU YORK WNSi
    mittee fur Jewish
    tna announced th
    n negotiations with Austria.
    probably on June 1. in Vienna for
    the settlement of Jewish claims
    arising out of losses suffered by
    Jews under Nazi rule Resumption
    of negotiations was urged bj l>r
    Julius Raab. the Chancellor of Aus-
    tria, said Dr Nahum Coldmann.
    chairman of the Committee's Joint
    Executive Board.
    U.S. Hate Groups Attacked by
    American Jewish Committee
    CINCINNATI wns \ state
    men! warning against hate
    igroups" in the United States mas
    ling under the cloak of pa
    I triotism was adopted this week b)
    the American Jewish committee at
    the closing session "t it- national
    i Kl CUth e c ii in 111 I t e e These
    groups, the AJC declared, "strive
    to promote racial and religious
    bigotry" and in some cases "under
    the cloak nf patriotism" have oh
    tamed support "from individuals
    ol standing in the communit)
    Jordan Murdered Wounded
    Israelis, Ambassador Says
    I NITED nations (WNS) Is-
    rael Ambassador Abba Kban this
    week submitted a letter to the Se Florida Academy of iKutscher to be Visiting
    cunty Council in which he charged |. _
    that on the previou- Sunday two j Physicians Convenes for Meet Lecturer at Dropsie
    Israeli policemen after being' Over 175 physicians, members | PHILADELPHIAEzeickel Kut
    CANTOR -
    '" rtadino ih. t ""'".
    RABBI (AlnJ
    '*Piiced|
    '..n chov.0::1::' -*
    n*trutt
    ISRAEL ANNIVERSARY: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher are shown
    lighting a huge birthday cake in honor of Israel's sixth anni-
    versary at Westview Country Club. Center is Rabbi Irving
    Lehiman, ol Temple Emanu-D.
    Austria to Resume Claims
    Talks, Dr. Goldmann Says
    Claims on An* w"un,lI',jb-v r,fle fire and dragged i of the Florida Academy of General \ scher. of the Faculty of the Hebrew
    Is week II would "*" ??. T* .mu7VL ,n Practice, held their annual meet- University, will be a visiting lee
    Browned Praises U.S. Jewry
    At America-Israel Dinner
    WASHINGTON fWNS) Ameri-
    can Jew- during the three centur-
    ies the) have lived in this country
    "were in the forefront of all causes
    tailing upon America to adhere to
    the highest ideals and traditions,
    declared Attorney General Herbert
    cold blood by elements of the arm-
    ed forces of Jordan who had pene-
    trated into Israel territory." Ask
    ing that his letter be circulated
    among all members of the United
    Nations. Mr. Eban pointed out that
    it is especially urgent that the
    true facts concerning this Jordan-
    ian act of aggression be made
    known, in view of the distorted evi-
    dence presented by Jordan to the
    United Nations authorities."
    Israel-Arab Border Tension
    Continues, UN Unit Observes
    JERUSALEM (WNS) Violent
    incidents and tension on the Israel-
    Jordan borders continued during
    the week, at the end of which the
    i Jordan Israeli Mixed Armistice
    Bn wnell Jr in ,i speech this weekICommission, which the Israelis are
    at the first national dinner of the \ boycotting, condemned Israel for
    America Israel Societ) With re two truce violations in which four
    gard to I-rael the Attorney Gen IJordanians were killed The two
    eral said that the world is watch resolutions adopted by the Mixed
    r the Jewish State to set an Armistice Commission blamed Is
    example of true tolerance and un- \ racli forces for opening fire on
    derstanding in its relations with Jordanian farmers in the vicinity
    ing at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
    last week with Dr. Leonard L. Weil,
    of Miami Beach, president of the
    group, presiding.
    Dr. Solomon B. Goldman deliv-
    ered a talk to the assemblage on
    "Genito I'urinary Problems of In-
    terest to the Family Physician."
    Named to serve for the year
    1953-1956 were: president elect. Dr.
    Frank P. Linz of Tampa; vice presi-
    dent-elect. Dr. Walter W Sackett.
    Jr., of Miami: and Dr. Leon Eise-
    man of Hialeah. secretary-treasurer
    of the organization.
    its neighbor- "
    Paris Invites Habimah for
    Five Performances at Festival
    I'ARIS (WNS) The city of
    Paris has invited the Habimah The
    Btre Of I-rael to participate in the
    International Dramatic Arts Festi
    val to be belli in the French cap
    of the villages of Falama and Qal-
    qilya, both in the Tulkarm district
    north o| Jerusalem.
    32 More Rumanian Jewish
    Leaders Sentenced to Prison
    TEL aviv .WNS, News that
    reached Israel this week tells of
    more Rumanian Zionist and
    be .
    Theatre.
    Doctor's Apparatus Relieves
    High Blood Pressure
    BUENOS AIKF.S fWNS) An
    apparatus designed by Dr. Asher
    Hibashan, a Jewish doctor who has
    been living in Argentina for the
    past seven years, relieves high
    blood pressure. An article in "El
    Dia Medico," Argentine medical
    magazine, by two doctors describes
    the successful use of this equip-
    ment on 30 patients.
    se
    i series of
    trials involving an estimated 150
    Jewish leaders A decision to start
    a man hunger strike on |faj ijj Ul
    protest against the trial and im
    prisonmenl of Rumanian Jewish
    leaders wa- announced during the
    week here by an organization of
    former Rumanian Jews
    Zim Line's Representatives
    Move to New Quarters
    NEW YORK The American Is-
    raeli Shipping Co.. Inc., owners'
    representative in thi western hemi-
    sphere of the Zim Isiael Navigation
    Co., has moved from its former lo-
    cation on William st to new quar-
    ters at 19 Rector st New York 6.
    N Y. The firm's telephone number.
    DIgby 4-7600. remains unchanged
    In addition to an extensive sched-
    ule of sailings between Israel and
    major Mediterranean port*, provid-
    ing regular weekly connections for
    travelers to tnd fr.,m the Jewish
    State, the Zim Israel Navigation Co.
    operates the S.S Jerusalem. Israel's
    first transatlantic liner, on the inly
    regularly scheduled >earround
    passenger service between New
    York and Haifa.
    The S.S Jerusalem's next depar-
    ture date, from New York to Israel
    via Ceuta and I',ranis, will be on
    Wednesday. June 9
    turer at the 1954 summer session of
    Dropsie College for Hebrew and
    Cognate Learning, it was an-
    nounced by Dr. Abraham A. Neu-
    man. president of the college This
    course is being offered through the
    courtesy of the Department of Edu
    cation of the Jewish Agency for
    Israel.
    Kutscher will lecture on the His-1
    tory and Development of the He- j
    brew language. In this course, focus
    will be placed on the main charac-
    teristics of Biblical, rabbinic, me-
    dieval and modern Hebrew. Kut-
    scher has written a number of im
    portant monographs in the field of
    Hebrew and Aramaic philology. He
    is now completing a comprehensive ,
    study in this fielo.
    SPOT WEED L.
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    Jewish Groups Seek Bar
    For Travel Segregation
    WASHINGTON (WNS) A spokes
    man for the national Jewish reli
    gious bodies of the United States
    and for national and local Jewish
    community relations organizations
    this week urged the House Com-
    mittee on Interstate and Eoreign
    Commerce to approve legislation
    prohibiting racial segregation of
    passengers on the nation's rail-
    roads and other interstate carriers.
    Ex-Soviet Agent Says
    Anti-Semitism Increasing
    MUNICH -Anti-Semitism
    in Russia is increasing, according
    to Capt Nikolai E. Khoklov. a non
    Jew and a former Soviet secret
    police agent who recently fled the
    USSR when, he says, he refused
    to carry out an order to assassinate
    an anti Soviet White Russian lead
    er. Capt. Khoklov said that some
    of his Jewish friends could not get
    jobs in the Soviet Union for which
    they were highly qualified. He
    stated that the regime in the So-
    viet Union was doing nothing to
    curb anti-Semitism, but also ex-
    pressed the opinion that no drastic
    anti-Semitic measures were in
    prospect.
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    MAY 28. 1954
    *M*j$titkrkMam
    \ Youth Air
    is at Coral
    iew'nh Center
    Ibincd audience of parents
    agers likened to a double
    parents and youth in a
    lairing -f their "gripes and
    Thursday night at the
    IMgj Jewish Center.
    clima
    LEGAL NOTICE
    08ram ^rrryrr r -~.-E| ** filed against K ani'M
    see activities now beinfl mR.iir re.mire.1 t s. ,w. Wt
    1er a# **^s? .fn,i- i .i. urn t iWH
    gd at I he Gables Center
    he extension services of the
    Miami Jewish Community.
    moderator was Emanuel
    fcMJl'i" director of activ-
    r.- of questions was pre-
    a program committee and
    I the following subjects: dat-
    f(W hour, going steady, use
    [car. trusting parents with
    estions. the fraternity-sor-
    estion, responsibilities at
    d how to be popular.
    lions were illustrated
    i the use il a series of skits
    Id b) Mis. Nathan B. Rood,
    chairman.
    w School Exercises
    jiesday. .lune 2, at 1:30 p.m.,
    no- t!ie closing exercises of
    |h David Hebrew School for
    \t 195354 Certificates and
    i of Honor will be presented
    rnts fm outstanding achicve-
    urins the school year.
    LEGAL NOTICI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    CHANCERY n ioi S(,M..>\ JOY QINHRERo. I'lalnWf
    vs.
    HTCAHT MAYNARI. (lnVSBERd,
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION"'"'
    TO: STUART MAYNAItll OINSBERd
    2747 Leslie Boulevard
    Lle'lott. Mi, I,.
    AUK HEREBY NOTIRIEll
    .,111 'if 1'iiiniilaiiii f,,r 1"-
    lten filed
    PAGE 111
    LEGAL NOTICE
    plaint on Plaintiff* Attornes and file
    the oiiKiri.il Answei in On .r 11. ,. I
    in.- Citirk of the Clreull < 'ourl on m
    before the Mih dn of June, m..4
    otherwise, the allegation* ,,f said |. >i
    of Complaint will be taken a* confess-
    ed against you
    Dated this Jl-t rlav of Ma) 1'.", i
    E 11. LEATHERMAN'
    oi.rk of the Cln uit Com'
    By: R. 11. kick, nt
    *,*K"U .. Depntj i-lerk
    OEORlSE .1. TALIANOI i ESQ
    Attorney fuf Plaintiff
    42H Lincoln It.,ad. Miami Reach, Fla
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAIVlc LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY. OIVEN thai
    the ini.l. i -i(in. ,i desiring to engage In
    bus In.*.-, under the fictitious name of
    PROMOTIONAL I'RODl'CTH PCI hi
    2640 S.W. 28th l.i.ne. Miami, Florida
    Intend* t.. reglstei Bald name with the
    Clerk ..f the Circuit Court bade
    County, Florida.
    STYLANEZE, INC.,
    a Florida corporation
    PALLOT. SILVER & MlLl.oV
    Attorneys for Stylanexe, in,
    7nl Congress Hl.lv Miami. Fla,
    .1/28 6/4-11-IS
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OB twc
    ANnV!ST"iUIC'ALU27RCU.TT"N
    m ^?R^DA0E COUNTY. FLOR
    l>8R MARIE l-'ILo, '
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    Bronx. New Vork
    ihL i.\"K "ERBBV NOTIFIED
    ifik T'1 ,l"1 ,n tfl- "fflctHkf tile
    H* "i Hi. ,'ircuit (.'..in to I... i..
    ' *inlx. Fi,lda. and v., .\,.\l,,,,.
    wmnian.lcd t., be and appear ill said
    Ircult i ..int. had.- County. Florida,
    'ti tin- i if l day ..I June, IM4, to show
    '.',|:ISV > !M Petition ihould not be
    in-anted, otherwise, the matter* alleg-
    ed In said Petition for Adoption shall
    taken as confessed bv you
    l'"M: AND ORDERED a( Miami.
    ''m,;:";;''; ....... tw- *>
    lv B. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Clrcull C iui i
    Bj \VM. Vv HTOCKINQ,
    ....... _,. Deputy Clerk
    Son i.- il,,- notice i- riled in ac-
    cordance with Chapter 7.', Be. n,.,, i.:,
    riorida Ktatutea, 1953
    HENRY M. CAIN, Allv
    2..I8 U Flaglei St., Miami, Florida
    i 1-21-28 .; i
    LEGAL NOTICE
    riCE BV PUBLICATION
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    ftA, IN AND FOR DADE
    1 IN CHANCERY NO. 189496
    JR I. I IKI.MAN. Plaintiff.
    1,1 HK1.MAN, h.f.n.lant.
    ,i\ i i IKLMAN
    ll'.iik T. irace Knst /
    Vork, N Y.
    ri to nerve a copy of
    l.,, tn Hi. lull of Complaint
    wee on plaintiff's attorney,
    Jile the a i n..I answer In the
    tl the t'lerk of the Clrcull
    i before the WUl A*.) "i
    I ; otherwhM, the Hill
    llidnt f"! Iiivorre, hen-lot.>ie
    nn, will in taken a* confessed.
    Jut Miami, Florida. thl tin U
    Uy, 1954.
    K. II. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of the etrrutt Court,
    Pan, County, Florida
    B) \VM. \v. .stockim;
    Pour I S..1I1 Deputy Ulerk
    nd Add 1. ss of
    .s.ili, Itol :
    A fHIEDMAN
    ktHild Building-, Miami. Mot Ida
    l/4-ll-ls
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HF.KF.HY orVBN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    l.iisiiiess under the fletitioui name ol
    SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE, at
    :':i47 coral Way, Miami. Intend to reg-
    ister said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    CHARLES M FREEFIKLD
    MARIAN FREED ELD
    :,/14-21-L's |/
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    FOR OADE COUNTY, FLOR-
    N CHANCERY. No. 169409
    0, APOSTLE, Plaintiff.
    tC M'lisri.l-:. Defendant.
    riCE BY PUBLICATION '
    DRGH I' APO8TUG
    1-llT J< .'. i A\-rnue
    -t Hills, i, I New Vork
    be hereby notified that a Hill
    plaint for Divorce has been ft I -
    1 >ou, and you are required
    <>l\ of \..ur Answer or
    Hill ..11 the plaintiffs
    SERSIIliN S. MlllLBR, 42
    Ruud, Miami Beaoh, Fla., and
    orls ni 11 the office of the
    I' Hi" cir.-uit Court on or be-
    Mth dn.i -.r .iiii. ls.M. other-
    inn Complaint win he
    1 conf< -i bj you. '
    i M 1 1. Florida,, this tlsl
    |Ha>', :
    I 1 LEATHERMAN,
    ci. k of the ClrcoM Court,
    !' County, Fla.
    : It. 11 KICK. IK
    Deputy Clerk
    1
    TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    ' I- IS IIKREBY UIVEN that
    dealt ing to eBjjnge In
    un.l. 1 the. fictitious name
    BIN 1:1:1.iciiics STORE, at
    C "' A\e inieiids to register
    *'" 'llh Hi, Clerk of the Clr-
    '".,"' I'"1, Countr, Florida.
    ''M.I'll \ 1 AMACHO. Owner
    [ 1 ii' Bldg.
    II/4-I1-1S
    Rf.C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
    IV J5'AL CIRCUIT OF FLQR.-
    V'^JOR DADE COUNTY.
    N-C.ERY- No. 169393
    EVERETT L1BMA-N;
    t Plaintiff,
    BiHRi!AN- Defendant.'
    lS, BY PUBLICATION
    r*INE LI KM AN
    louher Avenue
    . N. York
    [ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
    r Aiisw, ,,, ,,,,. f ,.,
    I"i INvnrce lth the Clerk of
    r>* Styled Court, and serve a
    *\, '":"," KKHSLER & OAKH,
    > fw Plaintiff. 17|J W. Flag-
    Miiuii, Florida, on or be-
    I'.v of June, 1954, else
    " 'Jill lie taken as confessed.
    "Jy 21, 1154.
    ,, I.KATMKRMAN.
    1. "f Circuit Curt
    "y JVM W BTOCKINO
    l/4-ll-,s """ly n,,k
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the flrtftloua name ol
    TWIN CITY BI'lLDERS, at 1534 Pout
    A\-. Mkimi Beach, Fla., Intends to
    register said name ith the Clerk dI
    the circuit court of Dmi. County,
    Florida
    LEONARD BCUIPP, Sole Owner
    MYBRK, H El MAN and KAPLAN
    Attorneys for Applicant
    ISO s. \i-ilii Hide
    r> :!-;.". /l-n
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    1 islness und.r the fictitious nan.....r
    MARLIN OIL COMPANY (Nol Inc.)
    ," H Palais Drive, Miami Beach,
    Florida, intends 1., register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    "f Hade County, Florida.
    BERNARU RODINS
    President and Sole 1 > ner
    GEOROE .1 TALIANOPP, ESQ
    Attorney f, Petitioner
    5/14-21-28 4
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
    iii. undersigned, desiring lo engage in
    business under the fictitious name df
    l:i:.\'\.\\ MORTGAGE CO, i.Not Inc.)
    Bl ] 115 94th HI Bas Harbor Island,
    Intend to register said name with the
    Clerk of tin clrcull Court of Dade
    t'ountv, not Ids
    BENJAMIN NEWMAN
    ANNA NEWMAN
    MONROE DIXON
    \ rney for Applicants
    50.5 1 ih mpla Bldg.
    .". "-14-21-2S
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    ....... NAME LAW
    .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    P.^fi .*."" ","1'-' the fictitious ,,.,,......f
    ' "-'i1** ARCADE, e/o Berlck, Bha-
    i'.j ,,""' Attornays, *20 Unooln
    ica.i. Miami Beach, Intend to register
    said name with the Clerk ..f the Clr-
    cutt "unit ..f Dad.- County. F.....da.
    NATHAN VVEINBERG
    JACK 8UNENBLICK
    .... .HENKV SONENHI.H'K
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under 1I1. fictitious name of
    THE HOFHRAP HAH A: RESTAUR-
    ANT, at 17.' ciiai.ia Ave., Coral U.sb-
    Icm,'intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. FI01 Ida..
    HENRY MARTINELLI, Owner
    KB88LER (,- OARH
    LAttorneys for Applicant
    '1782 W. Flagler St.
    i/14-21-28 6/4
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169287
    CARL K HERNDON. JR.. Plaintiff.
    vs.
    DOROTHY PAULINE HERNDON,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: DOROTHY PAULINE
    HERNDON;
    Address unknown.
    TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED ta
    serv. a eon) Ol your Answer to the Bill
    of Complaint for Divorce filed herein.
    on plaintiffs attorney, Richard
    KRIEOER FINK, H-' Congress Bldg.,
    Miami, Florida, and to file the original
    in the office of the Clerk of the above
    Court on or before Ihe Mh day ol
    June. ISM; otherwise a default will
    be enter..1 againsi yon.
    DATED: thi- Dili day of May, 1984.
    E H. LEATHERMAN,
    i'l, > k of the Clrcull Court
    By M W PARTENHB1MER,
    Deput) Clerk
    5/2I-2S fi 1-11 _______^^
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious nan.....f
    JAY DEE A.M1SE.MENT CO., at ..It.
    N W. 6th St., Miami, Intend to regis-
    ter said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court -.f Dad- County, Florida.
    JOSEPH KOGANOV8K1
    BERNARD KOQANOVSKY
    MORTON M. BEIGEL
    Attorney for Applicants
    It W.,Flagler St.
    5/7-14-21 L"< ___
    St,
    29th
    ^sw^16"'
    "e Win, iS ... m" lo register
    art *f ,,h'' Ulerk of the Clr-
    Mt \i1'.'. "un'V. n.-rida.
    ,"Jt MARTIN PL.EISCHER ,
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring 10 engage W
    business undcu- Ihe fictitious name 01
    PKRSHINC. U>PNGE, at I2 V ;
    Avenue intends to register said name
    with tlv- Clerk "f Us' Circuit ourl of
    '"'' KATH.n1N''M'KE.RVvlE.d,H
    KESSI.EH tt GARS
    Attorneys for Applicant
    17.S2 \V. Hauler St.
    . 18 6/4-ll-lH____________.__________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    5/28
    8/4-11-18
    BbTHER BERLIN
    NOTICE'' UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    name ------- -
    Court of Dade County, -
    UAWBENCE 8. PARADIst
    KEHSLER "Alt*
    Attorneys for Atiplicsnt
    tm
    18
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
    business under the fictitious name of
    THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE (AND
    BAR), at 31 H.E, 1st Avenue. Miami,
    intend to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florid.,
    VINCENT A NA8TI >. JR.
    ZOLTAN 1 RECZC
    KESSI.EH fc CARS
    Attoinevs for Applicants
    178! W, Flagler St.
    5/7-14-11-28
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32792-B
    In It. ESTATE OF
    rose weinstein. Deceased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You, and each of you, ale hereby
    notified and required to present any
    claims and demands which you, or
    cither Of you, may have against the
    estate of rose WEINSTEIN, deceas-
    ed, late of Dade County, Florida, to
    the Honorable County Judges of Dade
    County, and file the satin- in their of-
    fices in the County Courthouse in
    Dade County, Florida, within elcht
    calendar months front the date of the
    first publication hereof. Said claims
    or demands to contain the legal ad-
    dress of the claimant and to be sworn
    to and presented si aforesaid, or same
    win be barred.
    Date Max 17. AD 1954.
    MORRIS WEINSTEIN
    As Executor of the Last Will
    and Testament of
    lit .si: WEINSTEIN, Deceased
    TIRK \- NEWMAN
    Attorneys for Executor
    420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fl.i.
    ., gi.fg .; 4-11
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
    business under the fictitious name ol
    PARKOTEL, at Hill Ni: Srd St.. Mi-
    ami intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Hade I'ouniy. Florida
    KITH STERN
    MYERS, HE1MAN A.- KAPLAN
    Attorn. for Applicant
    .,-,11 geybold Bldg,
    . 14-21-28 6/4
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    '" .....lerslgnssl, desiring to engage In
    .,.'.'.!'"'?- I""l*'r the fictitious name of
    THE s. .1 THWESTER, c o Southwest
    Letter Service, M47 .'oral Wav, Mi-
    ami, intend to register said name with
    n. I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    ' ountj, Plot Ida
    CHARLES M. IHEEHEI.D
    .4.a-tt "*/** *Sw"!ld
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
    DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    IN CHANCERY NO. 169333.
    IN' RE: ADOITION 1 If
    LINDA JOYCE BASS
    , Minor Child __
    NOTICE TO APPEAR
    TO; IIEItHEUT J. BASS
    T;es7 Castor Avenue
    Philadelphia, Pa. '
    YOU m:e HEREBY commanded to
    be' and appear In the sbove styled
    Court on the list day of June 1S..4
    , 'how cause why the Petition of
    ivld M Berger and Heat,...- Barter
    |0 adopt Linda Joyee Bass should not
    mted io this Court.
    """' Te'-l'^thermaiI ,
    Clerk ol the Circuit court
    Pad. County, 5SSsSL
    Bj WM W. SIO.KIM1
    Deputy Clerk
    KE8SLBR OARS
    attorneys tor Applicants
    1782 W. Hagler st.
    :, l- 6'4-U ^_________._____
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ihe undcrsisncl, desiring to engage in
    luslness utfde, Ihe flctiTlou^, name Of
    UACR ELECTRIC LIGHTING _l i
    ri V it Ml W. Havler Street. Mian.l.
    intends to r.*isier said nam. Uh the
    n.'rk .'< vS qircult Court ol Dade
    ''""' -'m'an'katZKN. Sole Owner
    MnNROK DIXON
    Attorney for owner
    -,i.a Olymida HWg.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168068
    .'I-!?.'..1''10 ': 8TULL. plaintiff vs.
    ALBERT E STCLL. defendant,
    Vol ALBERT K STII.I., are here-
    by noUfled to file y..ur defensive
    pleadings to this suit with this Court a
    ' lerk, and service a eopv thereof upon
    plaintiffs atlornev. AKTIII'K G
    GOTTLIEB, BM N.E. 2nd Avenue;
    Miami. Florida; on or before June
    26. He,1, else the Complaint will be
    taken as confessed i>\ you
    Dated: May 12, I'd
    E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the
    Circuit Court, (Courl Seal)
    . By M. C. ORE EN. Deputy Clerk.
    .. l4-:'i-:'\ 6/4
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
    business und.r the fictitious name of
    LINER-TYPER SERVICE, at 93 N B,
    :ith street, intend to register said
    name with tin- Clark of the circuit
    Courl of Dade County, Florida.
    JESS REBECCA BERNIE
    :. 14 -21 -2s 8/4
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious nam.- of
    .' R T. S W.ES. at 217 N.E. 14th
    Street, Miami, intend to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    CAL LESTER
    LORRAINE LESTER
    ISR m:i. ABRAMS
    Attornes for Applicants
    228 N.E. 2nd Ave.
    5 7-li-L'i-:'b
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
    tin- undersigned, desiring t<> engagi In
    business under the fictitious name ol
    II DOUGLAS ROAD STUDIO, at S14
    Douglas Road, Coral Qables, Dade
    County. Florida. Intends to register
    said name with the t'lerk of the cir-
    cuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
    GERALD H. KIMSEY
    HENKV M. CAIN
    Attorney for Applicant
    ::.is West Flagler St., Miami, Florida
    B/7-U-X1-I8
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NoTHE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
    business under the fictitious name of
    KIDD1 KAMPU8, at WO \V. 54th
    street, Hialeah, intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    D01.0KES DUNN, Sob- owner
    MARX M FAHER
    Attorney for Applicant
    412 Congress Bldg.
    a 14-21-2S 6/4
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    PENTHOUSE; PENTHOUSE CLUB;
    PENTHOl'SE RESTAURANT and
    PENTHOUSE CAFE, in Dade County,
    Florida, Intends 10 register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Hade Count] I '"1 i l.i
    PAUL TAUBMAN
    KOVNER .v- MANNHEIMER
    attorneys foi VpsMoant
    :, 21 -2s ti 1-11______________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name ol
    KR1STY MAN 1 I- CCTURING CO, (Not
    Inc I, al N W. -"'th Street. Miami.
    Fla.. Intend to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, 1 lorlda. ,
    NATHAN KRISTALL
    HERBERT M. KRISTALL
    BURNETT ROTH
    Attornej for Applicants
    120 Lincoln ltd
    : 21-18 8/4-11
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY. No. .163.07
    VINCENT PORTO, also known as
    VINCENT 1-' Porto, and ALBACB
    LORRAINE PORTO, his wife.
    Plalnttfl .
    vs. .
    LILLIAN PaYNH and
    JAMES PAYNE, her husband, el
    I >. :. ml.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO; I.1LUAN H.VVNi: and JA.\: s
    PAYNE, lor husband, Mo.ut
    Veinon, Illinois;
    All unkuow-n heirs, devisees,
    grantees, assignees, lictiors, ,
    Itors, trustees, or other par; es
    .1.. lining by. through, under or
    against ISABEL I, CHAMBER-
    LIN, Deceased,
    All unknown heirs, devisees,
    grantees, asslgi.....s, li.-nois. cred-
    itors, trustees, or other parties
    claiming by, through, unoer or
    against FRANKLIN EDWA
    WILLIS. SIL, alao known s
    FRANKl.YN E. Willis, de-
    ceased;
    MATTIE JOANN ENNIS I
    MYRON ENNIS, her hush
    IMS "H" Street, Sacranu
    . 'alifornia;
    The Unknown spouses itf an>" "f
    the above named defendants I
    If any of the above named -
    fondants be dead, the unkn
    , heirs, devisees, grantees, asslgn-
    1 cs, ii. N"i-s. trustees, credit s
    and other parties claiming by,
    through, under or against the
    al...\e named defendants;
    And all parties known or un-
    known, having or claiming to
    have any light, title OT int.
    in and to the following lies. 1
    property, situate, lying anil bl
    in Dade County, Flnrsla, to-.
    LOU 2 and I, In Block 117. of
    HIALEAH, THIRD ADDITION,
    according to the Plat thereof, e-
    corded in Plat Book 7. Pag.
    of the Public Records of 1
    County, Florida.
    YOD AND EACH OP VOI" are Ii
    by notified that a Bill of Complain: to
    Quiet Title to the above lies. 1
    real property has been filed aga
    you, and you are rcpiired to s.o \
    copy of your Answer or I'leadins to
    the Hill of Complaint on the pialnti' -'
    attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOP, W7-
    II cilvmpla Building, Miami. Flo,
    and file the original Answer or Pie
    Ing In th.- offne of the clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the 7th day
    of June. ISS4. If you fail to do so,
    judgment by default will be ta
    against you for the relief demanuerl
    in the Bill of Complaint.
    This Notice shall be published onco
    each week for four consecutive we^ks
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Ml
    Florida, this 2:1th day of April, A.D.,
    1954.
    K. O. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court,
    Dade County. Florida
    By M. W. PARTENHEIM i..
    Deputy Clerk
    GEOROE CHERTKOP
    .'a.T-ll Olyinpia Kuilding
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    a 7-14-21-28________________________
    IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 29300-B.
    RE: ESTATE OF
    NICHOLAS KOZI'B. Deceased
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE a
    NOTICE is hereby given that I have
    filed a final report and petition f >r
    Final Discharge as Administrator of
    the estate of NICHOLAS KOZI'B, o>-
    ceased: and that on the 3th day of
    Jinn. 1M54, I will apply to the Hoq
    able FRANK B. DOWLING, Cour:y
    Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
    approval of said final reix.rt and for
    final discharge as Administrator of
    Ih. Estate of NICHOLAS KOZL'B.
    deceased.
    This 11th day of May. 1H..4.
    ALEX WARWYCK
    MORTON ROTHENREKC.
    Attorney for Administrator
    42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, F".i.
    -, 21-SD fi '4-11
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    Food Fair Foundation Establishes
    41 Scholarships in Major Colleges
    Forty-one -young men nd worn-1 ded. and will be considered on lin-
    en will attend maior colleges on same basis for the community
    scholarships in the United States scholarships as other applicants in
    this fall under the auspices of the In(, community at large group.
    KWff,ffcr*tt/7
    I
    i>
    Food Fair Stores Foundation, it
    was announced by Samuel Fried
    land, president ct the Foundation.
    The scholarship giants, effective
    the fall of 1954. have been set up
    Present scholarships are to be
    granted for the full time normally
    required to t;irn a degree, custom
    arily a period of four years. Grants
    will be continued each year during
    under two classifications one to this period, provided that the acbol
    benefit Food Fair employees and arahip recipient meets the high
    their sons and daughters, and the standards required hy the univcr
    other for individuals residing in V|ty or college
    the communities in which Food ,n anni>lim.mu ,.. ngulattaoi
    hair Stores are loc.ted. The mm _, b |h(. Fn();l,jlin r Kur.
    hined scholarships, over the normal ^ cxocul|ve djroctor stalcd
    four-year period, will total $.>8.ooo ^ a|| ttMurMm >vm ,, ;iw.,rd.,
    in announcing the scholarships.! ,4 D) the university or college con-1
    Friedland stated that the Founds- cerned rather than by the Founda '
    tion is anxious to encourage young (lnll
    men and women with natural m ;ipp|ican, mUst first apply
    teresi and ability by giving them fr ^J^ umv,.r,lt>P or
    every opportunity to make the
    most ol their talents "This i- one
    of industry's obligations to the pub
    In iii' explained, and "fa the best
    waj t" in-iire the future ol Amer
    ica
    The scholarships, which have
    been s(>t up at 14 different univer
    sities and colleges in the I'nited
    States, will be awarded on the basis
    college to which a scholarship has
    been allocated," he explained.
    The Food Fair Stores Foundation
    derives all its funds from Food
    Fair Stores. Inc. which numbers
    1!)7 supermarkets spanning the
    eastern seaboard from New York to
    Florida.
    F'urther information can be oh-
    ol dvfc interest, leadership and ''im<''1 from Hr. I'eiser at Fond Fair
    scholarship Need for financial aid Stores. Inc.. P.O. Box 488. 950 S.E.
    may also be considered. j '-,h sl Hialeah.
    Ol the 41 scholarships establish- !-------------------------------
    ed, 13 valued at a total of $30,000
    have been reserved spccificalK (oi
    full time employees, or for sons inu
    daughters ol employees ol Food
    Fair Store*
    JNF Council to Salute
    Decoration Day on WMBM
    Jewish National F'und Council of
    Greater Miami will dedicate its pro-
    Grants have been established at gram to the various Zionist pioneer
    eight different educational institu and Labor groups on Decoration
    lions among which is the I niver it\ Day. Sunday. May 30, from 12:30 to
    ol Miami at Coral Gables
    In addition to the grants ear
    marked for co workers and their
    children, a total of 28 scholarships.
    2 p.m.. on Jacob Schachter's Var-
    iety Hour, station WMBM.
    Participating in the program will
    be Manuel Burstein. president of
    valued at $1,000 each, have been j the Zionist l-alxr Groups, and Mrs
    established at six land grant (state j Lena Pushkin, president, and Mrs.
    endowedi colleges, located in the
    six states in which Food
    Stores are located.
    Employees oi Food Fair Store
    and their sons and daughters ma>
    ligible for any of the estab-
    lished scholarships, Friedland ad-
    Sophie Seeman. JNF chairman of
    Fair the Pioneer Women's Council of
    Greater Miami.
    Babbi Moses Mescheloff will con-
    duct the program, arranged by Sam
    Prosterman, radio chairman of the
    Jewish National Fuiid Council.
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