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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ruME23Number 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
.S. Condemns Anti-Jewish Drive In Rumania
Mate Department will Open
Discussions on Middle East
*SIIINGTON (JTA) Impor-
! meeting concerning Israel
J.ke place in the State Depart-
this week following the ar-
-.cre Hi Francis H. Russel,
fi. |' Affaires of the United
eml>a-<> in IsraeJ. Ambassa-
idward B Lawson, who has
ated as the new US
to brai 1 t succed the late
|l .:i Washington later.
Russel was summoned three
i lhc State Department
the United States for a
[.of consultations. Only three
be reported on the situ-
I : at the conference of
| States diplomats which
place in Istanbul under the
knanship of Assistant Secre-
i State Henry A. Byroade.
|U-? Department officials here
.:,.it llu' purpose of Mr. Ru*-
visit was tor "routine con-
ttion." Following the consuita-
h- he will return to Israel since
i not expected that Aiwhsttrtor
Inn will take up his post in Tel
Iv until early in the autumn.
phf State Department announced
Presidential envoy Eric John-
-ini Muring his forthcoming
with Arab and Israel leaders
t* to discuss the Arab and It-
! Jordan River development
[itaxs '"to define points of essen-
agreement and, insofar as pos
kit iu narrow the differences on
fclr.ical aspects."
tabassador Johnston was to
|ve left by plane Thursday. He
fo first to Cairo to meet with
pre-entatives of the Governments
S>ria. Lebanon. Jordan and
pVH Following these discussions.
State Department said, he will
ve for Tel Aviv for similar talks
pth the Israel Government. He
pll 'm: accompanied by staff advis-
es Irom the State Department and
|e Foreign Operations Adminis-
fat.cn.
Tr.e State Department announce
nt aid that "both Israel and the
ittre-ttd Arab states have give?
Bbassador Johnston their corn-
on the broad program for
rdan Valley development pro-
M to them last November dur-
'- first visit to the area as
Personal representative of
MQent Eisenhower."
Helen Gahagan Douglas (center), former California member of
the House of Representatives, represents New York City moth-
ers in the presentation of a maternity pavilion at Kupat fiolim's
Eliezer Kaplan Memorial Hospital in Rehovot, Israel. Looking
on are Yehudit Doron (right), wife of the Israeli Consul, and
Mrs. Clara Israelite, president of the New York Women's Coun-
cil for Histadrut. Portrait at top is of the late Hanna Spector,
radio commentator and civic worker in whose memory the hos-
pital is named. Mrs. Shushana Spector, a sister, is a member
of the Hebrew Academy faculty a! Miami Beach.
WASHINGTON (JTA)The United States Government publicly
condemned this week the mass arrests of Jewish leaders in Rumania
as violations by the Rumanian Communist regime of provisions of the
peace treaty and as a crime against the "dictates of justice and hu-
manity."
The American condemnation was voiced as news came through
from Rumania of the trial and conviction of another 19 Jews who were
sentenced to prison terms of between five and 12 years.
Earlier in the week, the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Af-
fairs, Anthony Nutting, told the British Parliament that his govern-
ment had the "fullest sympathy" for the Jewish people in their concern
over the situation in Rumania. The Foreign Office, he said, was making
diplomatic inquiries of the Rumanian Government on the Jewish trials.
The American condemnation of the Rumanian proceedings was
voiced here by Robert Murphy. Deputy Under-Secretary of State, after
he had received a delegation of the American Jewish dommittee and dis-
cussed the situation with them. In his statement, Mr. Murphy declared:
"In recent months the Rumanian regime has brought to trial and
sentenced long prison terms scores of Rumanian Jews. Many of these
recently sentenced have been held in prison without trial for*severa!
years, their only crime being that the" regime considers them undesir-
able. The fate of the victims of this widespread persecution is cause
for deep concern on the part of the Department of State as well as the
American Jewish Committee.
"The conduct of the Rumanian Government in this instance is but
one more example of its callous -----------------------------------:------------
disregard for human rights and
fundamental freedoms. In order to
instill fear in the hearts of the 250.-
000 Jews in Rumania that govern-
ment has found it necessary to sen-
tence leaders of the Jewish com-
munity so that they might be held
as hostages. Such conduct is not
only in violation of the provisions
of the treaty of peace with Ru-
mania .but also ignores the dictates
of justice and humanity.
"I am deeply moved by the tragic
plight of these unfortunate Jewish
leaders and sympathize with the
feelings expressed by members of
the delegation from the American
Jewish Committee."
Statement Hailtd
The American Jewish Committee
hailed the State Department's con-
demnation of recent Communist
trials of Rumanian Jews "as a bea-
con of hope to Jews and other
minorities trapped behind the Iron
Communities Favor Merger of
Drives for Israel Institutions
' Gi.r. Ufpkthml
crtatts tar km la
NEW YORK (JTA)Full support
for current efforts in Israel to have
the Hebrew University, Haifa Tech-
nion and the Weizmann Institute
merge their fundraising campaigns
in the United States has been given
by the Jewish federations and wel-
fare funds in this country, it was
learned here by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
Reflecting the wishes of the Jew-
ish communities in the United
States, leaders of the Councils of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds reaffirmed the urgent need
for unified fundraising by the three
institutions. This, they pointed out,
would enable the transfer of a sub-
stantial part of the approximately
$650,600 being spent by these in-
stitutions for fundraising and ad-
ministration in the US to direct
use by the institutions in Israel.
Leaders of the Israel Govern
ment and of the Jewish Agency
feel strongly that such a merger
should take place as soon as po*
Die, it was indicated here. A com-
mittee representing the Finance
and Education Ministries of tM
Government of Israel and the Jew
ish Agency is examining in detai
the maintenance and finances ot
the three institutions, it was re_
waled. The recommendations m
this committee will be mUabte
soon to the Jewish communities in
the United States.
At present communities in tms
country allocate funds to each of
the three institutions accordingly
a formula Previously recommended
by Dr. Giora Josephthal, treasurer
of the Jewish Agency. The formula
provides for 55 percent of the total
allocated for Israel's institutions of
higher education to the Hebrew
University. 23 percent to the Haifa
Technion and 22 percent to the
Weizmann Institute. However,
during his recent visit to this coun-
try. Dr. Josephthal told the leaders
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds that the
Israel Government, as well as the
Jewish Agency, favors having the
three institutions merge their cam-
paigns and that the Jewish com-
munities in this country will soon
be advised whether any revision in
the allocations formula should be
made.
Dr Josephthal was assured by
the CJFWF leaders that they would
accept the judgment of the commit-
tee in Israel which is now studying
the merger issue. They pointed out
that even under the existing "Jo-
sephthal formula" there is no need
for the three institutions to send
separate representatives to local
budget hearings, and that "one rep-
resentative can serve the same
purpose better in behalf of all
three, with substantial saving in
expense."
Meanwhile, a specific proposal
for the unification in the United
States of fundraising activities of
the three institutions by Meyer W.
BULLETIN
LONDON (JTA)The Rumanian
Government has protested to the
Israel Government against the
"hostile propaganda carried out by
certain organizations in Israel with
regard to Rumania," the press re-
ported here Wednesday.
The reports added that the Ru-
manian Government denied that
the recent mass trials of Zionist
and Jewish communal leaders had
an anti-Semitic character. The Ru-
manian Government was also re-
ported as accusing Israel of pre-
venting "by various means" the re-
turn to Rumania of Rumanian
Jews.
Curtain signalling that the free
world is gravely concerned over
their plight."
"The U.S. Government's action
today," the AJC declared, "strips
away the Communist propaganda
facade to reveal the ugly reality
of persecution for any group ia
Russia and its satellites that re-
fuses to conform to the Communist
mold." It pointed out that the re-
cent Rumanian trials were the cul-
mination of "a systematic attempt
to destroy the Jewish community
that began with a large scale de-
portation and disappearance, prob-
ably to Siberia, of tens of thousands
of Rumanian Jews in September,
1949."
"Only the sharpest protests from
democratic nations can possibly
check the continued savagery of the
Communist rulers," the AJC stat-
ed. "These Hitler-like actions are
part of the Communist master plan
to crush all minorities and all pos-
sible centers of dissidence. Just
as under Hitler, the pitiless treat-
ment of the Jewish scapegoat is
Weisgal, chairman of the executive
council of the Weizmann Institute
of Srience, was made known here exploited as a deterrent against the
this weekend. Mr. Weisgal pro-
posed that:
The three institutions should
give up independent organizations
kn the United States and establish
one central' office in New York.
very idea of a non-conformism or
resistance."
(The New York Times comment-
ed editorially on the imprisonment
of about 200 Zionist leaders in
Rumania this week.)
Att Ggfl. Krvin Gets $10,000 From State Cabinet
Florida Group to Study Segregation
TALLAHASSEE Att. Gem
Richard Ervin has been granted
S10 0IK) by the Florida Cabinet as
an emergency fund torresenc*
work in the sta.e\s effort to pre-
serve segregation of races in the
public schools.
' The move comes on the heels
of the recent and unanimous U3,
Supreme Court decision which
declared illegal and contrary to
Se spirit and the law of the con-
stitution the doctrine of "separ-
ate but equal" facilities for
Whites and Negroes in the school
system.
"I don't believe Florida is
ready for non-segregation," Er-
vin said. "If we have to accept,
it should be on a gradual basis."
The attorney general said he
wanted the $10,000 to permit re-
search experts of the University
of Florida, Florida State Univer-
sity and the University of Miami
to help determine the practical
effects of the United States Su-
preme Court ruling against segre-
gation.
The court has given Southern
states affected by the ruling un-
til fall to present briefs on meth-
ods of bringing about mingling
of the races in schools.
Florida's brief must be filed by
Oct. 1.


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Borah Shnaider Stresses Importance
Of Independence Issue; Concert Planned
FRIDAY
fait
The importance of an intensified
sale of State of Israel Bonds' Inde-
pendence Issue at the present time
was stressed this week by Borah
5-hnaider. head of the Speakers'
Bureau of the State of Israel Bond
Organization.
Shnaider, who until his appoint
rrent last year was City Manager
of Israel Bonds in this area, ad-
dressed a meeting of the commit-
t-e in charge of the Jan Peerce
Concert. The committee met in the
>helborne Hotel Wednesday night
"The investment dollar is vitally
needed by Israel right now so that
the young democracy can fulfill
it! development program." Shnaid-
ir declared.
He brought greetings from the
.tmnal office and extended eoav
tabulations to chairman Jacob
Sher and the Miami community for
tting the pace in the sale of
.'-dependence I>*ue Bond*
id special tribute to Mn
iig and th- Women In
ior. for recruiting more than 60
of Israel women in-
ia*t SI 000 in Inde-
>nd>
Sher >trested the fact that tv...
free tickets to the Jan Peerce Con
cert will be given for each pur-
chase of an Independence Issue
Bond. The concert has been set
for the Miami Beach Auditorium
on Moada? JWiet af*e Wp m"
The auditorium will be divided
into three nctioai Guardians and
Trustees, minimum of $1,000 in
first orchestra: $500-5950 purchas-
er*, second orchestra: and $100-
$450 purchasers, balcony
Free tickets will also be given
to all tho- workers who sell a
minimum of $500 in the new Devel-
opment Issue of Israel Bonds
More than 40 representative- of
civic. a> well a* fraternal organ-
ization* and sisterhood*, who have
pledged support of the concert at-
tended Hednesda> night meeting
in the Shelrviurne Hotel to hear
the special addrt *.* by Shnaider and
Mr Sher
Sale of Independence Issue
Bond.* in thi* area ru* already BMi
ed the $400,000 mark The target
fur this year i* ST50.000
Headquarter* for the Jan Peerce
concert i* situated in Room 816 of
the Congress Building.
DAY WORKERS
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No Char** to
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Now AvoiUi.
JAN PEERCE CONCERT: Studying plans for the Jan Peerce
Concert to be held in the Miami Beach Auditorium June 28 are
Mrs. Joseph Shapuo. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. and Mrs. George M.
Cohen, of the South Florida Zionist Council.
Or. It4-rLit HpadH
Dr. Herein L Becker has been
r .med prf*ident of Alpha Omega's
.Viami alumni chapter at in>talla-
D c-remonie* held in Waatviaa
Country Club on June 2
Other new officer* are I)r* Ar-
thur Sokoloff. pre*ident-elect. Jack
Ijdsbr| tscratarjr; Bear) Green,
treasurer Murray Smith, Howard
Wellins and Irving Gordon, execu
tive council members.
Drs George A Graham, retiring
president and chapter advi*or. and
Doran D Zinner. southeastern re-
- nt, installing officer
Named by the Ladies' Auxiliary
are the Mesdames Harold Sweet,
president: Edward Galler. vice
Dpntai 4 ha pi 4>i
PNaiduM; Max Tendnch. record-
ing *ecretary and Henry Green.
nding secretary
The chapter comprises some 70
denti*t* Primary purpose of the
organization is to further education
for practicing dentists, "along with
i'- -pirn of fraternalism and Ju-
daism," according to Dr Becker
The Miami chapter sponsors post
graduate cour*es and has been in-
*trumental in raising funds for a
dental school at Israel's Hebrew
I'niversity.
Florida Leaden Take
Role in Yeihiva Fete
Scheduled June 13
\FW York Noted citizen* of
Jacksonville. Miami and Miami
Beach have joined the national
committee of sponsors for the cor-
nerstone ceremonie* of the Albert
Finstem College of Medicine of
Ye*hiva Cniversity on Sunday.
June 13 in New York City, it was
announced by New York State At-
torney General Nathaniel L. Gold-.
Msaa, national campaign chairman
The committee is composed of
oJt*tandinu leaders of government.
rice, medicine, education and
the art*
Aaaaaf those attending the cere-
monie* here will be Mrs. Samuel
Grunduerg. 4561 Prairie ave.. Mi-
ami Beach With Mr* Grundwerg
ill be her son. Saul, one of the
fir-t itniJaati in Florida to attend
Y.-hi\a | Taloiudic Academy. Mr.
Grundwerg has just received the
BBA degsae from the University
of Miami aM is scheduled to enter
the I" of M Law School in the fall
Florida leaders sponsoring the
cornerstone ceremonies for the na-
tion s newest medical college, the
fir*t under Jewish auspices in
America, are Mayor Harold Sha-
piro. Mrs Louis Glasser. Isidore
Goldberg. Sam C. Levenson. Max
Orovitz. Louis E. Wolf son. R, Wil
hams Apte and Jacob Sher. of the
Greater Miami area.
Joseph Cberner. Samuel J. Gold-
farb and Leon B. Jacobs, also of
Greater Miami, and Sam Kipnis. of
Jacksonville, are founders of the
College of Medicine.
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Coast District Dental Society which
meets for it* summer meeting at
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Saturday. June 11 and 12 The or-
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Ezra Finegold. president of the
North Shore Jewish Center, this
week announced the second annual
dinner dance to be held at the Mar-
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June 13. 6:30 p.m.
The affair winds up Center ?c-
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maxes the publication of its Jour-
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1954
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rab's True Colors Showitw
B_. AttTUIID I r\./ir J
PAGE 3 A
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
LtEP NATIONS If ever the Arabs have been
<>wn up in I
, wmly farce.' as one
reX?''bUln0Wthisl,^'b'Je'p,'n
JSSSUl m,Tcan on!y bc callcd
self-defeat ms; for
colors, it is as a result of Jordan's withdrawal of its repre
from Ihe Security Count* table. Here i.s positive namf .. ''
ly polit.es heft, -b*\tlfey have no respect ,,u. ,?* Lebanon's complaint. wheK'
> .'........ not 's upheld, nobodv i. in.
here:
an has
"The Government
demonstrated that
the IN. as a place for,
|nd denunciation, but in no
Rjnce^ a^ a forum for the
settlement of disputes."
buld mtv well say that for
lover ihe question of giving
Ertaking to abide by the ob-
is of the Charter of the Unit-
|ons which, of course, pro-
a spokesman for the Israeli delegation said Immediately after
terse communication was
empty rhetoric -- and not vary
good at that.
Some of the members of the Se
curity Council, when the three line
Jordanian note was received, were I
of the opinion that there was not
much point in going on with the
present debate. Of course. Lebanon I
could continue to sponsor the com- i
plaint which it originally submitted
l "on behalf of the government of'
. I the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan"
and Dr. Charles Malik would only
be too pleased
lhat Jordan so abruptly quit
Inference table. In other
[the Arabs would not sign
statement; they could not
i their policy is not a peace-
n_ withdrawal of its repre-
|-.r i- such a flagrant act that
! embarrassed even its own
It i- a question whether
[:-..,; j Mutation of the British
an defense pact which calls
Lcelul settlement of disputes;
My. the British representa-
|ir Pier>on Dixon, considers
i> r. it in the spirit" of the
the i lion that Jordan has
Jthe speech which its repre-
ive made without complying
\e rule-, of the Security Coun-
afreeing to the obligations
[the Charter, should be strick-
en the record. In any case,
I ha\e no el feet as it was ob-
not meant to be taken seri-
.ml was really nothing but
to lugubrate at
length on this issue. But the atti-
tude of the members is what is the
point of all this now when Jordan
plainly refuses to abide by any of
their findings, why should they
have to listen to Dr. Malik's ful-
minations when they matter less
than usual.
However, the Western Big Three
appear to be determined to con-
tinue and the Israeli delegation
points out that the Jordan com-; oer
plaint which must be considered
the Lebanese complaint, i.s only
one of the items on the agenda,
that it has a long list of grievances
of its own and that it wants, them
heard.
Prior to the receipt of Jordan's
curt note, the Security Council pre-
sented the unhappy spectacle of a
great international body paralyzed
by the refusal of a desert state to
behave like a normal civilized coun-
-try.' It was really becoming an "un-
Isv Croup to Install IIIfi*er
Pheld, nobody is going to
Put any store by it for everybody
now knows what Jordan is, an ag-
grewiva Arab State which will not
abide by the international rules of
conduct.
Miami Zionists
Slate Barbecue;
Funds for School
Annual outdoor barbecue dinner
and dance sponsored by the Miami
Zionist District will be held on Sun-
day. June 20. at 6:30 p.m., accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Abe Kasow, chairman of the ticket
committee for the event.
The outdoor dinner is scheduled
for the patio of the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gordon. 2201 South
Miami ave., and hosts for the eve-
ning will be Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle.
Final arrangements were com-
pleted this week at the home of
Kasow. 2100 SW 21st ave. A num-
of entertainers will perform
during the dinner to be followed by
dancing. Proceeds of the event will
be sent to Israel to the Kfar Silver
Agricultural School, which plans
to house 300 agricultural students.
The building is at present half
completed, and funds are urgently
needed.
Committee in charge of the event
are Sidney Sachs, Al Quadow, Louis
Falk. Gil Rappaport. Harry Sootin,
Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gordon and Mrs. Kasow.
fas ut the newly organized
Women's Unit of United
|ral PaNy Association of Mi-
ce, will be installed on Men
..ne 14 at the Syrian-Leba-
|.Jb. 2626 SW 3rd ave.
Keith Phillips, assocMtfond,
lent, will preside over the'In-
pion, which will start at 8:151
program will include a talk
raoklin Saunders. clinic ad-
r.rator. The film "Upstream"
ihown and will be followed
reception.
I en to be installed are the
|: nea Claire Arlen. president;
Mae Merchant, first vice
president: Mary Joyce, .second vjee
president; Daiy Nunley. recording
secretary; Ruth F.lkins, correspond-
ing secretary: *nd Pearl S. Weiss.
treasurer.
Mrs. Florence Kjnbinder is chair-
man, for the evening.
To Honor memory of
Mrs. -Lizzie Litt
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold a memo-
rial meeting in honor of the late
Mrs. Lizzie Litt on Monday eve-
ning. June 14, 8 p.m., at the Town
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Mrs. Litt
died here, last month.
Be! musical arrangements lor the cantata are being discuss-
I v.ith Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew
^--emy. The cantata, entitled "Our American Heritage, in
tacf of the American Jewish Tercentenary, was presented
aduation exercises Wednesday evening, June 9. in the
f-ess Hotel. Shown above (left to right) aie Mrs. Miriam
TOWitag, musical director, Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics
fK'-'or. and Rabbi Gross.
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June 21st to August 13th
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Mrs. S. l,. conen has been named
president of the Dora Stein Sister-
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Other officers named are the
Mesdames Harry Golin, first vice
president; Nathan Fragin, second
vice president; Bernard Sirkus,
third vice president; Lillian Beck-1
er, recording secretary; William |
Dickson, treasurer; Sol Koenigs-
berg, corresponding secretary;
George Graham, financial secre-
tary.
The Mesdames Abe Matersky, so-
cial secretary; Morris Goldenberg
and Ben Katz. sergeant-at-arms;
Jack Schwartz, chaplain: and David
Granat. parliamentarian.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Jack Finkelstein. Israel
Goldberg, Robert Becker, Sam Zol-
linger, Jacob Balk, Elsie Eisner and
Charles Ovetsky.
Mrs. Nathan Shenkin is outgoing
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Sivan 10, 5714
Number 24
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By LEO MINDLIN
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BALTIMORE. MO. This is a strange city u~
Uon and southern by desire. Then- are the i, ''Snor,,*is
but they must not be explored too careiullv Til* f
I lltl'|M'Mlt'IH lssil<
The floating of the Israel Bond Development
Issue has brought a wave of renewed enthusi-
asm for the national drive among individuals
and organizations in the Greater Miami area.
We are certainly happy to be able to report
our observation in this regard because so much
in Israel depends upon the success of bond
purchases in the United States.
We have talked often enough in these col-
umns about the Israel Bond campaign, as well
as about its relation to industrial development
in the Jewish State. But while we may have
hoped to reach into the hearts of individuals
end develop their enthusiasms, it has been
manifestly difficult to appeal to the "reason" of
the "impersonal" organization.
The recent resolutions adopted by many or-
ganizations to participate in the Development
Issue is therefore doubly gratifying. An ex-
cmple is B'nai B'rith.
Top leaders of B'nai B'rith in the United
States and Canada pledged complete support
ol the Isiael Bond program at a national con-
vention in Chicaao last month. Cut out for
nselves is the vital task of promoting the
l of S7,500.030 worth of the new issue in
Similar moves have been made by regional
districts of B'nai B'rith.
It seems to us tha! this is a program of which
every B'nai B'rith member may well be proud.
Here is an organization heavy in years and
prestige -- it celebrated its 110th anniversary
in 1953. Hardly content to relax and bask in
the glory of its manifold accomplishment. B'nai
B'rith has instead launched forth on a program
of broad assistance to Israel.
Many organizations in Greater Miami have
already indicated their intention of following
B'nai B'rith's example. We certainly hope that
others will soon join in. As we have said be-
fore, so much is at stake.
Ifore "Sonililv** \m l,l
Wisconsin Senator Joseph R McCarthy has
called his Republican colleague from Vermont
"senile," but we don't agree.
Senator Ralph Flanders, i! seems to us. has
emerged during the past few weeks as a man
with whom those interested in the nation's des-
tiny may well reckon.
Perhaps a month ago. Sen. Flanders was
prevailed upon by a joint militant Christian
group to have written into the Constitution of
the United States that our government recog-
nizes the authority and law of Jesus Christ.
The Vermont legislator repudiated the move
almost as soon as he introduced it into Con-
gress for debate. He said that he felt it would
be contrary to the spirit of our basic freedoms:
with great sensitivity, he pointed to the fact
that too many of our citizens could no longer,
with conscience, fully pledge their allegiance
to the flag and the constitution in the face of
such a proposed amendment.
Sen. Flanders has now set his sights on the
Junior Senator from Wisconsin. This week, he
charged that his Republican colleague must
certainly inspire "our fellow citizens of Jewish
blood and faith" with foreboding, reminding
Congress of Sen. McCarthy's strange role in
the investigation of the Maimedy massacres
and the fact that Hitler, too, was an ardent anti-
Communist.
By this, of course, he meant to point out that
not all anti-Communists are necessarily imbued
with the spirit of democracy. The "Christ Law"
proposal was one extremist means of dealing
with subversives; Sen. McCarthy, in the vener-
able Sen. Flander's eyes, is another extremist
end equally irresponsible means. If this be
senility, let us have more of it.
finger pokes past an illusory suriace.
libraries. us. well as m
..,......
*f &&*'; *'. lr"m excessive (I
*~~\>y s.lently
Needs opening so it can be put to good use
Without lt\Mrvation
The marking of "Know Your America Week"
in the Miami area is a good thing. Purpose of
the observance is to reacquaint us with the
benefits of democracy while pointing up Com-
munism as an ideology inimical to our way of
life.
As citizens, we are all aware of the current
dangers besetting American democracy, as
well as freedom everywhere. It seems to us,
however, that we have been spending an in-
ordinate amount of time trying to conquer fear
and to uncover those Communist elements
seeking to prey upon every facet of our day-by-
day existence.
An embarrassing negligence, contrarily, has
lain in our failure to rely upon the inherent good
of American democracy. In our effort to pro-
tect what we prize, we have been against too
many things and not enough for thacentrally
important core. Suspicion, distrust and often-
times amateur "policing" have divided our
energies; a more terrible development can be
for these things to set neighbor against neigh-
bor.
No amount of militant Communism can en-
danger us when we genuinely understand and
appreciate the democratic society in which we
live. The observanoe of "Know Your America
Week" in Miami serves to return our attention
to this fact and to emphasize a basic principle__
that the best way to espouse a living philoso-
phy such as our own in this nation is to live it
without reservation.
illusory suriace. There "J^ ** *
luseums and other enters of""?**',
Augmenting them are endless row. curirKi(i J*
displays and art stores. In an area where men *L sho|*-l
-cessive drink and where women of ,'*
exuding the.r stench of Bnittifariou, ZLl'ech*
s tity and without discrimination, I entered what TZ ?Pph<-
a glorified greeting card establishment Th, 1med lltu
n>f>7ftS hlb,t for the benef,t of the tourist, the art""sL" *
*Z%5Z basket framed by brass or wro"8ht iron l,. ,n ^VN
-n3 producUon me,ho<1 somewhere further north """'"""HI
isJtik k tY!t' ,here,1 fOU.nd Chinese silk scr"- lucked a
uffilSEt m draWef f Cl'Set "nd Lo,us *""> '".pret*i"'
VfCTfm Marvelous reproductions of French ami SpamsnL
& W boun^ed- Nex door t.r.te bookshop tohH
rttsWl K0m,H ma|*M,nes- and few y"rds '""her -SX.
the cheap liquor establishments whose habitues w J"
men and the perfumed ladies on the dirty pavement (i
coffee money or soliciting one's company for the evew?
e
CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS CITY is the endless ro.
ing perspective, one sees the three-step, white stooped *
hundreds of homes having no windows anvwhere but MlhS
Back gardens are a tangle of wash lines U far as the a.2
needing mending and wooden protruberences from the bnrt i
two and three stories high, at rickety angles proclainW
tionable function as porches. ^
But a short distance away are the fine homes They staMh
and bends on winding streets of thickly growing foliate, loi
go these hilly roads Stoneleigh was mj favorite and a
more real than Miami, where trees and brush are on occaiMajsi
the aJ|nosphere so that a sad. stoney flatm there can sorwa-l
guised.
Major League baseball has come to this ntv. and onei,
else discussed. Placards are seen everywhere calling far .
"our birds" (the Baltimore Orioles), support of the knotholtS,
support "our birds," as well as for support of -uch organintnt.
Police and Fire Departments who also support our birds" k
of so many juxtaposed contrasts, this unanimih seems somekaj
ing.
Forty minutes north of the nation's capital, Baltimore i
more concern with matters of central importance than do
area. Press coverage of the Washington scene is about as,.
variety we get at home; television's attitude appears equal*i
Although a major Washington TV station presents the Arnjl
hearings daily, no facility here feels inclined to "hook up" was.,
despite the fact that two of Baltimore's three large channels ail
ated by newspapers.
lnt*ooperative Diplomacy
Syria this week found itself acting unUateral-
y in a dispute between Arab leaders and
Israel Most of the time, such action is the re-
sult of deep-rooted conviction, but Syria merely
rubber-stamped a move rejected by Israel dur-
ing a Mixed Armistice Commission discussion.
,Whten *"* 'waders insisted upon bringing
into theu a Iks a matter clearly beyond the
province of the commission, the Israel delega-
tion walked out on the discussion first mak-
ing ,t emphatically understood that it was not
guitting the MAC and indicated a coopera-
five willingness to resume the business at hand
when Syrian members would be prepared to
Snti^l 1SaV far a P^entar?
protocol is concerned. I
After the Israelis left, the Arab, voted for the
ST"' mea8Ure' II to aPP'n that this
sta*2 ""C10Pera,lve diplomacy has been d"
signed to keep going a cold war from which
tt> Arab League, at large, can hardly fail to
I AM INCLINED TO BELIEVE that no member of the -,
Jewish press can, with any intelligence, criticize the failure of i|
communications medium to report the Arm\ McCarthy beams. I
is within the province of that press to publish all news of;!
for Jews, then it is committing a great injustice to its rea.
liberately ignoring the hearings. Certainly, the Englbh-Jetial
has taken a generally negative stand on the matter of U'lseonai f"
Joseph R. McCarthy albeit a much weaker position than r
intellectual integrity could ever allow. But its failure to rfs
Army-McCarthy hearings can only be interpreted as repreststafj
unwillingness to cope with an issue in which two Jewish penoaf
unpopular principals at the moment.
This seejns to me indefensible especially in light
that a Hollywood actress, for example, is newsworthy to us I
may have had a Jewish mother. On at least two previous i
wrote detailed articles in this column relating to Pvt. G Bl-
and Roy Cohn. Both pieces elicited a number of critical calk I
ters which excoriated me* for dealing with two men who are 1
to their religion." As I see it. whether their characteruatioij
critics is valid or not, we are remiss in our function and do"-"
honest if we allow ourselves to be intimidated by such cii
and avoid the issue at large-
It must seem to me that I have failed somewhere as an i
if the Hollywood actress flatters my ego because of a coms!
and if Messrs. Cohn and Schine are a source of personal *
for the same reason. I can also find no solace in the *sS^V:
contrasting position. Again, as an example, we are concerned
release by the Navy Department of Abraham Chasanow beeastj
one alleges that he had Communist dealings. Or, we fought v"
Amendment well before most of the public knew what MJ
legislation was. Or, the English-Jewish press continues to *
McCarran Act on the basis of its inequalities.
see
THESE WERE AND CONTINUE TO be brave crusades. IM>1
der to think of the fate of these noble stands if a C"**SZ
some other unpopular Pagliacci were somehow a pnncipa
Carried to its logical conclusion, this would mean that we can m
upon to report the news only when we feel it '" n0* """ 3
This sort of supersensitive religionism has. indeed, affected '
m which the English Jewish press handled the Chasanow
others of its type.
We can hardly credit ourselves with as powerful J*P
on the Navy Department's current fiasco-as we engaged m ^
Bncker fought to limit the Presidents treaty making P<
'fleet, to destroy further our government's chances ol wr
Genocide Pact. This, of coure, is because Abraham Chasin
is suspect, and we fear a growing tide the irresponsible
of Communists with Jews. Our own intelligence must oe ^ ^
desert Chasanow so unceremoniously for this reason; *>
tegrity. -
TV set h',
Meanwhile, I pick up the Washington station on -
my Sheraton-Belvedere auite. disregard a snowy. imP""^
coming from sixty miles away and listen to Mr. Roy c
as best I can.


JUNE 11. 195<
to Climax 'Know Your America
ik; Speakers, Entertainers Slated
Emanu-EI Men
Install June 12
PAGE 5 A
lanlic
Know Your America
rally will be held in Fla
h>ark on June 16 to climax
Your America Week" in
-eater Miami area marked
13 to 19. according to
[Beach City Councilman Har-
Let, on the arrangements
said that prominent speak-
Broadway entertainers are
ear on the program. The pub-
...vited.
licipal Court Judge Lawrence
an, of Miami Beach, is gen-
hairman of the "Know Your
ca Week" campaign, which is
to educate the public to
enefits of democracy and
up the deficits of Commu-
by the American Conference
Combat Communism.
treasurer.
Members of the board of direc-
tors to be installed include Gil Bal-
kin, Leonard Coleman. Henry Cove,
civic J?' M,KT Beach Irving <**" Raymond Fei"er,
I ', """U> ,ri"ler- ""I MOTTU Dubler, Abe Fletcher, Ben
"lu President of theiZion Ginsburg, Ben Greene Her-
hucn organizations as !ho Amen- M,n ~ <'"'> of Temple Emanu-El bert Gutman, Donald Kaplan, Dr.
Sherman Kaplan, Sam Katz, Mar-
to
vin Kimmel. Joe Kogas, Solomon
can Legion. Elks, American Jewish s'"l,r';"> night. More than 300 per
Committee. Guardians of Liberty Ml"'"'"'M and Greater Miami 52 Association nual ll,8*litflon dinner dance at Lichtcr, Max Mangold, Hank Mey
are behind the campaign. Maurice ,h'' 1)""lo Hotel. cr. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, Dr.
Klein is leading the Legion par-j Rabbi Irvin" >-<'hrman. spiritual Don Michnoff, Gershon Miller, Joel
ticipation. assisted by Mrs. Rose leader' wi" svrve installing offi- Newman. Joe Rubin, J. J. Perlmut-
Field, of the American Legion Aux ccr A eomPlete program of enter-1 ter, Phil Samon, Al Lehrman, Mil-
tainment and dancing will be pro-! ton Sirkin, Milton Smith, William
Sussman, Morris Schneider, George
campaien has been inspired
meth Myers
Is Degree
Judge Hoffman is representing
the Elks. Seymour Samet. Miami f,oldher* who wi" succeed Irv-
attorney, is representing the AJC i '"8 CyPen U president- is chair"
Stephen Szabo will represent the' I"" ^ '"'""da committee for
Guardians of Liberty. Sports in Israel ana a member of
"Know Your America Week" has
already been endorsed by President
Eisenhower.
A full program of events is
scheduled in this area from June
Talianoff. Sidney Teller, Henry
Waitzkin, Sam Wiesen and Raphael
Yunes.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Channing
Mrs. Liebman to Act as
Consultant at Peabody
Mrs. Malvina Liebman, county-
director of elementary education
will act as a consultant to a work-
shop for elementary supervisors at
Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.,
July 19-26.
During the workshop, Mrs. Lieb-
man will handle the specific topic
of "The Public Schools and Com-
munity Relations."
It will be her first trip to Pea-
body although she has handled
workshops during previous sum-
mers in Chicago, Atlantic City and
other cities.
He is also chairman of emergency
welfare services for the Miami
Beach division of Civil Defense and
active in the Masons and Elks.
Alfred Stone. Al Ossip, Jules
13 to 19, Judge Hoffman announc.|(hanning and Edward Newman
, will be installed as vice presidents
aneth Myers son of Mr. and A poem. "Stars and Stripes." is | to work with Goldberg. Mike Sal-
fe^nhifwCelkcl,.aGude J d at "-* rally. Lot will take office as secretary.
the national executive committee, have been named co-chairmen of
>a Hhe I mvrsity of North Caro-
bneth plans to attend Law
in September. While at the
feity, he distinguished him
Is in outstanding student, be
ecled to Phi Beta Kappa and
Egma Alpha, undergraduate
Lgtic honorary society.
km also named to the Order
Golden Fleece, highest men's
tary on campus. Myers is the
IJewish student elected to the
py in the history of the Uni-
of North Carolina.
Itive in the Debate Council, he
as its president and won
All-Southern Intercollegiate
In addition. Myers served on
(ens Honor Council and Stu-
| Legislature.
i a cadet captain in AFROTC,
las a public information offi-
received the designation
Languished Military Graduate."
|yers was member of Tau Ep-
i Phi social fraternity. Attend-
he exercises were his parents
| sister. Judy.
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William Sussman, Morris Schneid-
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Abraham Fletcher and Gershon
Miller.
Members of the entertainment
and decorations committee include
a
Aaron Bookspan, Alfred Stone,
Mrs. Irving Cypen, Ed Newman
and Sam Katz.
Co-chairmen of the hospitality
committee are Dr. Herman Mech-
lowitz and Irving Schatzman. Mem-
bers include Irving Cypen, Henry
Waitzkin, Herbert Gutman, Milton
Sirkin, Gil Balkin, George Talian-
off, Henry Cove, Irving Firtel, Ben
Zion Ginsburg, Ben Greene, Dr.
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Sylvia Chertkof to Wed Here June 12
Sylvia Chertkof. daughter of Mrs.
Qua Ginsburg. will be married on
Saturday evening. June 12. to Mr.
Harry Papier. Somorville. N.J., at
the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Only immediate members of the
lamily will be in attendance.
Mrs Chertkof has been a resi-
dent of Miami for 20 years and has
been active in organizational wrk
during that time She has held
many top-level positions of leader
ship, serving as an officer on the
Board of the Greater Miami Jen Ish
federation, Conference of Jewi-h
Women's Organization-. National
i ciuncil of Jewish Women and
Greater Miami Jewish Community
(enter.
Dunne the past year, Mr- chert-
r."\ was director of public relations
Mount Sinai Hospital and co-
llated Um successful Jubilee
held last March at Miami Beach
Auditorium.
has BUM written and directed
numerous original plays and pro
i grams for many organization!! here,
being recognized as an authority
in thi- field
Following their honeymoon, the
couple will be joined by Mrs. Chert
kof's two children. Stanley and
Carol, and will reside in Somer
ville. where Mr Papier is engaged
(in the baking business.
Mr Papier is a native of New
Jerse> and has been active there
for many years.
Members of the family arriving
for the ceremoiiN will include Mr
and Mrs Joe Goldstein and sona,
of Gallic, Va ; Mr Sol Witt, of
South Boston, Va., and Mr anil
Mr- Murray Nathanv Rego Park.
Long Island. N Y
try?
'
Mm. Sylvio Cfterfftsf
Sandra Louise Dubbin Becomes Mrs.
Alfred Viener: Groom is Dental Studenl
- lr.. Louise Dubbin a>
rried to Alfred Edward Viener
i ceremonj Sundaj in the
Hotel Rabbi Mas
A reception
.'.cd the rite- Ifl the
ighl Room.
bride i- the daugbti
nd M Ubert S Dubbin,
"' I ave Mi i

Orleans I
rriagi bj I

pink sill
.....
her -kirt was thi
'.:
I
ble w hich
ndmother had
ried at her v tai bed
r bridal 1; iw.-r- ol orchid-.
phanotis
Mtei also attin
": Bonnie Iiub
maid oi hon
n .1- her sister-
it Hi I- ne Iiuhhin
r attendants were Mr- Hi:
\m R.i >. r i-r. Birmingham, Ala .
tundra Huh
ho < ame from school in
Gainesville to take par) In her eou
Robin Dubbin, the
bride's < ister
All the attendants wore pale pink
tat in, waltz-length govrns
with matching satin shoes and
hair hats Their flower- were
old fashioned bouquets ol Amer
ican beauty r.- Melvin Rosen-
i
Mrs. AHrtd Viener
berger, bridegroom's cousin, was
tx man Uahen included Murray
Dubbin, the bride's brother. Barry
Farber. Joseph clem. Edgar Co-
ben, New Orleans, Harr> Viener,
the bridegroom's cousin from Nat-
1 cha
Following a wedding trip to Nas-
sau and Cuba the couple will re-
ridCJ in New Orleans, where Ihe
bridegroom has another year in
dental school at Loyola Universal)
The bride will continue her studies
at Sophie Newcomh College ol Tu-
lane University
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PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr and Mr- O-car I--.H-on. Mi-
ami Beach, are at Duncraggan Inn.
Hender-onville. N (.".. for a two-
w.ek vacation, Mr. Isaacson la Mi-
ami office manager of Merrill
Lynch Pierce Fenner & Beane.

Mr and Hfl Sol I.yon-. of 2262
SW loth ave. have left for Man-
' hattan Beach, Brooklyn. NY. to
mi! their son- Dr. Albert and
Clarence Lyons.
<& -to -to
Mr and Mr- budor Sharoft 1150
SW !ith st. are off for Brooki>n
\ \ where they will attend their
Ison's wedding on June 20
Mr ..nd Mrs. George CotkBY, of
WHO Harding ave., have left to al
'tend graduation exercises of their
grandson at Harvard I niversitv
The Cohem also plan to -pend
some time in White I'l.nn- before
Mentioning with relatives ::i Tea
neck. N.J.
Mr and Mr- Louts <> B
field celebrated their 4!lth Wedding
anniver-jr\ with a dinner at Gray's
Inn Restaurant this week Bloom
field, a local realt wife. Ida. in Boston. The couple
came to Miami in 1923.
I
Mr ind Mrs Max R. Silver. 710
SW 21st rd.. Miami, were ho-t- at
a Bon Voyage honoring Mrs Ethel
Shochet prior to her leaving for
Switzerland by plane la-t week,
where she joined her son-in-law
I and daughter. Mr and Mrs A Fin
, ley Binder, on a F.uropean tour
I Some 50 guests attended the recep-
I tion at the Silver home
Cr
Mr. and Mrs. James David I.ieb
man. of 1117 Aduana ave (oral
Gables, have returned from a two-
week tour of Mexico.
Cantor and Mrs Samuel Kelemer
have left for a meeting of the
American Conference of Certified
Cantor- sponsored by the Hebrew
Union College of Sacred Mu-ir. at
Cincinnati. O. From there, they
will travel to New York, where
Cantor Kelemer will be a guest
at th. Cantor-' Assembly of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
tr It Ret Rudoll F Brill, Cantor of
Zamora Jewish Center in Coral
Gables left Wednesday morning
for Bangor. Maine, where he will
visit with his children and attend
the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson
Ha will remain in Bangor lor about
a month, after which he will return
to his home here at 1960 SW 33rd
ave.
th
Affli1
Miss Aline Ofenreia
.Mine's Troth to Jay
Told by Obersteins
Aline and Jay met when she was
a -ophomore in Miami Beach High
SchiMil and he a freshman in col-
lege.
Now, three years later, her par
ants, Mr. arfd Mrs. Joseph oaer
stem. 1051 Michigan ave.. Miami
1 Beaih. announce the engagement
ol their daughter. Ainu to Ja> M
Mitchell, son of Mrs Gertrude Dun
m i. 46 NE 47th st.. Miami, and the
late Fphrann Mitchell.
Ooerstein graduated from
Miami Beach High School, where
was mi ias.ii j ol National For-
etude League, circulation man
of Typhoon and participated in
many other school organizati
She is now attending th,.- Univer-
"i Florida, when she aau >
1 representative to Hall Council.
Mr hfitcfaeU attend I Brooklyn
Ti > hnicai High School in New ^ ark
and graduated salutorian front Ml
ami Technical High School. He at-
tended the University of Mtnmi
Hd the UniversitJ ol Florida,
whire his major was engineering
Mr. Mitchell's social fraternity
is Alpha Epstton Pi He i- pi
ly with the Signal Corps at Camp
Banning Georgia.
Both the bride elect and pro
spective bridegroom came to Miami
j from New York six years ago. No
i definite date has been set for the
; wedding.
I)avl HfHlimi
vinBayfl
Mrs Sadie Beck. ijjTJ
*. has ann.,unwdiv
h daughter. Ehin, -
L. Rodin *'1
";'- umuag th. ^
eld last month in p^j" '
and they are being ,
he first time nw
The bndp is the daa-
Beck and the late Sj-
<">< ol the r-iundersTil
>hoe bain She
broker ,.-.,, h -i
S- Beck I;, -. (I|J|*I
Mr Kodin. .,f Siouuitii
1001 Cas, Hr.,advi ?'
r. i- an investment
is *' 'i'l-ni of f^
netunnu and Mail OjM
Cgy, and ., cr.rus grown|
After an extensiveMf!
pie will re-ide at Bay L
turni. g Uter thi-suninutbi
City
Mrs. Da.id 1. ftls
Pc^L'n (immcrWl
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teacher I nished her |
here and si!i|
stud) '"I irday at tat I
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and Spanish dancing.
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I Guests to Witness
Mitniek Bar Mitzvah
Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Mitniek. will become Bar Mitz-
vab on Saturday, June 12. ;it th->
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
Jules attends Kinloch Park Jun-
ior High School and Flagler-Gra-
nada Hebrew School.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton I.con, of
Miami, and Mr. and Mrs Saul Ha-
ber, of Coral Gables, business as-
sociates of the Bar Mitzvah lath-
er, will be among the guests at-
tending the Bar Mitzvah.
Jules will chant the traditional
Maftir and interpret the Weekly
Portion of the Bible. Rei Leo
Heim,- religious leader, will offici-
ate.
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PAGE-7A
tj. Henry Zibman
jnsii, Reside
ladelphia
L Zibman and the for-
iRcn.e Klein were mar-
Ly 22 al il"' Hotel Con-
V.ih Rabbi Joseph Narot
pic will live in Philadcl-
[honexm i ming at Plau-
dit Harbor, Plantation
e is ilv daughter of Mrs.
Eli'iii. li' lei Continental.
Ln i- the son of David
Hyncote, Pa and Mrs.
lodelman. 8630 Indian
Beach.
tit Kli ii gave his sister
Mi ind Mrs. Edwin
faded the couple. A din
pception for clone friends
u followed at the hotel.
V
Morilyn f. Hurwi/i
l.vn Hurwitz
Award
P>n Elaine Hurwitz. daugh
I Mr and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz.
rented with the DAR good
phin award at Graduation
ps oi the Coral Gables elc-
School (ii June 4.
iho received the John New-
id and a certificate of
|f"r meritorious work in the
Marilyn was a member of
ampn,n volley ball team rep-
fng Ihe tith year in the Intra
ISeries. *
I'- student at Beth David
School and a member of
aba Shu;, Chapter of Young
Ride Scheduled
Pw Women. Golda Myerson
I*'1' nol.l a boat ride on Sun
F" 13.8 p.m., on the Yacht
v-". leaving Pier 8. Co-
m of the affair are Mrs.
md Mrs Anna Frey.
Sinforrf Goldstein
Sanford Goldstein to
Become Bar Mitzvah
Sanford It Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, Galax,
Va and grandson of Mrs. Gus Gins-
burg, 919 SW 4th st., Miami, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, June 12, al Beth El Con-
ition R ibbi Shmaryahu Swir-
.-ky will officiate. Sanford has
been making his home with his
grandmother for the past two years
in order to attend Religious School
here and has jusl completed sev-
enth grade .it Ada Merrill Junior
High School.
Out-of-town guests, in addition
to his parents, will be his brother,
Bernard, oi Galax; his uncle, Sol
Witt, Smith Boston, V.i ; and his
aunt. Paula Nathans, of Long I-
land, NY.
Leigh ton Plaskoff
Is Bar Mitzvah
Leigh ton, son of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Plaskoff, 4716 SW I il
Miami, was Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day June 5. at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center.
Leighton attend- Kinloch Junior
High School, where he is a Junior
Deputy Sheriff and a member ol
the Boy Scouts.
He successfully passed the Bar|
Mitzvah examination given by the
Bureau ol Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
Rev. Leo Heim. religion- leader.
officiated. A reception, sponsored
by the parents, followed the serv-
ice-.
Galbut Bar Mitzvah
AtBeth David on 12th
Howard Nathaniel Galbut, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Galbut. 2015
SW 13th st.. Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Syna-
gogue on Saturday morning, June
12.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate.
A seventh grade student at Shcn-
andoah Junior High School, How-
ard also attends Both David Reli-
gious School.
The Bar Mitzvah is the grandson
of the late Al Galbut, Miami Beach.
Couple Mark
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glicken-
haus, 2fi!)!> SW 17th ave.. long-time
residents of Miami, recently Cele-
brated their golden wedding anni-
versary with a dinner at the Colony-
Restaurant.
They came here from Newark.
N.J.. where Mr. Glickenhaus was
for many years in the art metal
business.
Present for the anniversary din-
ner were their two sons. Judge Ja-
cob S. Glickenhaus and Paul Glick-
Howord N. Galbut
accompanied by their families.
Also present were a daughter,
Mrs. Adele Levine. with her daugh-
ter, Martha, and son. David, resid-
I enhaus. both of Newark. Both were ing in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, of 1141 SW 10th st., left
June 2 for an extended tour cf Israel. Mr. Reinhard, vice pres-
ident of the Hebrew Academy and one of its founders, has
been a long-time resident of Greater Miami and was responsi-
ble for the organization and promotion oi many philanthropic
educational and religious institutions in this area. A bon.
voyage presentation of luggage was made to the Reinhards
at an Academy Board of Directors' meeting Sunday, May
30. B. I. Binder, president, and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz,
president of Hebrew Academy Women, extended greetings.
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Yomen Students
Hire Reeitat
Margaret Yomen students of the
piano will appear in an annual re-
cital at the Yomen Music Studio.
1800 Michigan
June 13. 2 p.m.
Oxford Sehool
t ottHirurtion to
lleqin on ttearh
("(instruction work is about
beein on the new Oxford School at
ave.. on Sunday. 1204 West ave. Miami Beach. Ap-
pointed as chairman of the build-
ing committee is Sidney Davidson,
who i- associated as stock broker
with H. Hentz and Company, mem-
bers of the New York Stock Ex
change.
Davidson is a graduate of Cor-
nell University, class of 1936 He
in Me
Only those children who perfect-
ed and memorized at least three
compositions will perform.
Seymour Spolter. 12 years old.
heads the class this year by playing
10 compositions. These include
two Omenti sonatinas. Mozart so ; ne" l mv"sl,>- "" '
n>i> in r Rarh nminri. Mn i anrf received his degree there
nata in C, Bach prelude No. 1 and
pieces by Beethoven. Durand. Ell
menreieh. Lichner and Mendels-
sohn.
A group of Israeli dances, ar-
ranged by Margaret Yomen especi
ally for several pupils, will be per-
formed by Edith Beck. Marilyn
Katz. Rosalyn Klein. Allan Rock
chanical Engineering and is a reg
istered professional engineer in
Florida and in New York.
A native of New York, he has
resided in Miami Beach since 1946.
During World War II. Davidson
was engineer and superintendent
of mechanical and electrical con-
struction on several of the large
i Hebrew Acotkmy Forms PTA;
Membership Elects Slots
Flection of Hebrew Academy |
, PTA officers for the coming year!
took place on Thursday, in thej
home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, (
3722 Royal Palm ave.
Slate was presented by Mrs. Jo-
seph Zemel. chairman of the nom-
inations committee Offices filled
are president, two vice presidents,
secretary- treasurer and social sec-
retary
This was the first election for
the Hebrew Academy PTA. for-
merly known as Hebrew Academy
Room Mothers.
Mrs Cershon Miller. Academy
dramatics director, presented a
characterization of Robert Bench-
ley's humorous monologue. "A
Treasurer's Report."
-------n------_ ------- ------ sirucnon on several <>i
way Seymour Spolter and Leslie; proJects ln the country
ZeDI,z He also served with the IS Air
The following children complete Force in the Material Command
the list of performers Leah A! Prior to joining the Hentz Com-
pert. Roberta Barad. Renee ("her pany as broker. Davidson prac
in. Betsy and Candy Frankel. Mans ticed consulting engineering in air
< it-want. Carol Hochberg. Ellen Ka conditioning
pit. Patti Kantor. Bonnie and Mich-
ael MOMS, Edward Phillips. Arlene
Knsen. Betsy and Janet Rosen. Jeff
and Kathy Steele and eight-year
old Judy Zehit* who will perform
h. r own arrangement of Brahms
Lullaby.
He is a past president of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce and is a member of
the Miami Beach President-' Coun-
cil. He is 38. and married to the
Manrow Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Manrow. formerly of 103 Mendoza
ave Coral Gables, and 2100 SW 7th
ave will take place Sunday. June
13. 11 am., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Mr. Manrow is survived by two
sons. Morton, of Miami, and Dr.
Arnold Manrow. of Silver Springs.
Md : a daughter. Mrs Edith War
Auxiliary Ends Season
I.at meeting ol the Looii l>
Bramie,. Auxiliary, No 190 Fret
Son- ol Israel, wa- held June 3 at
the Palmer House Hostess tnr the
evenin- ITU Mr- GtU Schualh
Plan- were mad.' for a barbecue to
be held in Augu-t at Mr- Harry
Schuldiner- home Proceed- will
go to Lend A Hand Fund.
----- ------- "- .nu. a u.iuKiiier. .Mrs r.imn w ar-
lormerZenaReye- They have-one vh.m ,,, Vlami. and ,wo grand.
child and reside at 7837 Abbott
ave Miami Beach
\- chairman of the Building
Committee. Mr Davidson will
guide and direct the program of
construction for Oxford School and
T..rah Temple, both of which are
scheduled to be built and r. a occupancy by the end of August
A Herbert Mathes as architect
children Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer s Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Levine Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry D.
, Levine. formerly of 4445 Jefferson
for the first phase of the building ave and previously of Philadel-
program which includes Oxford Phia. Pa., was held Wednesday.
| School Resident Hall June 9. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiating. Mr Levine is survived
by his wife, Edna, and two daugh
ters. Barbara and Enid, both of
Miami Beach. Arrangements were
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company.
Hebrew Academy Students Prepare
For Graduation at Empress Hotel
' "mr an.I spiritual leaders and tata. entitled "Our American Herit
prominent dignitaries in the Great-1 age." will be the 60-voice Academv
er Miami area will attend com chorus, under the direction of Mi"
mencement exercises of the third j riam Donnerstag. musical director
graduating class of the Hebrew Mrs. fVrsK_ Mi, .
Xeademv on Wednesdas evening iJS (,rrshon tMlller' dramatics
' *'' director, is m charge of directing
if#\s% 'if inn __
Mrs. Charlotte Fried, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mm. Nat Blum-
berg, 1285 SW 19th tor., has
graduated with a degree in
Dental Hygiene from North-
western University, where
she was presented with one
of her school's highest hon-
ors the Scholastic Award.
Mrs. Fried is the author of a
number of papers on dental
hygiene, which will appear
in national medical journals
shortly. She plans to join her
parents here on June 27.
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June 9. 8 pm. in the coronation
room of the Empre-- Hotel
Dr Jay r \\ IV.irson. prr-.irl.-n!
Inn. -r-ity ol Miami will de-
liver the charge I the i iduating
class Hi- topic will be "What Do
We Expect from Our Children''
Greetings on behalf of the City of
Miami Beach will be extended t>\
Mayor Harold Shapiro
Leo Mindlin, new- editor of The
Jewish Floridian, will present an
Essay andI Journalism award spoa
sored by his paper Maunc- Klein, Harry Michael Wolper
chairman of Miami Beach Idge
No. 1601. will award an American
ism prize to the winner of the es
say contest on What Democracy
Means to Me."
Brief greetings will be presented
on behalf of the affiliated organiz
ations of the Hebrew Academy.
The scholarship award will be
presented by Mrs. Sidney Rubin..
witz. president of Hebrew Academy-
Women, to Warren Teitelman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Teitelman
419 SW 30th rd Miami.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Hebrew Academy, will greet grad-
uates and guests on behalf of the
men's organization and will alu.
make a Citizenship presentation.
Participating in the musical can
the program Narrators of the cm
tata written bv Jack DMaMntag,
in honor of the American Jewish
ntenary, will be the 13 mem
ben of the graduating da-- They
are Marvin Bentnleld. Ephraim
Eisenberg, Aaron Pensterbeim.
Bany Hir-h llonig. Robert Ier.
Norman Joel I.achman. William
Mamche-. Marshall Jacob Saper
stem. Raphael Stephen Skop. Je-
rome Richard Temchin, Warren
Teitelman, Joel Albert Wadler and
Diplomas for the Hebrew and
English departments will be pre-
sented by Samuel M. Grundwerg,
treasurer of the Academy, and
Shepard Broad. Mayor of Bay Har-
bor Islands.
Also scheduled to present awards
are Service by David Provus: Stu-
dent Government by Mrs. Charles
Gertler. newly-elected president of
Hebrew Academy PTA; and the
Hebrew Studies award, given by
the Lobel family, in memory of
Mr Solomon Lobel. by Kolman
Luria
Recipient of this award will be
Ephraim Eisenberg. son of Mr and
Democratic Club Slates
Victory Card Party
A card party and entertainment
will be staged at the Roxy Hotel
on Thursday evening. June 17. by
the Democratic Club of Miami
Beach.
At a meeting of the organization
held this week. Dr. Samuel A.
Cluck, president, announced that
proceeds of the party will go to-
ward defraying the expenses of a
celebration in honor of the six vic-
torious candidates the club en-
dorsed for state and county offices
who were elected.
The entertainment committee
will consist of Mrs. Irene Green-
berg, chairman, assisted by the
Mesdames Kate Vesely. Sally Ros
enson. and Peter Davidson. George
Bezner. Jay Fine and Joseph Bar
bieri.
'N THE CIRCUITS*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL,
AND FOR DADE Kaa
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NOTICE BY pna
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HFPKKY lilVKN thai
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Goodrich Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Allan J.
Goodrich, formerly of 225 East 10th
st Hialeah. will take place Sunday.
June 13. 2 pm. at Mt Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery, with Rev.
Leo Ileim officiating. Allan is sur-
Vived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Goodrich; ;< lister, Sandra;
and a brother. Kent Arrangements
are in charge ..f Palmer's Miami n.\SA\>\ iikai ty sai...\
Monument Company Fnends and Sffi^jR^^'Ta?* of"thTcE!
relatives are asked to attend.
Fishier Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Fishier, formerly of 40 SW 30th
rd.. will take place Sunday. June
13. 11:30 am... at Mt Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating. Mr. Fishier is survived
by two sons Herbert, of Miami,
and Ira. of New York; a daughter.
| Mrs. Minnie Bloom, of Miami; two
brothers. Saul, of Brooklyn, and
Julius, of Los Angeles; a sister.
Mrs. Max Feldman. of Los Angeles;
and four grandchildren. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Monument Company.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is herbhy oivk.n that
tin- un.li-1 pUiii.,1 dcnliliiK lo anaM1 I"
buahipaa nndi-r ihr rictTlloua name ..f
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Hit- t lerk ..f the Circuit Court of laada
^ ounly. Florida.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1M773
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do a... ju.la.nent |,v default will !
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BUIUded In the Kill f Cotnplaim
a not ire xhall be iiul.li-hed once
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the Empresa Hotel, include Melvyn Benenfeld. Ephraim Ziemtf^Aa!?!?^0* f0** *
Hirsh Honig. Robert laser. Norman Joel Lachman' WiLmTSJSi Z^Ti^I^
stein. Raphael Stephen Skop. Jerome Richard Temchin. Warna^TSelrnr7n ift ^ ^P8'"
ler and Harry Michael Walper. Also shown are Malcolm Furman and?S JfiL?1*"1 Wad:
ers. and Rabbi Alexander Grosa, principal. n and AUrod Cosman, teach-
weeka
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[mrJElI. 1954
iihi Women
Installation
Lred Stone will be install-
l,j,i,.[it of Tamara Chapter,
fWomen. on Sunday eve-
13. 6 p.m., at the Ral-
Vficers to assume posts
Lde the Mesdames Israel
[lexandcr Gross and Max
vii e presidents; Irving
surer; Sidney Margulies,
secretary; Irving Spol-

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Mrs. Alfred Sf.M
Ksponding secretary; and
|uru. financial secretary.
I.chrman, spiritual
bf Temple Emanu-El, will
filing .nicer. Cantor Philip
fr. also of Temple Emanu-
rendiT several musical
In charge of reservations
flax Frank.
I members include the Mes-
lax Frank, honorary presi-
irael Vulish, ways and
lAlexander Gross, program;
Shalom, publicity; Charles
ulletin. Evelyn Wolff, so-
etary: Frank Burg, journal;
Itone. Dina and Henry Chill
Mesdames Louis Makovsky,
funit Klias Rosch, Jewish
Fund; Betty Levitt, re-
torts: and Abraham Barkan,
Botsfeld boxes.
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Biltmore Playhouse Star Consumes
WSPM** Performance
-
Not since Father Day s
brood were devouring tremendou j ,',rc 5?**" ** -vening for
repasts in "Life With Father." has *" ", weok *"W ordinarily
so much eating been done on the bevonri ih 'naI cconplishnient
staae as en** nn k _; _. Pe>ond the
stage as goes on each night i
"Glad Tidings" currently playing
at the Biltmore Theater.
Lisa Ferraday, Charles Korvin
and other participants in the Ed-
ward Mabley comedy are required
to spend a good deal of their on-
stage time exchanging persiflage
over the breakfast table in the first
and third acts while consuming
prodigous amounts of real orange
juice, eggs, toast and coffee.
Miss Ferraday in particular is re-
quired to perform gastronomic
feats beyond the call of duty Play-
wright Mabley s plot calls for I he
leading lady to eat a full lobster in
the third act breakfast scene at
each performance. Fortunately,
Miss Ferraday adores lobsters.
"Do I have to pass up dinner
before coming to the theatre to
make room for the lobster.'" the
actress repeated in response to a
visitor's query at a rehearsal yes-
terday. "Of course not! I'd rather
eat lobster than act. As a matter of
fact, I look forward to those third
acts and a delicious meal each eve-
ning.
Consuming a crimson crustacean
actress.
"tope of the average
h..I,".!'1,,0 cfe of s* Hasso. who
h.dt,1Pr()|PlntneNew York pro-
duction in the fall of 1954. her pas-
-on for lobster was so great that
despe158 performances of "Sad
Tidings on the road and in New
>ork, in the course of which 158
oUstcrs| were eaten by Miss Hasso.
lime did not wither or custom (tale
her appetite for that favorite dish.
"I could easily go on strike if I
wanted to." Miss Ferraday. in the
role now at the Biltmore. told her
visitor," and demand a change of
diet at each performance. After all
it wouldn't hurt the play if I ate
frog's legs or boiled eels in the
third act. But those lobsters inter-
est me. I really look forward to
them."
Moonlight Born Dance At
A Moonlight Barn Dance for all
of the Adult members and friends
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. Beach Branch, has
been announced by Mrs. Carl Suss-
kind. chairman of the Center's
adult activities committee.
The dance will be held on Satur-
day. .June 12, under the stars on
the Center's newly refinished out-1
door recreation area.
Singing Van and his hoedowners '
PAGE 9 A
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Beach Branch GMJCC
will be in charge of calling the
dances and furnishing the music.
According to Jack Lampert and
Seymour Gelber, the evening's pro-
gram will include stunts, skits,
games, surprises and prizes.
The barn dance committee con-
sists of Al Curson, Leon Epstein,
Seymour Gelber, Miss Leila Gross,
Jack Lampert, Mrs. Phillip Lefko-
witz. Miss Marie Morewitz, David
Pearl and Mrs. Carl Susskind.
Last "Magic Carpet"
Series at Library
The last program of the "Magic
Carpet" film series which has been
presented at the Miami Public Lib-'
rary this spring will be given
Thursday. June 17. at 1 and 8 p.m..
in the main library's air condition-
ed auditorium.
The pictures shown will be "Gua-
dalajara." narrated by Walter Abel,
"Hill Towns of Guatemala," "Treas-
ure Trove of Jade" and "Trip
Through Mexico."
Free tickets may be obtained at
the main library and branches on
Monday, June 14, 6 p.m.
Swim-Dance at Fleetwood
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center's Young Adults are
sponsoring a swim-dance on Sun-
day, June 13, 8 p.m. at the Fleet-
wood Hotel.
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+Jeni*t>ncri(#*n
_jTUDAY,
GLOBAL SHORTS
Subsidy on Oil Ended; Price
Rise of $15,000,000 is Saved
JERUSALEM The price'
of fuel oil rose in Israel in the wake j
of the announcement last Friday I
that the government was discon-J
tinuing the payment of subsidies to'
keep down the price of oil The gas
companies have already upped ;
their prices while transport com-
panies have announced that they
are this week preparing new and '
increased fare schedules to make
up the difference in their fuel I
costs.
U.S., Britain Stirred by
Jordan's Quitting Debate
UNITED NATIONS (JTAiThe
American and British delegations
at the United Nation were busy
checking with their respective gov-
ernments on what should be their
attitude toward Jordan's withdraw-
al from discussions on the Pales-
tine issue in the IN Security Coun
oil. TS.e withdrawal, which was offi-
cially announced late last Friday
by Abdul Monem Rifai. Jordan Am
bassador to Washington, is consid-
ered here a refusal by the Jordan
(Government to submit in advance
to any decisions the Security Coun
cil may take on the complaints and
counter-complaints of Jordan and
Israel
Mizrachi Labor Convention
Appeals for Aid to Israel
GREENFIELD PARE, Ma. II
(JTAi- Resolutions calling upon
the United States i migress t>> con-
tinue American aid to Israel and
the Middle Bad and not to allow
the shipment of American arm to
Arab countries w,re adopted at the
concluding session here ol the four-
day annual convention of the lia-
poel Hamizrachi of America, a re-
lifffOUf labor Zionist group MOM
than 500 delegates attended the
convention
B'nai B'rith President
Urges Continued Support
BOSTON (JTAI Philip Klutz
nick, national president of B'nai
B'rith. this weekend attacked the
' stunning' tactics of the Soviet
1 Union in exploiting the tension be-!
tween Israel and the Arab states
Mr. Klutznick spoke at a three-day i
meeting of District Lodge No 1 ol j
B'nai B'rith which was attended by '
1.200 delegates from New York. I
New England and Canada. Mr !
Klutznick pointed out that be-'
tide Turitej the only state in the
Middle Fast that could be counted :
as an ally ol the democratic nations
u.i' Israel

Cantors' Association of Greater Miami receives its charter. Shown at the sitm'
right) Cantors Bernard Kelemer, treasurer; Irving Robinson, vice president- Jud V^J
lin; Judge Kenneth Oka. representing the group founded in February, 1948- c* -1
Kelemer. president; and Jack Bornstein. secretary. In addition to Cantors BonwS?
inson. the charter committee also included Ca ntors Edward Klein and AbrahtmSl
Mrs. Blank Again Heads North Dade Sisterhood
Israel Cabinet Urged to Start J" i"1"' Fire ,0 ,$roe,
Inquiry on Mizrachi Raid Fie,d$'' Cau$ HeavY Damage
Mrs Fred Blank has been
elected unanimously to a third
term as president of North Dade
Jewish Center Sisterhood.
Other elected officers are first
\ice president Mrs Max Rudolf:
second vice president. Mrs. Bert
Keyes; recording secretary. Mrs M
Koenig; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. M. Bluestein: financial secre-
tary. Mrs. B. CaU; treasurer. Mrs.
1 D. Goodman.
Appointed as standing committee
chairmen the Mesdames W. Boros.
C. Weissman. H. Shopmaker. H.
1 Schumann. M Goldman, H. Schil
1 ler. H Shor. I. Denmark. M Apfel
baum If. Lebow. R,|j
Aug'.i-i
The Sisterhood til) |
bare! Night on Sundjj.j
at 8:30 p.m. Featured t\
will be Vmce "Blue
original one-man band
TEL AVIV iJTA>The executive
c-itnmittee of the liapt.el llami/
rachi Party of Israel decided t>> de-
mand that the Cabinet establish a
commission of inquiry on the police
raid on the headquarters here of
1 he world Mizrachi central commit-
tee and to insist upon a govern-
ment apology for the raid These
are the identical demands put forth
at an emergency Cabinet Meeting
List week by the Orthodox Minis
ters on the Cabinet. At that time
tlie> were turned down by the ma-
jority.
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Jordanians ta-
ckle Jordan territory in the "tri-
I angle"' area of central Palestine
j this week end fired their own pas
I lures in an attempt to damage Is- '
I rael fields across the border at
' Kibbutz Eyal The Jordanians set
I fire to their fields when the triad
was blowing strongly toward Israel
| territory When Jewish settlers at-
tempted to fight the fire as it
crossed the frontier, the Jordan
ians opened up on them with heavy
automatic weapons.
German Parliament Debates
On Indemnification Criticized
BONN (JTAiThe Social Demo
cratic Party precipitated a sharp
debate in the West German Par
hament here over the Adenauer
Government'! failure to implement
Federal indemnification legislation
i'>r individual victims of Nazism
eleven months after the original
measure had been passed bj Par
hament. The opposition Social
Democrats and deputies oil leveral
of the government parties noted
that while the victim! ol Na/ im
still waited f.ir desperately needed
relief tune year- after the war
ended most <>f their "torturers"
were either employed in good jobs
re drawing pen i
British Parliament Debate:
Suez Canal Blockade
LONDON iJTAi More vigorous
action on the part of the British
Government to halt the Egyptian
blockade of the Suez Canal against
Israel-bound traffic was demanded
in Commons this week by Eric
Johnston, a Conservativo M P. A.
D Dodds-Parkcr. Under Secretary
for Foreign Affairs, insisted that
the government was taking all ac-
tion open to them within diploma
tic lines. "We are working through
the United Nations, and we think
that is the way to deal with this
situation and not to deal with it
unilaterally." he said.
Egyptian Envoy Discusses
Jordan River Plan Here
WASHINGTON (JTAiEgyptian
Ambassador Ahmed Hussein met
for over an hour this week with As-
sistant Secretary of State Henry A
Byroade to "seek information about
Egyptian American relations'' in
the wake of Mr Byroade's return
from the conference held in Tur-
key earlier this month by Amer-
ican diplomats assigned in the Near
I East Althtiugh the center of dis-
nission was an Anglo Egyptian set-
tlement ol Sue/ Canal difference,
it was learned that the Arab spon-
sored plan for Jordan River (level
opmenl ... among the topic, dii
cussed
Jewish Groups to Fight
Pro-Arab Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA) Counter
action of pro-Arab anti-Semitic pro-
paganda in this country and the in
terpretation of Israel's role among
the democratic nations is among
the major objectives of a joint pro-
gram plan for 1954 announced to-
day by the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, coor-
dinating body of six national Jew-
ish organizations and more than 30
local Jewish community relations
councils engaged in combatting
anti-Semitism and in fighting for
civil rights.
Rumania Bans all News of
Protest Against Arrests
TEL aviv iJT.m The end ol
the hunger strike ol 42 Rumanian
Jewish leaders in Israel dues not
mean the end ot the campaign
against tin- man arrest and im-
prisonmenl .f Zionist and Jewish
tnmmunal leaden in Rumania.
Jewish Agency leaders declared at
a mass meeting held here at the
Great Synagogue, site of the five
day hunger strike which was aimed
St bringing to world attention the
late of the Rumanian Jewish lead
! ers Reports from Rumania and
I monitoring of Radio Bucharest re
| vealed last week-end that the Ru
m,.man news agencies and radio
had blacked out all mention of the
fast in Israel in protest against the
Rumanian authorities' action
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First Military College for High
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TEL AVIV (JTA)brael opened
its first Army Command and Staff
College at inauguration exercises
I attended by President Ben-Zvi, Pre-
1 mier Moshe Sharett. Army Chief of
I Staff Gen. Moshe Dayan and high-
ranking army officers. Also present
were the students of its first class.
veteran officers holding ranks from
captain to colonel. President Ben-
Zvi. welcoming the first class, re
ferred to Israel as "the nation of
th Book and sword."
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Obituaries
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HIE UHLFELDEK
gj,owner "f Jewrlry
Tut SI Miami Heai-h.
L lived at 11 Mrrl.-
.1 ,.rvlcea were held
Funeral ''napel. Mr";
r.ivr I he operation of
fcr,> upon the death of
fllllain Ihlfelder aev-
Khe leaves a brother
, in New Vnrk and
EL
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rife
ster
I A.li
M. AARON
i Harbor dr.. mad
..., vlcea and- bprl.il
v.llh tl>e Reach
., ,-hnrgt of loea!
Aaron, a retired
.,. to Miami from
Beven rears ajro.
'Mrs. Anna Aaron,
. Mra Kvelyn Dp-
,i, i 'l.ili-bi'i-iie, both
ELLE S ULLMAN
v,.ii ave.. Kurfsule.
, ,. hnd> was seal to
I b'iri.il by the Itlveraide
'iineral Home. Mrs I'll-
[Ml.iini from New York
, she leaves her hus-
md two broth-
llS KRAFCHICK
|'.,-l n,-'"ii ave Miami
v :6 I uiieral serv lees
, the Riverside Miami
ill I.in IhI In Ml Sinai
i |Hfi hick, a retired
um New York
rn-' le ivon bis W if--. Mrs
tn-ii -.ris. David, Of
I seph, "f bong
, daughtei a, Mrs
Silin It'.th-
i d Mis Char*
I Beach.
|MiN KIRSHBERO
. I l: . i hare f"i H
\ mi mbei ol Beth
Mi Kii snberg came
hi n v Hi owned prop-
i p hia wife. Mis
j.. \ii in i. and two
il I......ml Mrs
v. Vorh s. i v-
Id Miami Ku-
il iti Moiiiit
ISIE WINSBERG
. i\e i 'oral labli*-.
n i local hog*
hi In <'nlcago
I.i i ternienl by Miami
shop, died June 4 In New York r
vlvora are his wife. Hi| daughter Mra. meaner HKkl, Ml"
ami; a alater, and two giandrhlMr-_
A realdent of Miami Hea,,, "","' '.'
Mr. Cohen member of the Ma
a.-iis, Shrine. Scottish Rile Klks |'>
rhaiiKe flub and the Miami leach
Chamber of Commerce. Hervlce n
burial look place In New fork!
PAULINE LEVINE
67, Of 2MI.II SW 19th St.. ,,,.,, HWIIV
Monday May 31. I a |J,.a| ,'','
Survlveil by her huaband, Samuel i
Hervlce. were held at Miami River-
irMe. Interment follower! In Mt \, i
Cemetery. n'"
DELIA STEINBERG
I M .i ml I leach.
in!e Li years
\ .1 and Is Miirvlv-
tl- I > t\ ill. a sun. Ma v.
I S J h i' a daughter,
Newark; four grand-
randchlldren,
acre In Newark,
nts by Rival aide
iiK-l, Miami Beach.
HARRY COURSHON
H, retired manufacturer and brothei
Of a well.kpown Miami Beach attor-
ney. Aaron t'ourahon, tli.-.i Kn.i.o
iun''.} r ''"'"-him. a realdenl hefe
for 16 years, coming from Chlva.0
lived at l.'.M s\v IMh s. Miami He
alao leaves hla wife. IVarl u _,,,
Hieldoni, of California; t .!.. ,K 1,,.-, .
Mra. Shirley Hasan-stein, of Miami
Heach. anil Mrs. Muriel Vitriol ,,<
New Jersey; another brothei ami two
platers, m. hull,,e Mrs. Anna Uiipman
of Miami, Serviie- were held in Rlvel
side Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach
with burial in Ml N'.l.....emeterv,
JACOB SKLAR
53. of Its Michigan ave Miami Beai h
died Haturday at I........ ii. ......
Brooklyn. N.V ii year* aim and w.i>
i retired manufacturer Surviving are
his wife, Rebecca, and two daughter*
Mrs. Janet Ureiiie and Mm Irene l-M
nionil. ImiHi of Miami Kervli
burial tiM.k plan- in Brooklyn, with
Riverside Memoiial Chapel, Ml.....
lleach, Iii charge totally.
CHARLES JACOBSON
8?. of six <\.llins ave Miami Beai h,
died Baturdaj In local hospital. A
retired department More operatoi
from I leiro i. ii, had lived on Miami
Beai ii for k tren yeai He is kui vlved
b> a son. Benjamin, "t Hollyu.....i.
I- la a daughtei. Mra Lillian Zule-
biiik. Detroit, and one grandchild.
Services and burial took place In De-
troit, Ith local .ii r ingeinenti bj Hell-
man Funeral Chapt i
J4COB M. COOPER
T.'i. of TOO 1. .-.in iii Miami Beai h
Services .mil burial took place In Cnl-
caito. Oordon Miami i:.;uh tSineral
i lome .is in iliiti ue locall).
8IMON GOLDBERG
66, of l.M" II.u rlaon n Hollj a.....1
lllell \esteril.l\ III | HollyM.....I bos-
pluil. Services and bin ml will be held
In hla home Ht) of Trenton, N 1 The
Qordoo Mlgntl lutieial Home was In
charge lor.iily. a retired insurance
and real estate dealer, ha leaves hli
wife. Bather, two sorts, a brother, and
two aislei s.
'" --on and i'""," ''- is survived
Ming in w'hlT',',rV'11 r-
Chapel -,.,,, he. 1 ',, ,' v- Me,n.)rlal
Wvlcei anil bu,,!:l'1 '" N"w,"k '""
JACOB GRUSHKIN
'k place in Brookhn,
Memorial 1 hapel, Ml-
harg* of local arrange-
and burial 1
"Ith rUversi.l
ami lleach. |n
lloiil.s
SELIG SHLOFROCK
rtS? yMrHmT3! ",w"-r "' "Sta
anop. .Mr Slilofi '"".....' ol the Jewish ivo 1 si-.
grnal order. Survi,,", .,.";. RS
Mis. i.ussi,. Shlofn.ck, Miami tw.
'->'. David and l^n.'and a daiih"
ter. Mis pannj, w,.,, brother
and a slater, all of New York c.tV
re* ware held si the Riverside
Memorial Chapel Miami Beach. Bur-
'" followed in Mt. sinai Cemetery.
ALBERT BERMAN
"\ residing ,.i the Albion Hotel, Baas.
ed away suddenl) Haturda> evening
omini from New v,,rk. he resided
here for the past it years and was in
,b?,i P?"I"T business. Survivors In-
l'e-,ch i',rloth*"r"' Jo*eph. of Miami
.nh and Herman, of Brooklyn, and
two Slaters, M,H. Rebecca Iajvlne and
vJ2i V""' ,s"verstein. both of New
...ii SC"1?" ,'*"K "la<'e at the Kiv-
,. !", ol:""1. I1,a'"n ''hapel. Inter-
ment followed at Mount Nebo Cetne-
,MR*- JENNIE BLOCH
6X. of .1...1 S\V Kith st.. died Tues.lav.
Bhe i.irne from Brooklyn. N.Y.. five
yearsia:o. Surviving are her huaband.
Abraham, and two brothers. Berv-
Mv;..,rVPeM Thur"dHy """""'
FPciL Show to Deal
With Gen. Lee Decision
"The Decision of Robert E. Lee,"
telling of a crisis in the life of one
of America's greatest generals, will
be dramatized on the television
program, "You Are There," on sta-
tion WTVJ, Sunday, June 13, at 4
p.m.
Outstanding actors will re-create
the tense period in the history of
the Union on the authentic dra-
matic show which is presented on
alternate Sundays by Florida Pow-
er & Light Co.
Gadon Honored
At Exercises
Louis Gadon, Beth David Relig-
ion- School faculty member, was
honored during graduation exer-
cises of the
school on June 3
for 17 years of
service.
Rabbi M :i v
Shapiro, Beth
David spiritual
leader, paid trib-
ute to Gadon for
his "selfless de-
votion as an in-
structor, as well
as for the many
Gadon years of leader-
ship as president
of the Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
tion of Greater Miami."
A scroll was presented to Gadon
by members of the congregation.
In charge was Zvi Rosencranz.
iLL'OT BURSTON
i'!l 1 ., \ Miami Heach,
P K' ^\ille 1 cut1 c, Mi Y.
AOELE COHEN
[Hi -; riled May :il at her
1 hei in \ ., |s ;,i;o
ISs She leaves a son,
il HUthti r, Alice, both of
pmi ArraacameMg are by
I I Cliapel.
kORRIS T LITT
ii'-- manufacturer, died |
UJ in i Reach bom.-, ?r."4 I
mn lie i survived by his'
It. an-! .1 .-on and daughter.
York Sei \ ices were held
f- Memorial Chapel, Miami
ri.il followed In New York.
ACK FELBER
JW I'mi, ter died June 1.
' He had lived here nine
n from New York He
foi a wholesale
mil a- a member of Tem-
Sui vlvora are hia
Bed two -on-., Hem y I m -
Kenneth, and a
I Marilyn, all of Miami;
- and ., sister, Services
m tbe Cordon funeral
iiuu.ii n .\n sinai Came-
.1 ..
1,
RS E KAUFMAN
[M r ., ,|,r(| June |
had lived here 10
are her htialaind,
e a daughter. Mra
|anter; and three sisters.
"""Mrs. Helen Herlln .mil
- Zeff. all of Miami. S.rv-
m charge of Riverside Me-
ipel, Miami.
EMIL Z. COHEN
iniii;,,, ,,.,.k dr_ Miami
f'<- ol a Lincoln Road candy
SAMUEL D. MOORE
the llulf Life Insurance Co, here for
is, died auddenl) yeaterdaj in a
liM-al bnapital He Is survived l>> lu-
witc, I'elia; a nun, IrwJn; a daughter.
Pearl; his mother, Mrs Rose Moore,
anil two sisters. (Jlsvdya and Y.tt.i
Sci-vlcea wen- held si the Hellman
Funeral Home. Miami Iteacb. Burial
was In Mt. Una I leiiietery.
MRS. FANNIE ELIAS
74. of KM SW 11th ter.. a member of
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregatlon, died Sunday In a local bos
fdtal. A resident here for the past
eight years, she moved to Miami from
1'lev-land, "bi" Mrs Elia.s is sur-
vived by her husband, Joseph; a broth-
er, Joseph Weiss, Miami Iteacb, and
a slater. Services took place at the
<;orn.n Miami Chapel Burial follow-
ed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
SIDNEY S. TOUSHAV
45, of l.Vifi Kmliil ave., Miami Heach.
a musician who played with band-';
at various Miami Heach hotels, died
Tuesday, A member of rhe Oeorg*
Qerabwln Lodge of the Knights "f
Pythias in New York. Mr 1 ..ushay
rame here about five years ago. His
mother, Mrs. I*aullne Toushay, or Mi-
ami lleach, survives him. Hervlces
and burial were held 111 New Tor*
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami
r.eacli. was in charge of local srrangi -
ments
MICHAEL E. RUBENSTEIN
. of ;ii Santlllane ave Coral Oables,
died In a hosplt.il Mondaj He came
here five years ago from 1 hlcago
A follllcr liuinager Of R""-:'1" '{['."
t'lrcus, he was a Mason. Work] wai
I veteran and a member of the Amer-
ican la-gion He Is survived by rour
sons, two brothers and one sister Gor-
don's Funeral Home made local ar-
rangements for services and funeral
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FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954
nders Says Sen. McCarthy
nspires Foreboding in Jew
tILTON FRIEDMAN
Telegraphic Agency
fcNGTON Does Sen. Jo-
McCarthy cause foreboding
Imerican Jews? Sen. Ralph
fcrs, Vermont Republican,
Irs asked the Senate to con-
he foreboding" McCarthy
in our fellow citizens of
blood and faith." Among
I said Flanders, fear of Mc-
"well-nigh universal" in
fthe fact that some of Mc-
closest associates are of
elements of Communist and Fascist 1 Nazi Emha
tyranny ... as citizens are set to'
spy upon each other.
and responsible government ii
smirched. Religion is set against
religion, race against race."
On the day Flanders spoke, the
B'nai B'rith lodge of Denver, Colo.,
held a panel discussion on the
topic: "Is McCarthyism a Threat
to American Jewry?" That same
assy properties in Wash-
ington confiscated by the U S Cus
^stabhshedltodian of Alien Property ^hu.
ler seized U.S. properties in Ger-
many.
Jews like other Americans,
listened in amazement when Mc-
Carthy announced it was the
duty" of Federal employes to give
him secret information even
though thi
day Rep. Emanuel'c'ellerchaTsed i 3T8" .""* was against ,he law
above the law' and torney General, expressly author]!-
ed to do so, said McCarthy's action '
set himself
"would be judge, jury and hang-
man." And it was this day that
, .. 1------- ., u.i mi- iuv trial
rth. "In seeking the or- newspapers reported a significant
Dis foreboding." said Flan-
Ihave been led to remem-
part the Senator played in
stigation of the Malmedy
and the strange tender-
displayed for the Nazi ruf-
lolved Perhaps this would
been enough to perpetu
boding, but his anti-Com-
so completely parallels
|Adolf Hitler as to strike
1 the heart of any defense-
only ."
nders opinion McCarthy is
tile for introducing in
"one of the characteristic
statement by Municipal Court Jus-
tice David A. Rose, of Boston,
Mass., chairman of the National
Civil Rights Committee of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Rose said "all the evaluations of
public opinion" indicate that
"Americans of the Jewish faith are
deeply concerned with current
threats to civil liberties."
Ironically, all this happened the
same day June 1 that Sen.
William Langer, North Dakota Re-
publican, chose to submit a Senate
was an attempt to usurp the author-
ity of the executive branch of the
government.
In Boston. 1.200 delegates attend-
ing an annual conference of Dis-
trict No. 1 of Bnai B'rith adopted
a resolution condemning disregard
for Constitutional authority "by
some officials of the Government."
The resolution did not name any
Government officials but made a
direct reference to the "disillusion-
ing spectacle" of the McCarthy-
Army hearings and said the "abuse
of power can lead only to the les-
sening of American prestige and
bill to pay the West German Gov-! international amity, to the impair-
ernment $300,000 as reparation for men) of individual liberty, and to
ibbi Narot will Head
Tercentenary Group
lonwide celebration call-
ewish leaders "a kind of
birthday party for the
[America*will be launch-
pptember of this year and
in Jewish communities
but the I'nited States.
Ightmonth celebration will
orate the 300th anniver-
I Jewish settlement in this
Joseph R. Narot, Temple
Ipiritual leader, has been
Jo serve as general chair-
Ithe Greater Miami Tercen-
Tommittee. Several organ-
meetings have been held
[purpose of discussing ten-
pograms for the Greater Mi-
during the Tercentenary
(ion period.
I historic event will involve
usalof the last three cen-
lof our achievements in
as well as serious stock-
ier the future." said Rabbi
[addressing organizational
of the committee at a
! last week.
tall for development of a
Miami Tercentenary Com-
|o which organizations will
Negates for the purpose of
fm involvement in the com-
i observance.
fie ways in which the Ter-
Py Jill be saluted in the
I'londa area are not yet
ed. Rabbi Narot explain-
roughout the country, corn-
's are planning conferences,
f radio and television pro-
I exhibits, concerts, pageants.
ation projects, and various
,"ren>nies and manv
Programs to mark the signifi-
fmversary event.
>eater Miami observance is
ro to include participants
warby South Florida com-
Z '"f !"-* Hollywood and
uoerdale Organizations are
*.appoint their official rep-
fenat '? ,hC Great MUlii
nr>- Committee.
Irla'n.'enary w,u mark h-
wognuion of the date in
fon it*?' When Jews
WlIanh,att> Inland seek-
Whhu and civic freedom. Al-
""ne .ndividual Jews had
es ,hes* 23 were the first
Jerge Bolet
Jorge Bolet to Open Summer Series;
Will Perform Tschaikowsky Concerto
the destruction of national confi- their guests.
Music everyone enjoys, light and
lyrical, perfectly tuned to the trop-
ic atmosphere, will be the fare this
summer for Greater Miamians and
dence and unity."
Several months a%o the national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League. Henry E. Schultz, said he
had frequently been asked: "Is
McCarthy an anti-Semite?" The re-
ply made by SduUU was that Mc-
Carthy was "certainly not an anti-
Semite in the sense that Gerald L.
K. Smith is ... He has made con-
spicuous use of his staff members
who are Jewish. But I believe the
curity of our minority groups is
Another summer of good music
and informal gaiety is in the mak-
ing the fourth season of the
Miami Beach Pop Concerts by the
University of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra, with John Bitter
as music director.
These concerts have, for the past
three years, filled a vital need in
the lives of thousands. Last sum-
mer, 25,000 people enjoyed the ten
Sunday evening concerts in the air
conditioned Miami Beach Audi-
argely dependent on the strength j torium.
Rabbi Httph Woref
gronp to settle here permanently
and organize a congregation.
The national Jewish Tercenten-
ary Committee, headed by a na-
tionwide committee of 300 distin-
guished American Jews started to
develop plans in 1952. some two
and a half years prior to the offi-
cial beginning of the Tercentenary
period.
President Eisenhower, in a com-
munication to Ralph E. Samuel
chairman of the American Jewish
Tercentenary, said "I am happy to
greet the members and friends of
Continued on Pf 5B
of our democratic institutions
I believe that Senator McCarthy's
methods have injured many of our
democratic institutions."
While noting important differ-
ences between the America of to-
day and the Germany of 1933, the
ADL national chairman said: "A|
show-case example of the use of
prejudice to get ahead in a con-
fused world was the burning of the
Reichstag building in the early
years of the Nazi climb in Ger-
many. It was 'proved,' in a widely
publicized trial, that 'Communists'
had destroyed the building. Public
opinion was inflamed against 'the
enemy.' Soon after, the Nazis turn-
ed these carefully nurtured hatreds
against the Jews."
Ten concerts will again be given
on consecutive Sunday evenings at
8:30 p.m., beginning June 20, and
set with tables seating eight. Dur-
ing the two intermissions, light re-
freshments will be served, and
there will be usual visiting and
chatting from table to table.
As the schedule shows, the first
summer concert in the Miami
Beach Pop Concert series offered
for the fourth season by the Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra will be held on
Sunday evening, June 20, at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Dean John Bitter will be on the
podium, and guest soloist will be
world renowned pianist Jorge Bo-
let.
The program w;il include the
Overture to Zampa by Herold;
Claire de Lune from Suite Berga-
masque by Debussy; Boccherini
Gables Center Sets
Joint Installation
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
hold an installation and dinner
dance in the Scheherazade Room
of the Algiers Hotel on Sunday.
June 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Joint installation will place into
office officers and Board members
of all Center group affiliates.
Presidents include Sam Weissel,
of the Center; Mrs. Irving Gersten-
feld, Sisterhood; Herman Isis.
Men's Club; and Mrs. Jerome
Weiss, PTA. .,
Mrs. Sam D. Goodman, installa-
tion chairman, this week said that
Herbert Gelernter will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies. Installation of
ficer will be Joseph Koven.
Combined GMJCC Prepares for Summer
Camp Opening; Orientation Set June 14
A combined staff of over 50
counselors will be in charge of the
activities for the hundreds of boys
and girls who are enrolled in the
three day camps of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
this coming summer, it was an-
nounced by Emanuel Tropp, direc-
tor of activities.
All of these counselors will un-
dergo an intensive week of pre-
camp orientation and training on
June 14.
Members of the Centers profes-
sional staff and various outside spe-
cialists will conduct training ses-
sions covering such subjects as the
purpose of a Jewish camp, undei-
landing individual and group be-
havior, safeguarding the campers
health and waterfront safety.
There will also be workshops to
develop increased skills along such
lines as group singing, games,
crafts, nature study, swimming,
story telling and dramatics.
At the Town Branch, camp direc-
tor will be Branch supervisor Israel
endinTAugusT 22 wi^h guest' con- SJI^^J* *"* Volpe;
1 Suite from Carmen by Bizet;
Gould's Guaracha; and the Strauss
walz, The Blue Danube.
Mr. Bolet, will be heard in a
performance of the Concerto No. 1
in B flat minor by Peter Tschai-
kowsky.
The first Pop series of six con-
certs was given in 1936 at the
Roney Plaza Gardens, and conduct-
ed by Arnold Volpe. The orchestra
played on a cooperative basis, and
was made self-supporting through
the sponsorship by Sam Murray of
a half-hour radio program.
It is a unique coincidence that
Dr. Volpe is not only responsible
for the establishment of summer
orchestra concerts in Dade County,
but also in the United States. This
included four years of open-air con-
certs in Central Park, New York,
from 1909 to 1913, which were
sponsored by the Park Department
of the City of New York, and the
founding of the Lewisohn Stadium
concerts in 1918, the first success-
ful season of summer concerts in
ductors and soloists as follows:
JUNE M John Bitter Jorge I!olet.
Planlat.
JINK 11 John Bitter Ruggiero
Rlccl, Violinist.
Jfl.V t John Hitter fe'anroma.
Planlet
Jl'I.V II John Ritter Fague
SiirhiRninnn. Baritone.
JULY is liter Bolomon Jennette
La Itianca. t'oloratura Soprano.
JULY :.'"> UUer Solomon Diana
Btelner, Violinist.
AUGUST 1 Izler Solomon Fausto
Garcia Medetea, Pianist.
AUGUST I Modem* Alloo Joan
Field, Viollnim.
AUGUST IS John Bitter Ksther
Pavnc. I'lanlm.
AUGUST -- John Bitter Sigurd
Itascher, Saxophonist.
The entire lower floor will be
Silver, and his head counselor will
be Mrs. Dolores Pearl, year-round
youth activities supervisor.
Nisson Pearl, Beach Branch su- New York,
pervisor, will direct the Beach
Camp and will be assisted by youth
supervisor Miss Rhoda Gnesin.
At the Flagler-Granada Camp,
area supervisor Harry Shamis will
direct, and head counselor will be
Frieda Kahn, formerly associated
with the GMJCC nursery staff.
Each group in all three camps
will be headed by a senior coun-
selor of college age or older. As-
sisting in all groups will be junior
conselors ranging from 15 to 18
years of age.
Senior counselors who have been
assigned thus far include Elinor
Blumenthal, Carole Fogelman, Ro-
berta Freeman, Myra Gainsboro,
Marilyn Greenberg. James Honig-
baum, Marcia Jervis, Melvyn Kat-
zen, Arlene Kroll, Evelyn Nieberg,
Dorothy Reich, Selma Saitman,
Sherwood Ross, Ronald Greene,
Continued on Page 5 B
These concerts have been the
forerunner of all other summer
concerts in the United States,
among them Philadelphia, Chicago,
St. Louis, Dallas, Denver, Holly-
wood Bowl, California, and Kansas
City.
Kuperberg Reelected by
Temple Israel Group
Robert Kuperberg has been re-
elected president of Temple Israel
Young Adult Group.
Other officers named include
Seymour Hinkes, first vice presi-
dent; Morton Perkis, second vice
president; Burn ice Bass, treasurer:
Francine Queenth, recording secre-
tary; and Alice Lewin, correspond-
ing secretary.
Temple Israel Young Unmarried
Adults plan their next social gath-
ering at the Temple on Sunday
evening, June 13.


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Mrs. Farr New Conference President-
Mrs. Liebman Sites Women's World Role
Women can do their part to steer
the world in the direction of nobil-
ity and human dignity. Mrs. Sey-
mour Liebman told members of
the Conference of Jewish Women's
0 r g a n i zations
meeting at an an-
nual installation
luncheon in t h e
Empress H o t el
recently.
Delegates, rep-
resenting 77 Jew-
ish women's
groups in D a d e
and B r o w a rd
l" o unties, heard
>!rs. Lieb man.
guest speaker
and director of
Dade's elementary education, as-
sail the alternative possibility -
ered as part of the fourth and final
program of the seaon of the Con-
ference and entitled "Women's
Role in the World.'" The organiza-
tion, which meets four times an-
nually, previously dedicated pro-
grams to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. I'nited Nations and in
terfaith activity.
Elected president, for the onsu
ing year was Mrs. Aaron Fan-
Other officers named are the Mes-
1 dames Matilda Ratner. and A.
Frank Wel.'inv vice presidents: Ir
win Weinstein. recording secre-
tary. Benjamin Appel. correspond
ing secretary Hart) Rogers, treas-
urer: Julian Weinkle. calendar sec-
j retary: and Monte Selig. parlia-
j mentanan
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. outgoing
thai of world movement toward president, presided and told dele
Kaye to Receive
Degree in Osteopathy
Slanlev B. Kave. son of Mr. and
Mn Marcus Ka>e. 1S46 SW l*h
| st.. received his Doctor of Oste-
' opathy decree from Kansas City
College of Osteopathy and Surgery
Friday
Kaye holds a BA degree from the
University of Arizona and did grad-
uate work at the University of
Florida. He was a technical ser-
geant in the IS Army from 1943-
1946.
He is a member of Zeta Beta
Tau social fraternity and Psi Sigma
Alpha, national osteopathic schol-
astic honor socitty. He will intern
in Detroit
CWCBtQ
mmtmxmm
" destructive baroarism "
The most dangerous chasm ex
-he said, between the sphere
i : advancement and the sphere of
human relationships "For this rea-
son," the former principal of I'en-
tral Beach Elementary School told
tne women's gathering, "women
>>e equal to men in education.
u-t be alert, intelligent and alive
and must have equal opportunity
to mike wise decisions.''
The pattern of conduct in the
h..me influences future adult be-
Mrs Liebman pointed out.
emphasizing women's part in fu-
ture world history-
The principle address was dele-
gates in her annual report that the
' "conference of Jewish Women's Or-
' gani7ations must continue to bring
to the attention of constituent
j groups matters ol wide community
and national interest
"While the programs narticipat-
' ed in by our individual organiza-
tion focus our attention on their
specific problems and concerns.
Conference serves to broaden our
knowledge with regard to the world
at large and women's place there."
Mrs Sirkin said.
The outgoing president also ela-
tx rated on the group's three major
| projects which include service-
men s activities through the Jew-
Dade Chapter Elects
Officers, Directors
A J (Jack) (leary has been re-
elected to his 17th consecutive
term as Dade County chairman of
iional Foundation for Infan-
tile Paralysis at a meeting held in
the El Comodore Hotel this week.
Robert Pentland. Jr.. was named
to his third term as March of Dimes
chairman for 1955.
Directors reelected include Har-
old Solomon. Mrs. Julius Spector.
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub and Mrs.
Benjamin Wolf.
ish Welfare Board, interfaith activ-
ity and community relations.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
acted as installing officer.

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Farr. Milton Sirkin and A. Frank Wellins. Standing are the Mesdames Benjamin Appel. Irwin
Weinstein, Julian Weinkle. HaTry Rogers, Fanny Selig and Irving Lehrman.
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The Board of Governors
at least four times each year and
as often as eight times per year
when necessary. The Board elects
members to serve on the Executive
Committee following the annual
meeting of the membership, and
the Board also elects 21 of its
members to serve on the important
Budget Committee.
nation's Board of Governors
tunced; Election is Unanimous
.ers of the Board of Gover-
|the Greater Miami Jewish
on for the year 1954-55
hanimously elected at the
fuai meeting of Federation.
flard is the governing body
nation and consists of the
be past president, organiza-
Covernors, elected officers
fless than 75 or more "tHwf
nbers elected by plurality
Ithe members in attendance
Dnual meeting of the mem-
[of Federation,
nors hold office for the
one year.
I,, nerve with Federation's
,.., ni.iiho body are the fol-
bmmunlty loadara:
rkerntan, Jerome Adelman,
Al|>ert, Sidney Armln, R.
t,i,. Haul AkenHy. Leonard
r [)avld Hann, l>r Melvln
feiiln.v I llernliaum, Herman
PS,- Fred Hlank. William
' irrhie Brick, l>anlel Hnmd.
[Broad, Ben Bronaton, Mra.
rrell, Mrs. Wnr. Capland,
.iiiii, Alvln faaael. Invlt
I.,.,, Ch.iikln. Oeorge Chcrt-
i hertkof, Ixldor Co-
foolik, Kd I'owen. Joaeiih
,. jianbaum, Joneiih Dun-
Josrph I'untov.
knateln, Leon Ell, I.eon Bp-
iron Karr, Mra. Aaym Karr,
I.hm.m. Milton A. Friedman.
f(i r'uiman, Paul A. (iiilliul.
ii. i. In Sam (Sertman.
i I...UI- ilolilinan, Sam A.
i Stuart Hordon, Dr. Philip
Knnl J lioiild, Arrhle (Jreen-
i; >slii|[er, Imrslore
l.nlll- llriiii.tn. Ml" Saul
lAlberl i lllrach, Morria Hots-
lil.i JiiM-ph. Arthur Kahn. Hy-
ii. |...... Kaplan, Mra. I*on
jn I >.< v nl Klrah, Morrla
j Kopelowlt*, Irvln Kor-
koretxky. Aaron Krnvltx.
Ihiiiiin Mra. Irvln* Uhrnian,
Eowoder, l>.i\ld l.evlni-oii. J
twin. Ii'li M. I.lpton. Sam
Cheiitei l.nl'V, Kabhl Samuel
Abraham Mailman, Ifr* l.ou-
Itskt. M1- (lortton Marmor-
p-i'l'li Mi-rhlow. Max Melnel.
Hirarh Meyer, Ben Meyers,
Me)i-rs, I I. Mlnlier, Mra.
[Mlntsea, Jack Muravchli-k,
nlev ('. Mvera. Mra. Clem My-
Jr. 'Kin t Pelaer, Mrs. Harry
IjoM-|ih Pantos, Sam Proster-
Irrv II Queen, Jacob Habino-
i Rexnlek, Alvln Richter. Bur-
Dan B. Itunkin, Irving Hnftl.
s.ii'iii'. Irvine Schataman.
frnli-r, Henry Seltlln. Mra.
^ZbtlkrWar!
cere
[El Academy
Second Year
|E1 Hebrew Academy closed
Jid year with exercises held
lurdav evening in the Dora
IHall.
of the Academy present-
kried program in Hebrew
plish consisting of orations,
nd dance.
Ihmaryahu T. Swirsky de-
fan address entitled, "Plant-
ven."
Its of the pupils were hosts
pal hour following the cele-
Mount Sinai Caps
Nurses Here
Graduation and capping
mony of the School of Practical
Nursing at Mount Sinai Hospital
of Greater Miami were held in
the Hospital last week.
Miss Alice Isabel Mustard, RN
m.?H,!iVf ST "l Jackson ^ Rabbi Taxman came to I
morial Hospital, was guest speaker .
and the opening prayer was rerA CUn'ry ,n August- 1951' and has
dered by Mrs. Morris Goldin, pres-! slnce ,hen neld ,ne Pst f spirit-
ident of the Women's Auxiliary. ual leader to the West Miami con-
Greetings were extended by Sam-
uel Gertner, executive director, and
students were presented by Mrs. I cal Association of Greater M
MM Alfred Waxman
Rabbi Waxman
Appointed to
Rabbinic Assembly
At the last convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America, Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman, of the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center, was unanimous-
ly elected to membership of the
Assembly.
Carmen F. Ross, RN, MA, director
of education. Miss Mildred A. Vo-
gel, RN, director of nurses, pre-
sented the diplomas, pins and caps
to the graduates and students, fol-
lowed by the Practical Nurse
Pledge by the students and Miss
Mustard's address.
Closing prayer was read by J.
Gerald Lewis, vice president. Board
of Trustees.
Caps were awarded to Miss Ther-
esa Cresiski. Miss Hazel King, Miss
Joan Mascola. Mrs. Blanche Kali-
nan, Miss Celia Samuels and Mrs.
Shirley Weber. Those finishing the
course are Marilyn Esther Schwim-
mcr and Evelyn Katherine Schwim-
mer.
gregation.
He is a member of the Rabbini-
iami
and honorary chaplain to the State
Department of Flarida of the Jew-
ish War Veterans. Before coming
to this country, he held the posi-
tion of spiritual leader to the com-
munity of South Wales for nine
years and is a graduate of the Liv-
erpool Talmudic Theological Col-
lege and the Universities of Cardiff
and Swansea.
For many years, he was a student
of Rabbi I. J. Unterman, now Chief
Rabbi of Tel Aviv, and has also
studied under Rabbi Dr. Isadore
Epstein, Principle of Jews' College
London, and Rabbi K. Kahana.
Rabbi Waxman lives with his
wife and two daughters in West
Miami.
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PAGE 3B
Rabbi Hackovskv Honored nt Party
A surprise farewell in honor of
Rabbi and Mrs. Boris Rackovsky, of
Congregation Monticello P a rk,
Miami Beach, was held at the home
of the Rabbi.
The Rabbi's resignation, accepted
February, 1954, was effective as of
June 1.
Intimate friends crowded in to
wish them well. A cake with the
inscription, "We Love You," was
presented to them and used as a
centerpiece.
Guests included Rabbi and Mrs.
Joseph Raekovsky, of Miami Beach.
Hostesses were Frieda Breslaw and
Phyllis Eisman.
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PAGE 4 B
iVW Temple Israel
Confirms 48
Shavuoih eve and a confirmation
service was observed at Temple
Israel on Sunday evening. Forty-
eight young people were confirm-
ed, and parents of the confirmands
tendered a reception for the con-
gregation. Those confirmed were:
U liter "i at
Mr-. Lrunard I. A1" Hanrj K Ap-
baton, (on of Mr n >ard
It. jrw.n Krii.
ilankht- r of Mr -' M -
Ml
Max HeUn Irla Jai
lei of Mi ami AI
of Ml and
Mra William I Brenner; Jar:
..r Mi and I
I
I Ml and <- lla H iruyr.
- Col
h-
,' Mrl MolUa Pmh
I." .I.i l...
'
I s (So A I'hv I-
tauahtrr ..f .Mr aad Mra
Ir i
J-iff Alan Rarrmaa. i>n M
and Mm Arthur T H.
I I Mr ami Mr. I >.\ id
\ Hea> I
Mr Ml. i..i-l M laenbra Saa !>:
lauajbtM Hi
Milii.r Kabn.
f Mr and Mra i i
K..hn I'hii
|H K-.plalt.
r II -
.11 ;. Km W'illlan Kdarard Kauf-
- ;. .
I Mri th n Kiinrr;
, .f M1 and
.. k -. I I V- .-
M.n. d Irvea
'.I I ,. \ I.-
I Hn Harrj L
Michael f Mr
W'olkowal
v
Beth David Confirmation Class of 1953-1954: Front row (left to right; are Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Diner Bogish. Joy Davidow, Linda Corn. Carol Abrams, Sheila Waldbaum. Joan Edelstein.
Bmbara Satei. Barbara Lefcourt and Linda Herman. Second row are Doris Plotkin. Judy Free-
man. Julia Sussman. Carol Warshaw. Soralee Goldblatt. Diane Rabinowitz, Carol Rayvis.
Sybil Haberman and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. teacher. Third row axe Roberta Scherer, Karen
Kanter, Sheila Labbie. Dorothy Coburn. Ruth Stiebel. Judy Alpert. Judy Levitt. Zelda Warhaw.
Judv Sterling and Jerome B. Gordon, director. Fourth row are Arnold August. Michael Sto-
kols, Bernard Feinberg. Morris Spector. Robert Spiegel. Allan Lauler, Bruce Fetter, Arnold
Schatzman. Joseph Baron and Eugene Novogiodsky.
Beth Sholom Confirms Largest Class
In Temples History on Sunday Evening
The largest c!a in the history I ,:ilrn J'
of Temple Beth Sholom was con-1"
RothliM.t, ilauKhler of Mi
rvinr M'lhnun. I.ynn*
Ruanak. <.auKlH>r of Mr ml Mr*.
firmed at a Shavuoth confirmation i-enr.i Hunik ivmaki service last Sunday evening, ac- VS^TuS^mS^J^S^Tt
cording to Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader.
Theme of the service was
., Mr. Dak* The F-.ur'h Century of American
i Md Norman Na I-rael." in recognition of the
M
\i nd Mra. A I Howard
d Mra
N
I
'.
Mm DavldR Kll
r .ink C
'
M I
Mr
mer.
Kimkin. I:- Ml
Ro

m ft. E
rrlit->
American Jewish Tercentenary
which is being celebrated through-
out the United States. The special
JaTvfcM was a joint project ot the
confirmation class and Rabbi 1
Kronish. The mu-ical portions were
conducted by Cantor Samuel Kele
Mi ..ml Mra. Sainurl Segal. Jr.. Jon
Heroin, BOB of Mr and Mra J..hn
s.rl.ln. Sandm S Sokulsky daiiKlitci
of Mr and Mri Kenneth ftokoiakv;
i'tnihi.i Jo Sooiln. daughter of Mi
and Mra s ijumiir Rootin; Joyce
ii*. daughter of Mr and M'>
Alirithmn Strain. BaMlla daw Weil
daughter of In and Mri Leonard
W.il Morton Shale Yullah. urn Of Mr
and Mra laidorOaiToUah; mil Kixin-
llirbarii Belter, ifaiight. i ..I M
Mi- I...ins Z~ller.
11.1 .1
n. am
'
Pkyl-
Pi and
M I ... i\
". erman.
.'. V. i 'lahti-r
I \\
Those confirmed were:
d.Mlghlel
r Mr and m l....n. .1 Aattbarh.
-
nd Mrs .;. ., t. Ilarrh I Bark
Jay Hirsch Receives
Medical Degree
Dr Jaj (' Hindi mo "i Mr and
Mrs Abe Hirsch. 1930 s\v jnth
f Mi .1 M.- Samuel
llankowlti
M Ma> .
win. Hi i.-*it. daughter ..'
'' '' vi nor Draata. Jooa
ggnati,

.1 iod 'Mm laadoi. Patx i
i rhtei ..f Mr J..".
H-lih 1 kll. I labn
i.-r of Ml nd f .-in.mri.
i ...
Mi- ii na l r.. inn Fried
'. i \i and Mi Mm i
i'.i\ i i... Ooldin.
Mi r i Mr Mom i loldli 11.
If
utusbter
f \i
Howa .i i|. ii., Mr and
Lear Graduates
Get Certificates
Diplomas of graduation were
awarded here to eight stu
dents who have completed their
studies at the Lear School of Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom. was
guest speaker .t the 21st com-
jnencement exercises of the pre
paratory school. Ida R. Lear, di-
rector-principal of ihe school, pre-
sented sheepskin-
Students receiving their high
school diplomas were the Misses
Joan Adler. Barbara Glass, (.ail
Heller. Sheila Mnledzky. Vera Sha-
piro and Barbara L'rett. Receiving
ii' .\'n- mi sin. i^.>u .-it* ^i/iii ., ... ll t.....i..- i, ii i j i .----------------.....
I.....lic.l u/'/'V,';..;:: diplomas upon completion of their
week at the College of S Iun,or ",gn Scnol s,udles w"e
, Mil'..n it I arrv I bum anrl I .m... T-.....I
:. i meinnati. Ohio i-arr> v nason ana James Zjgel
Hr
Hirsch wa e..-. u to thi
AOA nations] honorary medical i.:',,'- ""'' M'*
rnity. He will .ntern at Phils- d ,' ila'.'n'-
ersl Hospital siartin
July 1
Ir Hirsch'l mother is attending
the graduation From there she
will fly t.i Denver. Colorado to
visit her other MM, tlMll UcfMaTfi
<; Hir-eh. o( Temple EnUHMKl
f Mi .. nd Mra A Paul
of Mr aad Mra u
M .. n Margoll
1 nd M -..,:.- jan-
Markowlta, i.uotin... ,.< Mr
.n.i Mra i.i ii Markowlta i:. a*
daughter of Mr mik|
! nun Jon .1 i
i. Pn gar. Alan K
M .i d Mn l... R
of Mi and m \
Roth
HinihTifitrlnvrs
Are Graduated
More than 20 kindergartners were
| graduated at special exercises on
Friday. June 4. in the Academy
Auditorium, according to Rabbi Al-
exander S. Gross, principal.
The youngsters, having complet
ed a full year of activity, marked
the occasion with a festival en-
titled "Here Are Our First Fruits."
The children, dressed like the
pilgrims of Biblical days, carried
baskets containing various types of
Israeli fruits, in commemoration ot
the ancient festival of Pentecost,
observed during the days of the
temple.
The playlet was written by Miss
Ayala Bricklin and Mrs. Marjone
Ent. teachers, with musical accom-
paniment by Mrs. Miriam Donner-
stag. musical director of the
Academy.
Diplomas were presented by
Rabbi Gross
The graduates are: Joey Anm
i sty. Pearl Attias. Ronald Berg
man. Daniel Ca.ssel. Bruce Dia
mond. Neal Farr. Diane Guttman.
Cheryl Kaplan. Lorraine atattz,
Frank Klein. Richard Kleiner. Rob
ert Klinger. Richard Kokkin.s. Ron-
ald Lax. William Leader, Sylvia
Leon. Michael LuUky. Philip Mir
melli. Charles Neustein. Norman
Reich. Judith Reinhard. PhylBs
Reinhard. Mark Safra, Glenn Shu-,
man. Stephen Winnick and Miriam
Wolfe
Begler School to Open
Summer Season June 21
A day camp for children six to
12 years of age will be fnraiJsDk
immer for resident! of the
North Dade area and adjacent com-
munitic
The camp is being conducted by
the Begler School, with Mrs. Jack
Begler as camp director Mrs. Beg
ler was formerly supervisor of the
Mismj Beach "Y" and for several
j years directed the V camps. The
camp will run for a period of eight
Mate, from June 21 to August 13
Activities include arts and crafts,
nature study, atheltics. archeiv,
horseback riding, music, dramatics
and trips There will be daily
swimming at a private pool under
the wipervtetea of qualified swim
ming instructor.- A tntorlnf serv
ice and transportation is available
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Bisterhood to eachn.
H'EhhijhtoftheprS
eonftrmants presSS
original cantaU, .^Jj
Ojff. written aiwdiiT1
Alexander Stiebel
Music was written aJ
'ed b) Mr, Jack JJJ
coordinated by JerS
educational director FtJ
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Confirmation exercises of the North Shore Jewish Center took
place on Sunday evening, June 6. Confirmation class includes
Evie Hertzon. Ginger Bernie. Mavis Goldstein. Lanny Gelfand,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader, and David Wasser-
man.
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AfcmftftHf^jH^,
PAGE 56
tinned from P9 B
Irican Jewish Tercentenary
,,,, as you assemble to
. plans for the observance
ir of the three hundredth
,arv f Jewish settlement
United States. You will be
an anniversary of signal
ot only to American
[of the Jewish faith but in
all Americans, Jews and
,s alike. The Jews of
L generation upon genera-
|vp brought to the task of
this great nation in free-
spcial gift,
fcou Rather to plan the ob-
of this solemn anniver-
. hearts of your fellow
| join with you in a spirit
wed dedication to the faith
we all owe our freedom."
|allv. the Tercentenary per-
been set to begin on Sep-
12. 1954. and come to a
It ihe end of May, 1955.
lannounced for the nation-
bservance will be: "Man's
knities and Responsibilities
Freedom." According to ear-
outlined by the national
|ii national Jewish organ
i and local groups will par-
| in the observance develop-
gmann Hadassah
Les Officers
tn Weizmann Group of Ha-
Jhad its eighth annual instal-
lof ofheers at a dinner held
garden restaurant last week.
anuiel Sakrais, president of
eater Miami Chapter of Ha-
installed the officers at a
light ceremony. Mrs. Arthur
ler was guest speaker.
Don* KabinowiU. vocalist,
a few selections.
Ding officers are president,
larvej Cypress, vice presi-
I .\ir- Jack Carmel and Miss
Barron; recording secre-
fclr- Philip Botwinik; corre-
ni; -< i ivtary, Mrs. Robert
I trea>urer, Mrs. Harold Hur-
and Hoard representative,
lomer RievmaiL
ing local celebrations with the help
of the Committee.
"The Tercentenary can be the
starting point for an upsurge of
Jewish .nterest in the Jewish past
in America. We hope that out of
the anniversary will come a lasting
interest in our American roots that
Jewish education in America will
devote increased attention to!
American Jewish history, and that
local and congregational histories:
Vill be published in many places "
said committee officials.
In expressing the iheme. the Ter-
centenary will devote itself to1
showing what America has meant1
in opportunities to Jews and to all
who have sought freedom and lib-i
erty and human dignity, what the'
corresponding responsibilities and
obligations of man arc in such an
atmosnhere of freedom, with some
exposition of what Jews have done
to carry out those responsibilities,
and what the Jewish experience in
America has meant in terms of in-
spiration and hope to Jews in other
lands and to all people yearning
to be free and to share the oppor-
tunities of freedom.
"We are dealing with an event
which goes beyond the simple cele-
bration of the arrival of the first
23 Jewish settlers in New Amster-
dam," said national Tercentenary
officials, communicating with lead-
ers of the Greater Miami commu-
nity. "We are concerned with the
whole stream of 300 years of Amer-
ican Jewish history, in which both
the early settlers and the later
ones share equally. The three cen-
turies of our history arc not as im-
portant as the quality and intensity
of our. participation in American
life. The life and activity of five
million American Jews in Septem-
ber. 1954. will be just as important
as the life and activity of the first
23 Jews in September. 1654," Ter-
centenary officials stated.
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Martin Kaplan, Roberta Epstein,
Kenneth Myers.
Barbara Schechter, Marvin Sch
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JTUDAY,
American Notables... Solomon Nunes Carvalho: The Jew of d
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Harry Siiaaafcaff s calm.i, eaestrtafiaf *"' *'*
Amerfc.n Notofc/es, is fceiaf aa-Wished ky Tar It with fUrWm*
t pwt at tfct fercenfeaary ccftfcratiea at iwil* SftltBt to
the Um'feW Sfafts.-Taa MitersJ
John C. Fremont ranks among the most colorful figure*
in American history. Teacher, civil engineer, survcyr
for railroads, and army officer, he eloped with Jessie
Benton. the talented literary daughter of Missouri's sena-
tor, then a top leader in national politics. Thereafter
Fremont became an explorer on a par in daring with
Daniel Boone. Kit Carson and those adventurers who pene-
trated trackless country' never before trodden by white
man.
There was also in his make-up an element of the irra-
tional that sometimes got him into trouble, but also won
him everlasting fame. But for Fremont. California might
not have been a part of the USA. His unorthodox conduct
cla.-hed with the army authorities He was court martialed
and found guilty By noa time his popularity was such
that President Polk found it necessary to pardon him. He
had purchased a tract of land on which gold was subse-
quently found Instead of earning millions, this land was
after protracted litigation. In 1850 he was sent to rep-
resent California in the U S Senate.
One day in August. 1853. this Byronesque leader with
plenty of personal maenetism m<>t and invited Solomon
Nunes Carvalho to joJB his new expedition for exploring
the far west into California. Carvalho succumbed to Col.
Fremont'- charm and immediately consented This a-
-urpri-ing in a 38-yvar-old ae-thete. who had led a -helter
ed lite, and who had written a treatise on the Biblical
i the universe, entitled "The Two Creation-
Born in Charleston he had in hi- 20th year set up as a
portrait painter and had received a -liver medal from the
South Carolina In-titute for his "Moses Receiving the
Tablet- of the Law on Sinai." which was destroyed in
1838 when the Beth Klohim Synagogue burned down For-
tunately Carvalho had drawn a sketch of its interior so
that todaj W* ian -till -ee the "spaciou- and elegant"
Synagogue described B* I-aFnvette and dedicated in 1794
before Gov Moultne and hi- large entourage of military
and civilian- But his best known paintings are the por-
trait- t Rabbi I-aac Leeser. the leader of American Ortho-
dox Jewry, and of Thomas Hunter, the founder of Hunter
College in New York
It also seems strange that Fremont should have select-
ed a aj Will In artist to join his party of ten Indians, two
Mt \ieans and five Americans for an expedition that called
for the toughest kind of physical and moral fibre. But
Fremont was born in Savannah and studied at the College
of Charleston. Evidently he recogniied the loyal, impul-
-ive. hardy, adventurous nature of Carvalho and put on saw the peril and" resorted Ta^ V* nM**n.
hi- persuasive charm to win over a fellow Southerner, tenant to be a crack shot, and I ^' H"*i
whom he understood and appreciated. Besides being a Carvalho started gun Vr
painter. Carvalho was expert in handling the recently In- h hit th k..ii___* n P^ctice with
The vice-commander. on on. ~.
party from massacre a -t-av k a"0B ^
food and some Indians collected jT!!1hid Sb
further a different band of ,nd !'*lu' Abajf
The Utes had good horses. Jere J^WJ
ri d, mt Ab
I
*t, and g^^
vented daguerreotype photography, never before utilized
in explorations
Autumn was well advanced by the time the expedition
got under way. Winter is obviously not the season for
climbing the Rocky Mountains. The planning and timing
reveals the queer streak in Fremont's make-up. the im-
practical knight errantry that fails to provide sufficient
food against starvation.
Month after month the heroic band blazed its.vanishing
trail thru dense forests in ice and snow Winding along-
side the majestic mountains, a slip on the narrow ice
frozen path might plunge man or beast into the deep val-
leys or river beds far below. Food supplies dwindled; the
explorers had to kill their pack'horses and fry the meat
in melted tallow candles. When a beaver was shot, or a
porcupine killed, the starved men celebrated a holiday
feast Finally all beasts of burden were consumed, and
there was danger of cannibalism among the desperate
hunger-crazed crew.
Carvalho was second in command and a favorite with
the tough minded group No hardship could weaken his
confidence in or loyalty to his chief. He writes. "While
suffering from frozen feet and hands, without food for 24
hours, traveling on foot over mountains of snow, I have
-topped on the tri.il. made pictures of the country, re-
packed my materials and found myself frequently with
my friend Egloffstein. who generally remained with me
to make barometrical observations, and a muleteer, some
Dee or mx miles behind camp, which was reached only
with great expense of bodily as well as mental suffering.
The great secret, however, of my untiring perseverance
and continued success was that my honor was pledged to
Col. Fremont to perform certain duties, and I would rather
have died than not have redeemed it. I made pictures up
to the very day Col. Fremont found it necessary to bury
the whole baggage of the camp, including the daguerreo-
type apparatus."
rifles and greatly outnumbered ^.^ S
and hit the bull-eye six t
j Paa
he invited the chief to try"ht si'luS^
Indians thought had already flr'dH2'**{
guns the red men knew needed reLl.""?1'
Amazed that the whites had a weaat'^
indefinitely, the Indians withdrew ^LJ^
Conditions became desperate MalnnTv
scurvy and diarrhea. Then 0^*^^
tattered shreds scarcely had SUf de,^!!'
over the snow that might cover a hoUo' ?*
hope began to abandon even their ind22fc,!
came unexpectedly from a Mormon oaTpS '
taken to Salt Lake City. With rest foodTh
ally regained health. He remained!""12
Mormons and did a paint.n8 of Brieham v
governor.
As the story of the hazardous
mont s reputation as a daring romantic nib
the public imagination. Carvalho enhanc^hJ
fame by writing a book: Incidents f TmJ*J
jure in the Far West; With Col. FremomTll
tion Across the Rocky Mountain- IncludingtU
Residence in Utah and a Perilous Trip wj
American Desert to the Pacific. (
In 1856, the newly formed Republican Panjl
Fremont for President. But for his mwB
might have defeated the pedestrian James b9
the name Abraham Lincoln would have remainSJ
outside of Springfield. III. Carvalho would ,
been a member of Fremont's cabinet.
At all times. Solomon Nunes. 1 arvalho 1
ful to his lineage. In the early days of Lot]
helped to form a Hebrew Benevolent Society kij
thropic purposes. In Baltimore and Philadelphu.1
ing, adventurous artist took a leading part nj
munal and religious life.
Pop Concert Patrons
Kir-t of the Miami Beach Pop
Concert- by the I'niversity of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra, under
The direction of John Bitter, points
to a sellout.
Jorge Bolet. conc.-rt piani-t. will
be the first -oloi-t on Sunda> e\e
ning. June 20. 8.30 p m.. at the air
conditioned Miami Beach Audito
num.
Many table parties are being ar-
ranged. A partial li-t of reserva-
tion- for the fir-t concert includes:
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Mi an.i Mi. LaiT) Va\. Mi
Simon KHt'l. .Mr and Mm Ooatav*
B, Mr and Mm Warren C
Pracmaa, Mr .,?.,! Mra Bamua
Un.l. Mr. and Mm. K 11 UaUon*)
lr and Mra. J M Oodard, Mr and
-Mm. Jark Cordon. Mr and Mi- Jobs
Haw km. Mr. an.I Mr- Itilli,. Head
Mr and Mra A. Judaon Hill. Mr and
-Mra Hugh Hilc.n. Mr and M
Hoffman. Mi H II lit man.
Mr. and Mra C h Jackaoo, Mr. and
luu lea Jai obaon Ml and Mra
.Mlll..n Jarobaon, Mr ami Mr- 1I1..-1.
Judla, In and Mr- Barnard KMnman.
Mr and Mi- Alexander Knaan Mra
Alice K..II., Dr. and Mr- Kn
Arrange Parties
. .11 Mr ,.nt
M FUltai Lavtnaon. Mi Mlilun l.inn.
M !:i n P i.udw i. Mri
Mantnr. Ma Kay. M h <"lt>
art 1 1. Mon n .. Mm
Xelta K)rmea Muni*. Mr. and Mra
.....n Mi Ben T i>i-.
U ad Mn 1 f: O'XellL M
Ml Ha lrl ..n-. Mra. M.ix M
' \u- i Plrl
H I Pk k Mi- Ji.hn P I
ft. Mr. 1 11.1
Ml and Mr Claud*
1 Mra
Ithvtm, Mra Jeaaii-a Roblnaun, Mr
N Roblnaoa, Mt ..11.1 Mra
1 .ff. Mi aaat Mra Ulrtnej
Mrhwarts. Mr an.I Mra Paul
Mr. and Ml Jai 1.I1 .-1.. 1 I .1
and Mra I l>anl.-i SI1..1.11. Mi and
Mm Harr) shulta. Mr an
Blcal, Mr Arthur s
1' Ktampleman :
Hlrwirt, Mi and "
Tobin. Ml and Mr. da) D|
and Mt. Joaeph M W< ll>er Ml
..n.l Mr. I..-.!,..11I A Wlei
III Jeffai aoi \v ne
Delegates' Reports Due
Dessert and coffee will be served |
at a meeting of the Eleanor Roose-i
velt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, j
on Wednesday. June 16. in the |
Empire Room of the Empress Ho-
tel.
Delegates to the B'nai B'rith Con
venrion held recently in Daytona
Beach, will give their report-
1,000 Attend Rabbi
Shapiro Testimonial
Some 1.000 persons paid tribute
to Rabbi Max Shapiro's 22 years
of service at Beth-David Synagogue
during a testimonial and reception
in the spiritual leader's honor held
by the congregation.
Louie Bandel. former city com-
miloner, was master of ceremon-
ies at the affair held in Beth David
and introduced the speakers who
praised Rabbi Shapiro's work at
Miami's pioneer congregation.
Some three weeks ago. the spiri-
tual leader announcea hi- resigna-
tion from the pulpit, which be-
comes effective this month
Speakers included Dr. H. Frank-
lin Williams, vice president of the
I'niversity of Miami; Dr. Jacob
Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple
Israel and honorary president of
the Florida Rabbinical Association:
Harold Shapiro. Mayor of Miami
Beach; the Rev. Fred Core, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Council
of Churches; and leaders and offi-
cials of Beth David Synagogue.
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11. 1954
gJacobs
[ization Marks
Anniversary
DBK The Joseph Jacobs
bn of New York City, is
fating the 35th anniver-
I founding. Specializing in
American manufacturers
st to give the Jewish pa-
taximum beneiit of their
jucts, the organixalion
termed on June 15, 1919.
people lived in America's
Eties. with thousands of
tes and miles of shelves
Kth fine products which
LEGAL NOTICE
*
Joseph Jocohs
uld not buy because they
know whether or not these
conformed to Jewish re-
nts Joseph Jacobs, found-
lined here.
diwj to Mr. Jacobs, the
different today. "On this
liversary, we can look with
in ^t;.ff of 70 people,
|inj> the highly specialized
Jewi-h planning, writing,
fcarch. home economics and
in programming, as well as
Killing coverage of the
trade
steads growth of the organ-
Is a clear reflection of the
fen advertiser! and the Jew-
pie in America."
potions Must be
t, di Fillipi Says
to di Fillipi, director of the
Miami Opera Guild, this
nnounred that reservations
made now in order to as-
^e availability of opening
eats for the January-Febru-
opera season.
man> people are forgetting
i their reservation! and will
Ippointed at the last min-
lr. di Fillipi said. "We must
|heir authorization now to
commodations."
ie to Meet
klar meeting of Mount Sinai
N> Lod^e No. 91 will be held
Nay. June 15, 8 p.m., at 215
in st
LEGAL NOTICE
(hm.RCUIT COURT OF THE
IJUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
l*P.E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
rf No. ItMIO
**>"> GIN-8BBRO, Plaintiff.
T MAVNAKD Ginsberg.
In-. __ l>efendant.
CrT,,,.0F PUBLICATION
JlAltT MAVNARD GINSBERG
. Ml", Schublner
> Leslie Houlcvui-d
OWL Michigan
urn "KHKBY NOTIFIED
U u" '""'Plaint for Ids
*n IH...I HKiilii.t you mi.I >..u
F'> r.'iuircd to mtv a copy
L ,,!,'""'" ,n* BUI of Com-
Li- i "."""'" Attorney ami file
L A,"-u>'- In the office of
"iL ..'.' "''rc-tilt Court, on or
ii-V i, "',,'',v ,,r Jun'-
Intai-. ', l,:'CH,,"n" '>l< BUI
K5t ',* *,uken *-
h ""--'It day f Mav, 1951.
f;: l.i:\TllKltMAN
l-rk ,,f in, circuit Court
'" It. H KICK, .IK
IF 1 t,i .. .."i'> Clerk
[,,' I M.I \\'< >EF t'su
r'or "-.tiff ^
',"{",/ ;'l. Miami Beach. Ma.
K'-iJ.".!"i,tl',,n' aiVKN ,nn
I me of
I 'tK "'. l;;", N '"'
>* Clerk t X"*Ur ald name
P-niv' n2&*"# Coun of
v ^AM SCHWARTZ
P-K-! *
NOT'CE NUANMDE61aFJvCT,T,OUS
s-'t. latMMh to i*H("rM,i ,,, KlH
nwjarSVA% A ***'***
Attorneys for Ai.iillcaiu
17*2 W. Fiagler St.
6/4-11-18 -2..
NOTICE OJNDL rjCT,T.OO.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE.N tliat
the undersigned, desiring i engage |n
hnlnu unique w- tfi-.Ti.
County, Florida.
KESSLER OArwT" ******
17,5,r?y"Fta0,r|eArPH,e",,,
J/ll-18-25 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" engage In
bualneas under the firtltloUH name nf
FREDS BAR, :,i 222 N w 5th st in!
temls to regUte; said nam. with the
SM!;;H:,"ruU c..... "......
KM8UCR aAR8PRED JAEaKR
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Fiagler fit,
6/11-18-26 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "i
DAL'S BAR, at 3598 8.W. mh si in-
tends to register said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida.
MARIAN II. CALKINS
KESSLER ft CARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17M W. elagler St.
F/l I -lH-Z.'i 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
iln- undersigned, desiring to engai li
huslness under the fictitious name of
WESTINi iHMCSE SELF SERVICE
LAUNDROMAT, at lit S.W. Mb
Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
lter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Conn of Dade County. Florida.
HARol.n DROHT, Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for i'" ner
6/11-1K-2:. 7 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DL'R-O-MATIC WATER HEATER
MFC CO., ai S80 \\V lllli St., Mi-
ami, Intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
NATHAN STRAUSS
LEI' scili i|;
fi 4-11 -18-2.*.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31524B
In Re: BBTATK OF
Rl'TH BABETTE MAYER a s a
Kl'TII BABETTE TOWN8ENU
MAYER. He,.
To All Creditors and All Persons lin-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Bald
K*l:u.-.
You, and each of you, are herebs
notified and required to presenl any
claims and demands which you, or
either of von. ma" have agninsl the
estnte of KCT1I BABETTE MAYER
a/k/a Rl'TH BABETTE TOWN8END
MAYER, de.eased late of Dade Coun-
.iida, to the Honorable Count)
Judges of Hade County, and file the
same In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within elKht calendar months from
Hie date of the first publication here
of. Said claims or demands t.....>"-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented ai
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Hate Mav :'. A l> l'.'-'il.
EVERETT A MAYER,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
Rl'TH BABETTE MA" 1.11
ii k a KITH BABETTE
TOWNSENI) MAYER.
paegftsed,
KESSLER ft CARS
Attorney for Everett A. Mayer
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICF: 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARADISE BAR AND QBII-L. at 1900
N VV. !7th Ave., Intend to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of *WAgfgtr5OI5S^iN
EDWARD DAVIS
KESSLER OAKS
Attorneys for Applicants
17S2 W. Ftagler St.
/4-I1-1-Sj________,_________________-
SMALL CLAIMS'COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No 8823
ABE KOSNER and SIMPSON J.
KOKEN-BERH. co-partners.doing
A-VEN^ABA-K^^NV^^alntlfrs.
NKLI^S,-cMENTT,IA,..rvr(en.Uln..
TO: NEI.I.E BLl'MBNTHAL
TOtJARBtt,HER,BBY NOTIFIED
thai Lit has h.-en brOUgh. .l^
you In the above entitled cause r
the rlalm In Ihla a..r ,b.J'dtaH
Sst^WmhB3ji
ent at the heating at he "' ri '',,..
ed in order lo avoid a Judgment bj
^DONrAND^ORDERED ... I
fSu^ty! II... LI-.- this 1st day of
Jul"' M/ RAYMOND a NATHAN
to 8HEINER
te'TSXr^W.1 MUml. Ftorid.
i/-ll-Il-i
N0T,CE namI 1 F,CT,TIus
llPliii
the ,','" wllil "' Cert of
Morlda" "" ......l '" ** 0nty.
>.. I'^'MAN and KAI'I.W
Attorneyi for Applicant
50 Seybold Bldg
5 -2a -| i.'iT
LEGAL NOTICE
tmwu "JWR^Crrrliw-
^^n^^H^,Br^?,VEN ,h:'
uslness i.mle, r.' "' In
cirk^%^S^ria.
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PAGE 7B
I, CwHcE-?.IRCUIT COURT OF THE
ANr\V|oIHr,J.4,DICIAL CIRCUIT IN
IBA ^"V DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 1Sq?K7
CARLR, iierxhon..ht. n"-|n!ifff7
DOROTHY I-.mi.im: BTBRNDON
. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION""
pO: DOROTHY PAULINE
HERNI >ON;
Address unknown.
YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve copj ol your Answei to the Bill
"f < oinpiaint for Divorce filed herein
'ii-",,...'1:','..1"/ s '"'""v. RICHARD
KRIEQER I INK, 112 Congress Bldg.,
.Miami, Florida, and to file u.....rlginai
It; the ..ffi.-e of the Clerk of the above
Court on or before the 18th day of
June, 1IB4; otherwise ,, default'will
be entered against you.
DATED: this 18th day of Mav, 1954
1". B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
By M. W. PARTENHEIMER,
:.2l-2s -I l-n'""1"' C'-rk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
PERSHING LOUNGE, at IM N.E. i-t
Avenue, intends to register said name
ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I>ade County, Florida
KATHKYN M. KEHRWIEDER
KESSLER C GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W Fiagler st.
:' 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned. .I.-siring to engag, 111
business under the fictitious name of
ACE MOVING COMPANY, at IMf
N.W. 2lth Avenue, Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Klorala.
ESTHER BERLIN
I M A '4-1 I-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'l'Tl.'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign, d. desiring t" engage In
business under the f trtloui nam. ol
PAR-KEE BAR, at i".".l N.W. 22nd
Avenue, .Miami, intends t., register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Hade County-, Florida
LAWRENCE S PARAD1SU
KESSLER \- CARS
Attorneys for Applicant
5 u i/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY NO. 169333.
IN RE: AI" >PTH IN >E
LINDA JOYCE BASS
a Minor Child
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: HERBERT .1 BASS
7:.:;; Castor a>en ie
Philadelphia. Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY commanded to
1, .mil gppear in the above Myled
Court on the -1st day of .lun.' 1j4,
!,, show cause why the Petition 01
Cold M. Berger and Beatrice Berger
to adopt l.inda Joyce Bass should not
,nted by this Court.
Clerk oi the Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By w -M W. BTOCKING
Deputy Clerk
KESSLER A CARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1781 W. Fiagler St.
5/21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
Lusines- under the "^SjUMftp!
\t\cs |'I,1 CTKK I.lnirriMJ t-r-
PLY at MlI W. Fiagler Street. Miami,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, l-KATZ,:N. sole Owner
MONROE DIXON
Attorney (or c;ner
.-,03 Olympia Bldg.
i/21-2S S/4-J1 ____________
County, l-|"li'l]'i:ZAK MOTORS, INC.
IRVING SCHULMAN
Attornej toi APJ"""""
, Lincoln Rond nut*.
g i-ii-i---'
N0T'CE NUANMEEBLAFWT,T'0US
li.siness und-1 'I ",,'., .M co., at
W-IND-) ^tV;,.,' Hi.J.ai,. hor-
,1-"" .-,'''.gil .said lutme jrlth
|^CI.*Vt^lrVeultX*fi*
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i 1-11 .
LEGAL NOTICE
'Nri:2=NT.y JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29300-B.
RE: ESTATE OF
URTiifmh*^ KOZCB. Deceased
ACBEo,,F-J^LENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
fiie/i'P."','.'" [1 n,'l'-|,y given that I have
F .1 111 1 'e'""1 a,,d I'e'l'lon 'or
the estate of NICHOLAS KOZUII de-
ima' iv';'", ,h;:,' "" ,11"' 30-h day of
. 1 u'\'v'l-w a,'"lv "' ,l,e Honor-
' J' V-uK,R .DOWLUfS, County
1 iidge of Hade County. Florida, for
..pproval of said final report and for
rinal discharge as Administrator of
'h. ..s|ate of NICHOLAS KOZUB,
This lith day of May. 19.14
MORTON ROTnoAEWtCK
Attorney roi Administrator
J-!.1:,1"'"1" f','"-!. -Miami Beach, Fla.
... .N0TICE TO CREDITORS
"i AMr,C0UNTY JUDGES' COURT
IfJo/lHD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA N PROBATE, No. 32792-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
e "7ol:, WEINSTKIN. Deceased
TO .11 1 reditois and All Persons llav-
ggl larms or Demands Against Said
Y'.u, and each of you, are hercb]
notiried and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of rose w einstei
ed, late ol Had.- County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Hade
County, and file Ihe same in their of-
Jlces in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be harr.-d.
Hate .Mav IT. A.D. 19.14
-MORRIS WEIN8TEIN
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
_____ ROSE WEIN8TEIN, Deceased
Tl RE .v NEWMAN
Attorneys for Executor
12" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
:. 81-28 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. 169494
ELEANOR I.. FIE1.MAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
-MAIN .1. KIEL.MAN. Defendant.
TO: ALVIN .1 I IE I.MAN
.'..", Bark Terrace East
Nen Vork, N.Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
f.u Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
Offlci of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 29th day of
June, A.D., lB4; otherwise, the Bill
ol Complalnl tor Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, Will be taken as confessed
by you.
D.t.d at Miami, Florida, this the li
day of -May. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dail- County, Florida
By: WM. VV. STOCKIXC,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. ERIEDMAN
102:: Sevhold Building. Miami, Florida
.-, :> I 1-11-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
l.usiness under the fictitious name ol
ST. JoHNS RELIGIOUS STORE, at
IS40 N.W, trd Ave., intends to reglltet
said name vvilh the Clelk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
Joseph A. CA.MACHO, Owner
PERT KAQER
sin uiscayna Bldg.
- 1; l-ll-ls______________^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
\__.....I. n-.ii. ., ...I ilu-t i-t slur til f>m*:l
LEGAL NOTICE
Wllll 111** V KM *v "' *" v
D>* County, Florldg.^ TA,.,!MAX
ROVNER MANNHEIMER
AttOI ne\s for Applicant
S ll-SS 'i 4-11_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (Not
Ine ). at 599 N VV Mth Street. Miami,
Fla Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Colintv, Florida.
C NATHAN KRISTALL
HERBERT M. KRISTALL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
120 LI111 ..I" Rd
5/21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32875-B
In R: ESTATE OF
CHARLES I I'ISHMAN a/k/a
CHARLES F1SHMAN a/k/a
C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a
CHARI.Eh JACK I'ISHMAN.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of \ou, 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 County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
Iheir offices In the County Courthouse
In Hade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of th<
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to lie sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be haired.
Date May 31, A.D. 1154,
NORMA P. SI i:i;i:i,
JOSEPH S I'ISHMAN
As Co-Executors of the I-ast
Will and Testament of
CHARLES J. FISHMAN.
Deceased,
MALVIN BNOLANDBR
Attorney for Co-Executors
/4-ll-18-J5
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 23098
RE: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL J. AUGUST. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report anil petition for
l-'inal Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST.
Ie. eajMdj and that on the 21st day of
June, l'j',4, will applv to the Honor-
able W ['. HI.ANTON, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dls- '
charge as Administratrix of the Estate
of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, deceased.
This 25th dav of May, 1934.
s/ HILMA ROSE AUGUST,
Administratrix
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administratrix
V28 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACKERMAN MORTGAGE AGENCY.
at ::T N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Leo ACKERMAN
BABETTE S. ACKERMAN
MAN R. SILVER
Attomev for Applicants
Mi seybold Building. Miami, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 16939J
ALLEN EVERETT LIBMAN,
Plaintiff,
ELAINE LIBMAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ELAINE LIBMAN
416 Christopher Avenue
BrookU n, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file vour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce with the Clerk of
the above Styled Court, and serve a
copy thereof upon KESSLER A OARS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, 1T82 W. Fiag-
ler Street, Miami, Florida, on or be-
fore the 29th day of June, 1954, else
complaint will be taken as confessed.
Dated: May 21. 1954.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit court
By WM w. BTOCKING
Deputy Clerk
.5/28 6/4-11-It
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Parent-Teacher Groups Form Council
Of PTA's; Special Committees Named
Representative of 14 Parent- i-h Center: Theodore PearUtein,
Teacher Associations of the Jewish Hilda Schwarttberg, TiiOreUi It*c\
schools of Greater Miami met to- MxtksMe Center; Joseph Oatrte,
getner to form a Council of Parent- Zamora Jewiafa Center; G
Teachers Aasociation at the home Goldberg, Miami Hebron School
01 Rabbi and MR Morris A. Skop.
The initial meeting was >insor-
ed by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and the Parent Teacher Asso- porarj secretary
ciation of Coral Gable-. Jewish Can-
ter. Principal speaker was Louis
Schwartzman. executive director of
the Bureau, who led the discussion
to define the scope and activities
of the proposed Parent Teacher
Council
+Jmi*ncrk#9rL
I Bi nv '1 was elected tem-
per, chairman : the Council
wi"h Mr- Beefcman actr
Plans Made to
Decorcie Center
A plan for redecorating the fa-
cilities of the Town Branch Great-
Out of the discussion emerge-! er Miami Jewish Community On
these objectives of the Council: to t^r. was put into effect thi- week
act as a clearing house for the ac-
tivities on all Parent Teacher Ante
nations, attempting to deal with
common problem.-: stimulating the
formation of Parent-Teacher AJM
ciations in those schools where Par
hen the Decorating. Committee
met a-' dlW* up final plan- for
renovating the Center lounge.
The Committee, in consultation
with Joseph Ma-ter-. interior
decorator, selected paint and color
ent Teacher Associations do not ex- \ schemes, made plan- for drapes, re-
i-t. planning workshops for the oVmg of Venetian blinds and I
Parant-Teacher Association mem diacnaaaal 'he u-e of large photo
her-hip of all Khoob BO BJ t -tim mphl depeeting the different
proper organization and COO- kind- of Center activities for Ihi-
structive programming; publica room Funds for the project are
n of bulletins containing pro-
gramming materials, topic- for di-
,on. and methods of using these I
material-
Membership in the Council will
be open to representatives of all
Parent Teacher Associations of all [ Golden Age Committee: and Mrs
Jewish schools and of representa Lejwla Sternshein. Chairman Teen
lives of organizations performing | Age Committee
similar function- Representing the Adult Social
A special committee to impie Group are Ruth Roscnthal. Mara-
rnent the stated objecthrea wm lene Lurie and Siegfried Bergler.
nominated, including the Mes Representing the Young Adult
dames Miriam August. Claire Ap-' League are Jack Dickson. Gerald
pelhaum. North Dade Jewish ten- Rothbard and Marvin Zalhs. The
ter; Raphael Yunes. Ruth Green. Teen Age Division was represented
Belle I-ehrman. Temple Emanu El; by Elaine Suchman. Barbara Foo-
Dorothy Hand-hu. Jerry Stem, saner and Beven> Kramer
Beth David Congregation: Sylvia |-----------------------------
leoby. North shore Jewish Cen Cantor Brummer Sings
ter: Sadye Lebowitz. Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center; Samuel ( Knights of Columbus organiza
Beckman. Coral Gable- Jewish i tion met Tuesday evening. June 8.
Tenter; Estelle Benach Temple
Beth Sholom. Jeanne Lasavin.
Workmen's Circle Peretz Schools:
Phillip Baroca- I-raeliu- Center: of Temple Emanu El wa-
Murray Sparact \\e-i Miami Jew arils'
at 3405 N\V 27th ave.. according to
Henry Vogel. in charge of arrange
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Obituaries PAGE 11 A HIE UHLFELDEK gj,owner "f Jewrlry Tut SI Miami Heai-h. L lived at 11 Mrrl.£.1 ,.rvlcea were held Funeral ''napel. Mr "; r.ivr I he operation of fcr,> upon the death of fllllain Ihlfelder aevKhe leaves a brother i n New Vnrk and EL Ba r.i! |Yi Mi l< Yl %  rife ster I A.li M AARON i Harbor dr.. mad ..., vlcea andbprl.il v.llh tl>e Reach ., ,-hnrgt of loea! Aaron, a retired „.,. to Miami from B even rears ajro. 'Mrs. Anna Aaron, Mra Kvelyn Dp,i, i 'l.ili-bi'i-iie, both ELLE S ULLMAN V,.II ave.. Kurfsule. „,. hnd> was seal to I b'iri.il by the Itlveraide 'iineral Home. %  Mrs I'll[Ml.iini from New York she leaves her husmd two brothllS KRAFCHICK |'.,-l n,-'"ii ave Miami v :6 I uiieral serv lees the Riverside Miami „ ill I.in IHI In Ml Sinai i | H fi hick, a retired um New York rn-' le ivon bis W if--. Mrs tn-ii -.ris. David, Of I seph, "f bong daughtei a, Mrs Silin It'.thi • d Mis Char* I %  Beach. |MiN KIRSHBERO I l: %  %  rhaiiKe flub and the Miami leach Chamber of Commerce. Hervlce n burial look place In New fork! PAULINE LEVINE 67, Of 2MI.II SW 19th St.. ,,„„„,.,, HWIIV Monday May 31. I„ a |J,. a | ,„'',' Survlveil by her huaband, Samuel i Hervlce. were held at Miami RiverirMe. Interment follower! In Mt \, i„ Cemetery. n '" DELIA STEINBERG I M .i ml I leach. in!e Li years \ .1 and Is Miirvlvtl! I > t\ ill a sun. Ma v. I £• S J H i' a daughter, Newark; four grandrandchlldren, acre In Newark, %  nts by Rival aide iiK-l, Miami Beach. HARRY COURSHON H, retired manufacturer and brothei Of a well.kpown Miami Beach attorney. Aaron t'ourahon, tli.-.i Kn.i.o i un ''.} !" r ''"'"-him. a realdenl hefe for 16 years, coming from Chl v a. 0 lived at l.'.M s\v IMh s. Miami He alao leaves hla wife. IVarl u _,,, Hieldoni, of California; t„ .!.. %  K 1,,.-, „. Mra. Shirley Hasan-stein, of Miami Heach. anil Mrs. Muriel Vitriol ,,< New Jersey; another brothei ami two platers, m. hull,,e Mrs. Anna Uiipman of Miami, Serviiewere held in Rlvel side Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach with burial in Ml N'.l emeterv, JACOB SKLAR •53. of Its Michigan ave Miami Beai h died Haturday at I II. Brooklyn. N.V II year* aim and w.i> •i retired manufacturer Surviving are his wife, Rebecca, and two daughter* Mrs. Janet Ureiiie and Mm Irene l-M nionil. IMIHI of Miami Kervli burial tiM.k planin Brooklyn, with Riverside Memoiial Chapel, Ml lleach, Iii charge totally. CHARLES JACOBSON 8?. of six <\.llins ave Miami Beai h, died Baturdaj In %  local hospital. A retired department More operatoi from I leiro i. ii, had lived on Miami Beai ii for K tren yeai He is KUI vlved b> a son. Benjamin, "t Hollyu i. Ila a daughtei. Mra Lillian Zulebiiik. Detroit, and one grandchild. Services and burial took place In Detroit, Ith local .II r ingeinenti bj Hellman Funeral Chapt i J4COB M. COOPER T.'i. of TOO 1. .-.in iii Miami Beai h Services .mil burial took place In Cnlcaito. Oordon Miami i:.;uh tSineral i lome .is in iliiti ue locall). 8IMON GOLDBERG 66, of l.M" II.u rlaon n Hollj a 1 lllell \esteril.l\ III | HollyM I bospluil. Services and bin ml will be held In hla home Ht) of Trenton, N 1 The Qordoo Mlgntl lutieial Home was In charge lor.iily. A retired insurance and real estate dealer, ha leaves hli wife. Bather, two sorts, a brother, and two aislei s. '" %  --on and i„'""," %  ''is survived •Ming in w'h l T' ', r V' 11 r Chapel -,.,,, he. 1 ',, ,' vMe, n.)rlal •Wvlcei anil bu,,!:l' 1 '" N w, k '•"" JACOB GRUSHKIN 'k place in Brookhn, Memorial 1 hapel, Mlharg* of local arrangeand burial 1 "Ith rUversi.l ami lleach. | n lloiil.s SELIG SHLOFROCK rtS? y Mr H mT3! ", w "r "' %  "Sta anop. .Mr Slilofi<„k was an aet'lva '"•" ol the Jewish ivo 1 •si-. grnal order. Survi,,", .„,.";„. RS Mis. i.ussi,. Shlofn.ck, Miami tw. '•->'. David and l^n.'and a daiih" ter. Mis pannj, w ,.,„, brother and a slater, all of New York c.tV • %  re* ware held si the Riverside Memorial Chapel Miami Beach. Bur'•" followed in Mt. sinai Cemetery. ALBERT BERMAN "\ residing ,.i the Albion Hotel, Baas. ed away suddenl) Haturda> evening omini from New v,,rk. he resided here for the past it years and was in ,b?,i P ?" I "T business. Survivors Inl'e-,ch i' ,r l oth *" r "' Jo *eph. of Miami %  .nh and Herman, of Brooklyn, and two Slaters, M, H Rebecca Iajvlne and vJ2i V""' s v erstein. both of New ...ii %  SC" 1 ?" '*" K la< e at the Kiv,. !", •o l: "" 1 I1,a '" n ''hapel. Interment followed at Mount Nebo Cetne„ ,M R *JENNIE BLOCH 6X. of .1...1 S\V Kith st.. died Tues.lav. Bhe i.irne from Brooklyn. N.Y.. five yearsia:o. Surviving are her huaband. Abraham, and two brothers. BervMv;..,r V P e M Thur dHy %  %  "" %  "' FPciL Show to Deal With Gen. Lee Decision "The Decision of Robert E. Lee," telling of a crisis in the life of one of America's greatest generals, will be dramatized on the television program, "You Are There," on station WTVJ, Sunday, June 13, at 4 p.m. Outstanding actors will re-create the tense period in the history of the Union on the authentic dramatic show which is presented on alternate Sundays by Florida Power & Light Co. Gadon Honored At Exercises Louis Gadon, Beth David ReligionSchool faculty member, was honored during graduation exercises of the school on June 3 for 17 years of service. Rabbi M :i v Shapiro, Beth David spiritual leader, paid tribute to Gadon for his "selfless devotion as an instructor, as well as for the many Gadon years of leadership as president of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami." A scroll was presented to Gadon by members of the congregation. In charge was Zvi Rosencranz. iLL'OT BURSTON i'!l 1 ., \ Miami Heach, P K' ^\ille 1 •cut 1 c, Mi Y. AOELE COHEN [Hi -; riled May :il at her 1 • hei % %  in \ ., |s ;,i;o ISs She leaves a son, il HUthti r, Alice, both of pmi ArraacameMg are by %  I I Cliapel. kORRIS T LITT ii'-manufacturer, died | UJ in i Reach bom.-, ?r."4 I mn lie i survived by his' It. an-! .1 .-on and daughter. York Sei \ ices were held fMemorial Chapel, Miami ri.il followed In New York. ACK FELBER JW I'MI, ter died June 1. He had lived here nine n from New York He foi a wholesale mil aa member of TemSui vlvora are hia Bed two -on-., Hem y I m Kenneth, and a I Marilyn, all of Miami; and ., sister, Services m tbe Cordon funeral iiuu.ii n .\n sinai Came.1 .. 1, RS E KAUFMAN [M r ., ,|, r( | June |„ had lived here 10 are her htialaind, e a daughter. Mra |anter; and three sisters. """•Mrs. Helen Herlln .mil Zeff. all of Miami. S.rvm charge of Riverside Meipel, Miami. EMIL Z. COHEN iniii;,,, %  ,,.,. k dr Miami f'
    > luwitc, I'elia; a nun, IrwJn; a daughter. Pearl; his mother, Mrs Rose Moore, anil two sisters. (Jlsvdya and Y.tt.i Sci-vlcea wenheld si the Hellman Funeral Home. Miami Iteacb. Burial was In Mt. Una I leiiietery. MRS. FANNIE ELIAS 74. of KM SW 11th ter.. a member of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregatlon, died Sunday In a local bos fdtal. A resident here for the past eight years, she moved to Miami from 1 lev-land, "bi" Mrs Elia.s is survived by her husband, Joseph; a brother, Joseph Weiss, Miami Iteacb, and a slater. Services took place at the <;orn.n Miami Chapel Burial followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery, SIDNEY S. TOUSHAV 45, of l.Vifi Kmliil ave., Miami Heach. a musician who played with band-'; at various Miami Heach hotels, died Tuesday, A member of rhe Oeorg* Qerabwln Lodge of the Knights "f Pythias in New York. Mr 1 ..ushay rame here about five years ago. His mother, Mrs. I*aullne Toushay, or Miami lleach, survives him. Hervlces and burial were held 111 New Tor* Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami r.eacli. was in charge of local srrangi ments MICHAEL E. RUBENSTEIN of ;ii Santlllane ave Coral Oables, died In a hosplt.il Mondaj He came here five years ago from 1 hlcago A follllcr liuinager Of R""-:' 1 '{['." %  t'lrcus, he was a Mason. • Work] wai I veteran and a member of the American la-gion He Is survived by rour sons, two brothers and one sister Gordon's Funeral Home made local arrangements for services and funeral In Chicago. 2 x o Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON BALANCES UP TO '2500000 Compounded Semi-annually • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 10.000.00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DBIVE-IN TELLERS BANK BY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK I OF MIAMI HO OT •5S* f SS." •3P'"T ,_hoW.up • &£ ,..W carefree' ,o 80 !t. -^ *sE2l £-**" • *"' M. .a-W • %  "T Trtzht temoer...tterWM* £0 nvenienf. 1 Only SERVEL gives you ice "cubes" without using XldyS—and puts -em in a basket -automatically! 2 Only SEF.YEL gives you a choice of ELECTRIC or GAS models! This is truly the most modern refrigerator you can own! This new 1954 Servel is the only fully automatic refrigerator made! Automatic defrost-naturally! Adjustable shelves —separate freezer compartment — butter keeper — door shelves — Servel has every deluxe feature plus the miracle of IceCircles without trays! See this completely different, truly modern, fully automatic refrigerator today! You'll be honestly amazed to learn how inexpensive it is to buy the one refrigerator that has everything — the new 1954 Servel! THIS IS THE ICECIRCLEsuccessor to the old fashioned ice cube. It's yours without trays-automatically-with the one and only lu.iy automatic refrigerator-the new 1954 Servel! See this miracle refrigerator today at MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC Ui -kU.-_.i_ %  ONE OF THE SOUTHS OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS ,01 W. Flagler Street 800 N.W. 73rd Street Phone 3-4645 Phone 84-0671 Ii MIAMI. FLORIDA



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    JUNE 11. 195< to Climax 'Know Your America ik; Speakers, Entertainers Slated Emanu-EI Men Install June 12 PAGE 5 A lanlic Know Your America rally will be held in Fla h> ar k on June 16 to climax Your America Week" in -eater Miami area marked 13 to 19. according to [Beach City Councilman HarL et on the arrangements said that prominent speakBroadway entertainers are ear on the program. The pub...vited. licipal Court Judge Lawrence an of Miami Beach, is genhairman of the "Know Your ca Week" campaign, which is to educate the public to enefits of democracy and up the deficits of Commuby the American Conference Combat Communism. treasurer. Members of the board of directors to be installed include Gil Balkin, Leonard Coleman. Henry Cove, civic J?' M K T Beach Irving <**"• Ra y mond Fei "er, I ', """ U> r i ler ""I MOTTU Dubler, Abe Fletcher, Ben !" lu %  President of theiZion Ginsburg, Ben Greene Herhucn organizations as !ho AmenM,n ~ <'"'> of Temple Emanu-El bert Gutman, Donald Kaplan, Dr. Sherman Kaplan, Sam Katz, Marto vin Kimmel. Joe Kogas, Solomon can Legion. Elks, American Jewish s '" l,r ; "> night. More than 300 per Committee. Guardians of Liberty Ml "' '"' M -<'hrman. spiritual Don Michnoff, Gershon Miller, Joel ticipation. assisted by Mrs. Rose leader wi svrve installing offiNewman. Joe Rubin, J. J. PerlmutField, of the American Legion Aux ccr A eom Plete program of enter-1 ter, Phil Samon, Al Lehrman, Miltainment and dancing will be pro-! ton Sirkin, Milton Smith, William Sussman, Morris Schneider, George campaien has been inspired meth Myers Is Degree Judge Hoffman is representing the Elks. Seymour Samet. Miami %  f,oldher who wi succeed Irvattorney, is representing the AJC i '" 8 CyPen U president is chair Stephen Szabo will represent the' I"" ^ •'"'""da committee for Guardians of Liberty. Sports in Israel ana a member of "Know Your America Week" has already been endorsed by President Eisenhower. A full program of events is scheduled in this area from June Talianoff. Sidney Teller, Henry Waitzkin, Sam Wiesen and Raphael Yunes. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Channing Mrs. Liebman to Act as Consultant at Peabody Mrs. Malvina Liebman, countydirector of elementary education will act as a consultant to a workshop for elementary supervisors at Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn., July 19-26. During the workshop, Mrs. Liebman will handle the specific topic of "The Public Schools and Community Relations." It will be her first trip to Peabody although she has handled workshops during previous summers in Chicago, Atlantic City and other cities. He is also chairman of emergency welfare services for the Miami Beach division of Civil Defense and active in the Masons and Elks. Alfred Stone. Al Ossip, Jules 13 to 19, Judge Hoffman announc. | ( h anning and Edward Newman will be installed as vice presidents aneth Myers son of Mr. and A poem. "Stars and Stripes." is | to work with Goldberg. Mike Salfe^nhifw C elkcl .a G ude J !" d at "-*• rally. Lot will take office as secretary. the national executive committee, have been named co-chairmen of >a•• of jewi,!, CMMMtatan MORRIS NASATTR IVEIY SUNDAY from •:30to 11 a.m. f liitaa Ta Oar New Fanfare "TMI KAMI'S COtNft" laatariafl Rabbi Lauit Cmtl It is the work of Mori Fremon, Mi ; Aaron Bookspan "as corresponding ami Beach publicist. • secretary and Irving Schatzman as the reservations committee, which includes Mike Salmon, Joel Newman, Al Ossip, Raymond Feiner, William Sussman, Morris Schneider, Sidney Teller, Morris Dubler, Abraham Fletcher and Gershon Miller. Members of the entertainment and decorations committee include a Aaron Bookspan, Alfred Stone, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Ed Newman and Sam Katz. Co-chairmen of the hospitality committee are Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and Irving Schatzman. Members include Irving Cypen, Henry Waitzkin, Herbert Gutman, Milton Sirkin, Gil Balkin, George Talianoff, Henry Cove, Irving Firtel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Ben Greene, Dr. Sherman Kaplan, Marvin Kimmel, Maxwell Mangold, Dr. Donald Michnoff, J. J. Perlmutter, Phil Salmon, Harry Smith, Milton Smith, Raphael Yunes( Sol Goldman and Al Ossip. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly ur.Hk. old-style "instants" ...,„,tas eulck but tastes so superior! inc "Flavor Buds'" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONfY, TOO! Econbmical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A fiodud l Gaotfol f oodi IHE ONtV .NSTANr CO ff t rHAT OOOJ^O -THr-MSr-OEOP FMVO.. ?



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    PAGE 4 B iVWard It. jrw.n Krii. ilankhtr of Mr •• %  M Ml Max HeUn Irla Jai • lei of Mi ami AI %  of Ml and Mra William I Brenner; Jar: • ..r Mi and I I I Ml and <%  lla H iruyr. Col h,' Mrl MolUa Pmh n M and Mm Arthur T H. I I Mr ami Mr. I >.\ id \ Hea> I Mr Ml. i..i-l M laenbra Saa !>: lauajbtM %  • %  Hi Milii.r Kabn. f Mr and Mra i i K..hn I'hii |H K-.plalt r II .11 %  ;. Km W'illlan Kdarard Kauf;. • I Mri th n Kiinrr; .f M 1 and .. k %  -. I I • V%  .M .n. d Irvea '.I I ,. \ I.I Hn Harrj L Michael f Mr W'olkowal %  v Beth David Confirmation Class of 1953-1954: Front row (left to right; are Rabbi Max Shapiro. Diner Bogish. Joy Davidow, Linda Corn. Carol Abrams, Sheila Waldbaum. Joan Edelstein. Bmbara Satei. Barbara Lefcourt and Linda Herman. Second row are Doris Plotkin. Judy Freeman. Julia Sussman. Carol Warshaw. Soralee Goldblatt. Diane Rabinowitz, Carol Rayvis. Sybil Haberman and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. teacher. Third row axe Roberta Scherer, Karen Kanter, Sheila Labbie. Dorothy Coburn. Ruth Stiebel. Judy Alpert. Judy Levitt. Zelda Warhaw. Judv Sterling and Jerome B. Gordon, director. Fourth row are Arnold August. Michael Stokols, Bernard Feinberg. Morris Spector. Robert Spiegel. Allan Lauler, Bruce Fetter, Arnold Schatzman. Joseph Baron and Eugene Novogiodsky. Beth Sholom Confirms Largest Class In Temples History on Sunday Evening The largest c!a in the history I ,:il r n J of Temple Beth Sholom was con1 RothliM.t, ilauKhler of Mi rvinr M'lhnun. I.ynn* Ruanak. <.auKlH>r of Mr ml Mr*. firmed at a Shavuoth confirmation i-enr.i Hunik ivmaki American Jewish Tercentenary which is being celebrated throughout the United States. The special JaTvfcM was a joint project ot the confirmation class and Rabbi 1 Kronish. The mu-ical portions were conducted by Cantor Samuel Kele Mi ..ml Mra. Sainurl Segal. Jr.. Jon Heroin, BOB of Mr and Mra J..hn s.rl.ln. Sandm S Sokulsky daiiKlitci of Mr and Mri Kenneth ftokoiakv; i'tnihi.i Jo Sooiln. daughter of Mi and Mra s ijumiir Rootin; Joyce ii*. daughter of Mr and M'> Alirithmn Strain. BaMlla daw Weil daughter of In and Mri Leonard W.il Morton Shale Yullah. urn Of Mr and Mra laidorOaiToUah; mil Kixinllirbarii Belter, ifaiight. i ..I M MiI...ins Z~ller. 11.1 .1 %  n. am • %  PkylPi and M I ...• i\ ". erman. .'. • V. i 'lahti-r I \\ • Those confirmed were: d.Mlghlel • r Mr and M l....n. .1 Aattbarh. %  nd Mrs .;. %  ., t. Ilarrh I Bark Jay Hirsch Receives Medical Degree Dr Jaj ('• Hindi MO "i Mr and Mrs Abe Hirsch. 1930 s\v jnth f Mi .1 M.Samuel llankowlti M %  Ma> win. Hi i.-*it. daughter ..' %  • '•' vi nor Draata. Jooa £ggnati, • .1 iod 'Mm laadoi. Patx i i %  rhtei ..f Mr J..". H-lih 1 • • %  kll. I labn i.-r of Ml nd f .-in.mri. %  i ... Miii na l r.. %  inn Fried '.•• i \i and Mi MM I i'.i\ i i... Ooldin. Mi r i Mr Mom i loldli 1 1. If utusbter %  f \i Howa .i i|. ii. Mr and Lear Graduates Get Certificates Diplomas of graduation were awarded here to eight stu dents who have completed their studies at the Lear School of Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. was guest speaker .t the 21st comjnencement exercises of the pre paratory school. Ida R. Lear, director-principal of ihe school, presented sheepskinStudents receiving their high school diplomas were the Misses Joan Adler. Barbara Glass, (.ail Heller. Sheila Mnledzky. Vera Shapiro and Barbara L'rett. Receiving • ii' .\'nmi sin. i^.>u .-IT* ^I/III ., ... ll t i..i, ii i j i • I lic.l u/'/'V,';..;:: diplomas upon completion of their • week at the College of S I un,or ,gn Scno l s,udles w "e Mil'..n it I arrv I bum anrl I .m... T-.....I :. i meinnati. Ohio i-arr> v nason ana James Zjgel Hr Hirsch wa e..-. u to thi AOA nations] honorary medical i.:',,', ""'' M '* rnity. He will .ntern at Philsd ,' ila'.'n'ersl Hospital siartin July 1 Ir Hirsch'l mother is attending the graduation From there she will fly t.i Denver. Colorado to visit her other MM, tlMll UcfMaTfi <; Hir-eh. o( Temple EnUHMKl • •f Mi .. nd Mra A Paul of Mr aad Mra u M % %  .. n Margoll 1 nd M -..,:.janMarkowlta, •i.uotin... ,.< Mr .n.i Mra i.i II • Markowlta i:. a* daughter of Mr MIK| !• nun Jon .1 i • i. Pn gar. Alan K M .i d Mn l... R of Mi and M • \ Roth HinihTifitrlnvrs Are Graduated More than 20 kindergartners were | graduated at special exercises on Friday. June 4. in the Academy Auditorium, according to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. The youngsters, having complet ed a full year of activity, marked the occasion with a festival entitled "Here Are Our First Fruits." The children, dressed like the pilgrims of Biblical days, carried baskets containing various types of Israeli fruits, in commemoration ot the ancient festival of Pentecost, observed during the days of the temple. The playlet was written by Miss Ayala Bricklin and Mrs. Marjone Ent. teachers, with musical accompaniment by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. musical director of the Academy. Diplomas were presented by Rabbi Gross The graduates are: Joey Anm i sty. Pearl Attias. Ronald Berg man. Daniel Ca.ssel. Bruce Dia mond. Neal Farr. Diane Guttman. Cheryl Kaplan. Lorraine atattz, Frank Klein. Richard Kleiner. Rob ert Klinger. Richard Kokkin.s. Ronald Lax. William Leader, Sylvia Leon. Michael LuUky. Philip Mir melli. Charles Neustein. Norman Reich. Judith Reinhard. PhylBs Reinhard. Mark Safra, Glenn Shu-, man. Stephen Winnick and Miriam Wolfe Begler School to Open Summer Season June 21 A day camp for children six to 12 years of age will be fnraiJsDk immer for resident! of the North Dade area and adjacent communitic The camp is being conducted by the Begler School, with Mrs. Jack Begler as camp director Mrs. Beg ler was formerly supervisor of the Mismj Beach "Y" and for several j years directed the V camps. The camp will run for a period of eight Mate, from June 21 to August 13 Activities include arts and crafts, nature study, atheltics. archeiv, horseback riding, music, dramatics and trips There will be daily swimming at a private pool under the wipe rvtet ea of qualified swim ming instructor.A tntorlnf serv ice and transportation is available ITS SMART TO SEE THE <|f£AB0H4$ IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC 6LVD JTUDAV < ''"firmation !" 2£ ; ,x iu *, 7h f-nfirmm,^ n "P ^d gowa ftT? **> -ShS ^H Mamches and ^ Bihle, ttere Bisterhood to eachn. H'EhhijhtoftheprS— eonftrmants presSS original cant aU .^Jj Ojff. written aiwdiiT 1 Alexander Stiebel Music was written aJ 'ed b) Mr, Jack JJJ coordinated by Jer £S educational director FtJ •ervices, a reception km firmantw hcld J gogue N01 Tha iJTi'rt D Tear CM I baHwl m_ OaUhw.i OwtJ DOCTORS RECC SUGARINI FOR DIABETICS. OVI AND LOW CALORBI war* II %  i ailiai I (iuaranteed NonJi Oaa It aathataaw-aall -0i. En BottJt..( AVAILABLE AT' LOCAL FOOD SlJNR&YmfiK HEALTH RESORT MOTELSajaiTAtrtUM MIAMI ixomoa Byilders if Innirtil Memerials for til \raf> O n Jewish Trail REGULAR HOW! Reg %  %  v s t| to yOur hM|J bettf "d mort eco* DRYWO00 ERADICATED NYLON UNI SI'aiB* ^ Vear Oujr* Orywood or SuOlerriiHH TRULY NOLEN Mi AN* i f e.Kira 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH • %  5-3444 Confirmation exercises of the North Shore Jewish Center took place on Sunday evening, June 6. Confirmation class includes Evie Hertzon. Ginger Bernie. Mavis Goldstein. Lanny Gelfand, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader, and David Wasserman. Look /or the 2^Story Whits Bui.'dino Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES 0n $ntlayi Phana 13-0249 xm-. v ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNF M A I MARION C McCUNI M A I I IKS | Ml Wll i HI II MM. Lwen ii SCHACHT0 New Yiddish f wfaUL I' *J rai, pr.ir.-i J^fl Pastartt ^J^T^ NORMAN B. LW* ;



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    f, jUNE_a_195£. The Board of Governors at least four times each year and as often as eight times per year when necessary. The Board elects members to serve on the Executive Committee following the annual meeting of the membership, and the Board also elects 21 of its members to serve on the important Budget Committee. nation's Board of Governors tunced; Election is Unanimous .ers of the Board of Gover|the Greater Miami Jewish on for the year 1954-55 hanimously elected at the fuai meeting of Federation. flard is the governing body nation and consists of the be past president, organizaCovernors, elected officers fless than 75 or more "tHwf nbers elected by plurality Ithe members in attendance Dnual meeting of the mem[of Federation, nors hold office for the one year. I,, nerve with Federation's „,.., n I.I iho body are the folbmmunlty loadara: rkerntan, Jerome Adelman, Al|>ert, Sidney Armln, R. t,i,. Haul AkenHy. Leonard r [)avld Hann, l>r Melvln feiiln.v I llernliaum, Herman PS,Fred Hlank. William irrhie Brick, l>anlel Hnmd. [Broad, Ben Bronaton, Mra. rrell, Mrs. Wnr. Capland, .IIIII, Alvln faaael. Invlt I.,.,, Ch.iikln. Oeorge Chcrti hertkof, Ixldor Cofoolik, Kd I'owen. Joaeiih ,.„ jianbaum, Joneiih DunJosrph I'untov. knateln, Leon Ell, I.eon Bpiron Karr, Mra. Aaym Karr, I.hm.m. Milton A. Friedman. f(i r'uiman, Paul A. (iiilliul. ii. i. In Sam (Sertman. i I...UIilolilinan, Sam A. i Stuart Hordon, Dr. Philip Knnl J lioiild, Arrhle (Jreeni; • %  >slii|[er, Imrslore l.nlllllriiii.tn. Ml" Saul lAlberl i lllrach, Morria Hotslil.i JiiM-ph. Arthur Kahn. Hyii. |. Kaplan, Mra. I*on jn I >.< v nl Klrah, Morrla j Kopelowlt*, Irvln Kor• koretxky. Aaron Krnvltx. Ihiiiiin Mra. Irvln* Uhrnian, Eowoder, l>.i\ld l.evlni-oii. J twin. I—i'li M. I.lpton. Sam Cheiitei l.nl'V, Kabhl Samuel %  Abraham Mailman, Ifr* l.ouItskt. M 1 (lortton Marmorp-i'l'li Mi-rhlow. Max Melnel. Hirarh Meyer, Ben Meyers, Me)i-rs, I I. Mlnlier, Mra. [Mlntsea, Jack Muravchli-k, nlev ('. Mvera. Mra. Clem MyJr. 'Kin t Pelaer, Mrs. Harry IjoM-|ih Pantos, Sam ProsterIrrv II Queen, Jacob Habinoi Rexnlek, Alvln Richter. BurDan B. Itunkin, Irving Hnftl. s.ii'iii'. Irvine Schataman. %  frnli-r, Henry Seltlln. Mra. ^ZbtlkrWar! cere [El Academy Second Year |E1 Hebrew Academy closed Jid year with exercises held lurdav evening in the Dora IHall. of the Academy presentkried program in Hebrew plish consisting of orations, nd dance. Ihmaryahu T. Swirsky defan address entitled, "Plantven." Its of the pupils were hosts pal hour following the celeMount Sinai Caps Nurses Here Graduation and capping mony of the School of Practical Nursing at Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami were held in the Hospital last week. Miss Alice Isabel Mustard, RN m.?H,!iV f ST l Jackson ^ Rabbi Taxman came to I morial Hospital, was guest speaker and the opening prayer was rer A C Un ry ,n August 1951 and has dered by Mrs. Morris Goldin, pres-! slnce ,hen neld ,ne P st f spiritident of the Women's Auxiliary. ual leader to the West Miami conGreetings were extended by Samuel Gertner, executive director, and students were presented by Mrs. I cal Association of Greater M MM Alfred Waxman Rabbi Waxman Appointed to Rabbinic Assembly At the last convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the West Miami Jewish Center, was unanimously elected to membership of the Assembly. Carmen F. Ross, RN, MA, director of education. Miss Mildred A. Vogel, RN, director of nurses, presented the diplomas, pins and caps to the graduates and students, followed by the Practical Nurse Pledge by the students and Miss Mustard's address. Closing prayer was read by J. Gerald Lewis, vice president. Board of Trustees. Caps were awarded to Miss Theresa Cresiski. Miss Hazel King, Miss Joan Mascola. Mrs. Blanche Kalinan, Miss Celia Samuels and Mrs. Shirley Weber. Those finishing the course are Marilyn Esther Schwimmcr and Evelyn Katherine Schwimmer. gregation. He is a member of the Rabbiniiami and honorary chaplain to the State Department of Flarida of the Jewish War Veterans. Before coming to this country, he held the position of spiritual leader to the community of South Wales for nine years and is a graduate of the Liverpool Talmudic Theological College and the Universities of Cardiff and Swansea. For many years, he was a student of Rabbi I. J. Unterman, now Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, and has also studied under Rabbi Dr. Isadore Epstein, Principle of Jews' College London, and Rabbi K. Kahana. Rabbi Waxman lives with his wife and two daughters in West Miami. Imp Umatil.a | lor ROYS AND GIRLS Hour! from Miami [SECTION NEVER TROUBLED MMOUSLY BY POLIO I WHIP S. 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    PAGE 4 A iiiiMii Published every Friday since 1*27 by the Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami U, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office 'of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March S, 187. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer. ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor vJemsfifleridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 Thr Jewish Ftorhlian d" "><• uarani. i ol the my s.lently Needs opening so it can be put to good use Without lt\Mrvation The marking of "Know Your America Week" in the Miami area is a good thing. Purpose of the observance is to reacquaint us with the benefits of democracy while pointing up Communism as an ideology inimical to our way of life. As citizens, we are all aware of the current dangers besetting American democracy, as well as freedom everywhere. It seems to us, however, that we have been spending an inordinate amount of time trying to conquer fear and to uncover those Communist elements seeking to prey upon every facet of our day-byday existence. An embarrassing negligence, contrarily, has lain in our failure to rely upon the inherent good of American democracy. In our effort to protect what we prize, we have been against too many things and not enough for thacentrally important core. Suspicion, distrust and oftentimes amateur "policing" have divided our energies; a more terrible development can be for these things to set neighbor against neighbor. No amount of militant Communism can endanger us when we genuinely understand and appreciate the democratic society in which we live. The observanoe of "Know Your America Week" in Miami serves to return our attention to this fact and to emphasize a basic principle that the best way to espouse a living philosophy such as our own in this nation is to live it without reservation. illusory suriace. There "J^ ** luseums and other enters of""?**', Augmenting them are endless row. „, curirKi(i J* displays and art stores. In an area where men *£L sho| *-l -cessive drink and where women of ,£'* exuding the.r stench of Bnittifariou, Z L l' ech „ s tity and without discrimination, I entered what TZ ? Pph f>7ftS %  hlb,t for the benef,t of the tourist, the • art""sL" *Z%5Z basket framed by brass or wro "8ht iron l,. n „ ^VN -n3 producUon me,ho<1 somewhere further north """'"""HI isJtik K t Y t ,here 1 fOU nd Chinese silk scr "lucked a„ uffilSEt M draWef f Cl Set nd Lo,us *""> '".pret*i"' VfCTfm Marvelous reproductions of French ami SpamsnL & W %  boun ^ ed Nex door %  t.r.te bookshop tohH rttsWl K 0m, H ma | M,nes and few y" rds '""her •-SX. the cheap liquor establishments whose habitues w J" men and the perfumed ladies on the dirty pavement (i coffee money or soliciting one's company for the evew? • • • • e CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS CITY is the endless ro. ing perspective, one sees the three-step, white stooped hundreds of homes having no windows anvwhere but MlhS Back gardens are a tangle of wash lines U far as the a.2 needing mending and wooden protruberences from the bnrt i two and three stories high, at rickety angles proclainW tionable function as porches. ^ But a short distance away are the fine homes They staMh and bends on winding streets of thickly growing foliate, loi go these hilly roads — Stoneleigh was mj favorite and a more real than Miami, where trees and brush are on occaiMajsi the aJ|nosphere so that a sad. stoney flatm there can sorwa-l guised. Major League baseball has come to this ntv. and onei, else discussed. Placards are seen everywhere calling far %  "our birds" (the Baltimore Orioles), support of the knotholtS, support "our birds," as well as for support of -uch organintnt. Police and Fire Departments who also support our birds" k of so many juxtaposed contrasts, this unanimih seems somekaj ing. Forty minutes north of the nation's capital, Baltimore i more concern with matters of central importance than do area. Press coverage of the Washington scene is about as,. variety we get at home; television's attitude appears equal*i Although a major Washington TV station presents the Arnjl hearings daily, no facility here feels inclined to "hook up" was., despite the fact that two of Baltimore's three large channels ail ated by newspapers. lnt*ooperative Diplomacy Syria this week found itself acting unUateraly in a dispute between Arab leaders and Israel Most of the time, such action is the result of deep-rooted conviction, but Syria merely rubber-stamped a move rejected by Israel during a Mixed Armistice Commission discussion. Wh t en *"* 'waders insisted upon bringing into theu a Iks a matter clearly beyond the province of the commission, the Israel delegation walked out on the discussion first making ,t emphatically understood that it was not guitting the MAC and indicated a cooperafive willingness to resume the business at hand when Syrian members would be prepared to Snti^l 1Sa V far a P^entar? protocol is concerned. I After the Israelis left, the Arab, voted for the ST !" "' mea8Ure II to a PP'n that this sta*2 "" C 1 0 P era,lve d ip lomacy has been d" signed to keep going a cold war from which tt> Arab League, at large, can hardly fail to I AM INCLINED TO BELIEVE that no member of the -, Jewish press can, with any intelligence, criticize the failure of i| communications medium to report the Arm\ McCarthy beams. I is within the province of that press to publish all news of; for Jews, then it is committing a great injustice to its rea—. liberately ignoring the hearings. Certainly, the Englbh-Jetial has taken a generally negative stand on the matter of U'lseonai f" Joseph R. McCarthy — albeit a much weaker position than r intellectual integrity could ever allow. But its failure to rfs— Army-McCarthy hearings can only be interpreted as repreststafj unwillingness to cope with an issue in which two Jewish penoaf unpopular principals at the moment. This seejns to me indefensible — especially in light that a Hollywood actress, for example, is newsworthy to us I may have had a Jewish mother. On at least two previous i wrote detailed articles in this column relating to Pvt. G Bland Roy Cohn. Both pieces elicited a number of critical calk I ters which excoriated me* for dealing with two men who are 1 to their religion." As I see it. whether their characteruatioij critics is valid or not, we are remiss in our function and do" honest if we allow ourselves to be intimidated by such CII and avoid the issue at largeIt must seem to me that I have failed somewhere as an i if the Hollywood actress flatters my ego because of a coms! and if Messrs. Cohn and Schine are a source of personal %  for the same reason. I can also find no solace in the sS ^V : contrasting position. Again, as an example, we are concerned release by the Navy Department of Abraham Chasanow beeastj one alleges that he had Communist dealings. Or, we fought v Amendment well before most of the public knew what MJ legislation was. Or, the English-Jewish press continues to %  McCarran Act on the basis of its inequalities. • •see THESE WERE AND CONTINUE TO be brave crusades. IM>1 der to think of the fate of these noble stands if a C"**SZ some other unpopular Pagliacci — were somehow a pnncipa Carried to its logical conclusion, this would mean that we can m upon to report the news only when we feel it '" n0 """ 3 This sort of supersensitive religionism has. indeed, affected m which the English Jewish press handled the Chasanow others of its type. We can hardly credit ourselves with as powerful J*P on the Navy Department's current fiasco-as we engaged m ^ Bncker fought to limit the Presidents treaty making P< •'fleet, to destroy further our government's chances ol wr Genocide Pact. This, of coure, is because Abraham Chasin is suspect, and we fear a growing tide — the irresponsible of Communists with Jews. Our own intelligence must oe ^ ^ desert Chasanow so unceremoniously for this reason; *> % %  tegrity. TV set h' Meanwhile, I pick up the Washington station on •' my Sheraton-Belvedere auite. disregard a snowy. imP""^ coming from sixty miles away and listen to Mr. Roy c as best I can.



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    PAGE 2 B +Jmistfk)rkMon Mrs. Farr New Conference PresidentMrs. Liebman Sites Women's World Role Women can do their part to steer the world in the direction of nobility and human dignity. Mrs. Seymour Liebman told members of the Conference of Jewish Women's 0 r g a n i zations meeting at an annual installation luncheon in t h e Empress H o t el recently. Delegates, representing 77 Jewish women's groups in D a d e and B r o w a rd l" o unties, heard >!rs. Lieb man. guest speaker and director of Dade's elementary education, assail the alternative possibility ered as part of the fourth and final program of the seaon of the Conference and entitled "Women's Role in the World.'" The organization, which meets four times annually, previously dedicated programs to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. I'nited Nations and in terfaith activity. Elected president, for the onsu ing year was Mrs. Aaron FanOther officers named are the Mes1 dames Matilda Ratner. and A. Frank Wel.'inv vice presidents: Ir win Weinstein. recording secretary. Benjamin Appel. correspond ing secretary Hart) Rogers, treasurer: Julian Weinkle. calendar secj retary: and Monte Selig. parliaj mentanan Mrs. Milton Sirkin. outgoing thai of world movement toward president, presided and told dele Kaye to Receive Degree in Osteopathy Slanlev B. Kave. son of Mr. and Mn Marcus Ka>e. 1S46 SW l*h | st.. received his Doctor of Oste' opathy decree from Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery Friday Kaye holds a BA degree from the University of Arizona and did graduate work at the University of Florida. He was a technical sergeant in the IS Army from 19431946. He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity and Psi Sigma Alpha, national osteopathic scholastic honor socitty. He will intern in Detroit CWCBtQ mmtmxmm destructive baroarism The most dangerous chasm ex -he said, between the sphere i : advancement and the sphere of human relationships "For this reason," the former principal of I'entral Beach Elementary School told tne women's gathering, "women >>e equal to men in education. u-t be alert, intelligent and alive and must have equal opportunity to mike wise decisions.'' The pattern of conduct in the h..me influences future adult beMrs Liebman pointed out. emphasizing women's part in future world historyThe principle address was delegates in her annual report that the "conference of Jewish Women's Or' gani7ations must continue to bring to the attention of constituent j groups matters ol wide community and national interest "While the programs narticipat' ed in by our individual organization focus our attention on their specific problems and concerns. Conference serves to broaden our knowledge with regard to the world at large and women's place there." Mrs Sirkin said. The outgoing president also elatx rated on the group's three major | projects which include servicemen s activities through the JewDade Chapter Elects Officers, Directors A J (Jack) (leary has been reelected to his 17th consecutive term as Dade County chairman of iional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis at a meeting held in the El Comodore Hotel this week. Robert Pentland. Jr.. was named to his third term as March of Dimes chairman for 1955. Directors reelected include Harold Solomon. Mrs. Julius Spector. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf. ish Welfare Board, interfaith activity and community relations. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. acted as installing officer. 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    JLMHHLi %  I • a • • m • f J^wislb Ja^DdiJinun FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954 nders Says Sen. McCarthy nspires Foreboding in Jew tILTON FRIEDMAN Telegraphic Agency fcNGTON — Does Sen. JoMcCarthy cause foreboding Imerican Jews? Sen. Ralph fcrs, Vermont Republican, Irs asked the Senate to conhe foreboding" McCarthy in our fellow citizens of blood and faith." Among I said Flanders, fear of Mc"well-nigh universal" in fthe fact that some of Mcclosest associates are of elements of Communist and Fascist 1 Nazi Emha tyranny ... as citizens are set to' spy upon each other. and responsible government ii smirched. Religion is set against religion, race against race." On the day Flanders spoke, the B'nai B'rith lodge of Denver, Colo., held a panel discussion on the topic: "Is McCarthyism a Threat to American Jewry?" That same assy properties in Washington confiscated by the U S Cus ^stabhshedltodian of Alien Property ^HU. ler seized U.S. properties in Germany. Jews like other Americans, listened in amazement when McCarthy announced it was the •duty" of Federal employes to give him secret information even though thi day Rep. Emanuel'c'ellerchaTsed i 3T 8 .""* was against ,he law above the law' and torney General, expressly author]!ed to do so, said McCarthy's action set himself "would be judge, jury and hangman." And it was this day that ,— .. 1 !"!" ., u.i miIUV trial rth. "In seeking the ornewspapers reported a significant Dis foreboding." said FlanIhave been led to remempart the Senator played in stigation of the Malmedy and the strange tenderdisplayed for the Nazi ruflolved Perhaps this would been enough to perpetu boding, but his anti-Comso completely parallels |Adolf Hitler as to strike 1 the heart of any defenseonly ." nders opinion McCarthy is tile for introducing in "one of the characteristic statement by Municipal Court Justice David A. Rose, of Boston, Mass., chairman of the National Civil Rights Committee of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. Rose said "all the evaluations of public opinion" indicate that "Americans of the Jewish faith are deeply concerned with current threats to civil liberties." Ironically, all this happened the same day — June 1 — that Sen. William Langer, North Dakota Republican, chose to submit a Senate was an attempt to usurp the authority of the executive branch of the government. In Boston. 1.200 delegates attending an annual conference of District No. 1 of Bnai B'rith adopted a resolution condemning disregard for Constitutional authority "by some officials of the Government." The resolution did not name any Government officials but made a direct reference to the "disillusioning spectacle" of the McCarthyArmy hearings and said the "abuse of power can lead only to the lessening of American prestige and bill to pay the West German Gov-! international amity, to the impairernment $300,000 as reparation for men) of individual liberty, and to ibbi Narot will Head Tercentenary Group lonwide celebration — callewish leaders "a kind of birthday party for the [America*—will be launchpptember of this year and in Jewish communities but the I'nited States. Ightmonth celebration will %  orate the 300th anniverI Jewish settlement in this Joseph R. Narot, Temple Ipiritual leader, has been Jo serve as general chairIthe Greater Miami TercenTommittee. Several organmeetings have been held [purpose of discussing tenpograms for the Greater Miduring the Tercentenary (ion period. I historic event will involve usalof the last three cenlof our achievements in as well as serious stockier the future." said Rabbi [addressing organizational of the committee at a last week. tall for development of a Miami Tercentenary Com|o which organizations will Negates for the purpose of fm involvement in the comi observance. fie ways in which the TerPy Jill be saluted in the I'londa area are not yet ed. Rabbi Narot explainroughout the country, corn's are planning conferences, f radio and television proI exhibits, concerts, pageants. ation projects, and various ," ren >nies — and manv Programs to mark the signififmversary event. >eater Miami observance is ro to include participants warby South Florida comZ '"f %  !"-• %  Hollywood and uoerdale Organizations are *.appoint their official repfenat '? ,hC Great MUlii !" nr>Committee. Irla' n .' enary w,u mark hwognuion of the date in fon it*?' When • Jews Wl I anh att > Inland seekWHHU and civic freedom. Al""ne .ndividual Jews had es ,hes 23 were the first Jerge Bolet Jorge Bolet to Open Summer Series; Will Perform Tschaikowsky Concerto the destruction of national confitheir guests. Music everyone enjoys, light and lyrical, perfectly tuned to the tropic atmosphere, will be the fare this summer for Greater Miamians and dence and unity." Several months a%o the national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League. Henry E. Schultz, said he had frequently been asked: "Is McCarthy an anti-Semite?" The reply made by SduUU was that McCarthy was "certainly not an antiSemite in the sense that Gerald L. K. Smith is ... He has made conspicuous use of his staff members who are Jewish. But I believe the curity of our minority groups is Another summer of good music and informal gaiety is in the making — the fourth season of the Miami Beach Pop Concerts by the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra, with John Bitter as music director. These concerts have, for the past three years, filled a vital need in the lives of thousands. Last summer, 25,000 people enjoyed the ten Sunday evening concerts in the air conditioned Miami Beach Audiargely dependent on the strength j torium. Rabbi Httph Woref gronp to settle here permanently and organize a congregation. The national Jewish Tercentenary Committee, headed by a nationwide committee of 300 distinguished American Jews started to develop plans in 1952. some two and a half years prior to the official beginning of the Tercentenary period. President Eisenhower, in a communication to Ralph E. Samuel chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary, said "I am happy to greet the members and friends of Continued on Pf 5 B of our democratic institutions I believe that Senator McCarthy's methods have injured many of our democratic institutions." While noting important differences between the America of today and the Germany of 1933, the ADL national chairman said: "A| show-case example of the use of prejudice to get ahead in a confused world was the burning of the Reichstag building in the early years of the Nazi climb in Germany. It was 'proved,' in a widely publicized trial, that 'Communists' had destroyed the building. Public opinion was inflamed against 'the enemy.' Soon after, the Nazis turned these carefully nurtured hatreds against the Jews." Ten concerts will again be given on consecutive Sunday evenings at 8:30 p.m., beginning June 20, and set with tables seating eight. During the two intermissions, light refreshments will be served, and there will be usual visiting and chatting from table to table. As the schedule shows, the first summer concert in the Miami Beach Pop Concert series offered for the fourth season by the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra will be held on Sunday evening, June 20, at Miami Beach Auditorium. Dean John Bitter will be on the podium, and guest soloist will be world renowned pianist Jorge Bolet. The program w;il include the Overture to Zampa by Herold; Claire de Lune from Suite Bergamasque by Debussy; Boccherini Gables Center Sets Joint Installation Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold an installation and dinner dance in the Scheherazade Room of the Algiers Hotel on Sunday. June 13, at 7:30 p.m. Joint installation will place into office officers and Board members of all Center group affiliates. Presidents include Sam Weissel, of the Center; Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, Sisterhood; Herman Isis. Men's Club; and Mrs. Jerome Weiss, PTA. ., Mrs. Sam D. Goodman, installation chairman, this week said that Herbert Gelernter will act as master of ceremonies. Installation of ficer will be Joseph Koven. Combined GMJCC Prepares for Summer Camp Opening; Orientation Set June 14 A combined staff of over 50 counselors will be in charge of the activities for the hundreds of boys and girls who are enrolled in the three day camps of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center this coming summer, it was announced by Emanuel Tropp, director of activities. All of these counselors will undergo an intensive week of precamp orientation and training on June 14. Members of the Centers professional staff and various outside specialists will conduct training sessions covering such subjects as the purpose of a Jewish camp, undeilanding individual and group behavior, safeguarding the campers health and waterfront safety. There will also be workshops to develop increased skills along such lines as group singing, games, crafts, nature study, swimming, story telling and dramatics. At the Town Branch, camp director will be Branch supervisor Israel endinTAugusT 22 wi^h guest' conSJI^^J* *"* Volpe; 1 Suite from Carmen by Bizet; Gould's Guaracha; and the Strauss walz, The Blue Danube. Mr. Bolet, will be heard in a performance of the Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor by Peter Tschaikowsky. The first Pop series of six concerts was given in 1936 at the Roney Plaza Gardens, and conducted by Arnold Volpe. The orchestra played on a cooperative basis, and was made self-supporting through the sponsorship by Sam Murray of a half-hour radio program. It is a unique coincidence that Dr. Volpe is not only responsible for the establishment of summer orchestra concerts in Dade County, but also in the United States. This included four years of open-air concerts in Central Park, New York, from 1909 to 1913, which were sponsored by the Park Department of the City of New York, and the founding of the Lewisohn Stadium concerts in 1918, the first successful season of summer concerts in ductors and soloists as follows: JUNE M — John Bitter — Jorge I!olet. Planlat. JINK 11 — John Bitter — Ruggiero Rlccl, Violinist. Jfl.V t — John Hitter — fe'anroma. Planlet Jl'I.V II — John Ritter — Fague SiirhiRninnn. Baritone. JULY is — liter Bolomon — Jennette La Itianca. t'oloratura Soprano. JULY :.'"> — UUer Solomon — Diana Btelner, Violinist. AUGUST 1 — Izler Solomon — Fausto Garcia Medetea, Pianist. AUGUST I — Modem* Alloo — Joan Field, Viollnim. AUGUST IS — John Bitter — Ksther Pavnc. I'lanlm. AUGUST -— John Bitter — Sigurd Itascher, Saxophonist. The entire lower floor will be Silver, and his head counselor will be Mrs. Dolores Pearl, year-round youth activities supervisor. Nisson Pearl, Beach Branch suNew York, pervisor, will direct the Beach Camp and will be assisted by youth supervisor Miss Rhoda Gnesin. At the Flagler-Granada Camp, area supervisor Harry Shamis will direct, and head counselor will be Frieda Kahn, formerly associated with the GMJCC nursery staff. Each group in all three camps will be headed by a senior counselor of college age or older. Assisting in all groups will be junior conselors ranging from 15 to 18 years of age. Senior counselors who have been assigned thus far include Elinor Blumenthal, Carole Fogelman, Roberta Freeman, Myra Gainsboro, Marilyn Greenberg. James Honigbaum, Marcia Jervis, Melvyn Katzen, Arlene Kroll, Evelyn Nieberg, Dorothy Reich, Selma Saitman, Sherwood Ross, Ronald Greene, Continued on Page 5 B These concerts have been the forerunner of all other summer concerts in the United States, among them Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, Denver, Hollywood Bowl, California, and Kansas City. Kuperberg Reelected by Temple Israel Group Robert Kuperberg has been reelected president of Temple Israel Young Adult Group. Other officers named include Seymour Hinkes, first vice president; Morton Perkis, second vice president; Burn ice Bass, treasurer: Francine Queenth, recording secretary; and Alice Lewin, corresponding secretary. Temple Israel Young Unmarried Adults plan their next social gathering at the Temple on Sunday evening, June 13.



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    PAGE 8 B Parent-Teacher Groups Form Council Of PTA's; Special Committees Named Representative of 14 Parenti-h Center: Theodore PearUtein, Teacher Associations of the Jewish Hilda Schwarttberg, TiiOreUi IT*C\ schools of Greater Miami met toMxtksMe Center; Joseph Oatrte, getner to form a Council of ParentZamora Jewiafa Center; G Teachers Aasociation at the home Goldberg, Miami Hebron School 01 Rabbi and MR Morris A. Skop. The initial meeting was >insored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Parent Teacher Assoporarj secretary ciation of Coral Gable-. Jewish Canter. Principal speaker was Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, who led the discussion to define the scope and activities of the proposed Parent Teacher Council +Jmi§*ncrk#9rL I %  • Bi nv '1 was elected temper, %  •. chairman : the Council wi"h MrBeefcman actr Plans Made to Decorcie Center A plan for redecorating the facilities of the Town Branch GreatOut of the discussion emerge-! er Miami Jewish Community On these objectives of the Council: to t^r. was put into effect thiweek act as a clearing house for the activities on all Parent Teacher Ante nations, attempting to deal with common problem.-: stimulating the formation of Parent-Teacher AJM ciations in those schools where Par %  hen the Decorating. Committee met a-' dlW* up final planfor renovating the Center lounge. The Committee, in consultation with Joseph Ma-ter-. interior decorator, selected paint and color ent Teacher Associations do not ex\ schemes, made planfor drapes, rei-t. planning workshops for the oVmg of Venetian blinds and I Parant-Teacher Association mem diacnaaaal 'he u-e of large photo her-hip of all Khoob BO BJ t -tim mphl depeeting the different • proper organization and COOkindof Center activities for Ihistructive programming; publica room Funds for the project are n of bulletins containing programming materials, topicfor di,on. and methods of using these I materialMembership in the Council will be open to representatives of all Parent Teacher Associations of all [ Golden Age Committee: and Mrs Jewish schools and of representa Lejwla Sternshein. Chairman Teen lives of organizations performing | Age Committee similar functionRepresenting the Adult Social A special committee to impie Group are Ruth Roscnthal. Mararnent the stated objecthrea wm lene Lurie and Siegfried Bergler. nominated, including the Mes Representing the Young Adult dames Miriam August. Claire Ap-' League are Jack Dickson. Gerald pelhaum. North Dade Jewish ten. Rothbard and Marvin Zalhs. The ter; Raphael Yunes. Ruth Green. Teen Age Division was represented Belle I-ehrman. Temple Emanu El; by Elaine Suchman. Barbara FooDorothy Hand-hu. Jerry Stem, saner and Beven> Kramer Beth David Congregation: Sylvia | leoby. North shore Jewish Cen Cantor Brummer Sings ter: Sadye Lebowitz. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center; Samuel ( Knights of Columbus organiza Beckman. Coral GableJewish i tion met Tuesday evening. June 8. Tenter; Estelle Benach Temple Beth Sholom. Jeanne Lasavin. 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    PAGE 10 A +Jeni*t>ncri(#*n _jTUDAY, GLOBAL SHORTS Subsidy on Oil Ended; Price Rise of $15,000,000 is Saved JERUSALEM —The price' of fuel oil rose in Israel in the wake j of the announcement last Friday I that the government was discon-J tinuing the payment of subsidies to' keep down the price of oil The gas companies have already upped ; their prices while transport companies have announced that they are this week preparing new and increased fare schedules to make up the difference in their fuel I costs. U.S., Britain Stirred by Jordan's Quitting Debate UNITED NATIONS (JTAi—The American and British delegations at the United Nation were busy checking with their respective governments on what should be their attitude toward Jordan's withdrawal from discussions on the Palestine issue in the IN Security Coun oil. TS.e withdrawal, which was officially announced late last Friday by Abdul Monem Rifai. Jordan Am bassador to Washington, is considered here a refusal by the Jordan (Government to submit in advance to any decisions the Security Coun cil may take on the complaints and counter-complaints of Jordan and Israel Mizrachi Labor Convention Appeals for Aid to Israel GREENFIELD PARE, Ma. II (JTAiResolutions calling upon the United States i migress t>> continue American aid to Israel and the Middle Bad and not to allow the shipment of American arm to Arab countries w,re adopted at the concluding session here ol the fourday annual convention of the liapoel Hamizrachi of America, a relifffOUf labor Zionist group MOM than 500 delegates attended the convention B'nai B'rith President Urges Continued Support BOSTON (JTAI — Philip Klutz nick, national president of B'nai B'rith. this weekend attacked the stunning' tactics of the Soviet 1 Union in exploiting the tension be! tween Israel and the Arab states Mr. Klutznick spoke at a three-day i meeting of District Lodge No 1 ol j B'nai B'rith which was attended by 1.200 delegates from New York. I New England and Canada. Mr Klutznick pointed out that be-' tide Turitej the only state in the Middle Fast that could be counted : as an ally ol the democratic nations u.i' Israel Cantors' Association of Greater Miami receives its charter. Shown at the sitm' right) Cantors Bernard Kelemer, treasurer; Irving Robinson, vice presidentJud V^J lin; Judge Kenneth Oka. representing the group founded in February, 1948c* -1 Kelemer. president; and Jack Bornstein. secretary. In addition to Cantors BonwS? inson. the charter committee also included Ca ntors Edward Klein and AbrahtmSl Mrs. Blank Again Heads North Dade Sisterhood Israel Cabinet Urged to Start J i 1 %  Fire ,0 ,$roe, Inquiry on Mizrachi Raid Fie,d$ '' Cau$ Heav Y Damage Mrs Fred Blank has been elected unanimously to a third term as president of North Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood. Other elected officers are first \ice president Mrs Max Rudolf: second vice president. Mrs. Bert Keyes; recording secretary. Mrs M Koenig; corresponding secretary. Mrs. M. Bluestein: financial secretary. Mrs. B. CaU; treasurer. Mrs. 1 D. Goodman. Appointed as standing committee chairmen the Mesdames W. Boros. C. Weissman. H. Shopmaker. H. 1 Schumann. M Goldman, H. Schil 1 ler. H Shor. I. Denmark. M Apfel baum If. Lebow. R,|j Aug'.i-i The Sisterhood til) | bare! Night on Sundjj.j at 8:30 p.m. Featured t\ will be Vmce "Blue original one-man band TEL AVIV iJTA>—The executive c-itnmittee of the liapt.el llami/ rachi Party of Israel decided t>> demand that the Cabinet establish a commission of inquiry on the police raid on the headquarters here of 1 he world Mizrachi central committee and to insist upon a government apology for the raid These are the identical demands put forth at an emergency Cabinet Meeting List week by the Orthodox Minis ters on the Cabinet. At that time tlie> were turned down by the majority. TEL AVIV (JTA)-Jordanians tackle Jordan territory in the "triI angle"' area of central Palestine j this week end fired their own pas I lures in an attempt to damage Is' I rael fields across the border at Kibbutz Eyal The Jordanians set I fire to their fields when the triad was blowing strongly toward Israel | territory When Jewish settlers attempted to fight the fire as it crossed the frontier, the Jordan ians opened up on them with heavy automatic weapons. German Parliament Debates On Indemnification Criticized BONN (JTAi—The Social Demo cratic Party precipitated a sharp debate in the West German Par hament here over the Adenauer Government'! failure to implement Federal indemnification legislation i'>r individual victims of Nazism eleven months after the original measure had been passed bj Par hament. The opposition Social Democrats and deputies oil leveral of the government parties noted that while the victim! ol Na/ im still waited f.ir desperately needed relief tune yearafter the war ended most <>f their "torturers" were either employed in good jobs re drawing pen i British Parliament Debate: Suez Canal Blockade LONDON iJTAi —More vigorous action on the part of the British Government to halt the Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal against Israel-bound traffic was demanded in Commons this week by Eric Johnston, a Conservativo M P. A. D Dodds-Parkcr. Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, insisted that the government was taking all action open to them within diploma tic lines. "We are working through the United Nations, and we think that is the way to deal with this situation and not to deal with it unilaterally." he said. Egyptian Envoy Discusses Jordan River Plan Here WASHINGTON (JTAi—Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed Hussein met for over an hour this week with Assistant Secretary of State Henry A Byroade to "seek information about Egyptian American relations'' in the wake of Mr Byroade's return from the conference held in Turkey earlier this month by American diplomats assigned in the Near I East Althtiugh the center of disnission was an Anglo Egyptian settlement ol Sue/ Canal difference, it was learned that the Arab sponsored plan for Jordan River (level opmenl ... among the topic, dii cussed Jewish Groups to Fight Pro-Arab Anti-Semitism NEW YORK (JTA) — Counter action of pro-Arab anti-Semitic propaganda in this country and the in terpretation of Israel's role among the democratic nations is among the major objectives of a joint program plan for 1954 announced today by the National Community Relations Advisory Council, coordinating body of six national Jewish organizations and more than 30 local Jewish community relations councils engaged in combatting anti-Semitism and in fighting for civil rights. 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    % %  swasiSssffc a 11. 1954 I Guests to Witness Mitniek Bar Mitzvah Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mitniek. will become Bar Mitzvab on Saturday, June 12. ;it th-> Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Jules attends Kinloch Park Junior High School and Flagler-Granada Hebrew School. Mr. and Mrs. Morton I.con, of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs Saul Haber, of Coral Gables, business associates of the Bar Mitzvah lather, will be among the guests attending the Bar Mitzvah. Jules will chant the traditional Maftir and interpret the Weekly Portion of the Bible. Rei Leo Heim,religious leader, will officiate. .JpiHcf l ffc U r* ff |rf PAGE-7A tj. Henry Zibman jnsii, Reside ladelphia L Zibman and the foriRcn.e Klein were marLy 22 al il"' Hotel ConV.ih Rabbi Joseph Narot pic will live in Philadcl[honexm i ming at Plaudit Harbor, Plantation %  e is ilv daughter of Mrs. Eli'iii. li' lei Continental. L n ithe son of David Hyncote, Pa and Mrs. lodelman. 8630 Indian Beach. tit Kli II gave his sister Mi ind Mrs. Edwin faded the couple. A din pception for clone friends u followed at the hotel. V Morilyn f. Hurwi/i l.vn Hurwitz Award P>n Elaine Hurwitz. daugh I Mr and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz. rented with the DAR good phin award at Graduation ps oi the Coral Gables elcSchool (ii June 4. iho received the John Newid and a certificate of |f"r meritorious work in the Marilyn was a member of ampn,n volley ball team repfng Ihe tith year in the Intra ISeries. I' student at Beth David School and a member of aba Shu;, Chapter of Young Ride Scheduled Pw Women. Golda Myerson I*' 1 nol.l a boat ride on Sun F" 13.8 p.m., on the Yacht • v -". leaving Pier 8. Com of the affair are Mrs. md Mrs Anna Frey. Sinforrf Goldstein Sanford Goldstein to Become Bar Mitzvah Sanford It Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, Galax, Va and grandson of Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, 919 SW 4th st., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 12, al Beth El Conition R ibbi Shmaryahu Swir.-ky will officiate. Sanford has been making his home with his grandmother for the past two years in order to attend Religious School here and has jusl completed seventh grade .it Ada Merrill Junior High School. Out-of-town guests, in addition to his parents, will be his brother, Bernard, oi Galax; his uncle, Sol Witt, Smith Boston, V.i ; and his aunt. Paula Nathans, of Long Iland, NY. Leigh ton Plaskoff Is Bar Mitzvah Leigh ton, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Plaskoff, 4716 SW I il Miami, was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday June 5. at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Leighton attendKinloch Junior High School, where he is a Junior Deputy Sheriff and a member ol the Boy Scouts. He successfully passed the Bar| Mitzvah examination given by the Bureau ol Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Rev. Leo Heim. religionleader. officiated. A reception, sponsored by the parents, followed the service-. Galbut Bar Mitzvah AtBeth David on 1 2th Howard Nathaniel Galbut, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Galbut. 2015 SW 13th st.. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Synagogue on Saturday morning, June 12. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. A seventh grade student at Shcnandoah Junior High School, Howard also attends Both David Religious School. The Bar Mitzvah is the grandson of the late Al Galbut, Miami Beach. Couple Mark Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glickenhaus, 2fi!)!> SW 17th ave.. long-time residents of Miami, recently Celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a dinner at the ColonyRestaurant. They came here from Newark. N.J.. where Mr. Glickenhaus was for many years in the art metal business. 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    %  r JUNE 11 1954 ***!stncri(f£a,„ rab's True Colors Showitw B_. AttTUIID I r\./ir • J PAGE 3 A By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency LTEP NATIONS — If ever the Arabs have been <>wn up in I wmly farce.' as one reX?'' b Uln0Wthisl, ^' b Je p, n JSSSUl m, T c an on!y bc callcd self-defeat ms; for colors, it is as a result of Jordan's withdrawal of its repre from Ihe Security Count* table. Here i.s positive namf „.. '' ly polit.es heft, -b*\tlfey have no respect „„• ,, u %  „?* Lebanon's complaint. wheK' > .' not • 's upheld, nobodv i. i n here: %  an has "The Government demonstrated that the IN. as a place for, |nd denunciation, but in no Rjnce^ a^ a forum for the settlement of disputes." buld MTV well say that for lover ihe question of giving Ertaking to abide by the obis of the Charter of the Unit|ons which, of course, proa spokesman for the Israeli delegation said Immediately after terse communication was empty rhetoric -and not vary good at that. Some of the members of the Se curity Council, when the three line Jordanian note was received, were I of the opinion that there was not much point in going on with the present debate. Of course. Lebanon I could continue to sponsor the comi plaint which it originally submitted l "on behalf of the government of' I the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan" and Dr. Charles Malik would only be too pleased lhat Jordan so abruptly quit Inference table. In other [the Arabs would not sign statement; they could not i their policy is not a peacen_ withdrawal of its repre|-.r isuch a flagrant act that embarrassed even its own It ia question whether [:-..,; j Mutation of the British %  an defense pact which calls Lcelul settlement of disputes; My. the British representa|ir Pier>on Dixon, considers i> r. it in the spirit" of the the i lion that Jordan has Jthe speech which its repreive made without complying \e rule-, of the Security Counafreeing to the obligations [the Charter, should be stricken the record. In any case, I ha\e no el feet as it was obnot meant to be taken seri.ml was really nothing but to lugubrate at length on this issue. But the attitude of the members is what is the point of all this now when Jordan plainly refuses to abide by any of their findings, why should they have to listen to Dr. Malik's fulminations when they matter less than usual. However, the Western Big Three appear to be determined to continue and the Israeli delegation points out that the Jordan com-; oer plaint which must be considered the Lebanese complaint, i.s only one of the items on the agenda, that it has a long list of grievances of its own and that it wants, them heard. Prior to the receipt of Jordan's curt note, the Security Council presented the unhappy spectacle of a great international body paralyzed by the refusal of a desert state to behave like a normal civilized coun-try.' It was really becoming an "unIsv Croup to Install IIIf i*er Pheld, nobody is going to Put any store by it for everybody now knows what Jordan is, an aggrewiva Arab State which will not abide by the international rules of conduct. Miami Zionists Slate Barbecue; Funds for School Annual outdoor barbecue dinner and dance sponsored by the Miami Zionist District will be held on Sunday. June 20. at 6:30 p.m., according to an announcement made by Abe Kasow, chairman of the ticket committee for the event. The outdoor dinner is scheduled for the patio of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. 2201 South Miami ave., and hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle. Final arrangements were completed this week at the home of Kasow. 2100 SW 21st ave. A numof entertainers will perform during the dinner to be followed by dancing. Proceeds of the event will be sent to Israel to the Kfar Silver Agricultural School, which plans to house 300 agricultural students. The building is at present half completed, and funds are urgently needed. Committee in charge of the event are Sidney Sachs, Al Quadow, Louis Falk. Gil Rappaport. Harry Sootin, Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. Kasow. fas ut the newly organized Women's Unit of United |ral PaNy Association of Mice, will be installed on Men ..ne 14 at the Syrian-Leba|.Jb. 2626 SW 3rd ave. Keith Phillips, assocMtfond, lent, will preside over the'Inpion, which will start at 8:151 program will include a talk raoklin Saunders. clinic adr.rator. The film "Upstream" ihown and will be followed reception. I en to be installed are the |: nea Claire Arlen. president; Mae Merchant, first vice president: Mary Joyce, .second vjee president; Daiy Nunley. recording secretary; Ruth F.lkins, corresponding secretary: *nd Pearl S. Weiss. treasurer. Mrs. Florence Kjnbinder is chairman, for the evening. To Honor memory of Mrs. -Lizzie Litt Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold a memorial meeting in honor of the late Mrs. Lizzie Litt on Monday evening. June 14, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Litt died here, last month. Be! musical arrangements lor the cantata are being discussI v.ith Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew ^--emy. The cantata, entitled "Our American Heritage, in tac f of the American Jewish Tercentenary, was presented •••aduation exercises Wednesday evening, June 9. in the f-ess Hotel. Shown above (left to right) aie Mrs. Miriam TOWitag, musical director, Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics fK'-'or. and Rabbi Gross. [/H/H/H/2^/ cLicucu CZJ ^SUMMER DAY CAMP June 21st to August 13th thn f Twelve rtart Old • FH Cam* Pr.,,a Daily Swimmin, Instractians • Nulnti.ui lunches • Train,.rtoti<.n •* Ttri| Strvice *••'• HAUSAt MOCK AM fOK limiUD HMSH1 6K0Ur Far IftferMefJaa Call BEGIER SCHOOL 816-3869 **• '* %  AVENUE .. 1S7MI STIEET, NOITH MIAMI B EACH Mrs. Cohen Heads Dora Stein Sisterhood Mrs. S. L,. conen has been named president of the Dora Stein Sisterhood at the Israelite Center. Other officers named are the Mesdames Harry Golin, first vice president; Nathan Fragin, second vice president; Bernard Sirkus, third vice president; Lillian Beck-1 er, recording secretary; William | Dickson, treasurer; Sol Koenigsberg, corresponding secretary; George Graham, financial secretary. The Mesdames Abe Matersky, social secretary; Morris Goldenberg and Ben Katz. sergeant-at-arms; Jack Schwartz, chaplain: and David Granat. parliamentarian. Board members include the Mesdames Jack Finkelstein. Israel Goldberg, Robert Becker, Sam Zollinger, Jacob Balk, Elsie Eisner and Charles Ovetsky. Mrs. Nathan Shenkin is outgoing president of the women's organization. GEORGE KR0NENG0LD CtUBRAJINC HIS 30lh ANNMRSAKf IN THE TRAVEL BUSINESS INVITES YOU TO JOIN HIS FIRST FLORIDA ISRAEL-EUROPE TOUR You will pend Ro,h H "!" > "*J wi_3 Kippur, Succoth in lirael md viil Rrance. Belgium, Holland. Sw.Uerland and Italy. Kail Auau.t 26 Return October 21 f.' Day"." aH-xp "7, d 720 ,our Tourift u C b,n Lots First Clat. J 2055 loODtolsRAtl the easy way I Service for lirael Scrip Certificate. Wr tio S15 $25 n d W0 • • %  or pVre."c'rWiS.. for your .choice Tf .even ko.her parcel., IM> &• •# & TU£M FOOD FOR YOUR GIFT DOLLAR. George Kronengold TRAVEL SERVICE MIAMI OFFICE 903 Chomber of Commorc* BidsTelephone 2-7631 Sunday 864115 NEW YORK OFFICE HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON^ Announcing A Concert To Remember FEATURING THE CELEBRATED VOICE of Jan Peerce TENOR STAR *•; %  of the METROPOLITAN and SAN FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANIES in a special program of FAMED CLASSICS and YIDDISH FOLK SONGS Maettro Arturo Totu-anini 1'allH Peerce "Ml' PAV0BFFB TKSOBT ONE NIGHT ONLY Miami Beach Auditorium MONDAY, JUNE 28. 1954 8:30 p.m. For Further Information Call: JAN PEERCE CONCERT COMMITTEE ROOM 816, CONGRESS BUILDING TEL. 82-5656 %**S^S^>^S'^ 1 '*



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    PAGE 6 A Lmtttntrkiton ] HIDAY HD*] Sylvia Chertkof to Wed Here June 12 Sylvia Chertkof. daughter of Mrs. Qua Ginsburg. will be married on Saturday evening. June 12. to Mr. Harry Papier. Somorville. N.J., at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Only immediate members of the lamily will be in attendance. Mrs Chertkof has been a resident of Miami for 20 years and has been active in organizational wrk during that time She has held many top-level positions of leader ship, serving as an officer on the Board of the Greater Miami Jen Ish federation, Conference of Jewi-h Women's Organization-. National i ciuncil of Jewish Women and Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter. Dunne the past year, Mrchertr ."\ was director of public relations Mount Sinai Hospital and collated UM succ essfu l Jubilee held last March at Miami Beach Auditorium. has BUM written and directed numerous original plays and pro i grams for many organization!! here, being recognized as an authority in thifield Following their honeymoon, the couple will be joined by Mrs. Chert kof's two children. Stanley and Carol, and will reside in Somer ville. where Mr Papier is engaged (in the baking business. Mr Papier is a native of New Jerse> and has been active there for many years. Members of the family arriving for the ceremoiiN will include Mr and Mrs Joe Goldstein and sona, of Gallic, Va ; Mr Sol Witt, of South Boston, Va., and Mr anil MrMurray Nathanv Rego Park. Long Island. N Y try? MM. Sylvio Cfterfftsf Sandra Louise Dubbin Becomes Mrs. Alfred Viener: Groom is Dental Studenl • lr.. Louise Dubbin a> rried to Alfred Edward Viener i %  ceremonj Sundaj in the Hotel Rabbi Mas A reception .'.cd the riteIfl the ighl Room. bride ithe daugbti nd M Ubert S Dubbin, "' I ave Mi i %  %  • %  • Orleans I • %  rriagi bj I %  pink sill ..... her -kirt was thi • •'.: %  • I ble w hich ndmother had ried at her v tai bed %  r bridal 1; iw.-rol orchid-. phanotis Mtei also attin %  • %  "•: Bonnie Iiub maid oi hon • n .1her sisterit Hi Ine Iiuhhin r attendants were MrHi: \m R.i • •>. r i-r. Birmingham, Ala • tundra Huh ho < ame from school in Gainesville to take par) In her eou Robin Dubbin, the bride's < ister All the attendants wore pale pink tat in, waltz-length govrns with matching satin shoes and hair hats Their flowerwere old fashioned bouquets ol Amer ican beauty r.- Melvin Roseni Mrs. AHrtd Viener berger, bridegroom's cousin, was tx • man Uahen included Murray Dubbin, the bride's brother. Barry Farber. Jo sep h clem. Edgar Coben, New Orleans, Harr> Viener, the bridegroom's cousin from Nat1 cha Following a wedding trip to Nassau and Cuba the couple will reridCJ in New Orleans, where Ihe bridegroom has another year in dental school at Loyola Universal) The bride will continue her studies at Sophie Newcomh College ol Tulane University Make bugs die... before they Multiply REAL-KILL BUG KILLER Ilouaecleaninf time i bug-killing time, too! Just spray those buga away with REAL-KILL aa you clean from basement to sttie. A really clean home is a bugfree home. ODORLESS Win *ULKIU PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr and MrO-car I--.H-on. Miami Beach, are at Duncraggan Inn. Hender-onville. N (.".. for a twow.ek vacation, Mr. Isaacson la Miami office manager of Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Beane. Mr and Hfl Sol I.yon-. of 2262 SW loth ave. have left for Man' hattan Beach, Brooklyn. NY. to MI! their sonDr. Albert and Clarence Lyons. <& -to -to Mr and Mrbudor Sharoft 1150 SW !ith st. are off for Brooki>n \ \ where they will attend their Ison's wedding on June 20 Mr ..nd Mrs. George CotkBY, of WHO Harding ave., have left to al 'tend graduation exercises of their grandson at Harvard I niversitv The Cohem also plan to -pend some time in White I'l.nnbefore Mentioning with relatives ::i Tea neck. N.J. Mr and MrLouts <> B field celebrated their 4!lth Wedding anniver-jr\ with a dinner at Gray's Inn Restaurant this week Bloom field, a local realt M Mitchell, son of Mrs Gertrude Dun m i. 46 NE 47th st.. Miami, and the late Fphrann Mitchell. Ooerstein graduated from Miami Beach High School, where was mi ias.ii j ol National Foretude League, circulation man of Typhoon and participated in many other school organizati She is now attending th,.Univer"i Florida, when she aau •> 1 representative to Hall Council. Mr hfitcfaeU attend I Brooklyn Ti > hnicai High School in New ^ ark and graduated salutorian front Ml ami Technical High School. He attended the University of Mtnmi Hd the UniversitJ ol Florida, whire his major was engineering Mr. Mitchell's social fr at e rni ty is Alpha Epstton Pi He ipi ly with the Signal Corps at Camp Banning Georgia. Both the bride elect and pro spective bridegroom came to Miami j from New York six years ago. No i definite date has been set for the ; wedding. I)av l HfHlimi %  vinBayfl Mrs Sadie Beck. ijjTJ %  *•. has ann., unwdiv h daughter. Ehin, L. Rodin *' 1 ";'umuag th ^ %  eld last month in p^j" and they are being •he first tim e nw The bndp is the daaBeck and the l ate Sj<">< %  ol the r-iundersTil >hoe bain She broker ,.-.„,,„„ h -i SBeck I;, -. 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    PAGE 2 A ^JtmistHorkMan Borah Shnaider Stresses Importance Of Independence Issue; Concert Planned FRIDAY fait The importance of an intensified sale of State of Israel Bonds' Independence Issue at the present time was stressed this week by Borah 5-hnaider. head of the Speakers' Bureau of the State of Israel Bond Organization. Shnaider, who until his appoint rrent last year was City Manager of Israel Bonds in this area, addressed a meeting of the committ-e in charge of the Jan Peerce Concert. The committee met in the >helborne Hotel Wednesday night "The investment dollar is vitally needed by Israel right now so that the young democracy can fulfill it! development program." Shnaidir declared. He brought greetings from the .tmnal office and extended eoav tabulations to chairman Jacob • Sher and the Miami community for — tting the pace in the sale of .'-dependence I>*ue Bond* %  id special tribute to Mn iig and thWomen In •ior. for recruiting more than 60 of Israel — women inia*t SI 000 in Inde>nd> Sher >trested the fact that tv... free tickets to the Jan Peerce Con cert will be given for each purchase of an Independence Issue Bond. The concert has been set for the Miami Beach Auditorium on Moada? JWiet af*e Wp m" The auditorium will be divided into three nctioai Guardians and Trustees, minimum of $1,000 in first orchestra: $500-5950 purchaser*, second orchestra: and $100$450 purchasers, balcony Free tickets will also be given to all thoworkers who sell a minimum of $500 in the new Development Issue of Israel Bonds More than 40 representativeof civic. a> well a* fraternal organization* and sisterhood*, who have pledged support of the concert attended Hednesda> night meeting in the Shelrviurne Hotel to hear the special addrt *.* by Shnaider and Mr Sher Sale of Independence Issue Bond.* in thi* area ru* already BMi ed the $400,000 mark The target fur this year i* ST50.000 Headquarter* for the Jan Peerce concert i* situated in Room 816 of the Congress Building. DAY WORKERS ft* mm BB1 Private ACE EMPU5YMEHT •t N.C. iet A**. No Char** to h. •Now AvoiUi. JAN PEERCE CONCERT: Studying plans for the Jan Peerce Concert to be held in the Miami Beach Auditorium June 28 are Mrs. Joseph Shapuo. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. and Mrs. George M. Cohen, of the South Florida Zionist Council. Or. It4-r LIT HpadH Dr. Herein L Becker has been r .med prf*ident of Alpha Omega's .Viami alumni chapter at in>tallaD c-remonie* held in Waatviaa Country Club on June 2 Other new officer* are I)r* Arthur Sokoloff. pre*ident-elect. Jack I j dsbr| tscratarjr; Bear) Green, treasurer Murray Smith, Howard Wellins and Irving Gordon, execu tive council members. Drs George A Graham, retiring president and chapter advi*or. and Doran D Zinner. southeastern re-• nt, installing officer Named by the Ladies' Auxiliary are the Mesdames Harold Sweet, president: Edward Galler. vice Dpntai 4 ha pi 4>i PNaiduM; Max Tendnch. recording *ecretary and Henry Green. nding secretary The chapter comprises some 70 denti*t* Primary purpose of the organization is to further education for practicing dentists, "along with i'-pirn of fraternalism and Judaism," according to Dr Becker The Miami chapter sponsors post graduate cour*es and has been in*trumental in raising funds for a dental school at Israel's Hebrew I'niversity. Florida Leaden Take Role in Yeihiva Fete Scheduled June 13 \FW YORK — Noted citizen* of Jacksonville. Miami and Miami Beach have joined the national committee of sponsors for the cornerstone ceremonie* of the Albert Finstem College of Medicine of Ye*hiva Cniversity on Sunday. June 13 in New York City, it was announced by New York State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Gold-. Msaa, national campaign chairman The committee is composed of oJt*tandinu leaders of government. rice, medicine, education and the art* Aaaaaf those attending the ceremonie* here will be Mrs. Samuel Grunduerg. 4561 Prairie ave.. Miami Beach With Mr* Grundwerg • ill be her son. Saul, one of the fir-t itniJaati in Florida to attend Y.-hi\a | Taloiudic Academy. Mr. Grundwerg has just received the BBA degsae from the University of Miami aM is scheduled to enter the I" of M Law School in the fall Florida leaders sponsoring the cornerstone ceremonies for the nation s newest medical college, the fir*t under Jewish auspices in America, are Mayor Harold Shapiro. Mrs Louis Glasser. Isidore Goldberg. Sam C. Levenson. Max Orovitz. Louis E. Wolf son. R, Wil hams Apte and Jacob Sher. of the Greater Miami area. Joseph Cberner. Samuel J. Goldfarb and Leon B. Jacobs, also of Greater Miami, and Sam Kipnis. of Jacksonville, are founders of the College of Medicine. AMI coNwriaajo ARNOLD'S BAKERY Saperiar tmktry Presets woaurt &*uUet Fra.a r-r.it Pi, Fr.it CaH.e, Ce*e$. Tea Cake*. Party NeerHe*. £•*•i 0M f-*Um4 ly.. Cera Imi, ••aaen 2*73, Miami II. To Install Dr. Rosen thai Dr. Albert E Rosenthal will be installed pre*idnt of the East Coast District Dental Society which meets for it* summer meeting at the Di Lido Hotel on Friday and Saturday. June 11 and 12 The organization includes all area* along the East Coa*t from Vero Beach to Key We-t Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (in English) For Home or Gift SOUTHWEST UTTfl SERVICE Mimeographing Typing 2M7 CORAL WAY PHONE 45532 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22ad AVE. 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    PAGE 8 A *Je#lstinor*mar} Yomen Students Hire Reeitat Margaret Yomen students of the piano will appear in an annual recital at the Yomen Music Studio. 1800 Michigan June 13. 2 p.m. Oxford Sehool t ottHirurtion to lleqin on ttearh ("(instruction work is about beein on the new Oxford School at ave.. on Sunday. 1204 West ave. Miami Beach. Appointed as chairman of the building committee is Sidney Davidson, who iassociated as stock broker with H. Hentz and Company, members of the New York Stock Ex change. Davidson is a graduate of Cornell University, class of 1936 He in Me Only those children who perfected and memorized at least three compositions will perform. Seymour Spolter. 12 years old. heads the class this year by playing 10 compositions. These include two Omenti sonatinas. Mozart so ; ne l mv sl, >" %  n>i> in r Rarh nminri. Mn i anrf received his degree there nata in C, Bach prelude No. 1 and pieces by Beethoven. Durand. Ell menreieh. Lichner and Mendelssohn. A group of Israeli dances, arranged by Margaret Yomen especi ally for several pupils, will be performed by Edith Beck. Marilyn Katz. Rosalyn Klein. Allan Rock chanical Engineering and is a reg istered professional engineer in Florida and in New York. A native of New York, he has resided in Miami Beach since 1946. During World War II. Davidson was engineer and superintendent of mechanical and electrical construction on several of the large i Hebrew Acotkmy Forms PTA; Membership Elects Slots Flection of Hebrew Academy | PTA officers for the coming year! took place on Thursday, in thej home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, ( 3722 Royal Palm ave. Slate was presented by Mrs. Joseph Zemel. chairman of the nominations committee Offices filled are president, two vice presidents, secretarytreasurer and social secretary This was the first election for the Hebrew Academy PTA. formerly known as Hebrew Academy Room Mothers. Mrs Cershon Miller. Academy dramatics director, presented a characterization of Robert Benchley's humorous monologue. "A Treasurer's Report." n — — sirucnon on several <>i way Seymour Spolter and Leslie; proJects ln the country ZeDI,z He also served with the IS Air The following children complete Force in the Material Command the list of performers Leah A! Prior to joining the Hentz Compert. Roberta Barad. Renee ("her pany as broker. Davidson prac in. Betsy and Candy Frankel. Mans ticed consulting engineering in air < it-want. Carol Hochberg. Ellen Ka conditioning pit. Patti Kantor. Bonnie and Michael MOMS, Edward Phillips. Arlene Knsen. Betsy and Janet Rosen. Jeff and Kathy Steele and eight-year old Judy Zehit* who will perform h. r own arrangement of Brahms Lullaby. %  He is a past president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Miami Beach President-' Council. He is 38. and married to the Manrow Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Manrow. formerly of 103 Mendoza ave Coral Gables, and 2100 SW 7th ave will take place Sunday. June 13. 11 am., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Manrow is survived by two sons. Morton, of Miami, and Dr. Arnold Manrow. of Silver Springs. Md : a daughter. Mrs Edith War Auxiliary Ends Season I.at meeting ol the Looii l> Bramie,. Auxiliary, No 190 Fret Sonol Israel, waheld June 3 at the Palmer House Hos tess tnr the eveninITU MrGtU Schualh Planwere mad.' for a barbecue to be held in Augu-t at MrHarry Schuldinerhome Proceedwill go to Lend A Hand Fund. ----— ".nu. a u.iuKiiier. .Mrs r.imn w arlormerZenaReyeThey have -one vh m ,,, Vlami and wo grand child and reside at 7837 Abbott ave Miami Beach \chairman of the Building Committee. Mr Davidson will guide and direct the p rog r am of construction for Oxford School and T..rah Temple, both of which are scheduled to be built and r. %  a •" Bill y r a —. I, „ k ,, '"ll Wf !" ":•;' %  '••a* mfj*^ \? •* -ff| B. B laat By cT ITt laajj I June 9. 8 pm. in the coronation room of the Empre-Hotel Dr Jay r \\ IV.irson. prr-.irl.-n! Inn. -r-ity ol Miami will deliver the charge I the i iduating class Hitopic will be "What Do We Expect from Our Children'' Greetings on behalf of the City of Miami Beach will be extended t>\ Mayor Harold Shapiro Leo Mindlin, neweditor of The Jewish Floridian, will present an Essay andI Journalism award spoa sored by his paper MauncKlein, Harry Michael Wolper chairman of Miami Beach Idge No. 1601. will award an American ism prize to the winner of the es say contest on What Democracy Means to Me." Brief greetings will be presented on behalf of the affiliated organiz ations of the Hebrew Academy. The scholarship award will be presented by Mrs. Sidney Rubin.. witz. president of Hebrew AcademyWomen, to Warren Teitelman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Teitelman 419 SW 30th rd Miami. B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, will greet graduates and guests on behalf of the men's organization and will alu. make a Citizenship presentation. Participating in the musical can the program Narrators of the cm tata written bv Jack DMaMntag, in honor of the American Jewish ntenary, will be the 13 mem ben of the graduating da-They are Marvin Bentnleld. Ephraim Eisenberg, Aaron Pensterbeim. Bany Hir-h llonig. Robert I—er. Norman Joel I.achman. William Mamche-. Marshall Jacob Saper stem. Raphael Stephen Skop. Jerome Richard Temchin, Warren Teitelman, Joel Albert Wadler and Diplomas for the Hebrew and English departments will be presented by Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasurer of the Academy, and Shepard Broad. Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands. Also scheduled to present awards are Service by David Provus: Student Government by Mrs. Charles Gertler. newly-elected president of Hebrew Academy PTA; and the Hebrew Studies award, given by the Lobel family, in memory of Mr Solomon Lobel. by Kolman Luria Recipient of this award will be Ephraim Eisenberg. son of Mr and Democratic Club Slates Victory Card Party A card party and entertainment will be staged at the Roxy Hotel on Thursday evening. June 17. by the Democratic Club of Miami Beach. At a meeting of the organization held this week. Dr. Samuel A. Cluck, president, announced that proceeds of the party will go toward defraying the expenses of a celebration in honor of the six victorious candidates the club endorsed for state and county offices who were elected. The entertainment committee will consist of Mrs. Irene Greenberg, chairman, assisted by the Mesdames Kate Vesely. Sally Ros enson. and Peter Davidson. George Bezner. Jay Fine and Joseph Bar bieri. 'N THE CIRCUITS* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, AND FOR DADE Kaa 'DA IN CHANCE"* %  )'• %  -r SKKIlER-iui TO ITHAM. M.J • I '• rendaati NOTICE BY pna 1 WITHU. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HFPKKY lilVKN thai •>'.'iri.l. r.liiiKMl. .1.-1 line |a enlace III under the fletltloua name < %  IRAN \|. \ UK \l TT %  A I.I .v. Goodrich Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Allan J. Goodrich, formerly of 225 East 10th st Hialeah. will take place Sunday. June 13. 2 pm. at Mt Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rev. Leo Ileim officiating. Allan is surVived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich; ;< lister, Sandra; and a brother. Kent Arrangements are in charge ..f Palmer's Miami • %  n.\SA\>\ IIKAI TY SAI...\ Monument Company Fnends and Sffi^jR^^'Ta?* of"thTcE! relatives are asked to attend. Fishier Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Fishier, formerly of 40 SW 30th rd.. will take place Sunday. June 13. 11:30 am... at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Fishier is survived by two sons Herbert, of Miami, and Ira. of New York; a daughter. | Mrs. Minnie Bloom, of Miami; two brothers. Saul, of Brooklyn, and Julius, of Los Angeles; a sister. Mrs. Max Feldman. of Los Angeles; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Monument Company. n M .. .11 .treat* • known t. I H -•• having ii %  %  < % %  ihr (ii:.!.! nit The u (T 1 i •!:nr lo. (| IrilT!l hu it.i [Ml \..j In tkt on!"*, nnd >'m 1 nf' Kill of t'ompUat i •in %  •-. p.i-*H>Hir KINK II.' .•(.ncrm Win I.I ..nil fll.ih, '.m • ..f Ihr i>fk i'nV'_ on >.r lirf.irr lh lllh J_ I •ark si. Miami Bptina*. inirnil Ii. plBir •nl.l nam. with the I lerk >.f Ihr I'lr.ult Court of l>ade Couni>. KIOIMII .. "OR"" M. BKVKHI.Y, owner t/ll-ll-Ij NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE r HKHKHV UIVKN thai :h. undernljrn.rt. dealrlna I" ea*> In i.uln*m un.l.r the fl. tltloim naini<..I NORTH l>AHK IIARI.WAHK l :.7 N.K l!th street. North Miami. Florda. InienrtK to rea;Hei ..i.l name with Hitt lerk ..f the Circuit Court of laada ^ ounly. Florida. llltt'NO I'KATfH. wle owner PALLOT. SII.VKH Mll.lx.y Attorneya for Kruno Peat. Ii 1/ll-tS'SI *. 7 ; ^fl -fi -^ T^ —r >-> ^r NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1M773 LTD1A UKKMi'K KIMBU Plaintiff HAJtRT WII.I.IAM KIMKU rtafendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I" II WIRY WII.I.IAM KI.MKI. • I • Street • • • naboro, Nortfe Carolina V.'i are hereby notified that a or lomplalni f,. r ntvorcc haa .. TIUMI J.KI.IM-I > Hn< | y„„ mrr re|uiie.l lo -. i w ., cop} ..f your Aner ...leadlna to the KIM of % %  .... .plaint on iiaintlffs Alt..rne\, SAVKoRO thin %  'I K B. I.F.AT .•!rrk nf Ihfl c '".Rf r*e| ut-. Mil 'I' s:u N K ;nd Avenue. Miami 'i '•' and file the oriKlnal Anawer ... Pleading In the %  .ffl,.. of th. Irrk of Ih* rtrruit Court of July, IS.'.t If M.II fall I" do a... ju.la.nent |, v default will !• taken agalnat roaj for thai relief deBUIUded In the Kill „f Cotnplaim a not ire xhall be iiul.li-hed once Graduates of the Hebrew Academy, who will take par! in exercises -= %  %  %  the Empresa Hotel, include Melvyn Benenfeld. Ephraim Ziemtf^Aa!?!?^ 0 f !" 0 ** Hirsh Honig. Robert laser. Norman Joel Lachman' WiLm TSJSi Z^Ti^I^ stein. Raphael Stephen Skop. Jerome Richard Temchin. Warna^TSelrnr7n i ft ^ ^P 8 '" ler and Harry Michael Walper. Also shown are Malcolm Furman and ? S JfiL? 1 *" 1 Wad : ers. and Rabbi Alexander Grosa, principal. n and AUrod Cosman, teachweeka ea.-h week f..r four lonaaa nil> In THE JEWIKN KI^HIIIMAN IK>NK AND "RKCItKD at Miami. jggrMB. Ihla 4th day of June. VI' I i:\THKHM.\N. 'ink. %  I., mt Court, lde fi.iiniv Florida ,„, „ My M. R. Ml'RRAY. Irenli ... ,,, se| le. k SANFKH FREED .V„ l r n .*'. y f r faint Iff NOTICE BV p. = -:v IN THE CIRCUIT count ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OSL FLOR'O* IN AND %  fl COUNTY IN CH\:F"M HERM W l-RASi | „v PR.-XI nt_ SUIT FOR 0'V0J T. iM.K.iTHY y ofclri .>•* Ilnaiklyn, Si v herabi ,,f i 'omplainl % %  filed .IK... II — t >nU. *"& "**. eil 1" aerv. .. %  "I" %  •' '"JJ Plendtui: I" th' th. plaintiff* Attn-wy RKHNIt'K. BSO. ?V LI— Miami li-a.h. rV". "3 nrlalnal Aiumer .* I**"H I ..,„,. ,h>ithto If you fall I" ^o '" %  't*T fault lll !%  i'^'*"TJa relief .Ii inanded m '* •"! 'Thini.ti.e han t*l* ea. I. week fur <"\"^'T^ In TDK JEWISH.fULj in iNK \SV OR'Wa II,. Ida, tills Uti "•' K F I.KATI. Clark, oma ldr It. M RJ"-' • "...irt Sea: 1 11 l AMENDED 0Tiq PUBLIC^ OJI %  ,N THE CIRCUIT COMSIJ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL^ FLORIDA "N J !" ,,, hi TO JOHN "> :l h JOHN W'K^fa*, i:. v... I filed HI •< 'f£/5BaT Pleadmi "'"".,,' r ntr, „ lh pUlntifr. 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    %  %  11. 1954 g J acobs [ization Marks Anniversary DBK— The Joseph Jacobs bn of New York City, is f a ting the 35th anniverI founding. Specializing in American manufacturers •st to give the Jewish pataximum beneiit of their jucts, the organixalion termed on June 15, 1919. people lived in America's Eties. with thousands of tes and miles of shelves Kth fine products which LEGAL NOTICE Joseph Jocohs uld not buy because they know whether or not these conformed to Jewish rents Joseph Jacobs, foundlined here. diwj to Mr. Jacobs, the different today. "On this liversary, we can look with in ^t;.ff of 70 people, |inj> the highly specialized Jewi-h planning, writing, fcarch. home economics and in programming, as well as Killing coverage of the %  trade %  steads growth of the organIs a clear reflection of the fen advertiser! and the Jewpie in America." potions Must be t, di Fillipi Says to di Fillipi, director of the Miami Opera Guild, this nnounred that reservations made now in order to as^e availability of opening eats for the January-Februopera season. man> people are forgetting i their reservation! and will Ippointed at the last minlr. di Fillipi said. "We must |heir authorization now to commodations." ie to Meet klar meeting of Mount Sinai N> Lod^e No. 91 will be held Nay. June 15, 8 p.m., at 215 in st LEGAL NOTICE (hm. RCUIT COURT OF THE IJUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO l*P. E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN rf No. ItMIO ** %  >" %  > GIN-8BBRO, Plaintiff. •T MAVNAKD GINSBERG. In-. __ l>efendant. CrT,,,. 0F PUBLICATION JlAltT MAVNARD GINSBERG £. Ml ", Schublner %  •> Leslie Houlcvui-d %  OWL Michigan urn KHKBY NOTIFIED %  U u" '""'Plaint for Ids *n IH...I HKiilii.t you mi.I >..u F'> r.'iuircd to MTV a copy L !,'""„'" ,n BUI of ComLi„i "."""'" Attorney ami file „L A ,"u> 'In the office of "iL ..'.' %  "''rc-tilt Court, on or ii-V i, "',,'' v ,,r Jun 'Intai-. %  •', l, :' CH,, n '>l< BUI K5t ',* uken % %  •*•• %  h ""--'IT day „f M av, 1951. f;: l.i:\TllKltMAN • l-rk ,,f i n circuit Court '" It. H KICK, .IK IF 1 T,I .. .."••i'> Clerk [,,' %  I M.I \\'< >EF t'su r' or • %  • "-.tiff • ^ ',"{",/• ;'l. Miami Beach. Ma. K'-iJ.".!"i ,tl n aiVKN ,nn I me of I tK • • "'. l;; N '•"' >* Clerk t X"* Ur ald name P-niv' n2&£*"# Coun of v ^AM SCHWARTZ P-K-! %  NOT CE N U A N M D E 6 1A F JV CT,T,OUS s-'t. latMMh to i*H("rM,i ,,, KlH nwjarSVA% A *** %  '*** Attorneys for Ai.iillcaiu 17*2 W. Fiagler St. 6/4-11-18 -2.. NOTICE OJND L rjCT,T.OO. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE.N tliat the undersigned, desiring i„ engage | n hnlnu unique wtfi-.Ti. County, Florida. KESSLER OArwT" ****** 17 5 ,r ? y "Fta 0 r |e A r P H, e ,,, J/ll-18-25 — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I" engage In bualneas under the firtltloUH name nf FREDS BAR, :,i 222 N w 5th st in! temls to regUte; said nam. with the SM!;;H:," ruU c %  %  • KM8UCR aAR8 PRED JAEaKR Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Fiagler fit, 6/11-18-26 — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "i DAL'S BAR, at 3598 8.W. M h si intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. MARIAN II. CALKINS KESSLER ft CARS Attorneys for Applicant 17M W. elagler St. F/l I -lH-Z.'i — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ilnundersigned, desiring to engai li huslness under the fictitious name of WESTINi iHMCSE SELF SERVICE LAUNDROMAT, at lit S.W. Mb Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to reglter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Dade County. Florida. HARol.n DROHT, Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for i'" ner 6/11-1K-2:. 7 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DL'R-O-MATIC WATER HEATER MFC CO., ai S80 \\V lllli St., Miami, Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida NATHAN STRAUSS LEI' scili i|; fi 4-11 -18-2.*. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31524B In Re: BBTATK OF Rl'TH BABETTE MAYER a s a Kl'TII BABETTE TOWN8ENU MAYER. He,. To All Creditors and All Persons lining Claim* or Demands Against Bald K*l:u.-. You, and each of you, are herebs notified and required to presenl any claims and demands which you, or either of von. ma" have agninsl the estnte of KCT1I BABETTE MAYER a/k/a Rl'TH BABETTE TOWN8END MAYER, de.eased late of Dade Coun.iida, to the Honorable Count) Judges of Hade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within elKht calendar months from Hie date of the first publication here of. Said claims or demands t >"tain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented ai aforesaid, or same will be barred. Hate Mav :' %  •. A l> l'.'-'il. EVERETT A MAYER, As Administrator of the Estate of Rl'TH BABETTE MA" 1.11 ii k a KITH BABETTE TOWNSENI) MAYER. paegftsed, KESSLER ft CARS Attorney for Everett A. Mayer NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PARADISE BAR AND QBII-L. at 1900 N VV. !7th Ave., Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of *W A gfg t r 5 OI 5S^i N EDWARD DAVIS KESSLER OAKS Attorneys for Applicants 17S2 W. Ftagler St. /4-I1-1-S J SMALL CLAIMS' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No 8823 ABE KOSNER and SIMPSON J. KOKEN-BERH. co-partners %  .doing A-VEN^ABA-K^^NV^^alntlfrs. NKLI^ S ,c MEN T T,IA,..rvr ( en.U l n.. TO: NEI.I.E BLl'MBNTHAL TOtJARB tt, HER BBY NOTIFIED thai Lit has h.-en brOUgh. .l^ you In the above entitled cause r the rlalm In Ihla a.. r !" b .J' d ta H SST^WMHB3JI ent at the heating at he "' ri '',,.. ed in order lo avoid a Judgment bj ^DONrAND^ORDERED ... I fSu^ty! II... LI-.this 1st day of Jul "' M/ RAYMOND a NATHAN to 8HEINER te'TSXr^W. 1 MUml. Ftorid. i/-ll-Il-i N0T,CE NAMI 1 F,CT,TI us llPliii the • %  ,„','" wllil "' %  • Cert of Morlda" "" l '" ** 0nty. >.. I'^'MAN and KAI'I.W Attorneyi for Applicant •50 Seybold Bldg 5 -2a -| i.'iT LEGAL NOTICE tmwu "JWR^Crrrliw^^n^^ H ^, B r^? ,VEN ,h: •uslness i.mle, „r.' "' •* In cirk^%^S^ ri a. CoUWy, Florida "" C m 0t DaON; Address unknown. YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to serve %  copj ol your Answei to the Bill "f < oinpiaint for Divorce filed herein 'ii-",,...' 1 :','.. 1 "/ s %  '"'""•v. RICHARD KRIEQER I INK, 112 Congress Bldg., .Miami, Florida, and to file u rlginai It; the ..ffi.-e of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 18th day of June, 1IB4; otherwise ,, default will be entered against you. DATED: this 18th day of Mav, 1954 1". B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court By M. W. PARTENHEIMER, :.2l-2s -I l-n'"" 1 "' C 'rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of PERSHING LOUNGE, at IM N.E. i-t Avenue, intends to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ad e County, Florida KATHKYN M. KEHRWIEDER KESSLER C GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W Fiagler st. :' 1/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned. .I. -siring to engag, 111 business under the fictitious name of ACE MOVING COMPANY, at IMf N.W. 2lth Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Klorala. ESTHER BERLIN I M A '4-1 I-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'l'Tl.'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign, d. desiring t" engage In business under the f % %  trtloui nam. ol PAR-KEE BAR, at i".".l N.W. 22nd Avenue, .Miami, intends t., register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade County-, Florida LAWRENCE S PARAD1SU KESSLER \CARS Attorneys for Applicant 5 u i/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 169333. IN RE: AI" >PTH IN >E LINDA JOYCE BASS a Minor Child NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: HERBERT .1 BASS 7:.:;; Castor A> en ie Philadelphia. Pa. YOU ARE HEREBY commanded to 1, .mil gppear in the above Myled Court on the -1st day of .lun.' 1J4, !,, show cause why the Petition 01 Cold M. Berger and Beatrice Berger to adopt l.inda Joyce Bass should not ,nted by this Court. Clerk oi the Circuit Court Hade County, Florida By w -M W. BTOCKING Deputy Clerk KESSLER A CARS Attorneys for Applicants 1781 W. Fiagler St. 5/21-28 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage • Lusinesunder the "^SjUMftp! \t\cs |'I,1 CTKK I.lnirriMJ t-rPLY at MlI W. Fiagler Street. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, l- KATZ :N sole Owner MONROE DIXON Attorney (or c;ner .-,03 Olympia Bldg. i/21-2S — S/4-J1 County, l| li l ] i:ZAK MOTORS, INC. IRVING SCHULMAN Attornej toi APJ""""" Lincoln Rond nut*. g i-ii-i---' N0T CE N U A N ME EB LA F W T ,T 0US li.siness und-1 'I • "•,,'., „. M co., at W-IND-) „ ••^ t V;,.,' Hi.J.ai,. hor 1 -"" .-,'''.gil .said lutme jrlth |^CI.*Vt^lrV e ultX*fi* ^"Vvm^LCMBEIW ^.SSe '' wfflT> .eFMrmCo. i 1-11 LEGAL NOTICE N ri : 2= N T .y JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA „„ „ No. 29300-B. RE: ESTATE OF URTiifmh*^ KOZCB. Deceased A C B E o,, F -J^L ENTION TO M AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE fiie/i' P ."','.'" [ 1 n, l '|, y given that I have F .1 111 1 e '"" 1 a,,d I'e'l'lon 'or — I 1-11-is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" l.usiness under the fictitious name ol ST. JoHNS RELIGIOUS STORE, at IS40 N.W, trd Ave., intends to reglltet said name vvilh the Clelk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County. Florida. JOSEPH A. CA.MACHO, Owner PERT KAQER sin uiscayna Bldg. 1; l-ll-ls ^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that \ ....I. n-.ii. ., ...I ilu-t i-t slur til f>m*:l LEGAL NOTICE Wllll 111** V KM *v "' %  v D>* County, Florldg.^ TA ,., !MAX ROVNER MANNHEIMER AttOI ne\s for Applicant S ll-SS — 'i 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (Not Ine ). at 599 N VV Mth Street. Miami, Fla Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Colintv, Florida. C • NATHAN KRISTALL HERBERT M. KRISTALL BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicants •120 LI111 ..I" Rd 5/21-28 — 6/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32875-B In R: ESTATE OF CHARLES I I'ISHMAN a/k/a CHARLES F1SHMAN a/k/a C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a CHARI.Eh JACK I'ISHMAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of \ou, 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 County, Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in Iheir offices In the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of th< first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be haired. Date May 31, A.D. 1154, NORMA P. SI i:i;i:i, JOSEPH S I'ISHMAN As Co-Executors of the I-ast Will and Testament of CHARLES J. FISHMAN. Deceased, MALVIN BNOLANDBR Attorney for Co-Executors /4-ll-18-J5 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 23098 RE: ESTATE OF SAMUEL J. AUGUST. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report anil petition for l-'inal Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST. • Ie. eajMdj and that on the 21st day of June, l'j',4, will applv to the Honorable W [ %  '. HI.ANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dls' charge as Administratrix of the Estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, deceased. This 25th dav of May, 1934. s/ HILMA ROSE AUGUST, Administratrix MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administratrix V28 — 6/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACKERMAN MORTGAGE AGENCY. at ::T N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEO ACKERMAN BABETTE S. ACKERMAN MAN R. SILVER Attomev for Applicants Mi seybold Building. Miami, Florida 5/28 — 6/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16939J ALLEN EVERETT LIBMAN, Plaintiff, ELAINE LIBMAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ELAINE LIBMAN 416 Christopher Avenue BrookU n, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above Styled Court, and serve a copy thereof upon KESSLER A OARS, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 1T82 W. Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida, on or before the 29th day of June, 1954, else complaint will be taken as co nf es s ed Dated: May 21. 1954. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit court By WM w. BTOCKING Deputy Clerk .5/28 — 6/4-11-It ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti I her id inn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 24366 lor messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OVTFMTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366



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    **^5"5&!f*S' •I '%  3j* *jj*AAi.l6*"..** er Miami Plans Participation in ntenary; Rabbi Narot Heads Group AfcmftftHf^jH^, PAGE 56 tinned from P9 B Irican Jewish Tercentenary £,,,, as you assemble to plans for the observance ir of the three hundredth arv f Jewish settlement United States. You will be an anniversary of signal ot only to American [of the Jewish faith but in all Americans, Jews and ,s alike. The Jews of L generation upon genera|vp brought to the task of this great nation in free%  spcial gift, fcou Rather to plan the obof this solemn anniver. hearts of your fellow | join with you in a spirit wed dedication to the faith we all owe our freedom." |allv. the Tercentenary perbeen set to begin on Sep12. 1954. and come to a It ihe end of May, 1955. lannounced for the nationbservance will be: "Man's knities and Responsibilities Freedom." According to earoutlined by the national |ii %  national Jewish organ i and local groups will par| in the observance developgmann Hadassah Les Officers tn Weizmann Group of HaJhad its eighth annual installof ofheers at a dinner held garden restaurant last week. anuiel Sakrais, president of eater Miami Chapter of Hainstalled the officers at a light ceremony. Mrs. Arthur ler was guest speaker. Don* KabinowiU. vocalist, a few selections. Ding officers are president, larvej Cypress, vice presiI .\irJack Carmel and Miss Barron; recording secrefclrPhilip Botwinik; corre%  ni; -< i ivtary, Mrs. Robert I trea>urer, Mrs. Harold Hurand Hoard representative, lomer RievmaiL ing local celebrations with the help of the Committee. "The Tercentenary can be the starting point for an upsurge of Jewish .nterest in the Jewish past in America. We hope that out of the anniversary will come a lasting interest in our American roots that Jewish education in America will devote increased attention to! American Jewish history, and that local and congregational histories : Vill be published in many places said committee officials. In expressing the iheme. the Tercentenary will devote itself to 1 showing what America has meant 1 in opportunities to Jews and to all who have sought freedom and lib-i erty and human dignity, what the' corresponding responsibilities and obligations of man arc in such an atmosnhere of freedom, with some exposition of what Jews have done to carry out those responsibilities, and what the Jewish experience in America has meant in terms of inspiration and hope to Jews in other lands and to all people yearning to be free and to share the opportunities of freedom. "We are dealing with an event which goes beyond the simple celebration of the arrival of the first 23 Jewish settlers in New Amsterdam," said national Tercentenary officials, communicating with leaders of the Greater Miami community. "We are concerned with the whole stream of 300 years of American Jewish history, in which both the early settlers and the later ones share equally. The three centuries of our history arc not as important as the quality and intensity of our. participation in American life. The life and activity of five million American Jews in September. 1954. will be just as important as the life and activity of the first 23 Jews in September. 1654," Tercentenary officials stated. tov hX'X SIVOUA Qt • **ZJ£R wide, conve•ttSSSs-—— -f'fs differsntl 's mod,m! It's fully 0fom.fic! SEE THE NEW SERVEL TODAY AT ; THIS IS THE ICECIRCLE-successor to the old fashioned r ice cube! It is made without trays—and put in a basket— | automatically — by the only: fully automatic refrigerator: you can own—the new Servel! *''Think of a feature you'd like to have on your present refrigerator. You'll find it on the new Servel! For this refrigerator has everything! From automatic defrost to | separate freezer compartment to door [ shelves — every deluxe feature pJus the %  miracle of ice "cubes" without trays. Drop by and see this completely different refrigerator today! See how easy it is to / own and enjoy a new 1954 Servel! 7200 N.W. 7th Art. • Miami • Phone 78-7621



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    % %  [mrJElI. 1954 iihi Women Installation L re d Stone will be installl,j,i,.[it of Tamara Chapter, fWomen. on Sunday eve13. 6 p.m., at the RalVficers to assume posts Lde the Mesdames Israel [lexandcr Gross and Max vii e presidents; Irving surer; Sidney Margulies, secretary; Irving Spol} %  *— Mrs. Alfred Sf.M Ksponding secretary; and |uru. financial secretary. I.chrman, spiritual bf Temple Emanu-El, will filing .nicer. Cantor Philip fr. also of Temple EmanurendiT several musical In charge of reservations flax Frank. I members include the Meslax Frank, honorary presiirael Vulish, ways and lAlexander Gross, program; Shalom, publicity; Charles ulletin. Evelyn Wolff, soetary: Frank Burg, journal; Itone. Dina and Henry Chill Mesdames Louis Makovsky, %  f unit Klias Rosch, Jewish Fund; Betty Levitt, retorts: and Abraham Barkan, Botsfeld boxes. SPOT WEED KILLER |ROLS ALL LAWN WEEDS ltjm tin new 2-4-D & 2-4.3 T formula 5000 s ond the stage as goes on each night i "Glad Tidings" currently playing at the Biltmore Theater. Lisa Ferraday, Charles Korvin and other participants in the Edward Mabley comedy are required to spend a good deal of their onstage time exchanging persiflage over the breakfast table in the first and third acts while consuming prodigous amounts of real orange juice, eggs, toast and coffee. Miss Ferraday in particular is required to perform gastronomic feats beyond the call of duty Playwright Mabley s plot calls for I he leading lady to eat a full lobster in the third act breakfast scene at each performance. Fortunately, Miss Ferraday adores lobsters. "Do I have to pass up dinner before coming to the theatre to make room for the lobster.'" the actress repeated in response to a visitor's query at a rehearsal yesterday. "Of course not! I'd rather eat lobster than act. As a matter of fact, I look forward to those third acts and a delicious meal each evening. Consuming a crimson crustacean actress. "tope of the average h ..I,".!' 1 ,, 0 c f e of s !" Hasso. who h.dt, 1Pr() | PlntneNew York production in the fall of 1954. her pas-on for lobster was so great that desp„e 1 5 8 performances of "Sad Tidings on the road and in New >ork, in the course of which 158 oUstcrs| were eaten by Miss Hasso. lime did not wither or custom (tale her appetite for that favorite dish. "I could easily go on strike if I wanted to." Miss Ferraday. in the role now at the Biltmore. told her visitor," and demand a change of diet at each performance. After all it wouldn't hurt the play if I ate frog's legs or boiled eels in the third act. But those lobsters interest me. I really look forward to them." Moonlight Born Dance At A Moonlight Barn Dance for all of the Adult members and friends of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Beach Branch, has been announced by Mrs. Carl Susskind. chairman of the Center's adult activities committee. The dance will be held on Saturday. .June 12, under the stars on the Center's newly refinished out1 door recreation area. Singing Van and his hoedowners PAGE 9 A =3 Beach Branch GMJCC will be in charge of calling the dances and furnishing the music. According to Jack Lampert and Seymour Gelber, the evening's program will include stunts, skits, games, surprises and prizes. The barn dance committee consists of Al Curson, Leon Epstein, Seymour Gelber, Miss Leila Gross, Jack Lampert, Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz. Miss Marie Morewitz, David Pearl and Mrs. Carl Susskind. Last "Magic Carpet" Series at Library The last program of the "Magic Carpet" film series which has been presented at the Miami Public Lib-' rary this spring will be given Thursday. June 17. at 1 and 8 p.m.. in the main library's air conditioned auditorium. The pictures shown will be "Guadalajara." narrated by Walter Abel, "Hill Towns of Guatemala," "Treasure Trove of Jade" and "Trip Through Mexico." Free tickets may be obtained at the main library and branches on Monday, June 14, 6 p.m. Swim-Dance at Fleetwood Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Young Adults are sponsoring a swim-dance on Sunday, June 13, 8 p.m. at the Fleetwood Hotel. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. 5tri Street Pbon*) •-• &f 01 AL MEIOENBEAO), Owner NOW PLAYING THRU JUNE 20th USA FERRADAY • CHARLES KORVIN Start of STAGE, SCREEN and TELEVISION in "GLAD TIDINGS" A SPICY COMEDY Nitely (Except Monday) 8:30 p.m. Mat Saturday and Sunday 2:30 p.m. BOX OFFICE OPEN 10 a.m. 10 p.m. — PHONE 7-1842 Adm. — $1.25. 1.85, 2.50. tax inc. • Sat. Nite — 1.5. 250, 3.50. tax inc. Air Conditioned Mat. — All Seatt $1.00 plus tax BILTMORE PLAYHOUSE 151 N.E. 40th St. Bet. 1st & 2nd Avei. 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    PAGE 6 B -Jartstrhrldton JTUDAY, American Notables Solomon Nunes Carvalho: The Jew of d %  t__a — ^-* k n ..U a*..... „.!.-• TL. %  1 By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Harry Siiaaafcaff s calm.i, eaestrtafiaf %  *"' • %  *'•* Amerfc.n Notofc/es, is fceiaf aa-Wished ky Tar It with fUrWm* •t pwt at tfct fercenfeaary ccftfcratiea at iwil* SftltBt to the Um'feW Sfafts.-Taa MitersJ John C. Fremont ranks among the most colorful figure* in American history. Teacher, civil engineer, survcyr for railroads, and army officer, he eloped with Jessie Benton. the talented literary daughter of Missouri's senator, then a top leader in national politics. Thereafter Fremont became an explorer on a par in daring with Daniel Boone. Kit Carson and those adventurers who penetrated trackless country' never before trodden by white man. There was also in his make-up an element of the irrational that sometimes got him into trouble, but also won him everlasting fame. But for Fremont. California might not have been a part of the USA. His unorthodox conduct cla.-hed with the army authorities He was court martialed and found guilty By noa time his popularity was such that President Polk found it necessary to pardon him. He had purchased a tract of land on which gold was subsequently found Instead of earning millions, this land was after protracted litigation. In 1850 he was sent to represent California in the U S Senate. One day in August. 1853. this Byronesque leader with plenty of personal maenetism m<>t and invited Solomon Nunes Carvalho to joJB his new expedition for exploring the far west into California. Carvalho succumbed to Col. Fremont'charm and immediately consented This a-urpri-ing in a 38-yvar-old ae-thete. who had led a -helter ed lite, and who had written a treatise on the Biblical i the universe, entitled "The Two CreationBorn in Charleston he had in hi20th year set up as a portrait painter and had received a -liver medal from the South Carolina In-titute for his "Moses Receiving the Tabletof the Law on Sinai." which was destroyed in 1838 when the Beth Klohim Synagogue burned down Fortunately Carvalho had drawn a sketch of its interior so that todaj W* ian -till -ee the "spaciouand elegant" Synagogue described B* I-aFnvette and dedicated in 1794 before Gov Moultne and hilarge entourage of military and civilianBut his best known paintings are the portraitt Rabbi I-aac Leeser. the leader of American Orthodox Jewry, and of Thomas Hunter, the founder of Hunter College in New York It also seems strange that Fremont should have selected a aj Will In artist to join his party of ten Indians, two Mt \ieans and five Americans for an expedition that called for the toughest kind of physical and moral fibre. But Fremont was born in Savannah and studied at the College of Charleston. Evidently he recogniied the loyal, impul-ive. hardy, adventurous nature of Carvalho and put on saw the peril and" resorted Ta^ V* n M**n. hipersuasive charm to win over a fellow Southerner, tenant to be a crack shot, and I ^' H "*i whom he understood and appreciated. Besides being a Carvalho started gun Vr painter. Carvalho was expert in handling the recently In„H hit th k..ii„ n P^ctice with The vice-commander. on on. ~. party from massacre A -tav K a 0B ^ food and some Indians collected jT!! 1 hid Sb further a different band of nd !'* lu Abajf The Utes had good horses. Jere J^WJ ri e\e ning. June 20. 8.30 p m.. at the air conditioned Miami Beach Audito num. Many table parties are being arranged. A partial li-t of reservationfor the fir-t concert includes: 1 w r. % % % % %  M %  r|f. J wm r.l. t %  .> a M.-I th) 1' 1 'ole Mi ..N.I Mi. H kflr* Da %  Hn Harold Davis, Mr I' into\. Kaatrrn AirMi an.i Mi. LaiT) VA\. MI Simon KHt'l. .Mr and Mm Ooatav* B, Mr and Mm Warren C Pracmaa, Mr .,?.,! Mra Bamua Un.l. Mr. and Mm. K 11 UaUon*) lr and Mra. J M Oodard, Mr and -Mm. Jark Cordon. Mr and MiJobs Haw km. Mr. an.I MrItilli,. Head Mr and Mra A. Judaon Hill. Mr and -Mra Hugh Hilc.n. Mr and M Hoffman. Mi H II lit man. Mr. and Mra C h Jackaoo, Mr. and luu lea Jai obaon Ml and Mra .Mlll..n Jarobaon, Mr ami Mr1I1..-1. Judla, In and MrBarnard KMnman. Mr and MiAlexander Knaan Mra Alice K..II., Dr. and MrKn Arrange Parties .11 Mr ,.nt M FUltai Lavtnaon. Mi Mlilun l.inn. • %  M !:••i n P i.udw i. Mri Mantnr. • Ma Kay. M h <"lt> • art 1 • %  1. Mon n .. Mm Xelta K)rmea Muni*. Mr. and Mra n Mi Ben T I>I-. U ad Mn 1 F: O'XellL M Ml Ha lrl ..n-. Mra. M.ix M \ui Plrl H I Pk K MiJi.hn P I FT. Mr. 1 11.1 Ml and Mr Claud* 1 Mra Ithvtm, Mra Jeaaii-a Roblnaun, Mr • N Roblnaoa, MT ..11.1 Mra 1 .ff. Mi aaat Mra Ulrtnej Mrhwarts. Mr an.I Mra Paul Mr. and Ml Jai 1.I1 .-1.. 1 I .1 and Mra I l>anl.-i SI1..1.11. Mi and Mm Harr) shulta. Mr an Blcal, Mr Arthur s 1' Ktampleman : Hlrwirt, Mi and Tobin. Ml and Mr. da) D| and Mt. Joaeph M W< ll>er Ml ..n.l Mr. I..-.!,..11I A Wlei III Jeffai aoi \v %  ne Delegates' Reports Due Dessert and coffee will be served | at a meeting of the Eleanor Roose-i velt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, j on Wednesday. June 16. in the | Empire Room of the Empress Hotel. Delegates to the B'nai B'rith Con venrion held recently in Daytona Beach, will give their report1,000 Attend Rabbi Shapiro Testimonial Some 1.000 persons paid tribute to Rabbi Max Shapiro's 22 years of service at Beth-David Synagogue during a testimonial and reception in the spiritual leader's honor held by the congregation. Louie Bandel. former city commi—loner, was master of ceremonies at the affair held in Beth David and introduced the speakers who praised Rabbi Shapiro's work at Miami's pioneer congregation. Some three weeks ago. the spiritual leader announcea hiresignation from the pulpit, which becomes effective this month Speakers included Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the I'niversity of Miami; Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and honorary president of the Florida Rabbinical Association: Harold Shapiro. Mayor of Miami Beach; the Rev. Fred Core, president of the Greater Miami Council of Churches; and leaders and officials of Beth David Synagogue. TO THE FAR EAST, ISRAELI, SOUTH AMERICA Or to eiy foroasw c ount r y wo offer complete service via AIR, RAIL or OCEAN—includma delivery, pockinfj and cratine,, documentation, customt clearance, ate TELEPHONE: 9-7651 ROLAND THOfisON M Frost I* Forvntrowi MM A*] zz&i Recently elected officers and trustees of Miami Beach Lodae B'nci RVi.k with Herman Edelsberg. guest speaker from the Washmnln n ,1 r e h Wn above League. Left to right (seated) are Samuel W. ShaLo uSel W "*%* A V*nauon nett Beclcerman. Edelsborg. Ger.hon S. Miller, n^, president Ja^k7 Gofd ^'^ Bar man. Second row are Walter C. Kovner, Jack Abbott Pa!.l c22L" Gold nd kv >ng SchatzGilbert J. Balkin. Jack Auguat. Daniel M. Broad S2mXn^uT *% S rge l Taliano Harold Turk. Third row are Jack J. Fink. Samuel sST l u£*Tct '^t? Gei8mar and Godfrey K. Newman. Joseph A. Kogos and Harry ZukernS P N ^ hannma MY Teigman. •txom. Abe Frankel and Sam A. Goldatein. ^ ^"^e'nick. Not presont are Sol S GoldcAoo*e<8o*€(ot&fo% /As fine*/ in fitnetal tetoice A service that leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, 6* MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333DAD6HW Hi. W43! Ph. 5-7677 •.K.



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    %  %  I I %  MM tewislh Florid^ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ruME23—Number 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS .S. Cond emns Anti-Jewish Drive In Rumania Mate Department will Open Discussions on Middle East *SIIINGTON (JTA) — Impor! meeting concerning Israel J.ke place in the State Departthis week following the ar-.cre Hi Francis H. Russel, fi. |' Affaires of the United eml>a-<> in IsraeJ. Ambassaidward B Lawson, who has ated as the new US to brai 1 t succed the late |lria. Lebanon. Jordan and pVH Following these discussions. State Department said, he will ve for Tel Aviv for similar talks pth the Israel Government. He pll 'M: accompanied by staff advises Irom the State Department and |e Foreign Operations Adminisfat.cn. Tr.e State Department announce nt aid that "both Israel and the ittre-ttd Arab states have give? Bbassador Johnston their cornon the broad program for rdan Valley development pro•M to them last November dur•' % %  first visit to the area as Personal representative of MQent Eisenhower." Helen Gahagan Douglas (center), former California member of the House of Representatives, represents New York City mothers in the presentation of a maternity pavilion at Kupat fiolim's Eliezer Kaplan Memorial Hospital in Rehovot, Israel. Looking on are Yehudit Doron (right), wife of the Israeli Consul, and Mrs. Clara Israelite, president of the New York Women's Council for Histadrut. Portrait at top is of the late Hanna Spector, radio commentator and civic worker in whose memory the hospital is named. Mrs. Shushana Spector, a sister, is a member of the Hebrew Academy faculty a! Miami Beach. WASHINGTON (JTA)—The United States Government publicly condemned this week the mass arrests of Jewish leaders in Rumania as violations by the Rumanian Communist regime of provisions of the peace treaty and as a crime against the "dictates of justice and humanity." The American condemnation was voiced as news came through from Rumania of the trial and conviction of another 19 Jews who were sentenced to prison terms of between five and 12 years. Earlier in the week, the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Anthony Nutting, told the British Parliament that his government had the "fullest sympathy" for the Jewish people in their concern over the situation in Rumania. The Foreign Office, he said, was making diplomatic inquiries of the Rumanian Government on the Jewish trials. The American condemnation of the Rumanian proceedings was voiced here by Robert Murphy. Deputy Under-Secretary of State, after he had received a delegation of the American Jewish dommittee and discussed the situation with them. In his statement, Mr. Murphy declared: "In recent months the Rumanian regime has brought to trial and sentenced long prison terms scores of Rumanian Jews. Many of these recently sentenced have been held in prison without trial for*severa! years, their only crime being that the" regime considers them undesirable. The fate of the victims of this widespread persecution is cause for deep concern on the part of the Department of State as well as the American Jewish Committee. "The conduct of the Rumanian Government in this instance is but one more example of its callous : disregard for human rights and fundamental freedoms. In order to instill fear in the hearts of the 250.000 Jews in Rumania that government has found it necessary to sentence leaders of the Jewish community so that they might be held as hostages. Such conduct is not only in violation of the provisions of the treaty of peace with Rumania .but also ignores the dictates of justice and humanity. "I am deeply moved by the tragic plight of these unfortunate Jewish leaders and sympathize with the feelings expressed by members of the delegation from the American Jewish Committee." Statement Hailtd The American Jewish Committee hailed the State Department's condemnation of recent Communist trials of Rumanian Jews "as a beacon of hope to Jews and other minorities trapped behind the Iron Communities Favor Merger of Drives for Israel Institutions '• Gi.r. Ufpkthml • crtatts tar KM la NEW YORK (JTA)—Full support for current efforts in Israel to have the Hebrew University, Haifa Technion and the Weizmann Institute merge their fundraising campaigns in the United States has been given by the Jewish federations and welfare funds in this country, it was learned here by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Reflecting the wishes of the Jewish communities in the United States, leaders of the Councils of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds reaffirmed the urgent need for unified fundraising by the three institutions. This, they pointed out, would enable the transfer of a substantial part of the approximately $650,600 being spent by these institutions for fundraising and administration in the US to direct use by the institutions in Israel. Leaders of the Israel Govern ment and of the Jewish Agency feel strongly that such a merger should take place as soon as po* Die, it was indicated here. A committee representing the Finance and Education Ministries of tM Government of Israel and the Jew ish Agency is examining in detai the maintenance and finances ot the three institutions, it was re_ waled. The recommendations m this committee will be mUabte soon to the Jewish communities in the United States. At present communities in tms country allocate funds to each of the three institutions accordingly a formula Previously recommended by Dr. Giora Josephthal, treasurer of the Jewish Agency. The formula provides for 55 percent of the total allocated for Israel's institutions of higher education to the Hebrew University. 23 percent to the Haifa Technion and 22 percent to the Weizmann Institute. However, during his recent visit to this country. Dr. Josephthal told the leaders of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds that the Israel Government, as well as the Jewish Agency, favors having the three institutions merge their campaigns and that the Jewish communities in this country will soon be advised whether any revision in the allocations formula should be made. Dr Josephthal was assured by the CJFWF leaders that they would accept the judgment of the committee in Israel which is now studying the merger issue. They pointed out that even under the existing "Josephthal formula" there is no need for the three institutions to send separate representatives to local budget hearings, and that "one representative can serve the same purpose better in behalf of all three, with substantial saving in expense." Meanwhile, a specific proposal for the unification in the United States of fundraising activities of the three institutions by Meyer W. BULLETIN LONDON (JTA)—The Rumanian Government has protested to the Israel Government against the "hostile propaganda carried out by certain organizations in Israel with regard to Rumania," the press reported here Wednesday. The reports added that the Rumanian Government denied that the recent mass trials of Zionist and Jewish communal leaders had an anti-Semitic character. The Rumanian Government was also reported as accusing Israel of preventing "by various means" the return to Rumania of Rumanian Jews. Curtain signalling that the free world is gravely concerned over their plight." "The U.S. Government's action today," the AJC declared, "strips away the Communist propaganda facade to reveal the ugly reality of persecution for any group ia Russia and its satellites that refuses to conform to the Communist mold." It pointed out that the recent Rumanian trials were the culmination of "a systematic attempt to destroy the Jewish community that began with a large scale deportation and disappearance, probably to Siberia, of tens of thousands of Rumanian Jews in September, 1949." "Only the sharpest protests from democratic nations can possibly check the continued savagery of the Communist rulers," the AJC stated. "These Hitler-like actions are part of the Communist master plan to crush all minorities and all possible centers of dissidence. Just as under Hitler, the pitiless treatment of the Jewish scapegoat is Weisgal, chairman of the executive council of the Weizmann Institute of Srience, was made known here exploited as a deterrent against the this weekend. Mr. Weisgal proposed that: The three institutions should give up independent organizations kn the United States and establish one central' office in New York. very idea of a non-conformism or resistance." (The New York Times commented editorially on the imprisonment of about 200 Zionist leaders in Rumania this week.) Att Ggfl. Krvin Gets $10,000 From State Cabinet Florida Group to Study Segregation TALLAHASSEE Att. Gem Richard Ervin has been granted S10 0IK) by the Florida Cabinet as an emergency fund torresenc* work in the sta.e\s effort to preserve segregation of races in the public schools. The move comes on the heels of the recent and unanimous U3, Supreme Court decision which declared illegal and contrary to Se spirit and the law of the constitution the doctrine of "separate but equal" facilities for Whites and Negroes in the school system. "I don't believe Florida is ready for non-segregation," Ervin said. "If we have to accept, it should be on a gradual basis." The attorney general said he wanted the $10,000 to permit research experts of the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami to help determine the practical effects of the United States Supreme Court ruling against segregation. The court has given Southern states affected by the ruling until fall to present briefs on methods of bringing about mingling of the races in schools. Florida's brief must be filed by Oct. 1.