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The Jewish Floridian ( June 4, 1954 )

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^r^J^'^S^^S^^s: ^^^H fewiislUEItDiriidliigun Combining THE JEWISH TTNTTTV ,. .^ r ^arlf^CJ fclr-f hjME 28—Number 23 PRICE: TEN CENTS Supreme Court Justice Louis B^nd,!, n r ^. g^, Wref ap Evidence Hit Sharply By MILTON FRIEDMAN __ *"' kne Kupfer, one of the few women to receive the highest id of the French underground resistance forces, weeps i joy as she is reunited by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid lety with her brother, Siegfried, of New York, whom she ] not seen for more than 21 years. Survivor of two confection camps in France, the 46-year-old heroine escaped 1942 to join the Maguis. By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON-The thinking of Louis D. Brandeis. late Justice of the Supreme Court, has reinforced defenders of civil liberties who are battling an Administration attempt to legalize telephone wiretapping by Federal police. The words of Brandeis were quoted on the Senate floor after President Eisenhower and Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr.. recommended laws authorizing nation-wide wiretapping in the investigation of activities broadly defined as interfering with national security. Brownell alto urged changes in statutes which now prohibit introduction in Federal courts of evidence obtained by wiretapping. Brandeis' view was expressed many years ago but it is considered by many to be even more timely today. "The evil incident to invasion of privacy of the telephone." said Brandeis, "is far greater than that involved with tampering with the mails. Whenever a telephone line is tapped, the privacy of the persons at both ends of the line is invaded and all conversations between them upon any subject, although proper, confidential, and privileged, may be overheard. Moreover, the tapping of one man's telephone line involves the tapping of the telephone of every other person whom he may call or who may call him." Jewish organizations are closely observing developments, mindful of the fact that threats to the dignity of the individual often place Jews in greater jeopardy than others. Many other Americans, including a considerable number of members of Congress, are shocked by the very idea of tapping private conversations. Sen. Wayne Morse, Oregon Independent, told the Senate he had no doubt that all telephones in Russia are tapped. He said that "in Nazi Germany the people became so fearful of the telephone as an instrument that many Germany families wrapped their telephones in blankets because they were fearful that even when the receiver was down the Gestapo could tap their conversations. Such things happen when fear takes over people." The Senator said "the FBI and Continued on Pag* 3 A |.S. Congress Asked to Condemn Arrest of Zionist Jews in Rumania SHINGTi'N" (JTA) — Rep. Celler introduced a reso| in the II i.j-e of Representshis week expressing "abhor F' (l the treatment by the fcunist Rumanian Government 1 Jewish people." I. Celler said some Jewish re fcs to Rumania from Israel being brainwashed" ant ptioned" to act as prosecution in f >• incoming mas? of Zionist leaders now im bed in Rumania. He said he ht it appropriate that Conladopt the resolution in order pus world public opinion on tumanian developments. s former Rumanian Jewish meanwhile conducted a W strike in Tel Aviv this in a dramatic attempt to | world attention on the perse


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PAGE 2 A >Jmlst>fk)r*0!>0 • '•wish Community Center as an I appointment Mrs. Atiltee Sirkia affiliate. Under Myers' presidency, the reorganization process was completed. "The Board of Directors, under Mrs. Sirkin's aegis, now looks forward to taking new steps to fulfill the purpose for which it was established by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, namely that of providing a leisure time program for the Jewish community of Dade County." said local officials here this week in announcing the new Lisa Ferraday, Charles Korvin Slated For Spicy Comedy at Biltmore Theater Lovely Lisa Ferraday and handtre." which stars Kay Francis, clos some Charles Korvin headline Sam Hirschs next stage presentation. "(Had Tidings." which opens Tuesday night. June 8. for a two week run at the Biltmore Playhouse. Both Miss Ferraday and Mr. Korvin have been seen by local theatre goers through their many appearances on TV ond the screen. M Sunday night. June 6. after breaking all records at the Biltmore Playhouse. Tourney Winners To Be Honored B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. ^j3LZiT2T!Z\** h %  — W* are planning a combined program to "I in the leading role on "Studio One" Kin Ferraday was born Liza De Mezey. a Baroness in a small country of Transylvania in the Balkins. where her father was an aristocrat She came to this country in 1949 and got a job as a Conover model. After a great deal of publicity, the attractive Baroness went to Hollywood where she made several picbe held Tuesday, June 8th, at Beth David Synagogue. Guest speaker will be Mayor Abe Aronovitz. of Miami. The meeting will honor all winMH of the B'nai B'rith Debate Tournaments sponsored by Sholem 1-odge for the past eight years. Winners were recipients of an all"Clad Tidings" is a spicy com include Robert Shevin. edy in which Melvyn Douglas ap "' ,,lr >', ""'' %  l)avul Willing. Robcm in wnich Melvvn Douglas ap •"" %  • '"" u "'"""K>oPMrad in New York during the !T Q r*hun.Vni Birger. Marshall 1951 season. Shapo and Flarold Eisner, Written by Edward Mahley. Glad Tidings' tells of the predicament facing a globe trotting newspaperman when a wild oat. sowed 20 years before, turns up to tomplicate his coming marriage with his beautiful and rich boss. On his birthday, a famous movie actress appears on the scene. The current production of "TheaSidney Jacobean to IkBar Mitzvah Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs AI bert Jacobson, 1104 SW 12th ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 5th, at Miami Hebrew — .. School and Con _^giB^ gregation. The There will be a panel discussion composed of Jerome Weinkle. Alan Rente, r# Five pupils of Beth David Hebrew School have been awarded prizes in recognition of their outstanding work in their respective classes. In the absence of Mrs. Pinchus Puchkoff, the prizes were presented by Mrs J. Z. Stadlan to El len Bolker. Dak Handshu. Jerry Spector, John Alterman and Joan Brown. Saturday. June 5. at 8 p.m priz es will be presented to six students plays in the I chcol band. Sidney is also i pupil at Miami %  H e brew School Jocokitm ;,,ul > s an advisor in the junior congregation. He will address the assemblage and conduct services. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Silverman and daughter, of New York City, will arrive for the occasion. Bar Mitzvah at.ends S h e n anloah Junior High School, where he is a member of of tne Betn Kl Hebrew Academy in he film club and mem r y of Mr. Puchkoff. David Handshu. Gerald Sand.rs Tarae Lee Chiel. Faith Saal. Son.a Lux and Loren Shayne will be the recipients of the prizes for their excellent scholarship. These awards have been made possible by the Cultural Fund in memory of Pincus Puchkoff. who left a legacy for this purpose Mr Puchkoff, an ardent friend of Hebrew culture all his life, was honorary president of the Histadruth Ivritta. of Greater Miami. Mrs. Sirkin Named President of GMJCC; Fills Post Left Vacant by Stanley Myers Mrs. Milton Sirkin, a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, has been chosen tq assume the responsibilities of president of the agency until the next annual election, as a result of the leave of absence granted to Stanley C. Myers, president, last week. Myers request to be relieved from his post followed his election to the presidency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In accepting leadership of GMJCC at this point, Mrs. Sirkin brings a long history of center and community leadership to the job, She has been president of the Conerence of Jewish Women's Organizations during the past year. She is also a vice president of the Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board and served as chairman of the Arrangements Committee for the Southern Section JWB Conference held in Miami Beach last year. A member of the Beach "Y" Board since its inception, she has served as chairman of a number of important Center committees and has been active in many other community enterprises. In addition, she has held numerous top official posts in Hadassah and other cultural and civic endeavors. Myers was the first and only GMJCC president to date in developing the Center some two and a half years ago. as a result of an amalgamation of the former YM Beach, with the FlaglerGranada HOLIDAY OBSERVED Because of the Shavuoth holidays, offices and plant of The Jewish Floridien will be closed from Sunday, June 6, at sundown, to Tuesday, June 0, at sundown. Weissel to Heod Jewish Center in Coral Gables Sam Weissel. of 4620 Granada blvd Coral Gables, has been elected president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to as announcement this week. Weissel. a personal friend of the founder of Coral Gables. George Merrick. was among the first active persons in the Jewish community there. He has been a volunteer worker with the Greater Miami Jewish r ti ration Weissel was also affiliated with several government boards in the City of Coral Gables. The father of two sons, Buddy and Roy, he is founder of Sam Weissel and Sons, builders here. Other officers named include Sidney Richman, first vice presi dent, 737 Paradiso; Nathan Winokur, second vice president, 5520 Maggiore; Sydney Birk, recording secretary. 930 Alava; Nathan Rood. corresponding secretary, 845 Catalonia; Milton Russinof, treasurer, 2100 SW 20th st.; and Leo Landis, 1825 SW 21st ave., financial secretary. Board of Directors include Jay Cone, Arthur Ettinger. Jack Falk, Jacques Fink, Maurice Finkelhor, Israel Freeman, Shirley Goodman, Abe Hurevitz, David Pullman, Herbert Rose. Louis Rudnick, Nathan Walberg, Naphtali Weidberg, Jerome Weiss and Milton Wasman. Trustees include M. A. Baskin, chairman, Charles Adler, Maurice Corenblum, E. Herman Fisher, Herbert Gelernter. Joseph Koven, A. Edgar Miller. Sam Silver, Herman Isis, Men's Club president, Mrs. Jerome Weiss, PTA president, Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. Sisterhood president, and Murray Bitter, Young Adult president. A dinner installation will be held at the Algiers Hotel on June 13. Smm Weisaef Moses Pallot Dies; Resident 33 Years Moses Pallot. 64. of 3516 Alhambra circle. Coral Gables, died Sunday in a hospital. He was a retired auto accessory dealer and came from Springfield, Mass.. 33 years ago He was a member of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and the B'nai B'rith and was an Elk Surviving are his wife. Julia two sons, Wilham L. and Richard, both of Coral Gables; two daughters Mrs Muriel Hollander. Miami, and Mrs. Matilie Goldstein. Bethlehem. Pa.; four brothers. Casper and Jack, both of Miami, and E. Albert and Louis E. both of Miami Beach two sisters. Mrs Lillian Schulman and Mrs. Becky Klein, both of Coral Gables, and seven grandchildren Services were held Tuesday in the Miami Chapel of the Gordon Mineral Home, with burial in Mt Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Morris Shop officiated. p DAY WORKERS M said Pare Metal Mates • Porters • Dishwashers Colored Maids-Pert Tim or Poll Tiase ia Privet. Meases ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N-K. 1st Av. B> n f). Ne Chare* to Imiltvtr QUALIFIED TEACHERS NURSERY and KINDERGARTEN WANTIS rot HAIF-*AY SESSION M COtAl GAMES JEWISH CUTTM NUtSltr. CAU tt-WM. CANTOR LEADER Available for Hied H.nae T >. Yewsa, aHers treditieael ar conservative service. Capable sermons. Write: S. W., Box 2tf3, Miaasi II. S.J. A Mo ltephun HEBREW BOOK %  TOM 417 Washington Am Between fourth and Fifth Sie. Fee Use. Onto T31D Telephone S-M17 Israel Certificates SSSfllt! ____Pk*"s-Jsf 7 l a (fow/btete mi OH Call 2-.77o •••'net,',,, m r eW NO Lincoln Rosd Meaunino — Phone n. 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% % % %  3AY, JUNE 4. 1954 Lnel Discussion Set [ t Beach Lodge panel discussion on "Juvenile hinquency. Causes and Effects" |1 feature the monthly meeting [the Miami Beach Bnai Brith iiee to be held Wednesday evef g June 9, 8 p.m., at Hibiscus 1.' Wf f members jacludt?,. Jfilton -s of the Dade^W&nry Child fedance Clinic; Daniel P. Sullik head of the Crime Commission • Greater Miami; Frank Manella, ^tor of Juvenile Division, Sherrs Office anc ^ us J acorjson forL executive director of the Mit Beach YMHA. Flakier Women Plan Annual Summer Fete Women's Group of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold its second annual summer jamboree at the Center, 50 NW 51st pi., on Saturday evening, J une 19, 9 p.m. i Mrs. Mickey AnUn,.chairman, anlounefethgt this years'aff^ig •evolve around male members and guests, and all efforts will be made to pay tribute to the masculine element." Assisting Mrs. Antin are Mrs Walter Kaye, co-chairman. Mrs' Robert Raymer, Mrs. Harold Green and Mrs. Michael Mirell. JJ^istiflcridf^n Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary Slates Affairs Norman Bruce Brown Auxil.ary N 174 will meet on Wednesday evening. June 9, 8 p.m., at he te Pubhcan Ctab, 1.4; We,t Ktagter Election of delegates to the DeK t '" 1 '""v-'ntion slated for tho The auxiliary will give a party for patients at the Veterans Hospital ,n (oral Gables on Friday evening, 7:30 p.m. On Wednesday, June 16, 730 p.m., the women's organization will hold a card party to raise funds for child welfare work, 'the affair is scheduled for the Home Milk Co 2451 NW 7th ave. Ronald Alan Friedland, son Mr. and Mis. Larry Friedand, 735 West 40th St.. will ome Bar Mitzvah Scrturay, June 5, 10:45 a.m., at femple Beth Sholom, Rabbi on Kionish will officiate. Ronald will enter ninth grade : Miami Beach High in Sepember and is a student in eth S h ol o m Religious chool. William Malcolm Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohen, 1800 SW 21st st., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday evening, June 11, at Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate. William is a seventh grade honor student at Shenendoah Junior High. He also is an honor award winner at Temple Israel Religious School. WONDERLAND" SUMMER DAY CAMP 12 Years Old June 7th to September 7th 2 RATES IK! MONTH OF ATTKN'PANI I: •nil ltd IV Till-: WEEK — KII.IPAT I'.V THE WKEK — HALF DAY MY 00 'i .-,.-, CHI 17. VI .-, (Ml ALL ACTIVITIES — LOCATED AT 1335 SW. 67th AVE. ITEANSPORTATION AVAILABLE PHONE 67-3971 Michael Jan Weil, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Weil, 3475 Meridian ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 5, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Michael is a student in Beth' Sholom Religious School and will enter eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School in September. 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PAGE 4 A i ^i^fkrHiatn FRIDAY Published .very Friday sine* 127 by th Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami II, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office "St Miami, Fla., under the Act of March S, 187t. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher wJemsii Meridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Tel ephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The .Irwlsh Floridian does not guarantee the Kashth of thr mrr.han1iae advertised In lt column!. ruth S U One Year CKIPTION RAT $3 oo Two Veara %  a t 15.00 Volume 28 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday. June 4. 1954 Sivan 3. 5714 Number 23 Shavuoth oil SIIII ..%  > Sunday evening, June G, will mark the beginning of the annual observance of Shavuoth. the Festival of the Weeks. This celebration reminds us that seven weeks have passed since Passover, and once again we spiritually identify ourselves with that period in Jewish history which intervened between the Exodus from Egyptian bonduge and the revelation of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai. In the days when the Temple stood in Jerusalem, Pentecost — as this period has come to be known—was the occasion for pilgrimages to the sanctuary where offerings of the first fruits of the summer ingathering were made in gratitude. Our own time brings to Shavuoth other customs and meanings. The holiday is marked by special synagogue services during which praise is voiced in prayer and song for the material and moral beauty mankind shares with nature. We also experience more concrete and less symbolic associations with ingathering. Returned to Israel after two thousand years of exile, many Jews are now, themselves, "ingathered," and their first summer fruit harvest is an actuality. For Jewry at large, Shavuoth reminds us of the miahty Hebrew heritage that appeared on Mount Sinai in the form of the Ten Commandments and that has served as a beacon of hope for man's spiritual needs through thousands of years of advancing civilization. %  Doubled I !$• IriploilI.MV Jordanian leaders think they have scored a major victory in withdrawing their complaint against Israel at the United Nations. Technically, this means they are no longer concerned with discussing the Palestine matter at large. But they have not fooled Sir Pierson Dixon. British representative and Security Council president for the Month 6f May, who declared that the move "is not in the spirit" of the BritishJordanian defense pact. What it all means is that the Arab state, in the person of Abdul Monem Rifai, Ambassador to Washington, has withdrawn Jordan's comAN ANCIENT ID ITS By A. BERG Jewiih Telegraphic Agency Shavuoth is one of the most important holidays on the Jewish calendar, as important as Passover and Sukkoth, even if it is only a two-day rather than an eight-day festival. For H is "the time of the giving of our law," the traditional anniversary of the revelation from Mount Sinai. On this holiday, the Decalogue is read in all synagogues, and Jews are bidden to remember that it was on this day that they received their religious constitution as a nation from God through Moses, just as on Passover was issued their Declaration of Independence. While Passover celebrates Jewish freedom, liberation from bondage, Shavuoth celebrates Jewish law, the consummation of that freedom, the spiritual discipline which a free people must voluntarily assume if it is to survive. The first, the basic, code of ethics which present-day Western civilization inherited is recalled on this holiday of Shavuoth. The readng of the Book of Ruth in the synagogues on the second day of the festival, recounting the story of the Gentile maiden who left her own people to link her destiny with the Jews, who married the Israelite cation, as i, hp on •ge of four or Hvc"wl the first time to H e w" where they would be with a honey-covered which a Biblical verse •„,] In modern times it %  ] Eoer of Braunschwei, | who in 1831 first held, tion on Shavuoth. Thou*! it was bitterly contested | torn won acceptance not t Reform congregation*, a| a number of Conservative, Orthodox congregation" United States, Thus the I of Shavuoth in Americad life, which had been wa strengthened somewhat This year, through exercises which will be Shavuoth in Jewish congi schools throughout the leu breadth of the land. Anr 4 ish youth, and their e!der| will be reminded again i great spiritual heritage,! tage of the Torah. the i human decency which first heard on Mount which came to other later millenia They wiifl Boaz and out of whom sprang King; minded of ih„i Jewish s a reminder that Judaism a narrow, racist religion, "Shavuoth"-Holiday for Torak and Harvest hardly joined efforts to make Sen. Flanders aware of the fact that such an amendment would fly in the face of the traditional right to freedom of conscience and religion, when the Vermont legislator, himself, attacked the move as basically unAmerican. It is clear that Sen. Flanders was forced into presenting his resolution by well-meaning persons who consider the expression of a religiousmoral position on the part of our government an effective anti-Communist move. But the Senator, by disavowing the proposal, once discharging his duties as a representative of the people, showed that he is aware of the higher significance of the doctrine of separation of religion and state. The fact is that many people, humble, Godfearing and patriotic, could not in good faith with their private spiritual beliefs recognize plaint against Israel in the Nahalin incident. the au,hori, y and law of Jesus Christ." Such The Arabs were previously pressing for investian amendmenl would have brought reservagation of this specific border problem to the t v J nS iheU Americanism an d Sen. Flanders exclusion of all other matters -Israel's charge ? one mucn in an intelligent way, to point relating to the Scorpion massacre, for example ut ll best for our Constitution to remain By withdrawing the complaint, they are no ZtoZSSZ ^ mM roUgi0n nd re longer liable to the charge^hat they 7 are not '"^C^IiB^KS" • living up to the conditions of the armistice „ J P !, J^T "^vised legislation would agreement under Article XII, which Israel Am*i J a "_ eW group of hyphenated Amenbassador Abba Eban invoked months aqo and r from waging war against amoral ->• Communism, could do more to advance its David, is not that it welcomes those of other faiths who embrace it and give it their loyalty and devotion, that Jews are a separate nation with yet a universal message for all mankind. In the Biblical era. Shavuoth was an agricultural festival, and it was only in later times that it was divorced from its agricultural setting and given the more sacred task of celebrating the Sinaitic revelation. In the Bible it is called "yom Habikkurim." day of the first fruits, and also "Hag Hakatzir," feast of harvest. In Talmudic times, it was called "Atzereth," conclusion, because it marked the end of the barley harvest. To this day the agricultural character of Shavuoth is recalled when houses and synagogue are decorated on the holiday with branches of trees, flowers and various plants and various dairy dishes are eaten. Bikkurim first fruits are offered in Israel today and then sold for the benefit of the Jewish National Fund. The connection of Shavuoth with Jewish education goes back to medieval times. But in those days the holiday served not to celebrate the end of a course in Jewish eduhuman values justice, j and humility which thai day distracted world isul of taking on if peace is I stored on this earth. The festival of Shavuothj in the summer, is the sea* nature in the temperate i the height of its produd is also the festival which at ately precedes the seaso: i ish marriages, -ince no are permitted during the] weekin 'A en Passover) uoth except on the one djyj B'Omer. This year, when i falls rather late, on the' June, because of the Jes year, there will probably I American Jewish June I in other years. And all i almost coincide with the of high school and n ations, the commencement! lions, winch will come ai weeks later. The Giving "I the La*. I Brmation of Jewish youth I teachings of Judaism, ibl I ing productivity of su joys of human marriage. I sition from adolescence r hood which college con signifies what a wealth! holism, what food f r around Shavuoth time Wiretap Eviden<*< Shnrplv Alia .IIIM .<•> llranriVis Opinion is < if Continued from Pag* 1 A which demands that any party to the agreement must submit to mutual discussion at any j£ e resolu,lon 8 sponsors now realtime and at the reguest of any signatory power. _____ Sir Pierson pinpointed the issue when he remarked that Charles Malik, of Lebanon, as Arab spokesman will henceforth be able to worry the Security Council with unofficial complaints against Israel while Jordan continues Doctors on Strike The physicians' strike in Israel last week has ME& J 1 l ? l0t f thinkin We find it bluntly and "legally" in its refusal to discuss aimcuM ,0 understand the entire concept bethe Palestine question at large. As new Security Council president for Ihe month of June, U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge will do well to take a firm stand in the matter of Arab trickery, as did his predecessor, Britain's Sir Pierson. Ill-Advised Legislation Republican Sen. Ralph Flanders, of Vermont, has acted like an astute legislator. The full story behind his "Christ Law" amendment to the U.S. Constitution is finally revealed to the American people, and the Senator emerges as a man of keen perception and understanding. Apparently, militant Christian groups applied pressure on him to have written into the Constitution of the United States that this government recognizes "the authority and law of Jesus Christ Savior and Ruler of Nations." Guarding organizations of our civil liberties cause, in our own land, the physician is free to determine his own standard* and to seek to gam them through the ethical practice of his profession. I„ W .M!1 moun !f lo is tha < *• Physician in Israel fads h.mself in the same position as any other laborer or professional there. His relahonship to his employer is defined by his median Ped01med ,hrou 9 h a tate-organized One good thing in such a program is that no on thVrT ? dlvi ^ ua, nee cli n g them. But. ^"It" h an J; httl cognizance i, taken the doctors highly specialized training and The strike may show all parties involved ih. he intellectual although C ££?£ £ !T? any ? d ^ eUe 8 Can not *• l^peS I?. ?u? eneral union ot fadwmen and laboTers. This is not snobbim; it opposes reality and scientific training to think ofcerwb, the intelligence agencies, working within the framework of our Constitution and not outside it, are doing an excellent job of discovering and destroying enemy activity, a better job than could be done by aping the methods of the Communists." He said he opposed wiretapping because he wished to avoid "feeding the fear that is already becoming a type of thought control in America." Interception of telephone conversations from or to the home is an intrusion into the home, whether or not the home itself is physically entered; its purpose and effect is to snoop into what goes on in the home. This, in the opinion of Morse, flagrantly violates traditional American freedom. Hebrew scriptures reveal a number of instances illustrative of a strong respect for the home as a place not subject to arbitrary visitation, even on the part oi official authority. In the story concerning Achan, Joshua did not send his messengers to search for and seise the prohibited articles in Achan's tent, even after detection, until Achan had first confessed both his deed and the place where the articles were concealed. By Biblical law a creditor was forbidden to enter hu debtor's house and had to 1 wait outside. A bailiff of the court! "beep as similarly restrained! respect for the pnw home. "Wiretapping." saidM3-.j police state method." He i ized the practice as ptf "standard equipment of tJ with the persecution whose zeal for convKtwj his respect for rightother Senators, pnmWl crats feel that it *] sible to authorize wirew at the same lime P"*H guards consistent • %  ] and purpose of the ConsU.J" suggested that Pridentu er, who asked for wWg] fresh his memory abouM"! protect the privacy citizens throughout t* tional history of this grt lie i. \ in his arguments in tw Convention. Patrick HeWj lonvemi"". %  —„,.| on possible oPP'-;11 .: ... 3 officials and said. % harpies are **J£\ who may search, al M houses and most s !•' will the PWPfe*J f w s think so. you o" 1 "^ Thusly. said Morse. JJ** answered BrowneH g" An estimated 5W" „. side of IW'""^A.B JJ^B JQ percent S



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%  ^ %  %  %  1 JShumer's Troth former Airman I by Her Parents B Thercse Shumer and SanfofsowiU are engaged. The betrothal has been anH by the bride-elect's parf r and Mrs. Oscar Shumer, 1 SW 24th ave. hfsowiU is the son of Mrs. fcowrte. 2513 SW 27th ave., i f late Morris Ofsowitz. fshumer is a native MiamI attended local schools, in=^I^£fe^^#7. "~* Miss fi'een Shuaser Shenandoah and Miami [High Schools. She was also fcnt at the University of Flor[two years, where her sororAlpha Kpsilon Phi. present, Miss Shumer is eraby A IS Morrison & Co. Mary. ov.Hi has been a resident fm re er ten years. He iraduuti'd Horn Shenandoah lun.i Senior High School. He tin I niversity of Miami, enterin? the I'nited States brce. in which he served for in the Alaskan Air hand lugh Ihej attended the same l>. the couple have known |other only since October, beodueed by a mutual friend dj>> after Mr. Ofsowitz rehis discharge from service. larv now planning for a win%  riage [lor Unveiling dedication of a monument memory of the late Morris lie. Miami Beach, will take [Sunday. .June 6th at 3:30 p.m. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Lehrman officiating. Mr. is survived by his wife Re|: a sun. Jack, of Miami Beach; |hree daughters, Mrs. Sally SiI of Philadelphia, Mrs. HenJacobs and Mrs. Rosalie Arlh of Miami Beach; also 6 dim Arrangements are W of Palmer's Miami Monuompany; friends and rela[re asked to attend. gander Unveiling dedication oi a monument /memory of the late Samuel fnder. formerly of 2244 S.W. I Terrace, will take place SunI fne 6, 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Try with Rabbi Max Shapiro ""8Mr. Auslander is sur.! b > his wife, Celia; two pnter..M rs Evelyn R Schwartz hi i Solomon, both of m, also three brothers, two sisand four grandchildren. He 'member of the Masonic Or[Arrangements are in charge of T^fiMiami Monument Com,r nds and relatives are 1 attend. PAGE 5 A Ossinsky Named President Louis Ossinsky, of Daytona Beach, Fla., was installed as district president of B'nai B'rith as the group ended a convention at Daytona this week. Guest speaker was Philip M. Klutznick, internan" na u president of the order. B'nai Bnth leaders passed a resolution to purchase some $7,500,000 in Israel Bonds during the coming year LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN (hit lM oiullldaiit 1782 W. Flagier St. /l-ll-IS-2., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton left for Boston this week to attend the graduation of their daughter, Harriet, horn Walnut Hill, a private school. Harriet was entered at Wellesly and expects to attend that school in the fall. She received her grade and high school education on Miami Beach. The Liptons' son, Ronald, now in his second year at Harvard University, will also be present at his sister's graduation. LEGAL NOTICE The Bar Mitzvah of Allan Glaser, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Glaser, 1026 Michigan ave., will take place on Saturday morning, June 5, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Allan is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. KOSHER POULTRY Slaughtered on Premise* Under Supervision of Rabbis Mescheloff. Rrhnvkv and Ever. See it Alive and Healthy Guard Your Health !39c A LB. CAPON(ETTES) Pullets YEARLINGS \ BROILERS Friday Only LIVE WEIGHT — GRADE A No Charge tor Shochat or P>"<*'"B Why eat Kosher frozen or icea "fad 1 day to I year) when you can buy Herman poultry for less and save $1 on each Chicken. „ WASHINGTON AVI. 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PAGE 6 A vbmlttncrkltan Miss Epstein Weds Elliot Donald Greene On May 22, 8 p.m., at Temple Emanu-El, Miss Shirley Renee Epstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Epstein, 620 83rd st., formerly of Philadelphia, Pa., became the bride of Elliot Donald Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenblatt, 927 Euclid ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the double ring candlelight ceremony. Best man was Sherman Greene. Lona Tannenbaum was maid of honor. Ushers included Jerome Blatt. Malvin Epstein, George Astel, Richard Ginsburg, Stephen Epstein and Warren Blatt. Mr. and Mrs. S Epstein, paternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. .la bog Bass, maternal grandparents, were among guests of honor. The bride selected a strapless floor-length gown of white nylon net with a silver thread running through the nylon, bouffant skirt, fitted bodice tupped by ,i n> Ion net redingcote and extending into a chapel-length train. Her French ilhi-ion shoulder-length veil was attached to a tiara of seed pearl %  The bride received her education in Philadelphia Mr Greene is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and served four yearovrrBeu in the Marines. Reception iol — I'hclo l.\ A rit• %  Mrs. filial DMM Grttnt to w e d at Temple Emanu-El for family and friends. The couple will make their home in Miami Beach. Sikhs, (iillis Troth Revealed; Eleanor Chooses September Planning an early September Mt-dding are Miss Eleanor Sachs and Sanford L. Gill is The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Barnett Sachs, 123 SW 31st st Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs J. H Gillis. of Pittsburgh, and 211 191st st.. Miami Beach. Ifln Sachs is a graduate of Miami High School and is now a sophomore at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in elementary education. She is a member of the Future Teachers of America and was active in B'nai B'rith Girls and Young Judaea Organization. Mr (iillis attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and received his accounting degree from Doffs Business College there. He is part owner and advertising manager of the J. H. Gillis Furniture Co., Coraopolis, I'a. Miss ftattet Will Be Married July 1 On July 4. Miss lna Renee Rattet and Lt. Alexander Clark Breslau will culminate in marriage a friendship that began during their high school days. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat H. Rattet, 1622 Pennsylvania ave. who are announcing the couple's betrothal. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Molasky, Hollywood, Fla. Miss Rattet is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was a member of National Thespians and National Forensic League. She attended the University of Miami and belongs to the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Lt. Breslau is a graduate of Tech High, where he was a vice president. He is a graduate of Officer Candidate School at Ft. Benning, Ga. The couple's wedding ceremony is scheduled for the Blue Room of the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach. Carol Handclman Plans Fall Rites Fall wedding is planned by Carol Enid Handelman and Kenneth Weleon. Carol's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Al Handelman, 3410 SW 9th ter. She graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Miami, where she became a member of Phi Theta Delta sorority. Kenneth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Welson, Great Neck, N.Y. A graduate of Great Neck High School, he has been attending the University of Miami since his discharge from the Armed Forces in May. His fraternity is Alpha Ep•ihftn Pi. PERSONALLY SPEAKING CpL Leroy F. Meyers is at home on a week's leave, following his return from a one-year tour of duty with the Air Force in Korea. A radio engineer. Cpl. Meyers formerly attended Miami Beach schools. | The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer*, 751 West Treasure dr.. Treasure Island, he will be stationed at Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina, at the conclusion of his leave here. • • • Mrs Tillie Schwartz, of 770 83rd st.. Miami Beach, is at horn/ recuperating, following her recent ill%  >< and a long stay in Mount Sinai HospitaL • • • Dr. and Mrs. A. Kitzen. of 2230 SW 21st ave., have left for their vacation at White Plains. New York. • • Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman, of 60 SW 52nd ave., have as their houseguest for several months Mr. Newman's mother. Mrs. Weissberger, of the Bronx. N.Y. Purpose of her visit is to greet her new grandson. Michael, and granddaughter. Judy. She is also being entertained by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph Ohringer. Brooklyn. N.Y., who is .. Miami Beach visitor. Ronnie Kantor, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Kantor. 1325 Lenox a\> Miami Beach, has been awarded a music scholarship to the University of Miami. At a recent honor assembly, he was presented a medal by John Coleman, director of the Beach High band, for being the most outstanding band musician of the year. Mr. an* Doris' Betrothal Told By Mrs. Cohen Planning an early September wedding are Doris A. Cohen and Gerald S. Berkell. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Hannah Cohen and the late Samuel S. Cohen. 1545 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Cohen is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is now attending the University of MiMiis fffanor Sochs Sirkins Wed in Home Ceremony The wedding of Mrs. Esther Grossman and Mr. Harry Sirkin was solemnized on Sunday evening, 5 p.m., at Mr. Sirkin's newhome. 441 East Rivo Alto dr. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu El spiritual leader, officiated. A buffet dinner followed. Only immediate members of the family and close friends were in attendance. Out-of-town guests included newlywedded Mrs. Sirkin's children Mr and Mrs. Irving Kern and sons Ellis and Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. William Grossman and Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Grossman. Long Island. N.Y a well as her nephews and niece Mr. and Mrs. Simon Brody and Mr. Martin Brody. Mr. Sirkin's children in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and sons Dick and Josh, Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz and children Andy and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sirkin and son Allen and Mr. and Mrs Leon Sirkin. Also among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, Mr. and t *r,.H.,ryK,. P h0,,, Mrs. Harry Barman all nie Greenfield. Following a visit in 1 the Sirkins will sail Jut] s> 1 .horte ior anefle Europe and Israel. OnL the> will reside at 4fl| Alto dr. Beach GMJCC1 : Dance on June 11 A "moonlight barai been announced as the* cial event of the for adults in the Batkj nity by Mrs. Carl SUM man. Adult Committal Branch. Greater Mua] Community Center. The dance will take | day night. June 12. t$\ the Beach Branch, 15X1 sisting Mrs. Susskind mil stein. Branch Planiajj chairman, are Mrs. witz. David Pearl. MawJ Seymour Gelber and Jackl, Music will beproviiHj ing Van.'' and the prepared a series of games, and skits Mill /no Ktntt Katitt Annual Dance Due Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter No. 175, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its annual dance in the Circus Room of the Alcazar Hotel on Saturday evening, June 5. Proceeds are for Miami needy families. Mrs. Jules M. Friedman is chairman of the affair. T* f*r All Occasions 30 COLOt .r BUCK A WHITE A. PHOTOGRAPHY KALPH BAftGTEIL 83-8431 „. — Chldnoff Mill Dori, A. C*M ami. where she is majoring in elementary education. She is a member of Sigma Lambda Phi service sorority. *!&• Berke > s the son of Mr. Philip Berkell and the late Flora Berkel, 1051 NE 153rd ter. North Miami Beach He is a graduate of Stetson University Law School where he was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law fraternity and is presently a practicing attorney on Miami Beach. 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Lod Names Committee Heads iheads were this week Harrison, Sunday breakfast; Benja j the Sisterhood of Mi school and Congregating to Mrs. Robert Schsident. i the Mesdames Peter hys and means; Irwin nbership; Simon April, bajph Schwarron, parpublicity; Mollie min Sokoloff, Bar Mitzvah Kid dush; Michael Blank, hospitality. The Mesdames Dave Kleber, visiting sick; William Weintraub, special events; Herbert Hutner, telephone; Max Newberger, social secretary; Milton Weiner, flowers; Berele Keleraer. liaison; and Ben Sokoloff, refreshments. Board Approves Aid To 7.791 in Dade County Thomas D. Duff, chairman of Distort No. 9 Welfare Board of the State Department of Public Welfare, which includes both Dade and Monroe Counties, said this week that during the month of May the Board approved assistance to a total of 7.791 persons, with a total expendi ture of $370,764.50. PAGE 7 A Mrs. Shafkin Again to Mrs. Louis Shafkin was installed as president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob on Thursday, June 9, for her second term of office. The occasion was a luncheon at the social hall, 311 Washington ave. Taking office on the same slate were Mrs. Leo Meyer. Mrs. M. B. Frank, Mrs. Harry Shopiro, Mrs. Head Sisterhood Rose Hayes, Mrs. Anna R. Berow, I Mrs. Pauline Chill and Shirley 1 Berg as vice presidents. Mrs. Evelyn Decky is recording secretary and Mrs. Jack Wucher, treasurer. A musical program rounded out the afternoon, with Betty Mendelsohn "s guest vocalist and Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. 7 0 wr E A STAR HOUSEWIFE! ...Use only KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN 2& CLEM CUTS' G R t A Ar A IAY F0RP0TSAND 2yi AJAA PANS AND SINKS Koshtr and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the droinl / V FAB FAMILY LAUNDtY J Great New Formula FAS contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product ( plvs ~ not one, bet two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fobls actually milder to hands than leading floating Iff I FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve Vft makes dishes shine without washing or wiping on t • %  *?£?L ^SlrS/ ^ rinee. And no IWwgerw B iem" to bands wish VEL ^



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JtlliyiDriJiguR iMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1954 eeping Paralysis Hits Security Council Decisions By ARTHUR LEWIS iUl Telegraphic Agency h"ED NATIONS—Ever since Cfetj began using the veto in Palestine dispute, creeping |sis has cume to grip the SeCouncil functioning. It is I making a brief recapitulation |s time of what the primary of the United Nations has I or has not done, about the issue to be brought before it. the end of March, that great der of Western civilization. barles Malik of the Lebanon, fcrately played into the Com: hands by submitting a cornabout the Nahallin incident : it would come up when Antoshinsky was the chairman of Security Council. With the engement of the Western P*>wJrael filed a counter-complaint nly listing the Negev bus mas but other violations of the |tice agreement by Jordan. oughout April, Mr. Vishinsky's month as chairman, there was 11 f_desultory procedural debate dur i *2W*. as a resuU >he Couning which the Western Powers"*-' a 1L '?' adopU d its agenda. By tempted to get both complain? £ the So1,"'."' !" i Lebanon and i mc soviet Lnion) and one abstenon (Nationalist China), it agreed en up together K that there awldlfklttS! U 0n) and be a general review of al the 1 v' „ ,„wlT"" 1 CWB rael-Jordan troubles A D h.rit* ".' „.^f s,ern pi P" sal ,0 consider role fitted the I^SSS'S^? ST 2?' Was was the "impartial" chairman while • S X,h meeUl urging Dr. Malik to attack Israel when Israel could not reply because a non-member state is not invited to the table until the agenda is adopted. There was no more than a meeting a week during April, and the Western delegates did nothing to Mftrsrssms ysyy %  %  s e,,leM oI governments had spoken of the ur-1 Now this would h a v .^ nJ gency of the situation in P^in, \lttJ2EXmZjgtt armistice agreements' received However, it was a brief spar!: of lifti and soon this body was gripped with paraly.is again. At that sixth A U uu 6S i ful meel ">8. Ambassado! Abba Eban of Israel asked if Jordan had accepted its obligations under Articles 32 and 35 (2) of the United Nations Charter—those are the articles under which a state where the had all but broken down. At the beginning of May, when an immediate answer in the affirmative—and it would have from any normal civilized state. An inspiring installation luncheon of Miami Beach Chapter, n a 'Bnth Women, was held at the Empress Hotel on May 18. Mrs. Dave Alper, outgoing president, is shown turning u\ "2 9<3 n el 1O %  %  Helen Anders, newly elected president, while Mrs. Ben Lebow, chairman, looks on. Prof. Brodetsky Dead at 66 in London; Zionist World Mourns £ BBS K= £ If iTittmKS S son Dixon, took over the chair, the Security Council suddenly came to life. There were two meetings in >reme Court Decision Wipes Out jregation; Groups in Accord iSHINGTON (JTA>— The SuCourt last week ruled that I segregation in public schools constitutional. Speaking for a nous court. Chief Justice I Warren said education must Trailable to all on an equal (with regard to race, color or en read the historic decision acked hut hushed gallery of ^tors nearly two years after residents of four states and District ot Columbia went be[the court to challenge the Bple of segregation. P'or Jewish groups and local i community relations organpis issued statements this hailing the decision of the Supreme Court banning racial •gallon in schools. National Community RelaAdvisory Council, speaking be American Jewish Congress. Labor Committee, Jewish |Veteranof the U.S., all na Jewish religious bodies and local and regional Jewish [tils throughout the country, rect *—rti*Supreme Court de' holding racial segregation in juolic schools unconstitutional ents another major chapter f history of the growth of true ft) under law." h.A" erican Jewish Committee All Americans should take fft in the Court's ruling that are no degrees of limitation of equality of opportunity based on differences in race or creed. We join in expressing the hope that the transition from segregation to desegregation will be marked by the good sense for which the American people are known and by their peaceable compliance with the Court's degree." The American Jewish Congress. in a separate statement, said: 'The decision of the Supreme Court can open a new era in American democracy and reinvigorate the democratic concept everywhere." The Rabbinical Assembly of America, at its convention, adopted a resolution stating: "We recognize in the decision the great and enduring values of our democratic tradition and religious heritage. We look with great hope to the early implementation of this magnificent decision by all the American people." Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, said in a statement "The Court's decision will wipe out the anachronistic 'separate but equal' doctrine that has been nothing more than a legal cover for the imposition of secondclass status on millions of Negro citizens." Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee, declared: "Coming at a time when the free world is engaged in a life and Continued on Po 12 B is opposed to a peaceful settlement under any condition A week later, the Council had a very short meeting at which the excuse was that the Governments needed more time to study this new procedural issue. The next meeting of the Council, the following week, was cancelled because the governments wanted more time still to persuade the Hashcmite Kingdom that it should abide by the normal rules of international conduct. It was a somewhat invidious position for the British chairman of the Security Council to be in—to have to defer to this satellite, for the British are the paymasters of Jordan. Yet there was little else he could do not only because the Arabs have the support of the Soviets at the present time but because the Americans are so afraid of offending them. These are the reasons for the paralysis of the Security Council in the Palestine dispute. i tith 06 "' ins,aUa,i on ceremonies of North Shore Lodge. B'nai Pit ont n Rl Mannheimer, president; Judge George E. LI lhe Senior Circuit Court; lack Wilson, treasurer; and iHum venson toastmaster. Judge Holt was presented with nTrv ,arian Award a* *• Hotel Algiers affair. Wilson, Chicago banker and owner of Wilson Electric Co. and U8 on Finance Co.. oi Gary. Ind.. was presented with a P'aque in recognition of his service* to B'nai B'rith. Survey Lists Miami As Under-Manned In Two Professions WASHINGTON. D. C—Compared with the number of employed persons in other large cities and metropolitan areas, the Miami area is under-represented in two professional and semi-professional job fields, according to an occupation reference guide just published by the national office of the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau. The fields are veterinary medicine and undertaking. The new guide shows that there is only one funeral director in the Miami area for every 6,250 persons, while the nation as a whole has one practitioner for every 3,700. Statistics also indicate possibly more room for veterinarians in the Miami area, where there is only one veterinarian to treat the pets of every 12,500 persons, while the nation as a whole has one for every 11.200. Such fields as accounting, architecture, chiropractic, law, optometrv. pharmacy, professional photography, medicine, medical technology pinsieal and occupational therapy, insurance and real estate, however, arc over represented in Miami in comparison with other Cltiea and areas. This area has almost four times the proportion of real estate agents and brokers as the rest of the country three times the ratio of therapists and twice the proportion of lawyers, architects and medical technologists. In two fields, the Miami area closely parallels the national average. These are dentistry and osteopathy. LONDON (JTA) — Prof. Selig Brodetsky, world famed leader of the Zionist movement and longtime | spokesman for British Jewry, died here last week. He was 66. He was interred in Wiilesden cemetery here. The funeral cortege halted for two moments in front of 77 Great Russel Street, headquarters of the World Zionist Organization, where Prof. Brodetsky had spent so much of his life working for the Zionist cause. Funeral services was conducted by Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie. Among the many mourners were Ambassador and Mrs. Eliahu Elath, representatives of every major Jewish organization in the country and countless Jewish and non-Jewish friends and colleagues. Among the numerous messages received by the family since his death were tributes from Israel Premier Moshe Sharett, in behalf I of the Israel Government, leading I figures of the Jewish Agency and the Israel Parliament. Selig Brodetsky, was born in 01viopol, Ukraine, and was brought to England by his family when Tie was five years old. Educated in British schools he attended Trir.ity {.College, Cambridge University on a scholarship in mathematics, winning high honors in that subject throughout his college career. He became interested in the study of Hebrew and in Zionism during his student days. He studied iiis doctorate at Leipzig University, returning to England in 1941 to lecture in applied mathematics at Bristol University. During the first World War he worked on important scientific war problems and in 1920 joined the staff of Leeds University as a lecturer. Four years later he was named Professor of Applied Mathematics, a post created specially for tii iii In Leeds, he became president I of the Leeds Zionist Council, the post he left when he became a member of the World Zionist Executive in 1928. In 1939 he was named president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, a position he held until 1949. During this period he spoke out, as a leader of British Jewry, against the policy of the Mandatory Government—Britain—on Palestine. In 1947 he appealed to all Jewish organizations to unite in an effort to secure a solution of the Palestine problem. At no time did he hesitate to attack the policies of the British Government when he felt such criticism was justified. In 1950 he assumed the presidency of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University, but ill health forced him to relnquish the post the following years. He had been active for many years on the board of the University and had served as its chairman. Pttt. Stli, Brorf.fiky Pioneer Women's Organizations Name Committee Chairmen; Plan Shavuoth Plans for three city-wide functions in 1955 were mapped out at the first meeting of the new administration of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations on Tuesday evening, at 936 Pennsylvania ave. CLUB I Mrs. Louis Beckerman. president of Club I, appointed the following chairmen for the coming year: Mesdames Henry Seitlin, Moetzet Hapoaloth; Ruth K?tz and Ida Horovitz. JNF; Essie Wilensky, Esther Yaffee and Betty Shechter, Child Rescue; Yetta Greetzman and Sonia Brodes, hospitality; Chavera Stadlan. cultural; and Lea Notkin, publicity. Club I sponsored a traditional Shevuouth celebration on Thursday evening at the Kneseth Israel. And on the evening of June 27, a "Moonlight Cruise" will delight the members of Club I and their friends. The boat ride will start at 5 p.m., from Pier 8 in the City Yacht Basin. CLUB II President of Club II, Mrs. Bernard Powell, filled in her chairmenships with the following appointments: Mesdames Nat Bookspan. Mollie Witner and Rose Esther, Moetzet Hapoaloth; Max Woolfman, I. Cutler and Rose Dyoung, JNF; Louis Marcus, Rose Katz and Chavera Atlas, Child Rescue; Sophie Krantz, Louise Weiss and Jacob Tarr, hospitality; Jacob Cosow and Abraham Shedroff. membership; Ida Myron, Israel supplies; Joseph Mintzes, Nat Bookspan and Abraham Shedroff, Bonds for Israel; Mania Shubow, cultural; and Abraham Shedroff, American Affairs and publicity. Club II will give a party in honor of Henrietta Sayetta on Saturday Continued on Pago 4 B



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PAGE 2 B 200 View Normandy School Exercises An audience of 200 attended the annual promotion and graduation exercises held at the Normandy School on Friday. Groups ranging from the nursery school through the high school graduation class took part in the program Nursery school presented the opening numbers, two ring dances, • Night Time" and "Miss Sue.'' folkHNd by the first graders' song. "Jimmy Crack Corn The second, third and fourth grades then interpreted their painting, a four by. twelve foot mural depicting the hi< I no highlights of Florida, with Pat Deenng coordinating discusMon. Leo Shapiro commented n the I Florida flag, the state bird and Aer. Ginger Dunn spoke on the i Bok Singing Tower, uhile Sheryl I Ron in'.* theme waa the dre>> of thr Seminole Indian Jo Rosen Barry Reiner and Jo' Ann Fine spoke 09 citrus fru %  DC Bay and coconut palm* The Normandy School Band, composed of members of the fifth -ixth. sewnth and euihth grades then played "The N-rmandy School Hymn" and "Stars and StripeFor' •' Representing the grade school graduates, Martin Mechlowitz di\t the ( rossoads." and ErPorman recited Invictus S<-n bool graduates each de liver' MU with the following; I *!•• ( h.rir. of a Goal" by f;ob-r* Dickstein; "Democracy'' h> Arler.e CobeO; "The Ba.. Life bj Dene Heisman Develop i meni of Personality" by Elena Lustgarlen. The DIM ivetj of Tal ents" bj Barbara Cole. "The Impor tance of Education'' by PhyUii Sol omon: "The Family Unit" b) Nan Bach • r The Citizen of Tomorrow" t'\ Richard Horowitz Vocal presentations were offered J [lent Herman who sang "Pray %  r Perfect," Nan Bachler singing The Jewel Bone." and Phyllis Sol omon who sang "The Lord's Prayer Headmaster I-eo Huberman concluded the ceremonies with th awarding of diplomas to graduates i \kmisincrkMar Congratulations were offered Morris Marlin by Rabbi Alfred Waxman when he was elected president of the West Miami Jewish Center. Left to right are David Dresner past president and now second vice president; Bernard Supworth. first vice president Rabbi Waxman. spiritual leader: Marhn; and Alexander Foael. immediate past president. Physicians End Three-Day Strike in Israel; Seek Better Wages, Conditions Mangold Named Head Maxwell J Mangold, hotel man. hiweek appointed manager of the Park Terrace Apartments and stores in Atlantic Beach. Long Island. New York. Thfcj is for the -ummer season of 1954. He will resume active management of the Matanzas Hotel and other Miami Beach commercial property in the fall oi 1954 JERUSALEM have threatened strikes if their demands are not met. Representatives of the Israel Medical Association, which called the doctors strike, told the newsmen that their members were embittered and had decided to keep up their fight until their demands were met The doctors.' spokesmen pointed out that doctors should at least get as much pay as magistrateThe same claim was advanced by the lawyers union which noted that the salary of the Attorney General was lower than thai oi a magistrate. The striking physicians were employed by the Ministry of Health, the Hadassah medical network, the Joint Distribution Committee's MalUn program, the Histadruth's sick fund and other institutions During their stoppage, the Israel Medical Association maintained skeleton medical crews in all hospitals and medical centers, but warned that if no solution were found, the work stoppage might be tightPALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MSami'g One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS ened The strike followed the government s refusal to negotiate for a wage rai-e Three thousand Israeli physicians in private practice went on a two-hour sympathy strike in support of their colleagues. Meanwhile, first aid stations were converted into field hospitals and handle emergency cases. Surgeons, supplied by the strikers, performed emergency operations in hospitals Ten emergency operations were performed in Tel Aviv in one day and the strikers rejected no call on their services. The average pay of physicians after taxes and other deductions amounts to 240 pounds ($133) a month The physicians are asking for these increases: A chief physician with 25 years' experience. 805 pounds per month instead of 380 pounds: a senior physician. 633 pounds, compared with 337 pounds: an assistant Dhysician. 464 pounds instead of 273 The burial societies reported that "death had taken a holiday" in Tel Aviv. In this city of more than 201). 000 population, with a normal death rate of 18 per day. not a single death was reported during the second day of the strike. As one representative of a burial society put it: "The Angel of Death seems to have joined the striking doctors MAX P. F ELD, C.P.A. mi ALFRED FINKELSTEIN, C.P.A. announce fat lormalitn t a partnership at Certified Public Accountants fr,m Am 1. 1954 1 1021 S.W. 1st STRICT TEL. 124243 Couple to be Honored On 50th Anniversary The Miami Chapter. Cancer and Tuberculosis Hospital of "the City of Hope, will hold its final meeting of the season on June 3. 12:30 p.m.. at the Hotel Tuttle Mr and Mrs Samuel Glicken haus will be honored on the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary r I WANT MY MILK 3 %  m ether tnftM," So tempting i„ hi J vegetable tola*,, without tour e*jafl delightful "pioWu youngsters. Viak[ flavorful, tcenoajaji I GLASS FOB EVERT PURPOSE rroBE rmoirr — PLATS aad WINDOW cm Ban>eJad Mirrors and RaailTaring On LA(,. GIJUM and Mirror W 136 b W. Mh St PHONE UORRlS ORLIN IRVISG GO MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOB DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M.Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 new electric air conditioners fit casement window Ne Diets! 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Ly, JUNE 4 1954 ^^Ut^rldgaf ekiel Foresaw Soviet Menace PAGE 3 B By David Ben-Aharon AJP Lkiel Hi.' prophet, in depictfa nc military force to arise I t; ,, id "in the end of days" 1 mg the Hebrew Seers Hoyed the term "Cog" as the lc of the head of that power ig" as the title of the %  trj | using these strange names, Hebrew root of which ia J" meaning roof, covering or ^spreading, Ezekiel clearly L d al a new type of people to tar on earth, a people which bid try to cover or spread It' over lhe world. That Russia the country he foresaw can %  adduced from the following IIM'.III Holds •al Exorcises |urth annual graduation exersponsored by the Bureau of kh Education for theElemenfrlebreu schools of Greater Mi[were held on Thursday, June 1 p.m.. at the Beth David Aurium. plomas were awarded by hi M ix Shapiro to graduates of Btth David Hebrew School, conJig of Martin Bialow, Ellen BolIRichard Kosch. Stanley Gold\, Sandra Schreidell and Judy on. Greetings were extendMrs. Mrtilda H. Ratner, newlected president of the Bureau. lereises featured a narracantata written and directed L irSchwarUuan, executive Ictor of the Bureau of Jewish ration, entitled "Rabbi Akibo, iher." The cantata involved pecial Junior Choir of Beth Id conducted by Mrs. Jack Donbag, with solos by Irwin Seigel [Millel Glover, narrative by the Uating class and film backknd in color. bledicliirian for the class was prdy Weldon. Thv annual Jacob Adele Kaplan Scholarship Mored by the Greater Miami linical Association was award* i Ellen Bolker by Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. The genera) theme of [exercises emphasized the sigfcant role of the Jewish teacher, lie program was coordinated* [Herbert Berber, extension dior of the Bureau of Jewish Edu|DB. Louis H. -iiiian. past presiacted as master of cerelit-. hih points found in Chapters 31 and 39: l.-Thus hath said the Lord I ama^in-, thee. O Gog. Princeol Rosh (Russia). Meschech <\i„. cow), ..ml Thulial fTobolskyi •nd f will cause I hoe ,„ orth from the uttermost par-„f he north ... Thou shal, fa|, U; „„; the mountains of Israel." CJO: 2. "After many days thou -halt fit ordered for service, in the latter years thou shall come up against the land (Israel, that is brought back from the sword (of Hitler), that is gathered out of many peoples, against the mountains of Israel, which had been a continual waste; but it is brought forth out of the peoples, and they 'dwell safely all of them." 88: 8) •; Til "'' -ha:t be like a cloud h v Tr rt the ? arth '" %  "'• and all h > >-.... ds and many nation., wilh g£ fH'tes, ...,38: dffersL, ,| v "" i Cteh (Indian), and Put 'Arab State); Corner and all his bands the house of Togarmah (Mid-East nations) ." (38: 5) Jeremiih. using the name Babylon for Kzckids "Gog" links this "Babylon" ol the future with the "Hammer" and "Sickle." the present-day symbols of Russia: "Cut off the sower from Babylon and him that handleth the SICkle ." (1; 16). "How is the Hammer of all the earth cut asunder and broken" (1:23). Continuation at llib, 4 u Sehool Confirmation exercises took place at the Miami Hebrew School and Congrsgation on Sunday. May 30, 7:30 p.m. H. M. Drewich will gave the welcoming address, Cantor Berele Kelemer render ed the musical portion of the program. Remarks were made byWilliam Spier. Address to the confirmands was made by Rabbi Simon April. Dave Kleber, chairman of the Board of Education, presented the confirniamls with confirmation certificates, Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, president of Sisterhood, presented Bibles. Mrs. Catherine Werner was the pianist. The confirmands are Francenr August. Helene Clein, Melvin Hecht, Norman Duchon, Franklin Kreutzer, Larry Coulton. Patricia Silverman and Norrna Wolfson. Rabbi Swirsky Slated Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El Congregation spiritual leader, will discuss the festival of Shavuoth on Sunday morning. 10:30 a.m., over station WMIE, according to Simon Seiden. program director of the Jewish Forum of the Air. ramural League jins Next Month |econd round of the fifth annual Softball Intramural League ducted by the Greater Miami pi Community Center will benext month at Shenandoah and Orange Bowl Annex, it announced by Ted Kaplan, prtnan, Town Branch Physical %  cation Committee, pght teams aie now completing I first ley ol t; n > tournament, pnicipating teams include the Pwing; (oral Gables B'nai V' < arls (-,,od Market, Miami pis „i Pythias, Roosevelt ; Pythias, Beth David Flagler Granada Fn Community Center, Center i Adult League and Center* Meyers Are Hosts Regular meeting of the Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will meet Friday evening 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer, 6251 SW 24th st The program will feature a lecture by Dr. Sidney Moss, and Herbert Hutner will direct a class in dramatics. o4$l<*p <&* t Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz has been elected vice president of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America. He is recording secretary of Temple EmanuEl and chairman of the Temple's Religious School. 3,500 Students in Contest Hotel Greeters of America, Tropical Charter No. 19 of South Florida, this week announced the "See American First" statewide contest winners, under the direction of Louis Esloe, region director for the State of Florida in promoting the national slogan. This contest was sponsored throughout the State of Florida to all public, parochial and accredi'ed high schools for all 9th grade students. It is estimated that at least 3,500 contestants participated. Lula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY • Cut Flowers • Potted Plants • Corsages o Funeral Designs • Weddings • Parties 1910 S.W. 8th STREET 2-5790 • Phones 2-5384 1 THIS OFFER CLOSING SOON! 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PAGE 4 B + lflstincrk*cvi -^HUDAY Israel Bond Sales Pass $400,000 Mark As Jan Peerce Concert is Scheduled Sales of Israel Bonds have paw year in the Greater Miami area, it was announced this week by chairman Jacob Sher. who also reported that the Jan Peerce concert would be held in the Miami Beach Auditor lum on Monday. June 28. at 8:30 p.m. Mure than 40 community organ izations have already pledged their .'•upport of the concert. Mtatatofl to which will be through the purchase or sale of Development Is .-ue. State of Israel Bonds. Representatives of these organization.held their first committee meeting in the Shelborne Hotel at a brunch this week and heard Sher. U well a> Manfred I. Minzer Jr. city manager of Israel Bonds, ex plain details of the concert The auditorium will be divided into three sections. All purchasers of a minimum ol $1,000 in the I>e velopment issue will be seated in the fir-t orchestra section, purchav ol SJUO S950. in the second section, and purchaserof $100 $450 in thi balconj I Ticket.in the $500 section will i be given tho-e who -ell a minimum HI 11,000 in Israel Bonds and balcony -eats to tho-e who .-ell $500 to $950. These ticketare free to all purehastra or ntfwmea of Develop nnnt I—ue BondJan Peerce is one of the world's leading, ttaon and a star of the Metropolitan and San Francisco Opera Companies. This season. Mr Peerce is celeI brating his 12th anniversary' s I leading tenor with the Metroplitan \ Opera. He is currently on his 14th 1 consecutive nation wide tour. ; which will include 50 recital appearances. Last summer, he sang in opera in South America and scored a rousing success as a classical disc jockey on a New York station, as well as performing at Lewissohn Stadium. Robin Hood Defl. Hollywood Bowl and other major festivals. Born in New York City. Mr Peerce • mice il entirely American train.'! Though hineighbors first William Peskoff. Mrs. Miriam Press. Mrs. Sadie Rosen, Mordeca JJjj. 8 *jJ"l Sab* Mm. Otilie Rosenberg Teigma^IndM?^! Bay-Bee Diaper Service "•turf, mumi-t PuT, An txclusbre Laundry for Diaper* and foby M 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE r*W-WW" Fossett's Prescription Pha Pioneer Women's Organizations List Committee Chairmen; Plan Shavuoth Continued from Page 1 B S B p.m., at the I Haw IS53 Kuc aker will Leschn sk) well known author KADIMAH CHAPTER In : • • tion as | • Mri %  erve with her Mesdamea MoMset Hap ..loth. Ri Her and Gertrude Bott, JNF Bernard Kanter. Child ResBibi Ki-hman. American Affairs; Ida Melt/er and Bea Warner. M..r\in Copenhagen. • pi* : • I > il Zinmsn, dueMoses Meyer and Doeot hy Bott. memhip; Jacob Raffel. program: Al parUamentariaa; sjsd Blacker publicitv GOLDA MEYERSON CLUB The following will work at chair • i i-hiplor the cnminc year a Dted bj MrSouls Bobbins -dent of Golds Meynrson Club: lames Vera / ad Anna Moetxel II..," sloth; Sophie •nn and Ro-e Gersten, INI Vi K.ihn. Mmnu Wainer and Rose Marks, ( hild Rescue: Helen Victor. member-hip. Ethel Nerove hospi tality: Ethel Shore, culture R Mai %  Israeli Supplies; and Shirle) Queen. pul>%  n Club will high hcht itfir-t meeting with a Slu vuouth program on Tuesdnj eve • %  June 8th u p.m., at CengreBett El An early -umme: • diversion for thiclubmembers and friends will IKa boatrlde on "Yacht 7i on June 13. at 5 p.m.. from Pier 8 in the City Yacht Basin Federation Board of Governors to Meet Stanlej C Myers, president of 'hr Greater Miami Jewish Federation, haannounced that the first meeting of Federationnew Board ol Governors nil] be held on Thursday June 10. 8.15 p.m.. at Ternpie Israel ol Miami The agenda will include consideration ol the Budget Committee recommendation(or allocationto beneficial;. election ol Executive Committee and election of Budget Committee Jon Peerce knew him as an alto voice in local choir-, it wa> with his violin he worked his way through college. In later years. Peerce was hailed by Maestro Arturo Toscanini as my favorite tenor." In 1949, he became the first singer in the 73year-history of the New York College of Music to be accorded the honor nn Doctorate of Music de gree The next meeting of the com mittee will be held Wednesday. June 9. in the Ac-demy Hall of Temple Kmanu-El. The following representativeof at ionhave already acp pied to ajrvaj on the committee William Agranwve, MrJoseph der, Mr1 beodore Herman. MrJack Bernstein, MrHarold H Barney. Herman Binder. Mrs. Ida Book-pan. Mr and MrManuel r.ur-ti in, MrMoilia Cohen, Mrs (ieorge M Cohen. Daniel Cra\itt Mrs. David Dinner. Mrs Reva Baser, Mr and Mrs Moishie Fried i>i rg. MrEvelyn Oer-tenfeld Mr Joseph Goldberg. Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Selma Green. Rev. Isaac Jacobson, Mrs. Eva Kahn. Mrs. Frieda Kalstein. Mrs Abe Kansas, Gershon Miller. Milton Miller, Matilda Moser. Mrs Donald Murray MrMae Newman. Mrs Ann Padower. Mrs Harrv Platoff. Huntington Medical Building 148 S.E. 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SiSX'^iL;:,JUNE4J954_ OBAL SHORTS ^^btn^rlrith,r PAGE 5 B Jewish Cultural te Held in Germany IHIM ,.ITA>—For the Unce the downfall of Hit, from all parts of West hnil from West Berlin asert id .leliherate on ways of invigorating Jewish and Jewish education nv Heretofore, all Ger(meetingshad been overbj political questions eriicil principally with indemnification, relief nal issues. British Bank Ordered to Pay Frozen Arab Funds LONDON (JTA) Jordanart court, the Court of ( ,, has ordered Barclay 1 Bank to pay 6.000 pounds sterling to a Palestine Arab refugee whose funds were frozen in a branch of the bank in Israel under Israeli law. it was reported here from Amman Th el feet of this decision is to make Bar clay's Bank and the Ottoman Bank —both British institutions re sponsible for Arab funds frozen in their branches in Israel. Restrictions ed for Emigrants Fl'RT iJTA)—Residents h who emigrate to other '„,;,> now legally carry iS350 in non-German curhd S71 m (Jerman marks, Cnmincid here in pursuv,-t Germany's present [relaxing the tight curbo] regulations, [Court Convicts Nazis ence in Israel BART (JTA)—A German has used evidence given Mj court before reaching tision in a case involving [charged with complicitly lurder ol more than 100 [null "i a Na/.i slave la,. %  \ lanov, Poland. The tial ended in acquittal of xeticky, a Jewish physi|be Nazi camp who Jjad rged with abetting Nazi kainst the Jewish prisonrs International nee Held in London ON (JTA) — A triennial DI: of the International Jewish Women opened delegates from many — including the United panada. South Africa, Bridia, Australia, Morocco, nd and Israel—in attended the conference's first Iras the formal admission jership of the newly-organlel Council of Jcwiah dicol Association Physicians' Strike fcVIV (JTA)— The Israel %  Association set June 1 as |of a new strike of doctors I on a salary basis by the pnt and \arious national s. The Histadrut-sponhysicians Council has deI oppose the strike call. Int council proposed that the ept the llistadrut's propt a public commission be to study the doctors' [conditions and to rccom|l0' increases. Indonesia Bars Israelis; Parley Moves to Burma LONDON (JTA) A meeting of the Asian Socialist Bureau opened in Burma after a last minute change of venue when the Indonesian Government refused to admit Israeli delegates who were to attend the meeting originallv sched uled to be held there. The Government of Indonesia said thai the 1raelis would not be admitted because Indonesia has not formally recognized Israel and because Indonesia wanted to avoid ill will in the Moslem world. Israelis Fast in Protest Against Rumanian Arrests TEL AVIV (JTA)—Many thousands of Jews in Israel observed a day of fast in response to a call by the Chief Rabbinate to demonstrate their solidarity with the Zionist and Jewish communal leaders ar rested and imprisoned in Rumania. They joined some 60 former lead ers of Rumanian Jewry, now in Israel, who began an "unlimited'' hunger strike intended to arouse the conscience of the world to the fate of Rumanian Jewish leaders Ion wtion Sought of U S. Jordan Water Plan IJNGTON (JTA) Israel "dor Ahba Rban and Jacob l. honorary president of Wan Jewish Committee, separately with Henry A. Assistant Secretary of '• Eba n said after the con[tnat he sought clarification ent State Department exendorsitm Arab proposals juhzat,,,,, of the waters of nn River, He said he exwael s views on the Arab "Posals Conservative Rabbis Assail 1 McCarran-Walter Law UNIONTOWN, PA. (JTA) — The 54th annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, adopted a resolution here deploring the racist provisions of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Law | and called upon Congress to enact the Lehman Bill or other legislation which "better reflects our democratic and moral aspirations." The fact that less than 20 persons have been admitted to the U.S. since the enactment of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953 was termed a "national and international disgrace." Ws, Republicans Urge Help Build .srael JORK JIA) Leading ft"'lor both political parfbu? '" rn "' r V ce Hres Z \ BarkU v a "d Gover,7' ""*'>• urged the **!?, to help build a • aei as a major step in F Peace t„ the Middle East. V m m stressing the need hi£ d k ; '"' '" lsrael worp "Herbert 11 Ionian. Demm fvmg M. Ives, RepubliFrank Lloyd Wright to Design Synagogue PHILADELPHIA (WNS)—Frank Lloyd Wright, internationally renowned American architect who is regarded as the founder of modern architecture, will erect a $750,000 synagogue in Philadelphia, the first synagogue ever to be constructed by him. The structure will house Beth Sholom Congregation and will be located at York Road and FoxCroft Road, Elkins Park. The new Beth Sholom Synagogue, sketches for which have already been drawn, will be in the shape of the biblical Mount Sinai. Young Adults to Sail The Young Adult Group of Tent pie Emunu-El will sponsor an eve ning of fun on the sailboat "Tropic Bird" on Saturday evening, June 5 The boat will depart from Pier 5 in Miami at 7 p.m. A barbecue dinni r will be served preceding dancing and entertainment. Reservations may be* made with the Religious School office at Temple Emanu-El, it was announced by Irving Snerr. president. Mrs. Irving Cypen (second from right), newly elected president of the Sisterhood of Temple lr,1i !" i u~ Cep l S ,? corsa( 3 e from Mr sJoseph A. Berman. outgoing president, at an instalSnnu heo,1 i eld '" ,he Saxo "y Hotel. Looking on are (from left) Mrs. Irving Lehrman. innote eaker 31, Y Gr0SSman ins,alla ''n chairman, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. keyJewelry of Hungarian Jews Found Buried in Germany MUNICH (JTA)—While playing in a forest near Rottelmuenster, some youngsters dug up a rusty iron strongbox filled to the brim with wedding bands, diamond rings, gold watches ;ind other valu ables. Since all engravings are in I Hungarian, it is believed th;it a concentration camp guard who had been in charge of Hungarian .lews hid his booty in this isolated spot GRAND OPENING YOU ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF M NORTON TIRE (O'S. 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PAGE 6 B *>JmlsHh>r**** Shavuoth Services Start Sunday The birthday of the Ten Com mandments will be marked by Jew -h people in Greater Miami and throughout the world during their annual observance of the festival -.noun as Shavuoth. which this year begins at sunset on Sunday. June 6. According to Jewish tradition, the Commandments containing mankind's first set of ethical roles were made known to the Israelite* by Mose* just seven weeks after he :ed them out of Egyptian bondage The English equivalent. Pent, .ndicates that fifty days intervene between Passover, th*" time of liberation, and Shavuoth. the time of the granting of the Decalogue The ttrval LS also designated in the eta of the Bible a* the time of r inca'henng and the of the first fruit* TEMPLE EMANU-EL wOl hold ",ng service* at 5 p m •• late r"r:1a> -cheduied for 8 30 p m ted to Jewish War Veterans • America Commander Frank A • km. of Post No 330 will bring greetings Rabbi Irvine Lehrman will officiate and preach on the c The Quest for Moral Leaders! r Philip Brummer will render the musical port %  iturgv Saturday %  oriiiin MTVire at 9 a m Annual bacca laun ice will be <:• the graduating d*-of Miami Beach H tins; will by Irvin Kati, pnnci I> hrrr.an will mm David Mr and become Mitzval SI .-h %  U Tg at 7 p m ai • • I : pit TEMPLE ISRAEL will at %  • • %  : D kfoi -'.'.am BETH EL CONGREGATION l i id %  ••'. ening at iturda) Btornini sen Shmarwill officiate and ich on the topic A Spiritual \ 'las;n Talmud will bo ;. m Mineha is at r> \> m followed bj Seudoa, when th'Kabbi will discuss the Z^.har iiotli •• nice* will begiii on • Ing at 7 PJB Monday and Tuesday wrvieai are at 8 30 am The Rabbi will preach on • lations Vi Revolutions Tuesday morning services w.ll in elude Yizkor at 10 am Rabbi Swir sky will discuss I am Gotag. Home .•some Day." • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi! Henry B Wernik. of Tampa, will be guest spiritual leader. Cantor Albert Clantz will render the musi cal portions of the liturgy An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Shevuoth will! be ushered in Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m Monday and Tuesday morning services ace at 9 a.m.. with evening services scheduled to take place at 630 p.m. Yizkor will be held on Tuesday morning at 10:30 am. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning services at 6 45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a m., when Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Kiddush will follow Mm cha is at 6:45 p.m.. followed by Maariv Shavuoth will be ushered in Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday morning ser\ are at 9 am Yizkor is scheduled for the second day of Shavuoth at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Ever will preach on both days. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturdav morning services are at 8:30 am The Bar Mitz van of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Barasch. will take place Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will offi date and address the confirmand • Mineha is at 6*5 pm. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por tion Shavuoth will be ushered in %  on Sunday evening at 645 p.m | Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss "War for Peace during services on Monday morning "Segregation will be the topic of his sermon on Tuesday morning Vkkor will follow. Can tor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER w'l! h >'A Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m Fourteen students of the confirmation etaas will be gue-t! h nor Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate an I itaoil T-rah Si '• '." I 'I ored include Susie Amber George Barish. France Elaine, Brenner Jo Ann Brod-ke> Ah in : p B.-'-na r Cohen. Ann Kloviu. Beverly Ft Id - Ills G Platt. Lillian Rubin and Shirah Saturday morning services are at 10 am. Jimmy Koven. I Mr and Mrs Joseph Koven. 510 ncia. will become B-r Mttavafe The Koven* are charter memborOf th-congregation and will be ;-h CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES will h IJ evening services at 6 30 p m Saturday morning serv, •9am Rabbi Abraham Sachwill officiate and speak on P rtioo Shavuot sari ill begin Sunday evening at, in Honda) morning at 9 a m. Rabbi Sachs will speak on the subject Ruth the Example of LojrTue*da\ morning at 10 a m rial acrvicea will be conand Rabbi Sachsubject i will be Tkkot KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold services Saturday I at 8 30 am SJUI M-nn^off pre-i dent .bject %  i the Torah •r.duct a class I p •• Mineha is a: 6 15 p rr. She d .Host will be Jacob Siegal Sha indaj evening at 7 p m and will beelebrati iaJ service conducted by Can tor Abraham Scif Monday morning services wtll Ixat 8 30 a m Tues day morning services are at 8 30 a rn Yiakor service win ba ducted by Cantor Seil ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 45 pm Saturday morning -erviceare %  1 6 SO a m Jeffrey Frelieh, MrPauline Pn lich, trill become Bat .Mitzvah. with Rabbi Morton Halavtky offidatiag Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical !> %  rtionof the liturgy Mineha is at 6 :t0 pm. followed by ShaloSeudos Shavuoth will be Ushered in on Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday morning serviceare at 8 30 am Rabbi Malav sky will discuss The Torah We Accepted" on the first day of the Festival Yizkor is scheduled for Tuesday at 10 am The Rabbi will preach on the topic: "Honor Thv Father and Thy Mother in Life and in Death • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6 p.m with Rev Rudolf E Brill officiat ing Services will be held "Saturday at 9 a.m. Shevuoth sen icewill be gin Sunday at 6:30 p.m.. and will continue Monday at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.. and Tuesday at 9 a.m.. with Yizkor at 1030am Shavuoth serv He. will be concluded Tuesdayevening, when servicewill be held at 6 p.m. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. of Tampa, will officiate at both fes tival days The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Allen Sonn. son of Mrs. Fay Boon, took place on Thursday. June 3. at the Center. A Kiddush in his honor followed the 7 am serv ice. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiating Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Leighton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Plaskoff, 4716 SW 1-t st will become Bar Mitivan Rev Heim will chant the musi cal portions of the liturgy Mineha iat 6 30 pm. followed by Shalo* Seudov with the Piaskoffs serving | as hosts Maariv will conclude the [ | Sabbath observance Shavuoth serv i ices are Monday and Tuesday morn-1 lings at 9 am Re* Heim willj preach on the topic: -Torah—Our I Strength and Guide Kiddush will follow on Monday, given by Rev I Heim and his sister. Mrs B Eisen • berg, in memory of their parents | brother and two sisters killed in i 1 Germany during this festival Yizkor is on Tuesday morning at 101 a m Topic of the sermon is Why ^ the Story of Ruth on Yizkor Day"' Evening services are at 6:45 p m during both da;.of Shavuoth BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 30 p m Saturday morning serviceare at 9 a m Class in Perek will be held by F Eisenberg at 5 30 pm Mineha follows at 6:30 p m Daily services are at 7:30 a m except for Sundays at 8 am. Daily evening sen ices are at 6:45 p.m Shavuoth service* will be on Monday and Tuesday mornings at 91 a m Yizkor is scheduled for Tuesday at 10:30 a m • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 7 p m Saturdav morning service* are at 8 3d a.m. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate Shavuoth will begin on with serviceon Sunday evening at 7 p.m Monday morning services are scheduled for 8 30 am Rabbi Becker will discuss The Flower and the Fruit Evening services will ho at 7 p m On Tuesday morning. 8 30 am. Martin. s,,n of Mr and MrHarry Kahn. will become Bar Mitzvah Yizkor is scheduled for 10 30 am The Rabbi will preach on the topic "An Imitation of Life ThSi-terh..d will sponI floral offeringand Kiddush will be given by Mr and Mrs Harry Kahn • • • NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fr.day evening serv• 8 15 pm and w;li b


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I JUNE 4. 1954 + l'**i>n PAGE 7B r d Study Brings Her Academic Degree andolph Shcvach will grad, m the University of Ml,hc Bachelor of Science L n June 7. She is to be gi a [women, wile and mother. L e ven more interesting III of the facts about Mrs. yri unfolded. men, Mrs. Shcvach transferred her credits to the University of Miami during the summer session of June, 1952, and *fter a lapse of 12 years] she returned to her academic work! She regarded proudly her emerald U of M graduation rio^. "Allen and Eileen bought it for me as a she explained. "But. oh, that has goM and into this symbol." There was work until tun three in the morning, pouring ovei organic chemistry diagrams "Dr. d nurse, she received Shevach was constantly at my tide, training *' n S s ^ oumv I offe ring me guidance, inspiration in Brooklyn, New York. I and the will to succeed lly, Mrs Snevach had at-1 But her university studies had Brooklyn College and New. to be geared to the needs of her [[ivcrsity. She was married family and could not always !>•• atto .i physician specializing tended first. Mrs. Shevach did not medicine, and three swerve from her habit of playing riidi tnree r. the couple moved here. Ihevachs have two children. JTOOKS il3'/j. His sister, [will be 10 years old on June day alter her mother is ,.,(' -With this energetic I u rs Shevach explained, | ttll much to do at home." is already an accomplished kn He penorma on the piano fcaphone. At the age of sevwon the Miami Conservalannnal music award—a silp-and was recently granted *r rating in a band contest [the tut-.rship of. Pierre Litan unseen yet significant role in the school programs of Allen and Eileen. She had. for example, held office in the North Beach Klementarv School PTA an I continued her activities with the parent teacher group. There were also many sessions during which she and her children sat over their texts together, discussing and working out academic problems. "This is why much of my own university study was left until the very lae hours of the night," Mrs. Shevach said. Other duties had to taper off in L„ attends North Beach Ele-1 "rder to give way to her principal l sen She is also a piano interests. Mrs Shevach took an acallc-t -tuileiit. "Both are ht Temple Beth Sholom Reil." Mrs. Shevach said. "much to do at home" of I around the rear|the two children. "And Dr. Hj's work and communal ac |\,, till is an important I i this vigorous regiAlhn i.ni Eileen mu-El Scouts ^k End of Season Seoul (jb Pack No. 65 of pie Emanu-B, sponsored by femple Men's Club, closed its lilies for the season with a w served in the patio. Judge Cypen, cubmaster, presided. tificates of appreciation were ded to activi den mothers, and I Jack Herman, chief den mothpas presented with a gift in appation of her leadership. Wings were extended by Saul educational director, and Irving l.chrman who comid the el forts of Cypen. Pe following awards were made: /Badge. Daniel Appelrouth and pen Nadler; Webelos Award, el1 Herman; Wolf Badge, Davis, David Gross, Stephen Warren Bertner. Charles Michael Hale. Gerald Nash, Rabin. Jonathan Mangold, nan Brooks, Robert Redman, Fd Gretnwald, Stuart Greene Daniel Appelrouth. wat Pins, Johill Brown. Stan [*>'<>*. Itichard Rubin. Stanley Twcaick and Victor Barsby. l-Dance Saturday t'Wii Bnai B'/hh Women will 'swim dance on Saturday eve l '* p m at the Blackstone Ho Calendar, issued to some 250 %  rganizations and individuals In Dade County by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will shortly publish its edition lor the months of June, July and August The calendar, is Issued regularly by Federation BS B Community service to enable local groupto schedule events and functions and to prevent conflicts in meeting dates. An information service is maintained by Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation concerning events of Jewish Interest in the community which are registered in the | calendar. Organizations have been requestad by Federation president Stanley C. Mvcrs to make free use of these facilities to prevent conflicts in planning events during the busy winter season, as well as during the rest of the year. Organizations are asked to submit name, address and phone number of their newly elected president and secretaries so that the mailing list can be revised and brought up to date. Mrs. Randolph Shevach Such communal endeavor could hardly stop completely and simultaneously with her return to the University of Miami two years ago. "I can not point out strongly enough how important an inspiration Dr. Shevach was to me through all of this." the attractive soon-to he-graduated said. "Without his understanding, my dream could never have become a reality." Mrs. Shevach's future plans involve continuing at the U of M graduate school. Right now, however, she is intent on "G-Day." Dr. Shevach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shevach, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been houseguests at their Prairie ave. home all winter long, will be at commencement exercises to see their daughter-in-law receive the BS degree. other celebration* will also be in order. In addition to Mrs. Shevach's commencement and Eileen's birthday on June 8, Allen graduates from Nautilus School on June 4. and on June 12. the entire family leases for San Francisco, where Dr. Shevach will attend a convention of the American Medical Association. Mrs. Shevach will be a delegate to the auxiliary conclave for the Dadf Auxiliary. Her newly earned degree points j up for Mrs. Shevach the signifieance Of the University of Miami Adult F.ducation Division slogan: j "Learning is not a monopoly of j youth." While the essence of this Observation is certainly a great truism, it fails to catch the spirit and appearance of charming Mrs. Randolph Shevach, who is virtually as youthful as those for whom she often put aside her studies during the difficult days when home life Cuno Cohen Succeeds Dorothy Bai as Head of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Miss Cuna Cohen nas been elected president of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Adults. Miss Cohen served formerly as recording secretary of Phi Delta Gamma sorority, treasurer of Sharet BBYA and 1 is a past Hillet. AZA sweetheart. Other officers named include Shirley Eichenbaum. first vice president: Mignon Benson, second vice president; Sandra Levine, treasurer: Bebe Salzburg, recording secretary; Elayne Berzok, corresponding secretary; Anita Gurkey. sergeant-at-arms; Elaine F'rank, parliamentarian; Lorraine Kahlenbere. Dorothy Bai and Millie Salzburg. Board members; and Phyllis Gelbard. counselor. Installation will take place at •omity Chapter of "the" AM A I t he Nautilus Hotel on Sunday. June 6. 2 p.m. Miss Edith Fleischer, president of the Women's Council of B'nai B'rith. will' be installing officer. Guests to attend include Milton Friedman. B'nai B'rith youth commissioner; Jerry Carver, BBYO director for South Florida; and Jim Levinon, Greater Miami youth councelor. Program for the afternoon will honor Phyllis Gelhard, outgoing president, as well as other outgoing officers and chairmen. Miss and homework seemed at times in Dorothy Bai will be program chairconflict, man. THEY'RE THE SAME A BEANS Rabbi Jirk to tie Ordained Rabbi Leon Jick will be ordained in Cincinnati on June 5 at the Ikbrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion. He is married to the tormer Ju dilh Saal whose n o t h er, Mrs. Mary Saal. lives ,t 624 Michigan no., Miami 3each. Rabbi Jick is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Jick, St. Louis. V graduate of Washington I'ni.--i sity there In 1947 he W a s .•; J*ck i]rc eii „, P 1 Beta Kappa. He also holds degrees of Bachelor and Master of Hebrew trttars. Rabbi Jick served three years with the Army Air Force and spent a year in Israel, where he part cr paled in the founding of MbbuU Cosher Haiiv Rabbi Jick will serve as AMU tant Rabbi in Temple Israel Boston. While a student, he served as spiritual leader of congregations in Central!.. 111.. Denver. Colo., and Hamilton, Ohio. ...take your choice, Madame! No matter which label is on the can, the beans are exactly the same ... strictly Kosher, strictly "pareve", strictly ovenbaked. Both labels carry the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. HEINZ Kosher BAKED BEANS •f'



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PAGE 8 B rJmlstncrkaari FRIDAY. Letters To The Editor ftNEi Editor The Jewish Flondian: here and ri' wcomers to thsi effectuate i 12 %  • nth %  >• • % %  : %  toymen! I I am taking the liberty of ModBeQn ,,, >tunng ening >cu. en c losed, copy (.1 a let,,. rpriM raiae the per-capita m ter I received recently from Mr eome and cut „,,*„ M Victor Levine, chairman of the furu) m .,.,) s in -. ; bllitj Subcommittee for Industrial De,, ( v ., ing productive indu-' velopment of the City of Miami improve the production of exictinfl %  It may not be generally known manufacturing facilities; h.. that my efforts, in the past, in the -alutory influence on the reduction field of planned industrial develop .... have a >t..bilmna effect ment include a plan in May 1!*50. on the permanence in our popula whicn became "another Korean ca> tn>n growth ualty" and. by invitation, one sub Enable more I" of M local er.dumitted to the State of Israel, which J!( ., ,,, lnd em p Ul%m ent here; bal I visited in 1951. for six months. anct Ihl ,. c „ no mv through dn ratThe basic, over all Dadc County f (e d payrolls, lesson labor turnPlan won the approval of the late over and improve labor relations Dr. 0 P Hart, when he was execustimulate increased productivity by tive director of the Department of an established incentive plan, inIndustanal Development and Re fluence lower freignt coat] by prosearch for the City of Miami, and riding return loads, eoncentraiioi man\ others, ton numerous to menon -moke-free manufacturing t tioa It was publicized on July 29. project the tourist trade, and set an 1953 in The Miami Herald The example in its broad scope for plan would result in far reaching other parts of Florida to the entire area, ac-, your early adVfces Will be Lr*1 fl BST BBBBBBBBBA F^ t BsV^^isiW J SSSSSsH BSSsV. ssssL l BSsL^* M LffJ W~i •* *> '§ %  •%% .V > ^ 4b. .\ ^i*r i."Pj •' knowledge^ b) competent and authority, among which u re Uie following. tl living 1> appreciated Irving Solomon Mr Ir\ ing Solomon. Industrial Consult Planned Industrial Development, 223 I rida library Adds Reference Periodicals on Congress nal Quarterly, the .taken up your suggestions with our committee, and they are indebted to you for vour advice At the present time, we are following the -uggested plan of coordinating the City of Miami and Dade County in an over all picture a> suggested by Coanty Commissioner 1 I) MacVicar You are to be congratulated for your efforts after several years of 1 arch and study, and I wish to Itate that we will cooperate with >ou to the fullest extent in obtain. Vi Thr uth 29 ~ ,; tog your objective ol adding to itreputation u intr duced and acted on. lob• > r. i committee actm and floor debate 1 y Almanac includes all the ma terial put, the Weekly Report for a year, re-edited and in dexed for •, r ef e r e n c e The Almanac also include-pecial sectkms entitled %  II. PW A Bill IPass(ragaHonal round for 1952 Elections 24 Convention Groups Pick Scaroon Manor an outstanding -ummer resort, Scaroon Manor. Schroon Lake. N Y hagained stature among so cial. charity, professional, fraternal, political, business and family organizations as the ideal place to' hold a convention, managing di-1 rector Joseph Frieber this week remarked Frieber said that his Adirondack Mountain resort is playing host to no levthan 24 convention groups., starting on June 1 and extending through September 19. Included in the last of organ iza; tions convening at Scaroon Manor! this summer are such varied groups as the Women's Republican I Club of the State of New York. I Principal'1 Association of Western New York. General Electric Forej mans 1 Association. Electronics Division. N. Y State Independent I Telephone Association. N. Y. State Department of Social Welfare Commissioners Association. General Electric Aeronautics and Marine Social Club. Adirondack Retail Lumbermen's Association. Huv bands and Wives Clubs of America. Batten Division. Cousins' Clubs of the Bronx and the Master Magicians of America Victor Levine. ida Israel Europe tour The tour will sail from New York on the famous French Liner. SS Libcrte, August 26 The first 21 days will be spent vitini, France. Belgium. Holland. Luxemborg and Italy. The pary w -ill leave from Rome on September 22 spending 21 days in Israel. Rosh Hashana in Jerusalem. Yom Kippur in Haifa anc Succoth in Tel Avi\ In addition, there will be a complete program of sightseeing to all points of interest in Israel, as well as greetings from officials of the new state The group will return to Paris in time to sail on the SS lie de France, amvmg back in New York on October 21-t Accommodations will be available in tourist cabin and ftlst fllsm. and the tour will take 56 days Fur !k-"Vsi Jennie Grossinger (center), well known in religious and ] anthropic circles, presents a $2,000 contribution on behdi herself and guests of the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel, lo I Moses Mescheloff (loft), president of the Greater Miami Wsl National Fund Council, for INF programs in Israel Snl Prosterman. honorary life president, looks on. A natxMahaj timonial dinner will be tendered Mrs. Grossinger in the I ther information may be obtained conjunction with the establishing of a colony in Israel* at the Kronengold Travel Sen-ice. _' ; ... %  Chamber of Commerce bldg named in her honor. Proceeds From JWV Dance ior Wheelchair Coral Gables Post, Jewish War Veterans, will hold a "Dance for a Wheelchair' on Saturday. June 5, 8 30 p.m.. at the VFW Hall. 1608 SW 27th ra Proceeds will be used to pur chase a folding wheelchair The %  A heelchair will be donated to a worthy charity. Money will also be. solicited for Jack Bell's Commit tea of One Thousand to aid Variety I Children's Hospital. There will be a band present. | Demand Israel Kosher THE WOKIilS MOST EXCMTMXG hi.WOH You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy l$MH beauties. Enjoy the matchless flaror of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! 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JUNE 4. 1954 ioth Services to be Ushered in iy; Decalogue Festival's Source nue d from P9 6 B =£^iy&^2fz_ I 01 y evening services at Saturday morning MTViclude ihe Bar Mitzvah „[ Mr and Mrs. Joseph will sponsor the lfi ng Rabbi Max Shapiro Maurice Mamches will devuoth services will be %  n „n Sunday evening. Em he conducted Monday day. June 7 and 8, at 9 I offerings will be by par. confirmation class. YizCohen Rushes [ion of New Dinner Cocktail Lounge Cohen is rushing con| of hicocktail lounge ..nd ouse now that the sand-p section of his threebmpernik s restaurant at and Collins ave. is comthis week said "it is lmIhat I ready my dinner J meet the tremendous deIhen completed the estab| will he one of the most unklaurant operations in the (north side of the building, i operation the same kind kor will be held on Tuesday at l a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss' "The Final Dedication." Covenants." Saturday morning jrvtee. are a, W^mTwlS I ,nti u' S n f Dr and Mrs snn ,f M < '"' an Ronald Alan, •on of Mr. and Mrs La and will become to MiS2. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will renaer the musical portions .of the litPAGE 9 B MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p m. Satur WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER day mornmg services are at 8:30-will hold early Friday eVenH u r ,K en S !' ,n 7' son "' Mr and service, at 6.-30 p. m Late wS£& Mrs. Albert Jacobson, will become • scheduled for 8:30 pm Rabbi Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April Alfred Waxman will offLn w will officiate with Cantor Berele Center Choi, assisting under Kelemer rendering the musical p( ir the direction of Jerome Taft The tions of the liturgy. Shavuotfa serv-, Oneg Shabbat following will be proT S Q a n' ouu ay and Tue8da > U,k d by part nts of confirmands at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi April will diswho will take part during the servcuss: "The Source ol Life yizkor '<* %  Mrs. Helen Semmelmacher is is at 10:30 am on Tuesday. j in charge of refreshments. Satur• • | day morning services are at 9 a m TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will c nd ucted by Rabbi Waxman. Minhold Friday evening services at I wi ** at 6 P m • followed by a 8:15 p.m., devoted to Sabbath and I l ecture on E,hics of the Fathers, graduation. Diplomas will be Conflrm ands assisting Rabbi Waxawarded to graduates of the Ele-' mentary School. Rabbi Leon Kror.ish will officiate and speak on: "Consecration, Graduation and Confirmation—The Sacred Jewish man include Sandra Grant, Kayleen Newmark, Rita Semmelmacher, Joseph Fogel and William Klein. Morris S. Marlin, president, will deliver the charge to confirm* HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on the topic: "The Significance of the Ancient Priestly Blessing." Mincha is scheduled for 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Sunday morning services will be at 8 a.m. Shavuoth will be ushered in at 6:30 p.m. Monday morning, at 9 a.m., Rabbi Gross will discuss: "Heights of Sinai." Yizkor will be on Tuesday morning at 10:15 p.m., with the Rabbi preaching on the topic: "Lest We Forget." Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Isaac Levin to Install Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will hold its annual installation of officers at a dinner, dance on Saturday. June 19, 7 p.m., at the San Hill"" ••! % % % % %  %  r ich shop which has made Juan restaurant. Sy Hinkes and Gil Cohenname famous in ji| B< ii h food industry. In tr of tin building, will be [tail lourge. On the stuth vet iii be named dinner lal is pli lined. • operations ar? sepp.rate I many • f the kitchen and |the seem facilities. also reported that while had many Miami Beach b his guests in the Mitel fcdwich shop, much of his coming from Hollywood. lained that "the Hollywood ih D;HII people have made Pampernik's their nightUDUt." •nd your vacation IN the [live Ridoe Mountains \hv Horowitz loshvr inn 331 First Avt., W. Hendersonvillt, NX. 32nd SEASON *' PICTURESQUE ipO* *•* ACRES l fP 1100 It. Mfh h> aoHea-trM AHisaoa r ai Renowned Hotel and 46 enchanting Cottages 18 hoi* private GOLF COURSE 3 mile privoto LAKE Every land and water sport and activity Superb entertainment 2 orchestras I Famed ANDRON Cuisine — Dietary lows --, y Children's Camp Program under trained counsellor* tO-nwihlp.Monoj.menf...DAVID SANDRON...DAVE IEVINSOM N* Ywk Onlce i BRETTON HALL HOTEL • 2350 Broadway • SU 7-3264 r "\ Tour worries are over when your child can have a full camping experience ant) be near home as well. Because SIMCHAH is right here on Miami Beach. SIMCHAH AN UNUSUAL JEWISH AMERICAN DAY CAMP FOR BOYS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS To be conducted at the Floridian Hotel 540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Applications Now Being Accepted IVrlfO Of Phant 8-57l2 or 56B01 Pool on Premises • Fishing Dietary Laws Observed • Israeli Dancing • Arts and Crafts • Snorts • Hat lunches Transportation Furm'shea* DIRECTORS: Mar'rarie Ent, Malcom P. Furman, Gertrude Fallick and Shushannah Spector NORMANDY SCHOOL announces Masie and Art Camp A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING Group musicol activities including orchestra, band, drum corps, chorus and piano a All forms of painting, sculpture and crafts • • • • • ...,, Fall athUtk program with swimming activities centered at the King Cole North Shore Swimming Pool Highly skilled professional staff Camp Season — June 28 August 20 Five to Thirteen years of age inclusive Limited Nursery Group Registration Now Being Accepted Brochure an rte."t p one 86M11 Normandy Masie & Art Camp 1021 BIARRITZ DRt MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Approved AJonioar Private Schools Awocigfion of Daele County I ;, •



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PAGE 10 B __^ Yeshiva Medical School Cornerstone Ceremony Set, Nathaniel Goldstein Says \F.\v YORK Th will partic.p.. June 13 .ere .v .( the Albert Lin-tern Col: Mfflicine > %  : Vcsa i'••d in America an%  N •!..-:.: Nathaniel I. ( .tional campaign chjr A procepre-idents will highlight the i Each will depo-it a di-cument i ..ting to the history of h:hospital in a time capsule which will be < r.ca-ed in th< c Copies of these Jocumen" : be bound in a .olume for per: >>nt display in a special section : he College of Medicine librarv devKted to the history and BCb mtr.ts of Jeih voloatar] h %  %  Ni ^roup ha* had a rrv>re hormr able and distinguished role than voluntary ho-pitals in the march of medical progress.' declar .d Attorney General Goldstein in oincing cornerstone ore: ..•plans. Their ontnbution t" medical and community health form a id and impre":\e chapter in of American Jewry and • given inspiration and jr own effnn*> ImUt FIrS>***r> Oncers cf Temple Beth Shclcrr. Sisterhood were installed with poetry and song by Rabbi Lecn Kior.ish and Cantor Scmue! Kelemer at a recent luncheon in the Saxony Hotel. Standing ,left to right are the Mesdames Benjamin Sabin. treasurer; Maurice B. Shein. financial secretory. Leon Kronish. chaplain Michael Merscl. corresponding secretary; Samuel Kelemer, social secretary. Samuel Fahck. recording secretary. Seated are the Mesdames Wolfie Cohen vice president Joseph L. Aikin. vice president; Irving B. Kaplan, president; Morris Alpert. v.ce president and Arthur Courshon. vice president. Mrs. Aaron Fan was chairman of the luncheon. Miami Library Schedules Hoillf* for Palsied Grayson Opens Offices DRYWOOD WYtOWTfNT -"' '' v r til TRULYHOIIN 1 ^,. 82-64*1 *'*"' %  SACK-.*] 5-3444 SPOT wiifiL C"u., nrjfl| 5000 't .7M.! P"o- 4.1U) ..-• "* %  'Irl| Delta Chapter Names New Officers Here Is Chapter of B nai B nth installed oCfieen and mem il Jerry'i restaurant la-t week ire Linda Men%  r president. Nancy Freed first president; Ellinor Weiner. ec president Gwta v %  • rding secretary: Sandra u -n-p-inding secretary, and .->.[ .a Epstein, treasurer New members are Judy R*e. >K-l^ne Kravitr. Feiice Freedman Eva Starr B ^KJ I "hen and Moi tkoUu Europe Film Showing Miami Public Librarv '< Magic Carpet" film program will carry its audience t<> Europe on June 10 Mr Miller Fir* NigM ithSeeks NtHben Dade Home for Cerebral Palsy in Pernn. has been certified by the State Department of Public Wei fare aan institution for the care Herman Grayson this week announced the opening of his officefur the general practice of law at 927 Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach tale of ra mjd" couple who of cerebral paWy children, travelled back to Germany to see Mrs Chart** Rexroade. director. it once again In Europe at Your -aid last week that notice of cerWiadow, %  hunt > moon couple tratificatmn had been received from Mlbj b;ifr>>m Sweden through ( < < odnngton. State Welfare cuuntrieincluding Denmark and director France to Italy Springtime in Holland depicts beaut) of Holland at tulip time. and Beautiful Switzerland" dwwl the KSilic Ixauty of that countr> Thee films will be shown at 1 and 8pm in the main library s air •litioned auditorium Fres* tick | et may be obtained at the main library' and branches on Monday. June 7 WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (June 4 • 7) The home is the first non-profit institution for cerebral palsy children in Florida to be licenced. Located at P O Box 1497. Perrine. the home is supported by contributionfrom interested people. A current membership drive is now on. with dues scheduled at S5 per year Life membership is $50 Mrs Kexroade. who has 13 years of experience in the held, said that ininstitution is nun sectarian To Mark Shavuoth Farband. Labor Zionist oranche-. will hold a Shavuoth celebration on Tuesday evening. June 8. 8:30 p.m.. at the Roval Hungarian ntaurant GORDON ROORNH SHEET METAL] 414 S.w. 22a. Ml *•* %  • ro.r roe, nutttd • Sit.Kacio-, „2 ITS SMART TO SI 4M&AJ0 IN fc-. PH. 3-0871 73: E MORNING PPtlDAV SATUHDAV SUNDAY • b0 T-t> • 30 • 45 MONOAV Tod.> 00 i i a I JO 45 I Mu A M 1 00 s s. hw.1 i 10 > 45 Western Launp l i,io f"t tu u %  -.. School MoTl -II rev %  0 00 ll 1! .--. -e x i S|>ace 1' %  %  • = • -• 0C %  %  %  • %  : 'l.nr l.lKhl Ti Ufa Mrnu M..uR*rrli r T AFTERNOON X I '•• x Sen s %  s s. h In of Air %  Patoa •;%  1.-40 I %  i. Ju.i> I W • *6 %  T" .'. J i.ijr M Rabbi l.unriman AnnounrpH Plant* Rabbi Max Landman. spiritual leader of Zamora Jewish Center. thiueek announced that he will official!] aasBna th" duties of Rabbi at Temple Beth El. West Palm Beach on July 1 The Rabbi will not be in West Palm Beach until sometime in August houever He explained here! that he i~ -cheduled to teach I Mhe V.-hiva Torath Chesed. rabbinic seminary in Israel, during its summer tsssioa which concludes on I Augu Rabbi Landmdri'x itinerary will' also include a brief vacation with' hifamily m Houston, Tex before lesriai for [srsel from New York lurin tl ttei part of June PO CTOM RECOMMEND SUGARINE roR DIABETICS. CA'ERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Guaranteed Non Fattening (k %  •aUMtnkto—wHhti *-Ox. 6izs Bottls.. 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wsa% I JUNE 4, 1954 LEGAL NOTIC1 >dox KlabbiH rounril ncement this week was the establishment of the ft/lami Orthodox Rabbini.cil. rganization of local Orthobis has undertaken to decombined efforts to the fning of traditional Juall its forms in Greater •e being studied for the W of religious observance Mice, and for inspired diland supervision over the ling of the cardinal princiIraditional Jewish living in j-e county. iGreater Miami Orthodox kniiu fnr roliaimiK Attorney for Plaintiff jnng house for religious 4i# Un ,.., ln ,,„.,„ %lm|m |; ( SOtDBA JOY ODIIIBICIia. piiiiflJi; 0 BTITART MAVNAKD 11 NKn| :il<;, ORDER OF PUBLICATION''""' TO: STUART MAYNARD 0 !" BERCS e/o Mrs. I. Bchublner %  %  Leslie Boulevard l>etrolt, Michiaan YOU ARK HEREBY NoTIPlPn ttet a Bill of Complaint ,,„ f ,?." % %  has been fifed HKBIIIII are hereby required to of your Answer to the lull LEGAL NOTICE plaint on Plaintiff* the oriKinul Answi rce anil vnu "" 1, a copy i Comattorney .mi rile the Clerk Of ,„,. C.rcuVcour, "„„ Sr before the 2*th day of June 1954 otherwise, the allegation* of -aid Hill of Complain, win be taken a, .'.., f...;" ed against you. Ii.ited thin l!lst day ,.f ||ay |1",4 E It LEATHERMAN,' .. l<,rk ," f '"*' Clrcull Court (Seal I Hy: It. II. RICE, .lit Deputy clerk Council will also serve QBOROE .1 TALIANOFF, Esy and institutions, and as of information and Rablinction to all in need of lion of their religious probnembiTship of the Orthodox cal Council consists of Rabhun April. Aryeh Becker, plescheloff and Shmaryahu sky. "LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .--, — NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that have against the I the undersigned, desloiu; to engage In 1TICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT 10 FOR DADE COUNTY, &A. IN PROBATE, NO. 31524-B KSTATt: I IF BAIIETTE MAYER n/k/a BABKTTK T( "W'NSKND I'KI!. I '• • • l.-ed | .ml All Persons llav|„.. 01 I'emanda Against Sulil %  ml t.i.h ol you, are hereby an.1 !' %  llred to preHent any HII>I demand! which you. or bf you, ay bf HI-I'll RABETTE MAYKR IfTII IIARETTE TOWN8KND deeeaM'il late of l>de Counts*, to the Honorable County nf P...I. County, and file the theli offices In the County Boa i I'oli County, Florida. [fiitlii ealendar months from nf Hi. first publication hereclaims or demands to roni legal nddreai of the claimant awn n (.. and presented i.s lid. or -.i IM< will be barred. i Ma> :-. \ D. 19J4. EVERETT A. MAYKR. BJ Administrator of the ; KM. iir ..I P.I'TH BARE'I'TR MAYKR .i k ,i KITH RAIIETTK TOWNSEND MAYKR, 1 He — M l). (.Kit A n \l:s |.v lor Kv.nit A. Mayer t/tt — 5/4-11-18 Fla, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VE.N thai the undersigned, dealrlna, to enftase In ?S. H i ne '"' nil, i Ihe fictitious n PHOSH.TIONAI, I'RODI'c "IS in ,, 2640 B.W. nth Lane, Miami, Florida Intend.to registei Raid nun., with the •lerk of the Circuit Couit of Uade i aunt), him -Ida. BTYLANEZE, INC., a Florida corporation BALLOT, sil.VKit MI I,I,,,I Attorney! for Btylanese, inc Tnl I'MIIKI,... Illd., Miami, l-'l.i. 5/2H — r,-4-11 iv NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersign.-.!, dealrlna to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of BOI'THWEST LETTER SERVICE. at 2347 Coral Way. Miami, Intend [,, i. K later paid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida CHARLES M FREEF1KLD MARIAN FREEH ELD 5/14-21-2H — 6/4 flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW INK IS HEREBY OIVKN that tbr.-lKn.il, desiring to engage In under die fi< tilloti* name of DUE BAR AND CHILL, at 19(K> !7lli Aw intenil to regiater Maid I with Hi.i-lerk of the Circuit [of Dade County, Florida. SADIE GOLDSTEIN KHW Mtl> OAVIS LEIt \. QAR8 >> ("i \|i|illua*nta Flagler si Hi.I in |„ |RTlFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION THE NAME AND BY THE IUTH0RITY OF THE 8TATE OF FLORIDA lid. ; T n WIIII.M THESE I'l'.KS1 SHALL i ii.ME. OIIEI-JTINGS: • %  EIRTEL, 1%< Ml \Ml REACH, FLORIDA "AN E KOHEN. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA WIHTZER, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA d* of May, A.l. 1952. orporatW under the hapter 60S. Florida BtnM|IjKAN I-ROPERTIES, INC.. mi. HI,, n, W |,|, |, 8 principal place Miami Reach. I •: %  !.in the State of Florida, and Hie •'• kholilera of aueh curdid on the 27th day of May, cauae to be filed In the ofi nf w ^'.'-''''y •>' Mtate of the Ituual ,l "' ;1 (, ""nt of all the ',?."" %  '• under the provHInna of [Ctaptet 608 Florida Statute*. the .Involution of auc-h CXirth..|.r.„e, the Secretary of '. V. "" v r* rt "> K' e foreme, ,'"' '" """fl*d that the 555h hMV b ** n com IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I nave hereunto net my hand M have affixed the Oreat • MI of the State of Florida. rallahaee. the Capital. "., Tweniv.Seventh day !" y. AD. JM, A. CRAY Secretary of Htate. buvlneaM under the ftctitlou! name TWIN CITY BUILDERS, at I5JI I'ost Ave.. Miami Reach, Ha.. Intend.to renlBter aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LEONARD BCHIFF, Sole owner MYERS, HE1MAN and KAPLAN Attorne\. for Applicant 650 Sevbold HI.IK 5/21-2S — 6/4-11 PAGE 11 B ss^ss 5 WBK^" a TO :An^o,?T','TV?, UCATION 44 Btut 141 Btreet Bronx, New fork ^ne,:,;::':; /•;;;.,-•;;;.-. <* ounty, Florida, and commanded to l. DA. IN RE thai Circuit and appea < oiiri, Ii.o |,. i',,,,, lU "" i h ythdai.,(.i,„„, ...,• 0BUBB Why Maid Petltl granted: otherwlae d III said he taken a "ONE ANI Dade < Fulco, mtn Office of the '"'in. in Dadi re hereby S.I id Florida, 10 show n should not be the mattera alleaPBtltljn for Adoption shall ed bj you. ORDERED in Miami LEGAL NOTICE ..i May, 'IT,: F ''"• u,is 6,h **i >':. B. LEATHERMAN, 1 lerk, i 'ii. nit Court By W.\l w. STOCKING, ,.,,,,,. .„.. Deputi i'lerk N "' '• %  "' %  notice iriled In ... ', ""with Chapter 72, Section l ; Florida Statute!, t5j HENRY M CAIN. Atty. BIS W-n^BrW.. M i, l-lorida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v.„_. NAME LAW in T I rK l s HBRBBY OIVEN that the underpinned, dealrlng to engace In •r'i'iL'"o S ,H l ?.' 1< r lhe "ctltlou! name of THE S.IUTHWESTER. c/o Bouthweat i'oVi H"? 1 '-'. 2347 Coral Way, Mi?i"'• nt V n 1 '" regiater said name with he ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES M. FREEFIEI.D V'14-21-28 i'^' AN PKKK K '''* 'J*. JM\. C,RC, JIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169068 V"!M\!?,' : T M BTOLL. plaintiff vs. ALBERT E. STCI.L, defendant. ltl .ALBERT E. STCLL, are here'•> %  notified to flip your defensive pleading! to this suit with this Court's lerk, and service a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, ARTHUR (1. Vo" 11 1 !;!'' ? M N K 2nd Avenue. JJlaml, Florida; on or berore June i. IW4, else the Comjilalnt will be taken as confessed liv you. Dated; Ma) l:'. 1954 i: B LEATHERMAN, clerk of the 1 n. on Court (Court Beal) By M. C. QREEN, Deputy Clerk. i 14-H-ll —6/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ _, NAME LAW MiTIi'I|> HEREBY OIVEN that the understood, dealrlng to engage In ,',","I.,''':;. ni1 "' "'" n'tltloui name of J !.,," N ." '• COMPANY (Not Inc ., at all i alais Drive, Miami Beach, I lorlda, intends to regiater aald n, with the i lerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade County, Florida BERNARD RODIN8 „ .,. I'n-sid. nt in,I Sol,(iwner ".I'.OROE J. TALIANOFF, EBQ Attorney for Petitioner i 14-11-28 i, i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY 0D7EN that the undersigned, dealrlna to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINER-TYI'KR SERVICE, at W N.E. 13th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. ,,, „ JKSS & RBBE43CA BERNIE •CI4-21-2X — | i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that the understand, desii IHK^O enKaKe in business under tin fictitious name of THE HOFKRAI' BAR & RESTAURANT, at 172 Olralda Ave, Coral Oables, intends to reKlster saul natae with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HENRY MARTINELLI, Owner KESSLER It (JARS Attorneys for Applicant 17M W. Flagler St. i/14-21-28 — 6/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169217 CARL It. HERN DON. JR.. Plaintiff, VS. DOROTHY PACI.INE HERN DON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DOROTHY PAULINE HERNDON; Address unknown. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a cop> of \-.ur Answ.i in Ihe Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed herein, on plaintiff's attorney, KICIIARD KRIEGER I INK. 112 Congress Rldg Miami, Florida, and to file the original in the office of the Clerk of the above Cour( on or before the lth day or June, 1164; otherwise a default will t.e entered aanlnst you. DATED: this 1Mb dai of May, 1954. K. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk "l 'he Circuit Court By M. W PARTENIIELMER, Deputy Clerk K/Sl-:8 — 6/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT l-^.*.*. 0 F0R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32792-B In Re; ESTATE OF ROBE WEIN8TEIN, Deceased To All Credltori and All Persons HavIng claims or Demands Aaainst Said Estate: foil, and e.n-h of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or cither of you, maj have against the estate ..f ROSE WEIN8TBIN, tied, late of Had.County, Florida, t.. the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices ill the Cotinly Coin (house in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims ..r demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same ni be barred Date Mac 17. A.D. 1154. MORRIS WE1NSTEIN As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of ROSE WEINSTEIN. Deceased TCRK & NEWMAN Attorneys for Executor 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. :, 21-28 — 6/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 169496 ELEANOR L. FIELMAN, Plaintiff, vs. ALVIN .1 FIELMAN, Defendant. TO: ALVIN .1. FIELMAN ."."i Park Terrace East New York, NY You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint tor Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, nml to file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th dav of June, A.D., 1964; otherwise, the Bill Of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed Inrein, will he taken as confessed by you. Di I at Miami, Florida, this the 2.1 dav of May. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, 1 wide County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCK I NO. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN 1022 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida 5/28 — 6/4-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32875-B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES .1. FISHMAN a/k/a CHARLES FISHMAN a/k/a C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a CHARLES JACK i ISIIMAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CHARLES J. FISHMAN, deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same ifi their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the fust publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date Mai 81. A.D. 1964. NORMA P. R1EQEL JOSEPH S. FISHMAN As Co-Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES J. FISHMAN. Deceased. MAI.VIN ENOI.ANDER Attorney for Co-Executors •'./4-11-1S-2., I*M, Ihl Bf It L) "Tic OASCV^ EDGE'S COURT U *DE COUNTY. FLORIDA JgTAT^o.f*-* riCEo^iliVe 1 l: ""•*aned APPi ir^, T e. ENT,ON TO MAKE r?,Il N FOR F'NAL DISCHARGE 1 >> given that I have %  cport and petition for • as Administrator of x '' HOI.AS KOZIMt. de_. hit t J'i 1 n ,nr soth cl g^ymm sssv 'ounty. Ploi ni.,. f,,r 1 final reiiort and for Administrator of 1 NICHOLAS Ko/.lli, "th day ,,f May, 1,-4 ["" %  > f..; TV :N K,t(: LUiunhl u As for Applicant 1782 W Flagler St. S/28 — 6/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S HEREBY OIVEN t xii 1 r, ir iir.in"" the undersigned, desiring „ %  ..^.Ke business under the fictitious name of NOTICE the ACE "MOVING WMVANY; MM ft w ,,„, Aw,,,,.-. Miami, n ends to register sai.l name wiih the ITarK 01 ,h" circuit Court ol Dad. < ounty. 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PAGE 12 B +JeistncrkJkn_ JJffiAY State Rabbis Elect Rabbi Skop to Head Association; 1955 Meeting Set tor Gabies Rabbi MornA Shaft spiritual Orlaadi Rabbi Hear) er ol the Curd! liable* Jewish ami: an.! Rabbi J oepfl Ash, S r. HJelected president of the tssodatioa <>i Ftorida Rabbis, after %  r\mg the association J> secretary :>ir ten years, at the recent annual conference held in Lakalwd, Ftorida Rabbi Skop ia graduate <>f the with Institute of Religion, headed by the late Dr Stephen S \\ : Ohio State Universit) He did .raduate work in interracial -tu dt Harvard L'niventt) and u.iformerljf president of the Central | Florida Zionist District and B'nai B'nth while serving for 12 years in Orlando as Rabbi ol i .n-regaOhev Shalom. Rabbi Skop came to Coral Cables :n 1948. to a membership of 2T umilics The Coral Cables Jewish %  enter now member* over 500 families, including a religious school o( over 500 boys and girls and daily Hebrew school of over 125 pupils Dr Jacob H Kaplan. Dean of Florida Rabbis, was made life hon; oral? president at a standing vote of acclamation. Other officers include Rabbi Alexander Gelberman. • il Lakeland: Rabbi Samuel Lerer llollvwood. Rabbi David TTillHnri sot a Resolutions were patted dealing with tenure for Rabbis after five >..>iif s.r\:ee to congregations, urtt tag of toraadb into public %  ehooli of le c t a rtoa rtehjtoti teach ing and observance <>( set h >li 1..' • .; i assembly pn< whih belong In church-rather than public schools, expansion of j work and service Of the Bureau of Jewish Bstaeattea to smaller com| mumt.fs m the state and the importance of community investigation !of new congregations before Rabbis are hired b] laymen It was %  too announced tha' I'lor ida now has 32 Rabbinical teeta, with 34 communities having tj ta> gogue buildings Two communities. Sebring. and Sanford. have build ings but no Rabbis The 1955 con vention will be held in Coral Ca bles. when the Coral Cables Jewish Center will act as hosts next May \ i Graduation exercises held at Beth David Hebrew School took place Sunday. L*t (back row' are Stanley Goldstein. Judy Weldon. Martin Bialow and Mr. Louis Gads er. Front row are Jerome B. Gordon, director. Richard Kosch. Ellen Bolkei, Sandra and Rabbi Max Shapiro. All passed entrance examinations for Hebrew High Religious School Has Final Assembly Here Dr. Herman R Mtchlowitr. chairman of the Religious School of Temple EmanuLi, announced that the eloatag iissembiy of the Reli gioui School took place on Sunday. May 30. in the main synagogue at 10 30 am Certificates for scholarship and attendance were presented by Rabbi Irving Lehman and Dr. Mechlowitz. Also participating in the program were Mrs. Irving Cypen. president of the Sisterhood and Mrs Benjamin Greene, president of the PTA. Greetings were be extended by Saul Rabin, educational director. Voting by the children determined the exact distribution of the school's Keren Ami or Junior Federation funds to various Jewish agencies. Representatives of the agencies attended the assembly to accept the contributions. The class having the best record of Keren Ami contributions I throughout the school 1 I given a banner. 1 Spaet to Speak Weekly luncheon ami Beach B'nai B'ntil be held on Tuesday.* p.m at the Riu Plan I Han.1.1 B Spaet. Vice 1 ami Beach, will be j T fobki tUrrii ikap Supreme Court Decision Hits Segregation Continued from Page 1 B :^gle against the sinister of <'ommuni-m. the ruling ute.s a living proof that op porturities for progress and expanding freedom can be pr within the framework of democracy." The ruling does not end segregation at once Further hearings wen set for this.fall to decide how and when to end the practice of segregation A lengthy delay i> likely before the decision is carried out. according to observers here For years. 17 southern and "bor der" states have imposed segregation on approximately two-thirds of the nation's Negroes. Officials of some states already are on record as saying they will close the schools rather than permit them to be operated with Negro and White pupils in the same classrooms. In its decision, the high court -•truck down the long standing "separate but equal' doctrine first laid down by the Supreme Court in 1896, when it maintained that segregation is all right if equal facilities are made available for Negroes and Whites. Rich or Mot... IT'S NICE TO HAVE MONEY Start Now. OPEN YOUR INSURED CHASE SAVINGS ACCOUNT ON OR BEFORE THE TH "W Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 Whether you've "got it made"... or work from nine to five making it... it's wise to put some money away for a "rainy day." Each Chase savings account is insured to $10,000. Two persons with individual accounts and a joint account have insurance to $30,000. And your savings earn 3% dividends, compounded semi annually. 10 Or THIS MONTH... EARN DIVIDENDS OF ms FROM THE Chase IWt'ml Savings TWENTY YEARS OF LEADERSHIP 1 a*


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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PRICE: TEN CENTS
Supreme Court Justice Louis B^nd,!, nr^. g^,
Wref ap Evidence Hit Sharply
By MILTON FRIEDMAN __ *"'
kne Kupfer, one of the few women to receive the highest
id of the French underground resistance forces, weeps
i joy as she is reunited by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
lety with her brother, Siegfried, of New York, whom she
] not seen for more than 21 years. Survivor of two con-
fection camps in France, the 46-year-old heroine escaped
1942 to join the Maguis.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON-The thinking
of Louis D. Brandeis. late Justice
of the Supreme Court, has rein-
forced defenders of civil liberties
who are battling an Administra-
tion attempt to legalize telephone
wiretapping by Federal police.
The words of Brandeis were
quoted on the Senate floor after
President Eisenhower and Attor-
ney General Herbert Brownell,
Jr.. recommended laws authoriz-
ing nation-wide wiretapping in
the investigation of activities
broadly defined as interfering
with national security. Brownell
alto urged changes in statutes
which now prohibit introduction
in Federal courts of evidence ob-
tained by wiretapping.
Brandeis' view was expressed
many years ago but it is consid-
ered by many to be even more
timely today. "The evil incident
to invasion of privacy of the tele-
phone." said Brandeis, "is far
greater than that involved with
tampering with the mails. When-
ever a telephone line is tapped,
the privacy of the persons at both
ends of the line is invaded and
all conversations between them
upon any subject, although prop-
er, confidential, and privileged,
may be overheard. Moreover, the
tapping of one man's telephone
line involves the tapping of the
telephone of every other person
whom he may call or who may
call him."
Jewish organizations are close-
ly observing developments, mind-
ful of the fact that threats to the
dignity of the individual often
place Jews in greater jeopardy
than others. Many other Amer-
icans, including a considerable
number of members of Congress,
are shocked by the very idea of
tapping private conversations.
Sen. Wayne Morse, Oregon In-
dependent, told the Senate he
had no doubt that all telephones
in Russia are tapped. He said that
"in Nazi Germany the people be-
came so fearful of the telephone
as an instrument that many Ger-
many families wrapped their
telephones in blankets because
they were fearful that even when
the receiver was down the Ges-
tapo could tap their conversa-
tions. Such things happen when
fear takes over people."
The Senator said "the FBI and
Continued on Pag* 3 A
|.S. Congress Asked to Condemn
Arrest of Zionist Jews in Rumania
SHINGTi'N" (JTA) Rep.
Celler introduced a reso-
| in the II i.j-e of Represents-
his week expressing "abhor
F' (l the treatment by the
fcunist Rumanian Government
1 Jewish people."
I. Celler said some Jewish re
fcs to Rumania from Israel
being brainwashed" ant
ptioned" to act as prosecution
in f > incoming mas?
! of Zionist leaders now im
bed in Rumania. He said he
ht it appropriate that Con-
ladopt the resolution in order
pus world public opinion on
tumanian developments.
s former Rumanian Jewish
meanwhile conducted a
W strike in Tel Aviv this
in a dramatic attempt to
| world attention on the perse-
V leaders in Communist-domi-
1 Rumania
Iht of the banger-strikers were
ordered by physicians to abandon
the strike after four days but the
remaining 42 carried through for
the fifth day. Then, in compliance
with urgent pleas from Josef Sprin
tak, Knesset Speaker, supported by
'Premier Moshe Sharett and other
nember of the government, they
gave up their fast.
Throughout the entire demon-
stration. Government leaders, out-
standing personalities of the coun-
try and Jewish groups throughout
the world expressed their support
of the protest by visiting the strik-
ers or by sending messages of en-
couragement to them.
Premier Sharett, who visited
them and urged them to heed Mr.
Sprinzak's appeal, assured them
that "with your hunger strike you
have expressed spiritual solidarity
with our arrested brethren who
have been placed behind barbed
wire only because of their loyalty
to Zion. News of your hunger
strike has spread to all countries
in any event to those countries
where the news can be made pub-
lic."
Mr. Sharett also expressed the
hope that news of the fast had
reached the imprisoned leaders in
Rumania, adding that if it had it
would encourage them. "We are
fightiny in front and safeguarding
any Jew anywhere in his rights to
a Jewish life, for unbiased courts
and for immigration to Israel," he
continued. "I express the govern-
ment's support for opening the
gates of the prisons in which the
Jewish leaders are and for per-
mitting them to fulfill their desire
to join us here."
Mrs. Rachel Ben-Zvi, Israel's
First Lady, who visited the strik-
ers, told them that "in the Presi-
dent's home as in every home in
Israel there is anxiety over the
fate of the Rumanian Zionists."
She said that she had thought that
the Jewish dead in the world war
pael Cabinet Threatened; Police
Raid is Blamed for Government Crisis
PfSALEM .JTA) Israel
the Possibility this week of
'er Cabinet crisis and the exit
P M'zrachi representatives in
the coalition as a result of a police
raid on the headquarters of the
World Mizrachi Central Committee
in search for evidence bearing on
charges of currency regulation vio-
lations by one of the Mizrachi
leaders.
The raid, which resulted in an
immediate protest to the Cabinet
and to Premier Moshe Sharett,
sought documents involving Israel
Shlomo Rosenberg, Deputy Min-
ister of Welfare.
The newspaper Yedioth Achron-
oth reported that Attorney General
Chaim Cohen was preparing an in-
dictment of Mr. Rosenberg, charg-
ing him with contravening the cur-
rency regulations. Mr. Rosenberg
immediately denied on the Knesset
floor that he had been guilty of
law violations. He demanded that
the Attorney General either bring
a libel action against the paper or
permit him to do so personally
He also offered to waive his Parlia-
ments. The central committee
blasted the police, asserting that if
they had wanted document or ac-
counts, they could have asked for
them and they would have received
them.
"But the posting of guards and
the confiscation of documents of
our highest institutions and the
moral offense of such an action is
Continued on Pgt 4 A
would suffice as a sacrifice for im-
migration, but that apparently fur-
ther sacrifices were needed.
Two of the strikers visited David
Ben-Gurion at Sdeh Boker as a
delegation of the entire group. The
former Premier gave them a letter
for the group which was read aloud
here at a mass meeting called to
support the strikers. Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion. who had been confined to his
bed. expressed regret over his in-
ability to attend the meeting and
protest against the imprisonment
of Jews not only in Rumania but
in other countries as well.
He said that in all these coun-
tries hundreds of Jews had been
arrested "not for crimes" against
the regimes but "becuase they re-
mained loyal to the Jewish nation
and its national redemption.
"Theirs is a sin for which we are
proud and for which we achieved
our state, and which even received
the support of the Soviet Union,"
Mr. Ben-Gurion added. "We shall
not be silenced and we shall let
this be heard by the whole world:
'Don't oppress my people,'" he
stated.
At the conclusion of the fast, the
42 issued the following statement:
"We raise our voices for the re-
lease and subsequent immigration
to Israel of the arrested leaders.
For that we undertook fasting as
a token of our solidarity with our
brethren. Let our strike bring our
deep pains into the open and to
the world and to anybody who still
has humanity and feeling in him.
We are confident that the release
of the arrested Jewish leaders and
permitting them to go to Israel
would not be against the interests
of the regime."
t ooi'j D. Brandeis
. wisdom reviewed
68 Percent
Senator Flanders 'Dubious;9
Flays Resolution He Introduced
mentary immunity to stand trial. ment.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Ralph E. Flanders. Vermont Re-
publican, who introduced the so-
called "Christian Amendment" to
the Constitution on which public
hearings were held this week, has
expressed strong doubt as to the
wisdom of adopting the amend-
calls M
II*. iusi j ^--^
Later, Mr. Rosenberg charged that
he was the victim of a political
plot.
The raid angered Mizrachi ele-
The amendment, which would
grant Federal recognition to the
"authority and law of Jesus
Christ," drew opposition from Jew-
ish and Protestant groups on the
ground that it would violate the
principle of separation of church
and state.
The Senator said this week that
he had introduced the resolution
"by request." "I was dubious my-
self as to the desirability of such
an amendment," he stated, "but I
could see the viewpoint of those
of my constituents who thought
such a reference to the Deity
should be in the Constitution."
DP's Wish to
Remain in
Germany
MUNICH (JTA)Some 86 per-
cent of the 1,200 Jewish DP's at
Foehrenwald the last Jewish DP
camp jn Germany, have indicated a
desire for permanent or temporary
integration into the German econ-
omy, study of the results of a
questionnaire recently sent to the
DP's by the Bavarian Government
revealed this week.
In preparation for the scheduled
closing of the camp early next year,
the Bavarian authorities asked the
DP's how many expect to be able
to leave Germany by that time.
Only 8.5 percent answered affirma-
tively, although both the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and the Ger-
many Government have agreed to
give them transportation assistance
and the JDC will give immigrants
some aid in their new homes.
Thirty-one" percent of the DP's
indicated a desire to remain in Ger-
many permanently. Fifty-five per-
cent asked to remain temporarily
in "the hope that they would be
able to leave later for countries of
their choiceusually the United
States and Canada. Two and one
half percent are chronically ill peo-
ple who will be sent to German
health institutions. Most of the
Jews who decided to remain chose
either Munich or Frankfurt for the
city in which they would like to
settle.


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'wish Community Center as an I appointment
Mrs. Atiltee Sirkia
affiliate.
Under Myers' presidency, the re-
organization process was complet-
ed. "The Board of Directors, under
Mrs. Sirkin's aegis, now looks for-
ward to taking new steps to ful-
fill the purpose for which it was
established by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, namely that of
providing a leisure time program
for the Jewish community of Dade
County." said local officials here
this week in announcing the new
Lisa Ferraday, Charles Korvin Slated
For Spicy Comedy at Biltmore Theater
Lovely Lisa Ferraday and hand- tre." which stars Kay Francis, clos
some Charles Korvin headline Sam
Hirschs next stage presentation.
"(Had Tidings." which opens Tues-
day night. June 8. for a two week
run at the Biltmore Playhouse.
Both Miss Ferraday and Mr.
Korvin have been seen by local
theatre goers through their many
appearances on TV ond the screen.
M Sunday night. June 6. after
breaking all records at the Bilt-
more Playhouse.
Tourney Winners
To Be Honored
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami.
^j3LZiT2T!Z\** "h W* are
planning a combined program to
"I in the leading role on "Studio
One"
Kin Ferraday was born Liza De
Mezey. a Baroness in a small coun-
try of Transylvania in the Balkins.
where her father was an aristocrat
She came to this country in 1949
and got a job as a Conover model.
After a great deal of publicity, the
attractive Baroness went to Holly-
wood where she made several pic-
be held Tuesday, June 8th, at Beth
David Synagogue.
Guest speaker will be Mayor Abe
Aronovitz. of Miami.
The meeting will honor all win-
MH of the B'nai B'rith Debate
Tournaments sponsored by Sholem
1-odge for the past eight years.
Winners were recipients of an all-
"Clad Tidings" is a spicy com
include Robert Shevin.
edy in which Melvyn Douglas ap "',,lr>', ""'' ,l)avul Willing. Rob-
cm in wnich Melvvn Douglas ap ......' "" '"",u "'"""K- >o-
PMrad in New York during the !T Qr*hun.Vni Birger. Marshall
1951 season. Shapo and Flarold Eisner,
Written by Edward Mahley.
Glad Tidings' tells of the predica-
ment facing a globe trotting news-
paperman when a wild oat. sowed
20 years before, turns up to tom-
plicate his coming marriage with
his beautiful and rich boss. On his
birthday, a famous movie actress
appears on the scene.
The current production of "Thea-
Sidney Jacobean to
Ik- Bar Mitzvah
Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs AI
bert Jacobson, 1104 SW 12th ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, June 5th, at Miami Hebrew
.. School and Con
_^giB^ gregation. The
There will be a panel discussion
composed of Jerome Weinkle. Alan
Rente, vitz and Milton Friedman
There will also be musical en-
tertainment.
I'urhl.oti In aids
Made If #>r#
Five pupils of Beth David He-
brew School have been awarded
prizes in recognition of their out-
standing work in their respective
classes.
In the absence of Mrs. Pinchus
Puchkoff, the prizes were pre-
sented by Mrs J. Z. Stadlan to El
len Bolker. Dak Handshu. Jerry
Spector, John Alterman and Joan
Brown.
Saturday. June 5. at 8 p.m priz
es will be presented to six students
plays in the
I chcol band.
Sidney is also
i pupil at Miami
H e brew School
Jocokitm ;,,ul >s an advis-
or in the junior
congregation. He will address the
assemblage and conduct services.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Silverman
and daughter, of New York City,
will arrive for the occasion.
Bar Mitzvah at-
.ends S h e n an-
loah Junior High
School, where he
is a member of of tne Betn Kl Hebrew Academy in
he film club and memry of Mr. Puchkoff.
David Handshu. Gerald Sand.rs
Tarae Lee Chiel. Faith Saal. Son.a
Lux and Loren Shayne will be the
recipients of the prizes for their
excellent scholarship.
These awards have been made
possible by the Cultural Fund in
memory of Pincus Puchkoff. who
left a legacy for this purpose Mr
Puchkoff, an ardent friend of He-
brew culture all his life, was hon-
orary president of the Histadruth
Ivritta. of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Sirkin Named President of GMJCC;
Fills Post Left Vacant by Stanley Myers
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, has been chos-
en tq assume the responsibilities
of president of the agency until the
next annual election, as a result
of the leave of absence granted to
Stanley C. Myers, president, last
week.
Myers request to be relieved
from his post followed his election
to the presidency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
In accepting leadership of
GMJCC at this point, Mrs. Sirkin
brings a long history of center and
community leadership to the job,
She has been president of the Con-
erence of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations during the past year. She
is also a vice president of the
Southern Section of the National
Jewish Welfare Board and served
as chairman of the Arrangements
Committee for the Southern Sec-
tion JWB Conference held in Mi-
ami Beach last year.
A member of the Beach "Y"
Board since its inception, she has
served as chairman of a number of
important Center committees and
has been active in many other com-
munity enterprises. In addition, she
has held numerous top official
posts in Hadassah and other cul-
tural and civic endeavors.
Myers was the first and only
GMJCC president to date in devel-
oping the Center some two and a
half years ago. as a result of an
amalgamation of the former YM
Beach, with the FlaglerGranada
HOLIDAY OBSERVED
Because of the Shavuoth holi-
days, offices and plant of The
Jewish Floridien will be closed
from Sunday, June 6, at sun-
down, to Tuesday, June 0, at sun-
down.
Weissel to Heod
Jewish Center in
Coral Gables
Sam Weissel. of 4620 Granada
blvd Coral Gables, has been elect-
ed president of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center, according to as an-
nouncement this week.
Weissel. a personal friend of the
founder of Coral Gables. George
Merrick. was among the first active
persons in the Jewish community
there.
He has been a volunteer worker
with the Greater Miami Jewish
r ti ration Weissel was also affili-
ated with several government
boards in the City of Coral Gables.
The father of two sons, Buddy
and Roy, he is founder of Sam
Weissel and Sons, builders here.
Other officers named include
Sidney Richman, first vice presi
dent, 737 Paradiso; Nathan Wino-
kur, second vice president, 5520
Maggiore; Sydney Birk, recording
secretary. 930 Alava; Nathan Rood.
corresponding secretary, 845 Cata-
lonia; Milton Russinof, treasurer,
2100 SW 20th st.; and Leo Landis,
1825 SW 21st ave., financial secre-
tary.
Board of Directors include Jay
Cone, Arthur Ettinger. Jack Falk,
Jacques Fink, Maurice Finkelhor,
Israel Freeman, Shirley Goodman,
Abe Hurevitz, David Pullman, Her-
bert Rose. Louis Rudnick, Nathan
Walberg, Naphtali Weidberg, Jer-
ome Weiss and Milton Wasman.
Trustees include M. A. Baskin,
chairman, Charles Adler, Maurice
Corenblum, E. Herman Fisher,
Herbert Gelernter. Joseph Koven,
A. Edgar Miller. Sam Silver, Her-
man Isis, Men's Club president,
Mrs. Jerome Weiss, PTA president,
Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. Sisterhood
president, and Murray Bitter,
Young Adult president.
A dinner installation will be held
at the Algiers Hotel on June 13.
Smm Weisaef
Moses Pallot Dies;
Resident 33 Years
Moses Pallot. 64. of 3516 Alham-
bra circle. Coral Gables, died Sun-
day in a hospital. He was a retired
auto accessory dealer and came
from Springfield, Mass.. 33 years
ago
He was a member of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center and the B'nai
B'rith and was an Elk
Surviving are his wife. Julia two
sons, Wilham L. and Richard, both
of Coral Gables; two daughters
Mrs Muriel Hollander. Miami, and
Mrs. Matilie Goldstein. Bethle-
hem. Pa.; four brothers. Casper and
Jack, both of Miami, and E. Albert
and Louis E. both of Miami Beach
two sisters. Mrs Lillian Schulman
and Mrs. Becky Klein, both of Coral
Gables, and seven grandchildren
Services were held Tuesday in
the Miami Chapel of the Gordon
Mineral Home, with burial in Mt
Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Morris Shop
officiated. p
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Lnel Discussion Set
[t Beach Lodge
panel discussion on "Juvenile
hinquency. Causes and Effects"
|1 feature the monthly meeting
[the Miami Beach Bnai Brith
iiee to be held Wednesday eve-
fg, June 9, 8 p.m., at Hibiscus
1.'
'Wff members jacludt?,. Jfilton
-s of the Dade^W&nry Child
fedance Clinic; Daniel P. Sulli-
k head of the Crime Commission
Greater Miami; Frank Manella,
^tor of Juvenile Division, Sher-
rs Office anc* ^us Jacorjson- for-
L executive director of the Mi-
t Beach YMHA.
Flakier Women Plan
Annual Summer Fete
Women's Group of Flagler-Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center
will hold its second annual sum-
mer jamboree at the Center, 50 NW
51st pi., on Saturday evening, June
19, 9 p.m.
i Mrs. Mickey AnUn,.chairman, an-
lounefethgt this years'aff^ig
evolve around male members and
guests, and all efforts will be made
to pay tribute to the masculine ele-
ment."
Assisting Mrs. Antin are Mrs
Walter Kaye, co-chairman. Mrs'
Robert Raymer, Mrs. Harold Green
and Mrs. Michael Mirell.
JJ^istiflcridf^n
Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary Slates Affairs
Norman Bruce Brown Auxil.ary
N" 174 will meet on Wednesday
evening. June 9, 8 p.m., at ,he te.
Pubhcan Ctab, 1.4; We,t Ktagter
Election of delegates to the De-
Kt'",1 '""v-'ntion slated for tho
The auxiliary will give a party
for patients at the Veterans Hos-
pital ,n (oral Gables on Friday
evening, 7:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, June 16, 730
p.m., the women's organization will
hold a card party to raise funds
for child welfare work, 'the affair
is scheduled for the Home Milk Co
2451 NW 7th ave.
Ronald Alan Friedland, son
Mr. and Mis. Larry Fried-
and, 735 West 40th St.. will
ome Bar Mitzvah Scrtur-
ay, June 5, 10:45 a.m., at
femple Beth Sholom, Rabbi
on Kionish will officiate.
Ronald will enter ninth grade
: Miami Beach High in Sep-
ember and is a student in
eth S h ol o m Religious
chool.
William Malcolm Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Co-
hen, 1800 SW 21st st., will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Friday evening, June 11, at
Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph
Narot will officiate. William
is a seventh grade honor stu-
dent at Shenendoah Junior
High. He also is an honor
award winner at Temple Is-
rael Religious School.
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Israel Cabinet Threatened by Police Raid; Crisis On
Continued from Pag* 1 A
an unforgivable matter," the com-
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Moshe Shapira, Minister for Re-
ligious Affairs and leader of the
Poale Mizraehi, immediately called
on Premier Skarett-to discuss the
development. Dr. Zorach Warbal
tig, Deputy Minister for Religious
Affairs, submitted his resignation
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Friday. June 4. 1954
Sivan 3. 5714
Number 23
Shavuoth oil Siiii..->
Sunday evening, June G, will mark the begin-
ning of the annual observance of Shavuoth. the
Festival of the Weeks.
This celebration reminds us that seven weeks
have passed since Passover, and once again
we spiritually identify ourselves with that per-
iod in Jewish history which intervened between
the Exodus from Egyptian bonduge and the
revelation of the Ten Commandments to Moses
on Mount Sinai.
In the days when the Temple stood in Jeru-
salem, Pentecost as this period has come
to be knownwas the occasion for pilgrimages
to the sanctuary where offerings of the first
fruits of the summer ingathering were made
in gratitude.
Our own time brings to Shavuoth other cus-
toms and meanings. The holiday is marked
by special synagogue services during which
praise is voiced in prayer and song for the
material and moral beauty mankind shares
with nature.
We also experience more concrete and less
symbolic associations with ingathering. Re-
turned to Israel after two thousand years of
exile, many Jews are now, themselves, "in-
gathered," and their first summer fruit harvest
is an actuality.
For Jewry at large, Shavuoth reminds us of
the miahty Hebrew heritage that appeared on
Mount Sinai in the form of the Ten Command-
ments and that has served as a beacon of hope
for man's spiritual needs through thousands of
years of advancing civilization.
Doubled I !$ IriploilI.MV
Jordanian leaders think they have scored a
major victory in withdrawing their complaint
against Israel at the United Nations.
Technically, this means they are no longer
concerned with discussing the Palestine matter
at large.
But they have not fooled Sir Pierson Dixon.
British representative and Security Council
president for the Month 6f May, who declared
that the move "is not in the spirit" of the British-
Jordanian defense pact.
What it all means is that the Arab state, in
the person of Abdul Monem Rifai, Ambassador
to Washington, has withdrawn Jordan's com-
AN ANCIENT
ID ITS
By A. BERG
Jewiih Telegraphic Agency
Shavuoth is one of the most
important holidays on the Jewish
calendar, as important as Passover
and Sukkoth, even if it is only a
two-day rather than an eight-day
festival. For H is "the time of the
giving of our law," the traditional
anniversary of the revelation from
Mount Sinai.
On this holiday, the Decalogue
is read in all synagogues, and Jews
are bidden to remember that it was
on this day that they received their
religious constitution as a nation
from God through Moses, just as
on Passover was issued their Dec-
laration of Independence. While
Passover celebrates Jewish free-
dom, liberation from bondage,
Shavuoth celebrates Jewish law,
the consummation of that freedom,
the spiritual discipline which a
free people must voluntarily as-
sume if it is to survive.
The first, the basic, code of eth-
ics which present-day Western
civilization inherited is recalled on
this holiday of Shavuoth. The read-
ng of the Book of Ruth in the
synagogues on the second day of
the festival, recounting the story
of the Gentile maiden who left her
own people to link her destiny with
the Jews, who married the Israelite
cation, as i, ,hp
on
ge of four or Hvc"wl
the first time to Hew"
where they would be
with a honey-covered
which a Biblical verse ,]
In modern times it ]
Eoer of Braunschwei, |
who in 1831 first held,
tion on Shavuoth. Thou*!
it was bitterly contested |
torn won acceptance not t
Reform congregation*, a|
a number of Conservative,
Orthodox congregation"
United States, Thus the I
of Shavuoth in Americad
life, which had been wa
strengthened somewhat
This year, through
exercises which will be
Shavuoth in Jewish congi
schools throughout the leu
breadth of the land. Anr4
ish youth, and their e!der|
will be reminded again i
great spiritual heritage,!
tage of the Torah. the i
human decency which
first heard on Mount
which came to other
later millenia They wiifl
Boaz and out of whom sprang King; minded of ihi Jewish
s a reminder that Judaism
a narrow, racist religion,



"Shavuoth"-Holiday for Torak and Harvest
hardly joined efforts to make Sen. Flanders
aware of the fact that such an amendment
would fly in the face of the traditional right to
freedom of conscience and religion, when the
Vermont legislator, himself, attacked the move
as basically unAmerican.
It is clear that Sen. Flanders was forced into
presenting his resolution by well-meaning per-
sons who consider the expression of a religious-
moral position on the part of our government
an effective anti-Communist move. But the
Senator, by disavowing the proposal, once dis-
charging his duties as a representative of the
people, showed that he is aware of the higher
significance of the doctrine of separation of
religion and state.
The fact is that many people, humble, God-
fearing and patriotic, could not in good faith
with their private spiritual beliefs recognize
plaint against Israel in the Nahalin incident. the au,hori,y and law of Jesus Christ." Such
The Arabs were previously pressing for investi- an amendmenl would have brought reserva-
gation of this specific border problem to the tvJnS,, iheU Americanism- and Sen. Flanders
exclusion of all other matters -Israel's charge ?one mucn in an intelligent way, to point
relating to the Scorpion massacre, for example ut ll best for our Constitution to remain
By withdrawing the complaint, they are no ZtoZSSZ ^ mM! roUgi0n nd re"
longer liable to the charge^hat they7 are not '"^C^IiB^KS" ,
living up to the conditions of the armistice JP !, J^T "^vised legislation would
agreement under Article XII, which Israel Am- *i J a "_eW group of hyphenated Amen-
bassador Abba Eban invoked months aqo and r from waging war against amoral
-> Communism, could do more to advance its
David,
is not
that it welcomes those of other
faiths who embrace it and give it
their loyalty and devotion, that
Jews are a separate nation with
yet a universal message for all
mankind.
In the Biblical era. Shavuoth was
an agricultural festival, and it was
only in later times that it was di-
vorced from its agricultural set-
ting and given the more sacred
task of celebrating the Sinaitic rev-
elation. In the Bible it is called
"yom Habikkurim." day of the first
fruits, and also "Hag Hakatzir,"
feast of harvest. In Talmudic
times, it was called "Atzereth,"
conclusion, because it marked the
end of the barley harvest. To this
day the agricultural character of
Shavuoth is recalled when houses
and synagogue are decorated on
the holiday with branches of trees,
flowers and various plants and var-
ious dairy dishes are eaten. Bik-
kurim first fruits are offered in Is-
rael today and then sold for the
benefit of the Jewish National
Fund.
The connection of Shavuoth with
Jewish education goes back to
medieval times. But in those days
the holiday served not to celebrate
the end of a course in Jewish edu-
human values justice, j
and humility which thai
day distracted world isul
of taking on if peace is I
stored on this earth.
The festival of Shavuothj
in the summer, is the sea*
nature in the temperate i
the height of its produd
is also the festival which at
ately precedes the seaso: i
ish marriages, -ince no
are permitted during the]
week- in''a en Passover)
uoth except on the one djyj
B'Omer. This year, when i
falls rather late, on the'
June, because of the Jes
year, there will probably I
American Jewish June I
in other years. And all i
almost coincide with the
of high school and n
ations, the commencement!
lions, winch will come ai
weeks later.
The Giving "I the La*. I
Brmation of Jewish youth I
teachings of Judaism, ibl I
ing productivity of su
joys of human marriage. I
sition from adolescence r
hood which college con
signifies what a wealth!
holism, what food fr
around Shavuoth time
Wiretap Eviden<*< Shnrplv Alia
.IiiM .<> llranriVis Opinion is < if
Continued from Pag* 1 A
which demands that any party to the agree-
ment must submit to mutual discussion at any j e resolu,lon 8 sponsors now real-
time and at the reguest of any signatory power. ________________
Sir Pierson pinpointed the issue when he re-
marked that Charles Malik, of Lebanon, as
Arab spokesman will henceforth be able to
worry the Security Council with unofficial com-
plaints against Israel while Jordan continues
Doctors on Strike
The physicians' strike in Israel last week has
mE& J1' l ? l0t f thinkin* We find it
bluntly and "legally" in its refusal to discuss aimcuM ,0 understand the entire concept be-
the Palestine question at large.
As new Security Council president for Ihe
month of June, U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge will do well to take a firm stand in the
matter of Arab trickery, as did his predecessor,
Britain's Sir Pierson.
Ill-Advised Legislation
Republican Sen. Ralph Flanders, of Vermont,
has acted like an astute legislator. The full
story behind his "Christ Law" amendment to
the U.S. Constitution is finally revealed to the
American people, and the Senator emerges as
a man of keen perception and understanding.
Apparently, militant Christian groups ap-
plied pressure on him to have written into the
Constitution of the United States that this gov-
ernment recognizes "the authority and law of
Jesus Christ Savior and Ruler of Nations."
Guarding organizations of our civil liberties
cause, in our own land, the physician is free to
determine his own standard* and to seek to
gam them through the ethical practice of his
profession.
iW.m- !1 moun!f lo is tha< Physician in
Israel fads h.mself in the same position as any
other laborer or professional there. His rela-
honship to his employer is defined by his medi-
an Ped01med ,hrou9h a tate-organized
One good thing in such a program is that no
on thVrT ? ,"dlvi^ua, neecling them. But.
^"It" h,anJ; httl cognizance i, taken _
the doctors highly specialized training and
The strike may show all parties involved ih.
he intellectual although C ?
!T? any?d^ eUe'8' Can not l^peS
I?. ?u?eneral union ot fadwmen and laboT-
ers. This is not snobbim; it opposes reality and
scientific training to think ofcerwb, *
the intelligence agencies, working
within the framework of our Con-
stitution and not outside it, are do-
ing an excellent job of discovering
and destroying enemy activity, a
better job than could be done by
aping the methods of the Commu-
nists." He said he opposed wire-
tapping because he wished to avoid
"feeding the fear that is already
becoming a type of thought control
in America."
Interception of telephone conver-
sations from or to the home is an
intrusion into the home, whether or
not the home itself is physically
entered; its purpose and effect is
to snoop into what goes on in the
home. This, in the opinion of
Morse, flagrantly violates tradition-
al American freedom.
Hebrew scriptures reveal a num-
ber of instances illustrative of a
strong respect for the home as a
place not subject to arbitrary vis-
itation, even on the part oi official
authority. In the story concerning
Achan, Joshua did not send his
messengers to search for and seise
the prohibited articles in Achan's
tent, even after detection, until
Achan had first confessed both his
deed and the place where the arti-
cles were concealed. By Biblical
law a creditor was forbidden to en-
ter hu debtor's house and had to
1 wait outside. A bailiff of the court! "beep
as similarly restrained!
respect for the pnw
home.
"Wiretapping." saidM3-.j
police state method." He i
ized the practice as ptf
"standard equipment of tJ
with the persecution
whose zeal for convKtw- j
his respect for right-
other Senators, pnmWl
crats feel that it *]
sible to authorize wirew
at the same lime P"*H
guards consistent ]
and purpose of the ConsU.J"
suggested that Pridentu
er, who asked for wWg]
fresh his memory abouM"!
protect the privacy
citizens throughout t*
tional history of this grt
lie i. \
in his arguments in tw
Convention. Patrick HeWj
lonvemi"". ,.|
on possible oPP'-;-11.: ...3
officials and said. %
harpies are **J\
who may search, al M *
houses and most s
!'
will the PWPfe*Jfws
think so. you o"1"^
Thusly. said Morse. JJ**
answered BrowneH g"
An estimated 5W" .
side of IW'""^A.B
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^1
JShumer's Troth
former Airman
I by Her Parents
B Thercse Shumer and San-
fofsowiU are engaged. The
betrothal has been an-
H by the bride-elect's par-
fr and Mrs. Oscar Shumer,
1 SW 24th ave.
hfsowiU is the son of Mrs.
fcowrte. 2513 SW 27th ave.,
if late Morris Ofsowitz.
fshumer is a native Miam-
I attended local schools, in-
=^I^fe^^#7.
"~*
Miss fi'een Shuaser
Shenandoah and Miami
[High Schools. She was also
fcnt at the University of Flor-
[two years, where her soror-
Alpha Kpsilon Phi.
present, Miss Shumer is era-
by A IS Morrison & Co.
Mary.
ov.Hi has been a resident
fm re er ten years. He
iraduuti'd Horn Shenandoah
lun.i Senior High School. He
tin I niversity of Miami,
enterin? the I'nited States
brce. in which he served for
in the Alaskan Air
hand
lugh Ihej attended the same
l>. the couple have known
|other only since October, be-
odueed by a mutual friend
dj>> after Mr. Ofsowitz re-
his discharge from service.
larv now planning for a win-
riage
[lor Unveiling
dedication of a monument
memory of the late Morris
lie. Miami Beach, will take
[Sunday. .June 6th at 3:30 p.m.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Lehrman officiating. Mr.
is survived by his wife Re-
|: a sun. Jack, of Miami Beach;
|hree daughters, Mrs. Sally Si-
I of Philadelphia, Mrs. Hen-
Jacobs and Mrs. Rosalie Ar-
lh of Miami Beach; also 6
dim Arrangements are
W of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ompany; friends and rela-
[re asked to attend.
gander Unveiling
dedication oi a monument
/memory of the late Samuel
fnder. formerly of 2244 S.W.
I Terrace, will take place Sun-
I fne 6, 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Try with Rabbi Max Shapiro
, ""8- Mr. Auslander is sur-
.! b>- his wife, Celia; two
pnter..Mrs Evelyn R Schwartz
hi i Solomon, both of
m, also three brothers, two sis-
and four grandchildren. He
'member of the Masonic Or-
[Arrangements are in charge of
T^fi- Miami Monument Com-
,rnds and relatives are
1 attend.
PAGE 5 A
Ossinsky Named President
Louis Ossinsky, of Daytona
Beach, Fla., was installed as dis-
trict president of B'nai B'rith as
the group ended a convention at
Daytona this week. Guest speaker
was Philip M. Klutznick, interna-
n"nau president of the order. B'nai
Bnth leaders passed a resolution
to purchase some $7,500,000 in Is-
rael Bonds during the coming year
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN (hit
lM oiul business under the fictitloux nan. of
[XHT'8 QBOCBRr. at 22:, W Flakier
si.. IntcndH to regimer .said nanu- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Da.de
County, Florida.
HOWARD A. 8AIM iERS
KK.NSI.KTt & OARS
Attorneya for A|>lldaiit
1782 W. Flagier St.
/l-ll-IS-2.,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lip-
ton left for Boston this week
to attend the graduation of
their daughter, Harriet, horn
Walnut Hill, a private school.
Harriet was entered at Wel-
lesly and expects to attend
that school in the fall. She
received her grade and high
school education on Miami
Beach. The Liptons' son, Ron-
ald, now in his second year
at Harvard University, will
also be present at his sister's
graduation.
LEGAL NOTICE
The Bar Mitzvah of Allan
Glaser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Glaser, 1026 Michigan
ave., will take place on Sat-
urday morning, June 5, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate.
Allan is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School and attends the
Religious School of Temple
Emanu-El.
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celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, June 5, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. A
seventh grade student at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School, Steven attends the
Religious School of Temple
Emonu-El.
SFiOARLLr,i:^l^S. CURT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
KOHENBblHl, i-o-nartners, dolnc
iJISSW.,*" 'LAMINQO WEST
w l..\i I, APARTMENTS, Plaintiff*,
N''''',::Kiri,Tl1^i'->'"r"AI- "-'-"'l.nl.
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lit has boon brought against
you in the above entitled cause for
aamaaea in the amount of 1270.00 <<
i nf oontraol arising out of a
written lease, etc., together with
co is. and thai Wrli of Garnishment
has bei n Issued and executed In the
raid cause/and thai a hearing upon
[he .hum in this cauae will he Iihm on
the 12 day of July. ih.-.i, at 2:13 o'clock
p.m., al the 3rd flour of tin- Dado
County Courthouse, Miami, Florida,
and that you are required t.. o* pres-
ent at ihi- hearing al the tlm<- requir-
ed in order to avoid a Judgmenl bs de-
fault agalnMi you
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Dade County, Florida, thla 1st dav of
June, A.D. 1954.
RAYMOND <: NATHAN
Judge, Small Claims Court, in
and for Had.- County, Florida
- LEO SI I KIN Kit
Attorne} >"> Plaintiffs
""I I!......i Building, .Miami. Florida
>; 1-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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liu*ine** under Hie fictitious name of
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mi-'1! CO., at 6sn N.w. nth 81 Mi-
ami, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ihtde
County, Florida.
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LEI i S< ll' H
J/I-11-18-I0
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Jack
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Miss Epstein Weds
Elliot Donald Greene
On May 22, 8 p.m., at Temple
Emanu-El, Miss Shirley Renee Ep-
stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Epstein, 620 83rd st., for-
merly of Philadelphia, Pa., became
the bride of Elliot Donald Green,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Greenblatt, 927 Euclid ave.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed
the double ring candlelight cere-
mony.
Best man was Sherman Greene.
Lona Tannenbaum was maid of
honor. Ushers included Jerome
Blatt. Malvin Epstein, George As-
tel, Richard Ginsburg, Stephen Ep-
stein and Warren Blatt.
Mr. and Mrs. S Epstein, paternal
grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. .la
bog Bass, maternal grandparents,
were among guests of honor.
The bride selected a strapless
floor-length gown of white nylon
net with a silver thread running
through the nylon, bouffant skirt,
fitted bodice tupped by ,i n> Ion net
redingcote and extending into a
chapel-length train. Her French il-
hi-ion shoulder-length veil was at-
tached to a tiara of seed pearl-
The bride received her education
in Philadelphia Mr Greene is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and served four year- ovrr-
Beu in the Marines. Reception iol
I'hclo l.\ A rit
Mrs. filial DmM Grttnt
towed at Temple Emanu-El for
family and friends.
The couple will make their home
in Miami Beach.
Sikhs, (iillis Troth
Revealed; Eleanor
Chooses September
Planning an early September
Mt-dding are Miss Eleanor Sachs
and Sanford L. Gill is
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Barnett Sachs, 123
SW 31st st Her fiance's parents
are Mr. and Mrs J. H Gillis. of
Pittsburgh, and 211 191st st.. Mi-
ami Beach.
Ifln Sachs is a graduate of Mi-
ami High School and is now a so-
phomore at the University of Mi-
ami, where she is majoring in ele-
mentary education.
She is a member of the Future
Teachers of America and was ac-
tive in B'nai B'rith Girls and
Young Judaea Organization.
Mr (iillis attended Duquesne
University in Pittsburgh and re-
ceived his accounting degree from
Doffs Business College there. He
is part owner and advertising man-
ager of the J. H. Gillis Furniture
Co., Coraopolis, I'a.
Miss ftattet Will
Be Married July 1
On July 4. Miss lna Renee Rattet
and Lt. Alexander Clark Breslau
will culminate in marriage a friend-
ship that began during their high
school days.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat H. Rattet, 1622
Pennsylvania ave. who are an-
nouncing the couple's betrothal.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Molasky, Hollywood,
Fla.
Miss Rattet is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, where she
was a member of National Thespi-
ans and National Forensic League.
She attended the University of Mi-
ami and belongs to the Clara
Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai
B'rith.
Lt. Breslau is a graduate of Tech
High, where he was a vice presi-
dent. He is a graduate of Officer
Candidate School at Ft. Benning,
Ga.
The couple's wedding ceremony
is scheduled for the Blue Room of
the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach.
Carol Handclman
Plans Fall Rites
Fall wedding is planned by Carol
Enid Handelman and Kenneth Wel-
eon.
Carol's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Al Handelman, 3410 SW 9th ter.
She graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High School and attended
the University of Miami, where she
became a member of Phi Theta
Delta sorority.
Kenneth is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Welson, Great Neck, N.Y.
A graduate of Great Neck High
School, he has been attending the
University of Miami since his dis-
charge from the Armed Forces in
May. His fraternity is Alpha Ep-
ihftn Pi.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
CpL Leroy F. Meyers is at home
on a week's leave, following his
return from a one-year tour of duty
with the Air Force in Korea. A
radio engineer. Cpl. Meyers former-
ly attended Miami Beach schools.
| The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mey-
er*, 751 West Treasure dr.. Treas-
ure Island, he will be stationed at
Pope Air Force Base in North Caro-
lina, at the conclusion of his leave
here.

Mrs Tillie Schwartz, of 770 83rd
st.. Miami Beach, is at horn/ recup-
erating, following her recent ill-
>< and a long stay in Mount Sinai
HospitaL

Dr. and Mrs. A. Kitzen. of 2230
SW 21st ave., have left for their
vacation at White Plains. New
York.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman,
of 60 SW 52nd ave., have as their
houseguest for several months Mr.
Newman's mother. Mrs. Weissber-
ger, of the Bronx. N.Y. Purpose of
her visit is to greet her new grand-
son. Michael, and granddaughter.
Judy. She is also being entertain-
ed by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph
Ohringer. Brooklyn. N.Y., who is
.. Miami Beach visitor.
Ronnie Kantor, son of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Kantor. 1325 Lenox
a\> Miami Beach, has been award-
ed a music scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami. At a recent honor
assembly, he was presented a
medal by John Coleman, director
of the Beach High band, for be-
ing the most outstanding band mu-
sician of the year.

Mr. an*
Doris' Betrothal Told
By Mrs. Cohen
Planning an early September
wedding are Doris A. Cohen and
Gerald S. Berkell.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mrs. Hannah Cohen and the
late Samuel S. Cohen. 1545 Lenox
ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Cohen is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and is now
attending the University of Mi-
Miis fffanor Sochs
Sirkins Wed in
Home Ceremony
The wedding of Mrs. Esther
Grossman and Mr. Harry Sirkin
was solemnized on Sunday eve-
ning, 5 p.m., at Mr. Sirkin's new-
home. 441 East Rivo Alto dr. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu
El spiritual leader, officiated.
A buffet dinner followed. Only
immediate members of the family
and close friends were in attend-
ance.
Out-of-town guests included new-
lywedded Mrs. Sirkin's children
Mr and Mrs. Irving Kern and sons
Ellis and Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Grossman and Mr. and Mrs.
Elroy Grossman. Long Island. N.Y ,
a well as her nephews and niece
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Brody and Mr.
Martin Brody.
Mr. Sirkin's children in attend-
ance included Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin and sons Dick and Josh, Dr.
and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz and chil-
dren Andy and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Sirkin and son Allen
and Mr. and Mrs Leon Sirkin.
Also among guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, Mr. and
t
*r,.H.,ryK,.Ph0,,,
Mrs. Harry Barman all
nie Greenfield.
Following a visit in 1
the Sirkins will sail Jut]
s> 1 .horte ior anefle
Europe and Israel. OnL
the> will reside at 4fl|
Alto dr.
Beach GMJCC1
: Dance on June 11
A "moonlight barai
been announced as the*
cial event of the
for adults in the Batkj
nity by Mrs. Carl Sum
man. Adult Committal
Branch. Greater Mua]
Community Center.
The dance will take |
day night. June 12. t$\
the Beach Branch, 15X1
sisting Mrs. Susskind mil
stein. Branch Planiajj
chairman, are Mrs.
witz. David Pearl. MawJ
Seymour Gelber and Jackl,
Music will beproviiHj
ing Van.'' and the
prepared a series of
games, and skits
Mill /no Ktntt Katitt
Annual Dance Due
Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter
No. 175, Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold its annual dance in the
Circus Room of the Alcazar Hotel
on Saturday evening, June 5. Pro-
ceeds are for Miami needy famil-
ies. Mrs. Jules M. Friedman is
chairman of the affair.
T*
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KALPH BAftGTEIL 83-8431
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ami. where she is majoring in ele-
mentary education. She is a mem-
ber of Sigma Lambda Phi service
sorority.
*!& Berke >s the son of Mr.
Philip Berkell and the late Flora
Berkel, 1051 NE 153rd ter. North
Miami Beach He is a graduate of
Stetson University Law School
where he was a member of Phi
Alpha Delta Law fraternity and is
presently a practicing attorney on
Miami Beach.
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Lod Names Committee Heads
iheads were this week Harrison, Sunday breakfast; Benja
j the Sisterhood of Mi
, school and Congrega-
ting to Mrs. Robert Sch-
sident.
i the Mesdames Peter
hys and means; Irwin
nbership; Simon April,
bajph Schwarron, par-
publicity; Mollie
min Sokoloff, Bar Mitzvah Kid
dush; Michael Blank, hospitality.
The Mesdames Dave Kleber, vis-
iting sick; William Weintraub, spe-
cial events; Herbert Hutner, tele-
phone; Max Newberger, social sec-
retary; Milton Weiner, flowers;
Berele Keleraer. liaison; and Ben
Sokoloff, refreshments.
Board Approves Aid
To 7.791 in Dade County
Thomas D. Duff, chairman of Dis-
tort No. 9 Welfare Board of the
State Department of Public Wel-
fare, which includes both Dade and
Monroe Counties, said this week
that during the month of May the
Board approved assistance to a
total of 7.791 persons, with a total
expenditure of $370,764.50.
PAGE 7 A
Mrs. Shafkin Again to
Mrs. Louis Shafkin was in-
stalled as president of the Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth Jacob
on Thursday, June 9, for her sec-
ond term of office.
The occasion was a luncheon
at the social hall, 311 Washington
ave.
Taking office on the same slate
were Mrs. Leo Meyer. Mrs. M. B.
Frank, Mrs. Harry Shopiro, Mrs.
Head Sisterhood
Rose Hayes, Mrs. Anna R. Berow,
I Mrs. Pauline Chill and Shirley
1 Berg as vice presidents. Mrs. Eve-
lyn Decky is recording secre-
tary and Mrs. Jack Wucher, treas-
urer.
A musical program rounded
out the afternoon, with Betty Men-
delsohn "s guest vocalist and Olga
Bibor Stern at the piano.
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iMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1954
eeping Paralysis Hits
Security Council Decisions
By ARTHUR LEWIS
iUl Telegraphic Agency
h"ED NATIONSEver since
Cfetj began using the veto in
Palestine dispute, creeping
|sis has cume to grip the Se-
Council functioning. It is
I making a brief recapitulation
|s time of what the primary
of the United Nations has
I or has not done, about the
issue to be brought before it.
the end of March, that great
der of Western civilization.
barles Malik of the Lebanon,
fcrately played into the Com-
: hands by submitting a corn-
about the Nahallin incident
: it would come up when An-
toshinsky was the chairman of
Security Council. With the en-
gement of the Western P*>w-
Jrael filed a counter-complaint
nly listing the Negev bus mas
but other violations of the
|tice agreement by Jordan.
oughout April, Mr. Vishin-
sky's month as chairman, there was 11
f_desultory procedural debate dur i *2W*. as a resuU- >he Coun-
ing which the Western Powers"*-' a 1L '?' adopU'd its agenda. By
tempted to get both complain? the So1,"'."' !" iLebanon and
i mc soviet Lnion) and one absten-
on (Nationalist China), it agreed
en up together K that there awldlfklttS! U0n) and
be a general review of al the 1!v' ,wlT""1 CWB
rael-Jordan troubles A Dh.rit* ".' .^fs,ern piP"sal ,0 consider
role fitted the I^SSS'S^? ST 2?' Was
was the "impartial" chairman while S'X,h meeUl*
urging Dr. Malik to attack Israel
when Israel could not reply be-
cause a non-member state is not in-
vited to the table until the agenda
is adopted.
There was no more than a meet-
ing a week during April, and the
Western delegates did nothing to
Mftrsrssms ysyy ""se,,leM oI
governments had spoken of the ur-1 Now this would hav .^nJ
gency of the situation in P^in, \lttJ2EXmZjgtt
armistice agreements' received
However, it was a brief spar!: of
lifti and soon this body was gripped
with paraly.is again. At that sixth
AUuu6Siful meel">8. Ambassado!
Abba Eban of Israel asked if Jor-
dan had accepted its obligations un-
der Articles 32 and 35 (2) of the
United Nations Charterthose are
the articles under which
a state
where the
had all but broken down.
At the beginning of May, when
an immediate answer in
the affirmativeand it would have
from any normal civilized state.
An inspiring installation luncheon of Miami Beach Chapter,
"na'Bnth Women, was held at the Empress Hotel on May
18. Mrs. Dave Alper, outgoing president, is shown turning
u\ "2 9<3nel 1o *" Helen Anders, newly elected president,
while Mrs. Ben Lebow, chairman, looks on.
Prof. Brodetsky Dead at 66 in
London; Zionist World Mourns
BBS K= If iTittmKS S
son Dixon, took over the chair, the
Security Council suddenly came to
life. There were two meetings in
>reme Court Decision Wipes Out
jregation; Groups in Accord
iSHINGTON (JTA> The Su-
Court last week ruled that
I segregation in public schools
constitutional. Speaking for a
nous court. Chief Justice
I Warren said education must
Trailable to all on an equal
(with regard to race, color or
en read the historic decision
acked hut hushed gallery of
^tors nearly two years after
residents of four states and
District ot Columbia went be-
[the court to challenge the
Bple of segregation.
P'or Jewish groups and local
i community relations organ-
pis issued statements this
hailing the decision of the
Supreme Court banning racial
gallon in schools.
National Community Rela-
Advisory Council, speaking
be American Jewish Congress.
Labor Committee, Jewish
|Veteran- of the U.S., all na
Jewish religious bodies and
local and regional Jewish
[tils throughout the country,
rect *rti*- Supreme Court de-
' holding racial segregation in
juolic schools unconstitutional
ents another major chapter
f history of the growth of true
ft) under law."
h.A"erican Jewish Committee
All Americans should take
fft in the Court's ruling that
are no degrees of limitation
of equality of opportunity based on
differences in race or creed. We
join in expressing the hope that
the transition from segregation to
desegregation will be marked by
the good sense for which the Amer-
ican people are known and by their
peaceable compliance with the
Court's degree."
The American Jewish Congress.
in a separate statement, said: 'The
decision of the Supreme Court can
open a new era in American democ-
racy and reinvigorate the democra-
tic concept everywhere."
The Rabbinical Assembly of
America, at its convention, adopted
a resolution stating: "We recog-
nize in the decision the great and
enduring values of our democratic
tradition and religious heritage.
We look with great hope to the
early implementation of this mag-
nificent decision by all the Amer-
ican people."
Henry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, said in a
statement "The Court's decision
will wipe out the anachronistic
'separate but equal' doctrine that
has been nothing more than a legal
cover for the imposition of second-
class status on millions of Negro
citizens."
Adolph Held, national chairman
of the Jewish Labor Committee, de-
clared: "Coming at a time when the
free world is engaged in a life and
Continued on Po 12 B
is opposed to a peaceful settlement
under any condition
A week later, the Council had a
very short meeting at which the ex-
cuse was that the Governments
needed more time to study this new
procedural issue. The next meeting
of the Council, the following week,
was cancelled because the govern-
ments wanted more time still to
persuade the Hashcmite Kingdom
that it should abide by the normal
rules of international conduct.
It was a somewhat invidious posi-
tion for the British chairman of
the Security Council to be into
have to defer to this satellite, for
the British are the paymasters of
Jordan. Yet there was little else he
could do not only because the
Arabs have the support of the Sov-
iets at the present time but because
the Americans are so afraid of of-
fending them. These are the rea-
sons for the paralysis of the Se-
curity Council in the Palestine dis-
pute.
i
tith06"' ins,aUa,ion ceremonies of North Shore Lodge. B'nai
Pit ont n Rl Mannheimer, president; Judge George E.
LI ,lhe Senior Circuit Court; lack Wilson, treasurer; and
iHum venson- toastmaster. Judge Holt was presented with
nTrv,arian Award a* Hotel Algiers affair. Wilson,
Chicago banker and owner of Wilson Electric Co. and
U8on Finance Co.. oi Gary. Ind.. was presented with a
P'aque in recognition of his service* to B'nai B'rith.
Survey Lists Miami
As Under-Manned
In Two Professions
WASHINGTON. D. CCompar-
ed with the number of employed
persons in other large cities and
metropolitan areas, the Miami area
is under-represented in two profes-
sional and semi-professional job
fields, according to an occupation
reference guide just published by
the national office of the B'nai
B'rith Vocational Service Bureau.
The fields are veterinary medicine
and undertaking.
The new guide shows that there
is only one funeral director in the
Miami area for every 6,250 per-
sons, while the nation as a whole
has one practitioner for every 3,-
700.
Statistics also indicate possibly
more room for veterinarians in the
Miami area, where there is only
one veterinarian to treat the pets
of every 12,500 persons, while the
nation as a whole has one for
every 11.200.
Such fields as accounting, archi-
tecture, chiropractic, law, optome-
trv. pharmacy, professional photo-
graphy, medicine, medical technol-
ogy pinsieal and occupational ther-
apy, insurance and real estate,
however, arc over represented in
Miami in comparison with other
Cltiea and areas.
This area has almost four times
the proportion of real estate agents
and brokers as the rest of the coun-
try three times the ratio of thera-
pists and twice the proportion of
lawyers, architects and medical
technologists.
In two fields, the Miami area
closely parallels the national aver-
age. These are dentistry and osteo-
pathy.
LONDON (JTA) Prof. Selig
Brodetsky, world famed leader of
the Zionist movement and longtime
| spokesman for British Jewry, died
here last week. He was 66. He was
interred in Wiilesden cemetery
here.
The funeral cortege halted for
two moments in front of 77 Great
Russel Street, headquarters of the
World Zionist Organization, where
Prof. Brodetsky had spent so much
of his life working for the Zionist
cause. Funeral services was con-
ducted by Chief Rabbi Israel Bro-
die. Among the many mourners
were Ambassador and Mrs. Eliahu
Elath, representatives of every
major Jewish organization in the
country and countless Jewish and
non-Jewish friends and colleagues.
Among the numerous messages
received by the family since his
death were tributes from Israel
Premier Moshe Sharett, in behalf
I of the Israel Government, leading
I figures of the Jewish Agency and
the Israel Parliament.
Selig Brodetsky, was born in 01-
viopol, Ukraine, and was brought
to England by his family when Tie
was five years old. Educated in
British schools he attended Trir.ity
{.College, Cambridge University on
a scholarship in mathematics, win-
ning high honors in that subject
throughout his college career. He
became interested in the study of
Hebrew and in Zionism during his
student days.
He studied iiis doctorate at Leip-
zig University, returning to Eng-
land in 1941 to lecture in applied
mathematics at Bristol University.
During the first World War he
worked on important scientific war
problems and in 1920 joined the
staff of Leeds University as a lec-
turer. Four years later he was
named Professor of Applied Mathe-
matics, a post created specially for
tii iii
In Leeds, he became president I
of the Leeds Zionist Council, the
post he left when he became a
member of the World Zionist Exe-
cutive in 1928. In 1939 he was nam-
ed president of the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews, a position he
held until 1949.
During this period he spoke out,
as a leader of British Jewry, against
the policy of the Mandatory Gov-
ernmentBritainon Palestine. In
1947 he appealed to all Jewish or-
ganizations to unite in an effort to
secure a solution of the Palestine
problem. At no time did he hesitate
to attack the policies of the British
Government when he felt such crit-
icism was justified.
In 1950 he assumed the presi-
dency of the Board of Governors
of the Hebrew University, but ill
health forced him to relnquish the
post the following years. He had
been active for many years on the
board of the University and had
served as its chairman.
Pttt. Stli, Brorf.fiky
Pioneer Women's Organizations Name
Committee Chairmen; Plan Shavuoth
Plans for three city-wide func-
tions in 1955 were mapped out at
the first meeting of the new ad-
ministration of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women's Or-
ganizations on Tuesday evening, at
936 Pennsylvania ave.
CLUB I
Mrs. Louis Beckerman. president
of Club I, appointed the following
chairmen for the coming year: Mes-
dames Henry Seitlin, Moetzet Ha-
poaloth; Ruth K?tz and Ida Horo-
vitz. JNF; Essie Wilensky, Esther
Yaffee and Betty Shechter, Child
Rescue; Yetta Greetzman and
Sonia Brodes, hospitality; Chavera
Stadlan. cultural; and Lea Notkin,
publicity.
Club I sponsored a traditional
Shevuouth celebration on Thurs-
day evening at the Kneseth Israel.
And on the evening of June 27,
a "Moonlight Cruise" will delight
the members of Club I and their
friends. The boat ride will start at
5 p.m., from Pier 8 in the City
Yacht Basin.
CLUB II
President of Club II, Mrs. Ber-
nard Powell, filled in her chair-
menships with the following ap-
pointments: Mesdames Nat Book-
span. Mollie Witner and Rose
Esther, Moetzet Hapoaloth; Max
Woolfman, I. Cutler and Rose
Dyoung, JNF; Louis Marcus, Rose
Katz and Chavera Atlas, Child Res-
cue; Sophie Krantz, Louise Weiss
and Jacob Tarr, hospitality; Jacob
Cosow and Abraham Shedroff.
membership; Ida Myron, Israel sup-
plies; Joseph Mintzes, Nat Book-
span and Abraham Shedroff, Bonds
for Israel; Mania Shubow, cultur-
al; and Abraham Shedroff, Amer-
ican Affairs and publicity.
Club II will give a party in honor
of Henrietta Sayetta on Saturday
Continued on Pago 4 B


PAGE 2 B_____________________
200 View Normandy
School Exercises
An audience of 200 attended the
annual promotion and graduation
exercises held at the Normandy
School on Friday. Groups ranging
from the nursery school through
the high school graduation class
took part in the program
Nursery school presented the
opening numbers, two ring dances,
Night Time" and "Miss Sue.'' fol-
kHNd by the first graders' song.
"Jimmy Crack Corn The second,
third and fourth grades then inter-
preted their painting, a four by.
twelve foot mural depicting the hi- <
I no highlights of Florida, with
Pat Deenng coordinating discus-
Mon.
Leo Shapiro commented n the I
Florida flag, the state bird and
Aer. Ginger Dunn spoke on the i
Bok Singing Tower, uhile Sheryl I
Ron in'.* theme waa the dre>> of thr
Seminole Indian
Jo Rosen Barry Reiner and Jo'
Ann Fine spoke 09 citrus fru
DC Bay and coconut palm*
The Normandy School Band,
composed of members of the fifth
-ixth. sewnth and euihth grades
then played "The N-rmandy School
Hymn" and "Stars and Stripe- For-
' '
Representing the grade school
graduates, Martin Mechlowitz di-
\t the ( rossoads." and Er-
Porman recited Invictus S<-n
, bool graduates each de
liver' mu with the following;
I *! ( h.rir. of a Goal" by
f;ob-r* Dickstein; "Democracy'' h>
Arler.e CobeO; "The Ba..
Life bj Dene Heisman Develop i
meni of Personality" by Elena
Lustgarlen. The Dim ivetj of Tal
ents" bj Barbara Cole. "The Impor
tance of Education'' by PhyUii Sol
omon: "The Family Unit" b) Nan
Bach r The Citizen of Tomor-
row" t'\ Richard Horowitz
Vocal presentations were offered
J [lent Herman who sang "Pray
r Perfect," Nan Bachler singing
The Jewel Bone." and Phyllis Sol
omon who sang "The Lord's
Prayer "
Headmaster I-eo Huberman con-
cluded the ceremonies with th
awarding of diplomas to graduates i
\kmisincrkMar
Congratulations were offered Morris Marlin by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman when he was elected president of the West Miami
Jewish Center. Left to right are David Dresner past president
and now second vice president; Bernard Supworth. first vice
president Rabbi Waxman. spiritual leader: Marhn; and Al-
exander Foael. immediate past president.
Physicians End Three-Day Strike in
Israel; Seek Better Wages, Conditions
Mangold Named Head
Maxwell J Mangold, hotel man.
hi- week appointed manager
of the Park Terrace Apartments
and stores in Atlantic Beach. Long
Island. New York. Thfcj is for the
-ummer season of 1954. He will re-
sume active management of the
Matanzas Hotel and other Miami
Beach commercial property in the
fall oi 1954
JERUSALEM wide strike of salaried physicians
working for the government and
national institution- ended this
week after three days, but the
striken warned that if a satisfac-
tory agreement were not reached
within ten days they uould call a
longer stoppage.
Meanwhile, union- representing
attorneys and educators employed
by the government or national in-
stitutions on a salary' basis have
...-n demanded increases. Both
union> have threatened strikes if
their demands are not met.
Representatives of the Israel
Medical Association, which called
the doctors strike, told the news-
men that their members were em-
bittered and had decided to keep
up their fight until their demands
were met The doctors.' spokesmen
pointed out that doctors should at
least get as much pay as magis-
trate- The same claim was ad-
vanced by the lawyers union which
noted that the salary of the Attor-
ney General was lower than thai oi
a magistrate.
The striking physicians were em-
ployed by the Ministry of Health,
the Hadassah medical network, the
Joint Distribution Committee's Mal-
Un program, the Histadruth's sick
fund and other institutions
During their stoppage, the Israel
Medical Association maintained
skeleton medical crews in all hospi-
tals and medical centers, but warn-
ed that if no solution were found,
the work stoppage might be tight-
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ened The strike followed the gov-
ernment s refusal to negotiate for
a wage rai-e
Three thousand Israeli physi-
cians in private practice went on a
two-hour sympathy strike in sup-
port of their colleagues.
Meanwhile, first aid stations
were converted into field hospitals
and handle emergency cases. Sur-
geons, supplied by the strikers,
performed emergency operations
in hospitals Ten emergency opera-
tions were performed in Tel Aviv
in one day and the strikers rejected
no call on their services.
The average pay of physicians
after taxes and other deductions
amounts to 240 pounds ($133) a
month The physicians are asking
for these increases: A chief physi-
cian with 25 years' experience. 805
pounds per month instead of 380
pounds: a senior physician. 633
pounds, compared with 337 pounds:
an assistant Dhysician. 464 pounds
instead of 273
The burial societies reported that
"death had taken a holiday" in Tel
Aviv. In this city of more than 201).
000 population, with a normal
death rate of 18 per day. not a
single death was reported during
the second day of the strike. As
one representative of a burial so-
ciety put it: "The Angel of Death
seems to have joined the striking
doctors "
MAX P. F ELD, C.P.A.
mi
ALFRED FINKELSTEIN, C.P.A.
announce fat lormalitn t a partnership at
Certified Public Accountants
fr,m Am 1. 1954
1 1021 S.W. 1st STRICT TEL. 124243
Couple to be Honored
On 50th Anniversary
The Miami Chapter. Cancer and
Tuberculosis Hospital of "the City
of Hope, will hold its final meeting
of the season on June 3. 12:30 p.m..
at the Hotel Tuttle
Mr and Mrs Samuel Glicken
haus will be honored on the cele-
bration of their 50th wedding an-
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^^Ut^rldgaf
ekiel Foresaw Soviet Menace
PAGE 3 B
By David Ben-Aharon
AJP
Lkiel Hi.' prophet, in depict-
fa nc military force to arise
It;,, id "in the end of days"
1 mg the Hebrew Seers
Hoyed the term "Cog" as the
lc of the head of that power
ig" as the title of the
trj
| using these strange names,
' Hebrew root of which ia
j" meaning roof, covering or
^spreading, Ezekiel clearly
L d al a new type of people to
tar on earth, a people which
bid try to cover or spread It-
' over lhe world. That Russia
. the country he foresaw can
adduced from the following
iim'.iii Holds
al Exorcises
|urth annual graduation exer-
sponsored by the Bureau of
kh Education for the- Elemen-
frlebreu schools of Greater Mi-
[were held on Thursday, June
1 p.m.. at the Beth David Au-
rium.
plomas were awarded by
hi M ix Shapiro to graduates of
Btth David Hebrew School, con-
Jig of Martin Bialow, Ellen Bol-
IRichard Kosch. Stanley Gold-
\, Sandra Schreidell and Judy
on. Greetings were extend-
Mrs. Mrtilda H. Ratner, new-
lected president of the Bureau.
lereises featured a narra-
cantata written and directed
L ir- SchwarUuan, executive
Ictor of the Bureau of Jewish
ration, entitled "Rabbi Akibo,
iher." The cantata involved
pecial Junior Choir of Beth
Id conducted by Mrs. Jack Don-
bag, with solos by Irwin Seigel
[Millel Glover, narrative by the
Uating class and film back-
knd in color.
bledicliirian for the class was
prdy Weldon. Thv annual Jacob
Adele Kaplan Scholarship
Mored by the Greater Miami
linical Association was award*
i Ellen Bolker by Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan. The genera) theme of
[exercises emphasized the sig-
fcant role of the Jewish teacher,
lie program was coordinated*
[Herbert Berber, extension di-
or of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
|db. Louis H.-iiiian. past presi-
acted as master of cere-
lit-.
hih points found in Chapters 31
and 39:
l.-Thus hath said the Lord I
ama^in-, thee. O Gog. Princeol
Rosh (Russia). Meschech <\i.
cow), ..ml Thulial fTobolskyi
nd f will cause I hoe ,
orth from the uttermost par-- f
he north ... Thou shal, fa|, U;;
the mountains of Israel." cjo:
2. "After many days thou -halt
fit ordered for service, in the lat-
ter years thou shall come up
against the land (Israel, that is
brought back from the sword (of
Hitler), that is gathered out of
many peoples, against the moun-
tains of Israel, which had been a
continual waste; but it is brought
forth out of the peoples, and they
'dwell safely all of them." 88:
8)
; "Til"'' -ha:t be like a cloud
hvTrrt.the?arth' '""' and all
h> >-....ds and many nation., wilh
g fH'tes, ...,38: dffersL,
,|v""i- Cteh (Indian), and Put
'Arab State); Corner and all his
bands the house of Togarmah
(Mid-East nations) ." (38: 5)
Jeremiih. using the name
Babylon for Kzckids "Gog"
links this "Babylon" ol the future
with the "Hammer" and "Sickle."
the present-day symbols of Rus-
sia:
"Cut off the sower from Baby-
lon and him that handleth the
SICkle ." (1; 16). "How is the
Hammer of all the earth cut asun-
der and broken" (1:23).
Continuation at
llib, 4 u Sehool
Confirmation exercises took
place at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congrsgation on Sunday. May
30, 7:30 p.m. H. M. Drewich will
gave the welcoming address,
Cantor Berele Kelemer render
ed the musical portion of the pro-
gram. Remarks were made by-
William Spier. Address to the con-
firmands was made by Rabbi
Simon April.
Dave Kleber, chairman of the
Board of Education, presented
the confirniamls with confirmation
certificates, Mrs. Robert Schweit-
zer, president of Sisterhood, pre-
sented Bibles. Mrs. Catherine Wer-
ner was the pianist.
The confirmands are Francenr
August. Helene Clein, Melvin
Hecht, Norman Duchon, Franklin
Kreutzer, Larry Coulton. Patricia
Silverman and Norrna Wolfson.
Rabbi Swirsky Slated
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth
El Congregation spiritual leader,
will discuss the festival of Sha-
vuoth on Sunday morning. 10:30
a.m., over station WMIE, according
to Simon Seiden. program director
of the Jewish Forum of the Air.
ramural League
jins Next Month
|econd round of the fifth annual
Softball Intramural League
ducted by the Greater Miami
pi Community Center will be-
next month at Shenandoah
and Orange Bowl Annex, it
announced by Ted Kaplan,
prtnan, Town Branch Physical
cation Committee,
pght teams aie now completing
I first ley ol t;n> tournament,
pnicipating teams include the
Pwing; (oral Gables B'nai
V' < arls (-,,od Market, Miami
pis i Pythias, Roosevelt
; Pythias, Beth David
Flagler Granada
Fn Community Center, Center
i Adult League and Center*
Meyers Are Hosts
Regular meeting of the Dynamic
Psychological Society of Greater
Miami will meet Friday evening 8
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Meyer, 6251 SW 24th st The
program will feature a lecture by
Dr. Sidney Moss, and Herbert Hut-
ner will direct a class in drama-
tics.
o4$l<*p <&*
t
Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz
has been elected vice presi-
dent of the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of
America. He is recording
secretary of Temple Emanu-
El and chairman of the Tem-
ple's Religious School.
3,500 Students in Contest
Hotel Greeters of America, Trop-
ical Charter No. 19 of South Flor-
ida, this week announced the "See
American First" statewide contest
winners, under the direction of
Louis Esloe, region director for the
State of Florida in promoting the
national slogan. This contest was
sponsored throughout the State of
Florida to all public, parochial and
accredi'ed high schools for all 9th
grade students. It is estimated that
at least 3,500 contestants partici-
pated.
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Israel Bond Sales Pass $400,000 Mark
As Jan Peerce Concert is Scheduled
Sales of Israel Bonds have paw the $400,000 mark thi> year in the
Greater Miami area, it was an-
nounced this week by chairman Ja-
cob Sher. who also reported that
the Jan Peerce concert would be
held in the Miami Beach Auditor
lum on Monday. June 28. at 8:30
p.m.
Mure than 40 community organ
izations have already pledged their
.'upport of the concert. Mtatatofl
to which will be through the pur-
chase or sale of Development Is
.-ue. State of Israel Bonds.
Representatives of these organ-
ization.- held their first committee
meeting in the Shelborne Hotel at
a brunch this week and heard Sher.
U well a> Manfred I. Minzer Jr.
city manager of Israel Bonds, ex
plain details of the concert
The auditorium will be divided
into three sections. All purchasers
of a minimum ol $1,000 in the I>e
velopment issue will be seated in
the fir-t orchestra section, purchav
ol SjuO S950. in the second sec-
tion, and purchaser- of $100 $450
in thi balconj
I Ticket.- in the $500 section will
i be given tho-e who -ell a minimum
HI 11,000 in Israel Bonds and bal-
cony -eats to tho-e who .-ell $500
to $950.
These ticket- are free to all pur-
ehastra or ntfwmea of Develop
nnnt Iue Bond-
Jan Peerce is one of the world's
leading, ttaon and a star of the
Metropolitan and San Francisco
Opera Companies.
This season. Mr Peerce is cele-
I brating his 12th anniversary' *s *
I leading tenor with the Metroplitan
\ Opera. He is currently on his 14th
1 consecutive nation wide tour.
; which will include 50 recital ap-
pearances. Last summer, he sang
in opera in South America and
! scored a rousing success as a clas-
sical disc jockey on a New York
station, as well as performing at
Lewissohn Stadium. Robin Hood
Defl. Hollywood Bowl and other
major festivals.
Born in New York City. Mr
Peerce mice il entirely American
train.'! Though hi- neighbors first
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Press. Mrs. Sadie Rosen, Mordeca
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Committee Chairmen; Plan Shavuoth
Continued from Page 1 B
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KADIMAH CHAPTER
In : tion as
. | Mri
erve with her
Mesdamea
MoMset Hap ..loth.
Ri Her and Gertrude Bott,
JNF Bernard Kanter. Child Res-
Bibi Ki-hman. American Af-
fairs; Ida Melt/er and Bea Warner.
M..r\in Copenhagen.
pi* : I > il Zinmsn, due- Mos-
es Meyer and Doeothy Bott. mem-
hip; Jacob Raffel. program: Al
parUamentariaa; sjsd
Blacker publicitv
GOLDA MEYERSON CLUB
The following will work at chair
i i-hip- lor the cnminc year a
Dted bj Mr- Souls Bobbins
-dent of Golds Meynrson Club:
lames Vera / ad Anna
Moetxel II..," sloth; Sophie
nn and Ro-e Gersten, INI
Vi K.ihn. Mmnu Wainer and Rose
Marks, ( hild Rescue: Helen Victor.
member-hip. Ethel Nerove hospi
tality: Ethel Shore, culture R
Mai Israeli
Supplies; and Shirle) Queen. pul>-
n Club will high
hcht it- fir-t meeting with a Slu
vuouth program on Tuesdnj eve
June 8th u p.m., at Cengre-
Bett El
An early -umme: diversion for
thi- club- members and friends
will Ik- a boatrlde on "Yacht 7i
on June 13. at 5 p.m.. from
Pier 8 in the City Yacht Basin
Federation Board of
Governors to Meet
Stanlej C Myers, president of
'hr Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, ha- announced that the first
meeting of Federation- new Board
ol Governors nil] be held on Thurs-
day June 10. 8.15 p.m.. at Tern-
pie Israel ol Miami
The agenda will include consid-
eration ol the Budget Committee
recommendation- (or allocation- to
beneficial;. election ol
Executive Committee and election
of Budget Committee
Jon Peerce
knew him as an alto voice in local
choir-, it wa> with his violin he
worked his way through college.
In later years. Peerce was hailed
by Maestro Arturo Toscanini as
my favorite tenor." In 1949, he
became the first singer in the 73-
year-history of the New York Col-
lege of Music to be accorded the
honor nn Doctorate of Music de
gree
The next meeting of the com
mittee will be held Wednesday.
June 9. in the Ac-demy Hall of
Temple Kmanu-El.
The following representative- of
at ion- have already ac-
p pied to ajrvaj on the committee
William Agranwve, Mr- Joseph
der, Mr- 1 beodore Herman.
Mr- Jack Bernstein, Mr- Harold
H Barney. Herman Binder. Mrs.
Ida Book-pan. Mr and Mr- Manuel
r.ur-ti in, Mr- Moilia Cohen, Mrs
(ieorge M Cohen. Daniel Cra\itt
Mrs. David Dinner. Mrs Reva Ba-
ser, Mr and Mrs Moishie Fried
i>i rg. Mr- Evelyn Oer-tenfeld
Mr Joseph Goldberg. Miss Lil-
lian Goodman. Mrs. Selma Green.
Rev. Isaac Jacobson, Mrs. Eva
Kahn. Mrs. Frieda Kalstein. Mrs
Abe Kansas, Gershon Miller. Milton
Miller, Matilda Moser. Mrs Donald
Murray Mr- Mae Newman. Mrs
Ann Padower. Mrs Harrv Platoff.
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Jewish Cultural
te Held in Germany
IHIM ,.ITA>For the
Unce the downfall of Hit-
, from all parts of West
hnil from West Berlin as-
ert. id .leliherate on ways
of invigorating Jewish
and Jewish education
nv Heretofore, all Ger-
(meetingshad been over-
bj political questions
eriicil principally with
indemnification, relief
nal issues.
British Bank Ordered to
Pay Frozen Arab Funds
London (JTA) Jordan-
art court, the Court of ( ,,
has ordered Barclay1! Bank to pay
6.000 pounds sterling to a Palestine
Arab refugee whose funds were
frozen in a branch of the bank in
Israel under Israeli law. it was re-
ported here from Amman Th el
feet of this decision is to make Bar
clay's Bank and the Ottoman Bank
both British institutions re
sponsible for Arab funds frozen in
their branches in Israel.
Restrictions
ed for Emigrants
Fl'RT iJTA)Residents
h who emigrate to other
',;,> now legally carry
iS350 in non-German cur-
hd S71 m (Jerman marks,
Cnmincid here in pursu-
v,-t Germany's present
[relaxing the tight cur-
bo] regulations,
[Court Convicts Nazis
ence in Israel
BART (JTA)A German
. has used evidence given
Mj court before reaching
tision in a case involving
[charged with complicitly
lurder ol more than 100
[null "i a Na/.i slave la-
,. \ lanov, Poland. The
tial ended in acquittal of
xeticky, a Jewish physi-
|be Nazi camp who Jjad
rged with abetting Nazi
kainst the Jewish prison-
rs International
nee Held in London
ON (JTA) A triennial
di: of the International
Jewish Women opened
delegates from many
including the United
panada. South Africa, Bri-
dia, Australia, Morocco,
nd and Israelin attend-
ed the conference's first
Iras the formal admission
jership of the newly-organ-
lel Council of Jcwiah
dicol Association
Physicians' Strike
fcVIV (JTA)The Israel
Association set June 1 as
|of a new strike of doctors
I on a salary basis by the
pnt and \arious national
s. The Histadrut-spon-
hysicians Council has de-
I oppose the strike call. In-
t council proposed that the
ept the llistadrut's pro-
pt a public commission be
to study the doctors'
[conditions and to rccom-
|l0' increases.
Indonesia Bars Israelis;
Parley Moves to Burma
LONDON (JTA)-a meeting of
the Asian Socialist Bureau opened
in Burma after a last minute
change of venue when the Indone-
sian Government refused to admit
Israeli delegates who were to at-
tend the meeting originallv sched
uled to be held there. The Govern-
ment of Indonesia said thai the 1-
raelis would not be admitted be-
cause Indonesia has not formally
recognized Israel and because Indo-
nesia wanted to avoid ill will in the
Moslem world.
Israelis Fast in Protest
Against Rumanian Arrests
TEL AVIV (JTA)Many thou-
sands of Jews in Israel observed a
day of fast in response to a call by
the Chief Rabbinate to demonstrate
their solidarity with the Zionist
and Jewish communal leaders ar
rested and imprisoned in Rumania.
They joined some 60 former lead
ers of Rumanian Jewry, now in Is-
rael, who began an "unlimited''
hunger strike intended to arouse
the conscience of the world to the
fate of Rumanian Jewish leaders
Ion
wtion Sought of US.
Jordan Water Plan
IJNGTON (JTA) Israel
"dor Ahba Rban and Jacob
l. honorary president of
Wan Jewish Committee,
separately with Henry A.
Assistant Secretary of
, Eban said after the con-
[tnat he sought clarification
ent State Department ex-
endorsitm Arab proposals
juhzat,,,,, of the waters of
nn River, He said he ex-
wael s views on the Arab
"Posals
Conservative Rabbis Assail
1 McCarran-Walter Law
UNIONTOWN, PA. (JTA) The
54th annual convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America,
adopted a resolution here deplor-
ing the racist provisions of the
McCarran-Walter Immigration Law |
and called upon Congress to enact
the Lehman Bill or other legisla-
tion which "better reflects our
democratic and moral aspirations."
The fact that less than 20 persons
have been admitted to the U.S.
since the enactment of the Refugee
Relief Act of 1953 was termed a
"national and international dis-
grace."
Ws, Republicans Urge
' Help Build .srael
JORK ,JIA) Leading
ft"'lor both political par-
fbu? '"rn"'r V'ce Hres'
Z \ BarkU'v a"d Gover-
,7' ""*'> urged the
**!?, to help build a
aei as a major step in
F Peace t the Middle East.
V m m stressing the need
hidk ;'"' '" lsrael worp
"Herbert 11 Ionian. Dem-
m fvmg M. Ives, Republi-
Frank Lloyd Wright to
Design Synagogue
PHILADELPHIA (WNS)Frank
Lloyd Wright, internationally re-
nowned American architect who is
regarded as the founder of modern
architecture, will erect a $750,000
synagogue in Philadelphia, the first
synagogue ever to be constructed
by him. The structure will house
Beth Sholom Congregation and will
be located at York Road and Fox-
Croft Road, Elkins Park. The new
Beth Sholom Synagogue, sketches
for which have already been drawn,
will be in the shape of the biblical
Mount Sinai.
Young Adults to Sail
The Young Adult Group of Tent
pie Emunu-El will sponsor an eve
ning of fun on the sailboat "Tropic
Bird" on Saturday evening, June 5
The boat will depart from Pier 5 in
Miami at 7 p.m. A barbecue dinni r
will be served preceding dancing
and entertainment. Reservations
may be* made with the Religious
School office at Temple Emanu-El,
it was announced by Irving Snerr.
president.
Mrs. Irving Cypen (second from right), newly elected president of the Sisterhood of Temple
lr,1ii u~CeplS,? corsa(3e from Mrs- Joseph A. Berman. outgoing president, at an instal-
Snnuheo,1ield '" ,he Saxo"y Hotel. Looking on are (from left) Mrs. Irving Lehrman. in-
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Jewelry of Hungarian Jews
Found Buried in Germany
MUNICH (JTA)While playing
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some youngsters dug up a rusty
iron strongbox filled to the brim
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rings, gold watches ;ind other valu
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concentration camp guard who had !
been in charge of Hungarian .lews
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Shavuoth Services Start Sunday
The birthday of the Ten Com
mandments will be marked by Jew
-h people in Greater Miami and
throughout the world during their
annual observance of the festival
-.noun as Shavuoth. which this year
begins at sunset on Sunday. June 6.
According to Jewish tradition, the
Commandments containing man-
kind's first set of ethical roles were
made known to the Israelite* by
Mose* just seven weeks after he
:ed them out of Egyptian bondage
The English equivalent. Pent,
.ndicates that fifty days intervene
between Passover, th*" time of lib-
eration, and Shavuoth. the time of
the granting of the Decalogue The
ttrval ls also designated in the
eta of the Bible a* the time of
r inca'henng and the
of the first fruit*
TEMPLE EMANU-EL wOl hold
",ng service* at 5 p m
late r"r:1a>
- -cheduied for 8 30 p m .
ted to Jewish War Veterans
America Commander Frank A
km. of Post No 330 will bring
greetings Rabbi Irvine Lehrman
will officiate and preach on the
c The Quest for Moral Lead-
ers! r Philip Brummer
will render the musical port
iturgv Saturday oriiiin mtv-
ire at 9 a m Annual bacca
laun ice will be <:
the graduating d*-- of Miami
Beach H tins; will
by Irvin Kati, pnnci
I> hrrr.an will
mm
David
- Mr and
become
Mitzval SI .-h
U Tg at 7 p m
ai

I :
pit
TEMPLE ISRAEL will
- at

:
D kfoi -'.'.am
BETH EL CONGREGATION
l i id '. ening at
iturda) Btornini sen
. Shmar-
will officiate and
ich on the topic A Spiritual
\ 'las- ;n Talmud will bo
;. m Mineha is at r> \> m
followed bj Seudoa, when
th'- Kabbi will discuss the Z^.har
iiotli nice* will begiii on
Ing at 7 PJB Monday
and Tuesday wrvieai are at 8 30
am The Rabbi will preach on
lations Vi Revolutions
Tuesday morning services w.ll in
elude Yizkor at 10 am Rabbi Swir
sky will discuss I am Gotag. Home '
.some Day."

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi!
Henry B Wernik. of Tampa, will
be guest spiritual leader. Cantor
Albert Clantz will render the musi
cal portions of the liturgy An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Shevuoth will!
be ushered in Sunday evening at
6:30 p.m Monday and Tuesday
morning services ace at 9 a.m.. with
evening services scheduled to take
place at 630 p.m. Yizkor will be
held on Tuesday morning at 10:30
am.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 6 45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a m.,
when Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will offi-
ciate and preach on the Weekly
Portion. Kiddush will follow Mm
cha is at 6:45 p.m.. followed by
Maariv Shavuoth will be ushered
in Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday morning ser\
are at 9 am Yizkor is scheduled
for the second day of Shavuoth at
10:30 a.m. Rabbi Ever will preach
on both days.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturdav morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am The Bar Mitz
van of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Barasch. will take place
' Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will offi
. date and address the confirmand
Mineha is at 6*5 pm. when the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por
tion Shavuoth will be ushered in
on Sunday evening at 645 p.m
| Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss "War
for Peace during services on Mon-
day morning "Segregation will be
the topic of his sermon on Tuesday
morning Vkkor will follow. Can
tor Aaron Weingarten will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER w'l! h >'A Friday evening serv-
ices at 8 15 p.m Fourteen students
of the confirmation etaas will be
gue-t- h nor Rabbi Morris Skop
will officiate an I itaoil T-rah
Si '."- I '- I
ored include Susie Amber
George Barish. France Elaine,
Brenner Jo Ann Brod-ke> Ah in
: p B.-'-na r Cohen. Ann Kloviu.
Beverly Ft Id - Bette Gerson. Alan Magida Ph> Ills
G Platt. Lillian Rubin and Shirah
Saturday morning services
are at 10 am. Jimmy Koven. -
I Mr and Mrs Joseph Koven. 510
ncia. will become B-r Mttavafe
The Koven* are charter membor-
Of th-- congregation and will be
;-h
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
will h ij evening services
at 6 30 p m Saturday morning serv- ,
9am Rabbi Abraham
Sach- will officiate and speak on
P rtioo Shavuot sari
ill begin Sunday evening at,
in Honda) morning at 9
a m. Rabbi Sachs will speak on the
subject Ruth the Example of Lojr-
Tue*da\ morning at 10 a m .
rial acrvicea will be con-
and Rabbi Sach- subject i
will be Tkkot
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold services Saturday I
at 8 30 am SjUi M-nn^off pre-i
dent .bject
i the Torah "
r.duct a class
I p Mineha is a:
6 15 p rr. She
d .- Host will be Jacob Siegal Sha
- indaj evening
at 7 p m and will b- eelebrati
iaJ service conducted by Can
tor Abraham Scif Monday morning
services wtll Ix- at 8 30 a m Tues
day morning services are at 8 30
a rn Yiakor service win ba
ducted by Cantor Seil
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 45
pm Saturday morning -ervice- are
1 6 SO a m Jeffrey Frelieh,
Mr- Pauline Pn lich, trill become
Bat .Mitzvah. with Rabbi Morton
Halavtky offidatiag Cantor Sam-
uel Salkow will render the musical
!> rtion- of the liturgy Mineha is
at 6 :t0 pm. followed by Shalo-
Seudos Shavuoth will be Ushered
in on Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday morning serv-
ice- are at 8 30 am Rabbi Malav
sky will discuss The Torah We
Accepted" on the first day of the
Festival Yizkor is scheduled for
Tuesday at 10 am The Rabbi will
preach on the topic: "Honor Thv
Father and Thy Mother in Life and
in Death

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6 p.m .
with Rev Rudolf E Brill officiat
ing Services will be held "Saturday
at 9 a.m. Shevuoth sen ice- will be
gin Sunday at 6:30 p.m.. and will
continue Monday at 9 a.m. and 6:30
p.m.. and Tuesday at 9 a.m.. with
Yizkor at 1030am Shavuoth serv
He. will be concluded Tuesday-
evening, when service- will be held
at 6 p.m. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick.
of Tampa, will officiate at both fes
tival days The Bar Mitzvah of
Steven Allen Sonn. son of Mrs. Fay
Boon, took place on Thursday.
June 3. at the Center. A Kiddush in
his honor followed the 7 am serv
ice.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
ing Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.. when Leighton. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Plaskoff, 4716
SW 1-t st will become Bar Miti-
van Rev Heim will chant the musi
cal portions of the liturgy Mineha
i- at 6 30 pm. followed by Shalo*
Seudov with the Piaskoffs serving |
! as hosts Maariv will conclude the [
| Sabbath observance Shavuoth serv i
ices are Monday and Tuesday morn-1
lings at 9 am Re* Heim willj
preach on the topic: -TorahOur I
! Strength and Guide Kiddush will .
follow on Monday, given by Rev I
' Heim and his sister. Mrs B Eisen
berg, in memory of their parents
| brother and two sisters killed in i
1 Germany during this festival Yiz-
kor is on Tuesday morning at 101
a m Topic of the sermon is Why ^
the Story of Ruth on Yizkor Day"'
Evening services are at 6:45 p m .
during both da;.- of Shavuoth
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services '
at 6 30 p m Saturday morning serv-
ice- are at 9 a m Class in Perek !
will be held by F Eisenberg at
5 30 pm Mineha follows at 6:30
p m Daily services are at 7:30 a m .
except for Sundays at 8 am. Daily
evening sen ices are at 6:45 p.m
Shavuoth service* will be on Mon-
day and Tuesday mornings at 91
a m Yizkor is scheduled for Tues-
day at 10:30 a m

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 7
p m Saturdav morning service* are ,
at 8 3d a.m. Rabbi Arie Becker will
officiate Shavuoth will begin on !
with service- on Sunday evening at
7 p.m Monday morning services ,
are scheduled for 8 30 am Rabbi
Becker will discuss The Flower
and the Fruit Evening services
will ho at 7 p m On Tuesday morn-
ing. 8 30 am. Martin. s,,n of Mr
and Mr- Harry Kahn. will become
Bar Mitzvah Yizkor is scheduled '
for 10 30 am The Rabbi will
preach on the topic "An Imitation
of Life Th- Si-terh..d will spon- I
floral offering- and Kiddush
will be given by Mr and Mrs Har-
ry Kahn

NORTH DAOE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fr.day evening serv-
8 15 pm and w;li b<- dedi-
! to children who have studied
in the Center Religion- Sen-ol dur-
ing the past year PTA president I
Mr- Irving .hen will be in charge j
of services Rabbi Rear] OfcoUea
will discuss "The Value of Jewi-h
Education Cantor Maurice NOT
will render th-- rr.u-ical portion- of
the liturgy with Lucille Moon con j
ducting the Centor Choir in a pro-
gram commemorating Sh.ivuoth
Murray Apfelbaum. of the Educa
tion Committee. will present
award- Eilen Kimball. Rocbelk
Wmneker and Myrna Bruce will be
confirmed on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Shavuoth services are slated for
Sunday. 7 pas. Monday and Tues
day services will be at 9 am and
7 p.m.. with Yizkor slated for Tues i
day at 10:15 a.m.
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PAGE 7B
rd Study Brings Her Academic Degree
andolph Shcvach will grad-
,m the University of Ml-
,hc Bachelor of Science
Ln June 7. She is to be gi [diploma cum laude-w.th
Lnd Mrs. Shevach has been
List for a
I of M Deans
,( iwo semesters,
an interesting story^-the surprise
university ot a the gruelling study
lou n"H> a
[women, wile and mother.
L even more interesting
III of the facts about Mrs.
yri. unfolded.
men, Mrs. Shcvach transferred her
credits to the University of Miami
during the summer session of June,
1952, and *fter a lapse of 12 years]
she returned to her academic work!
She regarded proudly her emer-
ald U of M graduation rio^. "Allen
and Eileen bought it for me as a
she explained. "But. oh,
that has goM
and
into this symbol."
There was work until tun
three in the morning, pouring ovei
organic chemistry diagrams "Dr.
d nurse, she received Shevach was constantly at my tide,
training *'nSs ^oumv I offering me guidance, inspiration
in Brooklyn, New York. I and the will to succeed
lly, Mrs Snevach had at-1 But her university studies had
Brooklyn College and New. to be geared to the needs of her
[[ivcrsity. She was married family and could not always !> at-
to .i physician specializing tended first. Mrs. Shevach did not
medicine, and three swerve from her habit of playing
riidi
tnree
r. the couple moved here.
Ihevachs have two children.
Jtooks i- l3'/j. His sister,
[will be 10 years old on June
day alter her mother is
,.,(' -With this energetic
I urs. Shevach explained,
|ttll. much to do at home."
, is already an accomplished
kn He penorma on the piano
fcaphone. At the age of sev-
won the Miami Conserva-
lannnal music awarda sil-
p-and was recently granted
*r rating in a band contest
[the tut-.rship of. Pierre Lit-
an unseen yet significant role in
the school programs of Allen and
Eileen. She had. for example, held
office in the North Beach Klemen-
tarv School PTA an I continued her
activities with the parent teacher
group.
There were also many sessions
during which she and her children
sat over their texts together, dis-
cussing and working out academic
problems.
"This is why much of my own
university study was left until the
very lae hours of the night," Mrs.
Shevach said.
Other duties had to taper off in
L attends North Beach Ele-1 "rder to give way to her principal
l sen..... She is also a piano interests. Mrs Shevach took an ac-
allc-t -tuileiit. "Both are
ht Temple Beth Sholom Re-
il." Mrs. Shevach said.
"much to do at home" of
I around the rear-
|the two children. "And Dr.
Hj's work and communal ac
|\,, till is an important
I i this vigorous regi-
Alhn i.ni Eileen
mu-El Scouts
^k End of Season
Seoul (jb Pack No. 65 of
pie Emanu-B, sponsored by
femple Men's Club, closed its
lilies for the season with a
w served in the patio. Judge
Cypen, cubmaster, presided.
tificates of appreciation were
ded to activi den mothers, and
I Jack Herman, chief den moth-
pas presented with a gift in ap-
pation of her leadership.
Wings were extended by Saul
educational director, and
Irving l.chrman who com-
id the el forts of Cypen.
Pe following awards were made:
/Badge. Daniel Appelrouth and
pen Nadler; Webelos Award,
el1 Herman; Wolf Badge,
Davis, David Gross, Stephen
Warren Bertner. Charles
Michael Hale. Gerald Nash,
Rabin. Jonathan Mangold,
nan Brooks, Robert Redman,
Fd Gretnwald, Stuart Greene
Daniel Appelrouth.
wat Pins, Johill Brown. Stan
[*>'<>*. Itichard Rubin. Stanley
Twcaick and Victor Barsby.
l-Dance Saturday
t'Wii Bnai B'/hh Women will
'swim dance on Saturday eve
l'*pm- at the Blackstone Ho-
TOittee includes the Mesdames
Zei Bdanes, Rubin Bott, Mike
1 *af fee and Murray Han
tivo role in the programs of the
local polio drive, for which she re-
ceived a citation, and she was pre-
viously a Board member of the
Mount Sinai Hospital Ladies' Aux-
iliary.
Federation Calendar
Now Being Published
The ('omnium:> Calendar, issued
to some 250 rganizations and in-
dividuals In Dade County by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will shortly publish its edition lor
the months of June, July and Au-
gust
The calendar, is Issued regularly
by Federation BS B Community serv-
ice to enable local group- to sched-
ule events and functions and to
prevent conflicts in meeting dates.
An information service is main-
tained by Ihe Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation concerning events
of Jewish Interest in the commu-
nity which are registered in the |
calendar.
Organizations have been request-
ad by Federation president Stanley
C. Mvcrs to make free use of these
facilities to prevent conflicts in
planning events during the busy
winter season, as well as during the
rest of the year. Organizations are
asked to submit name, address and
phone number of their newly
elected president and secretaries so
that the mailing list can be re-
vised and brought up to date.
Mrs. Randolph Shevach
Such communal endeavor could
hardly stop completely and simul-
taneously with her return to the
University of Miami two years ago.
"I can not point out strongly
enough how important an inspira-
tion Dr. Shevach was to me through
all of this." the attractive soon-to
he-graduated said. "Without his un-
derstanding, my dream could nev-
er have become a reality."
Mrs. Shevach's future plans in-
volve continuing at the U of M
graduate school. Right now, how-
ever, she is intent on "G-Day." Dr.
Shevach's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Shevach, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who have been houseguests at their
Prairie ave. home all winter long,
will be at commencement exercises
to see their daughter-in-law receive
the BS degree.
other celebration* will also be in
order. In addition to Mrs. Shevach's
commencement and Eileen's birth-
day on June 8, Allen graduates
from Nautilus School on June 4.
and on June 12. the entire family
leases for San Francisco, where
Dr. Shevach will attend a conven-
tion of the American Medical As-
sociation.
Mrs. Shevach will be a delegate
to the auxiliary conclave for the
Dadf
Auxiliary.
Her newly earned degree points j
up for Mrs. Shevach the signifi-
eance Of the University of Miami
Adult F.ducation Division slogan: j
"Learning is not a monopoly of j
youth." While the essence of this
Observation is certainly a great tru-
ism, it fails to catch the spirit and
appearance of charming Mrs. Ran-
dolph Shevach, who is virtually as
youthful as those for whom she
often put aside her studies during
the difficult days when home life
Cuno Cohen Succeeds
Dorothy Bai as Head of
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Miss Cuna Cohen nas been
elected president of Sharet Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Young Adults.
Miss Cohen served formerly as
recording secretary of Phi Delta
Gamma sorority, treasurer of
Sharet BBYA and1 is a past Hillet.
AZA sweetheart.
Other officers named include
Shirley Eichenbaum. first vice
president: Mignon Benson, second
vice president; Sandra Levine,
treasurer: Bebe Salzburg, recording
secretary; Elayne Berzok, corre-
sponding secretary; Anita Gurkey.
sergeant-at-arms; Elaine F'rank,
parliamentarian; Lorraine Kahl-
enbere. Dorothy Bai and Millie
Salzburg. Board members; and
Phyllis Gelbard. counselor.
Installation will take place at
omity Chapter of "the" AM A Ithe Nautilus Hotel on Sunday. June
6. 2 p.m. Miss Edith Fleischer,
president of the Women's Council
of B'nai B'rith. will' be installing
officer.
Guests to attend include Milton
Friedman. B'nai B'rith youth com-
missioner; Jerry Carver, BBYO di-
rector for South Florida; and Jim
Levinon, Greater Miami youth
councelor.
Program for the afternoon will
honor Phyllis Gelhard, outgoing
president, as well as other outgo-
ing officers and chairmen. Miss
and homework seemed at times in Dorothy Bai will be program chair-
conflict, man.
THEY'RE THE SAMEa BEANS
Rabbi Jirk to
tie Ordained
Rabbi Leon Jick will be ordained
in Cincinnati on June 5 at the Ik-
brew Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion.
He is married to the tormer Ju
dilh Saal whose
n o t h er, Mrs.
Mary Saal. lives
,t 624 Michigan
no., Miami
3each.
Rabbi Jick is
he son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris
E. Jick, St. Louis.
V graduate of
Washington I'ni-
.--i sity there In
1947 he W a s
.- ; J*ck i]rc-eii P,, 1
Beta Kappa. He also holds degrees
of Bachelor and Master of Hebrew
trttars.
Rabbi Jick served three years
with the Army Air Force and spent
a year in Israel, where he part cr
paled in the founding of MbbuU
Cosher Haiiv
Rabbi Jick will serve as Amu
tant Rabbi in Temple Israel Bos-
ton. While a student, he served as
spiritual leader of congregations in
Central!.. 111.. Denver. Colo., and
Hamilton, Ohio.
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rJmlstncrkaari
FRIDAY.
Letters To The Editor
ftNEi
Editor
The Jewish Flondian:
here and ri' wcomers to thsi
effectuate i 12 nth > *:"
toymen! I
I am taking the liberty of Mod- BeQn ,,, >tunng en-
ing >cu. enclosed, copy (.1 a let- ,,.rpriM raiae the per-capita m
ter I received recently from Mr eome and cut ,,* M ,
Victor Levine, chairman of the furu), m.,.,)s. in-.; bllitj
Subcommittee for Industrial De- ,,( v.,ing productive indu-'
velopment of the City of Miami improve the production of exictinfl
" It may not be generally known manufacturing facilities; h..
that my efforts, in the past, in the -alutory influence on the reduction
field of planned industrial develop .... have a >t..bilmna effect
ment include a plan in May 1!*50. on the permanence in our popula
whicn became "another Korean ca> tn>n growth
ualty" and. by invitation, one sub Enable more I" of M local er.du-
mitted to the State of Israel, which J!(., ,,, ,lnd empUl%ment here; bal
I visited in 1951. for six months. anct. Ihl. ,.cnomv through dn rat-
The basic, over all Dadc County f(ed payrolls, lesson labor turn-
Plan won the approval of the late over and improve labor relations
Dr. 0 P Hart, when he was execu- stimulate increased productivity by
tive director of the Department of an established incentive plan, in-
Industanal Development and Re fluence lower freignt coat] by pro-
search for the City of Miami, and riding return loads, eoncentraiioi
man\ others, ton numerous to men- on -moke-free manufacturing t
tioa It was publicized on July 29. project the tourist trade, and set an
1953 in The Miami Herald The example in its broad scope for
plan would result in far reaching other parts of Florida
to the entire area, ac-, your early adVfces Will be
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: !. Miami Fub- This 1- ,,f
: irj 1* \k..- tnnoun your lettei 1 I March 30. 1954 On George Krooengold. celebrating
behalf of myself and the other tfcj, 30th year in the travel boata
members of th,. Industrial Develop- |hu u u-,i his first Flor-
Nursery school graduating class of 1954 of the Greater Miami Jewish Community C *
pares to enter elementary school. Graduation ceremonies took place a: (ha
three nursery schools Friday morning. Front row (left to right) are Barry Nason, Arthur"?
Darryl Bhnski. Helene Ramer. Harold Luxenberg and Amy Dann. Second row are I
Deutch. Susan Saracuse. Ricky Lupin. Dene Cornblum. Neil Dillon, Barbara Greene craH
Reich. Third row are Carole Kaye. Paulette Marks. Jeffry Samel, Sherry Amazon, BanJ
goshes. Ian Nadel, Rennee Silver and Joseph Scalco. Howard Gittelson and Joel
are not shown.
Kronenjjold Tour
To Israel Revealed
Th. iei klj Re- IT'"" '"m"""' of th.- < .. | Mi
which summaria n ami. I wish to thank you m-
,., .. ..! ing in obtaining, the cooperation of
Q \.rnanac.
All roll-call votes in both house*
are published in the Weakly R.
- ;ih summaries of all
the Dade County Commission, re-
garding the Industrial Develop-
ment plans, which are now in mo-
tion
A- an individual. I can under-
stand your interest in the future
development of Dade Count) 1
ha\>- taken up your suggestions
with our committee, and they are
indebted to you for vour advice At
the present time, we are following
the -uggested plan of coordinating
the City of Miami and Dade County
in an over all picture a> suggested
by Coanty Commissioner 1 I) Mac-
Vicar
You are to be congratulated for
your efforts after several years of
1 arch and study, and I wish to
Itate that we will cooperate with
. >ou to the fullest extent in obtain-
. Vi Thr"uth 29 ~,;' tog your objective
ol adding to it- reputation u
intr duced and acted on. lob-
> r. i committee actm
and floor debate
1 y Almanac includes all the ma
terial put, the Weekly Re-
port for a year, re-edited and in
dexed for reference The Al-
manac also include- -pecial sec-
tkms entitled II.pw A Bill I- Pass-
(ragaHonal
round for 1952
Elections
24 Convention Groups
Pick Scaroon Manor
an outstanding -ummer resort,
Scaroon Manor. Schroon Lake.
N Y ha- gained stature among so
cial. charity, professional, frater-
nal, political, business and family
organizations as the ideal place to'
hold a convention, managing di-1
rector Joseph Frieber this week re-
marked
Frieber said that his Adirondack
Mountain resort is playing host to
no lev- than 24 convention groups.,
starting on June 1 and extending
through September 19.
Included in the last of organ iza;
tions convening at Scaroon Manor!
this summer are such varied
groups as the Women's Republican I
Club of the State of New York. I
Principal'1 Association of Western .
New York. General Electric Fore- j
mans1 Association. Electronics Di-
vision. N. Y State Independent I
Telephone Association. N. Y. State
Department of Social Welfare Com-
missioners Association. General .
Electric Aeronautics and Marine
Social Club. Adirondack Retail
Lumbermen's Association. Huv
bands and Wives Clubs of America.
Batten Division. Cousins' Clubs of
the Bronx and the Master Magi-
cians of America
Victor Levine.
ida Israel Europe tour The tour
will sail from New York on the
famous French Liner. SS Libcrte,
August 26 The first 21 days will
be spent vitini, France. Belgium.
Holland. Luxemborg and Italy.
The pary w-ill leave from Rome
on September 22 spending 21 days
in Israel. Rosh Hashana in Jeru-
salem. Yom Kippur in Haifa anc
Succoth in Tel Avi\
In addition, there will be a com-
plete program of sightseeing to all
points of interest in Israel, as well
as greetings from officials of the
new state
The group will return to Paris in
time to sail on the SS lie de
France, amvmg back in New York
on October 21-t
Accommodations will be avail-
able in tourist cabin and ftlst fllsm.
and the tour will take 56 days Fur
!k-"Vsi

Jennie Grossinger (center), well known in religious and ]
anthropic circles, presents a $2,000 contribution on behdi
herself and guests of the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel, lo I
Moses Mescheloff (loft), president of the Greater Miami Wsl
National Fund Council, for INF programs in Israel Snl
Prosterman. honorary life president, looks on. A natxMahaj
timonial dinner will be tendered Mrs. Grossinger in the I
ther information may be obtained conjunction with the establishing of a colony in Israel*
at the Kronengold Travel Sen-ice. _' ;_ ... ._____
Chamber of Commerce bldg
named in her honor.
Proceeds From JWV
Dance ior Wheelchair
Coral Gables Post, Jewish War
Veterans, will hold a "Dance for a
Wheelchair' on Saturday. June 5,
8 30 p.m.. at the VFW Hall. 1608
SW 27th ra
Proceeds will be used to pur ,
chase a folding wheelchair The
a heelchair will be donated to a '
worthy charity. Money will also be.
solicited for Jack Bell's Commit
tea of One Thousand to aid Variety I
Children's Hospital.
There will be a band present. |
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JUNE
4. 1954
ioth Services to be Ushered in
iy; Decalogue Festival's Source
nued from P9 6 B
=^iy&^2fz_
I 01
y evening services at
Saturday morning mtv-
iclude ihe Bar Mitzvah
[ Mr and Mrs. Joseph
will sponsor the
lfing Rabbi Max Shapiro
Maurice Mamches will
devuoth services will be
n n Sunday evening.
Em he conducted Monday
day. June 7 and 8, at 9
I offerings will be by par-
. confirmation class. Yiz-
Cohen Rushes
[ion of New Dinner
Cocktail Lounge
. Cohen is rushing con-
| of hi- cocktail lounge ..nd
ouse now that the sand-
-p section of his three-
bmpernik s restaurant at
and Collins ave. is com-
this week said "it is lm-
Ihat I ready my dinner
j meet the tremendous de-
Ihen completed the estab-
| will he one of the most un-
klaurant operations in the
(north side of the building,
i operation the same kind
kor will be held on Tuesday at l
a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss'
"The Final Dedication."
Covenants." Saturday morning
jrvtee. are a, W^mTwlS
I ,nti u' ,Sn f Dr and Mrs
snn ,f m <'"' an" Ronald Alan,
on of Mr. and Mrs La
and will become to MiS2.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
aer the musical portions .of the lit-
PAGE 9 B
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p m. Satur WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
day mornmg services are at 8:30-will hold early Friday eVenH
u r,,Ken.S!',n7' son "' Mr and service, at 6.-30 p.m. Late wS&
Mrs. Albert Jacobson, will become scheduled for 8:30 pm Rabbi
Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April Alfred Waxman will offLn w
will officiate with Cantor Berele Center Choi, assisting under
Kelemer rendering the musical p(ir the direction of Jerome Taft The
tions of the liturgy. Shavuotfa serv-, Oneg Shabbat following will be pro-
TSQan' ouuay and Tue8da> U,k'd by part'nts of confirmands
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi April will dis- who will take part during the serv-
cuss: "The Source ol Life yizkor '<* Mrs. Helen Semmelmacher is
is at 10:30 am on Tuesday. j in charge of refreshments. Satur-
| day morning services are at 9 a m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will c"nducted by Rabbi Waxman. Min-
hold Friday evening services at I wi" ** at 6 P m followed by a
8:15 p.m., devoted to Sabbath and Ilecture on E,hics of the Fathers,
graduation. Diplomas will be Conflrmands assisting Rabbi Wax-
awarded to graduates of the Ele-'____________
mentary School. Rabbi Leon Kro-
r.ish will officiate and speak on:
"Consecration, Graduation and
ConfirmationThe Sacred Jewish
man include Sandra Grant, Kay-
leen Newmark, Rita Semmelmach-
er, Joseph Fogel and William
Klein. Morris S. Marlin, president,
will deliver the charge to confirm-
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
deliver the sermon on the topic:
"The Significance of the Ancient
Priestly Blessing." Mincha is sched-
uled for 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seu-
dos following. Sunday morning
services will be at 8 a.m. Shavuoth
will be ushered in at 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day morning, at 9 a.m., Rabbi Gross
will discuss: "Heights of Sinai."
Yizkor will be on Tuesday morning
at 10:15 p.m., with the Rabbi
preaching on the topic: "Lest We
Forget." Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Isaac Levin to Install
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will hold its annual installation of
officers at a dinner, dance on Sat-
urday. June 19, 7 p.m., at the San '
Hill"" !! ..... r
ich shop which has made Juan restaurant. Sy Hinkes and Gil
Cohen- name famous in
ji| B< ii h food industry. In
tr of tin building, will be
[tail lourge. On the stuth
vet iii be named dinner
lal is pli lined.
operations ar? sepp.rate
I many f the kitchen and
|the seem facilities.
, also reported that while
had many Miami Beach
b his guests in the Mitel
fcdwich shop, much of his
coming from Hollywood.
lained that "the Hollywood
ih D;hIi people have made
Pampernik's their night-
UDUt."
nd your vacation In the
[live Ridoe Mountains
\hv Horowitz
loshvr inn
331 First Avt., W.
Hendersonvillt, NX.
32nd SEASON
cm Stylt by export cooko.
: or phone 9208 for reeerva-
All roomi with private and
feting bathe.
Pi ii Supenrlskm of
Mrs \ Horowlta
imp Sky-Top
'' BOYS AND GIRLS
ROSMAN, NX.
MM NATHAN A. MILLER
mi. IfNft River School
[ 0 LAfAYETTl DRIVE
MIAMI SPRINGS
l- Ft. Days
IM-9704
7-77t
Levine are in change of reserva-
tions.
Camp Umatilla
far BOYS AND GIRLS
lust 4 Hours from Miami
IN A SECTION NEVER TROUBLED
SERIOUSLY BY POLIO I
PHILIP S. CHAITON
Educational Director of North Shore
Jewish Center, Camp Director.
For Further Information
CALL 86-4576
SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Osceola Lake Inn
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA joe Rubin, Owner-Mar.
SPECIAL REDUCED RATESWeekly Throughout June $45 Per Person
SPECIAL FAMILY SEASONAL RATES
New Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool
Jewish.American Cuisine 3 Meals Daily
All Rooms with Shower or Bath.
Shuffleboard. Ping-Pong. Handball, Rowing, Pishing, Golf, Horseback
Riding, Wienie Roasts, etc.
Call or Write: P. 0. Box 764, Hendersonville, N. C.
Phone 9156
MAKE rOW HOME AT THE .
Lenox Manor Hotel
DELICIOUS FOOD PREPARED UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF
MRS. JEAN ROSS
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION TO SPECIAL DIETS DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
Lovely Spacious Grounds with Patio
Air Conditioned Dining Room
a Air Conditioned Rooms if Desired
o Television for Your Entertainment
$30 and up
827 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 5-3531
JOIN YOUR FRIENDS ON THIS SPECIAL TOUR TO
ISRAEL
42 Days France Holy Switzerland
Une.r .-. lo.-Vship of RAM. DAVID MM*Uki\r*~*. fc
LEAVE NEW YORK JULY 7th QUEEN MARY
Apply New to
FIRST NATIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE
2003 HOLLYWOOD BLVD., HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
Phones: Miami 3-2033, Hollywood 2-9021
1-S.
9 HOLE GOLF COURSE
ON PREMISES
9 CHAMPIONSHIP
TENNIS COURTS
8 HANDBALL
COURTS
SCAROON MANOR
HOTFL on 5CHR00NLAKE.NY.
NOW OPEN
H""ed Rooms
FREE GOLF
till June 27
Camp Belle Aire
SPARTA, TENNESSEE
ATOP THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS of TENNESSEE
Healthful, stimulating physical and mental activity in a
pleasant Jewish atmosphere
CAMP ALMOST FULL PLEASE DO NOT WAIT I
SEND IN APPLICATIONS NOW I
EIGHT-WEEK OR FOUR-WEEK CAMPERS ACCEPTED
Owner-Director: Miami Representative:
MRS. BEA KOMISAR MRS. ERNEST CHERNOFF
168 Third Ave., N.
Nashville, Tenn.
1601 S.W. 23rd Ave., Miami
Phone 48-4113
4 \m vi i
The South'* Outstanding
Jewish Camp for Boys A Girl*
A. ?4SRI
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Dlraetor, Winton L. Moell.r. Prfaclpal
Woodward High School. Cincinnati. Ohio
Ask for brochure: Mrs. Jean Arnold, Owitr, ISO
Mtridian Avt., Miami Beach, Ph. 51-836*1 Mrs. A.
A. Ho,dm, 2131 S.W. 21lt St., Ph. 4-5490|
Mrs. Murry Cronman, 1100 S.W. 4tk St., Miami,
Ph. 41-8*20.
HORSEBACK RIDING
WATER SPORTS
PRIVATE LAKE
GOLF TENNIS
OVERNIGHT TRIP!
MODERN CABINS
Dstltr < terse tt
renlsss.

,ve>*' PICTURESQUE
, ipO* ** ACRES
lfP* 1100 It. Mfh h> aoHea-trM AHisaoarai
* Renowned Hotel and 46 enchanting Cottages
* 18 hoi* private GOLF COURSE 3 mile privoto LAKE
* Every land and water sport and activity
* Superb entertainment 2 orchestras
I Famed ANDRON Cuisine Dietary lows --,
y Children's Camp Program under trained counsellor*
tO-nwihlp.Monoj.menf...DAVID S- ANDRON...DAVE IEVINSOM _
. N* Ywk Onlce i
BRETTON HALL HOTEL 2350 Broadway SU 7-3264
r
"\
Tour worries are over when your child can have a full camping
experience ant) be near home as well. Because SIMCHAH is right
here on Miami Beach.
SIMCHAH
AN UNUSUAL JEWISH AMERICAN DAY CAMP
FOR BOYS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS
To be conducted at the Floridian Hotel
540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Applications Now Being Accepted IVrlfO Of Phant 8-57l2 or 56B01
* Pool on Premises
Fishing
Dietary Laws Observed
Israeli Dancing Arts and Crafts
Snorts Hat lunches
Transportation Furm'shea*
DIRECTORS: Mar'rarie Ent, Malcom P. Furman, Gertrude Fallick
and Shushannah Spector
NORMANDY SCHOOL
announces
Masie and Art Camp
A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING .
* Group musicol activities including orchestra, band, drum corps, chorus
and piano.....
a All forms of painting, sculpture and crafts ...,,
* Fall athUtk program with swimming activities centered at the King
Cole North Shore Swimming Pool.....
* Highly skilled professional staff.....
Camp Season June 28 August 20
Five to Thirteen years of age inclusive
Limited Nursery Group -
Registration Now Being Accepted
Brochure an rte."t p"one 86M11
Normandy Masie & Art Camp
1021 BIARRITZ DRt MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Approved AJonioar Private Schools Awocigfion of Daele County

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PAGE 10 B_____________^
Yeshiva Medical School
Cornerstone Ceremony Set,
Nathaniel Goldstein Says
\F.\v York Th<- beach i
hmtarj bospitsJs th
our.tr> will partic.p..
June 13 .ere
.v .( the Albert Lin-tern Col-
: Mfflicine >: Vcsa
' i-
'd in America an-
N
!..-:.: Nathaniel I. (
.tional campaign chjr
A proce- pre-i-
dents will highlight the i
Each will depo-it a di-cument
i ..ting to the history of h:- hospi-
tal in a time capsule which will be
< r.ca-ed in th< c
Copies of these Jocumen"
: be bound in a .olume for per-
: >>nt display in a special section
: he College of Medicine librarv
devKted to the history and BCb
mtr.ts of Jeih voloatar] h

Ni ^roup ha* had a rrv>re hormr
able and distinguished role than
voluntary ho-pitals in the
march of medical progress.' declar
.d Attorney General Goldstein in
oincing cornerstone ore:
..- plans.
Their ontnbution t" medical
and community health form a
id and impre":\e chapter in
. of American Jewry and
given inspiration and
jr own effnn-
------------------------------
*> ImUt FIrS>***r>
.
Oncers cf Temple Beth Shclcrr. Sisterhood were installed with poetry and song by Rabbi
Lecn Kior.ish and Cantor Scmue! Kelemer at a recent luncheon in the Saxony Hotel. Stand-
ing ,left to right are the Mesdames Benjamin Sabin. treasurer; Maurice B. Shein. financial sec-
retory. Leon Kronish. chaplain Michael Merscl. corresponding secretary; Samuel Kelemer,
social secretary. Samuel Fahck. recording secretary. Seated are the Mesdames Wolfie Co-
hen vice president Joseph L. Aikin. vice president; Irving B. Kaplan, president; Morris Alpert.
v.ce president and Arthur Courshon. vice president. Mrs. Aaron Fan was chairman of the
luncheon.
Miami Library Schedules Hoillf* for Palsied Grayson Opens Offices
DRYWOOD
WYtOWTfNT
-"' '' vr til
TRULYHOIIN
1 ^,.
82-64*1
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5-3444
spot wiifiL
C"u., nrjfl|
5000 't .7m.!
P"o- 4.1U) ..- "*!
'Irl|
Delta Chapter Names
New Officers Here
Is Chapter of B nai B nth
- installed oCfieen and mem
il Jerry'i restaurant la-t week
ire Linda Men-
r president. Nancy Freed first
president; Ellinor Weiner. ec
president Gwta v'
rding secretary: Sandra u
-n-p-inding secretary, and
.->.[ .a Epstein, treasurer
New members are Judy R*e.
>K-l^ne Kravitr. Feiice Freedman
Eva Starr B ^Kj I "hen and Mo-
i tkoUu
Europe Film Showing
Miami Public Librarv '< Magic
Carpet" film program will carry
its audience t<> Europe on June 10
Mr Miller Fir* NigM i- th-
Seeks NtHben
Dade Home for Cerebral Palsy in
Pernn. has been certified by the
State Department of Public Wei
fare a- an institution for the care
Herman Grayson this week an-
nounced the opening of his office-
fur the general practice of law at
927 Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach
tale of ra mjd" couple who of cerebral paWy children,
travelled back to Germany to see Mrs Chart** Rexroade. director.
it once again In Europe at Your -aid last week that notice of cer-
Wiadow, hunt > moon couple tra- tificatmn had been received from
Ml- bj b;i- fr>>m Sweden through ( < < odnngton. State Welfare
cuuntrie- including Denmark and director
France to Italy
Springtime in Holland depicts
beaut) of Holland at tulip time.
and Beautiful Switzerland" dwwl
the KSilic Ixauty of that countr>
Thee films will be shown at 1
and 8pm in the main library s air
litioned auditorium Fres* tick
| et may be obtained at the main
library' and branches on Monday.
June 7
WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Friday thru Monday (June 4 7)
The home is the first non-profit
institution for cerebral palsy chil-
dren in Florida to be licenced.
Located at P O Box 1497. Per-
rine. the home is supported by con-
tribution- from interested people.
A current membership drive is now
on. with dues scheduled at S5 per
year Life membership is $50
Mrs Kexroade. who has 13 years
of experience in the held, said
that in- institution is nun sectar-
ian
To Mark Shavuoth
Farband. Labor Zionist oranche-.
will hold a Shavuoth celebration
on Tuesday evening. June 8. 8:30
p.m.. at the Roval Hungarian n-
taurant
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Rabbi Max Landman. spiritual
leader of Zamora Jewish Center.
thi- ueek announced that he will
official!] aasBna th" duties of Rab-
bi at Temple Beth El. West Palm
Beach on July 1
The Rabbi will not be in West
Palm Beach until sometime in Au-
gust houever He explained here!
that he i~ -cheduled to teach I Mhe '
V.-hiva Torath Chesed. rabbinic
seminary in Israel, during its sum-
mer tsssioa which concludes on I
Augu
Rabbi Landmdri'x itinerary will'
also include a brief vacation with'
hi- family m Houston, Tex before
lesriai for [srsel from New York
lurin tl ttei part of June
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I JUNE 4, 1954
LEGAL NOTIC1
>dox KlabbiH
rounril
ncement this week was
the establishment of the
ft/lami Orthodox Rabbini-
.cil.
rganization of local Ortho-
bis has undertaken to de-
combined efforts to the
fning of traditional Ju-
all its forms in Greater
e being studied for the
W of religious observance
Mice, and for inspired di-
land supervision over the
ling of the cardinal princi-
Iraditional Jewish living in
j-e county.
iGreater Miami Orthodox
. kniiu fnr roliaimiK Attorney for Plaintiff
jnng house for religious 4i# Un,..,ln ,,., %lm|m |; (
SOtDBA JOY ODIIIBICIia. piiiiflJi;0
BTITART MAVNAKD 11 NKn| :il<;,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION''""'
TO: STUART MAYNARD 0BERCS
e/o Mrs. I. Bchublner
-* Leslie Boulevard
l>etrolt, Michiaan
YOU ARK HEREBY NoTIPlPn
ttet a Bill of Complaint ,, f ,?."
has been fifed hkbIiiii
are hereby required to
of your Answer to the lull
LEGAL NOTICE
plaint on Plaintiff*
the oriKinul Answi
. rce
anil vnu
,""1, a copy
i Com-
attorney .mi rile
the Clerk Of ,,. C.rcuVcour, Sr
before the 2*th day of June 1954
otherwise, the allegation* of -aid Hill
of Complain, win be taken a, .'.., f...;"
ed against you.
Ii.ited thin l!lst day ,.f ||ay |1",4
E It LEATHERMAN,'
..l<,rk,"f '"*' Clrcull Court
(Seal I
Hy: It.
II. RICE, .lit
Deputy clerk
Council will also serve QBOROE .1 talianoff, Esy
and institutions, and as
of information and Rab-
linction to all in need of
lion of their religious prob-
nembiTship of the Orthodox
cal Council consists of Rab-
hun April. Aryeh Becker,
plescheloff and Shmaryahu
sky._____________________
"legal notici
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-...... .--, NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
have against the I the undersigned, desloiu; to engage In
1TICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
10 FOR DADE COUNTY,
&A. IN PROBATE, No. 31524-B
KSTATt: I IF
BAIIETTE MAYER n/k/a
BABKTTK T( "W'NSKND
I'KI!. I l.-ed
| .ml All Persons llav-
|.. 01 I'emanda Against Sulil
ml t.i.h ol you, are hereby
an.1 !'! llred to preHent any
hii>i demand! which you. or
bf you, ay
bf HI-I'll RABETTE MAYKR
IfTII IIARETTE TOWN8KND
deeeaM'il late of l>de Coun-
ts*, to the Honorable County
nf P...I. County, and file the
theli offices In the County
Boa i I'oli County, Florida.
[fiitlii ealendar months from
nf Hi. first publication here-
claims or demands to ron-
i legal nddreai of the claimant
awn n (.. and presented i.s
lid. or -.i im< will be barred.
i Ma> :-. \ D. 19J4.
EVERETT A. MAYKR.
BJ Administrator of the
; Km.iir ..I
P.I'TH BARE'I'TR MAYKR
.i k ,i KITH RAIIETTK
TOWNSEND MAYKR,
1 HeMl).
(.Kit a n \l:s
|.v lor Kv.nit A. Mayer
t/tt 5/4-11-18
Fla,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VE.N thai
the undersigned, dealrlna, to enftase In
?S.Hine'"' "nil,i Ihe fictitious n
PHOSH.TIONAI, I'RODI'c "IS in ,,
2640 B.W. nth Lane, Miami, Florida
Intend.- to registei Raid nun., with the
lerk of the Circuit Couit of Uade
i aunt), him -Ida.
BTYLANEZE, INC.,
a Florida corporation
BALLOT, sil.VKit mi i,i,,,i
Attorney! for Btylanese, inc
Tnl i'miiki,... Illd., Miami, l-'l.i.
5/2H r,-4-11 iv
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersign.-.!, dealrlna to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
BOI'THWEST LETTER SERVICE. at
2347 Coral Way. Miami, Intend [,, i. .K.
later paid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
CHARLES M FREEF1KLD
MARIAN FREEH ELD
5/14-21-2H 6/4
flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
INK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
tbr.-lKn.il, desiring to engage In
under die fi< tilloti* name of
DUE BAR AND CHILL, at 19(K>
!7lli Aw intenil to regiater Maid
I with Hi.- i-lerk of the Circuit
[of Dade County, Florida.
SADIE GOLDSTEIN
KHW Mtl> OAVIS
LEIt \. QAR8
>> ("i \|i|illua*nta
Flagler si
Hi.I
in |
|RTlFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
THE NAME AND BY THE
IUTH0RITY OF THE 8TATE
OF FLORIDA
lid.;Tn WIIii.m THESE I'l'.KS-
1 SHALL i ii.ME. OIIEI-JTINGS:

EIRTEL,
_1%< Ml \Ml REACH, FLORIDA
"AN E KOHEN.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
WIHTZER,
. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
d* of May, A.l. 1952.
" orporatW under the
hapter 60S. Florida Btn-
M|IjKAN I-ROPERtIES, INC..
mi.hi,,n, W|,|, |,8 principal place
Miami Reach. I :!.-
in the State of Florida, and
Hie kholilera of aueh cur-
did on the 27th day of May,
. cauae to be filed In the of-
i nf w ^'.'-''''y >' Mtate of the
Ituual ",l"' ;1 (,""nt of all the
',?.""' under the provHInna of
[Ctaptet 608 Florida Statute*.
the .Involution of auc-h CXir-
th..|.r.e, the Secretary of
'. V. "" v r*rt"> K' e fore-
me, ,'"' '" """fl*d that the
555h hMV" b**n com'
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
nave hereunto net my hand
M have affixed the Oreat
mi of the State of Florida.
rallahaee. the Capital.
".,..... Tweniv.Seventh day
y. AD. JM,
A. CRAY
Secretary of Htate.
buvlneaM under the ftctitlou! name
TWIN CITY BUILDERS, at I5JI I'ost
Ave.. Miami Reach, Ha.. Intend.- to
renlBter aald name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
LEONARD BCHIFF, Sole owner
MYERS, HE1MAN and KAPLAN
Attorne\. for Applicant
650 Sevbold HI.Ik
5/21-2S 6/4-11
PAGE 11 B
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TO :An^o,?T','TV?,UCATION
44 Btut 141 Btreet
Bronx, New fork
^ne,:,;::':; /;;;.,-;;;.-. <* -
' ounty, Florida, and
commanded to l.
DA.
IN RE
thai
Circuit
and appea
< oiiri, Ii.o|,. i',,,,,lU
""ih- ythdai.,(.i,, ...,
0BUBB Why Maid Petltl
granted: otherwlae
d III said
he taken a
. "ONE ANI
Dade <
Fulco, mtn
Office of the
'"'in. in Dad-
i re hereby
S.I id
Florida,
10 show
n should not be
. the mattera allea-
PBtltljn for Adoption shall
ed bj you.
ORDERED in Miami
LEGAL NOTICE
..i May, 'IT,: F.....''" u,is 6,h **i
>':. B. LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk, i 'ii. nit Court
By W.\l w. STOCKING,
,.,,,,,. ... Deputi i'lerk
N"' "' notice i- riled In ... -
',.....""- with Chapter 72, Section l ;
Florida Statute!, t5j '
HENRY M CAIN. Atty.
BIS W-n^BrW.. M......i, l-lorida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v._. NAME LAW
in TIrK,ls HBRBBY OIVEN that
the underpinned, dealrlng to engace In
r'i'iL'"oS,Hl?.'1<'r lhe "ctltlou! name of
THE S.IUTHWESTER. c/o Bouthweat
i'oVi H"?1'-'. 2347 Coral Way, Mi-
?i"' 'ntVn'1 '" regiater said name with
he ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES M. FREEFIEI.D
V'14-21-28 i'^'AN PKKKK'''*
'J*. JM\. C,RC,JIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169068
v"!m\!?,':Tm BTOLL. plaintiff vs.
ALBERT E. STCI.L, defendant.
ltl .ALBERT E. STCLL, are here-
'> notified to flip your defensive
pleading! to this suit with this Court's
' lerk, and service a copy thereof upon
plaintiffs attorney, ARTHUR (1.
Vo"11"1!;!'' ?M N K 2nd Avenue.
JJlaml, Florida; on or berore June
- i. IW4, else the Comjilalnt will be
taken as confessed liv you.
Dated; Ma) l:'. 1954
, i: B LEATHERMAN, clerk of the
1 n. on Court (Court Beal)
. By M. C. QREEN, Deputy Clerk.
i 14-H-ll 6/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_, NAME LAW
MiTIi'I- |> HEREBY OIVEN that
the understood, dealrlng to engage In
,',","I.,''':;. "ni1"' "'" n'tltloui name of
J !.,,"N ." COMPANY (Not Inc .,
at all i alais Drive, Miami Beach,
I lorlda, intends to regiater aald n,......
with the i lerk of the Circuit Court
"i Dade County, Florida
BERNARD RODIN8
..... .,. I'n-sid. nt in,I Sol,- (iwner
".I'.OROE J. TALIANOFF, EBQ
Attorney for Petitioner
i 14-11-28 i, i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY 0D7EN that
the undersigned, dealrlna to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINER-TYI'KR SERVICE, at W N.E.
13th Street, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
- ,,, JKSS & RBBE43CA BERNIE
CI4-21-2X | i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that
the understand, desii ihk^o enKaKe in
business under tin fictitious name of
THE HOFKRAI' BAR & RESTAUR-
ANT, at 172 Olralda Ave, Coral Oab-
les, intends to reKlster saul natae with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
HENRY MARTINELLI, Owner
KESSLER It (JARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17M W. Flagler St.
i/14-21-28 6/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169217
CARL It. HERN DON. JR.. Plaintiff,
VS.
DOROTHY PACI.INE HERN DON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DOROTHY PAULINE
HERNDON;
Address unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a cop> of \-.ur Answ.i in Ihe Bill
of Complaint for Divorce filed herein,
on plaintiff's attorney, kiciiard
KRIEGER I INK. 112 Congress Rldg .
Miami, Florida, and to file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the above
Cour( on or before the lth day or
June, 1164; otherwise a default will
t.e entered aanlnst you.
DATED: this 1Mb dai of May, 1954.
K. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "l 'he Circuit Court
By M. W PARTENIIELMER,
Deputy Clerk
K/Sl-:8 6/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
l-^.*.*.0 F0R DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32792-B
In Re; ESTATE OF
ROBE WEIN8TEIN, Deceased
To All Credltori and All Persons Hav-
Ing claims or Demands Aaainst Said
Estate:
foil, and e.n-h of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
cither of you, maj have against the
estate ..f ROSE WEIN8TBIN, ti-
ed, late of Had.- County, Florida, t..
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices ill the Cotinly Coin (house in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
..r demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
ni be barred
Date Mac 17. A.D. 1154.
MORRIS WE1NSTEIN
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
ROSE WEINSTEIN. Deceased
TCRK & NEWMAN
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
:, 21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 169496
ELEANOR L. FIELMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
ALVIN .1 FIELMAN, Defendant.
TO: ALVIN .1. FIELMAN
."."i Park Terrace East
New York, NY
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
tor Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
nml to file the original answer In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 29th dav of
June, A.D., 1964; otherwise, the Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed Inrein, will he taken as confessed
by you.
Di.....I at Miami, Florida, this the 2.1
dav of May. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
1 wide County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCK I NO.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1022 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32875-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES .1. FISHMAN a/k/a
CHARLES FISHMAN a/k/a
C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a
CHARLES JACK i ISIIMAN.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CHARLES J. FISHMAN, de-
ceased late of Dade Countv, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same ifi
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
fust publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date Mai 81. A.D. 1964.
NORMA P. R1EQEL
JOSEPH S. FISHMAN
As Co-Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
CHARLES J. FISHMAN.
Deceased.
MAI.VIN ENOI.ANDER
Attorney for Co-Executors
'./4-11-1S-2.,
I*M,
Ihl
Bf
It
L)
"Tic
OaScV^ EDGE'S COURT
U*DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
JgTAT^o.f*-*
riCEo^iliVe-'1 l: ""*aned
APPi ir^,Te.ENT,ON TO MAKE
r?,IlN FOR F'NAL
DISCHARGE
1 >> given that I have
cport and petition for
as Administrator of
x'' HOI.AS KOZIMt. de-
_. hit t J'i1 "n ,nr soth cl
g^ymm sssv
'ounty. Ploi ni.,. f,,r
1 final reiiort and for
Administrator of
1 NICHOLAS Ko/.lli,
"th day ,,f May, 1,-4
[""> f..; TV:N"K,t(:
LUiunhl uA NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JAY BEE AMUSEMENT CO., at ..16
N.W. 6th St., Miami, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Honda.
JOSEPH KOOANOVSKY
BERNARD KtX!ANO\SK.Y
MORTON M BE1C.EI.
Attorney for Applicants
19 W. Flagler St.
5/14-21-28 6/4 ____.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARKOTEU at (41 N.E. :ird St.. Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
RITII BTERN
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
SO Sevbold Bldg.
.-, II-21-2S 6/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR--
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY NO. 189333.
IN RE: ADOPTION oF
LINDA JOYCE BASS
:i Minor Child
NOTICE TO APPEAR
in HERBERT .1 bass
7927 Castor Avenue
Philadelphia. Pa.
TOO ABE HEREBY commanded to
be and appear in the above itylra
Court on the 21st day Of June 19..4
to sho cause why the Petition of
David M, Hi 1 get .111.1 Beatrice Berger
1.....lopt Linda Joyce Bass should not
i granted by this Curt.
Dated; Maj is. 1964
K. 1: LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) WBd W. BTOCK1NO
Deputy Clark
KESSLER & OABS
Attorneys for Applicants
171S w. Flagler St.
5,31-2.1 6/4-11__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
ST. JOHN'S REI.IOIOCS STORE, at
1340 N.W. 3rd Ave intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade 1'ounty. Florida.
JOSEPH A. CAMACHO, tiwner
BERT SAIiER
Mil Biscayne Bldg.
5/2S 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIDDI KAMPCS, at 290 W. r.4th
Street, Hialeah, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. F'lorida.
I a d,ORES DUNN, Sole Owner
MARX M. F'ABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
o'l I-21-2S 6/4
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23098
RE: ESTATE OF
SAMl'KI, J. AI'lil'ST, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final DiSCharg* as Administratrix of
the estate of SAMUEL J. ALCISI.
deceased: and that on the 21st day of
June, 1954, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County. F'lorida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the FIstata
of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, deceased.
This 2r.th day of May. 1954.
s/ HILMA ROSE AUGUST,
Administratrix
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administratrix
5/2S 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
PENTHOUSE; PENTHOUSE CLUB;
PENTHOUSE RESTAURANT and
PENTHOUSE CAFE, In Dad. County,
F'lorida. Intends to register sold name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol
Dade County, Florida. _.AM
I All. TAI'BMAN
KOVNER MANNHEIM KB
Attorneys for Applicant
i 21-tt i'i'I-U _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to r"S*te '"
business under the fictitious name ol
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
PERSIHNO LOUNGE, at 22 VK.W
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of
SaWmsWkbhrwiedbr
kessler oabs
Attorne>s for Applicant
1782 W Flagler St.
S/28 6/4-11-18 .____________
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ........
S HEREBY OIVEN t
xii 1 r, ir iir.in""
the undersigned, desiring ..^.Ke
business under the fictitious name of
NOTICE
the
ace "moving wmVany; mm
ft w ,,, Aw,,,,.-. Miami, n ends to
register sai.l name wiih the ITarK 01
,h" circuit Court ol Dad. < ounty.
Florida k.sthek
S/18 4/4-11-18 ________
BERLIN
NOTI
NAME LAW
Pt IS HEBERY GIVEN that
,he undersigned, desiring ..; .'-
business under Ihe <'."';:""..,,
PAR-KEE BAR. at 4751 N nd
Avenue, Miami, Intends to O.
said name wiih the I tark ol | '
CUB CoUr._;fJ^(.;:'-'rA|!APIS,,
KESSLER \- GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
i/n /4-i i-i
''""""' '"man'kat/en. BotoOiraer
MoNROE DIXON
Attorney for Owner
."iQj Olymphi Bldg.
5/21-28 41/4-11_______________________,
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IB HEREBY OIVEN that
,h;,,d.,rir|,.|d des g /Seln
rTmFRs VUTO SERVICE, at 805
;K^ !.;V.h..bce 11....... '";;';:with1-hr
'"""" n'""'r.i:/.vK MOTORS. INC.
IRVING 8CHULMAN
ah..1 no '' ;vi;|;1!'l:""
1 Lincoln Koad Bldg.
I I-U-IS-M_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
VOTB'F tfm&E* KJ
-^^reetWeah"^!
.t-.'-lVrK'"!.."^.'.^1;;..... cur, of Dade
l>AVLUMBERa
JOSHUA '/;',:'.;..
iN M KANNBB.......
CW,DAVIlftLUMBERO
LABv^NC^Wucjcirrt. JR.
AARt
attorney f-;'
4/4-ll-lS-^
Window rram* l'rm Co.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
KRISTY MANI'F ACTCBINC. CO. (Not
Inc I at 5(1 N.W. 2Sth Street. Miami,
F'la, intenil to register said name with
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
Oounlv, F'lorida.
NATHAN KRISTALI.
II KB BERT M. K BIST ALL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorn*] for Applicants
120 Lincoln Rd.
5/21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
ACKERMAN MORTOAGE AGENCY,
at 37 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, FTa., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade,
County, Florida.
LEO ACKERMAN
BABKTTK S. ACKERMAN
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant!
922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
5/28 g/4-11-18________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 16*393
ALLEN EVERETT LIBMAN.
Plaintiff,
. VB.
ELAINE LIBMAN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i
TO: ELAINE LIRMAN
416 Christopher Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce with the Clerk of
the above Styled Court, and serve a
copy thereof upon KESSLER GARS.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1782 W. Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida, on or be-
fore the 28th day of June. 1854, else
complaint will be taken ae confessed.
I>ated: May 21. 19.14.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.-rk of Circuit Court I
By WM. W. STOCKING 1
Deputy Clerk
5/28 6/4-11-12
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State Rabbis Elect Rabbi Skop to Head
Association; 1955 Meeting Set tor Gabies
Rabbi Morn- A Shaft spiritual Orlaadi Rabbi Hear) "
er ol the Curd! liable* Jewish ami: an.! Rabbi J oepfl Ash, S
r. HJ- elected president of the
tssodatioa <>i Ftorida Rabbis, after
r\mg the association j> secretary
:>ir ten years, at the recent annual
conference held in Lakalwd, Ftor-
ida
Rabbi Skop i- a graduate <>f the
with Institute of Religion, head-
ed by the late Dr Stephen S \\
: Ohio State Universit) He did
.raduate work in interracial -tu
dt Harvard L'niventt) and u.i-
formerljf president of the Central |
Florida Zionist District and B'nai
B'nth while serving for 12 years
in Orlando as Rabbi ol i .n-rega-
Ohev Shalom.
Rabbi Skop came to Coral Cables !
:n 1948. to a membership of 2T
umilics The Coral Cables Jewish
enter now member* over 500 fam-
ilies, including a religious school o(
over 500 boys and girls and daily
Hebrew school of over 125 pupils
Dr Jacob H Kaplan. Dean of
Florida Rabbis, was made life hon- ;
oral? president at a standing vote
of acclamation. Other officers in-
clude Rabbi Alexander Gelberman.
il Lakeland: Rabbi Samuel Lerer
llollvwood. Rabbi David TTillHnri
sot a
Resolutions were patted dealing
with tenure for Rabbis after five
>..>i- if s.r\:ee to congregations,
urtt tag of toraadb into public
ehooli of lectartoa rtehjtoti teach
' ing and observance <>( set
h >li 1..' .; i assembly pn<
whih belong In church-- rather
than public schools, expansion of
j work and service Of the Bureau of
Jewish Bstaeattea to smaller com-
| mumt.fs m the state and the impor-
tance of community investigation
!of new congregations before Rab-
bis are hired b] laymen
It was too announced tha' I'lor
ida now has 32 Rabbinical teeta,
with 34 communities having tj ta>
gogue buildings Two communities.
Sebring. and Sanford. have build
ings but no Rabbis The 1955 con
vention will be held in Coral Ca
bles. when the Coral Cables Jewish
Center will act as hosts next May
\
i
Graduation exercises held at Beth David Hebrew School took place Sunday. L*t
(back row' are Stanley Goldstein. Judy Weldon. Martin Bialow and Mr. Louis Gads
er. Front row are Jerome B. Gordon, director. Richard Kosch. Ellen Bolkei, Sandra
and Rabbi Max Shapiro. All passed entrance examinations for Hebrew High
Religious School Has Final Assembly Here
Dr. Herman R Mtchlowitr. chair-
man of the Religious School of
Temple EmanuLi, announced that
the eloatag iissembiy of the Reli
gioui School took place on
Sunday. May 30. in the main syna-
gogue at 10 30 am
Certificates for scholarship and
attendance were presented by
Rabbi Irving Lehman and Dr.
Mechlowitz. Also participating in
the program were Mrs. Irving
Cypen. president of the Sisterhood
and Mrs Benjamin Greene, presi-
dent of the PTA. Greetings were
be extended by Saul Rabin, educa-
tional director.
Voting by the children deter-
mined the exact distribution of
the school's Keren Ami or Junior
Federation funds to various Jewish
agencies. Representatives of the
agencies attended the assembly
to accept the contributions.
The class having the best record
of Keren Ami contributions
I throughout the school 1
I given a banner.
1 Spaet to Speak
Weekly luncheon
ami Beach B'nai B'ntil
be held on Tuesday.*
! p.m at the Riu Plan I
Han.1.1 B Spaet. Vice 1
' ami Beach, will be j
T
fobki tUrrii ikap
Supreme Court Decision
Hits Segregation
Continued from Page 1 B
:^gle against the sinister
of <'ommuni-m. the ruling
ute.s a living proof that op
porturities for progress and ex-
panding freedom can be pr
within the framework of democ-
racy."
The ruling does not end segrega-
tion at once Further hearings wen
set for this.fall to decide how and
when to end the practice of segre-
gation A lengthy delay i> likely
before the decision is carried out.
according to observers here
For years. 17 southern and "bor
der" states have imposed segrega-
tion on approximately two-thirds of
the nation's Negroes. Officials of
some states already are on record
as saying they will close the schools
rather than permit them to be
operated with Negro and White
pupils in the same classrooms.
In its decision, the high court
-truck down the long standing
"separate but equal' doctrine first
laid down by the Supreme Court
in 1896, when it maintained that
segregation is all right if equal fa-
cilities are made available for Ne-
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