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The Jewish Floridian ( June 18, 1954 )

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%  2asa NMJEIoiaidliiguR Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 2d—Number 2S 3= 5^SA. FRIDAY. JUNE* 18. E5T PRlCfe: ^Britain Retain Former Positions on Internatinn.i Crime nde ^W E ndorses G !" ocide Pad Without Reservation By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency TED NATIONS — It is surely the greatest irony Soviet Union should be the first of the Great to ratify the Genocide Pact; and now Germany. Ictions really precipitated this solemn international nt. i~ tiding to accede, while the British and Ameriernments, those great bulwarks of democracy and do nothing about it and even say that they are [ %  in do anything ^bout it. (those who may not know, genocide is a word coinhe Jewish author of the Genocide Convention. Dr. tin: it means the destruction of a racial or u group. The convention makes it an international Of course, the Nazis were guilty of genocide beDl their attempt to wipe out the Jewish people by 6.000.000 of them to the gas chambers. he legal committee of the Bundestag in Bonn — and one wonders how many former Nazis it numbers pnraseolosy a b.ll ratifying the Genocide Convention [Wa means that the West German Parliament wE*£ WHS n, n d S f,rs1 rcadin 8 last Januarv. there and BffaC n nC JS CXPeCted ,he SeC nd s,v!n.. i --Jh r ai "! y "" "" %  • ,l -in S your shoulders and he he.r ,h f Si**' """ l"*"* diplomat dld *>> Pa,i Th r PT 1 8 "? WOUW adhcre ,0 ,he Genocide I act I he fact is that this convention is one of the really great achievements of the post-war period: a solemn international covenant such as this will act as a stop to such learful crimes as the mass destruction of a religious and racial group even for ihor-1 who is in Washington for special consultation. This contcmpiaicn aciwn will be ,H hv a declaration now beS e consiSere a .1n which the United Slates would join Britain and France in a general warning to Israel and the Arab states against fresh violence. One purpose of the warning will be to "calm Arab fears of aggressive Israel expansionism." Another air: is to "reassure" Isreal which is now very concerned about an American arms arrangement with Iraq and a pending grant of U.S. arms to Egypt. The three-power declaration would reinforce and bring up to date the tripartite guarantee of 1950. It would pledge the Western Powers to immediately sever economic and military assistance to any nation found guilty by the United Nations apparatus of offending against truce regulations It was indicated here by official sources that a repetition of Kibya or Nahalin would occasion the termination of American aid to Israel. Henry A. Byroade, Assistant SecContinued on Page 2 A



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PAGE 2 A +Jmisi>norAM!9rJ Big Three Warns Arabs, Israel Continued from Page 1 A retary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, proposed the new declaration at a secret meeting in Istanbul in May with American diplomats i assigned to Near Eastern countries, as totlows: On his return from Istanbul. Mr. Byroade stopped off in Paris and London and urged that officials of total United States contributions to total of governmental assistance, the Arab states, including contribuj direct, of $360 OOO.OOD. Now, to that about tions to the Arab refugee prograsn through the United Nations, amounted to $212,000,000 On the Israeli side, he said, the record was The technical assistance figure is $6,000,000. ('.ran(economic at<1 totals $209,000,000. and the credit the French and British Govern-1 ments join in this State Depart-. merit-sponsored undertaking. Prior j to the Istanbul meeting Mr By{ roade secured approval for the' plan from leaders of the Adminis-' tration. Assistance Decreased American economic assistanOJo Israel will this year be decreased while aid to the Arab countries will, be increased, it was learned here following the publication of pre-, viously-secret testimony given high Stale Department officials ;nijn>t,tHi<>n After 17 *> !" Continued from Pae 1 A '"• 'Una i GEORGE KRONENGOio WVITH YOU TO JOIN g FIRST FLORIDA ISRAEL-EUROPE T* ^.nd Ron Ha.htna. Yom K,pp„ r '"V France, lallium, Hclland, SwilHrliJl', ,."*' i^, Ve will tpa TOURIST 1720 CABIN | tMJ usTBf ro STATIC* mmi UMroar, I 0: JO AM Fm T *-*„ J -"<.o,ai] FOOD fo ISRAU t he e, >Z Sir.-v. 'eo lor cielivary >n laratl n OM .?£***' Hrt^ ro vouaf GIFT DOLL AR OW UP TO W ./J* Service The exacl figures wire withheld for tecuritj reasons by thtwo "i facials Arthur Z. Gardiner, polilical and economic adviser in (he sta(c Departments Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, and Assistant Secretarj < %  S(ate Henry A Byroade — who told the committee that American aid t" I>rael h.i exceeded th.it previoualj given (he Arab stales because the Israelis needed urgent relief supplies whil oping projects in (he Arab world %WTC net >< %  ( Israel's Income Cited Asked bj .1 member oi ihr com whether the Arabs h .%• 1 luse" t" fear Israi I Mr said I think thai :: you • n i" c< n. in influential Israi li %  %  -. %  : ,. ... for •1 Both hi' and Mr Bj roade strongl] advocated the l'i. S(;it. -rnilm^ .innto Ir;ii| in or t!i r In make (hiIraq Arm) .1 -t.i bili7iri'j t.irrc' m ihMiddle East Mr Gardiner told the committee that the effect ol l mini States ;irni^hipmenN to Iraq "and (he furnishing ol (he advice (ha( goes with them" could be similar in (he Ions run to the stabilizing effect ol Bnti>h officerin the Arab legion Jordan Mr Byroade said th;it kej men of the State Department ju>t returned from Iraq, had found there .• new feeling of friendship toward the United States Mr Gardiner reported that the l{innl<'s|;i OK s 4-t'IHH HI<> Vnt-i I Continued from Page 1 A no particular reaervatioo; the changes in definition and phr..~. D which (he Bundestag legal committee hamade .ire under I to be minor It 1reallj beyond belief thai the Bnti-h and American govern RH nishould not have ratified this il humanitarian treats, and thai the American government should even proclaim (ha( 11 1not going b do this. The longer (he-.' two outside 1 he growing companj of na1 ns it. oi course"; includes Israel — which bavi now acceded to (he Genocide Convention, (he worse il will be for them in (he struggle for (he hearts and minds of men which is so important in these days of ideological conflict I na durine (he winter months at tract a regular attendance of hun dreds of adult students from all parts of the country Principal of the Beth Jacob Re ligious School for (he past 15 years. RabU Mescheloff has also been ex ecutive director of (he Beth Jacob I Vaad Hakashruth A frequent chairman of (he Rabbinical \--" elation Court of Arbitration, the Rabbi also serves as a famii> counsellor. Known as one of die bu.-ie-t spiritual lean of the area. Rabbi lies cheloff found time for community. ..well anational, organi7ation.il activities He served acivilian chaplain on Miami Beach during the tirst two yean of World War II. when Beth Jacob was open as a servicemen'1 center for men of all faiths He w.ione of those who -aw the need ior and helped m the organ ization ol the Greater Miami Jan i-h Federation He was also one 1 the Committee ol Twentj which • d tin Miami Beach VMIIA. now known at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Rabbi Mescheloff ipresident of thi lewish National l-'und Council "i South Florida, vice president ol the Miami Beach I-rael Zionut lUstrict. secrc(ary of (he Miami :.' BCD I lergj Bureau, a pas( vice president, now national executive member of (he Rabbinical Council of America, and a mernber of its Education Commission and its National Kashruth Council. He is also a member of (he Religious Committee of the National Conference of Christiana and Jews and a member ol (he National Advisory Council of Yeshiva University. A co-editor of the 1954 puhlu-a (ion of (he Sermon Manual of (he Rabbinical Council of America. Rabbi Mescheloff e> also author of the text book. "Jewish Observance and Celebration." used in many Hebrew religious schooli in the country Rabbi and MrMescheloff ha\e WOIID s iAatii &ymfiUU PEST CONTROL T-01 J. Call 2-1776 %  of •'•ted B'rlth R HOROWITZMARGARETEN MEAL i4***u*i M ATXO *f... whHo... igfHaaWl /•Wfertr-AWcbesi CTtrOf*, Crwgajtfftf. Grmmd for gj gpW *A D E FIt M 14 "TMI Ml HOI WITH T N E T < S IT bw PALM OaUUBUlUtt. WC. three children Their daughter. Renah. graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School this month at (he age of 16. She will enter the University of Miami this fall. A son. Efrom. 14. attends the High School department of Yeshiva University in New York. 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JNE 18. 19S4 Je*UHhrS(Han PAGE 3 A ir Program Of Personal Liberties Urged ATI A twelve point but to indicate in what position h*.<•!;.. .,„.. „.,_, '" to commit illegal acts in test of Soviet Russia," it balance the risks" for led States between "deuf its freedom by subIrom within or assault from 'and the "smallest possible Mice" with individual freereport recommends: |itation of government poto sensitivity should be "of the hands of the seifticers in each federal (and instead vested in a experts under the Civil I Commission. B&OSt sensitive positions subject to exhaustive sePnveMigation. Freeing the non-.sensitive government om detailed investigation liable a more thorough and review of sensitive posts (entity and loyalty hearings [be conducted by boards M of distinguished private \ outside of government and not subject to governsure (Such boards might linted by the federal courts.) Bccutt-d in legislative or adptive proceedings should pe right to counsel and to •ion of specific charges sufin advance to enable him fare an effective defense, mitigation should seek not [to find out whether there is Wion in which an employee [represent a security risk, to protect the identity of govern ment agents. In such cases, the report recommends the security board should find some way of and questioning the accuser, mnnll Wiretapping should he permitted Z"Z ^ ^"S federal law enforcement agencies problems posed In ni o na| secur sh n own C ,h U a r a f d H eraf U r i8 C,e ri H ,ty beC8U j '"-Ived very gov shown that a federal enme ,s pro!,eminent employee, many invesuPointing out that the lovalty program of 1947 -fell short" oi security requirements in some ways "went beyond" these require areas, it has at times been highly honestly held which is the most of intellectual activthat avowedCommualso be barred from •trative positions in educaitutions lest they ','build to prevent damage." up" their movements through paably being planned or committed. "Wiretapping under judicial con gallons, excessive administrative Discussing legislative investigation into subversive activities, the analysis deplores the fact that few such inquiries have maintained standards of fairness. "Legislative investigations have a valuable function to perform." the report declares. "But they must be conducted with fairness to all concerned. In such proceedings. effort and unnecessary hardship to any person against whom trol would not interfere seriously individuals. The 2? 22ft d "'I' adop program is er '" cized 'or the IT tion would remove whatever nor in which it is enforced ai current securityexcuse now exists for illegal wire tapping by government agencies"! On the elementary and high school level. Communists are viewed as unfit to teach social sciences, history and any other subjects "where indoctrination by slanting and selection may be accomplished far too subtly to permit its easy proof." The right to protection against self-incrimination under the Fifth Amendment should continue to be saleguarded. But persons in positions, of trust have a special obligation irrespective of their legal rights to answer all relevant questions. (In sensitive employment, "the privilege against self-incrimination has no place: a person unwilling to place all his cards on the table is unfit for a position of trust.") Federal legislation intended to deal with the problems of subversion should be directed primarily against the conspiratorial activities of the Communist Party in behalf of the Soviet Union, and by individual Communists, rather than against advocacy or conspiring to advocate various shifting Communist doctrines. (The report finds: "The American Communist Party is capable of doing and has done substantial harm to the United States. However, it 1las done so not by its advocacy of any or all the doctrines which it has at one time or another espoused. bit by its role as a secret conspiracy to commit very specific acts.") There should be no security tests for non-sensitive private employ-; ment. In sensitive private enterprises government should require security procedures through provisions in contracts similar to fair employment practices provisions. President Eisenhower should appoint a national commission, composed of outstanding citizens to study all facets of government security problems. "A thorough examination of all aspects of the problem, as they affect government policy, is urgently needed, the report says. To counteract activities of alarmists and demagogues, a new central body, supported by leading enforced and for the vagueness of its standards. Many of those dismissed under this program were incorrectly classified as "subversives," the report declares. "The need lor some type of security program is clear," Mr. Goldbloom's report to the American Jewish Committee continues. "Communist infiltration into government positions is now known to be systematic and, in certain key tions are brought should be given a speedy and full opportunity to refute them, including the opportunity to confront and cross examine his accuser. "It would also be well if no charges were aired at public hearing until careful investigation had indicated that they had a substantial basis. Such investigation might well include giving accused individuals an opportunity to refute the charges against them. They should have ample notice if they are to be attacked publicly, so that they have time to secure any necessary evidence in their defense." The report points out that on the university level a teacher's beliefs become dangerous only when they are hidden — "as with most Communists they are" — and thus "interfere with the free play of ideas tronage and favoritism." In an introduction to the report, which deals with many questions on which the AJC "has taken no official position," Mr. Engel declares: "Because we Americans were late in recognizing the existence of a problem, we now tend to compensate by overestimating its extent and seriousness. Because it was so difficult to conceive of the possibility that Americans might betray their country in the interests of* a foreign power, some ot us are now ready to suspect each other without real reason. As n result, then is a tendency to adopt means of dealing with the problems which are hasty, ill-considered, and disproportionate to the ends to he served. "The danger exists that free discussion, on the basis of the democratic system, will be undermined by the development of an atmosphere of intolerance, in which emotion substitutes for reason and accusation for argument. There is a very real danger that dissent today may be confused with treason — a situation not only unfavorable to dissent, but favorable to treason." Reverend's Sons Achieve Academic Honors; Were Active in Miami Area *Kv Herbert £. Scfcer Harvey Granted BS With Honors The University of Wisconsin has granted a research fellowship to Harvey Goldberg, who has just received a BS def yee cum laude ^ rom the UniverI iity of Miami. H a r v ey has ;pent a full year in Israel, where he studied social and e c o nomic conditions, in addition to working is a member of a. kibbutz and trav-| eling throughout the country. Upon his return to the United States, he became interested in food technology and completed a four year course at the U of M in two and one-half years. Harvey, who is the son of Rev. and Mrs. George Goldberg, is married to the formerly Shirley Usdansky, of Miami Beach. The couple Harvey Scher is New Beth David President Herbert E. Scher has been named president of Beth David CoBCMf* n g VC £ft by car for their new home in Madison, Wis., where both will continue their studies. Harvey's researcn will i>e geared toward the PhD degree. Mrs. Goldberg's field is dietetics. Both were active in the Habonim movement, and Harvev taught in several Religious Schools in the Miami area. Ell (1^), past president of Temple Beth Sholom, props Joseph Arkin with a plaque in honor of Arkin s service &Ternpl e and the community. A member of theconstiucenrmmiee and Beth Sholom vice president Xrkin was "jmental Q monq other leaders here in the laying ot me %  Woton lor the new Beth Sholom sanctuary. Presentation %  i" qde a' a recent "Foundation-Frolic." tion during recent annual elections held in the synagogue. Others named are Sidney Lefcourt, first vice president; Louis Heiman. second vice president; Bert Sher. recording secretary; Frank Rose, financial secretary; Jacob Sher. treasurer; and Harry aimons. assistant treasurer. Board of Directors includes Philip Abrams. Nathan Alexander. SWnJy Aronovitz. Harry August. Louie Bandel. Samuel Dickon John Feller. Max Gettinger. Harry Gordon. Max Handshu. Harvey Herman Abe Kasow. Dr. Roy Mack. Ham Markowitz, Stanley C.Myers. and Akiba Plager. Sidney I'ozcn. Albert Quadow. Morris Rabinowitz. Edward Safer LphSiegel.Dr.JackSe.tl.n.Sam sSSin, Daniel Serott. Mitchell ShapoS Spector. Charles Sp.ng.rn. Bernard A. Sterling. Jerome Stern S SwnrU J crome VVe,nkle and Julian Weinkle. Cantata on Radio The narrative contata "Akiba the 1 o a • „ of Jew^h Education, and ^ •*?,& Goldstein. Eugene Goldberg Gets PhD Degree Last week. Brown University officially conferred the Doctor of Philosophy degree on Eugene Goldberg, son of Rev. and Mrs. George G o 1 dberg, Miami. Although exercises are held at Brown in June. : Eugene actually attained the PhD last September. He subsequently J became affiliated with General Electric research staffers at the GE Pittsfield, Mass., laboratories. Dr. Goldberg and his wife, the former Frances Blaustein, of Miami, now reside in Pittsfield with their one-year-old son. Earl. Eugene received the BS degree from the University of Miami summa cum laude in chemistry. A teaching fellow at the University of Ohio, he obtained the Masters degree there. The young chemist already has a patent to his credit. Eugene JWV to Take Part In Gables Services As part of Know Your America Week, the Coral Gables Post No. 'SlliatZiniin H Vliiis 243, Jewish War Veterans, will co!" VIMI~>. operate with Rabbi Morris A. Skop Irving Schatzman will be installed as president of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami on Sunday evening. June 20, 7 p.m., at the Clover Club. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, will be installing officer. Other officers are vice presiin making "Know Your America" the theme of the religious services at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Friday evening. June 18. Rabbi Skop will speak on "Knowing Your America." Members of the Post and the Ladies' Auxiliary will be at the services wearing militarycaps. Post colors will stand near the altar. The Ladies' Auxiliary will ices. class Judy dents Samuel Pearlman, Mrs. Jack i prepare and serve refreshments at Winger and Mrs. Herman Steinthe Oneg Shabbat after the senman: recording secretary, Mrs. Benjamin Schanfald; financial secretary. Abe Tunjck; corresponding secretary, Mrs. 5yd Jarrett; and treasurer, Sol Litvak. Board of Governors are Mike Kaplan, chairman, Maurice Cohn, Svd Jarrett, Mrs. Clara Levy, Mrs. Jack Rosen, Jack Rosen, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Ezra Finegold. Mrs. Jack Ferdi, Samuel Greenfield, Mrs. S. Pearlman. Joseph Rabiner, Herman Steinman, Mrs. Jack Slavin, Jack Slavin, Nathan Kantor, Morris Eisenberg Two Lectures Slated at Friends of Lively Arts Friends of the Seven Lively Arts. a project of the Miami Beach Recreation Department, will present a lecture-discussion on Friday, 8:30 p.m., at 2100 Washington ave., featuring Dr. Mitchell S. Gordon in a talk on: "Handwriting—Key to the Inner You." Also appearing will be Miss Claire Korda in a discussion of: git. KS -Sow. Richard ~^^ljjE5; I !" "^lm o, Kosch. Ellen Bolker and Sandra | ^ y, ^ ^ ^^ Neuman Schreidell :. 1



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PAGE4A OFTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. 21141 -2-8212 Friday. June 18. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor an d Publisher Vo ume 2 8 Number 25 LEO MINDLIN New s Editor Swm 17,_5714 U.S. Serves One-Sided Warning This week, Washington came forward with a series oi moves affecting Israel that represent muddled reasoning on the part ol our leadership to say the least. To begin with, the State Department has made it clear that the U.S. will no longer tolerate the atmosphere of tension now reigning in the Middle East. This, it seems to us. is a noble position for our leadership to take. But the suggested implementation of that stand and the subsequent moves made to emphasize it leave much to be desired. State Department officials indicated that they are ready to warn both Israel and the Arab League that the continuation of the climate of tension and further infraction ol the Armistice of 1948 would elicit American disfavor. The fact remains, however, that this was no more than a polite method of telling the Jewish State it should be prepared for spiritual blackmail. The price of continued U.S. friendship toward Israel, the State Department actually means, is a benign policy toward Arab hostility. Another Kibya or Nahalin incident. Washington virtually warns, will mean the cessation of Foreign Operation Aid funds to the young republic. Playing a principal role in this shortsighted reasoning has been the youthful and often impulsive Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byrocde. whose trip throuqh the Near East is teaching him about as much as a similar tour taught his chief, John Foster Dulles, last year. Mr. Byroade qave his home office to understand that such a revised policy toward the Jewish State would serve to allay the injured feelings of the Arab Leaque. Moslem leaders, Mr. Byroade implies. w:ll be less inclined to express fears of "Zionist expansion" with a stiffening U.S. attitude so far as Israel is concerned. But it is clear from all of this that Washington's original "impartiality" vis-a-vis the Near East was no more than a disguise for an unwarranted attack against the Jewish State. Capitol Hill leaders have qone into no such detail regarding similar plans to excoriate the Arab League in the event of a possible infraction of the Armistice Agreement on its part. Rabbi >l4's a\!iii \' ._l r L> ^ ^. a i i • %  talented litm I in New York, he sat on a high stool one Saturday landscape of Spanish paintings before him. There on his easel was a reconstruction of GoyYn achievement. The conclusion to these experiments of interesting hypotheses. One of these, of course wui for objects of art must be based neither on the pas&aa. nor solely on psychological conditioning The other vf accomplishment must be measured in terms of the age %  accomplishment was produced. WITH RESPECT TO THE FIRST, the Professor U that not all poems, plays and musical compositions are" say. I. and certainly many others. tDscorered that wor_ and "orchestral gems" which had been foisted upon u>b>i grade and high school teachers as representing the M| ment in the arts were in reality mediocre and often doi monstrosities. It became clear that those who forced th on us were themselves mediocrities and that they hadi the hearsay with which they were, to begin with, imbued. Thus, many Shakespeare comedies — despite our t that unquestionable genius — went down the drain.; healthy revaluation. Numerous English poems we hall to look upon as the high point in attainment were alsoi by the new criticism. So, too, was it with the Germans-i would not be accused of bigotry. The "orchestral gems" to this day I abhor and villa)] though they remain the solid basis for most musk "a; courses. WITH RESPECT TO THE SECOND matter, the aesthetic accomplishment in terms of the age fn which it en we learned that if a Dickens novel is now nn longer valid kij we rebel in the face of a deceptive simplicity or naivete. !' %  Dickens, the artist, lost his truth but that our own era hall ceased bein%a function of the world he observed. All of this is by way of saying that the constitution offj can similarly be regarded as a work of art It would also I the eighteenth century philosophical enlightenment tnavf derived. As I see it. we must find it — except for the valued of didactic response experienced in mj German Profeaorif many years ago — totally unrewarding to set about changsM left us by craftsmen skilled in their work The student ttol to redevelop the Beethoven sonata certainly came up itM great achievement. Those who attempted to rewrite Shakr" Hebbel, and the heroic fellow at the museum, all metwitki tration. But to the enduring credit of their Professor, they I artistic achievement must remain unchallengable a and conditioning. • • • • EVEN SO IS IT WITH OUR constitution If il mk on these bases, then it deserves the fate of revaluation j those who tamper with its fringe, fearing th.' resolute ceea| I the title of fool or despot With respect to time, the aw fared well, riding high on the crest of ill flexibility in wp j Clause XVIII Its elasticity has permitted many amemawj quent retractions thereof, where found necessary No! *d\ <**! in Mti.u ii"in iiirinii, "iiui ***•• %  • %  exigencies of the specific age in which it was written. is as valid for us today as ever before. With respect to psychological conditioning. Sena "**? Carthys challenge of the Fifth Amendment and ^^T.1 live without more resistance than he has in fact, rece i reverence is not f dominant characteristic in this regara. constitution, as well as the philosophies upon wnicn a J tinues to withstand, aesthetically and legally, the e !" ~J The separation of church and state is a P"""^^ tional tradition — one protected fully by tf.e BUI 0I ~*" tk J tion Mr. Eisenhower signed Monday is an invasion ^ u \ citizen's privacy and the constitution at large ,b ^-^ that children in tbeir schoolrooms will henet-fonn H ^ lion's dedication "to the Almighty" I regard w.tn I have no doubt that, at some time in th f, f "*^fSe aajfj %  red unconstitutional. The document wil ment. For. within the framework of Mr EisM declared unconstitutional. The document will sur *. 3^ ment. For. within the framework of Mr KlsCn h 0 *" a ma | there must inevitably arise the question as to tn ^"r£i| IT'S UKE OLD TIMES AGAIN I "" "IU IIKVIHUl) nose lire >4v-"-"— rtiU0U province of God and the public schools role in !" *^j I must also, inevitably, bring to the fore the m ^^ Americanism — of the individual whose c n c e "'^_ a ke the enment of the Bill of Rights, will force him 1 %  <^ I Allegiance with reservations so far as the phrase oerned. • • • • • THE CENTRAL TRAGEDY LIES IN the fact that • reduced to emphasizing our spiritual su P er, '' r "> tha t >OT Communism by enacting laws designed to bul1 ^" ^tualb; this regard, time and psychological conditioning in reverse. f|f For we have thus arrived at an era where a ^ intellectual accomplishment of the Founding ra ^g stitution clearly shows, felt no need to firm ^ aiak** cept by affirming their respect for the dignity ^ g Dignity breeds individuality, but conformity <> WhrfffJI 1 This apparently begins with concerted Hosann M images will next crawl forth from Washing^itM feeaor could foresee all through inverted reasoning



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IE 18. 1954 iftberg and PodnosWcd fcning. 7:30 p.m., was |hc marriage rites at ftucia Steinberg and W ere bride' and fc-wed Mrs. Podnos is Mr. and Mrs. J. Jin s\V 12th ave. J parents are Mr. and t>,„lno>. 150 SW 49th was held in Beth eg'ation, with Rabbi spiritual leader, offi„l the bride's white le and tulle gown fell Her illusion veil was Iglh and she carried a Cyered Bible topped by failej and a white r attendant was Mrs. |chnlt/. She wore an [,) U ii over taffeta and llonial bouquet of pink Ids wore Janet Lipjtt> Rosenbach, Rose %  mil) Silvcrman. Their „i i.luc tulle over taftck. in orchid tulle over Eower girl. She carried %  rimmed with ribbons er dress. ,. Weinstein was best truest Lipschultt, ring Be attended David In%  edical I'chnology and kii> nt Miami. She comIprofe&sional training at Hospital, where she is kyed Mr I'odnos gradu •he College of Pharmacy Kir tj il Florida. He is of I lu' American and ftarmaceutical Association followed the cerelie Beth David recreation Board to Hold Meeting Monday %  meeting of the Board of |of the Bureau of Jewish Will be held at the pildiMi: mi Monday, June ML Bda "ill include formal il the By-Laws of the consideration of Sunday tchi-i-s' end.' of practice, %  deration of the revised pehers' code of practice. Jchwart/.man. executive dilill report briefly on the Inference of the National pi Jewish Education held krlphia in May. enter Official to Speak i luncheon meeting of MiIh B'n.ii B'rith Lodge will %  Tuesday, .lune 22, 12:15 line Ritz Plaza Hotel. Dr. %  Beam, secretary-treasurer international Cultural and %  Center, will be guest +3 !" utn^w~PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs Alvin P. Rose, LM Angeles, Cat., announce the birth "f their daughter, Deborah Louise on June 8 MrK |s( -.'-( %  is (he former Jacqueline Ann Davidson, daughtei ofMrnd Mrs Louis Davidson, 70 sw 30th rd„ Miami Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Louis W Harris, of Key Largo, Fla. Dr and Mrs, Leo M. Levin, 825 Fairway dr., announce the birth or their third daughter, Adrienne Dale at Mount Sinai Hospital on Mrs. Barton Podnos Delegates Represent Branches at Convention Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild represented the Ben Gurion Branch and Saul Ashkenazy, the Bialic Branch, at the 18JJ1 annual convention of the Farband Labor Zionist Order recently held in Montreal. Canada. According to the delegates, sessions were held in Yiddish, with the exception of one program dealing with the observance of the Tercentenary of Jewish life in America. Siime 12 couples attended a June !• surprise party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Max I.evin. 411 82nd ter.. : Miami Beach, on the occasion of the couple's 42nd wedding anniversary. '• -•• \ acationing at Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonvilie, N C, are Mr. and Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. 2701 SW 4th ave : Mr. and Mrs. .lack Burk. 2061 SW 5th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shapiro, 63 SW 31st rd.. and children [vy and Steven; Mr. and Mrs. David Roth, 9273 Byron ave.; Mr. and Mrs Benno B. Webster and daughter Blondine. 1505 SW 15th st.; and Mrs. Ruth Guthman, 158 South Shore dr. •it %  & Chuckie Kosenblum welcomed his new brother. Lawerence Neal, on June 3. They are the sons of Mr and Mrs. Leon S. Kosenblum. I'aterson. N.J.. and the grandsons of Mrs. Isidor I.ach and the late Mr. Lach, 574 NE 94th St.. Miami Shores. Mrs. Ro.tcnblum is the former Paula Lach. H tit It I 'lift* llttuls Teacher*' liroup Mrs. Ruth Uliss ha* been nam> d president of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. Other officers elected at a meeting of the association held recently in Knessoth Israel Congregation include David Friedman, honorary president: Malke Robbins. first vice president; Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. second vice president; Joshua Stadlan. secretary; and Ethel Saft, treasurer. Members of the executive board include Louis Gadon. past president, Tzvi Rosenkranz. Rebecca Kelemer, George Goldberg. Bathia Stadlan and Rebecca I.ipson. Mrs. Leo Ackerman, chairman of the project for blind school children of the National Council of Jewish Women, is shown accepting a check from Mrs. Martin Fine, a member of the committee. The check was sent to Mrs. Fine by Guilford Glaser, of Knoxville, to purchase a tape recorder for use in recording children's stories for the blind pre-school group. I.**^i : *^*-T-v>3* Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub has again been named head of the Mothers' March on Polio. Announcement of the appointment Saturday marks the fifth consecutive year that Mrs. Weintraub will chair the county-wide drive to raise funds for the fight against the dread disease. 9est graduate "garten class of the "garten class at Bay_ Private School is Ava k£*"aner. four and onepear old daughter of Dr. f 8 Alvin F. Gardner. F* were held on June %  £*a also received the **" of Honor for per^ndance at cloeing mx Beth El Congregafey School here. Proceeds for Children Mrs Rachel Sakowitz. newly elected president of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, and Bessie Rosenberg will sponsor a luncheon and card party on Tuesday noon June 22, at the home of Mrs Sakowitz. 1533 SW 3rd st. Proceeds are tor the children's village in Rannana. Israel. Adult Social Group to Elect Officers Saturday Installation of newly .li, ;; ed'.fn f cers of the Adult Social Groupi of Se Greater Miami Jewish .immunity Center will be held,atj. W ner-Dance in the Ocean. Ranch Ho tel on Saturday. June 19 7 P_m Bernard Segal will install the fol lowing officers: Ruth Rosenthal, president. Zeda Rose and Seigfried Beff'^S presidents: Leah Kuenatler.rec ** "* %  T^iSSST S rvTng responding secretary. %  Saal, treasurer. Dancing until 1 a.m. wiU foliow •the dinner and installation. Scholarship Winners Announced Here Greater Miami and Florida Zionist Youth Commission announced this week names of the young peo-1 pie who have been awarded scholarships to Zionist camps this summer. ,, Chosen to attend Camp Tel Yehudah. national Young Judaea camp, located in Barryville. N. Y., are Susan Bisgeier. Learsi Senior Judaea; Deena Serotta. Ben Zvi Senior Judaea; and Stuart Fabric. Attending the Regional Leaders; Institute in Hendersonvilie, NC are Tamar Mamches and Harriet Solloway. Stanley Saal. president of the University of Miami chapter of, IZFA. was chosen to attend the Summer-in-Israel six week Institute. Rabbi Shapiro Honored Rabbis of Greater Miami tendered a surprise luncheon in honor S Rabbi Max Shapiro on Friday ass^ asses Shapiro. Jewish Home Residents To Mark Fathers'Day Nelson. ... ^ arra nged The afternoon will b l "^HosU5 £ are chairman. Hosts H. and Mrs. Moms Zitttt. Mrs. Stanley Myers, installing officer at the recent meeting of trie Miami Division, Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, i* shown with Mrs. Leon Kaplan, incoming president, as Mrs. Kaplan accepts the gavel from Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, retiring president oi the group. Installation was at a lun cheon meet ing jon_June l_i n the Colum bu s Hotel. Boating, Little Theater Added to Camp Simchah Camp Simchah. the new JewishAmerican day camp at the Floridian Hotel, has expanded its facilities by purchase of a large Key West fishing skiff which will take children cruising and fishing on the bay, according to an announcement this week. Boat trips will also be made to a special island, where the older children will experience "a true camping adventure." Instruction in woodcraft, tent pitching, rope tying and study of marine life will be included. Another addition to the camp is a little theatre group, to be coached by a well known dramatic instructor. "Children will be encouraged to create their own plays as well as participate in producing many well known skits," camp directors explained. An outdoor theatre has been erected on Camp Simchah's grounds overlooking Biscayne Bay. These new features are in addition to the full program of athletics, swimming in Simchah's salt water pool. Israeli dancing, square dancing, arts and crafts, as well as remedial classes in English and Hebrew subjects for children who need special help over the summer. The camp also includes a toy store, where camp membership entitles the child to select any toy or game he desires. Directors of the camp are ShushsTmah Spector, Malcolm Furman, "alarjorie Ent and Gertrude FalUcJt. Michael Politick Michael Posnick to Be Bar Milzvali Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Posnick, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Beth Jacob Congregation at 8. W a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate, with Cantor Aaron Weingar ten rendering the musical portions f AreSon will follow in the social hall of the synagogue Michael is a student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends Beth Jacob Religious School



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PAGE 6. A Ann Brick, James HonigbaumWed The Versailles Hotel was the ne of a wedding on June 6. Suny, 1 p.m. between Ann Esther Brick, daughter of Mr and Mrs. \ clue Bnckt 1036 Lenox ave and %  lies Honigbaum. son of Mr and •:rs. Morris Honigbaum. 816 Ve>l Mb st. Babbi Irving Lehrman offi i ted at the double ring ceremony. 3e~t man was Howard Grumer I .omsman was Irving Getzug. Irving Getzug was bridesma t: n for her sister. Bridesmaid was E : aine Aaronson. Uoth attendants wore pale blue crystalette dresses and earned shower bouquets of pink carnations and blue delphinium*. The bride selected a gown of white embroidered nylon tulle. wall*lenf||i. ,th fitt d Wjf£ longsYev** coming*toa.wnst point and boaflant skirt of embroidere* i.vlon over pleated tulle Her fingertip French illusion veil was attached to an heirloom cap of duchess lace. She carried orchids and stephanotis on a Bible given to her on her confirmation day at Temple Emanu F.l Mrs Brick chose a cocktail gown of grav lace over flesh-colored taffeta complemented by a corsage of While OrchidMrHonigbaum won cocktail gown of pale blue UtteUL with matching accessories and white orchids Both the bride and groom are graduates of Miami Beach High School The bride attended the L'niver-itv of Miami for three years and will complete her aenior year at the National College of Education. Chicago. Ill While at the University of Miami, she waa mem bet of Alpha F.psilon Phi sorority, Kappa Delta Pi. national education honorary societ> Mr Honigbaum rece i ved hiBA a! Harvard University In September, he will enter medical school al Northwestern University H. i., member of the Harvard Club Shirley,firuoks Given En^agemZ 3 By Lawrenee Brant; To \V e C *J At the home of Shirlev Bmok. u & u l Mrs. lack Kickltr Kichlcrs Honcvmoon In Colorado ne I "n June 13 in 5 3u p r •... I ,-mple Lehrman, r, officiated M daughter <>f Mr rs Martin Frank. 142 \W d pi The groom's parentare an i MrMornKichler, of Dtpa Fla Ma I of honor was Hiss F.tta bier, sister of the groom The --• %  Eleanor Baakin, Rene El jr.ii Evelyn Neibwg were de-maid-. The bride's brother. Sam Frank. ted ahibrother-in-law*! best n Newtywed MrKichler attended L'nlverait) of Florida and the Iversit) of Miami, where she belged to Delta Phi Kpsilon social onty. Miss Maria KrongoW Becomes Mrs. Gale in Candlelight Rites; Wears Nylon Tulle At an 8.30 p m candlelight ceremony on Saturday evening in the Hotel, lilsa Maria Beth ild, daughter of Mr. and MrSaul Knmgold 1611 Penn->hania ave. became the bride of Edward Mnrraj Gale, son of Mrs. Hannah Gale, 1577 Pennsylvania a\e and the late Jacob Gale Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of the North Shore Jewish center, officiated The bride was given in marriage by her father. Best man was Martin Eiblo. Maid of honor was Barbara Gale. Jack Kiongold and In* in Samuels acted aushers. The bride selected a gown of white nylon tulle over blush pink, with off-shoulder neckline outlined by imported Swiss applique flowITS. seed pearls and bridal sequins. The bouffant skirt edged with pleated nylon tulle waalso outlined by Swiss applique flowers. She carried baby white orchids on a Bible trimmed with lilly-of-the-valley The bride ia graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida Mr Gale graduated from a New York high school and attended the University of Miami. He is associated with Thomson & McKinnon. stock At the home of Shirley Brooks S her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lew 1 Brooks. Lawrence 1. Brant slipped an engagement ring on Shirley's finger. The cuuple are both students attending different universities., Relatives mMK few close friends gathered ar*t* bride-elect's residence, 11C flW 40th ave.. to -wish them well. They have set their wedding date as August 28. Shirley attended and graduated from Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of the chorus, vice president of the Good Samaritans, president of the Dade County Librarians Assistants Association, member of National Forensic League. National Thespians Society and was chosen as Stingaree Sweetie. She is attending the University of Miami under a scholarship and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, women's honorary freshman society, and Sigma Lambda Phi. women's service sorority. The bndeelect majors in education. Larry is the son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Brant. 2475 SW 21st st. He graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. While at pre med school here, he belonged to Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary society. Beta Beta Beta, biology society. Alpha Epsilon Delta, premed society, and was named by the latter as the outstanding premed student of the year. He is now a dental student at the University of Maryland Dental School and is a member of the Alpha Omega professional dental fraternity He is on the executive board of this fraternity and belongs to the Gorgaa Odontologfeal Honor Society. He is Knight of Pythias. Roosevelt Lodge No. 177 and a Dokie. i I nard ( l lese and isil pa She formerly wai L the New York H eraM Dr Reiser is the soa> MrHarr) Reiser. Ufri a\Miami Beach. Ht received hb I the University of! MD from the I'niver. Dr Rei-er ii now a i chiatrs at Kings Cuuayl New York Dr. Reiser. Phi Beta Kappa Graduate Wed in New York Dr. Albert I. Reiser and Miss Inez Schapiro were married in Le Chateau of the Savoy Plaza on Sunday. After a honeymoon in Bermuda, the couple will live In New York The former Miss Schapiro is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacques J Schapiro. New York. She was graduated magna cum laude from Bar I %  i.f *v; Mrs. /Aart I. Hbar' Arttmoir Mrs. Ummti BsWH Clt The groom, now in the U.S. brokers ••. my, attended the University of A reception for family and I >rida His fraternity was Tau friends followed at the Empress Ion Phi. Hotel After an extended honey A reception and dinner i.illowedmoon in New York and Sun Valley. I ciemony at the Monte Crlothe couple will live in Miami r. tel. Tne couple IK tunes moonBeach. A i •:• (. dorado. Both mothers selected blush pink Deutschmans Reveal Paula's Engagement Mr and Mrs Richard Deutschrr.an. of 1481 Bay rd.. Miami Beach. :.r.nounced the engagement of their .. ughter. Paula, to Lawrence Plotkin. The bride-elect is a graduate of i Rockaway High School and at • aded Queens College for one year 1 1 fore moving to Miami Beach She it a member of the Miami Unit of J. nior Hadassah. Mr. Plotkin is the son of Mr. -1 MrSol Plotkin. 1120 Pennvanla ave. He attended De Witt 1 inton High School. Bronx, New '. irk, and was a graduate of the College of New York, where was a member of Phi Alpha fra• rnstv. i'lotkin served with the United ites Army Air Corps and is now K-iated with the accounting m of Spear & Sheldon. Miami I • ach He is also a member of the ami Beach Junior Chamber of C mmerce. An August 22 wedding is planned, and the couple will make their h me in Miami Beach waltz length gowns complemented i by orchid corsages The maid of honor selected a pink nylon tulle gown with fitted bodice, off-shoulder effect and handkerchief skirt of shaded pink. She carried a colonial bouquet. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs Herman Lisowitz. Johnston. Pa : Mr and Mrs Chas. Lisowitz and daughter. Rochelle. Johnston. Pa : Mrs. Lester Newman. Washington. Pa ; Mrs. Morris Samuels and son. Irwin. Uniontown, Pa.; Mr and Mrs J N Kronick. I'nionlown. Pa; Mrs. Rose Cohen, Waterbury. Conn ; Mrs Sam Friedkin. ( hicago, III ; Mr and Mrs Leon Gordon, New York City; Mrs. Herman Leff, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr. and MrLewta Joseph. New York City; Mr and Mrs. Mendel Gordon. New York City; and Mrs Milton Brody, Indianna. Pa. I; I, I i MNM < KOSHER CATERER^ Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties CAT ERI\0 A Complete Semct No Party Too SraJI No Party T > U* 775 Dade Boulevard Maw />'. Phone 5-9952 If No An-


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LM ->.-i*. ;<>.^*\it<-Ac.^lAf^ii^>\*i^,' m JNE 18. 1954 HT th of J ****** nor**** \o\ t's< >n Weds J! .Spondcr tiifui Mother of Pearl Ms worn by Mi** Slain* urn at her wedding on fci "Myron J. Sponder in Herd Restaurant. | e \ parents are Mr. and j kn Wolfson. 226 Antiquera I L Gables. Rabbi Irving I officiated. Mr. Sponder of Mr and Mrs. Terry 1005 9th St., Miami je wore a gown of chanJToVcr nylon tulle., with a ffkirt. Her head piece was trown tiara, and she carf white orchids over a minl ble fandra Wolfson, sister of was maid of honor. Her pastel, of ballerinand she carried a bouquet b.-es. tn Wolfson, the bride's was best man. Ushers kr.ley Epstein, Jack Polan, tpit. Sanford Rattner, Saul Sheldon Schlessinger, 1 Sponder. Raymond Spon| Harvey Wolfson. Mown guests included Mr. Nathan Srlverman, Miss girder. Mrs. Minnie Segal, huel Weinstein, Mrs. Min ban. MrBen Brenner and MrIsadore Levine. Bponder is attending the bty ol Miami Law School. juir return from a honeyi Boston and New York, the frill reside ;.i 1005 Qih st., leach. PAGE 7 A Rings, Brides, Nuptual Silver Weds fcal Student ring slipped onto Ith Silvers' left hand by Sendee was the same wedding at his father used for that i many years ago. wdding ceremony was per| at 5 p.m. Sunday by Rabbi jfescheloff in the garden of iritual leader's home. The i given in marriage by her and father, Mr. and Mrs. Iirry Silver. 130 SW 23rd Mil. |ire an ice oiue chantilly tulle ballerina-length b-ith portrait neckline filled illusion Her elbow-length [tended from a matching Bhi carried white orchids on i Oberstein of Detroit served I tf honor She chose a sumrock of pastel and carried |ir.t: summer flowers in casouquet. Mrs. Leonard Merlin, Kdegroom's sister of Warner p. Ga., was matron of honor. ring as best man was Mr. Merfreception followed at Rabbi jif if s home. The couple will at the same address as the fs family when they return 'their honeymoon until they Ne Orleans. firmer Miss Silver gradu from Shenandoah Junior High Bami Senior High School. Mr. fve was graduated from the psity ol Miami in 1943. He as a lieutenant in the Navy |is now a medical student at P in New Orleans. ROOM and BOARD WANTED Private family for elder Ia a who is In good !&. S. W. Section. Writ. G Box 2973, Miami 18. '•' AH OCCMIMI 30 CMOt r HACK A WHITE on ayers Victor of i,.ii]ii'nii' Kluillu Mrs. ff.yron 1. Sponder Goldsteins to Liv e In New York City Miss Susan Sheila Wahach beZ2E& K M R0bert Gold ^inTn a candlelight ceremony at 6 p.m on June 13. R ab bi Morris Skop spiritual ,eader of Coral c2E Jewish (enter, officiated at the ntes held in the garden of the bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wallach, 3310 Durango, Coral Gables, Mr. (ioldstein is the son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, Brooklyn, N.Y, Maid of honor was Miss Dorothy f-ishman, gowned in mauve nyl net and bouffant skirt of of ruffles. The bridal gown was of chantilly lace over satin. The bouffant skirt included layers of nylon tulle ruffles at the edge. Attending the groom was Michael Goldstein, his brother, as best man Ushers included M. K. Wallach, brother of the bride, from San Antonio, Tex., and the groom's other brother. Pvt. Arthur Goldstein, Camp Gordon, Ga. Newlywed Mrs. (Ioldstein attended Washington University at St. Louis, where she belonged to Sigma Delta Tau sorority, and the University of Miami. The groom graduated from Penn State College and received his law degree at New York University. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Mrs. M. Bsberf Goldstein Rosenzweigs to Live In Pittsburgh Where Groom is Student The families of Sandra Y.'cinman and Herbert J. Rosenzweig witnessed the double ring ceremony which united the couple in marriage on Tuesday, June IS; at the Delmonico Hotel. A dinner followed the ceremony which was performed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El spiritual Jeader. Mrs. Irwin A. Schafer, of Pittsburgh, Pa., was her sister's only attendant. The groom's brother, Richard Rosenzweig, served as best man. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinman, of North Bay rd. and Pittsburgh. She attended the University of Miami and was graduated this month from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Education. The groom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Aired Rosenzweig. Pittsburgh, was graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and is presently a junior in the University's School of Medicine. The couple will reside in Pittsburgh. mentary education. She was a member of Future Teachers of America and now teaches the fourth grade in Coral Gables Elementary School. Mr. Roscoe also is a Miami High School graduate and attended the University of Miami, where he was advertising manager of the GlobeHe served with the Army Finance trotter Center in St. Louis. | H e is assistant production manA dinner and reception followed ager of Burdine's advertising dein the garden. Out-of-town guests partment and is a member of the included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown 51st Division National Guard band, and Mr and Mrs. B. Kliban. Wash lington, DC; Mr. and Mrs. Harry I Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kessler %  and Mrs. Sam Holland. St. I ouis, | Mo.; Dr. Ashley M. Krisman, Winnipeg, Canada; and Mr. Arthur Goldstein, Augusta, Ga. Following a Honeymoon trip to Nassau, the couple will live in New York. Mrs. Under Slelove Phyllis Auerback To Wed July 25 Miss Phyllis Thelma Auerback and Allen Gene Roscoe have set July 25 as their wedding date. Their engagement is announced bv her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Auerback, 111 SW 26th rd. Mr. Roscoe's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roscoe. 2221 NW 6th St. The bride-elect graduated from Miami High School and the University of Miami with a degree in eleMiss fhyllis Auerback Bulbin Flys to Scotland Henry Bulbin. of Miami, left Wednesday to visit his brother and sisters in his former home in Scotland. This is Bulbin's first trip there in 27 years. Bulbin left for Prestwick, Scotland, from New York City. He also intends visiting Edinborough and Glasgow. 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PAGE 8 A +Jmis*fk>j*mwi FRIDAY Loan Fund Set to be Reorganized Here An election and reorganization %  eating of the Baron de Hir-ch I an Fund wss scheduled for Tut-s-. June 15. at the home of Leo Kerman. it m announced by y Stone, president of the Fund. The possibility of a change in policy ol the Fund has been t rider consideration for the last J ,ir and a half The question bec the Fund has been fb what Ktent its services could be Bsed Mvporttei <>r filtering small I linen ventures," stone explained Ackerman. chairman of the loan << mmittee, reporti that in the past ade '"the increasing capit. : n needed bj small busin< iito go beyond the kind oi loan i> i conunnnitj service program can offer Recent experi support the i ti rvatii n th..t a ted | onl) with .1*1 businesses no longer bas t m our comma* nil \\ the same time t'lere did IK' I r:< ed "ti the part ol n lividuali and families for loans special and unusual needs, he led. A discussion of these problems part oi the program of this eting In addition, a full slate : Board memners and ol officers elected In addition to the rent Board of Directors, invita • n to ttv meeting were • %  • d I %  umber of other indi nab with I interest in t und %  %  %  %  • .-man will SUCCI %  -idenc> '.-.1 w-nHas • -idPI Harry %  • Maunce •ssman seeretarj nd Harr -asurer '4etr the Board of Dtrecarc Mom* Atperl R I • Leo f -enII M.:\ %  w Isaac Ln in. %  Palmer Albert Quadow, • Elsj 5ton< vrill hold its %  Jun< 29 at \ck Up tor eonsidera Kay Francis is Back In Starring Role at Biltmore Playhouse %  am Hirsch, who has rapidly Ded th-reputation as Greater ami's most successful producer egitimate shows will change the Bl de at the Biltmore Playhouse ••n he presents Miss Kay Francis in "Black Chiffon." opening Tues night. June 22. for a two-week I U ) After presenting four successful < -nedjes. Hirsch will provide local atre goers with a psychological iHer, with Miss Francis return to the Biltmore stage by popu demand •li-s Francis scored a hit in this a recently when she starred in leatre." Black Chiffon" is a drama based 'n psychiatric tensions And ac %  ding to the author. Lsttts Storm. the fact that the story was tak out of the fihM Of a psychiatrist —Who happento bo Miss storm I band. It's based on an actual i I MisStorm, "though the char %  rs have been fictionalized to I ke them fit into a dramatic patt. n •' liss Storm's husband is an emi rent psychiatrist in London, and • is the author of six plays that have made their mark on the Britand American stage. Black Chiffon" is the story of a v man whose husband has spent t of his life away from his family and who is arrested for shop lifting. The Playhouse'current hit, "Glad 7. lings," starring Charles Korvin and Lisa Ferraday, closes Sunday, i lowing a two-week run that broke all box office records for the present play series. 'it if **-* ipm m m &>. Confirmation class of Temple Beth Sholom was the largest in th Sunday evening, June 6. when 40 young men and women we Ross. Jon Prager. Paul Marchand. Sandy Jacobs. Henry Roth. J Goldin. Steven Margohs, Karen Krieger, Cynthia Sootin. Elai Frankel and Ronald Kalish. Second row (standing) are Joan Eg Kelemer. Rabbi Leon Kronish. educational director Sydney J. G Bottom row are Joan Benkowitz. Ellen Rothman, Lynne Rusnak. Binnie Green. Carol Lachman and Bonnie Kratf. Missing horn Faber. e history of the congregation. Services took place on! re confirmed. Top row axe Henry Goldman, Donald I on Serbin and Morton Yulish. Second from top | ne Zeller. Joyce Straus. Janice Markowitz Martin Seod gnatr. Sandra Sokolsky. Caryl Borne. Jill Fenias. Cantot reenberg, Rene Nussbaum, Marjorie Ashbach and Pal Helene Degutz. Goldie Fishman. Sue Friedman, Shefcl the picture are Howard Hollander. Richard Jacobs and! Naval Academy Student Called Risk Continued from Page 1 A II he knew about current de mmenUn • what he. read in the newspapers But he remembered Pollack as a boy of good charac kttfsk) is the propri ttoa will bt%  brandi j>hical • ntatmn of o ffteo r i Accord i .HI announcement here, nom inaflbns are still nprn on the Board in order to achieve that end Struck by Auto On Way to Meeting Harry Rabe, elected second wee president of the Baron de Hirscfa Loan 1-1111,1. was strut k bj %  i v while In was on his way to %  r Isational meeting <>i the group at the home o| Leo Acfci Tuesdaj even i Word from Jackson Memorial Hospital late Wednesday indicated that Rant was resting comfortabl) and not seriousl) injured." although sun suffering from the aftermath of shock etor of the Blue Hills Delicatessen 'I. -aid Pollack worked for him fort three years and was "a good boy] one of the best." Pollack thought so much of ftfanekofsky that he invited him to Annapolis to a'tend the graduation ceremonies kfanekofaky went to the academy to see Pollack, waited three hours, and left when the midshipmen I didn't appear loiter, tlanekofsk) naa told that Pollack wa~ detained for questioning by intelligence agi ntand that this was the I be didn t show up Naval \cademy officials referred newspapermen to Washington in Washington, a spokesman Tor the Navy said "security ma> or may d" in" the earn oi Pollack Th" Navy said it regretted thai it wanecessary to take drastic .' lion at the last minutt to withhold the commissions it was pointed out thai Investigation* ma] yet nine the clearance of those affected Meanwhile the) were ad D home and wait while their classmates report lor active dutj There has been no suggestion of PSafl jjJSjT 1 ^^H • tr !^S A s^ke^ Bl/ Memorial Day was observed at Temple Emanu-El whenL 1 Irving Lehrraan (right) dedicated the closing late Fridays*! ning service of the season to the Jewish War Veterans n America. Quartermaster Ralph Grossman and CoMJEdu Front Gordon, of Miami Beach Post No. 330, participated \ anti-Semitism in the Pollack affa.r two other midshipmen.taws •The Unted States Navy granted g£ !" **£-! security clearances for I'ollack and —ED.) Jf^y. Bsmnl. ML l it -^ if iT l U Milt t • *, %  MI ^TIIII nun M !!?• according to inlcj mangle tnp **. *^sn The S.S. Yarmouth Castle will ma k e a total of ten CnwiYA the British atmosphere of NamSu'tS^French fL "?!!* ^ Montego Bay in Jama.ca. I^rture, for tni, M 0< ^a?"return the following Wedneia7 morning, Ta^^lT^ age. The fare include all meals i... ,1 7^ he ^'P 8 ship. TheSS. Yarmouth C^^r m :: h t h :ts aS Ya h 0,e L Wh for Caribbean and Atlantic coastal service r,nlf. n Uth C including an air conditioned dininq salon cockJTi. 0 "^ *** 3 mot %  • Tiim ^P "•<* especially for CHUSIDU nassenawith the utmo,. on-board pleasur? R.ii^*" d ? n ? ion and ""-y <**** ac"^d ^ an ^ 1J Eastern Shipping Corp.. ?m 3 Miami R%Mrvat ions for the Yarmouth CastL craines may bn made by cos* uises originating in Miami this summer, ace es will be of two types — one a four-day age will leave on Thursdays. June 24. July & • is an extended nine-day trip in which passe Prince. Haiti and enjoy the ports of Kingston. Port n 3 _,jl day evenings — June 28. July 12. 26. and August ^"^f tart at $75 for the triangle cruise and $175 for the wJJ^ Ue in the various ports and a full entertainment "^""V ^ an accommodate over 500 passengers. It was •W a Z^ 19 knots. The ship is fitted especially for cruisin ce salon and many the Yarmouth Castle



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y HINE IB. **&* ^&&rm*n PAGE 9A — LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATtrtw -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lmmn. TH ,. JUDICI L CIRCUIT OF MKVPVT.' N CHANCERY, NO. 170085 HELENA l.isizzo, Plaintiff, PHILIP'LISDZZO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PHHJP l.isi -/. %  /.,, Residence and Aadreea Unknown PHILIP U8UZZO Rfl Taylor sir,. i Rochester, New York y.iii are herebj notified thai a itm or lomuialnl ror Divorce hai been rued ngalnal you, and you are requirV! to erve %  copy of your Answer 01 i %  adlna to the BUI <.< Complain) on the plaintiff* Attorney, HENRY M. i-i -'" W M Hatter s... Miami, Mi.ii.hi. .IIKI ru.ii rlainal Answer or Pleading i the office of the Clerh or the < Ircuij Coun on or before the iMh day ..f July, li>:,i. if you fall to oo no, jniiKiiHin by default will i>e taken agalnsl you for the relief de'" %  ,"" In the Itlll ..f Complaiiii. arV-f VN ORDERED at Miami. j-lj.'i.l.i. this 16th day HI June, A.I). %  :. 11. L-EATHERMAN, I'l.-ik, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, Bj w.M. w. STOCKING, KVM.W ,;, "" y ctork Attorney for Plaintiff ZS1I West Platter St., Miami, I'la. 1/18-23 — 7 -'%  .. LEGAL NOTICE jw Your America Week" committee has gu ided the celebration here to reaffirm the underlying of freedom and the democratic process. Shown are Municipal Couft Judge Lawfce Hoffman, general chairman (center seated), and (from left to right) Beach City CouncilHarold Spaet, in charge of programming; Mrs. Frank Steinberg, chairman of party funci for the 52 Association of Greater Miami; Mrs. Betty Lee Taylor Kolz, vice president of [Dade Business and Professional Women's Clubs; Seymour Samet, Miami attorney and .•tor of American Jewish Committee; Mrs. T heodore B. Chertok, of the national security littee of the Dade Business and Professio nal Women; and Miss Emily Herman, president 52 Association of Greater Miami. Satur day night, a pageant will be staged in Bayfront by the Guardians of Liberty under the ch airmanship of Seymour Szabo. Jewish War jns Posts will assist in evening services Friday at synagogues throughout the area. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlna t.. eiiRanf in business under the fictitious name of GRANADA BEAUTY SALON, at 836 South Miami Ave.. intends tn register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. VNNA MARIA BARCELO, Sole Owner 6/11-18-25 — 7/1 kern Globetrotters to ar in Miami | Miami sports fandom is talkout the huge outdoor baskethow under the stars at Miami urn Thursday night, June 24, the homecoming Harlem fctrotters will headline a huge Peheadrr program. Trotters will come In from [that same day, returning from Rended tour of South and CenImericas and several Carrib[ Islands. Their opponent here the Chicago Brown BomI Opening time is at 8:15 p.m. tfefufefy ION-FATTENING! .*>...>, DEUCfOUSf JVOCAL TRIMS Your WAISTI THRILLS Yeur TASTII 2 l.r 29< NO Derosa FREE'. 14-Mfl* Booklet "Feed facts for fun and Health" I Write Southern leverases, 3*01 N.W. SSth St., Miami. TiV JVO'CALlodoyM .'"Of CEME SODA • HACK CHI BC'lfd and D II Sowrht'n lever a BOARD and CARE ler elderly lady or couple in my home. Any diet. No other boarder. Private bath and entrance. 3 blocks to beach. T.V. Phone 86-8355. DAVID H. OSER, D.D.S. Announces the opening of his office for the practice of Children's Dentistry 605 HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING PHONE 3-5353 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26055 RE: ESTATE nK KIDNEY I"i:11PI: it. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby 1ven thai I have 'lied my final report ami p.-titioii fur Khi.il Discharge as administrator c.t.a. ..f the estate "( SIDNEY l-'Kll'l-Kit. deceased; and that on the -'"th day "f July, IRSI, will apply to the Honorable w i\ BLIANTON, County JUCIK.of Dade county, Florida, for approval of saul final report and for flnul discharge Estate nl. Thin administrator c.t.a. of the of KIDNEY PE1FFER, deceasNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170084 AI.VIX BBOEL, Plaintiff, VH. JEANNETTE BEQEL Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JEANNETTE BEOEL s:. Chadlkon street i 'i-lei'.n. New York JEANNETTE BEJQBb Address and residence unknown You are hereby notified that a Hill ..f Complaint for l>i\laint on the plaTntirrs Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN, ami file ill initial Answer or Pleadini in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Ike 18th day of July. ISM. If you fail to do o, Juda in b) default will he taki i BcalnHt you for the relief demanVil in the Hill of Coiii|ilaint. This notice shall he i.tililish.-d each week for four conaeoutlve weeks In THE JEWIKH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED t Miami, Florida, this liit.Ii day of June, A 1. 1954. E. B. I.KATIIKKMA.V. Clerk, Circuit court. Dade County. I loi-Ida By \VM. W. STOCK IN' (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric HENRY M. CAIN Attorne) for I'lalntiff K18 West KiHKler St., Miami, 111. ti 18-25 7 '2-9 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51639 Notice ix hereby riven that HARr;V MMONHOKK and SAM HIMONHOI i. holder a assignee of Evergla i^-t Drainage District Tax Sale Certificate Numliered .".15"., dated the 31st day of May. A.I). 1*49. has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Bald Certificate. embraces the following described pi ,erty, situated in Datle County, Klin to-wit: All Fractional Section 12. TOWI ship .'•'.< South, ICanjce 39 Eas containing 102.81 Acres more r lesa. located in Dade County, Slate of Florida. The assessment of said property until i the Certificate issued was In : e name of Irons I .and & Dev. Co.. F.' Als. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed ac-cording to law, tax d-e t will issue thereon on the '-'1st daj of July, A.D. 1864. „ lai.d this 16th day of June, A.D. 1 lih day Of June, 1954. ALBERT P'EIPPEK TURK NEWMAN 4L'n Lincoln Itoad, Miami lloach, Fla. Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a. by: Vivian l.. Scheaffer of Counsel .; 18-25 T L'-'.I 1954. f Circuit I 18-25 E. II. LEATHBRMANi Clerk of Circuit Court. Dad.County. Florida.. By N. C. STF.1UIKTT, Court Seal) Deputy Cle: — 7/2-9-16 *ZFT 12 'OGUST BROS Ry, li fhoBISf 1 ANNOUNCEMENT RE-OPENED AIR CONDITIONED ARNOLD'S BAKERY Superior Bakery Products Fresh Fruit Pies, Fruit Collee, Cakes, Tea Cokes, Party Novelties, Genuine Old Fashioned Rye, Corn Bread, Pumpernickle "Remember the address" 17S7CORAI WAY PH. 83 7839 SINGLE GENTLEMAN in business, wishes to rent his 2-bedroom Apt. at 448 Cadaaua Ave.. Coral Gables, to elderly or middle-aged couple, retaining use ot one bedroom for himself. New building, television. deepfreeze, complete x/ hoo k p A fi 4 facilities Call Mr. R. Yu.ko. 875664 evenings. VPopular Demand v an** TO •. OF nww% fWMOUR WINTER 0UE8TJ. WE WILL IE OPfR FOt THE lUMRlEI $fA80 PREMIERE SUMMER SEASON Pita's 0 --uo SMMJ un.n onni f ARANAS %  Horn '• '"l CHIIIIUUD mtDIIiO* • ""ISM 0D1MO0OH ^fy Write Deal. I (,, Brochure MOTEL • POOL • CABANAS ,„ the aceon at 67th Street Deal I., Miami Beach Dovid Rosner, Owner-Director, ..tend, on invitation to It). STERtWG, where .Irk! dietary low '• observedI and th. h, g h..t quality food ••"•• %  1. ... "Rn.r monr-r" coa.pU-.rv --'•'* d *** ond cntroPy heated .,. RM d<* •* doBC ? 9 ond enlertolnm.M... *a7 "'* bor "' poobid. ... cordroo-. TV th.ot.r tevng. %  • • Reen>be— If t SterRog you I"-'• *• [•"" %  AMERICAN PUN per person, •>• %  deaale ecatrpaaty Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (in English) For Home or Gift SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE Mimeographing. .Typing 2347 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-5532 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS I 414 S.W. Md AVE. Ph. 4-Sla0 Have your roof "P air d ^ n0 1 w : P yvU -nil save 0" a new roof later ••Satisfactory Worlc^by Experienced Men (pomp/e/e and ^bepenJat^ 3ffle SMee M IAMI TITLE & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE] Title Insurance Polincs ot Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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PAGE 10 A +Jmistincr *&&L .FRIDAY Federation Group To Meet Tuesday Newly elected executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold its first meeting on Tuesday evening. June 22. 8:15 p.m., at the Sheiboroe Hot. I it has been announced by Federa tion president Stanley C. Myers. Sixty-seven members of the Greater Miami community have been elected to serve on the policymaking committee for the coming year. Elected to serve arc Mrs Jack A. Ablin. Mrs Leo Ackerman. Sidney Ansin. Sam Blank. Shepard Broad. Leo Chaikin. Joseph Cherner. George Chertkof. Irving Cypen. Ben Danbaum, Joseph Duntov. Leo Eisenstein. Leon Ell. Sam Friedland. Charles Fruchtman. Mrs l..'Ui> Giasser Lou Goldman. Sam A. Goldstein. Dr. Morns Goodman. Emil J (Kiuld. Isadore Hecht. Jr.. Look Heiman. Sam Heiman. Howard Kane. Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Leon Kaplan. M. J Kopelowitz. Abe Kurman. Sam C. Levensnn. J Gerald Lewis. Joseph Mechlow, Max MCIM'I. Baron de Hirsch .Mover. Ben Meyers. Jack Muravchick. Stanley C Myers, Mrs. Stanles C Myers, Max Orovitz. David Phillips. • Mrs Harry Plstoff. Matilda Ratner, Sam Resnick. Leo Robinson. Joseph Rose, Dan B Ruskm. Herbert E. Scher. Arnold Seeder. Mrs. Henrv Seitlin. Mrs. Fannie Selig. John Serbin Jacob Sher. Fred K Shochet. Wm I) Singer. Milton Sirkin. MrMilton Sirkin, Judge Harold B Spaet. C"arl Susskind. Geoffe Talianoff, Hanild Thurman. Dr Joseph Wcidberg. Carl Weinkle. Mr* larl Wrinkle. Mrs Irwin Weinstein and Leonard Wien r.3E \ 4 V v : feW •V *\ ife. Shown at recent cornerstone ceremonies for the new Hillel He use on the University of Miami campus are (left MU Adelman. Mrs. Ida Opiner. Jerry Adelman. Joseph Provus. Mrs. Prorus, Louis heiman, Mrs. Sol Goldstm !" i3l and Sidney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel Council of South Florida. — w oqag ^oldshom. Carl 1 Engel Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the Lite Sidney E. Engel. formerly of 7720 Tatum Waterway. Miami Beach, will be held Sunday. June 20th at 11 am al Mt Nebo Cemetery wl,n Rabbi Morris Skop officiating Mr Fngel is nirvived by his wife Lillian; one son Lawrence; a daughter. Mrs. Edythe Effenson and a sister. Miss Lillian Engel Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are ssked to attend. Palay Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Dr. Lewis Palay. formerly of 4555 North Michigan ave.. Miami Beach, will take place on Sunday. June 20. at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery in New York City. Mrs. Palay. daughter Marcia. and daughter Mrs Richard Jay Koch are flying to New York to attend the ceremonies Dr. Palay passed away a year ago. July 16. Sam ml April Ztoroirrs #*<> Samuel April, of 451 SW 30th rd.. Miami, will receive the Bachelor of Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni versity at the 23rd annual commencement exercises on Thursday. June 24. in the university's Nathan Lamport Auditorium. Mr. April completed his studies in the university's College of Arts and Science. He is the son of Rabbi Simon April. M.J School Congregation i er. and Mrs. April. Dr. Samuel Belkis i at the exercise* Pop Broadcast Mrs Mane Volpe wilil "Pop Series Broadcasr, day. June 19. afe] 6:30 pm John Bitter 1 Bolet. conductor and solta first concert on JuatS| her guests. Men's Club Reelects Officers Unanimously Unanimous reelection of officers ; took place at a meeting of the j Men's Club of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation this week I President is Edward L Becker I Others include Sam Cohen, vice | president: Jack Stone, treasurer; | Paul Silverston. secretary; and 1 Herb Feldon. sergeant-at-arms Board of Governors are Mac Api >um. Ben Bass J 1K Rulanskv. DV Kleeber. Jack Cohen. H Drewich. Irving Willis. Bill Feldman. Bob Sweitzer. Lou Slotnick. i Charley Hablow and S D Winn. Paul Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the me m ory of the late Martin i Paul, formerly of 6614 N\V 2nd! Street was held Sunday. June 13th at 1 o'clock at Mt Nebo Cemetery) with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating Mr. Paul is survived by his parents. Mr and Mrs Sam Breslow and his sister. Miss Elizabeth Paul, both of Miami Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Rabbi Malavsky to Speak Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Israelite ( inter spiritual leader, will be guest speaker on the radio program Of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Sunday. 9:15 am over nation YVGBS. Lipson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory' of the late Isaac Lipson. formerly of 322 189th Street. Golden Beach, will be held Friday. June 18th at 11 am at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr Lipson is survived by his wife Rebecca; a son Alex: two daughters. Mrs Miriam Wise of Los Angeles and Mrs. Judith Wabroff of Ohio and four grandchildren Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The surprise class gift from the confirmation class of 1953-54 to Temple Emanu-El was a pair of silver candelabra which originally stood 100 years ago in the home of Sir Moses Montehcre, English patriot, advisor to Queen Victoria and the first Jew to be knighted in England. Rabbi Irving Lehiman accepts the gift in behalf of the congregation. Left to right are Anne Fishbein. class president, and Dawn Grossman, honor student and valedictorian. STRICTLY MEAT MARKET FEATURING PRIME I CHOICI MIA TS I FRESH KILLED LOCAL KHRTIT 19th STREET ALTON RQ 19th ST. ENTRANCE—MIAMI IEACH COME SHOP WHERE VARIETY IS GEEAT QUALITY IS HIGHER and PRICES All I SHOULDER LAMB ROAST BONELESS STEW VEAL Calf TONGUE Ground BEEF Features Good All This Week > YOUR CHOICE > POUND LI. U.S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST CORNED BEEF -ONELESS ALSO COMPLtTl VA..ITY Of ffXUH KIUiD UKAt ^^ m CMA>0I ,< SUV* ^> SUNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RAI1I JOSEPH f. RACKOVSKY=^ MOM Tint m.m. ....... ~* u THURS • J -M u. 54 STORE HOURS: *ON.. TUtS.. 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18. 19M [ma Delta Tau |o Hold FourD ay Meet at Sea Isle .^*!Mfcr*#v; PAGE 11A a Tau, international] nrority. will bold iU i convention at the Sea i June 23-27, WlM* the ^ nnae League wfn play the organization's first eting. ton A Grant of Miami, [serving her second term president, will preside wing of more than 100 bid representatives from ly's active chapters and eagucs throughout the :es and Canada. Did Kaufman of Detroit, national convention and Mrs Philip Lefkoni Beach, is general conpairman for the Miami •ague. jnded at Cornell ta Tau was founded at Inivcrsity on March 25, has a total membernorc than 8.000 college md alumnae, pte chapters are now acnore than 25 chapters 111 the United States and liami Alumnae League, 1951. now numbers 50 members who repre|of the sorority's college Other alumnae leagues in Philadelphia. Monumore, Buffalo, Boston, ^M 1 Syracuse, N.Y., Pa Detroit, Chicago, ..:,u<.i.. Nebr., St. Louis, jpfon Rouge, La.. New Peqglahd, O., Columbus, lyne, Ind., Minneapolis, Ebsj lilgeles, Oklahoma ni. Texas. ilmi League il fjUitv-rx will arrive at carh*aiurda>. June 19, for day (fMrd Council meet!>r*j|ilcs the general Ion an el Kxccutive Council [held in* sessions by Mrs. esident. Mrs. Bernard 600 Attend Academy Exercises at.tnde a d d ihe C th 1 rH ZZ %E 60 to your re tuitions, your un"uiu me tnird graduation ex iw.ii„.,~Ki i„ ._....,__' f* SwJi J. hp Hcbrew Academ ^Wednesday evening at the Empress Hotel. Guest speaker for the evening Was Dr ..lay K. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami. P*o discussed "What Do We Expect hum Our Children" In outlining a three point program to graduates and parents Dr Pearson said, "First, we want'our children to believe in Cod and have i in Him. Then, we want them believably wise teaching and your deep and powerful religious sense, you have yet made yourselves a potent and vital part of America and have contributed enormously to the development of our country and what we call the American way of life," Dr. Pearson explained. Special awards were given to the following graduates: Warren Teitelman. scholarship; Ephraim Z. Eisenberg, Hebrew studies; Barry to have tolerance lor tlicVTienow! 52 "^ C i,i en hi P ; Ra P hael men, and finally, we want them to : -' government; have confidence in themselves and i n ? Aaron FensterheIm ^rvice. 'in the future of their lives, their' ome Temcnin son of Mr. and country and the world itself.' The U of M president said that "the man or woman with no religious sense, no recognition of God's part in creating us and everything around us. is a soul lost in space like some endlessly drifting ; fragment of an exploded planet." He congratulated graduates for | their cantata in honor of the 300th | anniversary of Jewish settlement in America. "While holding fast Mrs. Max W. Temchin, 4850 Biltmore dr., Coral Gables, received the Essay and Journalism Award annually snonsored by The Jewish Floridian. Annual Americanism awards, presented by the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, were made by Maurice Klein to Adinah Stadlan and Jack: Shapiro. Chairman of the evening was Ephraim Eisenberg. Others graduating were Melv-n Benenfeld, Robert Isser, Norman Joel Lachman, William Mamches, Marshall Jacob Saperstein, Joel Albert) Wadler and Harry "Michael Wolper. vm >n %  >d Greetings were extended; by B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, Mrs. Sidney Rubioowitz. president of Hebrew Academy Women, Mrs. Charles Gertler, president of PTA, David Provus and Kolman Luria. Diplomas were distributed by Daniel Broad, financial secretary, and Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasurer. Final charge to graduates was made by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Mrs. Morten A. Grant Mrs. G. Peter Wells are favors chairmen. Mrs. .Irven Levenson is in charge of sightseeing. Mrs. Meitus is chairman of the Splash Party. Mrs. Rubin is in charge of reservations for luncheons and dinners. Mrs How ard Green and Mrs Murray Dubbin are telephone and notice chHirmen. Mrs. Spier will assist Mrs. Kaufman with registration. Mr-. Julius New Sisterhood Installs Officers Newly organized Sisterhood of Beth Emeth Congregation held itcharter installation on Saturday evening, June 12, 8 p.m.. at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School. Mrs. Bernhart Chessman, president of Zamora Jewish Cente r Harris is finance chairman. Mr Goldman is in charge of pubiiciu. Mrs. David R. Hofhrxrg-aad Mr* Donald Miehnttft are decoration* chairmen and MrsLe-lierjjjjkstel, is song chairman. Sisterhood, i n .-tailed ihe charter officers. Rabbi II e n r y Okolica, spiritual M leader of North Dade Jewish CenMrs. Primanion L* *' % %  Bernard Specter was recently installed as M of the Miami Alumnae Sigma Delta Tau for the consecutive year. She sucNIl > J. L. Jackson,, who [ as ,h( League's first presi'951 52 and again in 1952officers are Mrs. Harold "ce president; Mrs. Marvin .recording secretary; Mrs.', editor. Gaggstatter, corresponding F> ; Mrs Paul Goldman, er aml Publicity director; 1 Philip Spier, parliamen|Crtvntion Chairman L?u .?" tonv ention commitC u ^'kowitz are Mrs. p •hrwjHhjittv chairman .with %  aaaj Feninger, and Mrs. A. Among other Sigma Delta Tau alumnae lining iri.GreatcnjiMianu are the MeManes Seymour Alter-: man. William Krennef, Alvin Cawn, Stanley Preenrrnm. ^-d Gntrtofe* Howard Hewett. Lester Kahn. Robert Kanter, Ronald Kent, Wilfred Lansman, Robert Mcrritt. Harold Meyers. Leo-Mindlin, William Miranda, Jack Nathan The Mesriame9> Maurice Oroviti, Laurence Perlmutter. Arthur Rabe, Marcia Romanoff, Sidney Rosen., berg, Hugo Spitz, Charles Stein", Bernard Stevens. Preston Thai, Ronald Thaw. Leonard Treister, J. H. Ullman. Sue Waltach, Jerome Weinkle. A. Weinatein.'Jack Wolfe. Maurice Yalman and Lawrence 1 Zuckerman. • Memorial In May. the Miami Alumnae League established a memorial fund honoring the late Mrs. Ben Novack, who as a league member, was the fir--t editor of "Chatter from Haven." news bulletin of the Haven School for Mentally Handicapped Children, .. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, vice pre-i dent of the Haven School Board, accepted the league's check for $1,000 as the initial contribution towards the memorial fund which will be used to furnish the Anna Rubin Novack Room at the school in Kendall. The league became interested in the school through Mrs. Levin, who was instrumental in the groups "adoption" of Haven School as its philanthropic project. The sorority wwnen assisted in the formation of a parent's group at Haven and started "Chatter from Haven' to keep mothers and fathers informed on school progress. The paper is now edited by Mrs. Leo Mindlin. Mrs. Ronald Thaw is a former cuter, delivered the invocation and benediction. Newly elected officers are the Mesdames Go'die Primanzan, president; Ruth Clatter, first vice president; Fleurette Cooper, second vice president; Roslyn Boniske, third vice president; Roslyn Kramer, recording secretary; Frances Goldstein, corresponding secretary; Lois Harris, financial secretary: and Alvin Cawn, parliamentarian. Board members include the Mesdames Blossom Tartakow, Lynn Woods, Faye Klamkin and Sally Weinberg. Mrs. Rita Bukstel was guest vocalist. During the national convention. delegates will be guests at the school on a special sightseeing tour. National Philanthropy National philanthropies of Sigma Delta Tau include contributions I %$ %  *.< Tropical Chapter Affair Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women %  holding its annual barbecue at the home of Mrs, Louis Lew. 920 South Stillwater dr.. on j M. B., Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Program includea planned program of square dancing and games. Ta*i will be hostess at a Panhellenic Tea at The Sea Isle on Tuesday, June Tl. honoring representatives of all sororities in the National Panhellenic Conference and memberof the Miami Alumnae League. The general convention will open with registration Wednesday afternoon. June 23. The Miami Alumnae League will hostess the "Welcome Brunch" on Thursday. June 24,' with Mrs. Mathes as general chairman of this event. Highlights of the program for Friday. June 25. include a sightseeing tour of the University of Miami and Haven School in the afternoon, an Honors Dinner in the evening in recognition of delegates who are members of Phi Beta Kappa. Mortar Board and like I honorarieThe biennial chapter song contest will be directed by Mrs. Buk -,el. and MrMaitUS is chairman ol he splash party and wemer n.ain The Sea Isle Palm Gardens later lhat evening. The Forma Awards Banquet. climax of the convention, will be June 26. officers a installed, indiv the Multiple Sclerosis *' ndatl n | ; I F^Ttornrdiy June 26. when new Sigma Delta Tau Blood Research held Sat urd-> •" ^toa] •-unger.and Mr, A. Foundation at the .Un.vera t> of „,f,cers are ^ m^ %  Sthea, chairman of the Minnesota Hospital! n Mm neapoR* chapter he recipie nt of •"Welcome Brunch" ThursBrendeis University and others. £">' De )ta Tau AchieyeH 24. wi, h Mre Emanuel Each alumnae league contributes ^ 9M J volunteer Service Un ^n* Beinhorn and Each alumnae league contributes to the' national philanthropic program as well as its local projects. Grand Council of Sigma Delta on tion. Ephraim Eisenberg, chairman, greets Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami. Dr. Pearson made the principal address at the exercises. Jerome Temchin receives the Journalism Award, sponsored by The Jewish Floridian, from Alfred Cosman, English literature a, and journalism teacher at the Academy. B I Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, presents the Citizenship Award to Barry Honig, president of the Student Body, during graduation exercises last week in the Empress Hotel.



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PAGE 12 A ___ Beth El Schedules Annual Installation Sunday; Berkowitz Again President Congregation Beth El will hold I strides th congregation ha* made during his tenure of office. The synagogue ha* grown in membership.'" Zisman explained, "as well as enlarged its activities, including the Beth El Academy which is by now acorded the recognition due that institution of learning Theodore,.! SakowiU w\U be.installed first vice president. A well known local atto r ncy. he has oeen active in Youth Programs here. Ah- to be installed are Harry Goldberg, second vice president; Jacob Werblin. treasurer: Jack Roxenberg. recording secretary; and Leo Ostcr. financial secretary. 9-Jeist>fkrldkM Presidents' Council To Install Officers; Norton! its annual installation of officers on Sunday evening. 6 p.m.. at 500 SW 17th ave. The affair will combine the celebration of Fathers' Presidents' Council of Miami Beach will install its newly elected officers on June 25 at the Delano Hotel, according to Jack Abbott, i chairman ol ine Annual Installation Dinner Committee .lame* H Norton will succeed John T Mahoney as president. Ray Sterling will take presidency, from Norton. fhilip Berktwili Day and the installation banquet Philip Berkowitz will be installed for his second term as president of the congregation Program chairmen include Mr and Mrs A Zisman. Mrs Eugene Schwartz, president of the Sister hood, an I Mrs M Rappaport. vice president According to Ztanan, Berkowitz will be honored for the dkUiii Why Wait 6 Months? Your Savings Earn Interest QUARTERLY at the annual rate of t\% on deposits to J 15, at the MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH Our Saving* Depositor* w recnlvt a July 1 Interest payment. Start Saving Here Today! Board of Directors include Hy nidn Bodncr. Benjamin Buskin. Hyman Chabner. Morris F.ckhaus. Samuel Miller. Meyer Redlich. Abraham Rosenberg. Eugene Sch wartz. Isidore Schwartz. Simon Sei will I be installing officer and deliver the j principal address on the theme | "When Two Generations Blend Their Efforts Cantor L. Gartenhouse. of New York City, will present a program of musical arrangements Alno to appear will be numerous local dig nitanes in religious and civic cir| cles. Reservations may be made at • the congregation office, said Zis man. *FPCANT!LE NATIONAL BAN. -' M<|M> HI AC.. MCOLM nOAO ,. WASHIHCrOki AVINU SMtrm BROAD, rrttlitmt ****** Daaaslf lasaraece Care. laawM lack Accaaaf H SlO.tOO Eisenhower Hays Mass Arrest of Rumanian Jews Continued fratn Pg* 1 A criminal treatment of the minoritv people." Condtmm Arrtstf The American Federation of La| bor issued a statement in Washington this week condemning the mass I arrests of Jewish leaders in RuI mania and calling upon the entire civilized world to protest against 'these outrages." "We know from bitter ex pen ence that such outrages are to be l expected from any totalitarian re gime." the statement said "A fewyears ago. the leaders of the Krem lin launched a so-called "cultural" i pogrom Thousands of J. ws j n Ruv Isia were ousted from their jobs ostracized, jailed and exiled for the alleged crime of "Zionism." The same pattern was followed in other curtain countries, including R u I mania. "The civilized world must unite ; in condemning these outrages The wholesale imprisonment of the leaders of the Rumanian Jewish I community on trumped up charges 1 proves the bankruptcy of Commu "ist justice This terrorism must be exposed to pitiless publicity The entire world must know that Com munist Rumania rules by oppression Universal condemnation of I such racial crimes is the only means we have to force the Communist rulers of Rumania to release the innocent victims of this official I pogrom." A touch of beauty will be added to the function with Mits Angler VI." t)uen ot the Miami Beach Fishing Toumamen' present. Beau ty contest winners will parade their singing and danein* talents for the enjoyment of the audience. Miss afnthilde Krause is in charge of ar r the' w^j^gements. wiile^^n* ftnMdenU' f^m^i Jka* John Proctor will follow Jack Boat Opnii .••* As., jgeeartian i i a#o Jo mclu as secretary treasurer Mayor Harold Shapiro will act as installing officer, while princi pay speaker for the ninth annual banquet of the Presidents' Council ude the presidents of 27 civic and business associa Unas of Miami Beach. Its primary purpose is to focus attention on matter* of civic and public inter l expected to be Dante Fascell.if*"* dtseuKSiMH and finding are newly elected Congressman to the "*ed up by thindividual ac t'nited States House of RepresentatMO th component members. tives Other important city, county Abbott and Sterling will act as and state officials are slated to attoastmaater with the dinner schedtend along with some 250 persons, uied for 7 p.m. in the-Delano's Blue IS., R "" m Ticket, J b > ,h Miam, JJ ommercf, n*. [** %  Council ass ** *1 | Pi< ">rerWom ol( h 0,d rtpin rfcl I mg. June 21, 8 PJl I J sr *l Congregioii \** b >. ^ local p,^! Mesdames Rosei A. Atlas and B FEATURE m GOOD THRU j SAT. JUNE m OPEN LATE TILL 9 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES LARGE TIDE 1) GOLDEN GRAIN FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER FOOD FAIR INSTANT COFFEE LB. ROLL 2-OZ. JAR IQUAL TO I-LI. RIO. COfFII 49' 4 1 U. S. 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VHI % % %  %  %  %  JewHsh -IEItapiJiQUD II, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1954 SEC. B r N Agenoy Publishes Book on Jewish Beliefs fED NATIONS (AJP) — The ucational, Scientific and CulDrganization (UNESCO) has bed a 64-page booklet on Thought as a Factor in htion." The work, one of a fon The Race Question in .. Science," was written spef or this vital UN agency by Roth, a Fellow of the British ny and a lecturer at the HeUniversity. most important aspect of fcrk i< not the brilliant expofin Leon Roth, but the state\( UNESCO itself in the prestatement which now bcthe ntficial UN position on Irish question. The following Be cil ihe highlights expressJit position: [. it was felt that the theory i>h Racism' should not be ktted in the setting of antigc dialectics. Professor Leon Roth's booklet, therefore, does not deal with race. In asking the au thor to give a short description of Judaism's specific contribution to world civilization, we had a double aim in view: firstly, to refute the accusation of 'racism' so often lev elled against the Jews, by under lining what, in Judaism, is the very negation of racial exclu.siveness; and secondly, to record the extent of the debt humanity owes to Ju da ism. "It is not the least of the injus tices committed by the West towards the Jews that it has forgotten their contribution to that intellectual and moral heritage of mankind which we regard as the very essence of our civilization. We cannot of course expect from peoples the feelings of gratitude that are. under certain circumstance-. due from individuals; but the Idea of 'debt' has. all the same, played [ary Aronson Leaves Social Service Bureau Mar) Aronson, case superlof the Jewrsh Social Service %  11. was honored at a luncheon I her by the Board of Directors agency at the Biscayne Terlotel last week. Aronson. who has held the Dn as director of the profesprogram of the Bureau for list three years, is shortly exlit to leave the agency and Aronson has had long ex.. jice in social casework prac ing previously held I" [of Jewish Family Service in (York City and as case conjit and a—istant director of the lous functionary department le New York Association for | Americans. -4. came to the Miami agency to assist in its reorganization, to give special attention to the pro gram for New Americans and to help develop the family counseling service. She planned to continue to work in the family service field, preferably in direct admin istration of a small general family agency. At the luncheon. Miss Aronson was commended by the master of Ceremonies, Harold Tannen. by the president of the agency. Mrs. Leo aving previously held posiAckerman, and others for her lead associate district superjership and the agency's progress %  and especially for her direct activities with the Board of Directors. She has given special attention to the Case Committee of the Board. In the discussions of this committee, the professional work of the agency is interpreted, and an opportunity is created for the sharing of Board and professional viewpoints. Miss Afonson commended the Board of Directors for its own erowth and flexibility. She said that in her three years with the agency she has seen continued progress in the Miami scene and in the Bureau itself. She said that. speaking as a professional practitioner, she believed the agency was |s part in history. Yet the same < hnstian West has all too often displayed indifference ana cruelty when the Jews were going through times of grievous trial. Even today, those whose indifference or silence enabled massacres of the ,Jews to take place set their con! science at rest by accusing them of having been the instrument of their own misfortune, through their own | exclu-ivene-s and their own 'raj cism.' "Conscious or unconscious racists — and there are millions in the latter category — often speak of the destructive spirit of the Jews, U if every Jew carried withi in himself germs that threatened 1 ih stability of our society. The discriminatory measures adopted bj Nazi Germany and its satellite governments were justified, in the view of chauvinists, by what they claimed to be the impossibility of assimilating the Jews who in their opinion constituted, within each nation, a foreign body that was a perpetual menace. The anti-Semites consider that the Jew is disposed to destroy the fundamental values 1)1 our civilization because of his >mlo i<;il background. This prejudice has by no means disappeared with Nazism. Its currency todaj has inspired the inclusion of the present booklet in this series." The UNESCO booklet, which was Dublished at the Paris headquarters of the agency, is scheduled for American release during the latter part of June |sic, Arts League icludes Season Miami Beach Music and Arts pe closing event for the sealook place on Sunday evening ne Surf Room of the Roney Hotel, with Mayor Harold. pro, vice president of the pe, presiding. fogram chairman Ruth Brotman rated Victor Stern, faculty *ber of the University of Mi^School of Music, in a group of solos, with Edith Lieberman, prd graduate and concert pianUccompanying Stern in works Teethoven. Bach and Chopin. Miss Jewish Floridian takes a turn before the judges in the Miss Sunshine beauty contest now being held here. The attractive young lady is Lenore Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, 830 80th st., Miami Beach. The Goldbergs are comparatively new residents, coming from Springfield, Mass.. where Lenore, who models, recently won top honors in the Miss Cutest contest. Reports Reveal Conflicting Conclusions Nazi Growth Subject of Study BONN (JTA)—The Wet German Governments Office for the Protection of the Constitution reported this week in this country the existence of 20 secret neo-Nazi organizations. Zachariah Schuster. European director of the American Jewish Committee, told a press conference here that there were at least a dozen anti-Jewish and anti-democratic groups of East European refugees operating in West Germany. Mr. Schuster said these organizations were spreading Nazi-like ideas among fellow emigres, among Germans and even to the United States and Britain. I sound footing in the extens.on The AJC he said, was studying oMts^muy counseling services to .he interna.ional ram, .cation^ of the community and she believed these groups in Europe, the unn SatTmp^rtantnew directions foned States and South Anc. H service in the fields of vocational called it "inconceivable that such help and child care, properly acted on. were being organizations should be allowed to use West Germany as a platform %  „_., 0 { the Hebrew Academy 5? t Pinamd n **"• CharleS Gertl6r n6W !, y 1t "whose home the election was held. ftta 2tt^JSE?<££2 r' isr ttz£r£ rt dl k h b fe^^ —* ^ MIS *t5 Summed ~ ^ oshana Specter, chaplain. for the dissemination of Jew-baiting and anti-democratic propaganda. Organized anti-Semitism in Germany does not constitute a serious threat at this time, Dr. S. Andhil Fineberg, head of the community service department of the American Jewish Committee, declared in Frankfurt this week at the conclusion of a three-month survey. But, he emphasized, racial and prejudice still festers under the surface and mav erupt into the open if the economic prosperity which now exists in Germany were to ease off. Dr. Fineberg, who came to Germany under the auspices of the State Department's International Exchange Service, has written a report on his findings for the American High Commissioner in Germany. Dr. Fineberg, who was asked to come here to study and promote methods for improving human relations and combatting anti-Semitism, explained American technique in these fields to German clergymen, educators and newspapermen. A demand that strong legal measures be taken by the West German Government to prevent the revival of anti-Semitism and anti-democratic forces in Germany was voiced in Munich this week at a meeting of the Bavarian Council for Freedom and Justice. The organization also protested plans to end denazification procedures in Bavaria. Charging that the situation of Austria Resumes Talks on Restitution VIENNA (JTA)—The question of overhauling Austrian individual restitution legislation to remove discriminatory provisions injurious to victims of the Nazis was the first point discussed here when the Austro Jewish talks on the Jewish demands for restitution got under the victims of Nazism regarding indemnification for damages suffered under the Hitler regime had deteriorated considerably in recent months, the meeting called for the appointment of a special member of the West German Cabinet to be responsible for indemnification of Nazi victims. It was pointed out that since nothine has been done to implement the Federal Indemnification Law all legal claims have been set aside until Federal action begins. There are still 175,000 claims waiting to be processed in the Bavarian Indemnification Office, alone, it was noted, and there is still no sign when they will be settled. Temple Emanu-El Marks Fathers' Day Fathers' Day will be celebrated at Temple Emanu-El with a special brunch on Sunday, June 13, 10:30 a.m. The brunch will be sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association, according to Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president. Chairman Mrs. Herbert Young and program chairman Mrs. Theodore Hankoff announced that the program will include a "barbershop quartette" featuring the Mesdames Greene, Young,, Arthur Ross and Raphael Yunes. and a dance to be presented by the Mesdames Jacob Glassman, Abe Kaufman, Simon Rubin and Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Theodore Arvan will be accompanist. Precedine the brunch, parents and their children will congregate in the chapel for special prayer led by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader. Mrs. Harry Brick is chairman of hostesses, and decorations are being planned by Mrs. Leon MannI heimer.



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PAGE 2B +JmiMin£&2!L Bond Sales Soar, Sher Says A record number of guests will fill Miami Beach Auditorium Monday, June 28, to hear a special concert by Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan Peerce under auspices of Israel Bonds, chairman Jacob Sher reported this week. Each investor in a Development Issue Bond is receiving two free tickets to the concert. The Auditorium has been divided into three! sections to accommodate investors of $1,000 and more; $500 $950; | and $100 $450. Tickets can also be acquired by the sale of $500 and more in Development Issue Bonds. Tickets are going fast." Sher reputed at a meeting of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith held in the RitzPlaza Hotel. "So I would urge all of you to contact us at your earliest possible convenience in order that your reserved tickets can be set aside. The Jan Peerce Committee Headquarters is situated in Room 816 of the Congress Building, tel. 82^656." Sher was guest speaker at the regular luacbeoa meeting ol the Miami Beach Lodge. He was introduced by Meyer Teigman and. as well as giving a progress report on the June 28 concert, discussed the new Development Issue. •This is the first opportunity the community has had to purchase the new Issue on a general level." Sher stated. "Our Founder's Dinner Ml the pace for the entire country, and I know that the general public will want to maintain this standard The target for the Greater Miami %  TM in 1954 i$750,000. or one per cent of the national overall quota of Mrs. Monte Selig, of Miami Beach (left). Women's Division chairman for the Miami Israel Bond Drive, presents Esther Herlitz (center). First Secretary of the Embassy of the State of Israel in Washington. D.C.. with special scrolls on which have been inscribed the names of women from Miami and Miami Beach who are among the 1.200 American women from coast to coast who have made individual purchases of SI.000 in Israel Development Bonds. Miss Herlitz will forward the scrolls to Levi Eshkol. Israel's Finance Minister, who will place them in the national archives of the young nation's capital. Witnessing the presentation at an extraordinary national sponsors' luncheon meeting at the Hotel Saeoy Plaza in New York City on June 10. was Mrs. Alexander Lowenthal (right), of Pittsburgh, national chairman of the Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization. gj NEW YORK TO ISRAEL \*S **. VIA PIRAEUS .S0 KSUIM Silvias IITWEIH wEoiniNf N pom MO tun ZIM SEPT.8 Other 1954 Sailing; Nov.15 CIl/ll your tiwrat g*t ZIM ISRAEL NAVIGATION COMPANY. LTD. • % %  i jiimsnuum miitiiisiti.i wmic ci..we. n mm si m IKSM >IM m WWttHUMttKUaiK! '* = p.rKup with hoc TETLH tttfOUK MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 $75,000,000. To date, more than $425,000 has been sold in the Miami area this year. Sher expressed his appreciation at being invited to address the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith and reminded ajpibcrs that the national orKanajitiop of B'nai B'nth had.accepted ihe resawnMbility for the sale of 8HO0.OO0 in Development Issue Bonds Members of the committee of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith set up to UfjaJ m the sale of Development j Issue Bonds include Teigman. Daniel Broad. Harold Spaet. William Bornstein. Samuel Stein, William Agronove. Gil Balkin. Gershon Miller. Michael Sossin. Irving Schatiman. Benjamin Rimer and Dave AI per. • 1 sincerely hope that all of you will do your utmost in helping in Ihe sale of Development Issue Bonds at this particular time." Sher declared. He gave the members details of the new bonds, pointed out the new mti rest rate of 4 percent and that holders of the new bonds can obtain up to 75 percent of the face value He added that Peerce plans to devote a complete section of his program to traditional Yiddish melodiei MM Art T\wm of Evtnt Male members and guests of Klagler-dranada Jewish Community Center are due for their share of fun and frolic when the Women's Group holds its second annual summer jamboree on Saturday eve ning. June 19. at the Center. Cochairmen are Mrs. Mickey Ant in and Mrs. Walter Kaye. Men will be featured as theme of the event. First Summer Dance At Driftwood Room B'nai B'rith North Shore Chapter and Lodge will hold their first summer dance at the Driftwood Room of the Nautilus Hotel on Sunday evening. June 20. A weekend for two at the Nautilus will be one of the many exciting prizes to be awarded during the evening. Dancing will be to Sid Stanley's orchestra, and the Driftwood room will present its complete floor show. Chairman is Mrs. David Hendel. with co-chairman. Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston. Chairman of the Men's Lodge is Tobias Simon. Mrs. George Baltuch and Milton Mannheimer are presidents of the chapter and lodge, respectively. Ten Caa Drtaa All pie load Tea Tea afaaaj W1THOIT Gaining A Stngta Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Var* Nvalw EroaeauVal Guaranteed Non Fattening fJM II •athata It far &f -Ox. Size Bottle..Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE Builders if l-Rirl.l Memorials fcr thi p-or> t> man Jewish Trade Look /or the 2-Story WUiU Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES OfMSaweayt rUm, U4tt Eisenbrg Heads 29'ers For Tenth Term Sig F.isenberg was re-elected Sunday to his 10th term as president of the 29ers. Masonic charity unit. The annual meeting and election of officers was held at the Red Fez Club. 1500 NW Norih Rivr dr. James Donn was re-elected honorary president of the group. Other officers named were William R. DeCostas. vice president; R W. Masur. secretary. Theodore Damiamos. treasurer; Dr Russell A. Williams, chaplain: Ed Luster, sergeant-at-arms; and 12 directors —Robert R. Spencer, chairman. Isidor Apolin. Walter Coles. Sam (rowell, Harry Campbell. Al Hirsch. Paul Faske. James Lovern. Walter Neirstheimer. Harry Niehaus. Louis Altmayer. Victor Levine and LeRoy Diamond. Yale Awardg „„ To Two Miami^" degree, from Y ^ £11 commencement w-1^1 Haven, Conn. "** %  1 Bennett Kivel. ,-^J *"-.Dav,d Ki| SIS !" n *4 Doctor"?' degree in Physic* Shelby Dana Bass, j t J he Senmr Baaes/ftM ter.. received B ach,^ 1 degree in Engine* !" 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*<%H3 HB ^ •JUNE18J954_ Take Oath as New Americans in Miami Hzation ceremonies held. sons receiving American citizenL last w^k in Federship this week, maty of whom havu Lire ru


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PAGE 4 B >bmi*rrkrk**r National J WV Official Here to Take Part in Department Meet Harry T Maidson. of Detroit, na t nal commander of the Jewish Kail Veterans of the I'nited States. arriOed hero Monday to participate in the eighth annual departme*t convention opening Saturday at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach Accompanied by his wife, the couple were welcomed at Miami International airport by Willard H Bender. 5861 S\V 13th ter.. West Miami, department commander. Madison recently returned from Korea, where he accompanied Gen. Dr. Rosenthal is Named President Of Dental Society Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. of Miami, has been named by the East Coast District Dental Society to succeed Dr. Jack II. Beckwith. also of Mianv. as president of the organiza;ion. Other officers elected as the group concluded its annual summer .lanirA Van Fleet on an iospec i tion tour of Allied military instal la"ions, and met with President man Rhee of S>>uth Korea. Since returning to the United I States, he haspearheaded the JWV drive for the American Knr ean Foundation. Delegates from all sections of Florida are expected to attend the state convention at Miami Beach Next Sunday evening, at the commander's banquet. Madison will be a guest of honor, along with Mayors Abe Aronovitz of Miami. Jack Crim. West Miami. Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach, and County Commission Chairman I. D Mac Vicar. He will give his principal address at that time For the first time, a woman has been selected to receive one of the annual certificates of merit which the department awards to Floridians for their contributions to community welfare. She is Mrs. Claire Weintraub of Miami. Other certificates will go to Daniel Mahoney. publisher of the Miami Daily News, one of the founders of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in the state, and to Rabbi Maurice Chapman. St. Petersburg, for his work at Bay Pines Veterans Faculty there. The humanitarian award this year will go to Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the West Miami Jewish I Center, who is depanment chap-' lain of the VFW. West Miami post j No 223 will be the convention host GLOBAL SHO Israel Walks Out of Armistice Commission in Syrian Dispute TKL AVIV (JTA) — Israel walk ed out of a meeting of the Israel SyrianMixed Armistice Coanwssio-i lest week after the Syrian delegation insisted upon di an incident which the Israelis held to be outside the jurisdiction of the commission. The Israelis made it clear that the walk out was only from the meeting, not from the MAC. and that they would leave future meetings also if matters outside the jurisdiction ot the mixed group were discussed. The incident involved the killing in an exchange of fire last April of two Syrians who crossed into Israel territory in the demilitarized zone from Syria to grve cover to a party of Arab peasants illegally harvesting fields in the demilitarized zone. Umrry 7, MfhM Or. Alkrrl I. ff.it.fbal neetinf in the Di Lido Hotel on I Saturday are Drs. William R. Ed j wards. Fort Lauderdale. presidentelect; F. Monroe Varber. Delray, Beach, first vice president: William W Mitchell. Miami Beach, second vice president, and Robert KaD Ian. Miami Beach, secretary treasurer The district embraces the area between Vero Beach and Key West The group also elected I)r Joseph Fuller. Miami, as delegate to the executive council of the Florida State Dental Society, with Dr. Williard Van Camp. Miami Beach. named alternate Dr. Victor E Lucia. New York City, a member of the Academy of Restorative Dentistry, earlier spoke on full denture construction Also speaking was Dr. Robert Thoburn. Daytona Beach, president of the state society. \fir Summer 4 amp Open Wonderland Summer Dav Camp is now open Offering a program of activities including swimming, all out-door sports and arts and crafts, as well as a rounded program of activities, the camp has all its activities at 1335 SW 67th ave. Occupying over an acre of fenced in land, the equipment includes | .swimming pool with the most modern type of construction The filter ing system changes the water in the poo] entirely within a six hour period. In addition, the pool has a fenced in wading pool. Included in the staff are two physical education instructors from the Dade County School Board. Also on the staff are Red Cross swimming instructors qualified to Certify any children who pass the Red Cross swimming tests The full day program runs from 830 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. and is under the direction of Frances Elman. who last year was associated with Happy Holiday Camp at Coral Gables. Show at Mirell Gallery Features Jack Amoroso Through June 21. Mirell Gallery will have a showing of the paintings and sculpture of Jack Amoroso. Mr. Amoroso is a native of Boston, who came to Miami in 1949. Since then, he has become well known in this vicinity for his street scenes and abstractions Although he has had many exhibits, one-man and group, this is his first one man show of abstract and semi-abstract paintings, and sculpture. Mr. Amoroso studied at the School of Practical Art. Boston, and Lacedra School of Fine Art. also in Boston Although he is only 24. he has received many awards for his paintings The exhibit at this gallery, which consists of 12 paintings and 5 pieces of sculpture, may be viewed Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.. and 1 to 4 p m Saturday hours are from 1 to 4 ; p.m. The gallery is at 18 Anthony Arcade. Coconut Grove. Plans to Vitalize Beach Hotel Group Now Under Way Plans for vitalization of the allied membership arm of the Miami Beach Hotel Association are already under way. according to Lee C. Ezell. temporary' chairman of the newly established allied membership subcommittee here. With some 150 local firms in the allied membership roster. Ezell stated that a better understanding of the nature of the work, products and services offered by the nonhotel members "would insure to a greater benefit to Miami's economy while promoting the aims of tourism — the fundamental purpose of the Miami Beach Hotel Association." He requested that all members invited by executive secretary Samuel A. Kivkind attend a conference held here "so that more definite plans can be consummated." Ezell intends to submit a proposal for a general exhibit, open to. all persons, which will serve to dramatize the services available by the allied members. Election of permanent officers of the allied membership group will A. J. Bourke, Leonard Tobin, Joseph Sihcrman and R. H. Cresse now serving with Ezell as a temporary board. Ellis Island May be Abr.ndoned as Port of Entry NEW YORK (JTA) — Ellis Island, gateway for millions of immigrants to the United States, may shortly be abandoned, it was indicated by the Immigration and Naturalization Service this week. The service is considering giving up the station on Ellis Island which has processed millions of immigrants since it became the most important immigrant entrance or departure station in 1892. In its hey-day, the Ellis Island station processed up to 5,000 immigrants daily. Now it rarely houses more than a few hundred persons at a time. Toronto Jewish^ Threatened by ty .TORONTO CJTAI %  Jwu* Welf, re fZ] !" f '-''n publicly | f sioo.ooo suit for *-* r •> a .rebuild a JewUh oZa Congress have said £ Morris Grossman ,J recently-fonned £ Children s Home.UjfsJ ened to sue unle„ Q •**'e


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JUNE1M951 T-^hlMfMmL boker Criticizes Partial UN Observers PAGE 5 B I JOSEPH SHALOM IN THE LOBBIES: Sevpbservers, whose job it is disputes between Israel ho>tile neighbors, have the Jordan babble hook, sinker, charges "Habokl daily says these one-sidbe junked and replaced partial observers before rejoin the Mixed Armpmmission. which it left [c failed to pin guilt on „ for the Scorpion Pass irhich claimed the lives of |s in the cowardly bus aming new has been added: jMagen David Adom (Jew%  Cross) to get a helicopter (first) from friends in Engtndy in emergencies Irm sinking ii $$ for the of motor scooters in IsMiicle.s for use here and ] The inevitable has come [the term. "McCarthyite," tared on the Israel scene kith an interesting twist, /daily. Kol Ha'am," hurlirm at leaders of the alsoEpam Party reportedly (get br having branded as a msf the left-of-left Dr. heh' • ED LUCK: Israelis chuckthi> true yarn — a resiput a pocketful of piIto a lottery to luckily win bund trip to France stretchtinning streak a trifle too teturned by boat this week Into the arms of observant |ice. The man's limping out when an inspection en case the returnee [along revealed slits which no less than 592 shiny Now the once-lucky smug [ lots of time on his hands I pokey! > • • NG THE ROUNDS: Tel Municipality has turned down on-a little-trumpeted ent proposal that the city sizable sections of the keep bathers out of poeas. A compromise set-up bbably permit "unofficial" ['(at the surfers' risk). The [started a few years back as ; of faulty sewage disposal. and other nearby areas olutely clear of contaminahey should be jammed by vians and tourists this sumBts born this week to a i mom of four. An Iranian I Dad's on the jobless lists £1 Aviv sinking a record into, building new city fand sidewalks. The sum's es that spent in '53 loiSephardi Congress: some [here still grumbling about hey term too much noise [charges of bias in Israel I Sephardim instead of conon the more important [ u ming over more eminent of Sephardi' communities tout the world. • • • JND THE SCENES: High %  t quarters here expressing %  ttffaction over the well-deI election of New York insist, Ernest Nathan, to the f !" D rectors of the Palestine ~*"c Corporation. Closely jW with PEC (the oldest and 1 US. investment organiza%  Israeli for many years, Nails highly respected among n all segments of the J> s economy. It was Mr. Na|*no with the energetic RobJ*. PEC president, and Mr. •Margolin, saved the day for P Ur pl single industrial F>* (Fertili Mrs & Chemicals V making available a $1,500. P from PEC to enable the ruon of six essential plants r Ministry working overtime .e serious shortage of in Upper Galilee. Unless %  oarers arc willing to take r/2il lmrr, ediately, a big %  W sunk into soil preser the area for planting will be endangered ... Six Tel Aviv cafes are feuding with th< author! ties over amidnignt shutdown One cafe in particular, a popular Bohemian hangout, is especially al odds over the new municipal by law. Its annoyed patrons cornered on the cafe one midnight recent ly, ordered meals and defiantly watched the clock hands merge at 12. Israeli police, tipped in ad vance, arrived minutes later, obligingly allowed the patrons to finish their soup, then convinced the owner to close shop. Public pressure though, may soon prompt a reversal of the midnight madness. Fact of the matter: if the ruling is strictly imposed, a modern metropolis with a population exceed mg 300.000 would be completely ,1, |illu 1 "' even a single public eating spot aiter midnight, it WOUld leave all-night workers particularly hard hit. Music lovers, localites ana tour >sts both, got good ne-vs this week. The ZOA House, largest cultural center in the young republic, will once again present open air eoncerts by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra this season. The orches, tra will perform in the huge out| door stadium recently named in j honor of Dr. Emanuel Neumann, prominent Zionist leader. It was still another project by the ZOA House to serve as a vital bridge between Israeli and American culture getting across high points of the American way of life New group formed to further strengthen friendship ties between Israel and Brazil. 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PAGE 6 B > U*Ut It*rHi, r • FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1954 Crum Assails Soviet Satellite Attack Againsl Jews NEW YORK — Bartley (rum. prominent Christian Zionist and New York attorney, declared this ben and uue-ts at the Astor Hotel ,he M.ddle Kast." (rum told an that the to t>m ot peech MWl audience of more than 1.000 mem M) and religious choice in hreal hould tak I ". exist nowhere else in the Middle ,, ., United Nations m New York City, that -without Kast It Knot an accident tfa week that the should take note ting persecution by the Soviet lites.'• which he charged were "a I needs for social juctice for its peo violation of the genocide conven-' pie—Arabs and Jews alike—devel• %  • II III Ii I .IT I. 'II > ii ***-. vi n • n • %  %  • — \ .( 1 >te of '•the unremi. sacrificing the ancient spiritual and life W** !" ? *,' |Tni in K in of Jewish leaden Boral valueof the Hebrew proph is about three tun along ip i Union and its UtJ el-. Mael has. ,n fulfilling the reel a. an>,lu,v el M ,n the N tion recently signed by the Soviet Union Addressing the traditional an nual dinner of the Mizrachi Organ ization of America, ("rum asserted that the "dreadful acts" aj rtnst Ihf Jews in the Soviet Empire con stituted undeniable proof that a real Jew could never become a Communist Asserting that "Israel is the kej to effective American policy in oped a twentieth<-entury civiliza tion The annual dinner, which this, peat narked the -with annivanarj of the < -I.iblishtnent id Ihe Amen can Mizrachi movement, now the East "Because it ibased on spiritual and moral values, and iwrving M~ I people h\ putting into effect the principles of social iuatlce Israel [umiahei a most telling. %  < most el fective answer to Communism which is ba • d on materialism. (MHO declared "Thus a real Jew become a i ommunisl too. we can understand largeat religious z.<>:i.st group in the world was held under atl-plccCl n! the Greater Men York Council "inua o| M nrachi, of which Rabbi Mitchel ( the unremitting persecution of Jen S Eskoiskj is chairman I |sh teaden by the Soviet Union and Christian Zionist leader said I its sateUtes. It s ee ms to me," t'run. Rabbi Cassel to Be Oxford School Spiritual Leader Board of Trustees of the new Torah Temple. 1204-8 West ave.. Miami Beach, have announced the appointment of Rabbi Louis An Cassel as spiritual leader Rabbi Cassel. who until now was Rabbi at Tifcreih Israel North.side Center, will begin hit work on behalf of Torah Temple its affiliated groups and educational depart ments this week. Rabbi Cassel is a gradual.of Yeshiva University and received his graduate training and degree at Columbia University He was ordained at the Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of New York in 1941 and also holds a graduate diploma from the Teachers' Institute in religious education and peda fOK> Prior to hi.s assumption of the pulpit at Tifervth Israel, he held positions as Rabbi and educational director in various cities, includ nag Knoxville. where in conjunc tion with his synagogue duties. he assumed the position of Hillel director and advisor to Jewish stu dents at the University of Tonnes see. He also held posts in Phila delphia and Syracuse. Now York. where he served the Jewish dent Fellowship of Syracuse I'm \ersit> in an advisor) <-;|>. I I-..r several months, Rabbi • ha been conduct ins a raou. i>r.. %  mm locally called "The Rabbi Corner The new leader of Torah Temple v a memlier of IUtlreat ut. .. \ iolation ol the convention recentlj sigm d bj the Soviet I nion iling rei enl acts ,.i the l nil ,i s ites D part nv nl i State i. i rum -aid thai ns did nol qu H • w ith t tJ %  foreign p i iders know "thai in Israel rung dem oci at u ocii tj v. hei eas in the bal an< ol ih. Middle East there is dalism, po' prtj. disea sfes ai d | masillitera said that I rani furnishes afhowcaae ol the values which we in the toes West believe can offset | and prevent the spread ol Commuism Our goal, therefore, hould be to in in.: about paaca between the State "i Israel and the Ar.di Stati "The ihipmenl of armt.. Iraq, II i planes t i Syria and other ^i plementa oi war can only servt to arouas bitb r hoetllits in i • lei and cm. 1 think, onlj result In intensifying the attempt ol th. trab lead rr-hip lin with th>' v on the theorj that otherwue %  ht m 'V %  into the >>"\ le( ot U Oxford School Has (roundbreakinjf Groundbreaking for Ihe new 0l ford School took place last week and construction crews are at work on converting the Adams csl Miami Beach landmark, at We-t ave. and Biscay ne Bay. into a mod era resident school for ht The mam building, formcrh the Adams mansion, will h< tins for the fall tefjeater, complete with sit eping rooms, d.mng halls and i lassrooSas. Oxford School lathe first project of the non-profit Torah Temple and will be operated on the teachmgof Rabbi Abraham Cassel. I %  A eas j After completion of the mam Schwartz hlecM school building, work will continue Corporation Director .Id Schwartz, of Miami, has Hartley Crym tea*, iaeis Cassef on the day .school kindergarten fa cilities and finally on the Temple building which will house Torah Temple itself. "When completed. Oxford School will have one of the most modern and complete educational plants ol any private day and residential school in Florida." school officialsaid this week. In addition to the neeeasar] buildings, special facilities for all Afademv Womon Kwim-Danee Annual swim dance and card party sponsored by Hebrew Acad5? *I".n w 11 ,ak L pl c ^ a,ur : k,nd \ of xp-o-tand handicraft work delphia < hapter of the American 1'iibluRelations Association i.. been elected one of the 13 directoroi Public Relations Management Corporation, which with its network of 28 firms throughout the United States Canada. Mexico, England and Australia! is the lar lest public rela.ti.ins organization in the world. %  John La< : Philadelphia, president ol the Poos Itichard Club and former president of the Phi Li Mlu.io Hubfalnloal A ^f^f^Saw.! found IA..U-... Mv.n.m ..I V--l.lVV' llv ..% y n — %  p lieiiaMr day eveninc. June 19. 8 p.m.. at the N act atone Hotel uardens and! pool. Ml ical nrogram and entertain nasal tor the evening is being ar langed by Alex Miller, loaslma-t. r The Mcsdames Joseph Sbapuo and David laid ;.r... u..t> \ ,_, u [llhh< >srl...r Btrtmin, iwl4Sm.gr.uu. It..., \, tllll Kuri.rll>. Ai.rnh iipl will be installed so that Oxford School will be able to offer a com plats leaching and recreational pro gram when it opens Zalis Named to Head Town GMJCC Leafrue Marvin Zall-. UM*. Ut-t ii nan presiflrnt Ol ihr Young \.i 1 .*••*.<' .. amtsj.1 Miiimi .1. w Cnmmun t,y -'•€-.-. *i ••* !*• %  -. ....•* %  *. • Ii I ted pi Ii enl ol PRMl Nee ive offices "t the firm I i" ned idison ave Sehwaru i a member ol the Pub he Relation* Societ) ..i America and oi the Government, American and Florida I'ui.luRelation* A-. %  uclatbooM He i-> j.......!.•.off I'lannlai H.M.I .I ..I >>'•• I'll) • %  Pianist Jorge Bolet Acclaimed by Critics ihs ipectaculai i ^ %  % % % %  ol the in ternationally acclaimed pianist, Bolet, who will appear as .iti-t with the Universit) of Mi.um Summer Symphony Orchei ii.. John Bitter, conductor, in the lir-t of the Miami Beach Pop Qua certon Sunday evening, June 2d. •n .it the Mian,; Bench Audi tonum. continoea on to even greatcr heights Bolet has been soloial with prac ticall) ever) maji i mphony orchestra in N'orlh America. This ,n elude, ma t reengagajmenfa. His first Mipgnjmi II i with Ihe San Franiisco and the Cincinnati Qm s la t season were acclaimed by critics. Born in Havana. Cuba. Bolet. long an American citizen, received ii ly training at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. Alter nic ceanes in Europe, he returned In the i niti d Stats to .1 in the i m el .-.I Naumburg and Josel Hofmann \u .1 i 1 %  i i iut u Ith York Phi lliai monlc Sj m uo.ii-r i in. ,III Mitropoutoe, wliuli the preai hiled .."tha moal lautMfandtna .'oi.c-rio reading ..I ihe %  ll." I.*"..-• I ••* | > .. I I > HUCC^-NNfUi •I Hnci'M Mill. til.I -l, I,.... 11 ,)> ,.* %  %  >•• Ml,.. II,.II......,, .-.> ... ... Rabbi Shapiro Feted I: ibbinical S mi plaji 'I ho t at a luncheon given in honor oi Rabbi Mas Sha oiro in i ir to hi i departure from Miami Hicolle igue i on i nted Kan .1" Shapiro w Ith a fai I t^lft Veterans Entertained Norm.in Bruce Brown AUJ No 174. Jewish u ,.r Veteran i i irtj for pal n nl ,t the < loral i, ibles Veterans Ho ipltal on F'n i\.w evening in the hospital's ation hall Entertainin laC'Ulelllle Klt-lil litlivuvd Tvnehvr 1 i Mo l Tescher, son of Ml I,ma Tescher, IBM S\V :t3rd i i Miami, a former student at Senior High School, uraduated from the Southern College of netry, Memphis. Tenn.. on 18 He h id Ihe Doctor of optometry hrretl upon him by Dr. \'. I: Cramer, president of Jhe rolh Durtni Inattendance at Southern College, Or Teacher served on the student council, was \'.ce presiiient oi the Florida Club, a member of the Illuminating f enngSss ei.'\ ..ml Omega Kpsilmi ['hi, naiwvt* Eye Hvyrvv tional optometric fraternity, and was on the Dean's List for high scholastic attainment. He plans to take the Florida State Board Examination in Op-* tometry in August and plans to establish a practice in one of the smaller towns in South Florida. Appears as Guest Pianist American Jewish Congress held* an installation luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel here Jay Ile-s 15-year-old son ol Mr. and Mrs David Hess. 2190 SW 10th St., appeared as guest pianist. TIRE SALE CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW NORTH MIAMI STORE PRICES GOOD AT ALL STORES! Sale Ends Saturday, June 19th Buy Them M Factory Fresh In Sets— ii U.S. Get *f ROYAL Dales* Heavy Del? TUBES et ne odditieeal ceet te yea. Get 4 U.S. Royal Air-rids tires ft takes fer the tolt aeiee at tka i.ret alee*. U.S. Royal AIR-RIDE THRU SATURDAY 1st LINE 1st QUALITY • 100 LEVEL BRAND NEW SIZE 640x15 670x15 7 1 Ox15 7*Om ) S list %  lACKWArl 22.70 23.80 2640 28 85 IJ ^4 sail PHI -1 HCM4N..I 14.95 15.87 17.GO SHE NO riCHANcr 16.95 17.87 i960 a i.a* usr Hiri4ii 27.0 29.20 32.3S ftd£ sail HCMlHtl 18.53 19.47 ^:Si as IICUIICI 20.53 21.47 23. ST 2S.57



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Ellis Rubin Named By Legion Department EUia s Rubin. Miami attorney who has been active .1i ipeaker against Communism, was named last week aslate chairman of the combined Un-American Activities Committee and the Anti-Communist Book Committe of the American Legion. Rubin's appointment was announced by Joe C. Jenkins, new Legion department commander. A member of Harvey Seeds Post. Rubin will tour the state in a continuation of the Legion's campaign to explain the danger of Communism Film Showing Slated by Cancer Society at JWV Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary No. 174. Jewish War Vet. ran\u'.l hold a monthly social meeting on Wednesday. June 23, 8 p.m.. 1947 West Flagler at There will be a film showing by I Braxton Tewart. of the local chapter of the American Cancer Soci I ety. Questions and answer period will follow under the direction of Dr. Morris H Blau. diplomate of | I the American Board of Surgery and I fellow of the American College of Surgeons Men's Cluh of >JorfTi ish Center met Thuradaj evening Spea era' panel i the Da charltj ball ; %  the Sorrento Hotel on June 2"J Proceeds are for the decoi of the lounge i'i the Center Town Branch. The Young Adult League meets on Thursday eveningIncluded for summer fare will he a series 01 -wim-dances at the Fleetwood Hotel. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program [vtry Sunday, WMBM. 12 to 2 p.m This program is the first and has ti. 'fjro#' listnlnn midi-nce Features the Jewish Philosopher MOKMAN R. LYONS. News HAROLD TURK, Councilman, and SHOSHANA SPECTQI DELUXE TUBE • ith every lull-co? purcho?d during this olc! Foi the tolc price ot the tire alone. e> 760x15 EKhuip M Cappable CM* or M< J2.00 Whilew.Us 50c M U.S.Roya! YOUR OLD TIRES ARE WORTH FREE! REAL MONEY TERRIFIC HIGH TRADES OH U.S.Roya^ 4 U.S. ROYAL MASTER SEAL PUNCTURE PROOF SAFETY TUBES With Every Set of U.S. ROYAL MASTERS or U.S. ROYAL "8V U.S. ROY ALL MASTERS THE WORLD'S FINEST TIRE YOU'LL NEVER KNOW how much your old tires are REALLY WORTH till you trade with NORTON. Drive your car in today Buy them in Sets. SALE PRICES GOOD AT ALL NORTON TIRE STORES NORTON r TIRE JJHV/NG FLORIDA OVER 21 YIAHS We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities MIAMI 500 W. Flagler MIAMI 490Q N.W. 2nd Ave, ; LiMIAMl BEACH Norton Pal lot Tire Co. 1454 Alton Road NORTH MIAMI |3$*PN.W.7thAve. / CATERING DIVISION FOR All SIU PARTIES



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PAGE 8 B +Jeisi>nt>r**yr -FW&AYi American Notables .. .1846: MaxLilienthal,Reformer ; By MARRY SIMONHOFF (Harry SimpmhmU'i column, c-iitituling • series entitled, Americom Notables, i$ k*in§ muMitM • The Jewish floriiian •I port of the tercentenary celthrotion of Jewish settlement in the Unite* Sftes.-Th Uitur%J In the horse and wagon era of 1849, Russia seemed shrouded in preternatural darkness to the young.German Rabbi who received an offer to superintend the new school at Riga. He was intrigued when informed of the light that began to penetrate the opaque mist enveloping Russian Jewry. He might even spearhead the revolution engineered by the Maskillim \o bring modern culture to a people, extraordinarily astute and receptive, yet steeped in obscurantism. Max Lilienthal forsook Munich to introduce up-to-date methods of the German Jewish school, designed to displace the cheder and yeshiva, in operation since the 16th century when the Talmud was a beacon light in a world .of Christian hate and bigotry. He succeeded, and his name spread. Government officials presented Lilienthal with a diamond ring as a mark of the Czar's approval, he was invited to St. Petersburg for a conference Russian autocracy, full of premonitions about preserving the feudal status quo in a world charged with revolutionary ideas, leaned heavily on organized religion. It could only regard Judaism as the hereditary foe of Greek orthodoxy. The German race myth had not yet been invented by the French Count Gobeneau. Czardom saw a simple way towards monolithic conformity in the conversion of Jews to the state religion Stiff-necked obstinacy lav grounded in Rabbinic ideology. The bearded Cha--Mdim. with corkscrew curls dangling from temples under fur turban-like headgear, wearing long caftans that scarcely concealed their white stockings, appeared to offsCiaMom U the spirit incarnate of the Talmud. If the modern teacher, schooled in secular learning, could displace the melamed. then conversion and assimilation would follow At least so thought the Minister of Kducation Sergius Vv.irov who passed for a liberal in the milieu of black reaction To Lilienthal, he represented the Czar's government as abandoning persecution or compulsion and genuinelv concerned with Jewish enlightenment as a remover of hatreds and humiliations. Cultural reforms through state supervised schools would transform the Rabbinate as well as the masses. But he needed a qualified intermediary, a spokesman for the government and trusted by the Jews. Lilienthal accepted the assignment. For a time. Max Lilienthal stood out as one of the famous men in Europe. The eyes of civilized people everywhere focused upon the person who might bring amelioration to Jews in Russia. Forward looking Maskillim considered him "as wise as Solomon and as enterprising" as Moses." Crowds extended a royal welcome to the harbinger of emancipation, to the enlightener of their persecuted brethren, sunk in a quagmire of fanaticism. But the leadership in both wings of Orthodoxy were suspicious of Greeks bearing gifts. In Vilna. the acute Lithuanian mind questioned the good faith of a government that declassed an entire people to the grade of pariahs, confined and overcrowded in a vast ghetto called the Pale of Settlement. Could confidence be placed in a tyrant who ordained that little children be kidnapped and inducted into military service for 25 years? What was the value of modern culture without human rights? What could aufklaerung without emancipation accomplish, except to lead the discontented intellectual to baptism? Lilienthal replied that if he thought such were the aims of the government, he would resign his post immediately. Obstacles Causing Withdrawal It was a tough assignment for the school teacher. Any move could offend some group. Intimacy with ultra orthodox elements might alienate liberal Maskilim, and vice vcr-a Aloofness brought the accusation of German arrogance. Yet Lilienthal's recommendations were adopted by Use government. A Rabbinical commission, evoked to supervise the proposed new schools under the ministry. served as security against reforms that might sabotage Judaism. Montefiore in England. Cremieaux of France, and Phillipson of Germany were invited to attend the deliberations Yet nothing could persuade the plain people ii the government's benevolent intentions. Shortly after the prominent community in Odessa offered him the post of Rabbi, Dr. Lilienthal applied for leave to visit his family | n (:-„, he never returned. Ins,,.,,, he? ur l>'Mr H proving decorum. He introduced 5*M mony, subsequently adopted in -II ,L1 /"H lean Judaism. The ablest speaker aD WiH yet somehow he did not quite realize rtL lions raised on his arrival RecognnJ,i | for Jewuh education, he withdrew fnWaT conduct a private school that earned*-!! factions. It anticipated the modern HeK! He preferred to act as honorary Rabbi l„r congregations, preaching and performm. out compensation. ^ T Clmifwati and R.|„ riI1 The lack of impact in New York from a gradual change affecting his id M | ( interest in the reform movement led him to %  Wise. Called to the Rabbinate of Bwie Jfi nati, he also became editor and contributor HI" icaa Israelite." He wrote for the German publications as well as for Isaac Leeser' s TL the citadel of reform, he spent his last 27 3 made his chief contribution to American lishmg several volumes that included straawj and poems. He even left three dramas in mi Dr. Lilienthal brought scholarship, imp, quence and literary expression to Reform, crusader by instinct, he nevertheless was g^ all the way with the radicalism of David hiss. ferred the more moderate course of Isaac {1 assisted in founding the Hebrew I'nion CollejJ he taught history and literature The consent! Lilienthal exerted a wholesome influence nl_ form from the centrifugal dangers that threat] lutions. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jr* "-*" %  %  *• ^ 92 in Savannah; Named First Mounted Policeman in 1896 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam J'osnick. will become Bar Mitzvah. Jtabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and address the confirmand. Jdincha is at 6:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7.30 am and 6:45 and 7:15 p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning services are at 9 a m. The Bar Mitzvah I Of Benjamin, son of Mrs. Rosa j Klein, will take place. Howard. son ox Mr and Mrs Paul Galbut. I became Bar Mitzvah during Satur I day morning services last week, j Daily services are at 7:30 am and 6.45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will bold Friday evening services at ] 8:15 p.m. Temple Israel's summer j schedule will include Sabbath eve| services conducted either by Dr. Joseph Narut, spiritual leader, or Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. William Malcolm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohen, was Bar Mitzvah during services last week. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 645 p.m Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: "Take God Along on Your Vacation." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy DreLspul, was Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services last week. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and preaching on the topic: "The Jewish Father at His Best." Candle blessing will be offered by Mrs. Buddy Logue. president of the Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish War Veterans. Saturday morning services are at 10 am, when Rabbi Skop will discuss "Fathers' Day." Kiddush will follow. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:4$ p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim officiating and rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klein. 320 SW 51st el., and Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lustgarten. 4044 NW 2nd ct will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mitnick. was Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services last week. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., honoring Fathers' Day. Men's Club will participate. Children of the Religious School will recite in honor of fathers. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and preach on the topic: "Can Parents Mold the Destiny of Their Children?" Cantor Mordechai Haalnoan will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oncg Shabbat following will be sponsored by the Men's Chib. Saturday morning; services are at 9 am., when Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled to discuss the Weekly Portion. Susan Deutsch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deutsch was Bas Mitzvah during Friday evening services last week TEMPLE EMANU EL will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brununer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold services Friday night at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 am Saul Meringoff will speak on the subject: "The Pioneers of Old and Today." Louis Dublin will conduct a class in Talmud at 3 p.m. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Maarv. Services are conducted by Cantor Abraham Seif. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday a( 6 p.m. Lester Shapiro, of the religious committee, will conduct services durLouis Blumberg. 92. first mounted policeman in Savannah. Ga., died on June 9 there. He was appointed to the force February 9, 1896, and served for many years. A member of B. B. Jacob Synagogue. Mr. Blumberg resided in Savannah for 65 years. Services were held June 10. with Rabbi A. I. Rosenberg and Cantor Albert Singer officiating. Mr Blumberg. who was the husband of the late Rebecca Brown Blumberg. is survived by three daughters. Mrs. T. J. Ryan. Savannah, Mrs. Viola Schiff. Atlanta, and Mrs Leah Rapaport. New York City; four sons, Morris and -Ben. Savannah. Meyer, Los Angeles, Cal.. and Nathan. Miami: a niece. Miss Rose Blumberg; 20 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Mrs. Werman Dies in Brooklyn Fanny Werman. wife of Abraham Werman. 3555 Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach, died on Saturday. June 6. at Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn. NY. Mrs. Werman leaves three sons. Gustave. Meyer and Hyman. and one daughter, Esther Scheinholz. Also surviving are several grand and great grandchildren. ing the absence of. Rev. Rudolf E BriH. Services will begin at 9 am Saturday. Michael Rubier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubier, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will bold late Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. with Rabbi Abraham Herson of Waco. Tex., officiating. Cantor Albeit Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Ones Shabbat sponsored by the Sister hood will follow Saturday morn mg services are at 9 a.m. • • • NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. Wlt h Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the topic: "Know Your America." Senior Choir will be under the direction of Lucille Moore with ( antor Maurice Neu rendering the musical portions of the liturgy The Oneg Shabbat last week was soon sored by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Chai ken in honor of their son Jerrold's Bar Mitzvah. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily serv" ices are at 7 p.m. Obituaries SAMUEL B. MARKS ST. of 144 Kv.ixuide* AM'IIIK, I'alm Baarh, IM— .1 •> Wedn. -ariay, June '•ih. In a l. al hoapital. SIMMVUI It) in tun, Sf> im.in. Mml on daaarhtar, Mr* Svlvln I! led tan. In lteinaln* were aent I.. X-w V..ik i"it\ f..i lee* and Interment by Miami Kivrri.l. BENJAMIN SHAROFF 7. of lOIJ KW leth at., iralitenl of Miami for 17 .wars, died KatunUt. Me leaven hi* n If,.. | >ian. ami a brother, laadoie. of Miami llea. h KarvlcM sad hartal were in Brooklyn s v %  : .".I.n l-uneml Home of Ml.mii ... In charge of local arrangement MRS. IDA RABINOWITZ II, of fit*) iha*e ave who marie her Ull.l 1K.II I. hele for ; Xea' June io in Now York Clt) Surviving am h. i hurhanri LotSM IWo .lauahtem. Mr* Mauri, e Orovitl, Miami l:,a.li .1.1 Mrs Ken W.-ul.r. New Jork <"lt> her mother. Mr. Minnitwill. Miami Hear Ii and two hrothara, Sam '"111. Miami Beach, ami la-ul* "rill. I %  v. Mill*. <"llf SeiM. .ware h. I.I ,.t Itlveralde Memorial Chapel. Miami Rea.-h Hurlal followed In the Temple 1-1...1 Mellon ..f the Urarelanri I'emelery. HARRY QOLOMINZ ". of 1513 N HKhliiKi.-ii a\e. Ml..on llea. h. .lied June 10. Funeral aervloe* were held In the Miami tle.u h i:..id..i. < lia|.. I with Ion 1.11 In the family plot In Ml Natra I.UI.I.I. Mr. (Inldmina. a %  lun.. recently iiuinn-l.il with the Womeic" Thaaters. came to Miami fiom New Jernev 2 \eara a-o. He waa a veteran of WOJ-HI War l. a nwiilier of Miami lieat-n IV.-I No ;, AmeiU-an l,erlon: lilliis. lie l.od*-e. FA AM Miami Haarh. and lit* Royal Amajuiov Jn New Jeraey. Ruie hla.Wlfa. Mra. Roaa Qtad. mlaa. h. leaves a e>n. H-t. Jerome Mnch with the Armed IVr.ea In Korea: a brother and four alutara la New Vorlt. M#ta LINA SAPPER it. of ISO Jefferaon ave.. Miami liaarh. died June She .-am* from I'ltlehurKh IS yeara airo Surviving ara a eon. Mas. Miami Keaoh. a daughter. Mm Ikiae rhirocoff. I'ltt^burgh, and one gi.ind.'hlM. Serv ire* were held In %  lordon'* Miami Hnarh fhapel with burial In Ml. Sinai Cemeter>. SAMUSL HA8KES M, of 17*1 olltna ave. died June II In a ho*|,ltal A resident here seven years, he wa> a hotel manager. Survivor* aie hi* wife. Keaele; hla fniher. M.rils two daughter*. Mra eylvin Hall. 1 of H.,iKw.-.ri. and Mn OarIfude Mallorv. of Han I h.ienlx. Aria. Servtre* mere held In the Klverslde M*fm-<-.i i-h*i>el Ml-.il Ba. h Hurlal followed In Ml. Nebo Cemtery. MRS ANNA CHAPLAN .1. of To i-arll.le ave Miami Heai-h. died Hundav. she had lived hete five year*. She la aurrlved b> two dMUKhlera. Mr* Hetty Zu. kerbera and Mia Horothv Korigen of Miami llea.-h, and two aona, la. k ami llentHiiwn. of New V.ok I'IIV Service* were held Tueaib.v in Riveralde Memorial I'haitel. Miaow llea. 1, Burial followed In Ml Klnal .'. o„ |ei v Israel's $470,000,000 Plan Exceeds U.S. Project for Water JERUSALEM (JTA) — DeUUs of Israel's plan for the development of the Jordan water sources and adjoining areas, presented last week in Washington to Ambassador Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's special representative to the Near East, were revealed here. I iii.iiiui I St 'ls Ml) Emanucl M. Stadia, 1 and Mrs. J Z. Stadias. 1 rd.. Miami Beach. ii| June 18. from the Wisconsin School of asftd Dr. Stadlan too. uattfl medical courses at at I of Miami where html of the School SympttsC wnne here, be was 1 organizing the first I Zionist group. Hewui Zionist Youth Cooncfl. Volunteering for 1 ice. Dr Stadlan *H usM whirr be was appowieissij acting chaplain to thai of Jewish faith. He was active in HiBeLl the Hebrew .-.peakinf t^ University of Wiseas* Dr. Stadlan s paiwU.1 nied by sisters Sarah an J are in Madison to atteslr uation exercises. The Stadlan sisters tflj 'invited guests of Rabh *M Max Ticktin and daufhtmir and Dvorala during las' Madison. JNF Pica* Hafc Program Sunday A special Jewi '5*2 1 !S radio program, ded"*^ ers" Day, will be P* Schachter's Vanety % %  tion WMBM on Sunday. %  from 12:30 to 2:30 M-j, Rabbi Moses Mejche* dent of the JNF t^jy Miami, will conaurt m arranged by Sam Pr**J chairman of the c


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Will Head (unity Chest lent Miami business exL w ho participated as a fc, Daric County's first | chest campaign and Intarv roles in each sucCve has been named [( the Red Feather, pr r Blakey, vice pnndent relattns manager of I j nt was unanimously L week by the 75-memBoarcl "I Directors tp the l the organization, which is annually for 22 dif^1 welfare and youth lid the national USO. He H. Brock, vice president I Air Lines. Served as vice president st last year and doubled ,nan of the Industry Diction II m the 1954 Red Jrive. Ipwn in business circles key has been associated fines for the past 33 years, president of the Miami of Commerce, and at presp president of the Florida liters' Association. • work includes key posts American Red Cross, Dade hapter, and Variety Chilkspital rah Hadassah Officers aymond Wolf, newlyJ president of Menorah kf Hada.vsah, was installuncheon on Monday, June f p.m., in the Biscayne Terel. installed were the B o a rd. consisting of fidents, the Mesdames EmSmith. Leonard Wolpe, j Gottlieb and Seymour secretaries, the MesISwiren, Lawrence Gilbert Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. jrers; and parliamentarian, ... Siden. lilton Sirkin, vice presircgional Hadassah, was j officer. Ban in charge of the lunchMrs. George Graham. nal skit, 'Thanks for the written, by Mrs. Joel was presented featuriMcsdames Jack Mades, Gilrange. Jason Grossman and 1 Gordon. "U^M^Ulsr PAGE 9 B letters To The Editor ,,U ;";t: ThC J Wish n0tWm h ve bestowed on me. 1 know you win „e pleated to n ... B .. drd f Governors >f I fr Journalis I will try to continue in the fuism means, as well as thiCn-'iti.r M. _• • % %  -.... ....... i,.ni-rrr means, as wen at t.::t^:z^i ; :::;;: t a : ~ *iu. ,. "• o l %  "".>'emy and its staff who presentee I. Hiram Blokt, Dnneraggan Inn Season Begins Decoration Day weekend marked the opening of the summer season for Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Duncraggan is located high atop the Blue Ridge Mountains, some 3,000 feet above sea level. Accommodations include the authentic American Main Inn, the new ground-level Royal Lodge, with each room individually heated, the Presidential Lodge, also at groundlevel and for those who do not wish to climb stairs, and the private, rustic cottages. Whatever the individual vacationer's choice, according to Duncraggan directors, "all facilities feature spacious rooms, wide windows that provide spectacular scenery, and the best in bedding." Duncr a ggan's cuisine serves choice Western meats, supplemented by the local supply of country fresh eggs, dairy products and produce and home made bread, rolls and pastries. "These are the prime ingredients from which our skilled chefs devise their delicious dishes," the directors said. Recreational activities include a private swimming pool supplied by • constant running mountain spring, shuffle board courts, playgrounds, gynasium and horseback riding. cial recognition was accorded the outstanding public service rendered by yourself and The Jewish Horithan in the recent Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. In my report to the Board of Governors I indicated that, without the full and cooperative support of yourself, both as a campaign leader and a lay person in the field of pub lie relations, we might not have achieved the splendid publicity program and interpretation of Federation service which was accomplished. As a result of the unanimous commendation of your services and that of The Jewish Floridian, we have caused to be spread upon the official minutes of Federation the above detailed tribute to yourself and the fine newspaper of which you are publisher. You have my personal thanks and the appreciation of the entire Board of Governors for your invaluable and devoted help in the past campaign. I know we shall be working side by side in many campaigns to come in behalf of our Jewish community. Aaron Kanner, General Campaign Chairman presented this medal to me. %  • It has made me appreciate how important the well thought and written word is. and I will continue to study to become more proficient at it. Thank you again and The Jewish Flordian for the great pleasure you have given me. Jerry Temchin CJerome Temchin was presented with the Journalism Award of The Jewish Floridian at graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy last week. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Temchin, 4850 Biltmore dr.. Coral Gables.—ED. Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I wish to express my sincere congratulations through The Jewish Floridian to Mr. Samuel Friedland on the opening of his new Kosher meat and poultry department in the Alton rd. Food Fair Supermarket. Mr. Friedland has come up with the answer to an insistent need in Greater Miami and, as such, he continues to demonstrate his qualities as a national and local leader in the total Jewish community. Henry Spero Funds to Send Group Delegation to Convention Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls, Chapter 297. held its annual dinnerdance recently at the Casablanca Hotel. Booster books and address books containing rosters comprised of the names, addresses and phone numbers of all of Hillel Girls were distributed. Purpose of the dinner-dance was to raise money to pay the registration fee for the group's delegates going to the District Five B'nai B'rith Youth Organization annual convention held at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N.C. It a s-o Off lees Opon in Chicago NEW YORK — Rassco Israel Corporation, a New York company, affiliated with the Rural and Suburban Settlement Company, Rassco Ltd., builders of private homes in Israel, have announced the opening of their Midwest branch offices at 100 West Monroe St., chi-, cago. In addition to the development of numerous residential quarters in Israel, Rassco's agricultural department, during the 20 years of its existence, has established over 50 settlements throughout the young state. Rassco also sells orange groves in Israel to American investors. As a new type of American investment, a group of 50 prominent Chicagoans have already put up sufficient funds to finance the first construction phase of a new residential section on Mount Carmel in Haifa. Rassco's Board of Directors includes Philip Klutznick and Morris Alexander, both of Chicago. Camp Umatilla for BOYS AND GIRLS Just 4 Hmirt from Miami IN A SECTION NEVER TROUBLED SERIOUSLY BY POLIO! PHILIP S. CHAITON Educational Director of North Snort Jewish Cenfer, Cams Director. For Further Information CALL 86-4576 Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the honor you Setnd year vocation hi tfct Blue RMto MowrtohM The Horowitz Kosher inn 331 First Avo., W. Hendersonville, N.C. 32nd SEASON Fine Kosher foods, prepared in the American Style by expert cooks. Write or phone 9206 for reservations. All rooms with private and connecting baths. Under Personal Buporvlelon of Mr.~. A. HorowltS THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Foram On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 tun. Station: WME (Ml on dial) With Various Feofarei Produced and Directed if YOUR CHILD can learn to PAINT and PLAY IN THE BAND! Join this delightful and educational Music and Art Camp now i 8 WEEKS—June 28 to August-20 • Musical ActiritieB • Painting — Sculpture — Crafts • Full Athletic Piogiuut including Swimming at the King Cole Pool 4 to 13 years oi age. inclusive Registration Now Being Accosted Brochure on RossMt Normandy Musie A Art (amp 1021 BIARRITZ OR. mUUIUtH. FLORIDA Approved Member rrhai* Schools Association of Dade County PHONE 86-6811 EARLY RESERVATIONS for Famed Summer Resorf Duncraggan Inn World Famous Cuisine Season May 30th to Oct. let AMERICAN PUN BEGINNING AT $60.00 A WEEK nmkirt Vour Hosts, Blanche and Sid Lewie the Mountains HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. Write for Free Booklet In "" SPEND TOUR SO/NAtER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Osceola Lake Inn HENDERSONVIUI, NORTH CAROLINA Jo hin, Owner-Mgr. SPECIAL REDUCED RATES-Weehly Throughout %  ,M •* %  %  SPECIAL FAMILY SEASONAL RATES New Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool 0 Jewish-American Cuisine 3 Meal* Daily. 1 ZSlZpttt"*!** ".win.. Fi,hing. G..f. If**** Riding, Wienie Roa*t, etc. CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. PHONI1156 education director of Temple Em 0 "^' C" Wi,h Wi iam Thompson, account executive for Dia!" Crystal Salt Companrrepresented by Earl V^W.lson .L,!' as he reives 600 copies of the "Child's J'f 08 "* f of Jewish Holidays." The booklet was created for the C0 Pany by Joseph Jacobs Co., New York. v ,„.•• are over when your child con have a fall camping IZrtZtm I*. n..r home'-, well. Because SlmCNAH is righ, — a Danftl here on Miami Beach. SlmOHStmH wU kimMB> nm* AN UNUSUAL JEWISH-AMERKAN DAY CAMP FOR BOYS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS SIMCHAH To be conducted at the Floridian Hotel 540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Application. Now Boing Accepted Write or Phone 86-5712 or 5-6B01 p.,1 on Promise. • %  ••!. Dancing • Art, and Craft. Fishing • $lort* • Hat lunche. J Transportation Famished Dietary Laws Observed DIRECTORS: Marjorie Ent, Malcom P. 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PAGE 10 B *JhuM>/for***r HUDAYi Elections, Honors in Miami D. Richard Mead has been re elected to his seventh consecutive one-year term as president of the Lincoln Road Association. AIMI re elected were Milton Smith, first vice president, Miftori Sjrkjn. second vice ipreaideatc l)r Leonard Finn, Secretary; and K LMTrj Wall, iicy-urer. Three leaden were him ored for outstanding MTVfcM by directors of the Heart Association of Greater Miami at a quarterly meetine here in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Recognition went to Paul T. Walker, chairman of the Heart Fund campaigns in 1952 and 1953, and Mrs. Albert Bernard and Dave Emmer. co chairmen for this year s Heart Sunday collection. Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. association pr.M dent, presented checks to winners of the recent heart education con teal sponsored here in the high schools BUSINESS BRIEFS: Sam Blank, president of National Brand. Inc has been elected a director of the Industrial Saving! Bank, it was announced by President Leonard A Abess Blank is %  trustee of the University of Miami and past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Three South Florida businessmen with large holdingin various enter prises have acquired a substantial interest in the Dania Bank The in %  stockholderare I-eo Robin son, investor and former president ol the central Bank Oi Miami; Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Board of Food Kair StoreUd Otto Bresky, flour and milling executive CHAMBER CITATIONS: Miami Beach Chamber of Com merce vice pre-ident l.eon C Mc A-kill presented certificateto memberof the Miracle Club for obtaining new membershipduring the past year and awarded special Certificateol Recognition to a number of committee members > Chamber vice president Sam .1 Hal perin honored Alfred A Leaser with permanent possession of a gold trophy for paM guidance as liPreaideni of the Miracle Club. Rhoda M t-eAlnr %•< pr*-*nt*1 a gold life indiVfdual membership I card for her effortin obtaining new members for the Chamber of Commerce DOES IT AGAIN: i Shepard Broad habeen named Mayor of Bay Harbor l-landfor his eighth consecutive term David M. Abel was appointed vice mayor I Sidney S Weiss, who won the only position :it -take in an election Ma> 4. ami -worn in aa councilman I Wei— raccedl hibrother. Louli S Wei—, who did UOl SMh reelection I Ben F Danbaum. president ol the Miami and Jacksonville bever | age distributing firm bearing his name, hal.een reelected aa director of Licensed Beverage lndutrie-. Inc This is the national public relations area of the liquor indu-tr> The annual meeting took place in Washington. Danbaum. 64. is a tor mer inspector of detectives of the Omaha. Neb. police department j Later, he operated jn armored car and currency exchange there Dan baum also ipresident of the Big D.m Corp.. which operates the Lord Calvert Hotel in Miami He ia member of the National Council of the Joint Defen-e Appeal, chair man of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Committee and vice president of the National ChildrenCardiac Hospital NEW OFFICERS: Three new officerof the Miami 1 Chapter Mortgage Bankers Association, have been installed here. They include James Billings. Jr.. -ecretary treasurer, DadeCommonwealth Title Insurance Co.; R. B. RobertIII. president, with The Ke>iCo.; and Henry E Wolff. vice president. Henry E. Wolff Co. Judge Charles Gertler. of the Miami Beach Municipal Court, civic leader and member of the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District, was appointed chairman of the Membership Committee at a meeting this week, according to Fred Jonas, president of the organization. Serving with Judge Geitler on the Committee are John Liebowitz, Alex Van Straaten. Herbert Linick. Ben Appel, Abraham Rubin. Phiip Salmon and Ralph Spero. The present Miami Beach District has a membership of 1500. Miami Firm Gets No-Cal Franchise No-Cal, ongina: non-calorie soft drink that hagained popularity throughout the country, will be available to diet minded Floridjans toon. Southern Beverages, Inc. Miami. has obtained the Florida franchise to bottle and distribute No-Cal and will deliver to retailerbeginning tillWI-. ^ Harris and Whitebrook. Miami Bi :ich advertising agency, has been retained to originate and manage SUNRAi rAM HEALTH RCSORT HOTCl SANHARtUta M> Mi" COWV* i %  %  0 (MOM ULlfJ %  at tw OVTCOLXTI X1AM1rLO"'r the advertising and marketing campaign, according to Sam Blank, chairman of the Board for Southern BeverageJerry Blank, vice president of Southern Beverage-, said that the company will produce about G.000 ; eases a week and that distribution at the outset will include Dade and | Broward Counties, with some chain I -tonextending distribution to i Palm Beach Countv. ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC BLVD Sim Blrnk elected director PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with The Dean tf Jewish Commentators MORRIS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY from 9:30 t. 11 a.m. liittn To Oor New Feature "THE MMI'S COffNEI" featwrino; Book! 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18, 1954 NOTICK *JmlstfhrldUMJ j E R FICTITIOUS fc^rnivw th.. Fd It" iv 't.th Avenue. InDI.IK UAVIDSONI ilN hiillcanl I Si.. Ml-i '"I. Ha. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IH HKUKHY OIVKN lh.it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under {he fictitious nan f SAUNDKR'H (JKiK'KRY. at 22.", w Flagler St., Intend* to reglstci s.nd name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOWARD A. AI:NDERS KESHI.ER & >:AI:S AttorneyM for Applicant 17M W. Flagler St. S/W-25 — 7/2- LEGAL NOTICI PAGE 11 B 3EB FICTITIOUS Ldealrlnl to engage In EiiJterHald name with %  $£", couriof Dade fK>RD K. NKUtON MRS Applicant f SI. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTTCFfH*-HKUKHY CIVEN that the unrtemlgnert. : RAUL MANDELL, C/o Mary I.ou Kunn • HI Marina Village llrldgepnrt. Connecticut "''• s '\>> MANDELL, are hereby Hied that a Bill of Complaint for INOER FICTITIOUS m J&k2*am th, t „.., InS '•• engage n 'the fictitious name or IMKH I "• > I.EVI CilKKTO ORVIETO |MV\ K KAPLAN NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKBY (IIVKN that the undersigned, deslilng to engage in business under the fictitious name ol F'KED S BAR. at 222 N.W. Mb Si Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Conn or Dade County. Florida. FRED JAEGER KESNI.ER & OARH Attorneys lor Applicant 17X2 XV. Flagler St. 1/11-1S-M — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS _. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY QITEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In P&iiEMR&r ,h "'-titlou, name of Ji. J ,',T ,(JNA '' I'ROIHTCTS CO., at -'64l> KW. 2Sth Lane. Miami, Florida, "iJr'i' J'V**'"', r Bald name wlu > ,n •' • f he Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STYI.ANKZE. INC.. i>.,.„_ a Florida corporation I'AI.I.OT, BILVER & M1II.U>Y Attorneys for Stylaneze, inc. .01 Congress lildg.. Miami, Fin. ;./2S — 6/4-11-1S LEGAL NOTICE — -. %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .at 2S N.E. 1st id name 'ourt of > !" m. !" isn r-.nr., at 22 IS Avenue, Intends to register sale with the Clerk of the Circuit C Had,. County, Florida. „„ KATHRYN M. KEHRWIEDER KESSI.KH fc liARS Attorneys for A|iplicant 1782 W. Flagler St. •; I-M-I* lUNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IKRKIIY 'IIVKN that di ii ^ to engage in %  tltlous name of ||S,,|!| M TV SAI.'.N. St.. Miami Sprinn, inister said name with the 'in in' Court of Pade NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY C.IVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OAI.'S BAB, at 858 B.W Bth St., intends f.,r Plaintiff 1172 MW Jth st Miami. Florida i 11-18-25 %  7 : %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW register said name with the clerk of t of Dade Coun ESTHER BERLIN register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Irinrtila NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32S7S-B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES J. FISHMAN a/k/a CHARLES FISHMAN a/k/a C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a \ CHARLES JACK FISHMAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You, and each of you, are herebynotified and requires to present any claims and demand* which llpu, or either or'you, may have against the. estate of CHAIU.KS J. FISHMAlN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dude County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eiKht calendar months from the date of th" first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will !>e barred. Date May 31. A.D. 1954. NORMA P. SIEOEL JOSEPH S. FISHMAN As Co-Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES J. FISHMAN, Deceased. MAI.V1N ENGLANDER Attorney for Co-Executors s/4-ll-18-2o II > M BEVERLY, QWBei NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring tu tngag. ii business under the fictitious name of WESTINtillolSi: SELF SERVICE LACNDRoMAT, at 444 S.W 8th Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of 11,•circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD DROST, Sole Ownel AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owner 6/11-18-2.'. — 7 2 lUNDER FICTITIOUS INAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that Mi. desiring to engage In r th. f.. titlous name of IM: II WtDWARB, at r.79 i, North Miami, Florig regb lei said name with J thi fir cult Court of Dade %  m BNu PEATCH, sole owner ILVEIt .\ MC1.U)Y Brunt. I'cateh NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol IHJR-O-MATIC WATER HEATER MFCS. CO., at 680 N.W. 14th St., Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. NATHAN STRAVHS LEO SCHoR 6/4-ll-18-2'i BY PUBLICATION ...UIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE |N CHANCERY, NO. 1SS77S Bt.McE KIMKL. I'laintiff *.M KIMEL. I 'efendant. HT FOR DIVORCE TV Wii.i.UM KIMEL iwreni-e Street jln., North Carolina hereby notified that a Bill for Divorce ban been it yo'i. ami \ou are required c.,|.\ .,f M.ur Answer or th. Rill of i -..mulalnl on ff tttorney. SANPt)IH> INK. 2nd Avenue. Miami. il file the original Answer in the .(Hi • %  ,,f the Clerk .Ull Court .n or lMfore the If July, !••',! If you fall to lrment l.v default will he I for the relief dethe Bill of Complaint re shall !•• %  luibllshed once foi f %  %  .: %  consecutive weeks EWISH CI...P.IDIAN. M' i '!:l ii:i:Kl. at Miami. 1th div ..f June, A.D. 8: E. i: LEATHERMAN, rierk Circuit Court. Pads '' intj Florida B> M R MIIIHAY, Jourl Seali Deputy Clerk I' PRERI1 Ih.r 1'laltitiff -'"I Avi Miami 32, Fla. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN RROBATE, No. 31S24-B In Re: KelTATF. OK Rl'TII BABICTTK MAM-.R a k a RCTH BABF:TTK TOWNSF:ND MAYER. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against said You' and each of you, are hereby notified and reo.ulre.1 to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have "i n Vvirn estate of RCTH BABE I TE MA>F.R a/k/a Rl'TII It.VUK'ITE TOWNSEND MAYF:R, deceased late of Dade ountv, Florida, to the Honorable Count} Judge* of Dude County, and (Tie the same in their offices in the Count, Courthouse in Dade County. I" 1 f; within eight calendar moiiihs ionthe date of the firs, publication hereof, Said claims or demands o contain the legal address ol the I. H %  >< and to I"sworn to and W-^; "•" >•• aforesaid, or same will be barr,. Date Mai -v.,\'\ : V', V ,,,. EVERETT A MAYER, As Administrator of the RCTH BABETTE MAYER RY. N8 i W 410 JOY GINSBERG, Flalntlff, MATNARU c.iNSBERO, I icfendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T„E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 169768 HERMAN FRANCIS. Plaintiff DOROTHY IRANflS. Defendant 'SUIT FOR DIVORCE TH DOROTHY FRANCIS i Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn, N. York You are hereby notified thai a Bin ,, f complaint for Divorce has i... n ,n or before the lth dayjof^ly^WM. Itc, L r „ I'erenna %  ER OF PUBLICATION 1 \IA\NARD GINSBE |M" i Schublnet I : evard F'l' Mi. hlA'll-: HEREBY NOTIFIED Bill of Compla nt for Divorce igalnsl you and you ed to serve a copy i Bill ol Cony f I •.iiiiui „ Attorney and file *nal Answer In the nf,*lce of I, : %  MI un Court, ofl in I I il % %  B LEV I IIEHMAN. I' ik of the Circuit Court 1 II ll RICE, JR. *. .. I >'!HII\ Clerk F-J r.vi.iA •.MH ,. ;S(J foi Pis ntlfl 1 Miami Beach. Fla. CE r 4 5 CR FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW • iJn ",' ;l '' V "VJ5N that desning t„ engase I" r M u n .^r 'he fi.t„i„us name of Plena, to register said FRAAL AM S, 11WARTZ 1 ^r AjipliPant '" Itldg • s — T/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREB1 OIVEN that the uiHlersmn-d. desiring to ei.Kagr business i'Th.r-.d;!'" 1 ;". %  ,„;: BARADISE BAR AND DRILL, al v w Tth Ave intend to reglatei > ^.me-wl.h A he Clerk of the *,n P "' ^gS B &LW*TMS EDWARD DAVIS KESSLER GARS Attorneys for Applicants 17o2 W. Flagler St. No 3o*M ABE ROSNI'.B ail SIM '"".'l.inHSSf^EE?^ •^SjMFfBMS^ TO NEI.I.I: BLIMF:NTHAL address unknown ,.'..„,'• ,!„s tth day 01 June. AD. a B LEATHERMAN. rierk, Circuit gojJdrt, g y d „ C R U M t:RW a ri ,circuitCouH.s;a:i Dputy Clerk .; l i %  i • AMENDED NOTICE BY AME POBLICATION !M3riEtnha! •en H.IIN WEAVER 1 „ i: Broad Olendale, California NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 69496 ELEANOR I.. FIELMAN, Plaintiff, MAIN J. FIELMAN, Defendant. TO MAIN J. FIELMAN ',:. I'ark Terrace East N.w York, N.Y. You arc required to serve a copy of your answer to the 1*111 of Comptalnl for Divorce on the plaintiffs %  ttorney, „„, „, m, ,i,e original "^"iPjM office of the Clerk of the tncult %  ,t on or before the 2Mb day of lime A D l54; otherwise, the Bill ,,f"complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed Herein, will be taken as confess-.! "Vied al Miami, F'lorlda, this the 25 %  %  %  ot """E""' LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Work hi l!v WM. W. BTOCKINO. ,circull ''MUM scan Deputy Clerk Name and Address Of Plalntlfra -"SlV, !". 1 : 1 >t vv S&^oM BulllPng^Utml. Florida -, 28 — 4-11 -is • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. ,,„ U .S 3 ALLEN EVERETT "BMANj^^ ^^FB.CE^Y^JBIICA^I'ON ; TO: ELAINE LIBMAN 416 X'hrlstopher Avenue TOC r ARE n HEREB Y Y r NOTIFIED to fill vottr Anawer to the Bill of Computlnt for Divorce with t.he <.Terk of the above Styled Court and serve ^ conv thereof upon KESSLfcR G A H ^' Auorneys WWRWj £& ler Street. Miami, llorlto, on or before the 29th day of June. 154, else complaint win be taken a s confeesed. SKS May |L J^ ATHERMAN Deputy Clerk 5/n— 6/4-11-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ZZ IS^H^BTonTEN -ha, StHoe^nV^V ; •"" p,si:i'ii A. CAMA4iHO, Owner ri'itT s\i IER RIO Blacayne Bid*. 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PAGE 12 B + icut nrrktinn Optometrists Attend Convention in St. Petersburg Twelve members of the South east Florida Optometric Association left for St. Petersburg to attend the 52nd annual convention of the Florida Optometric Association this week. Present at the meeting were Drs. S G. Schneider, newly elected, president of the SFOA and secretar> of the state group: Marshall Wright. Coral Ca blet, president of the state association: William Koblentt. FOA executive committee member | Drs. Emanuel Pushkin, head of the FOA budget committee: Mason Pace. Donald ("unant and Agne> Austin. Miami: Robert Bradford. Miami Beach: Stanley Fromm. Miami Shores; Robert Garvin. AllapatUh; Robert Tanner. South Mi-, ami; and Jack Widdersheim. Coral Cables Talk on Children Regular meeting of the Dynamic Psychological Society was held Kri day evening. 8 p.m., at the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Spool. 4811 SW 6th st. Mrs. B. Toister gave a short talk on Reward and Punish %  MBtl for Children." There was •fcM a class in public speaking. Beach R* crea/ion Department Program Set for Monday June Book Review sponsored by the Miami Beach Recreation Department and the Miami Beach Public Library on Monday. 8:30 p.m. at Ocean Front Auditorum will feature Hon. Fuller Warren, former Governor of Florida, in a critique of: "The Art Of Advocacy, ny Lloyd Paul Stow Also appearing will be Boris Pritcher. resident member of the Biltmore Playhouse, in a dramatic reading of the speech of Emile Zola to the jury in the trial of Dreyfus i Artist Eugene Massin is Accomplished in Culinary, Sporting Fields at Homo When the Normandy Music and Art Summer Camp opens on June 28th. the six foot twe. young Texan on the premises will be the head (of the Camp Art Department, expressionism painter Eugene Mas1 sin. i At the age of 34. Massin already has an art background that includes being a faculty member at the Universities of Mexico. Wisconsin. Souih Carolina and at present at 1 the I'niversitv of Miami. His showings have won him many top purchase awards, and he has exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and in I leariin' an centers throughout the United States. Mexico and Australia. During his stay in Mexico on a fellowship, he studied under leading Mexican muralists. Although v.issm emphasizes expressionism, which he considers to be his emotional relationship to the objects painted, he has studied and is well versed in all art forms. His artistic abilities in the classroom and in his studio have earned him an enviable reputation, but Dado Red Croes Ncrmes 25 Directors Twenty five directors were elect ed by the Dde County Chapter ot | Red Cross at the chapter's annual meeting May 23 at the Rod and i Reel Club, Hibiscus Island Elected were Rabbi Irving Lehr man. Mrs. C. E. Williamson. Mrs Harold Davis, Mrs. Marvin Adams Cleve Allen. Guy galley, Mr*. Har old A. Clark Jr.. Harry C. Ebright, John P Evans. Mrs. M. Lewis Hall, Mrs. H. H. Harden. J. Newton Lum mus, J. N. McArthur. Also Robert McGahey. Ralph Piper. Mrs. Gordon Walter. Paul Weiss. J. C. Herren. William Im and. Maurice Klein. Msgr. James F. Enrlght. T. V. Moore III. Frank Pepper Jr., Melvin Weinkle and Miss Barbara Jean Turk. Newly alerted directors and hold-over directors will meet soon o elect officers for the coming year. William J. Pruitt presided at the annual meeting. Ar,r W iafci ^""h will nJ* dimmer *h7ii """' adul laikwl '"daea, tht ^ I ca "iP convent*,. I l ,,r Jud*,, J i Announcement^ I P' a n* wen? mid IJ Prt. Saving, v iiasnviiia OM*^ ] Southern' Zkefet "n. joint coWl j •>• of Southewtn^ Southeastern at sah Regions. Highlights of tkeh m convention pn tivities based wm America Jewis| (• -.en. ~-j, I niversarj." Massins claim to fame with his graduation wu wife and three youngsters at home rhoife of is based mainly on his cooking and athletic abilities. Massin is an expert at preparing Mexican delica cies. He is a former all-state football and basketball player and upon Jewptbjfl scholarship to the | I' v las or mjtrio li. 'r,ute of I the latter has earacii tation in the rti One*. | y refrigerators ha Committee report on the installation dinner-dance of the Men's Club of Temple Emanu-El is studied by Heft to right, seated) living Cypen, Irving Schatzman and Jules Channing. Standing are Al Ossip. Mike Salmon and Alfred Stone. The installation took place Saturday night, June 12. at the Di Lido Hotel. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (June 18 21) MORNING FRIDV SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 7:00 7:15 7:3i 7:45 To la) 1 "I i 1 TiM'.iy 1 I i 8:00 8:15 ISO • 45 V \l Tli.-in. Tr.I Pal Mil Taal Put Maa A M TI..-..U.:0O Din* Done S.hool S..t Wratrra j Ijinp fnto 1*1 i l>. Uoni S<-h.x>l :15 ... 9:10 In. now I.uraa Km IM Mi-Conn Ixx.k t'p. Live Oaq Moor* ':** ViMini I'.iMtfrrv 10:00 Ivl R 1015 10 10 Btl Il I'.i.h 10:45' I %  para Patrol Baper < "In .> I HIM* Si.Tim i 'hriatoohei Hilly (ii.il.am | Sulk* It Rl.-h Wlui', Trt.l' 11:00 Mr mi M.IK i, 11:15 11:10 Hearst V TnVroWl 11:45 (iinJitiK I. IK hi 111 fop 12:00 I've Oot S P > 1-15 lx\r i>. IMr 12:30 Qary Mnorr 12:45 AFTERNOON i Thi 1 Th. I.H-i Menu Mafic Cont'rt ("aioi\ 1 S'rcli KVir Tom. I Gulillna Uht • *>rt "rt'n-i iVHIe I I Tt> Hr AnnVeil i:i K 1'ayoff • mua Jbn Mi WizurJ TO He Ann ieit i I To He Ann oel l.,,k • -...!. 3:00 Jurkie'a II, 3:15 I 3:10 Valiant l_i.1v 3:45. Kecre) Ktex n 4:00 Al.-. 4:15 4:30 4:45! To He Ann ceil Sl-.m award* Jackie a Muua stn.iio of Win Th. rjoldborn Valiant ij.orta Mu. Mar'nettea Sr.-Wenlher Renirk II---.I. mwVtner'n c,,|,|. e V E N I N o 6:00 Tl.Hnl Skelton 6:10; Weatherman Juwnlle Jury 6:15 lack of All S|Kirta I 6:30! I>OUK Klar'!:.:in /*•* %  Intrlue 1;, ,..„ ),„ Mat X 8:45 llnme n.ilknhlip I I 6:00

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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2asa
NMJEIoiaidliiguR
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
2dNumber 2S
3=5^Sa. FRIDAY. JUNE* 18. E5T
PRlCfe:
^Britain Retain Former Positions on Internatinn.i Crime
nde^WEndorses Gocide Pad Without Reservation
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
TED NATIONS It is surely the greatest irony
Soviet Union should be the first of the Great
to ratify the Genocide Pact; and now Germany.
Ictions really precipitated this solemn international
nt. i~ tiding to accede, while the British and Ameri-
ernments, those great bulwarks of democracy and
do nothing about it and even say that they are
[ in do anything ^bout it.
(those who may not know, genocide is a word coin-
he Jewish author of the Genocide Convention. Dr.
tin: it means the destruction of a racial or
u group. The convention makes it an international
! Of course, the Nazis were guilty of genocide be-
Dl their attempt to wipe out the Jewish people by
! 6.000.000 of them to the gas chambers.
he legal committee of the Bundestag in Bonn
and one wonders how many former Nazis it numbers
pnraseolosy a b.ll ratifying the Genocide Convention
[Wa means that the West German Parliament wE*
whs n, n !d "S f,rs1 rcadin8 last Januarv. there
and BffaC n"nC JS CXPeCted ,he SeCnd
s,v!n..i--Jhr!ai"!y "" "" ,",l--inS your shoulders and
he he.r ,h f Si**' """ l"*"* diplomat dld *>>
Pa,i Th r PT1.8"? wouW adhcre ,0 ,he Genocide
I act I he fact is that this convention is one of the really
great achievements of the post-war period: a solemn inter-
national covenant such as this will act as a stop to such
learful crimes as the mass destruction of a religious and
racial group even for iho their tongue in their cheek.
The people who are at fault an the very ones who
dismiss it with a shrug of their shoulders like the Western
diplomat, and particularly the British and American gov-
ernments, which have not acceded to it yet.
The only reservation that the Soviet Union made when
it ratified the convention was in connection with the Inter-
national Court of Justice at the Hague. This was to the
effect that the disputes could not be submitted to the
court, of which the Russians have always been suspicious
despite the fact that they are members, unless all the
parties agree to it thus giving the Kremlin a veto.
However, the Soviet Union did agree to all the other
provisions of the treaty including United Nations action
which is considered more important than court action.
However, only a contracting party can prefer a charge.
And. as has been said, neither the British nor the American
governments are contracting parties.
Apparently, the West German government is makirrg
Continued on Page 2 A
[her 'Simply Can't Understand'
val Academy Student
Branded Security Risk
said she did not have the faintest
idea of why he should be suspected.
Perhaps her former affiliation with
the B'nai B'rith women's lodge?
The apartment, she said, has I
been full of neighbors and friends [
who came to say a kind world when '
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
lAPOLIS, MD. A Jewish
who came to the US Naval
ny to see her son coinmis-
ha< returned to Hartford,
. with a broken heart. Instead
nng her boy made an officer,
pw the Navy brand him as a
Sty risk."
lives of Harold Irving Pol-
a 23 year-old midshipman,
Elsie Pollack, his mother, and
[members of the Pollack fam-
ere transformed on a June
tion day. It happened be-
I the Annapolis class of 1954
ne first to be affected by an
|Uve order of the Eisenhower
Bttntion. The technicalities
Hi loyalty directives are baf-
llo people like the Pollacks
pnly know how devoted their
is to the Navy.
Back is one of three midship
who were graduated but told
Iceuldn t have their commis-
I because of security" reasons.
Dother of one of the other two
red believes she knows the
of her son's troubles. Evi-
of his subversion la that he
; to be born by a mother who
self born in Siberia. Also,
j an uncle who is unfortunate
lb to live in Communist Po-
iPollack's case, his mother said
["simply cant understand all
Interviewed by telephone in
ilartford apartment, Mrs. Pol-
said her boy would go on
ng t.i clear his name. She
Eisenhower Flays Mass
Arrests of Jewish Leaders
Says U.S. is Concerned over
Record of Rumanian Violation
----------,.w =-, .. ... .. ...,c.,, NEW YORK (JTA) President profoundly aware of the sufferings
they heard the allegations publish-1 Eisenhower condemned the Ru- of Jewish, leaders in Rumania
ed by the Navy. When she an-: manian Government this week for j many arrested several years ago,
swered the telephone, Mrs. Pollack the mass trial of Jewish leaders | some recently sentenced to long
thought it was her son calling from j in Bucharest. He declared that the | prison terms. Their ordeal is the
Annapolis. "I think it's Harold [ United States is "concerned" over proper concern of all free men who
every time the phone rings." ( Rumania's violation of basic human
To earn a living Mrs. Pollack \ rights.
worked as a corsetiere. The store | The President mane I.is views
where she worked went out of bus-, known in a message to a public
mess last month and she has since I meeting held here to protest the
been unemployed. "Mrs. Pollack : secret trial and imprisonment of
was very happy when she left for | 150 Jewish leaders in Rumania.
Annapolis," a neighbor said. "She The meeting was arranged by the
didnt know anything about this. American Jewish Congress, in co-
operation with the United Ruman-
ian Jews of America and the Far-
hand-Labor Zionist Order of Amer-
ica.
"The free world." President Ei-
senhower said in his message, "is
She was so proud of her boy."
Pollack was appointed to Anna-
polis by A. A. Ribicoff. a Jewish
congressman who lost his seat as a
, result of the last election. Ribicoff
Continued on Pafe 8 A
Rabbi Mescheloff Leaves
Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. for the i cob became a hub of youth and
past 17 years spiritual leader of adult activities "2M M
Congrega ion Beth Jacob of Miami Rabbi. He ^rgan^ the first
Beach, Ls tendered his resignation Hebrew Institute o\ Adu't Studws
to the congregation to be effective in the area, including in the (
riculum courses in the history of
the Jewish people, music, religion,
elementary and conversational He
brew and a class in English for the
foreign born.
Rabbi Mescheloff's daily classes
in the Talmud. Midrash and Mish-
Contlnued on Page 2 A
proper concern of all free men who
strive to create a world of equal
justice and equal freedom for all
mankind.
"The American people have fre-.
quently protested violations by the
Rumanian Government of the basic
human rights and freedoms of the
Rumanian people. We are con-
cerned with these violations not
only on moral grounds, but on legal
grounds as well, for in February |
1947 the Rumanian Government
signed with this country a Treaty
of Peace wherein it pledged itself
among other things to secure to all
persons under Rumanian jurisdic-
tion, without distinction as to race,
sex language or religion, the enjoy-
ment of human rights and of the
fundamental freedoms.
"In this most recent wave of per-
secution, Jewish leaders have been
imprisoned not because they have
violated any law. but simply be-
cause of their religion," President
Eisenhower declared. "The sen-
tence of these leaders of a defense-
less minority is a warning to others
that in Rumania today no man is
free to worship according to his
conscience.
"The Government of Rumania al-
ready stands accused before the
tribunal of world opinion for its
violation of human rights. By these
new acts it has proved again how

Big Three Warns Arabs and Israel
***; Moses Mescbefoff
reiifat after 17 years
as of September 1, 1954
Rabbi Mescheloff, immediate
past president of the Rabbinical!
Association of Greater Miami,
j presently plans to remain in Miami
Beach and serve the community
there as senior Orthodox Rabbi,
and will continue to perform all
Rabbinic functions. He will spe- .
tK^*1**" Economic Assistance Promises to be Reduced
Miami Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
cil.
A summa cum laude graduate of
. the College of the City of New
York and a member of Phi Beta
Kappa honorary society, Ranh'
Mescheloff was ordained by UK-
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem
inarv, known as Yeshiva Univer
sity. He was one of the youngest
graduates at the Seminary, with a
gold medal for scholarship, receiv-
ing his ordination at the age of a.
He came to Beth Jacob in 1937
when the congregation was build-
ing its synagogue structure on
Washington ave. and 3rd St.
The only Jewish congregation on
Miami Beach at the time. Beth Ja
Preside nt Eisenhower
. "profoundly aware"
justly its despotic rule deserves
the condemnation of all who low
freedom and justice." .
Principal speakers at the protest
meeting included Rep. Kenneth B.
Keating, Rep. Emanuel Celler, EU;.
Israel Goldstein, president of the
American Jewish Congress, and
Louis Segal, general secretary of
the Labor Zionist Order of Amer-
ica.
Rep Celler reported that he had
introduced a resolution in the
House calling upon the US Con-
gress to "express its condemnation
of the Communist Government of
Rumania for its persecution of the
Jews of Rumania and express its
abhorrence and revulsion of the
Continued on Page 12 A
WASHLNGTON (JTA)-Plans to
cut off economic aid to Israel the
next time that nation is found
guH v of an infraction by the Unit-
ed Nations truce supervision or-
ganization have been formulated
I the State Department andI com-
imlI11Cated to ft**\*J%**.
Charge d'Affaires of the U.S. Km
bah:" in I>r-1 who is in Washing-
ton for special consultation.
This contcmpiaicn aciwn will be
,h hv a declaration now be-
SeconsiSerea.1n which the United
Slates would join Britain and
France in a general warning to Is-
rael and the Arab states against
fresh violence. One purpose of the
warning will be to "calm Arab
fears of aggressive Israel expan-
sionism."
Another air: is to "reassure" Is-
real which is now very concerned
about an American arms arrange-
ment with Iraq and a pending grant
of U.S. arms to Egypt.
The three-power declaration
would reinforce and bring up to
date the tripartite guarantee of
1950. It would pledge the Western
Powers to immediately sever eco-
nomic and military assistance to
any nation found guilty by the
United Nations apparatus of of-
fending against truce regulations
It was indicated here by official
sources that a repetition of Kibya
or Nahalin would occasion the ter-
mination of American aid to Is-
rael.
Henry A. Byroade, Assistant Sec-
Continued on Page 2 A


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Big Three Warns Arabs, Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
retary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs, proposed the new declara-
tion at a secret meeting in Istanbul
in May with American diplomats i
assigned to Near Eastern countries, as totlows:
On his return from Istanbul. Mr.
Byroade stopped off in Paris and
London and urged that officials of
total United States contributions to total of governmental assistance,
the Arab states, including contribu- j direct, of $360 OOO.OOD. Now, to that
about
tions to the Arab refugee prograsn
through the United Nations,
amounted to $212,000,000 On the
Israeli side, he said, the record was
The technical assistance figure
is $6,000,000. ('.ran(economic at<1
totals $209,000,000. and the credit
the French and British Govern-1
ments join in this State Depart-.
merit-sponsored undertaking. Prior j
to the Istanbul meeting Mr By- {
roade secured approval for the'
plan from leaders of the Adminis-'
tration.
Assistance Decreased
American economic assistanOJo
Israel will this year be decreased
while aid to the Arab countries will,
be increased, it was learned here
following the publication of pre-,
viously-secret testimony given high
Stale Department officials ; ings held by the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee on (he Mutual Se-
curity Program.
from
taled
the Export-Import Bank to
$135,000,000 That gfvas ;.
[ one would add. perhaps.
$120,000,000 of bonds subscribed
by the local community. Israel In-
dependence bonds, and on top of
(hat. the contribution through the
United Jewish Appeal, which. I
think, a fair average would be. say
$50,000,000 a year.' for the' six
years. $300.000.000."
FRIDAY
Rabbi Mohph Mettehvloit tiiMI llvth
Jarob < <>nijn>t,tHi<>n After 17 *>
Continued from Pae 1 A
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cal and economic adviser in (he
sta(c Departments Bureau of Near
Eastern Affairs, and Assistant Sec-
retarj who told the committee that
American aid t" I>rael h.i exceed-
ed th.it previoualj given (he Arab
stales because the Israelis needed
urgent relief supplies whil
oping projects in (he Arab world
%WTC net ><( !
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Asked bj .1 member oi ihr com
whether the Arabs h .%
1 luse" t" fear Israi I Mr
said I think thai :: you
n i" c< n. in influential Israi li
-.:,. ... for
1 Both hi' and Mr Bj roade
strongl] advocated the l'i.
S(;it. -rnilm^ .inn- to Ir;ii| in or
t!i r In make (hi- Iraq Arm) .1 -t.i
bili7iri'j t.irrc' m ih- Middle East
Mr Gardiner told the committee
that the effect ol l mini States
;irni- ^hipmenN to Iraq "and (he
furnishing ol (he advice (ha( goes
with them" could be similar in (he
Ions run to the stabilizing effect ol
Bnti>h officer- in the Arab legion '
Jordan Mr Byroade said th;it
kej men of the State Department
ju>t returned from Iraq, had found
there new feeling of friendship
toward the United States '
Mr Gardiner reported that the
l{innl<'s|;i OK s
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I
Continued from Page 1 A
no particular reaervatioo; the
changes in definition and phr..~.
D which (he Bundestag legal
committee ha- made .ire under
I to be minor
It 1- reallj beyond belief thai
the Bnti-h and American govern
RH ni- should not have ratified this
il humanitarian treats, and thai
the American government should
even proclaim (ha( 11 1- not going
b do this. The longer (he-.' two
outside 1 he growing companj
of na1 ns it. oi course"; includes
Israel which bavi now acceded
to (he Genocide Convention, (he
worse il will be for them in (he
struggle for (he hearts and minds
of men which is so important in
these days of ideological conflict
I na durine (he winter months at
tract a regular attendance of hun
dreds of adult students from all
! parts of the country
Principal of the Beth Jacob Re
ligious School for (he past 15 years.
RabU Mescheloff has also been ex
! ecutive director of (he Beth Jacob
I Vaad Hakashruth A frequent
chairman of (he Rabbinical \--"
elation Court of Arbitration, the
Rabbi also serves as a famii> coun-
sellor.
Known as one of die bu.-ie-t spir-
itual lean of the area. Rabbi lies
cheloff found time for community.
..- well a- national, organi7ation.il
activities He served a- civilian
chaplain on Miami Beach during
the tirst two yean of World War
II. when Beth Jacob was open as
a servicemen'1 center for men of
all faiths
He w.i- one of those who -aw the
need ior and helped m the organ
ization ol the Greater Miami Jan
i-h Federation He was also one
1 the Committee ol Twentj which
d tin Miami Beach VMIIA.
now known at the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center
Rabbi Mescheloff i- president of
thi lewish National l-'und Council
"i South Florida, vice president
ol the Miami Beach I-rael Zionut
lUstrict. secrc(ary of (he Miami
:.' BCD I lergj Bureau, a pas( vice
president, now national executive
member of (he Rabbinical Council
of America, and a mernber of its
Education Commission and its Na-
tional Kashruth Council. He is al-
so a member of (he Religious Com-
mittee of the National Conference
of Christiana and Jews and a mem-
ber ol (he National Advisory Coun-
cil of Yeshiva University.
A co-editor of the 1954 puhlu-a
(ion of (he Sermon Manual of (he
Rabbinical Council of America.
Rabbi Mescheloff e> also author of
the text book. "Jewish Observance
and Celebration." used in many
Hebrew religious schooli in the
country
Rabbi and Mr- Mescheloff ha\e
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PAGE 3 A
ir Program Of Personal Liberties Urged
ATI A twelve point but to indicate in what position h*. solve the urgent prob-
Jmbining maximum pro-
[tlu- nation's internal se-
fairness to individual
htCAR
Lwora
and Freedom." released
ie American Jewish Com-
d re-pert! 'wwrirtnr
0rt Duds that neither the
Administration's security
bor the earlier loyalty pro-
solved the problem.
II a two-year evaluation
B problems in the United
84-page report was writ-
laurice J. Goldbloom, po-
ster and historian. It as-
Trious proposals dealing
Mapping, use of the Fifth
ent. Congressional investi-
Jeachers and Communism
\v and security in govern-
'private employment,
eword by Irving M. Engel,
fork, president of the AJC,
[that I he study was spon-
[his organization as a con-
towards a "clear under-
iot I he source and nature
pngers which actually con
! that world Commu-
grave threat to the free
pii a special internal dan-
United States, the report
|at "espionage is an essen-
rtum of all Communist
Ms at all limes." The Com-
pany in America is not
political party, it is "a
t> to commit illegal acts in
test of Soviet Russia," it
balance the risks" for
led States between "de-
uf its freedom by sub-
Irom within or assault from
'and the "smallest possible
Mice" with individual free-
report recommends:
|itation of government po-
to sensitivity should be
"of the hands of the se-
ifticers in each federal
(and instead vested in a
experts under the Civil
I Commission.
B&OSt sensitive positions
subject to exhaustive se-
PnveMigation. Freeing the
non-.sensitive government
om detailed investigation
liable a more thorough and
review of sensitive posts
(entity and loyalty hearings
[be conducted by boards
M of distinguished private
\ outside of government and
not subject to govern-
sure (Such boards might
linted by the federal courts.)
Bccutt-d in legislative or ad-
ptive proceedings should
pe right to counsel and to
ion of specific charges suf-
in advance to enable him
fare an effective defense,
mitigation should seek not
[to find out whether there is
Wion in which an employee
[represent a security risk,
to protect the identity of govern
ment agents. In such cases, the
report recommends the security
board should find some way of and
questioning the accuser, mnnll
Wiretapping should he permitted Z"Z ^ ^"S
federal law enforcement agencies problems posed In niona| secur
shnownC,hUarafdHeraf,U'r" i8,C,eriH,ty beC8U" j' '"-Ived very gov
shown that a federal enme ,s pro!,- eminent employee, many invesu-
Pointing out that the lovalty
program of 1947 -fell short" oi se-
curity requirements in some ways
"went beyond" these require
areas, it has at times been highly honestly held which is the most
of intellectual activ-
that avowedCommu-
also be barred from
trative positions in educa-
itutions lest they ','build
to prevent damage." up" their movements through pa-
ably being planned or committed.
"Wiretapping under judicial con
gallons, excessive administrative
Discussing legislative investiga-
tion into subversive activities, the
analysis deplores the fact that few
such inquiries have maintained
standards of fairness.
"Legislative investigations have
a valuable function to perform."
the report declares. "But they must
be conducted with fairness to all
concerned. In such proceedings.
effort and unnecessary hardship to any person against whom
trol would not interfere seriously individuals. The ,
2? 22ft d "'I' adop" program is er'"cized 'or the it
tion would remove whatever nor in which it is enforced ai
current security-
excuse now exists for illegal wire
tapping by government agencies"!
On the elementary and high
school level. Communists are view-
ed as unfit to teach social sciences,
history and any other subjects
"where indoctrination by slanting
and selection may be accomplished
far too subtly to permit its easy
proof."
The right to protection against
self-incrimination under the Fifth
Amendment should continue to be
saleguarded. But persons in po-
sitions, of trust have a special obli-
gation irrespective of their legal
rights to answer all relevant ques-
tions. (In sensitive employment,
"the privilege against self-incrimi-
nation has no place: a person un-
willing to place all his cards on
the table is unfit for a position of
trust.")
Federal legislation intended to
deal with the problems of subver-
sion should be directed primarily
against the conspiratorial activities
of the Communist Party in behalf
of the Soviet Union, and by indi-
vidual Communists, rather than
against advocacy or conspiring to
advocate various shifting Commu-
nist doctrines. (The report finds:
"The American Communist Party
is capable of doing and has done
substantial harm to the United
States. However, it 1las done so not
by its advocacy of any or all the
doctrines which it has at one time
or another espoused. bit by its
role as a secret conspiracy to com-
mit very specific acts.")
There should be no security tests
for non-sensitive private employ-;
ment. In sensitive private enter-
prises government should require
security procedures through pro-
visions in contracts similar to fair
employment practices provisions.
President Eisenhower should ap-
point a national commission, com-
posed of outstanding citizens to
study all facets of government se-
curity problems. "A thorough ex-
amination of all aspects of the
problem, as they affect govern-
ment policy, is urgently needed,-
the report says.
To counteract activities of
alarmists and demagogues, a new
central body, supported by leading
enforced and for
the vagueness of its standards.
Many of those dismissed under this
program were incorrectly classified
as "subversives," the report de-
clares.
"The need lor some type of se-
curity program is clear," Mr. Gold-
bloom's report to the American
Jewish Committee continues.
"Communist infiltration into gov-
ernment positions is now known to
be systematic and, in certain key
tions are brought should be given
a speedy and full opportunity to
refute them, including the oppor-
tunity to confront and cross exam-
ine his accuser.
"It would also be well if no
charges were aired at public hear-
ing until careful investigation had
indicated that they had a substan-
tial basis. Such investigation might
well include giving accused indi-
viduals an opportunity to refute
the charges against them. They
should have ample notice if they
are to be attacked publicly, so that
they have time to secure any ne-
cessary evidence in their defense."
The report points out that on the
university level a teacher's beliefs
become dangerous only when they
are hidden "as with most Com-
munists they are" and thus "in-
terfere with the free play of ideas
tronage and favoritism."
In an introduction to the report,
which deals with many questions
on which the AJC "has taken no
official position," Mr. Engel de-
clares:
"Because we Americans were
late in recognizing the existence of
a problem, we now tend to com-
pensate by overestimating its ex-
tent and seriousness. Because it
was so difficult to conceive of the
possibility that Americans might
betray their country in the inter-
ests of* a foreign power, some ot us
are now ready to suspect each other
without real reason. As n result,
then is a tendency to adopt means
of dealing with the problems which
are hasty, ill-considered, and dis-
proportionate to the ends to he
served.
"The danger exists that free dis-
cussion, on the basis of the demo-
cratic system, will be undermined
by the development of an atmos-
phere of intolerance, in which emo-
tion substitutes for reason and ac-
cusation for argument. There is
a very real danger that dissent to-
day may be confused with treason
a situation not only unfavorable
to dissent, but favorable to trea-
son."
Reverend's Sons Achieve Academic
Honors; Were Active in Miami Area
*Kv
Herbert Scfcer
Harvey Granted
BS With Honors
The University of Wisconsin has
granted a research fellowship to
Harvey Goldberg, who has just re-
ceived a BS de-
f yee cum laude
^ rom the Univer-
I iity of Miami.
H a r v ey has
;pent a full year
in Israel, where
he studied social
and e c o nomic
conditions, in ad-
dition to working
is a member of a.
kibbutz and trav-|
eling throughout
the country.
Upon his return to the United
States, he became interested in
food technology and completed a
four year course at the U of M in
two and one-half years.
Harvey, who is the son of Rev.
and Mrs. George Goldberg, is mar-
ried to the formerly Shirley Usdan-
sky, of Miami Beach. The couple
Harvey
Scher is New Beth
David President
Herbert E. Scher has been named
president of Beth David CoBCMf* ngVC ft by car for their new home
in Madison, Wis., where both will
continue their studies.
Harvey's researcn will i>e geared
toward the PhD degree. Mrs. Gold-
berg's field is dietetics. Both were
active in the Habonim movement,
and Harvev taught in several Re-
ligious Schools in the Miami area.
Ell (1^), past president of Temple Beth Sholom, pro-
ps Joseph Arkin with a plaque in honor of Arkin s service
&Ternple and the community. A member of theconstiuc-
enrmmiee and Beth Sholom vice president Xrkin was
"jmental Qmonq other leaders here in the laying ot me
Woton lor the new Beth Sholom sanctuary. Presentation
i"qde a' a recent "Foundation-Frolic."
tion during recent annual elections
held in the synagogue.
Others named are Sidney Lef-
court, first vice president; Louis
Heiman. second vice president;
Bert Sher. recording secretary;
Frank Rose, financial secretary; Ja-
cob Sher. treasurer; and Harry ai-
mons. assistant treasurer.
Board of Directors includes
Philip Abrams. Nathan Alexander.
SWnJy Aronovitz. Harry August.
Louie Bandel. Samuel Dickon
John Feller. Max Gettinger. Harry
Gordon. Max Handshu. Harvey Her-
man Abe Kasow. Dr. Roy Mack.
Ham Markowitz, Stanley C.Myers.
and Akiba Plager.
Sidney I'ozcn. Albert Quadow.
! Morris Rabinowitz. Edward Safer
LphSiegel.Dr.JackSe.tl.n.Sam
sSSin, Daniel Serott. Mitchell Sha-
poS Spector. Charles Sp.ng.rn.
Bernard A. Sterling. Jerome Stern
S SwnrU Jcrome VVe,nkle and
Julian Weinkle.
Cantata on Radio
The narrative contata "Akiba the
1 oa of Jew^h Education, and
^ *?,&
Goldstein.
Eugene Goldberg
Gets PhD Degree
Last week. Brown University of-
ficially conferred the Doctor of
Philosophy degree on Eugene Gold-
berg, son of Rev. and Mrs. George
G o 1 dberg, Mi-
ami.
Although exer-
cises are held at
Brown in June.
: Eugene actually
, attained the PhD
last September.
He subsequently
J became affiliat-
ed with General
Electric research
staffers at the GE
Pittsfield, Mass.,
laboratories.
Dr. Goldberg and his wife, the
former Frances Blaustein, of Mi-
ami, now reside in Pittsfield with
their one-year-old son. Earl.
Eugene received the BS degree
from the University of Miami sum-
ma cum laude in chemistry. A
teaching fellow at the University
of Ohio, he obtained the Masters
degree there.
The young chemist already has a
patent to his credit.
Eugene
JWV to Take Part
In Gables Services
As part of Know Your America
Week, the Coral Gables Post No.
'SlliatZiniin H Vliiis 243, Jewish War Veterans, will co-
vimi~>. operate with Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Irving Schatzman will be install-
ed as president of the Chicago Club
of Greater Miami on Sunday eve-
ning. June 20, 7 p.m., at the Clover
Club.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, will be installing offi-
cer.
Other officers are vice presi-
in making "Know Your America"
the theme of the religious services
at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter on Friday evening. June 18.
Rabbi Skop will speak on "Know-
ing Your America." Members of the
Post and the Ladies' Auxiliary will
be at the services wearing military-
caps. Post colors will stand near
the altar. The Ladies' Auxiliary will
ices.
class
Judy
dents Samuel Pearlman, Mrs. Jack i prepare and serve refreshments at
Winger and Mrs. Herman Stein- the Oneg Shabbat after the sen-
man: recording secretary, Mrs.
Benjamin Schanfald; financial sec-
retary. Abe Tunjck; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. 5yd Jarrett; and
treasurer, Sol Litvak.
Board of Governors are Mike
Kaplan, chairman, Maurice Cohn,
Svd Jarrett, Mrs. Clara Levy, Mrs.
Jack Rosen, Jack Rosen, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Ezra Finegold. Mrs. Jack
Ferdi, Samuel Greenfield, Mrs. S.
Pearlman.
Joseph Rabiner, Herman Stein-
man, Mrs. Jack Slavin, Jack Slavin,
Nathan Kantor, Morris Eisenberg
Two Lectures Slated at
Friends of Lively Arts
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts.
a project of the Miami Beach Rec-
reation Department, will present a
lecture-discussion on Friday, 8:30
p.m., at 2100 Washington ave., fea-
turing Dr. Mitchell S. Gordon in a
talk on: "HandwritingKey to the
Inner You."
Also appearing will be Miss
Claire Korda in a discussion of:
git. KS -Sow. Richard ~^^ljjE5; I "^lm o,
Kosch. Ellen Bolker and Sandra | ^ y,^ ^ ^^ Neuman
Schreidell

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OFTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephone. 21141 -2-8212
Friday. June 18. 1954
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Vo,ume 28 Number 25
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor__________________Swm 17,_5714_______________
U.S. Serves One-Sided Warning
This week, Washington came forward with
a series oi moves affecting Israel that repre-
sent muddled reasoning on the part ol our
leadership to say the least.
To begin with, the State Department has
made it clear that the U.S. will no longer toler-
ate the atmosphere of tension now reigning
in the Middle East. This, it seems to us. is a
noble position for our leadership to take. But
the suggested implementation of that stand and
the subsequent moves made to emphasize it
leave much to be desired.
State Department officials indicated that
they are ready to warn both Israel and the
Arab League that the continuation of the cli-
mate of tension and further infraction ol the
Armistice of 1948 would elicit American dis-
favor. The fact remains, however, that this was
no more than a polite method of telling the
Jewish State it should be prepared for spiritual
blackmail.
The price of continued U.S. friendship to-
ward Israel, the State Department actually
means, is a benign policy toward Arab hostili-
ty. Another Kibya or Nahalin incident. Wash-
ington virtually warns, will mean the cessation
of Foreign Operation Aid funds to the young
republic.
Playing a principal role in this shortsighted
reasoning has been the youthful and often im-
pulsive Assistant Secretary of State Henry A.
Byrocde. whose trip throuqh the Near East is
teaching him about as much as a similar tour
taught his chief, John Foster Dulles, last year.
Mr. Byroade qave his home office to under-
stand that such a revised policy toward the
Jewish State would serve to allay the injured
feelings of the Arab Leaque. Moslem leaders,
Mr. Byroade implies. w:ll be less inclined to
express fears of "Zionist expansion" with a
stiffening U.S. attitude so far as Israel is con-
cerned.
But it is clear from all of this that Washing-
ton's original "impartiality" vis-a-vis the Near
East was no more than a disguise for an un-
warranted attack against the Jewish State.
Capitol Hill leaders have qone into no such
detail regarding similar plans to excoriate the
Arab League in the event of a possible infrac-
tion of the Armistice Agreement on its part.
Rabbi >l4's Rabbi Moses Meschelotf has resigned from
the pulpit of Congregation Beth Jacob after 17
years of spiritual leadership there.
We are certain the entire community will
feel this loss. It is gratifying for us to note that
the Rabbi presently plans to remain in Miami
Beach.
His record of service to the area is a notable
one. In addition to the many local and na-
tional posts of a civic nature that Rabbi
Mescheloff has held, he is also a key figure
in numerous organizations representing the
Rabbinate.
Such accomplishment can go a long way
toward enhancing Greater Miami's spiritual
and cultural growth in the future. We know
that Rabbi Mescheloff will continue to give us
the benefit of this accomplishment as he has
in the past.
May we join with the rest of the community
in wishing Rabbi Mescheloff well. His record
of 17 years of devoted leadership to Beth Jacob
represents a goal of duty fulfilled toward which
we may all aspire.
Nor have these leaders made mention of the
Moslem role played in the Near Eastern cold
war.
There is the cold acceptance of Kibya and
Nahalin as Israel-inspired incidents, without
sympathy for retaliation carried out at the point
of exhaustion; there is the unreasoned insist-
ence upon refusing to study the possibility of
fraudulent evidence in the Nahalin affair. There
is the stubborn failure to discuss the Scorpion
massacre carried out by Arab marauders.
As we see it, Washington's warning this
week to both Israel and the Arab League mere-
ly sums up to this: the State Department must
get tough with the Jewish State in order to
strengthen its friendship with the seven-nation
bloc and will do that as per Mr. Byroade's
prescription even if it means picking a fight
with the doughty young republic.

Awcde to Pressure
The announcement by Mr. Henry Byroade,
Assistant Secretary of State, that Foreign Op-
eration Aid funds to Israel will be significantly
decreased next year projects from Washing-
ton's "impartial" warning regarding its future
policy and the Near Eastern cold war.
The decision to cut FOA assistance to the
Jewish State could have been made graciously,
did the facts in the case warrant such a move.
But the brutal manner in which Mr. Byroade
informed Israel officials of our government's
proposed budget for the Near East clearly dem-
onstrates that he acted less out of conviction
than as a result of diplomatic necessity.
If Mr. Byroade and the State Department had
previously and reasonably arrived at this mon-
etary policy, then what was the point in the
malicious warning to Israel several days ago?
Unfortunately the cut in aid to Israel will
bung an increase in assistance to the Arab
nations. Behind this is the fact that Mr. Byroade
cites Israel's annual "income" from the United
Jewish Appeal. Bonds of Israel and other fund
raising and loan efforts as a fundamental rea-
son for whittling away FOA monies. These,
he has informed the State Department, add up
to considerably more than the Arab League
receives from the U.S.
How far will Messrs. Dulles and Byroad* go
in this game? The constantly changing gov-
ernments in the Near East have as yet failed
to teach them anything, except that they must
accede to Arab demands. This, principally,
lies at the bottom of the current Near Eastern
imbalance.
^v^v^'^-wvvv
Owing The Week.. .a. ,
y LEO MINDLIN
OUR OWN HYSTERIA MAKES u
more surely into the quicksand of conform.!, """I
Monday. Present Eisenhower signed a bill ** *
God" Into the pledge of allegiance to the i'^'"'*l
uld strengthen the spiritual J^***,
try's most powerful resource-
that this would strengthen the spiritual weaJ ^J
be our country's mosl powerful resource/' ""''*
I am put in mind of an old Profeanr of r
Medieval Germanic Literature in wh.....c|a T*J".
of a year. He was more than could he jmp,iwj \*J*
title coldly printed in the university cataloeu. VT.'
si
set to work at the task of redeveloping"the~jJL9
who were the talents wri.r< K '. I*, Kreut*rI
clination toward the philosophy of aesthetics hp
us seemingly impossible tasks His students'who
who were the talented writers, he cajoled in
Shakespeare and Hebbel.
I remember discovering a classmate of mine who..
ited oil portraitist, faithfully carrying out the !
urged upon him by our Professor. At the Metrowh
< > a\!iii \' ._lr L> ^ ^. a i i
talented
litm I
in New York, he sat on a high stool one Saturday
landscape of Spanish paintings before him.
There on his easel was a reconstruction of GoyYn
achievement. The conclusion to these experiments
of interesting hypotheses. One of these, of course wui
for objects of art must be based neither on the pas&aa.
nor solely on psychological conditioning The other vf
accomplishment must be measured in terms of the age
accomplishment was produced.
WITH RESPECT TO THE FIRST, the Professor U
that not all poems, plays and musical compositions are"
say. I. and certainly many others. tDscorered that wor_
and "orchestral gems" which had been foisted upon u>b>i
grade and high school teachers as representing the m|
ment in the arts were in reality mediocre and often doi
monstrosities. It became clear that those who forced th
on us were themselves mediocrities and that they hadi
the hearsay with which they were, to begin with, imbued.
Thus, many Shakespeare comedies despite our t
that unquestionable genius went down the drain.;
healthy revaluation. Numerous English poems we hall
to look upon as the high point in attainment were alsoi
by the new criticism. So, too, was it with the Germans-i
would not be accused of bigotry.
The "orchestral gems" to this day I abhor and villa)]
though they remain the solid basis for most musk "a;
courses.
WITH RESPECT TO THE SECOND matter, the
aesthetic accomplishment in terms of the age fn which it en
we learned that if a Dickens novel is now nn longer valid kij
we rebel in the face of a deceptive simplicity or naivete. !'
Dickens, the artist, lost his truth but that our own era hall
ceased bein%a function of the world he observed.
All of this is by way of saying that the constitution offj
can similarly be regarded as a work of art It would also I
the eighteenth century philosophical enlightenment tnavf
derived. As I see it. we must find it except for the valued
of didactic response experienced in mj German Profeaorif
many years ago totally unrewarding to set about changsM
left us by craftsmen skilled in their work The student ttol
to redevelop the Beethoven sonata certainly came up itM
great achievement. Those who attempted to rewrite Shakr"
Hebbel, and the heroic fellow at the museum, all metwitki
tration. But to the enduring credit of their Professor, they I
artistic achievement must remain unchallengable a
and conditioning.

EVEN SO IS IT WITH OUR constitution If il mk'
on these bases, then it deserves the fate of revaluation j
those who tamper with its fringe, fearing th.' resolute ceea|
I the title of fool or despot With respect to time, the aw
, fared well, riding high on the crest of ill flexibility in wp
j Clause XVIII Its elasticity has permitted many amemawj
quent retractions thereof, where found necessary
No! *d\
<**! in Mti.u ii"in iiirinii, "iiui *** ------------- .
exigencies of the specific age in which it was written.
is as valid for us today as ever before.
With respect to psychological conditioning. Sena"**?
Carthys challenge of the Fifth Amendment and ^^T.1
live without more resistance than he has in fact, rece i
reverence is not f dominant characteristic in this regara.
constitution, as well as the philosophies upon wnicn a*j
tinues to withstand, aesthetically and legally, the e~J
The separation of church and state is a P"""^^ _
tional tradition one protected fully by tf.e BUI 0I ~*"tkJ
tion Mr. Eisenhower signed Monday is an invasion ^ u\
citizen's privacy and the constitution at large ",b ^-^
that children in tbeir schoolrooms will henet-fonn h ^
lion's dedication "to the Almighty" I regard w.tn
I have no doubt that, at some time in thf, f"*^fSe aajfj
red unconstitutional. The document wil
ment. For. within the framework of Mr EisM
declared unconstitutional. The document will sur*. 3^
ment. For. within the framework of Mr KlsCn,h.0*"ama|
there must inevitably arise the question as to tn^"ri|
IT'S UKE OLD TIMES AGAIN I
"" "IU IIKVIHUl) nose lire >4v-"-"- rtiU0U
province of God and the public schools role in *^j
I must also, inevitably, bring to the fore the m ^^
Americanism of the individual whose c"n"c'e"'^_ake the
enment of the Bill of Rights, will force him 1<^
I Allegiance with reservations so far as the phrase
oerned.

THE CENTRAL TRAGEDY LIES IN the fact that
reduced to emphasizing our spiritual suPer,''r"> that >OT
Communism by enacting laws designed to bul1^" ^tualb;
this regard, time and psychological conditioning
in reverse. f|f
For we have thus arrived at an era where a ^
intellectual accomplishment of the Founding ra ^g
stitution clearly shows, felt no need to 'firm ^ aiak**
cept by affirming their respect for the dignity ^ g
Dignity breeds individuality, but conformity <> WhrfffJI
1 This apparently begins with concerted Hosann M
images will next crawl forth from Washing- ^itM
' feeaor could foresee all through inverted reasoning


IE 18. 1954
iftberg and
PodnosWcd
fcning. 7:30 p.m., was
|hc marriage rites at
ftucia Steinberg and
. Were bride' and
fc-wed Mrs. Podnos is
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jin s\V 12th ave.
J parents are Mr. and
t>,lno>. 150 SW 49th
, was held in Beth
eg'ation, with Rabbi
spiritual leader, offi-
l the bride's white
le and tulle gown fell
Her illusion veil was
Iglh and she carried a
Cyered Bible topped by
failej and a white
r attendant was Mrs.
|chnlt/. She wore an
[,)Uii over taffeta and
llonial bouquet of pink
Ids wore Janet Lip-
jtt> Rosenbach, Rose
mil) Silvcrman. Their
, i i.luc tulle over taf-
tck. in orchid tulle over
Eower girl. She carried
rimmed with ribbons
er dress.
,. Weinstein was best
truest Lipschultt, ring
Be attended David In-
edical I'chnology and
kii> nt Miami. She com-
Iprofe&sional training at
Hospital, where she is
kyed Mr I'odnos gradu
he College of Pharmacy
Kir tj il Florida. He is
of Ilu' American and
ftarmaceutical Associa-
tion followed the cere-
lie Beth David recreation
Board to Hold
Meeting Monday
meeting of the Board of
|of the Bureau of Jewish
Will be held at the
pildiMi: mi Monday, June
ML
Bda "ill include formal
il the By-Laws of the
consideration of Sunday
tchi-i-s' end.' of practice,
deration of the revised
pehers' code of practice.
Jchwart/.man. executive di-
lill report briefly on the
Inference of the National
pi Jewish Education held
krlphia in May.
enter Official to Speak
i luncheon meeting of Mi-
Ih B'n.ii B'rith Lodge will
Tuesday, .lune 22, 12:15
line Ritz Plaza Hotel. Dr.
Beam, secretary-treasurer
international Cultural and
Center, will be guest
+3utn^w~-
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs Alvin P. Rose, lm
Angeles, Cat., announce the birth
"f their daughter, Deborah Louise
on June 8 Mr- K
|s(
-.'-( is (he former
Jacqueline Ann Davidson, daugh-
tei ofMrnd Mrs Louis Davidson,
70 sw 30th rd Miami Paternal
grandmother is Mrs. Louis W Har-
ris, of Key Largo, Fla.
Dr and Mrs, Leo M. Levin, 825
Fairway dr., announce the birth or
their third daughter, Adrienne
Dale at Mount Sinai Hospital on
Mrs. Barton Podnos
Delegates Represent
Branches at Convention
Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild represent-
ed the Ben Gurion Branch and Saul
Ashkenazy, the Bialic Branch, at
the 18JJ1 annual convention of the
Farband Labor Zionist Order re-
cently held in Montreal. Canada.
According to the delegates, ses-
sions were held in Yiddish, with
the exception of one program deal-
ing with the observance of the Ter-
centenary of Jewish life in Amer-
ica.
Siime 12 couples attended a June
! surprise party honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Max I.evin. 411 82nd ter..
: Miami Beach, on the occasion of
the couple's 42nd wedding anniver-
sary.
' -
\ acationing at Duncraggan Inn.
Hendersonvilie, N C, are Mr. and
Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. 2701 SW 4th
ave : Mr. and Mrs. .lack Burk. 2061
SW 5th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sha-
piro, 63 SW 31st rd.. and children
[vy and Steven; Mr. and Mrs. David
Roth, 9273 Byron ave.; Mr. and Mrs
Benno B. Webster and daughter
Blondine. 1505 SW 15th st.; and
Mrs. Ruth Guthman, 158 South
Shore dr.
it & -
Chuckie Kosenblum welcomed
his new brother. Lawerence Neal,
on June 3. They are the sons of
Mr and Mrs. Leon S. Kosenblum.
I'aterson. N.J.. and the grandsons
of Mrs. Isidor I.ach and the late Mr.
Lach, 574 NE 94th St.. Miami
Shores. Mrs. Ro.tcnblum is the for-
mer Paula Lach.
H tit It I'lift* llttuls
Teacher*' liroup
Mrs. Ruth Uliss ha* been nam> d
president of the Hebrew Teachers'
Association of Greater Miami.
Other officers elected at a meet-
ing of the association held recently
in Knessoth Israel Congregation in-
clude David Friedman, honorary
president: Malke Robbins. first
vice president; Dr. Joseph Hurwitz.
second vice president; Joshua Stad-
lan. secretary; and Ethel Saft,
treasurer.
Members of the executive board
include Louis Gadon. past presi-
dent, Tzvi Rosenkranz. Rebecca
Kelemer, George Goldberg. Bathia
Stadlan and Rebecca I.ipson.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, chairman of the project for blind school
children of the National Council of Jewish Women, is shown
accepting a check from Mrs. Martin Fine, a member of the
committee. The check was sent to Mrs. Fine by Guilford
Glaser, of Knoxville, to purchase a tape recorder for use in
recording children's stories for the blind pre-school group.
I.- **^i:*^*-T-v>3*
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub
has again been named head
of the Mothers' March on
Polio. Announcement of the
appointment Saturday marks
the fifth consecutive year that
Mrs. Weintraub will chair the
county-wide drive to raise
funds for the fight against the
dread disease.
9est graduate
"garten class
of
the
"garten class at Bay-
_ Private School is Ava
k*"aner. four and one-
pear old daughter of Dr.
f8 Alvin F. Gardner.
F* were held on June
*a also received the
**" of Honor for per-
^ndance at cloeing mx
* Beth El Congrega-
fey School here.
Proceeds for Children
Mrs Rachel Sakowitz. newly
elected president of Dov Chapter.
Mizrachi Women, and Bessie Rosen-
berg will sponsor a luncheon and
card party on Tuesday noon June
22, at the home of Mrs Sakowitz.
1533 SW 3rd st. Proceeds are tor
the children's village in Rannana.
Israel.
Adult Social Group to
Elect Officers Saturday
Installation of newly .li,;;ed'.fnf
cers of the Adult Social Groupi of
Se Greater Miami Jewish .immu-
nity Center will be held,atj. W
ner-Dance in the Ocean. Ranch Ho
tel on Saturday. June 19 7 P_m
Bernard Segal will install the fol
lowing officers:
Ruth Rosenthal, president. Zeda
Rose and Seigfried Beff'^S
presidents: Leah Kuenatler.rec**
"* T^iSSST S rvTng
responding secretary. "
Saal, treasurer.
Dancing until 1 a.m. wiU foliow
the dinner and installation.
Scholarship Winners
Announced Here
Greater Miami and Florida Zion-
ist Youth Commission announced
this week names of the young peo-1
pie who have been awarded schol-
arships to Zionist camps this sum-
mer. ,,
Chosen to attend Camp Tel Ye-
hudah. national Young Judaea
camp, located in Barryville. N. Y.,
are Susan Bisgeier. Learsi Senior
Judaea; Deena Serotta. Ben Zvi
Senior Judaea; and Stuart Fabric.
Attending the Regional Leaders;
Institute in Hendersonvilie, NC
are Tamar Mamches and Harriet
Solloway. .
Stanley Saal. president of the
University of Miami chapter of,
IZFA. was chosen to attend the
Summer-in-Israel six week In-
stitute.
Rabbi Shapiro Honored
Rabbis of Greater Miami ten-
dered a surprise luncheon in honor
S Rabbi Max Shapiro on Friday
ass^ asses
Shapiro._______________
Jewish Home Residents
To Mark Fathers'Day
Nelson. ... ^ arranged
The afternoon will *
bl "^HosU5 are
chairman. Hosts *
H. and Mrs. Moms Zitttt.
Mrs. Stanley Myers, installing officer at the recent meeting
of trie Miami Division, Greater Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, i* shown with Mrs. Leon Kaplan, incom-
ing president, as Mrs. Kaplan accepts the gavel from Mrs. Na-
thaniel Levin, retiring president oi the group. Installation was
at a luncheon meeting jon_June l_in the Columbus Hotel.
Boating, Little Theater
Added to Camp Simchah
Camp Simchah. the new Jewish-
American day camp at the Florid-
ian Hotel, has expanded its facili-
ties by purchase of a large Key
West fishing skiff which will take
children cruising and fishing on
the bay, according to an announce-
ment this week.
Boat trips will also be made to
a special island, where the older
children will experience "a true
camping adventure." Instruction
in woodcraft, tent pitching, rope
tying and study of marine life will
be included.
Another addition to the camp is
a little theatre group, to be coach-
ed by a well known dramatic in-
structor. "Children will be encour-
aged to create their own plays as
well as participate in producing
many well known skits," camp di-
rectors explained. An outdoor the-
atre has been erected on Camp Sim-
chah's grounds overlooking Bis-
cayne Bay.
These new features are in addi-
tion to the full program of ath-
letics, swimming in Simchah's salt
water pool. Israeli dancing, square
dancing, arts and crafts, as well as
remedial classes in English and He-
brew subjects for children who
need special help over the sum-
mer.
The camp also includes a toy
store, where camp membership en-
titles the child to select any toy
or game he desires.
Directors of the camp are Shu-
shsTmah Spector, Malcolm Furman,
"alarjorie Ent and Gertrude FalUcJt.
Michael Politick
Michael Posnick to
Be Bar Milzvali
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Posnick, will become Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services
of Beth Jacob Congregation at 8.W
a.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Aaron Weingar
ten rendering the musical portions
f AreSon will follow in the so-
cial hall of the synagogue
Michael is a student at Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School and at-
tends Beth Jacob Religious School-


PAGE 6. A
Ann Brick, James HonigbaumWed
The Versailles Hotel was the
ne of a wedding on June 6. Sun-
y, 1 p.m. between Ann Esther
Brick, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
\ clue Bnckt 1036 Lenox ave and
lies Honigbaum. son of Mr and
:rs. Morris Honigbaum. 816 Ve>l
Mb st. Babbi Irving Lehrman offi
i ted at the double ring ceremony.
3e~t man was Howard Grumer
I .omsman was Irving Getzug.
- Irving Getzug was bridesma
t: n for her sister. Bridesmaid was
E:aine Aaronson.
Uoth attendants wore pale blue
crystalette dresses and earned
shower bouquets of pink carnations
and blue delphinium*.
The bride selected a gown of
white embroidered nylon tulle.
wall*lenf||i. *,th fitt*d Wjf
longsYev** coming*toa.wnst point
and boaflant skirt of embroidere*
i.vlon over pleated tulle
Her fingertip French illusion veil
was attached to an heirloom cap of
duchess lace. She carried orchids
and stephanotis on a Bible given
to her on her confirmation day at
Temple Emanu F.l
Mrs Brick chose a cocktail gown
of grav lace over flesh-colored taf-
feta complemented by a corsage
of While Orchid- Mr- Honigbaum
won cocktail gown of pale blue
UtteUL with matching accessories
and white orchids
Both the bride and groom are
graduates of Miami Beach High
School The bride attended the L'ni-
ver-itv of Miami for three years
and will complete her aenior year
at the National College of Educa-
tion. Chicago. Ill While at the Uni-
versity of Miami, she wa- a mem
bet of Alpha F.psilon Phi sorority,
Kappa Delta Pi. national education
honorary societ>
Mr Honigbaum received hi- BA
a! Harvard University In
September, he will enter medical
school al Northwestern University
H. i- ., member of the Harvard
Club
Shirley,firuoks Given En^agemZ 3
By Lawrenee Brant; To \Ve* C *J
At the home of Shirlev Bmok. u&ul
Mrs. lack Kickltr
Kichlcrs Honcvmoon
In Colorado
ne I
"n June 13 in
5 3u p r ... I ,-mple
Lehrman,
r, officiated
m daughter <>f Mr
rs Martin Frank. 142 \W
d pi The groom's parent- are
an i Mr- Morn- Kichler, of
Dtpa Fla
Ma I of honor was Hiss F.tta
bier, sister of the groom The
--- Eleanor Baakin, Rene El
jr.ii Evelyn Neibwg were
de-maid-.
The bride's brother. Sam Frank.
ted a- hi- brother-in-law*! best
n
Newtywed Mr- Kichler attended
L'nlverait) of Florida and the
Iversit) of Miami, where she be-
lged to Delta Phi Kpsilon social
onty.
Miss Maria KrongoW Becomes Mrs. Gale
in Candlelight Rites; Wears Nylon Tulle
At an 8.30 p m candlelight cere-
mony on Saturday evening in the
- Hotel, lilsa Maria Beth
ild, daughter of Mr. and
Mr- Saul Knmgold 1611 Penn-
->hania ave. became the bride of
Edward Mnrraj Gale, son of Mrs.
Hannah Gale, 1577 Pennsylvania
a\e and the late Jacob Gale
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of the
North Shore Jewish center, offi-
ciated The bride was given in
marriage by her father.
Best man was Martin Eiblo. Maid
of honor was Barbara Gale. Jack
Kiongold and In* in Samuels acted
a- ushers.
The bride selected a gown of
white nylon tulle over blush pink,
with off-shoulder neckline outlined
by imported Swiss applique flow-
its. seed pearls and bridal sequins.
The bouffant skirt edged with
pleated nylon tulle wa- also outlin-
ed by Swiss applique flowers. She
carried baby white orchids on a
Bible trimmed with lilly-of-the-val-
ley
The bride i- a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Florida Mr Gale
graduated from a New York high
school and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is associated
with Thomson & McKinnon. stock
At the home of Shirley Brooks
Sher parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lew
1 Brooks. Lawrence 1. Brant
slipped an engagement ring on
Shirley's finger. The cuuple are
both students attending different
universities.,
Relatives mMK few close friends
gathered ar*t* bride-elect's resi-
dence, 11C flW 40th ave.. to -wish
them well. They have set their
wedding date as August 28.
Shirley attended and graduated
from Miami Senior High School,
where she was a member of the
chorus, vice president of the Good
Samaritans, president of the Dade
County Librarians Assistants Asso-
ciation, member of National Foren-
sic League. National Thespians So-
ciety and was chosen as Stingaree
Sweetie.
She is attending the University
of Miami under a scholarship and
is a member of Alpha Lambda Del-
ta, women's honorary freshman so-
ciety, and Sigma Lambda Phi.
women's service sorority. The
bndeelect majors in education.
Larry is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Benjamin Brant. 2475 SW 21st st.
He graduated from Miami Senior
High School and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. While at pre
med school here, he belonged to
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary
society. Beta Beta Beta, biology so-
ciety. Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-
med society, and was named by
the latter as the outstanding pre-
med student of the year.
He is now a dental student at
the University of Maryland Dental
School and is a member of the
Alpha Omega professional dental
fraternity
He is on the executive board of
this fraternity and belongs to the
Gorgaa Odontologfeal Honor So-
ciety. He is Knight of Pythias.
Roosevelt Lodge No. 177 and a
Dokie.
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I
nard ('llese and isil
pa She formerly wai l
the New York HeraM,
Dr Reiser is the soa>
Mr- Harr) Reiser. Ufri
a\- Miami Beach.
Ht received hb I
the University of!
MD from the I'niver.
Dr Rei-er ii now a i
chiatrs at Kings Cuuayl
New York
Dr. Reiser. Phi Beta
Kappa Graduate
Wed in New York
Dr. Albert I. Reiser and Miss Inez
Schapiro were married in Le Cha-
teau of the Savoy Plaza on Sunday.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the couple will live In New York
The former Miss Schapiro is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacques J
Schapiro. New York. She was grad-
uated magna cum laude from Bar
I *
i.f
*v;

Mrs. /Aart I. Hbar'
Arttmoir
Mrs. Ummti BsWH Clt
The groom, now in the U.S. brokers
. my, attended the University of A reception for family and
I >rida His fraternity was Tau friends followed at the Empress
Ion Phi. Hotel After an extended honey
A reception and dinner i.illowedmoon in New York and Sun Valley.
I ciemony at the Monte Crlothe couple will live in Miami
r. tel. Tne couple IK tunes moon- Beach.
a i : (. dorado. Both mothers selected blush pink
Deutschmans Reveal
Paula's Engagement
Mr and Mrs Richard Deutsch-
rr.an. of 1481 Bay rd.. Miami Beach.
:.r.nounced the engagement of their
.. ughter. Paula, to Lawrence Plot-
kin.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
i Rockaway High School and at
aded Queens College for one year
11 fore moving to Miami Beach She
it a member of the Miami Unit of
J. nior Hadassah.
Mr. Plotkin is the son of Mr.
-1 Mr- Sol Plotkin. 1120 Penn-
vanla ave. He attended De Witt
1 inton High School. Bronx, New
'. irk, and was a graduate of the
College of New York, where
was a member of Phi Alpha fra-
rnstv.
i'lotkin served with the United
ites Army Air Corps and is now
K-iated with the accounting
m of Spear & Sheldon. Miami
I ach He is also a member of the
" ami Beach Junior Chamber of
C mmerce.
An August 22 wedding is plan-
ned, and the couple will make their
h me in Miami Beach
waltz length gowns complemented
i by orchid corsages The maid of
honor selected a pink nylon tulle
gown with fitted bodice, off-should-
er effect and handkerchief skirt
of shaded pink. She carried a
colonial bouquet.
Out of town guests included Mr.
and Mrs Herman Lisowitz. John-
ston. Pa : Mr and Mrs Chas. Liso-
witz and daughter. Rochelle. John-
ston. Pa : Mrs. Lester Newman.
Washington. Pa ; Mrs. Morris Sam-
uels and son. Irwin. Uniontown,
Pa.; Mr and Mrs J N Kronick.
I'nionlown. Pa; Mrs. Rose Cohen,
Waterbury. Conn ; Mrs Sam Fried-
kin. ( hicago, III ; Mr and Mrs
Leon Gordon, New York City; Mrs.
Herman Leff, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr.
and Mr- Lewta Joseph. New York
City; Mr and Mrs. Mendel Gordon.
New York City; and Mrs Milton
Brody, Indianna. Pa.
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Miss RuthClein is
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Mis Buth Clein. bndeelect of
Jack Lubin. was guest of honor at
a bridal shower given by her aunts.
Mrs. Reuben Clein and Mrs. Ben
Clein, at the home of the Ben
Cleins. 4360 SW 1st st on Wednes-
day evening. June 9.
Attending the party were mem-
bers of the family, including her
grandmothers. Mrs M Scheinberg
and Mrs William Clein.
Ruth is planning to be married
during the month of August. The
groom has been assigned to report
to the Air Corps following their
wedding.
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.Spondcr
tiifui Mother of Pearl
Ms worn by Mi** Slain*
urn at her wedding on fci
"Myron J. Sponder in
Herd Restaurant.
|e\ parents are Mr. and j
kn Wolfson. 226 Antiquera I
L Gables. Rabbi Irving
I officiated. Mr. Sponder
of Mr and Mrs. Terry
1005 9th St., Miami
je wore a gown of chan-
JToVcr nylon tulle., with a
ffkirt. Her head piece was
trown tiara, and she car-
f white orchids over a min-
lble
fandra Wolfson, sister of
was maid of honor. Her
, pastel, of ballerina-
nd she carried a bouquet
b.-es.
tn Wolfson, the bride's
was best man. Ushers
kr.ley Epstein, Jack Polan,
tpit. Sanford Rattner, Saul
Sheldon Schlessinger,
1 Sponder. Raymond Spon-
| Harvey Wolfson.
Mown guests included Mr.
Nathan Srlverman, Miss
girder. Mrs. Minnie Segal,
huel Weinstein, Mrs. Min
ban. Mr- Ben Brenner and
Mr- Isadore Levine.
Bponder is attending the
bty ol Miami Law School.
juir return from a honey-
i Boston and New York, the
frill reside ;.i 1005 Qih st.,
leach.
PAGE 7 A
Rings, Brides, Nuptual
Silver Weds
fcal Student
ring slipped onto
Ith Silvers' left hand by Sen-
dee was the same wedding
at his father used for that
i many years ago. '
wdding ceremony was per-
| at 5 p.m. Sunday by Rabbi
jfescheloff in the garden of
iritual leader's home. The
i given in marriage by her
and father, Mr. and Mrs.
Iirry Silver. 130 SW 23rd
Mil.
|ire an ice oiue chantilly
tulle ballerina-length
b-ith portrait neckline filled
illusion Her elbow-length
[tended from a matching
Bhi carried white orchids on
i Oberstein of Detroit served
I tf honor She chose a sum-
rock of pastel and carried
|ir.t: summer flowers in cas-
ouquet. Mrs. Leonard Merlin,
Kdegroom's sister of Warner
p. Ga., was matron of honor.
ring as best man was Mr. Mer-
freception followed at Rabbi
jif if s home. The couple will
' at the same address as the
fs family when they return
'their honeymoon until they
Ne Orleans. '
firmer Miss Silver gradu
from Shenandoah Junior High
Bami Senior High School. Mr.
fve was graduated from the
psity ol Miami in 1943. He
as a lieutenant in the Navy
|is now a medical student at
P in New Orleans.
ROOM and BOARD
WANTED
Private family for elder
Iaa who is In good
!&. S. W. Section. Writ.
G Box 2973, Miami 18.
'' AH OccmImi
30 CMOt r
HACK A WHITE
on
ayers
Victor of i,.ii]ii'nii' Kluillu
Mrs. ff.yron 1. Sponder
Goldsteins to Live
In New York City
Miss Susan Sheila Wahach be-
Z2E& kM R0bert Gold^inTn
a candlelight ceremony at 6 p.m
on June 13. Rabbi Morris Skop
spiritual ,eader of Coral c2E
Jewish (enter, officiated at the
ntes held in the garden of the
bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win Wallach, 3310 Durango, Coral
Gables,
Mr. (ioldstein is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, Brook-
lyn, N.Y,
Maid of honor was Miss Dorothy
f-ishman, gowned in mauve nyl
net and bouffant skirt of
of ruffles.
The bridal gown was of chantilly
lace over satin. The bouffant skirt
included layers of nylon tulle ruf-
fles at the edge.
Attending the groom was Mich-
ael Goldstein, his brother, as best
man Ushers included M. K. Wal-
lach, brother of the bride, from
San Antonio, Tex., and the groom's
other brother. Pvt. Arthur Gold-
stein, Camp Gordon, Ga.
Newlywed Mrs. (Ioldstein attend-
ed Washington University at St.
Louis, where she belonged to Sig-
ma Delta Tau sorority, and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The groom graduated from Penn
State College and received his law
degree at New York University.
His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Mrs. M. Bsberf Goldstein
Rosenzweigs to Live
In Pittsburgh Where
Groom is Student
The families of Sandra Y.'cinman
and Herbert J. Rosenzweig wit-
nessed the double ring ceremony
which united the couple in mar-
riage on Tuesday, June IS; at the
Delmonico Hotel.
' A dinner followed the ceremony
which was performed by Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El
spiritual Jeader.
Mrs. Irwin A. Schafer, of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., was her sister's only
attendant. The groom's brother,
Richard Rosenzweig, served as best
man.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Weinman, of North
Bay rd. and Pittsburgh. She attend-
ed the University of Miami and
was graduated this month from the
University of Pittsburgh, School of
Education.
The groom, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Aired Rosenzweig. Pitts-
burgh, was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh and is pres-
ently a junior in the University's
School of Medicine.
The couple will reside in Pitts-
burgh.
mentary education. She was a mem-
ber of Future Teachers of America
and now teaches the fourth grade
in Coral Gables Elementary School.
Mr. Roscoe also is a Miami High
School graduate and attended the
University of Miami, where he was
advertising manager of the Globe-
He served with the Army Finance trotter
Center in St. Louis. | He is assistant production man-
A dinner and reception followed ager of Burdine's advertising de-
in the garden. Out-of-town guests partment and is a member of the
included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown 51st Division National Guard band,
and Mr and Mrs. B. Kliban. Wash
lington, DC; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kessler
and Mrs. Sam Holland. St. I ouis,
| Mo.; Dr. Ashley M. Krisman, Win-
nipeg, Canada; and Mr. Arthur
Goldstein, Augusta, Ga.
Following a Honeymoon trip to
Nassau, the couple will live in New
York.
Mrs. Under Slelove
Phyllis Auerback
To Wed July 25
Miss Phyllis Thelma Auerback
and Allen Gene Roscoe have set
July 25 as their wedding date.
Their engagement is announced
bv her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Auerback, 111 SW 26th rd.
Mr. Roscoe's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Roscoe. 2221 NW 6th
St.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School and the Univer-
sity of Miami with a degree in ele-
Miss fhyllis Auerback
Bulbin Flys to Scotland
Henry Bulbin. of Miami, left
Wednesday to visit his brother and
sisters in his former home in Scot-
land. This is Bulbin's first trip
there in 27 years.
Bulbin left for Prestwick, Scot-
land, from New York City. He also
intends visiting Edinborough and
Glasgow. In addition, a brief trip
to London, England, is also on Bul-
bin's itinerary'-
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FRIDAY
Loan Fund Set to be
Reorganized Here
An election and reorganization
eating of the Baron de Hir-ch
I an Fund wss scheduled for Tut-s-
-. June 15. at the home of Leo
Kerman. it m announced by
y Stone, president of the Fund.
The possibility of a change in
policy ol the Fund has been
t rider consideration for the last
J ,ir and a half The question be-
c the Fund has been fb what
Ktent its services could be Bsed
Mvporttei <>r filtering small
I linen ventures," stone explain-
ed
Ackerman. chairman of the loan
<< mmittee, reporti that in the past
ade '"the increasing capit.
: n needed bj small busin<
ii- to go beyond the kind oi loan
i> i conunnnitj service program
can offer Recent experi
support the i ti rvatii n th..t a
ted | onl) with
.1*1 businesses no longer bas
t m our comma*
nil
\\ the same time t'lere did
Ik' I r:< ed "ti the part ol n
lividuali and families for loans
special and unusual needs, he
led.
A discussion of these problems
part oi the program of this
eting In addition, a full slate
: Board memners and ol officers
. elected In addition to the
rent Board of Directors, invita
n to ttv meeting were
d I umber of other indi
nab with I interest in
t und

.-man will SUCCI
-idenc>
. '.-.1 w-n- Has
-id- pi Harry

Maunce
ssman seeretarj nd Harr
-asurer
'4etr the Board of Dtrec-
arc Mom* Atperl R I
Leo f -en-
II M.:\
w Isaac Ln in.
- Palmer
Albert Quadow,
Elsj 5ton<
vrill hold its
Jun< 29 at \ck
Up tor eonsidera
Kay Francis is Back
In Starring Role at
Biltmore Playhouse
am Hirsch, who has rapidly
Ded th-- reputation as Greater
ami's most successful producer
egitimate shows will change the
Bl de at the Biltmore Playhouse
n he presents Miss Kay Francis
in "Black Chiffon." opening Tues
night. June 22. for a two-week
I U )
After presenting four successful
< -nedjes. Hirsch will provide local
atre goers with a psychological
iHer, with Miss Francis return
' to the Biltmore stage by popu
demand
li-s Francis scored a hit in this
a recently when she starred in
leatre."
Black Chiffon" is a drama based
'n psychiatric tensions And ac
ding to the author. Lsttts Storm.
the fact that the story was tak
. out of the fihM Of a psychiatrist
Who happen- to bo Miss storm .
I band.
It's based on an actual i
I Mis- Storm, "though the char
rs have been fictionalized to
I ke them fit into a dramatic pat-
t. n '
liss Storm's husband is an emi
rent psychiatrist in London, and
is the author of six plays that
have made their mark on the Brit-
and American stage.
Black Chiffon" is the story of a
v man whose husband has spent
t of his life away from his fam-
ily and who is arrested for shop
lifting.
The Playhouse'current hit, "Glad
7. lings," starring Charles Korvin
and Lisa Ferraday, closes Sunday,
i lowing a two-week run that
broke all box office records for the
present play series.
'it if **-* ipm m
m '
&>.
Confirmation class of Temple Beth Sholom was the largest in th
Sunday evening, June 6. when 40 young men and women we
Ross. Jon Prager. Paul Marchand. Sandy Jacobs. Henry Roth. J
Goldin. Steven Margohs, Karen Krieger, Cynthia Sootin. Elai
Frankel and Ronald Kalish. Second row (standing) are Joan Eg
Kelemer. Rabbi Leon Kronish. educational director Sydney J. G
Bottom row are Joan Benkowitz. Ellen Rothman, Lynne Rusnak.
Binnie Green. Carol Lachman and Bonnie Kratf. Missing horn
Faber.
e history of the congregation. Services took place on!
re confirmed. Top row axe Henry Goldman, Donald I
on Serbin and Morton Yulish. Second from top |
ne Zeller. Joyce Straus. Janice Markowitz Martin Seod
gnatr. Sandra Sokolsky. Caryl Borne. Jill Fenias. Cantot
reenberg, Rene Nussbaum, Marjorie Ashbach and Pal
Helene Degutz. Goldie Fishman. Sue Friedman, Shefcl
the picture are Howard Hollander. Richard Jacobs and!
Naval Academy Student Called Risk
Continued from Page 1 A
II he knew about current de
mmenUn what he. read in the
newspapers But he remembered
Pollack as a boy of good charac
kttfsk) is the propri
ttoa will bt- brandi j>hical
ntatmn of offteori Accord
i .hi announcement here, nom
inaflbns are still nprn on the Board
in order to achieve that end
Struck by Auto
On Way to Meeting
Harry Rabe, elected second wee
president of the Baron de Hirscfa
Loan 1-1111,1. was strut k bj i v
while In was on his way to r
Isational meeting <>i the group
at the home o| Leo Acfci
Tuesdaj even i
Word from Jackson Memorial
Hospital late Wednesday indicated
that Rant was resting comfort-
abl) and not seriousl) injured."
although sun suffering from the
aftermath of shock
etor of the Blue Hills Delicatessen
'I. -aid Pollack worked for him fort
three years and was "a good boy]
one of the best." Pollack
thought so much of ftfanekofsky
that he invited him to Annapolis to
a'tend the graduation ceremonies
kfanekofaky went to the academy ,
to see Pollack, waited three hours,
and left when the midshipmen I
didn't appear loiter, tlanekofsk)
naa told that Pollack wa~ detained
for questioning by intelligence
agi nt- and that this was the I
be didn t show up .
Naval \cademy officials referred
newspapermen to Washington in
Washington, a spokesman Tor the
Navy said "security ma> or may
d" in" the earn oi
Pollack Th" Navy said it regretted
thai it wa- necessary to take drastic
.' lion at the last minutt to with-
hold the commissions it was point-
ed out thai Investigation* ma] yet
nine the clearance of those
affected Meanwhile the) were ad
D home and wait while
their classmates report lor active
dutj
There has been no suggestion of

PSafl jjJSjT 1 ^^H tr!^S
A s^ke^-
Bl/

Memorial Day was observed at Temple Emanu-El whenL1
Irving Lehrraan (right) dedicated the closing late Fridays*!
ning service of the season to the Jewish War Veterans n
America. Quartermaster Ralph Grossman and CoMJEdu
Front Gordon, of Miami Beach Post No. 330, participated\
anti-Semitism in the Pollack affa.r two other midshipmen.taws
The Unted States Navy granted g **-!
security clearances for I'ollack and ED.)
Jf^y.
Bsmnl.____ML____lit -^if iTl U Milt
t *,
mi ^tiiii nun m !!?
according to inlcj
mangle tnp **.
*^sn
The S.S. Yarmouth Castle will make a total of ten CnwiYA___
the British atmosphere of NamSu'tS^French fL "?!!* ^
Montego Bay in Jama.ca. I^rture, for tni, M 0< ^a?"-
return the following Wedneia7 morning, Ta^^lT^
age. The fare include all meals i... ,1 7^ he ^'P8 *
ship. TheSS. Yarmouth C^^rm::hth:tsaSYah0,eLWh
for Caribbean and Atlantic coastal service r,nlf. "nUth' C
including an air conditioned dininq salon cockJTi.0 "^ *** '3 'mot Tiim ^P "<* especially for chusidu -
nassena- with the utmo,. on-board pleasur? R.ii^*" d?n?, *ion and ""-y <**** ac"^- d^an^ 1J
Eastern Shipping Corp.. ?m 3 Miami R%Mrvations for the Yarmouth CastL craines may bn made by cos*
uises originating in Miami this summer, ace
es will be of two types one a four-day
age will leave on Thursdays. June 24. July &
is an extended nine-day trip in which passe .
Prince. Haiti and enjoy the ports of Kingston. Port *n-3_,jl
day evenings June 28. July 12. 26. and August ^"^f
tart at $75 for the triangle cruise and $175 for the wJJ^
Ue in the various ports and a full entertainment "^""V ^
an accommodate over 500 passengers. It was WaZ^
19 knots. The ship is fitted especially for cruisin
ce salon and many
the Yarmouth Castle


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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATtrtw
" -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lmmn.TH,.JUDICI*L CIRCUIT OF
MkVpvT.' N.CHANCERY, No. 170085
HELENA l.isizzo, Plaintiff,
PHILIP'LISDZZO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PHHJP l.isi -/./.,,
Residence and Aadreea Unknown
PHILIP U8UZZO
Rfl Taylor sir,. i
Rochester, New York '
y.iii are herebj notified thai a itm
or lomuialnl ror Divorce hai been
rued ngalnal you, and you are requir-
V! to erve copy of your Answer 01
i adlna to the BUI <.< Complain) on
the plaintiff* Attorney, HENRY M.
i-i -'" W"M Hatter s... Miami,
Mi.ii.hi. .iikI ru.- ii.....rlainal Answer
or Pleading i the office of the Clerh
or the < Ircuij Coun on or before the
iMh day ..f July, li>:,i. if you fall to
oo no, jniiKiiHin by default will i>e
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
'",""..... In the Itlll ..f Complaiiii.
arV-f ,VN" ORDERED at Miami.
j-lj.'i.l.i. this 16th day hi June, A.I).
!:. 11. L-EATHERMAN,
I'l.-ik, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida,
Bj w.M. w. STOCKING,
KVM.W ",;,""y ctork
Attorney for Plaintiff
ZS1I West Platter St., Miami, I'la.
1/18-23 7 -'-..
LEGAL NOTICE
jw Your America Week" committee has gu ided the celebration here to reaffirm the under-
lying of freedom and the democratic process. Shown are Municipal Couft Judge Law-
fce Hoffman, general chairman (center seated), and (from left to right) Beach City Council-
Harold Spaet, in charge of programming; Mrs. Frank Steinberg, chairman of party func-
i for the 52 Association of Greater Miami; Mrs. Betty Lee Taylor Kolz, vice president of
[Dade Business and Professional Women's Clubs; Seymour Samet, Miami attorney and
.tor of American Jewish Committee; Mrs. T heodore B. Chertok, of the national security
littee of the Dade Business and Professio nal Women; and Miss Emily Herman, president
52 Association of Greater Miami. Satur day night, a pageant will be staged in Bayfront
by the Guardians of Liberty under the ch airmanship of Seymour Szabo. Jewish War
jns Posts will assist in evening services Friday at synagogues throughout the area.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna t.. eiiRanf in
business under the fictitious name of
GRANADA BEAUTY SALON, at 836
South Miami Ave.. intends tn register
saiil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Florida.
VNNA MARIA BARCELO, Sole Owner
6/11-18-25 7/1
kern Globetrotters to
ar in Miami
| Miami sports fandom is talk-
out the huge outdoor basket-
how under the stars at Miami
urn Thursday night, June 24,
the homecoming Harlem
fctrotters will headline a huge
Peheadrr program.
Trotters will come In from
[that same day, returning from
Rended tour of South and Cen-
Imericas and several Carrib-
[ Islands. Their opponent here
the Chicago Brown Bom-
I Opening time is at 8:15 p.m.
tfefufefy
ION-FATTENING!
.*>...>, DEUCfOUSf
JVOCAL
TRIMS Your WAISTI
THRILLS Yeur TASTII
2 l.r 29<
no Derosa
FREE'. 14-Mfl*
Booklet "Feed facts
for fun and Health" I
Write Southern lev-
erases, 3*01 N.W.
SSth St., Miami.
TiV
JVO'CALlodoyM
.'"Of CEME SODA HACK CHI
BC'lfd and D II
Sowrht'n lever a
BOARD and CARE
ler elderly lady or couple in my home.
Any diet. No other boarder. Private
bath and entrance. 3 blocks to beach.
T.V. Phone 86-8355.
DAVID H. OSER, D.D.S.
Announces the opening of his
office for the practice of
Children's Dentistry
605 HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING
PHONE 3-5353
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26055
RE: ESTATE nK
kidney I"i:11-pi:it. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby 1ven thai I have
'lied my final report ami p.-titioii fur
Khi.il Discharge as administrator c.t.a.
..f the estate "( SIDNEY l-'Kll'l-Kit.
deceased; and that on the -'"th day "f
July, IRSI, will apply to the Honorable
w i\ BLiANtoN, County JucIk.- of
Dade county, Florida, for approval of
saul final report and for flnul dis-
charge
Estate
nl.
Thin
administrator c.t.a. of the
of KIDNEY PE1FFER, deceas-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170084
ai.vix BBOEL, Plaintiff,
VH.
JEANNETTE BEQEL Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEANNETTE BEOEL
s:. Chadlkon street
i 'i-lei'.n. New York
JEANNETTE BEJQBb
Address and residence unknown
You are hereby notified that a Hill
..f Complaint for l>i\ i*d against you, and you Hie re to serve a copy nl your Answei or
I'leailinc to the Hill of Com|>laint on
the plaTntirrs Attorney. HENRY M.
CAIN, ami file ill.....initial Answer or
Pleadini in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Ike 18th
day of July. ISM. If you fail to do o,
Juda.....in b) default will he taki i
BcalnHt you for the relief demanVil
in the Hill of Coiii|ilaint.
This notice shall he i.tililish.-d
each week for four conaeoutlve weeks
In THE JEWIKH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED t Miami,
Florida, this liit.Ii day of June, A 1.
1954.
E. B. I.KATIIKKMA.V.
Clerk, Circuit court.
Dade County. I loi-Ida
By \VM. W. STOCK IN'
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorne) for I'lalntiff
K18 West KiHKler St., Miami, 111.
ti 18-25 7 '2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 51639
Notice ix hereby riven that HARr;V
MMONHOKK and SAM HIMONHOI i.
holder a assignee of Evergla i^-t
Drainage District Tax Sale Certificate
Numliered .".15"., dated the 31st day of
May. A.I). 1*49. has filed said Certifi-
cate In my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to issue thereon in
accordance with law. Bald Certificate.
embraces the following described pi ,-
erty, situated in Datle County, Klin
to-wit:
All Fractional Section 12. TOWI -
ship .''.< South, ICanjce 39 Eas .
containing 102.81 Acres more r
lesa. located in Dade County, Slate
of Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
til i the Certificate issued was In : e
name of Irons I .and & Dev. Co.. F.'
Als. Unless said Certificate shall be
redeemed ac-cording to law, tax d-e t
will issue thereon on the '-'1st daj of
July, A.D. 1864.
lai.d this 16th day of June, A.D.
1 lih day Of June, 1954.
- ALBERT P'EIPPEK
TURK NEWMAN
4L'n Lincoln Itoad, Miami lloach, Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator c.t.a.
by: Vivian l.. Scheaffer
of Counsel
.; 18-25 T l'-'.i
1954.
f Circuit
I 18-25
E. II. LEATHBRMANi
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dad.- County. Florida..
By N. C. STF.1UIKTT,
Court Seal) Deputy Cle:
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Federation Group
To Meet Tuesday
Newly elected executive commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will hold its first meet-
ing on Tuesday evening. June 22.
8:15 p.m., at the Sheiboroe Hot. I
it has been announced by Federa
tion president Stanley C. Myers.
Sixty-seven members of the
Greater Miami community have
been elected to serve on the policy-
making committee for the coming
year.
Elected to serve arc Mrs Jack A.
Ablin. Mrs Leo Ackerman. Sidney
Ansin. Sam Blank. Shepard Broad.
Leo Chaikin. Joseph Cherner.
George Chertkof. Irving Cypen. Ben
Danbaum, Joseph Duntov. Leo
Eisenstein. Leon Ell. Sam Fried-
land. Charles Fruchtman. Mrs
l..'Ui> Giasser
Lou Goldman. Sam A. Goldstein.
Dr. Morns Goodman. Emil J
(Kiuld. Isadore Hecht. Jr.. Look
Heiman. Sam Heiman. Howard
Kane. Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Aaron
Kanner. Leon Kaplan. M. J Kopelo-
witz. Abe Kurman. Sam C. Leven-
snn. J Gerald Lewis. Joseph Mech-
low, Max Mcim'I. Baron de Hirsch
.Mover.
Ben Meyers. Jack Muravchick.
Stanley C Myers, Mrs. Stanles C
Myers, Max Orovitz. David Phillips.
Mrs Harry Plstoff. Matilda Ratner,
Sam Resnick. Leo Robinson. Joseph
Rose, Dan B Ruskm. Herbert E.
Scher. Arnold Seeder. Mrs. Henrv
Seitlin. Mrs. Fannie Selig. John
Serbin
Jacob Sher. Fred K Shochet.
Wm I) Singer. Milton Sirkin. Mr-
Milton Sirkin, Judge Harold B
Spaet. C"arl Susskind. Geoffe Tali-
anoff, Hanild Thurman. Dr Joseph
Wcidberg. Carl Weinkle. Mr* larl
Wrinkle. Mrs Irwin Weinstein and
Leonard Wien
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ife.
Shown at recent cornerstone ceremonies for the new Hillel He use on the University of Miami campus are (left mu
Adelman. Mrs. Ida Opiner. Jerry Adelman. Joseph Provus. Mrs. Prorus, Louis heiman, Mrs. Sol Goldstm i3l
and Sidney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel Council of South Florida.
w oqag
^oldshom. Carl 1
Engel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the Lite Sidney E.
Engel. formerly of 7720 Tatum
Waterway. Miami Beach, will be
held Sunday. June 20th at 11 am
al Mt Nebo Cemetery wl,n Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating Mr Fngel
is nirvived by his wife Lillian; one
son Lawrence; a daughter. Mrs.
Edythe Effenson and a sister. Miss
Lillian Engel Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company Friends and relatives are
ssked to attend.
Palay Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of Dr. Lewis Palay.
formerly of 4555 North Michigan
ave.. Miami Beach, will take place
on Sunday. June 20. at Mt. Lebanon
Cemetery in New York City. Mrs.
Palay. daughter Marcia. and daugh-
ter Mrs Richard Jay Koch are fly-
ing to New York to attend the
ceremonies Dr. Palay passed away
a year ago. July 16.
Sam ml April
Ztoroirrs #*<>
Samuel April, of 451 SW 30th rd..
Miami, will receive the Bachelor
of Arts degree from Yeshiva Uni
versity at the 23rd annual com-
mencement exercises on Thursday.
June 24. in the university's Na-
than Lamport Auditorium.
Mr. April completed his studies
in the university's College of Arts
and Science. He is the son of Rab-
bi Simon April. M.J
School Congregation i
er. and Mrs. April.
Dr. Samuel Belkis i
at the exercise*
Pop Broadcast
Mrs Mane Volpe wilil
"Pop Series Broadcasr,
day. June 19. afe]
6:30 pm John Bitter 1
Bolet. conductor and solta
first concert on JuatS|
her guests.
Men's Club Reelects
Officers Unanimously
Unanimous reelection of officers ;
took place at a meeting of the j
Men's Club of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation this week I
President is Edward L Becker I
Others include Sam Cohen, vice |
president: Jack Stone, treasurer; |
Paul Silverston. secretary; and 1
Herb Feldon. sergeant-at-arms
Board of Governors are Mac Ap- i
>um. Ben Bass J1K. Rulanskv.
DV Kleeber. Jack Cohen. H
Drewich. Irving Willis. Bill Feld-
man. Bob Sweitzer. Lou Slotnick. i
Charley Hablow and S D Winn.
Paul Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Martin i
Paul, formerly of 6614 N\V 2nd!
Street was held Sunday. June 13th
at 1 o'clock at Mt Nebo Cemetery)
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offi-
ciating Mr. Paul is survived by his
parents. Mr and Mrs Sam Breslow
and his sister. Miss Elizabeth Paul,
both of Miami Arrangements were
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company.
Rabbi Malavsky to Speak
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Israelite
( inter spiritual leader, will be
guest speaker on the radio program
Of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association Sunday. 9:15 am over
nation YVGBS.
Lipson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory' of the late Isaac
Lipson. formerly of 322 189th
Street. Golden Beach, will be held
Friday. June 18th at 11 am at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating. Mr Lipson is
survived by his wife Rebecca; a
son Alex: two daughters. Mrs Mir-
iam Wise of Los Angeles and Mrs.
Judith Wabroff of Ohio and four
grandchildren Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
The surprise class gift from the confirmation class of 1953-54
to Temple Emanu-El was a pair of silver candelabra which
originally stood 100 years ago in the home of Sir Moses Mon-
tehcre, English patriot, advisor to Queen Victoria and the first
Jew to be knighted in England. Rabbi Irving Lehiman accepts
the gift in behalf of the congregation. Left to right are Anne
Fishbein. class president, and Dawn Grossman, honor student
and valedictorian.
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18. 19M
[ma Delta Tau
|o Hold Four-Day
Meet at Sea Isle
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PAGE 11A
a Tau, international]
nrority. will bold iU
i convention at the Sea
i June 23-27, WlM* the ^
nnae League wfn play
the organization's first
eting.
ton A Grant of Miami,
[serving her second term
president, will preside
wing of more than 100
bid representatives from
ly's active chapters and
eagucs throughout the
:es and Canada.
Did Kaufman of Detroit,
national convention
and Mrs Philip Lefko-
ni Beach, is general con-
pairman for the Miami
ague.
jnded at Cornell
ta Tau was founded at
Inivcrsity on March 25,
has a total member-
norc than 8.000 college
md alumnae,
pte chapters are now ac-
nore than 25 chapters
111 the United States and
liami Alumnae League,
1951. now numbers
50 members who repre-
|of the sorority's college
Other alumnae leagues
in Philadelphia. Mon-
umore, Buffalo, Boston,
^M 1 Syracuse, N.Y.,
Pa Detroit, Chicago,
..:,u<.i.. Nebr., St. Louis,
jpfon Rouge, La.. New
Peqglahd, O., Columbus,
lyne, Ind., Minneapolis,
Ebsj lilgeles, Oklahoma
ni. Texas.
ilmi League
il fjUitv-rx will arrive at
carh*aiurda>. June 19, for
day (fMrd Council meet-
!>r*j|ilcs the general
Ion
an el Kxccutive Council
[held in* sessions by Mrs.
esident. Mrs. Bernard
600 Attend Academy Exercises
at.tndeaddiheCth1,rH ZZ %E 60 to your re" tuitions, your un-
"uiu me tnird graduation ex iw.ii.,~Ki.....i ._....,__' f*
SwJi J.hp Hcbrew Academ*
^Wednesday evening at the Em-
press Hotel.
Guest speaker for the evening
Was Dr..lay k. W. Pearson, presi-
dent of the University of Miami.
P*o discussed "What Do We Ex-
pect hum Our Children"
In outlining a three point pro-
gram to graduates and parents Dr
Pearson said, "First, we want'our
children to believe in Cod and have
i in Him. Then, we want them
believably wise teaching and your
deep and powerful religious sense,
you have yet made yourselves a
potent and vital part of America
and have contributed enormously
to the development of our country
and what we call the American
way of life," Dr. Pearson explain-
ed.
Special awards were given to the
following graduates: Warren Tei-
telman. scholarship; Ephraim Z.
Eisenberg, Hebrew studies; Barry
to have tolerance lor tlicVTienow! 52 "^ C,i,i*en*hiP; RaPhael
men, and finally, we want them to: -' government;
have confidence in themselves and i "n? Aaron FensterheIm. ^rvice.
'in the future of their lives, their' ome Temcnin. son of Mr. and
country and the world itself.'
The U of M president said that
"the man or woman with no reli-
gious sense, no recognition of
God's part in creating us and every-
thing around us. is a soul lost in
! space like some endlessly drifting
; fragment of an exploded planet."
He congratulated graduates for
| their cantata in honor of the 300th
| anniversary of Jewish settlement
in America. "While holding fast
Mrs. Max W. Temchin, 4850 Bilt-
more dr., Coral Gables, received
the Essay and Journalism Award
annually snonsored by The Jewish
Floridian.
Annual Americanism awards,
presented by the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge, were made by Maurice
Klein to Adinah Stadlan and Jack:
Shapiro.
Chairman of the evening was
Ephraim Eisenberg.
Others graduating were Melv-n
Benenfeld, Robert Isser, Norman
Joel Lachman, William Mamches,
Marshall Jacob Saperstein, Joel Al-
bert) Wadler and Harry "Michael
Wolper. vm >n >d
Greetings were extended; by B.
I. Binder, president of the Hebrew
Academy, Mrs. Sidney Rubioowitz.
president of Hebrew Academy
Women, Mrs. Charles Gertler, pres-
ident of PTA, David Provus and
Kolman Luria.
Diplomas were distributed by
Daniel Broad, financial secretary,
and Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasur-
er.
Final charge to graduates was
made by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal.
Mrs. Morten A. Grant
Mrs. G. Peter Wells are favors
chairmen.
Mrs. .Irven Levenson is in charge
of sightseeing. Mrs. Meitus is chair-
man of the Splash Party. Mrs. Ru-
bin is in charge of reservations for
luncheons and dinners. Mrs How
ard Green and Mrs Murray Dubbin
are telephone and notice chHirmen.
Mrs. Spier will assist Mrs. Kauf-
man with registration. Mr-. Julius
New Sisterhood
Installs Officers
Newly organized Sisterhood of
Beth Emeth Congregation held
it- charter installation on Saturday
evening, June 12,
8 p.m.. at Benja-
min Franklin
Elementary
School.
Mrs. Bernhart
Chessman, presi-
dent of Zamora
Jewish Cente r
Harris is finance chairman. Mr
Goldman is in charge of pubiiciu.
Mrs. David R. Hofhrxrg-aad Mr*
Donald Miehnttft are decoration*
chairmen and Mrs- Le-lierjjjjkstel, '
is song chairman.
Sisterhood, i n -
.-tailed ihe char-
ter officers.
Rabbi II e n r y
Okolica, spiritual
M leader of North Dade Jewish Cen-
Mrs. Primanion
L*
*' Bernard Specter
was recently installed as
M of the Miami Alumnae
Sigma Delta Tau for the
consecutive year. She suc-
NIl> J. L. Jackson,, who
[as ,h( League's first presi-
'951 52 and again in 1952-
officers are Mrs. Harold
"ce president; Mrs. Marvin
.recording secretary; Mrs.', editor.
Gaggstatter, corresponding
F>; Mrs Paul Goldman,
er aml Publicity director;
1 Philip Spier, parliamen-
|Crtvntion Chairman
L?u .?" tonvention commit-
C u ^'kowitz are Mrs.
p hrwjHhjittv chairman .with
aaaj Feninger, and Mrs. A.
Among other Sigma Delta Tau
alumnae lining iri.GreatcnjiMianu
are the MeManes Seymour Alter-:
man. William Krennef, Alvin Cawn,
Stanley Preenrrnm. ^-d Gntrtofe*
Howard Hewett. Lester Kahn.
Robert Kanter, Ronald Kent, Wil-
fred Lansman, Robert Mcrritt. Har-
old Meyers. Leo-Mindlin, William
Miranda, Jack Nathan
The Mesriame9> Maurice Oroviti,
Laurence Perlmutter. Arthur Rabe,
Marcia Romanoff, Sidney Rosen.,
berg, Hugo Spitz, Charles Stein",
Bernard Stevens. Preston Thai,
Ronald Thaw. Leonard Treister, J.
H. Ullman. Sue Waltach, Jerome
Weinkle. A. Weinatein.'Jack Wolfe.
Maurice Yalman and Lawrence1
Zuckerman.
Memorial
In May. the Miami Alumnae
League established a memorial
fund honoring the late Mrs. Ben
Novack, who as a league member,
was the fir--t editor of "Chatter
from Haven." news bulletin of the
Haven School for Mentally Handi-
capped Children, ..
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, vice pre-i
dent of the Haven School Board,
accepted the league's check for
$1,000 as the initial contribution
towards the memorial fund which
will be used to furnish the Anna
Rubin Novack Room at the school
in Kendall. .
The league became interested in
the school through Mrs. Levin, who
was instrumental in the groups
"adoption" of Haven School as its
philanthropic project. The sorority
wwnen assisted in the formation of
a parent's group at Haven and
started "Chatter from Haven' to
keep mothers and fathers informed
on school progress. The paper is
now edited by Mrs. Leo Mindlin.
Mrs. Ronald Thaw is a former cu-
ter, delivered the invocation and
benediction.
Newly elected officers are the
Mesdames Go'die Primanzan, pres-
ident; Ruth Clatter, first vice pres-
ident; Fleurette Cooper, second
vice president; Roslyn Boniske,
third vice president; Roslyn Kram-
er, recording secretary; Frances
Goldstein, corresponding secre-
tary; Lois Harris, financial secre-
tary: and Alvin Cawn, parliamen-
tarian.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Blossom Tartakow, Lynn
Woods, Faye Klamkin and Sally
Weinberg.
Mrs. Rita Bukstel was guest
vocalist.
During the national convention.
delegates will be guests at the
school on a special sightseeing tour.
National Philanthropy
National philanthropies of Sigma
Delta Tau include contributions I
%$*.< Tropical Chapter Affair
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women holding its annual bar-
becue at the home of Mrs, Louis
Lew. 920 South Stillwater dr.. on j
M. B., Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Pro-
gram include- a planned program
of square dancing and games.
Ta*i will be hostess at a Panhellenic
Tea at The Sea Isle on Tuesday,
June Tl. honoring representatives
of all sororities in the National
Panhellenic Conference and mem-
ber- of the Miami Alumnae League.
The general convention will open
with registration Wednesday after-
noon. June 23. The Miami Alumnae
League will hostess the "Welcome
Brunch" on Thursday. June 24,'
with Mrs. Mathes as general chair-
man of this event. Highlights of the
program for Friday. June 25. in-
clude a sightseeing tour of the Uni-
versity of Miami and Haven School
in the afternoon, an Honors Dinner
in the evening in recognition of
delegates who are members of Phi
Beta Kappa. Mortar Board and like I
honorarie- ___
The biennial chapter song con-
test will be directed by Mrs. Buk
-,el. and Mr- MaitUS is chairman
ol, he splash party and wemer n.a-
in The Sea Isle Palm Gardens later
lhat evening.
The Forma
Awards Banquet.
climax of the convention, will be
, June 26.
officers a installed, indiv
the Multiple Sclerosis *'ndatl"n|; I F^Ttornrdiy June 26. when new
Sigma Delta Tau Blood Research held Sat urd-> ^toa]
-unger.and Mr, A. Foundation at the .Un.vera t> of ,f,cers are ^ m^ .
Sthea, chairman of the Minnesota Hospital! n Mm neapoR* chapter ,he recipient of
"Welcome Brunch" Thurs- Brendeis University and others. ">' De)ta Tau Achieye-
H 24. wi,h Mre Emanuel Each alumnae league contributes ^ 9M J volunteer Service
Un ^n* Beinhorn and
Each alumnae league contributes
to the' national philanthropic pro-
gram as well as its local projects.
Grand Council of Sigma Delta
on
tion.
Ephraim Eisenberg, chairman, greets Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson,
president of the University of Miami. Dr. Pearson made the
principal address at the exercises.
Jerome Temchin receives the Journalism Award, sponsored by
The Jewish Floridian, from Alfred Cosman, English literature a,
and journalism teacher at the Academy. *
B I Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, presents the
Citizenship Award to Barry Honig, president of the Student
Body, during graduation exercises last week in the Empress
Hotel.


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Beth El Schedules Annual Installation
Sunday; Berkowitz Again President
Congregation Beth El will hold I strides th congregation ha* made
during his tenure of office. The
synagogue ha* grown in member-
ship.'" Zisman explained, "as well
as enlarged its activities, including
the Beth El Academy which is by
now acorded the recognition due
that institution of learning '
Theodore,.! SakowiU w\U be.in-
stalled first vice president. A well
known local attorncy. he has oeen
active in Youth Programs here.
Ah- to be installed are Harry
Goldberg, second vice president;
Jacob Werblin. treasurer: Jack Rox-
enberg. recording secretary; and
Leo Ostcr. financial secretary.
9-Jeist>fkrldkM
Presidents' Council To Install Officers; Norton!
its annual installation of officers
on Sunday evening. 6 p.m.. at 500
SW 17th ave. The affair will com-
bine the celebration of Fathers'
Presidents' Council of Miami
Beach will install its newly elected
officers on June 25 at the Delano
Hotel, according to Jack Abbott,
i chairman ol ine Annual Installa-
tion Dinner Committee
.lame* H Norton will succeed
John T Mahoney as president. Ray
Sterling will take
presidency, from Norton.
fhilip Berktwili
Day and the installation banquet
Philip Berkowitz will be installed
for his second term as president of
the congregation
Program chairmen include Mr
and Mrs a Zisman. Mrs Eugene
Schwartz, president of the Sister
hood, an I Mrs M Rappaport. vice
president
According to Ztanan, Berkowitz
will be honored for the
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j principal address on the theme
| "When Two Generations Blend
Their Efforts
Cantor L. Gartenhouse. of New
York City, will present a program
of musical arrangements Alno to
appear will be numerous local dig
nitanes in religious and civic cir-
| cles. Reservations may be made at
the congregation office, said Zis
, man.
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Eisenhower Hays
Mass Arrest of
Rumanian Jews
Continued fratn Pg* 1 A
criminal treatment of the minoritv
people."
Condtmm Arrtstf
The American Federation of La-
| bor issued a statement in Washing-
ton this week condemning the mass
I arrests of Jewish leaders in Ru-
I mania and calling upon the entire
civilized world to protest against
'these outrages."
"We know from bitter ex pen
ence that such outrages are to be
l expected from any totalitarian re
. gime." the statement said "A few-
years ago. the leaders of the Krem
lin launched a so-called "cultural"
i pogrom Thousands of J.ws jn Ruv.
Isia were ousted from their jobs
ostracized, jailed and exiled for the
alleged crime of "Zionism." The
same pattern was followed in other
curtain countries, including Ru-
I mania.
"The civilized world must unite
; in condemning these outrages The
wholesale imprisonment of the
, leaders of the Rumanian Jewish
I community on trumped up charges
1 proves the bankruptcy of Commu
"ist justice This terrorism must be
exposed to pitiless publicity The
entire world must know that Com
munist Rumania rules by oppres-
sion Universal condemnation of
I such racial crimes is the only
! means we have to force the Com-
munist rulers of Rumania to release
, the innocent victims of this official
I pogrom." .
A touch of beauty will be added
to the function with Mits Angler
VI." t)uen ot the Miami Beach
Fishing Toumamen' present. Beau
ty contest winners will parade their
singing and danein* talents for the
enjoyment of the audience. Miss
afnthilde Krause is in charge of ar
r the' w^j^gements.
wiile^^n* ftnMdenU' f^m^i Jka*
John Proctor will follow Jack Boat Opnii .* As., jgeeartian i
i a#o Jo mclu
as secretary treasurer
Mayor Harold Shapiro will act
as installing officer, while princi
pay speaker for the ninth annual
banquet of the Presidents' Council
ude the presidents
of 27 civic and business associa
Unas of Miami Beach. Its primary
purpose is to focus attention on
matter* of civic and public inter
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JewHsh-IEItapiJiQUD
II, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1954
SEC. B
rN Agenoy Publishes
Book on Jewish Beliefs
fED NATIONS (AJP) The
ucational, Scientific and Cul-
Drganization (UNESCO) has
bed a 64-page booklet on
Thought as a Factor in
htion." The work, one of a
fon The Race Question in
.. Science," was written spe-
for this vital UN agency by
Roth, a Fellow of the British
ny and a lecturer at the He-
University.
most important aspect of
fcrk i< not the brilliant expo-
fin Leon Roth, but the state-
\( UNESCO itself in the pre-
statement which now bc-
the ntficial UN position on
Irish question. The following
Be cil ihe highlights express-
Jit position:
[. it was felt that the theory
i>h Racism' should not be
ktted in the setting of anti-
gc dialectics. Professor Leon
Roth's booklet, therefore, does not
deal with race. In asking the au
thor to give a short description of
Judaism's specific contribution to
world civilization, we had a double
aim in view: firstly, to refute the
accusation of 'racism' so often lev
elled against the Jews, by under
lining what, in Judaism, is the very
negation of racial exclu.siveness;
and secondly, to record the extent
of the debt humanity owes to Ju
da ism.
"It is not the least of the injus
tices committed by the West to-
wards the Jews that it has forgot-
ten their contribution to that in-
tellectual and moral heritage of
mankind which we regard as the
very- essence of our civilization. We
cannot of course expect from peo-
ples the feelings of gratitude that
are. under certain circumstance-.
due from individuals; but the Idea
of 'debt' has. all the same, played
[ary Aronson Leaves
Social Service Bureau
Mar) Aronson, case super-
lof the Jewrsh Social Service
11. was honored at a luncheon
I her by the Board of Directors
agency at the Biscayne Ter-
lotel last week.
Aronson. who has held the
Dn as director of the profes-
program of the Bureau for
list three years, is shortly ex-
lit to leave the agency and
Aronson has had long ex..
jice in social casework prac
ing previously held
I"
[of Jewish Family Service in
(York City and as case con-
jit and aistant director of the
lous functionary department
le New York Association for
| Americans. -4.
came to the Miami agency
to assist in its reorganization, to
give special attention to the pro
gram for New Americans and to
help develop the family counsel-
ing service. She planned to con-
tinue to work in the family service
field, preferably in direct admin
istration of a small general family
agency.
At the luncheon. Miss Aronson
was commended by the master of
Ceremonies, Harold Tannen. by the
president of the agency. Mrs. Leo
aving previously held posi- Ackerman, and others for her lead
" associate district super- jership and the agency's progress
and especially for her direct activi-
ties with the Board of Directors.
She has given special attention
to the Case Committee of the
Board. In the discussions of this
committee, the professional work
of the agency is interpreted, and
an opportunity is created for the
sharing of Board and professional
viewpoints.
Miss Afonson commended the
Board of Directors for its own
erowth and flexibility. She said
that in her three years with the
agency she has seen continued
progress in the Miami scene and
in the Bureau itself. She said that.
speaking as a professional practi-
tioner, she believed the agency was
|s part in history. Yet the same
< hnstian West has all too often dis-
played indifference ana cruelty
when the Jews were going through
times of grievous trial. Even to-
day, those whose indifference or
silence enabled massacres of the
,Jews to take place set their con-
! science at rest by accusing them of
having been the instrument of their
own misfortune, through their own
| exclu-ivene-s and their own 'ra-
j cism.'
"Conscious or unconscious ra-
cists and there are millions in
the latter category often speak
of the destructive spirit of the
Jews, U if every Jew carried with-
i in himself germs that threatened
1 ih stability of our society. The
discriminatory measures adopted
bj Nazi Germany and its satellite
governments were justified, in the
view of chauvinists, by what they
claimed to be the impossibility of
assimilating the Jews who in their
opinion constituted, within each na-
tion, a foreign body that was a per-
petual menace. The anti-Semites
consider that the Jew is disposed
to destroy the fundamental values
1)1 our civilization because of his
>mlo i<;il background. This preju-
dice has by no means disappeared
with Nazism. Its currency todaj
has inspired the inclusion of the
present booklet in this series."
The UNESCO booklet, which was
Dublished at the Paris headquarters
of the agency, is scheduled for
American release during the latter
part of June
|sic, Arts League
icludes Season
! Miami Beach Music and Arts
pe closing event for the sea-
look place on Sunday evening
ne Surf Room of the Roney
Hotel, with Mayor Harold.
pro, vice president of the
pe, presiding.
fogram chairman Ruth Brotman
rated Victor Stern, faculty
*ber of the University of Mi-
^School of Music, in a group of
solos, with Edith Lieberman,
prd graduate and concert pian-
Uccompanying Stern in works
Teethoven. Bach and Chopin.
Miss Jewish Floridian takes a turn before the judges in the
Miss Sunshine beauty contest now being held here. The
attractive young lady is Lenore Goldberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, 830 80th st., Miami Beach. The
Goldbergs are comparatively new residents, coming from
Springfield, Mass.. where Lenore, who models, recently won
top honors in the Miss Cutest contest.
Reports Reveal Conflicting Conclusions
Nazi Growth Subject of Study
BONN (JTA)The Wet German
Governments Office for the Protec-
tion of the Constitution reported
this week in this country the ex-
istence of 20 secret neo-Nazi organ-
izations.
Zachariah Schuster. European di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee, told a press conference
here that there were at least a
dozen anti-Jewish and anti-demo-
cratic groups of East European ref-
ugees operating in West Germany.
Mr. Schuster said these organiza-
tions were spreading Nazi-like
ideas among fellow emigres, among
Germans and even to the United
States and Britain.
I sound footing in the extens.on The AJC he said, was studying
oMts^muy counseling services to .he interna.ional ram, .cation^ of
the community and she believed these groups in Europe, the unn
SatTmp^rtantnew directions foned States and South Anc. H
service in the fields of vocational called it "inconceivable that such
help and child care,
properly acted on.
were being
organizations should be allowed to
use West Germany as a platform
. _., 0{ the Hebrew Academy
5? tPinamd n **" CharleS Gertl6r' n6W!,y 1t"whose home the election was held.
ftta 2tt^JSE?<2 r' isr ttzr rt dl k, h b
fe^^ ^ MIS- *t5 Summed ~ ^
oshana Specter, chaplain.
for the dissemination of Jew-bait-
ing and anti-democratic propa-
ganda.
Organized anti-Semitism in Ger-
many does not constitute a serious
threat at this time, Dr. S. Andhil
Fineberg, head of the community
service department of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, declared in
Frankfurt this week at the conclu-
sion of a three-month survey. But,
he emphasized, racial and preju-
dice still festers under the surface
and mav erupt into the open if the
economic prosperity which now ex-
ists in Germany were to ease off.
Dr. Fineberg, who came to Ger-
many under the auspices of the
State Department's International
Exchange Service, has written a re-
port on his findings for the Amer-
ican High Commissioner in Ger-
many. Dr. Fineberg, who was asked
to come here to study and promote
methods for improving human re-
lations and combatting anti-Semit-
ism, explained American technique
in these fields to German clergy-
men, educators and newspapermen.
A demand that strong legal meas-
ures be taken by the West German
Government to prevent the revival
of anti-Semitism and anti-democra-
tic forces in Germany was voiced
in Munich this week at a meeting
of the Bavarian Council for Free-
dom and Justice. The organization
also protested plans to end denazi-
fication procedures in Bavaria.
Charging that the situation of
Austria Resumes
Talks on Restitution
VIENNA (JTA)The question of
overhauling Austrian individual re-
stitution legislation to remove dis-
criminatory provisions injurious to
victims of the Nazis was the first
point discussed here when the Aus-
tro Jewish talks on the Jewish de-
mands for restitution got under
the victims of Nazism regarding in-
demnification for damages suffered
under the Hitler regime had de-
teriorated considerably in recent
months, the meeting called for the
appointment of a special member
of the West German Cabinet to be
responsible for indemnification of
Nazi victims.
It was pointed out that since
nothine has been done to imple-
ment the Federal Indemnification
Law all legal claims have been set
aside until Federal action begins.
There are still 175,000 claims wait-
ing to be processed in the Bavari-
an Indemnification Office, alone,
it was noted, and there is still no
sign when they will be settled.
Temple Emanu-El
Marks Fathers' Day
Fathers' Day will be celebrated
at Temple Emanu-El with a special
brunch on Sunday, June 13, 10:30
a.m. The brunch will be sponsored
by the Parent-Teacher Association,
according to Mrs. Benjamin
Greene, president.
Chairman Mrs. Herbert Young
and program chairman Mrs. Theo-
dore Hankoff announced that the
program will include a "barbershop
quartette" featuring the Mesdames
Greene, Young,, Arthur Ross and
Raphael Yunes. and a dance to be
presented by the Mesdames Jacob
Glassman, Abe Kaufman, Simon
Rubin and Sherman Kaplan. Mrs.
Theodore Arvan will be accompa-
nist.
Precedine the brunch, parents
and their children will congregate
in the chapel for special prayer
led by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader.
Mrs. Harry Brick is chairman of
hostesses, and decorations are be-
ing planned by Mrs. Leon Mann-
I heimer.


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Bond Sales Soar, Sher Says
A record number of guests will
fill Miami Beach Auditorium Mon-
day, June 28, to hear a special con-
cert by Metropolitan Opera tenor
Jan Peerce under auspices of Is-
rael Bonds, chairman Jacob Sher
reported this week.
Each investor in a Development
Issue Bond is receiving two free
tickets to the concert. The Auditor-
ium has been divided into three!
sections to accommodate investors
of $1,000 and more; $500 $950; |
and $100 $450. Tickets can also be
acquired by the sale of $500 and
more in Development Issue Bonds.
Tickets are going fast." Sher
reputed at a meeting of the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith held in the Ritz-
Plaza Hotel. "So I would urge all of
you to contact us at your earliest
possible convenience in order that
your reserved tickets can be set
aside. The Jan Peerce Committee
Headquarters is situated in Room
816 of the Congress Building, tel.
82^656."
Sher was guest speaker at the
regular luacbeoa meeting ol the
Miami Beach Lodge. He was intro-
duced by Meyer Teigman and. as
well as giving a progress report on
the June 28 concert, discussed the
new Development Issue.
This is the first opportunity the
community has had to purchase the
new Issue on a general level." Sher
stated. "Our Founder's Dinner Ml
the pace for the entire country, and
I know that the general public will
want to maintain this standard "
The target for the Greater Miami
TM in 1954 i- $750,000. or one per
cent of the national overall quota of
Mrs. Monte Selig, of Miami Beach (left). Women's Division
chairman for the Miami Israel Bond Drive, presents Esther
Herlitz (center). First Secretary of the Embassy of the State of
Israel in Washington. D.C.. with special scrolls on which have
been inscribed the names of women from Miami and Miami
Beach who are among the 1.200 American women from coast
to coast who have made individual purchases of SI.000 in
Israel Development Bonds. Miss Herlitz will forward the scrolls
to Levi Eshkol. Israel's Finance Minister, who will place them
in the national archives of the young nation's capital. Wit-
nessing the presentation at an extraordinary national spon-
sors' luncheon meeting at the Hotel Saeoy Plaza in New York
City on June 10. was Mrs. Alexander Lowenthal (right), of
Pittsburgh, national chairman of the Women's Division of the
Israel Bond Organization.
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5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
$75,000,000. To date, more than
$425,000 has been sold in the Mi-
ami area this year.
Sher expressed his appreciation
at being invited to address the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith and remind-
ed ajpibcrs that the national or-
Kanajitiop of B'nai B'nth had.ac-
cepted ihe resawnMbility for the
sale of 8HO0.OO0 in Development
Issue Bonds
Members of the committee of Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith set up to
UfjaJ m the sale of Development j
Issue Bonds include Teigman. Dan-
iel Broad. Harold Spaet. William
Bornstein. Samuel Stein, William
Agronove. Gil Balkin. Gershon Mil-
ler. Michael Sossin. Irving Schati-
man. Benjamin Rimer and Dave
AI per.
1 sincerely hope that all of you
will do your utmost in helping in
Ihe sale of Development Issue
Bonds at this particular time." Sher
declared.
He gave the members details of
the new bonds, pointed out the new
mti rest rate of 4 percent and that
holders of the new bonds can ob-
tain up to 75 percent of the face
value
He added that Peerce plans to de-
vote a complete section of his pro-
gram to traditional Yiddish melo-
diei
Mm Art T\wm of Evtnt
Male members and guests of
Klagler-dranada Jewish Commu-
nity Center are due for their share
of fun and frolic when the Wom-
en's Group holds its second annual
summer jamboree on Saturday eve
ning. June 19. at the Center. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Mickey Ant in
and Mrs. Walter Kaye. Men will
be featured as theme of the event.
First Summer Dance
At Driftwood Room
B'nai B'rith North Shore Chap-
ter and Lodge will hold their first
summer dance at the Driftwood
Room of the Nautilus Hotel on Sun-
day evening. June 20.
A weekend for two at the Nau-
tilus will be one of the many ex-
citing prizes to be awarded during
the evening. Dancing will be to Sid
Stanley's orchestra, and the Drift-
wood room will present its com-
plete floor show.
Chairman is Mrs. David Hendel.
with co-chairman. Mrs. Lawrence A.
Weston.
Chairman of the Men's Lodge is
Tobias Simon. Mrs. George Baltuch
and Milton Mannheimer are presi-
dents of the chapter and lodge, re-
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dent of the 29ers. Masonic charity
unit.
The annual meeting and election
of officers was held at the Red Fez
Club. 1500 NW Norih Rivr dr.
James Donn was re-elected honor-
ary president of the group.
Other officers named were Wil-
liam R. DeCostas. vice president;
R W. Masur. secretary. Theodore
Damiamos. treasurer; Dr Russell
A. Williams, chaplain: Ed Luster,
sergeant-at-arms; and 12 directors
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Take Oath as New
Americans in Miami
Hzation ceremonies held. sons receiving American citizen-
L last w^k in Feder- ship this week, maty of whom havu
Lire ru *t I^''** the C^unil.l-^mAW.d elates
Court last week included Mrs. Sid
Lewis, Mrs. fclry Stone, Mrs. Irving
Karson, Miss Minnie Feinberg and
Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson. Repre-
senting the Dade County Federa-
tion of Women's Clubs was Mrs
Anna Brenner Meyers, on Tuesday.
Coordinator of the women's groups
is Miss Helen Alpert.
Opening speaker on Monday was
Henry J. Halam, who pointed out
the privileges and obligations of
new Americans. Additional speak-
ers presented by Judge Holland in-
cluded Commander-elect Kdwin R.
Greenfield, of the Harvey W. Seeds
Post, Gilbert J. Balkin. of the B'nai
B'rith Council and Anti-Defama-
tion League, and Pal lot.
In this largest group to date to
be naturalized in Greater Miami,
from 58 countries and 47 nationali
ties, the new citizens were given
an American Flag, traditionally do-
nated by the B'nai B'rith Council.
and a citizenship booklet from the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service.
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[dozen women's- organiza-
Alberl Pallet announced.
It's citizenship chairman of
ley W Seeds Post of the
Legion.
kent in the women's
kas the Greater Miami Sec-
tional Council of Jewish
Through its Service to the
Born. Council members
ng a personal interest in
. oi (he more than 750 per
|mer is Named
ranee Director
of Directors of the Na-
tion Life Insurance Co. has
PJat Hammer, Miami Busi-
as a di-
[ the com-
Dhn I'aul
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nnouncedj
11 i o n of
1 brings a
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which
[home of- Hammtr
I the Dade
[wealth Building and which
in Florida and Alabama.
ner. who came to Miami in
Dm Atlantic City, N.J., has
fctive in civic and business
Btions in Dade County and
krated his own surety busi-
the past 11 years.
ner is a member of the Beth
Synagogue on Coral Way, a
and member of the execu-
nmittee of the Democrats
County, a member of the
Elks. Lodge No. 948. and the
f. Albert Pol/ol
Operation Saves Eye
An operation to save the sight
of the left eye of Samuel A. Riv-
kind has been successful, friends
of the executive president of the
Miami Beach Hotel Association, re
ported Tuesday.
Rivkind underwent the operation
Monday in the Deaconess Hospital.
Cincinnati. He will be hospitalized
for at least two weeks.
Proceeds for School
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center is planning a
boat ride for Saturday evening,
June 19, at 9 p.m. The moonlight
cruise will be in a glass bottom
Chamber "of Commerce. H*^ boat. Proceeds will go toward the
1938 SW 6th st., Miami. -building of new school rooms.
** *Ti \- HIKATCSSEN MAI*-
Youthful Pianist Given
Grand Prize for Talent
Carol Shcpard. 9 year-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Willis Shep-
ard. Miami, has been awarded
grand prize in a talent contest spon-
sored by the Printing Industries
Association, comprised of printing
shops throughout Greater Miami.
The award was made at the as-
sociation's annual gathering in
Crandon Park. Some 700 persons
attended.
Carol was the talent entry of the
Miami Review Printing Co. A pi-
ano studeet of Mrs. David A. Hess,
2190 SW 10th st., she was awarded
an engraved plaque for her winning
performance.
Beach Lodge Slates
Independence Rally
Annual Independence Day ob-
servance in Miami Beach will be
celebrated with a patriotic rally
NWrl irt FTahHlngt) Parti'Band Shell,
on Sunday'evening. July 4.'8:15
ri.'m.. under the'sponsorship of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge No. 1691, B'naT
B'rith. it has been announced by
Gershon S. Miller, president.
Gilbert J, Balkin, immediate past
president of the Lodge, has been
appointed general chairman of the
rally. Serving with him as co-chair-
man is Honorable Burnett Roth,
Miami Beach councilman and mem-
| ber of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith.
Also appointed to cooperate in
t the rally arrangements are mem-
, bers of Miami Beach Lodge Ameri-
| canism and Civic Affairs Commit-
tee, of which Jack Fink is chair-
man, and the members of the Vet-
erans' Affairs Committee, of which
Al Hellman is chairman.
Committee members are Ernest
I. Kass, Julius J. Perlmutter, Meyer
Teigman, David Schwartz, Bernard
Frank, Meyer E. Cohien, Aaron
Courshon, Martin Drexel, Jack Gor-
don and Max Weiss.
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
has traditionally commemorated
the holding of a patriotic rally in
Flamingo Park on Independence
Day.
Outstanding speakers' arid'%iusic
wtl! be provided* the'+aliy this
year, Balkin said. 'The'rally fs op-
en to the general public.
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National J WV Official Here to
Take Part in Department Meet
Harry T Maidson. of Detroit, na
t nal commander of the Jewish
Kail Veterans of the I'nited States.
arriOed hero Monday to participate
in the eighth annual departme*t
convention opening Saturday at the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach
Accompanied by his wife, the
couple were welcomed at Miami
International airport by Willard H
Bender. 5861 S\V 13th ter.. West Mi-
ami, department commander.
Madison recently returned from
Korea, where he accompanied Gen.
Dr. Rosenthal is
Named President
Of Dental Society
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. of Mi-
ami, has been named by the East
Coast District Dental Society to
succeed Dr. Jack II. Beckwith. also
of Mianv. as president of the or-
ganiza;ion.
Other officers elected as the
group concluded its annual summer
.lanir- A Van Fleet on an iospec
i tion tour of Allied military instal
la"ions, and met with President
man Rhee of S>>uth Korea.
Since returning to the United
I States, he ha- spearheaded the
JWV drive for the American Knr
ean Foundation.
Delegates from all sections of
Florida are expected to attend the
state convention at Miami Beach
Next Sunday evening, at the com-
mander's banquet. Madison will be
a guest of honor, along with May-
ors Abe Aronovitz of Miami. Jack
Crim. West Miami. Harold Shapiro.
Miami Beach, and County Commis-
sion Chairman I. D Mac Vicar. He
will give his principal address at
that time
For the first time, a woman has
been selected to receive one of the
annual certificates of merit which
the department awards to Florid-
ians for their contributions to com-
munity welfare.
She is Mrs. Claire Weintraub of
Miami. Other certificates will go to
Daniel Mahoney. publisher of the
Miami Daily News, one of the foun-
ders of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews in the state,
and to Rabbi Maurice Chapman. St.
Petersburg, for his work at Bay
Pines Veterans Faculty there.
The humanitarian award this
year will go to Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, of the West Miami Jewish I
Center, who is depanment chap-'
lain of the VFW. West Miami post j
No 223 will be the convention host
GLOBAL SHO
Israel Walks Out of Armistice
Commission in Syrian Dispute
TKL AVIV (JTA) Israel walk
ed out of a meeting of the Israel
Syrian- Mixed Armistice Coanws-
sio-i lest week after the Syrian
delegation insisted upon di
an incident which the Israelis held
to be outside the jurisdiction of
the commission. The Israelis made
it clear that the walk out was only
from the meeting, not from the
MAC. and that they would leave
future meetings also if matters out-
side the jurisdiction ot the mixed
group were discussed. The inci-
dent involved the killing in an ex-
change of fire last April of two
Syrians who crossed into Israel
territory in the demilitarized zone
from Syria to grve cover to a party
of Arab peasants illegally harvest-
ing fields in the demilitarized zone.
Umrry 7, MfhM
Or. Alkrrl I. ff.it.fbal
neetinf in the Di Lido Hotel on I
Saturday are Drs. William R. Ed j
wards. Fort Lauderdale. president-
elect; F. Monroe Varber. Delray,
Beach, first vice president: William
W Mitchell. Miami Beach, second
vice president, and Robert KaD
Ian. Miami Beach, secretary trea-
surer
The district embraces the area
between Vero Beach and Key West
The group also elected I)r Jo-
seph Fuller. Miami, as delegate to
the executive council of the Flor-
ida State Dental Society, with Dr.
Williard Van Camp. Miami Beach.
named alternate
Dr. Victor E Lucia. New York
City, a member of the Academy of
Restorative Dentistry, earlier spoke
on full denture construction Also
speaking was Dr. Robert Thoburn.
Daytona Beach, president of the
state society.
\fir Summer
4 amp Open
Wonderland Summer Dav Camp
is now open Offering a program of
activities including swimming, all
out-door sports and arts and crafts,
as well as a rounded program of
activities, the camp has all its activ-
ities at 1335 SW 67th ave.
Occupying over an acre of fenced
in land, the equipment includes |
.swimming pool with the most mod-
ern type of construction The filter
ing system changes the water in the
poo] entirely within a six hour
period. In addition, the pool has a
fenced in wading pool.
Included in the staff are two
physical education instructors from
the Dade County School Board.
Also on the staff are Red Cross
swimming instructors qualified to
Certify any children who pass the
Red Cross swimming tests
The full day program runs from
830 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. and is un-
der the direction of Frances Elman.
who last year was associated with
Happy Holiday Camp at Coral
Gables.
Show at Mirell Gallery
Features Jack Amoroso
Through June 21. Mirell Gallery
will have a showing of the paint-
ings and sculpture of Jack Amo-
roso.
Mr. Amoroso is a native of Bos-
ton, who came to Miami in 1949.
Since then, he has become well
known in this vicinity for his street
scenes and abstractions Although
he has had many exhibits, one-man
and group, this is his first one man
show of abstract and semi-abstract
paintings, and sculpture.
Mr. Amoroso studied at the
School of Practical Art. Boston, and
Lacedra School of Fine Art. also
in Boston Although he is only 24.
he has received many awards for
his paintings
The exhibit at this gallery, which
consists of 12 paintings and 5
pieces of sculpture, may be viewed
Monday through Friday, from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m.. and 1 to 4 p m
Saturday hours are from 1 to 4
; p.m. The gallery is at 18 Anthony
Arcade. Coconut Grove.
Plans to Vitalize
Beach Hotel Group
Now Under Way
Plans for vitalization of the al-
lied membership arm of the Miami
Beach Hotel Association are al-
ready under way. according to Lee
C. Ezell. temporary' chairman of
the newly established allied mem-
bership subcommittee here.
With some 150 local firms in the
allied membership roster. Ezell
stated that a better understanding
of the nature of the work, products
and services offered by the non-
hotel members "would insure to
a greater benefit to Miami's econ-
omy while promoting the aims of
tourism the fundamental pur-
pose of the Miami Beach Hotel
Association."
He requested that all members
invited by executive secretary Sam-
uel A. Kivkind attend a conference
held here "so that more definite
plans can be consummated."
Ezell intends to submit a pro-
posal for a general exhibit, open
to. all persons, which will serve
to dramatize the services available
by the allied members.
Election of permanent officers
of the allied membership group
will A. J. Bourke, Leonard Tobin,
Joseph Sihcrman and R. H. Cresse
now serving with Ezell as a tem-
porary board.
Ellis Island May be
Abr.ndoned as Port of Entry
NEW YORK (JTA) Ellis Is-
land, gateway for millions of immi-
grants to the United States, may
shortly be abandoned, it was indi-
cated by the Immigration and Na-
turalization Service this week. The
service is considering giving up the
station on Ellis Island which has
processed millions of immigrants
since it became the most important
immigrant entrance or departure
station in 1892. In its hey-day, the
Ellis Island station processed up
to 5,000 immigrants daily. Now
it rarely houses more than a few
hundred persons at a time.
Toronto Jewish^
Threatened by ty
.TORONTO CJTAI '
Jwu* Welf,re fZ]
f'-''n publicly | '
f sioo.ooo suit for'
*-*r > a .re-
build a JewUh oZa
Congress have said
Morris Grossman ,J
recently-fonned
Children s Home.UjfsJ
ened to sue unle Q
**'e $100,000. he said
amount his camp-aT
through the UJWfS, '
sition to the project
British to Inquire J
Arrests of hmj]
LONDON (JTA) _
Government has the _
Pathy" with the am*}
by the current report! i\
Jews in Rumania. Fot
secretary AnUiony Na-
the House of CommewSi
His statement was nafcl
to a question by Heear]
Laborite, on what taken to insure fuiassfl
Rumanian peace treat) i
charged, had been violaif
Rumanian mass trull
Uncle Milty' at Sterling
"I'ncle Milty" has taken over
management of the Starlight Room
at the Sterling Hotel and will oper-
ate it under a new dance and con-
tinuous entertainment policy The
hotel will reopen for its initial
summer season on June 22.
Veterans Organize to Fight
Jock Tenney in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (JTA) An or-
ganization of war veterans op-
posing renomination of Jack B
Tenney as Republican candidate
for the State Senate was formed
here. Tenney had been using anti-
Semitic propaganda in his fight to
capture the nomination denied him
by the Republican State Commit-
tee. The organization, known as
the Veterans Committee Against
Bigotry, had opened headquarters
in Beverly Hills. The committee
recruited volunteer* to go out
and campaign against Tenney.
Report Soys Anti-Semites
Active in West Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
West Philadelphia section of the
city is the scene of new anti-Semitic
acts according to a complaint of
the Beth Am Israel Synagogue. Of-
ficers of the Synagogue reported
to the,police this week that mem-
bers of the congregation on return-
ing to their parfajd cars outside
the institution, found that obscene
and .int i Semitic messages had been
hurled through the car windows.
In many cases tires had been de-
flated. .The series of notes have
been found during the past ten
days.
Zionists Form Prof. Brodetsky
Memorial Group in London
LONDON (JTA) Establish
ment of a Brodetsky Memorial
Committee to honor the memory
of the late Prof. Selig Brodetsky
was announced here this week by
the Zionist Federation of Britain.
The first project to be undertaken
by the committee will be the plant-
ing of a Brodetsky Forest in Is-
rael It is also considering the pub
lication of Prof. Brodetsky me
moirs.
Robb. Jacob A. Kaplan awarding the Jacob and Adele Kaplan
scholarship to Ellen Bolker. of Beth David Congregation! at
graduation exercises held for elementary Hebrew schooU on
June 3. The scholarship is sponsored by the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of Greater Miami in honor of Rabbi Kaplan. ^^
Germany Will Pay Pensions
To Danzig Jewish Officials
BONN (JTA) Rabbis and com
munal officials whoJwere perma-
nently employed by congregations
in the Free State of Danzig will in
the future be entitled to pension
payments on the same basis as
j^neir colleagues from Germany
proper, according to a ruling of the
Bonn Ministry of the Interior. All
assets of the Danzig Jewish Com-
munity were taken over by Nazi
Germany, so that the pensions to
which Rabbis and communal offi-
cials would normally have been en-
titled, could not be paid until now.
Austrian* See Sintf
Outcome in Clams I
VIENNA (JTA)-As)
negotiations on Jewish i
injury suffered by Jem
of Nazism, which i
June 1. should be<
end of the month.
Austrian Government
Jewish delegation thai
tamed an attitude
the possible outcome rfl
tiations. withholdiaji
the situation uaullil
of the Austrian propoak
Britain Renews
Iraq Move to lot I
. LONDON (JTA) *]
Government was aikd i
week to intervene mil
tain the end o( dial
treatment of British JenJ
sire to fly to Iraq or past
it to any other point ail
East. Barnett JinnerJ*
asked Foreign VnilerwrtajJ
thony Nutting in-theHcoC
j mons whether he hadj*
with the Iraq Governs"!
j move discriminator)' "^
1 which required P*"I
I Jews and which sttmf
I grantd tu Jews. As i n*f
requirement the BnUsa" ]
Airways Corporation HM
take Jewish passensn
through Iraq.
WoHdOSEtoOfhtl
For Studies in **** |
PARIS (JTA)-Jbe ^
Union announced W
it would offer grantsM
medicine and M**"l
persons now W*Jf*l
solutions or intend*^
them. StudkaBW*
in France +fjk
of social medicine, P"*
and social service.
Austrian H*0*^*
Restore Property t*
VIENNA (JTA) *
Austrian Parliament. '
ception of four C0j*J
tieg, v,ed for t-.JJJJ,
for the possible *
fiscated prop**
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of pension P*"*"' ,
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JUNE1M951
T-^hlMfMmL
boker Criticizes Partial UN Observers
PAGE 5 B
I JOSEPH SHALOM
IN THE LOBBIES: Sev-
pbservers, whose job it is
disputes between Israel
ho>tile neighbors, have
- the Jordan babble hook,
sinker, charges "Habok-
l daily says these one-sid-
be junked and replaced
partial observers before
rejoin the Mixed Arm-
pmmission. which it left
[c failed to pin guilt on
for the Scorpion Pass
irhich claimed the lives of
|s in the cowardly bus am-
ing new has been added:
jMagen David Adom (Jew-
Cross) to get a helicopter
(first) from friends in Eng-
tndy in emergencies .
Irm sinking ii $$ for the
of motor scooters in Is-
Miicle.s for use here and
] The inevitable has come
[the term. "McCarthyite,"
tared on the Israel scene
kith an interesting twist,
/daily. Kol Ha'am," hurl-
irm at leaders of the also-
Epam Party reportedly (get
br having branded as a
msf the left-of-left Dr.
heh'
.
ED LUCK: Israelis chuck-
thi> true yarn a resi-
put a pocketful of pi-
Ito a lottery to luckily win
bund trip to France stretch-
tinning streak a trifle too
teturned by boat this week
Into the arms of observant
|ice. The man's limping
out when an inspection
en case the returnee
[along revealed slits which
no less than 592 shiny
, Now the once-lucky smug
[ lots of time on his hands
I pokey!
>
NG THE ROUNDS: Tel
Municipality has turned
down on-a little-trumpeted
ent proposal that the city
sizable sections of the
keep bathers out of po-
eas. A compromise set-up
bbably permit "unofficial"
['(at the surfers' risk). The
[started a few years back as
; of faulty sewage disposal.
and other nearby areas
olutely clear of contamina-
hey should be jammed by
vians and tourists this sum-
Bts born this week to a
i mom of four. An Iranian
I Dad's on the jobless lists
1 Aviv sinking a record
" into, building new city
fand sidewalks. The sum's
es that spent in '53 .
loiSephardi Congress: some
[here still grumbling about
hey term too much noise
[charges of bias in Israel
I Sephardim instead of con-
on the more important
[ *uming over more eminent
of Sephardi' communities
tout the world.

JND THE SCENES: High
t quarters here expressing
ttffaction over the well-de-
I election of New York in-
sist, Ernest Nathan, to the
f Drectors of the Palestine
~*"c Corporation. Closely
jW with PEC (the oldest and
1 US. investment organiza-
Israeli for many years, Na-
ils highly respected among
n all segments of the
J> s economy. It was Mr. Na-
|*no with the energetic Rob-
J*. PEC president, and Mr.
Margolin, saved the day for
P Urpl single industrial
F>* (FertiliMrs & Chemicals
V making available a $1,500.
P from PEC to enable the
ruon of six essential plants
r Ministry working overtime
.e serious shortage of
in Upper Galilee. Unless
oarers arc willing to take
r/2il lmrr,ediately, a big
W sunk into soil preser-
the area for planting will
be endangered ... Six Tel Aviv
cafes are feuding with th< author!
ties over a- midnignt shutdown
One cafe in particular, a popular
Bohemian hangout, is especially al
odds over the new municipal by
law. Its annoyed patrons corner-
ed on the cafe one midnight recent
ly, ordered meals and defiantly
watched the clock hands merge at
12. Israeli police, tipped in ad
vance, arrived minutes later, oblig-
ingly allowed the patrons to finish
their soup, then convinced the own-
er to close shop. Public pressure
though, may soon prompt a re-
versal of the midnight madness.
Fact of the matter: if the ruling
is strictly imposed, a modern me-
tropolis with a population exceed
mg 300.000 would be completely
,1,'|illu"1 "' even a single public
eating spot aiter midnight, it
WOUld leave all-night workers par-
ticularly hard hit.
Music lovers, localites ana tour
>sts both, got good ne-vs this week.
The ZOA House, largest cultural
center in the young republic, will
once again present open air eon-
certs by the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra this season. The orches-
, tra will perform in the huge out-
| door stadium recently named in
j honor of Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
prominent Zionist leader. It was
still another project by the ZOA
House to serve as a vital bridge
between Israeli and American cul-
ture getting across high points of
the American way of life New
group formed to further strength-
en friendship ties between Israel
and Brazil.
Government agencies flashing
warnings to consumers against
shelling out more than the official
price for ice now that sweat drops
have begun forming on brows with
the advent of summer Here's
an idea of how Haifa Port has
grown in the past few years: where
several hundred passengers consti-
tute a big day, the Port handled
1,000 in .in week without the slightest fuss.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1954
Crum Assails Soviet Satellite Attack Againsl Jews
NEW YORK Bartley (rum.
prominent Christian Zionist and
New York attorney, declared this ben and uue-ts at the Astor Hotel
,he M.ddle Kast." (rum told an that the to......t>m ot peech MWl
audience of more than 1.000 mem M) and religious choice in hreal hould tak.....I ".
exist nowhere else in the Middle ,, .,
United Nations m New York City, that -without Kast It Knot an accident tfa
week that the
should take note
ting persecution
by the Soviet
lites.' which he charged were "a I needs for social juctice for its peo
violation of the genocide conven-' pieArabs and Jews alikedevel-

II III Ii I ,.IT I.'II > ii ***-. vi n n ....... \ .- ( 1
>te of 'the unremi. sacrificing the ancient spiritual and life W**? *,' |Tni in K "
in of Jewish leaden Boral value- of the Hebrew proph is about three tun a- long ip i
Union and its UtJ el-. Mael has. ,n fulfilling the reel a. an>,lu,v elM ,n the N.......
tion recently signed by the Soviet
Union "
Addressing the traditional an
nual dinner of the Mizrachi Organ
ization of America, ("rum asserted
that the "dreadful acts" aj rtnst Ihf
Jews in the Soviet Empire con
stituted undeniable proof that a
real Jew could never become a
Communist "
Asserting that "Israel is the kej
to effective American policy in
oped a twentieth<-entury civiliza
tion "
The annual dinner, which this,
peat narked the -with annivanarj
of the < -I.iblishtnent id Ihe Amen
can Mizrachi movement, now the
East
"Because it i- based on spiritual
and moral values, and i- wrving M~ I
people h\ putting into effect the
principles of social iuatlce Israel
[umiahei a most telling. < most el
fective answer to Communism
which is ba d on materialism.
(mho declared "Thus a real Jew
. become a i ommunisl
too. we can understand
largeat religious z.<>:i.st group in
the world was held under atl-plcc- Cl.........
n! the Greater Men York Council "inua
o| M nrachi, of which Rabbi Mitchel ( the unremitting persecution of Jen
S Eskoiskj is chairman I |sh teaden by the Soviet Union and
Christian Zionist leader said I its sateUtes. It seems to me," t'run.
Rabbi Cassel to
Be Oxford School
Spiritual Leader
Board of Trustees of the new
Torah Temple. 1204-8 West ave..
Miami Beach, have announced the
appointment of Rabbi Louis An
Cassel as spiritual leader
Rabbi Cassel. who until now was
Rabbi at Tifcreih Israel North.side
Center, will begin hit work on be-
half of Torah Temple its affiliated
groups and educational depart
ments this week.
Rabbi Cassel is a gradual.- of
Yeshiva University and received
his graduate training and degree
at Columbia University He was
ordained at the Isaac Elchanan The-
ological Seminary of New York in
1941 and also holds a graduate di-
ploma from the Teachers' Institute
in religious education and peda
fOK>
Prior to hi.s assumption of the
pulpit at Tifervth Israel, he held
positions as Rabbi and educational
director in various cities, includ
nag Knoxville. where in conjunc
tion with his synagogue duties. he
assumed the position of Hillel di-
rector and advisor to Jewish stu
dents at the University of Tonnes
see. He also held posts in Phila
delphia and Syracuse. Now York.
where he served the Jewish
dent Fellowship of Syracuse I'm
\ersit> in an advisor) <-;|>. I
I-..r several months, Rabbi
ha been conduct ins a raou. i>r..
mm locally called "The Rabbi -
Corner The new leader of Torah
Temple v a memlier of IU- tlreat
' ut. .. \ iolation ol the
convention recentlj
sigm d bj the Soviet I nion
iling rei enl acts ,.i the l nil
, ,i s ites D part nv nl i State
i. i rum -aid thai
ns did nol qu h w ith
t tJ foreign p i
iders know "thai in Israel
rung dem
oci at u ocii tj v. hei eas in the bal
an< ol ih. Middle East there is
dalism, po' prtj. disea sfes ai d
| mas- illitera
said that I rani furnishes
afhowcaae ol the values which we
in the toes West believe can offset
| and prevent the spread ol Commu-
ism Our goal, therefore, hould be
to in in.: about paaca between the
State "i Israel and the Ar.di
Stati
"The ihipmenl of arm- t.. Iraq,
ii i planes t i Syria and other ^i
plementa oi war can only servt to
arouas bitb r hoetllits in i lei and
cm. 1 think, onlj result In intensi-
fying the attempt ol th. trab lead
rr-hip lin with th>' v
on the theorj that otherwue
ht m 'V into the >>"\ le( ot
U
Oxford School
Has (roundbreakinjf
Groundbreaking for Ihe new 0l
ford School took place last week
and construction crews are at work
on converting the Adams csl
Miami Beach landmark, at We-t
ave. and Biscay ne Bay. into a mod
era resident school for ht
The mam building, formcrh the
Adams mansion, will h<
tins for the fall tefjeater, complete
with sit eping rooms, d.mng halls
and i lassrooSas.
Oxford School lathe first project
of the non-profit Torah Temple and
will be operated on the teachmg-
of Rabbi Abraham Cassel. I _. a eas j
After completion of the mam Schwartz hlecM
school building, work will continue Corporation Director
.Id Schwartz, of Miami, has
Hartley Crym
tea*, iaeis Cassef
on the day .school kindergarten fa
cilities and finally on the Temple
building which will house Torah
Temple itself.
"When completed. Oxford School
will have one of the most modern
and complete educational plants ol
any private day and residential
school in Florida." school official-
said this week.
In addition to the neeeasar]
buildings, special facilities for all
Afademv Womon
Kwim-Danee
Annual swim dance and card
party sponsored by Hebrew Acad-
5? *I".-n. w!11_,akLpl"c! ^a,ur: k,nd\of xp-o-t- and handicraft work delphia < hapter of the American
1'iiblu- Relations Association i..
been elected one of the 13 direc-
tor- oi Public Relations Manage-
ment Corporation, which with its
network of 28 firms throughout the
United States Canada. Mexico,
England and Australia! is the lar
lest public rela.ti.ins organization
in the world.
John La< : Philadelphia,
president ol the Poos Itichard Club
and former president of the Phi Li
Mlu.io Hubfalnloal A
^f^f^Saw.! found
IA..U-... Mv.n.m ..I V--l.lV- V'llv"
..%yn* p lieiiaMr
day eveninc. June 19. 8 p.m.. at
the N act atone Hotel uardens and!
pool.
Ml ical nrogram and entertain
nasal tor the evening is being ar
langed by Alex Miller, loaslma-t. r
The Mcsdames Joseph Sbapuo
and David laid ;.r<- CO chairmen.
ConuQjIltec nmsbtn In charn.- of
ticket* i.n.l brrunicmpiits are the
ot tin- (..r.-ut.-r l Mfwlimit's Irvi.tu Klrtel. Alcxu..d.T
rn.x-.at..>... u..t> \ ,_, u[llhh< >srl...r Btrtmin, iwl-
4Sm.gr.uu. It..., \,tllll Kuri.rll>. Ai.rnhiipl .
will be installed so that Oxford
School will be able to offer a com
plats leaching and recreational pro
gram when it opens
Zalis Named to Head
Town GMJCC Leafrue
Marvin Zall-. Um*. Ut-t ii nan
presiflrnt Ol ihr Young \.i
1 .**.<' . . .. amtsj.1 Miiimi .1. w
Cnmmun t,y -'-.-. *i * !*
. -. ....**.
Ii i ted pi Ii enl ol PRMl Nee
ive offices "t the firm I
i" ned idison ave
Sehwaru i a member ol the Pub
he Relation* Societ) ..i America
and oi the Government, American
and Florida I'ui.lu- Relation* A-.
uclatbooM He i- -> j.......!..- off
I'lannlai h.m.i .i ..i >>' I'll) '
Pianist Jorge Bolet
Acclaimed by Critics
ihs ipectaculai i ^. ol the in
ternationally acclaimed pianist,
Bolet, who will appear as
.iti-t with the Universit) of
Mi.um Summer Symphony Orchei
ii.. John Bitter, conductor, in the
lir-t of the Miami Beach Pop Qua
cert- on Sunday evening, June 2d.
n .it the Mian,; Bench Audi
tonum. continoea on to even great-
cr heights
Bolet has been soloial with prac
ticall) ever) maji i mphony or-
chestra in N'orlh America. This ,n
elude, ma t reengagajmenfa. His
first Mipgnjmi iii with Ihe San
Franiisco and the Cincinnati Qm
s la t season were acclaimed
by critics.
Born in Havana. Cuba. Bolet.
long an American citizen, received
ii ly training at the Curtis In-
stitute in Philadelphia. Alter nic
ceanes in Europe, he returned In
the i niti d Stats to .1 in the i m el
.-.I Naumburg and Josel Hofmann
\u .1 i1 i i iut u Ith
York Phi lliai monlc Sj m
, uo.ii-r i in.,iii Mitropoutoe,
wliuli the preai hiled ..- "tha moal
lautMfandtna .'oi.c-rio reading ..I ihe
ll." I.*- "..- I | > .. I I > HUCC^-NNfUi
I Hnci'M Mill. til.- I-l,. I,.... 11 ,)> ,.*
-> Ml,.. II,.- II......,, .-.>
... ...
Rabbi Shapiro Feted
I: ibbinical S
mi plaji 'I ho t at a luncheon
given in honor oi Rabbi Mas Sha
oiro in i ir to hi i departure from
Miami Hi- colle igue i on i nted
Kan .1" Shapiro w Ith a fai I
t^lft
Veterans Entertained
Norm.in Bruce Brown Auj
No 174. Jewish u ,.r Veteran
i i irtj for pal n nl ,t the < loral
i, ibles Veterans Ho ipltal on F'n
i\.w evening in the hospital's
ation hall Entertainin
laC'Ulelllle Klt-lil
litlivuvd Tvnehvr
1 i Mo l Tescher, son of
Ml I,ma Tescher, IBM S\V :t3rd
i i Miami, a former student at
. Senior High School, uradu-
ated from the Southern College of
netry, Memphis. Tenn.. on
18
He h id Ihe Doctor of optometry
hrretl upon him by Dr.
\'. I: Cramer, president of Jhe
rolh
Durtni In- attendance at South-
ern College, Or Teacher served on
the student council, was \'.ce presi-
iient oi the Florida Club, a member
of the Illuminating f enngSss
ei.'\ ..ml Omega Kpsilmi ['hi, na-
iwvt* Eye Hvyrvv
tional optometric fraternity, and
was on the- Dean's List for high
scholastic attainment.
He plans to take the Florida
State Board Examination in Op-*
tometry in August and plans to
establish a practice in one of the
smaller towns in South Florida.
Appears as Guest Pianist
American Jewish Congress held*
an installation luncheon at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel here Jay
Ile-s 15-year-old son ol Mr. and
Mrs David Hess. 2190 SW 10th St.,
appeared as guest pianist.
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Ellis Rubin Named
By Legion Department
EUia s Rubin. Miami attorney
who has been active .1- i ipeaker
against Communism, was named
last week a- slate chairman of the
combined Un-American Activities
Committee and the Anti-Commu-
nist Book Committe of the Amer-
ican Legion.
Rubin's appointment was an-
nounced by Joe C. Jenkins, new
Legion department commander.
A member of Harvey Seeds Post.
Rubin will tour the state in a con-
tinuation of the Legion's campaign
to explain the danger of Commu-
nism
Film Showing Slated by
Cancer Society at JWV
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
No. 174. Jewish War Vet. ran- \u'.l
hold a monthly social meeting on '
Wednesday. June 23, 8 p.m..
1947 West Flagler at
There will be a film showing by I
Braxton Tewart. of the local chap-
ter of the American Cancer Soci I
ety. Questions and answer period
will follow under the direction of
Dr. Morris H Blau. diplomate of |
I the American Board of Surgery and I
fellow of the American College of
Surgeons
Men's Cluh of >JorfTi
ish Center met Thuradaj evening
Spea era' panel i the Da Oount] ( "uncil on Community Re
[ations participated in a program
on the subject "Segregation in the
i'ublic Schools."
Panel members were Dorothy
Mitchell, program chairman. PTA
Council of Dade County; Rev. Ed-
ward T. Graham. Pastor of Mt. Zion
Baptist Church; Dr. Donald Mich-
aelson, director of Hillel and Pro-
fessor of Human Relations at the
University of Miami; and Tobias
Simon. Miami Beach attorney.
The discussion was one of a
series on the subject of segrega-
tion presented by the Dade County
Concil.
I fa.( mi .Siiii(la.\ onii-'iiin::
'at the home of Loretta Israel. 5011
s\\ mil at., and ;> charltj ball ;' the
Sorrento Hotel on June 2"J
Proceeds are for the decoi
of the lounge i'i the Center Town
Branch.
The Young Adult League meets
on Thursday evening- Included
for summer fare will he a series
01 -wim-dances at the Fleetwood
Hotel.
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American Notables .. .1846: MaxLilienthal,Reformer
; By MARRY SIMONHOFF
(Harry SimpmhmU'i column, c-iitituling series entitled,
Americom Notables, i$ k*in muMitM The Jewish floriiian
I port of the tercentenary celthrotion of Jewish settlement in
the Unite* Sftes.-Th Uitur%J
In the horse and wagon era of 1849, Russia seemed
shrouded in preternatural darkness to the young.German
Rabbi who received an offer to superintend the new school
at Riga. He was intrigued when informed of the light that
began to penetrate the opaque mist enveloping Russian
Jewry. He might even spearhead the revolution engineer-
ed by the Maskillim \o bring modern culture to a people,
extraordinarily astute and receptive, yet steeped in ob-
scurantism.
Max Lilienthal forsook Munich to introduce up-to-date
methods of the German Jewish school, designed to displace
the cheder and yeshiva, in operation since the 16th cen-
tury when the Talmud was a beacon light in a world .of
Christian hate and bigotry. He succeeded, and his name
spread. Government officials presented Lilienthal with
a diamond ring as a mark of the Czar's approval, he was
invited to St. Petersburg for a conference
Russian autocracy, full of premonitions about preserv-
ing the feudal status quo in a world charged with revolu-
tionary ideas, leaned heavily on organized religion. It
could only regard Judaism as the hereditary foe of Greek
orthodoxy. The German race myth had not yet been in-
vented by the French Count Gobeneau. Czardom saw a
simple way towards monolithic conformity in the con-
version of Jews to the state religion Stiff-necked ob-
stinacy lav grounded in Rabbinic ideology. The bearded
Cha--Mdim. with corkscrew curls dangling from temples
under fur turban-like headgear, wearing long caftans that
scarcely concealed their white stockings, appeared to of-
fsCiaMom U the spirit incarnate of the Talmud. If the
modern teacher, schooled in secular learning, could dis-
place the melamed. then conversion and assimilation
would follow
At least so thought the Minister of Kducation Sergius
Vv.irov who passed for a liberal in the milieu of black
reaction To Lilienthal, he represented the Czar's govern-
ment as abandoning persecution or compulsion and genu-
inelv concerned with Jewish enlightenment as a remover
of hatreds and humiliations. Cultural reforms through
state supervised schools would transform the Rabbinate
as well as the masses. But he needed a qualified inter-
mediary, a spokesman for the government and trusted by
the Jews. Lilienthal accepted the assignment.
For a time. Max Lilienthal stood out as one of the
famous men in Europe. The eyes of civilized people every-
where focused upon the person who might bring ameliora-
tion to Jews in Russia. Forward looking Maskillim con-
sidered him "as wise as Solomon and as enterprising" as
Moses." Crowds extended a royal welcome to the har-
binger of emancipation, to the enlightener of their perse-
cuted brethren, sunk in a quagmire of fanaticism.
But the leadership in both wings of Orthodoxy were
suspicious of Greeks bearing gifts. In Vilna. the acute
Lithuanian mind questioned the good faith of a govern-
ment that declassed an entire people to the grade of
pariahs, confined and overcrowded in a vast ghetto called
the Pale of Settlement. Could confidence be placed in a
tyrant who ordained that little children be kidnapped
and inducted into military service for 25 years? What was
the value of modern culture without human rights? What
could aufklaerung without emancipation accomplish, ex-
cept to lead the discontented intellectual to baptism?
Lilienthal replied that if he thought such were the aims
of the government, he would resign his post immediately.
Obstacles Causing Withdrawal
It was a tough assignment for the school teacher. Any
move could offend some group. Intimacy with ultra ortho-
dox elements might alienate liberal Maskilim, and vice
vcr-a Aloofness brought the accusation of German arro-
gance. Yet Lilienthal's recommendations were adopted
by Use government. A Rabbinical commission, evoked to
supervise the proposed new schools under the ministry.
served as security against reforms that might sabotage
Judaism. Montefiore in England. Cremieaux of France,
and Phillipson of Germany were invited to attend the de-
liberations Yet nothing could persuade the plain people
ii the government's benevolent intentions.
Shortly after the prominent community in Odessa of-
fered him the post of Rabbi, Dr. Lilienthal applied for
leave to visit his family |n (:-,
he never returned. Ins,,.,,, he?url>' of America. It ii possihl, that h, 2,,,to *
cial duplicity to use him .'. .""mi
cial duplicity to use him a
Russifying his coreligionists ,U08e tor toj,
The fame of Lilienthal precede k
The second ordained Rabbi to Zn^
served three German Orthodox Sv
Ntle m vj
-^. <-u uhcc wrman urthodox Svna.,..* ^1
at the then generous salary of $1 ot ^m
some mild reforms in abohshm* i!>Mr H
proving decorum. He introduced 5*M
mony, subsequently adopted in -II ,L1 /"H
lean Judaism. The ablest speaker aDWiH
yet somehow he did not quite realize rtL
lions raised on his arrival RecognnJ,i |
for Jewuh education, he withdrew fnWaT
conduct a private school that earned*-!!
factions. It anticipated the modern HeK!
He preferred to act as honorary Rabbi lr
congregations, preaching and performm.
out compensation. ^
T. Clmifwati and R.|riI1
The lack of impact in New York
from a gradual change affecting his idM|(
interest in the reform movement led him to
Wise. Called to the Rabbinate of Bwie Jfi
nati, he also became editor and contributor hi"
icaa Israelite." He wrote for the German
publications as well as for Isaac Leeser's tL
the citadel of reform, he spent his last 27 3
made his chief contribution to American
lishmg several volumes that included straawj
and poems. He even left three dramas in mi
Dr. Lilienthal brought scholarship, imp,
quence and literary expression to Reform,
crusader by instinct, he nevertheless was g^
all the way with the radicalism of David hiss.
ferred the more moderate course of Isaac {1
assisted in founding the Hebrew I'nion CollejJ
he taught history and literature The consent!
Lilienthal exerted a wholesome influence nl_
form from the centrifugal dangers that threat]
lutions.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jr* "-*"* ^
92 in Savannah; Named First
Mounted Policeman in 1896
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
J'osnick. will become Bar Mitzvah.
Jtabbi Moses Mescheloff will offi-
ciate and address the confirmand.
Jdincha is at 6:45 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7.30 am and 6:45 and 7:15 p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a m. The Bar Mitzvah I
Of Benjamin, son of Mrs. Rosa j
Klein, will take place. Howard.
son ox Mr and Mrs Paul Galbut. I
became Bar Mitzvah during Satur I
day morning services last week, j
Daily services are at 7:30 am and
6.45 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
bold Friday evening services at ]
8:15 p.m. Temple Israel's summer j
schedule will include Sabbath eve|
services conducted either by Dr.
Joseph Narut, spiritual leader, or
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeri-
tus. William Malcolm, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cohen, was Bar
Mitzvah during services last week.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 645 p.m Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
"Take God Along on Your Vaca-
tion." Cantor Berele Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 5:30
p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky will officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion. Cantor Sam-
uel Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Mincha is
at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy DreLspul, was Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning services last
week.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and preaching
on the topic: "The Jewish Father
at His Best." Candle blessing will
be offered by Mrs. Buddy Logue.
president of the Women's Auxil-
iary to the Jewish War Veterans.
Saturday morning services are at
10 am, when Rabbi Skop will dis-
cuss "Fathers' Day." Kiddush
will follow.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:4$
p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim officiat-
ing and rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Klein. 320 SW 51st el., and
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Lustgarten. 4044 NW 2nd ct will
become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at
6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Maariv will conclude the Sab-
bath observance. Jules, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Mitnick. was Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services last week.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., honoring Fathers' Day.
Men's Club will participate. Chil-
dren of the Religious School will
recite in honor of fathers. Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Can Parents
Mold the Destiny of Their Chil-
dren?" Cantor Mordechai Haalnoan
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. The Oncg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be sponsored by the
Men's Chib. Saturday morning;
services are at 9 am., when Rabbi
Shapiro is scheduled to discuss the
Weekly Portion. Susan Deutsch.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Deutsch was Bas Mitzvah during
Friday evening services last week
TEMPLE EMANU EL will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate and preach on the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Philip Brununer
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Daily services are in
the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold services Friday
night at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing at 8:30 am Saul Meringoff
will speak on the subject: "The
Pioneers of Old and Today." Louis
Dublin will conduct a class in Tal-
mud at 3 p.m. Mincha is at 6:30
p.m., followed by Maarv. Services
are conducted by Cantor Abraham
Seif.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday a( 6 p.m. Les-
ter Shapiro, of the religious com-
mittee, will conduct services dur-
Louis Blumberg. 92. first mount-
ed policeman in Savannah. Ga.,
died on June 9 there. He was ap-
pointed to the force February 9,
1896, and served for many years.
A member of B. B. Jacob Syna-
gogue. Mr. Blumberg resided in Sa-
vannah for 65 years. Services were
held June 10. with Rabbi A. I. Ro-
senberg and Cantor Albert Singer
officiating.
Mr Blumberg. who was the hus-
band of the late Rebecca Brown
Blumberg. is survived by three
daughters. Mrs. T. J. Ryan. Savan-
nah, Mrs. Viola Schiff. Atlanta, and
Mrs Leah Rapaport. New York
City; four sons, Morris and -Ben.
Savannah. Meyer, Los Angeles,
Cal.. and Nathan. Miami: a niece.
Miss Rose Blumberg; 20 grandchil-
dren and 22 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Werman Dies in Brooklyn
Fanny Werman. wife of Abraham
Werman. 3555 Flamingo dr.. Miami
Beach, died on Saturday. June 6.
at Maimonides Hospital in Brook-
lyn. NY. Mrs. Werman leaves
three sons. Gustave. Meyer and
Hyman. and one daughter, Esther
Scheinholz. Also surviving are sev-
eral grand and great grandchildren.
ing the absence of. Rev. Rudolf E
BriH. Services will begin at 9 am
Saturday. Michael Rubier, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubier, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will bold late Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.
with Rabbi Abraham Herson of
Waco. Tex., officiating. Cantor Al-
beit Glantz will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. An On-
es Shabbat sponsored by the Sister
hood will follow Saturday morn
mg services are at 9 a.m.

NORTH DAOE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. Wlth Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and preaching
on the topic: "Know Your Amer-
ica." Senior Choir will be under
the direction of Lucille Moore with
( antor Maurice Neu rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy The
Oneg Shabbat last week was soon
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Chai
ken in honor of their son Jerrold's
Bar Mitzvah. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Daily serv"
ices are at 7 p.m.
Obituaries
SAMUEL B. MARKS
ST. of 144 Kv.ixuide* AM'Iiik, I'alm
Baarh, im- .1 > Wedn. -ariay, June
'ih. In a l. al hoapital. SimmvuI It)
in tun, Sf> im.in. Mml on daaarhtar,
Mr* Svlvln I--! led tan. In lteinaln*
were aent I.. X-w V..ik i"it\ f..i
lee* and Interment by Miami Kivrr-
i.l.
BENJAMIN SHAROFF
7. of lOIJ KW leth at., iralitenl of
Miami for 17 .wars, died KatunUt. Me
leaven hi* n If,.. | >ian. ami a brother,
laadoie. of Miami llea. h KarvlcM
sad hartal were in Brooklyn s v
:.".I.n l-uneml Home of Ml.mii ...
In charge of local arrangement
MRS. IDA RABINOWITZ
II, of fit*) iha*e ave who marie her
Ull.l 1k.ii i. hele for ; Xea'
June io in Now York Clt) Surviving
am h. i hurhanri LotSM IWo .lauah-
tem. Mr* Mauri, e Orovitl, Miami
l:,a.li .1.1 Mrs Ken W.-ul.r. New
Jork <"lt> her mother. Mr. Minni-
twill. Miami Hear Ii and two hrothara,
Sam '"111. Miami Beach, ami la-ul*
"rill. I v. Mill*. <"llf SeiM. .-
ware h. I.I ,.t Itlveralde Memorial Chap-
el. Miami Rea.-h Hurlal followed In
the Temple 1-1...1 Mellon ..f the
Urarelanri I'emelery.
HARRY QOLOMINZ
". of 1513 N HKhliiKi.-ii a\e. Ml..on
llea. h. .lied June 10. Funeral aerv-
loe* were held In the Miami tle.u h
i:..id..i. < lia|.. I with Ion 1.11 In the
family plot In Ml Natra i.ui.i.i.
Mr. (Inldmina. a ............lun.. re-
cently iiuinn-l.il with the Womeic"
Thaaters. came to Miami fiom New
Jernev 2 \eara a-o. He waa a veteran
of Woj-hI War l. a nwiilier of Miami
lieat-n IV.-I No ;, AmeiU-an l,erlon:
lilliis. lie l.od*-e. FA AM Miami Haarh.
and lit* Royal Amajuiov Jn New Jer-
aey. Ruie hla.Wlfa. Mra. Roaa Qtad.
mlaa. h. leaves a e>n. H-t. Jerome
Mnch with the Armed IVr.ea In
Korea: a brother and four alutara la
New Vorlt.
M#ta LINA SAPPER
it. of ISO Jefferaon ave.. Miami liaarh.
died June She .-am* from I'ltlehurKh
IS yeara airo Surviving ara a eon.
Mas. Miami Keaoh. a daughter. Mm
Ikiae rhirocoff. I'ltt^burgh, and one
gi.ind.'hlM. Serv ire* were held In
lordon'* Miami Hnarh fhapel with
burial In Ml. Sinai Cemeter>.
SAMUSL HA8KES
M, of 17*1 olltna ave. died June II
In a ho*|,ltal A resident here seven
years, he wa> a hotel manager. Sur-
vivor* aie hi* wife. Keaele; hla fniher.
M.rils two daughter*. Mra eylvin
Hall. 1 of H.,iKw.-.ri. and Mn Oar-
Ifude Mallorv. of Han I h.ienlx. Aria.
Servtre* mere held In the Klverslde
M*fm-<-.i i-h*i>el Ml-.il Ba. h Hur-
lal followed In Ml. Nebo Cemtery.
MRS ANNA CHAPLAN
.1. of To i-arll.le ave Miami Heai-h.
died Hundav. she had lived hete five
year*. She la aurrlved b> two dMUKh-
lera. Mr* Hetty Zu. kerbera and Mia
Horothv Korigen of Miami llea.-h, and
two aona, la. k ami llentHiiwn. of New
V.ok i'iIv Service* were held Tuea-
ib.v in Riveralde Memorial I'haitel.
Miaow llea. 1, Burial followed In Ml
Klnal .'. o |ei v
Israel's $470,000,000 Plan
Exceeds U.S. Project for Water
JERUSALEM (JTA) DeUUs of
Israel's plan for the development
of the Jordan water sources and
adjoining areas, presented last
week in Washington to Ambassa-
dor Eric Johnston, President Eis-
enhower's special representative to
the Near East, were revealed here.
I iii.iiiui I St
'ls Ml)
Emanucl M. Stadia, 1
and Mrs. J Z. Stadias. 1
rd.. Miami Beach. ii|
June 18. from the
Wisconsin School of asftd
Dr. Stadlan too. uattfl
medical courses at at I
of Miami where html
of the School SympttsC
wnne here, be was 1
organizing the first I
Zionist group. Hewui
Zionist Youth Cooncfl.
Volunteering for 1
ice. Dr Stadlan *H usM
whirr be was appowieissij
acting chaplain to thai
of Jewish faith.
He was active in HiBeLl
the Hebrew .-.peakinf t^
University of Wiseas*
Dr. Stadlan s paiwU.1
nied by sisters Sarah an J
are in Madison to atteslr
uation exercises.
The Stadlan sisters tflj
'invited guests of Rabh *M
Max Ticktin and daufhtmir
and Dvorala during las'
Madison.
JNF Pica* Hafc
Program Sunday
A special Jewi'5*21!S
radio program, ded"*^
ers" Day, will be P*
Schachter's Vanety
tion WMBM on Sunday.
from 12:30 to 2:30 M-j,
Rabbi Moses Mejche*
dent of the JNF t^jy
Miami, will conaurt m
arranged by Sam Pr**J
chairman of the c Seymour UebmaaJ*\.
Salmon, local ^"ML
leaders, are sditdoWP
ers. Jacob Fishman tu"
pe"________-J
Por?mRo.ct*,,0,
Beach Motel A**(
David R. ^*4
Shore Motel, has bee
president of the Grrt"
Beach Motel *"&*
Klovd Brandes ^
president: l**.*'**.'
and StanlO '^'S;^S
Newdirectorsa^Ul
Jack Salomon. Ini^
Lehman. M"*?**}
Seaman. Sam Morn a
Fr.ed.-r. M'k'Wt^U*J
ner.JackTao^Pg^liiJ
Harmon. St****** r
hen. Louis Decony
Jacker.


Will Head
(unity Chest
lent Miami business ex-
L who participated as a
fc, Daric County's first
| chest campaign and
Intarv roles in each suc-
Cve has been named
[( the Red Feather, prr
Blakey, vice pnndent
relattns manager of
I jnt. was unanimously
L week by the 75-mem-
Boarcl "I Directors tp the
l the organization, which
is annually for 22 dif-
^1 welfare and youth
lid the national USO. He
. H. Brock, vice president
I Air Lines.
Served as vice president
st last year and doubled
,nan of the Industry Di-
ction II m the 1954 Red
Jrive.
Ipwn in business circles
key has been associated
fines for the past 33 years,
president of the Miami
of Commerce, and at pres-
p. president of the Florida
liters' Association.
work includes key posts
American Red Cross, Dade
hapter, and Variety Chil-
kspital
rah Hadassah
Officers
aymond Wolf, newly-
J president of Menorah
kf Hada.vsah, was instal-
luncheon on Monday, June
f p.m., in the Biscayne Ter-
el.
installed were the
. B o a rd. consisting of
fidents, the Mesdames Em-
Smith. Leonard Wolpe,
j Gottlieb and Seymour
, secretaries, the Mes-
ISwiren, Lawrence Gilbert
Meyer; treasurer, Mrs.
jrers; and parliamentarian,
... Siden.
lilton Sirkin, vice presi-
rcgional Hadassah, was
j officer.
Ban in charge of the lunch-
Mrs. George Graham.
nal skit, 'Thanks for the
written, by Mrs. Joel
was presented featur-
iMcsdames Jack Mades, Gil-
range. Jason Grossman and
1 Gordon.
"U^M^Ulsr
PAGE 9 B
letters To The Editor
,,U;";t: ThC JWish n0tWm- hve bestowed on me.
1 know you win e pleated to
,n ... B..drd f Governors >f I fr Journalis
I will try to continue in the fu-
ism means, as well as
thi- Cn-'iti.r m. -.... ....... i,.ni-rrr means, as wen at
t.::t^:z^i;:::;;: *ta:..........-~ *-
iu. ........,. "ol "".>'- emy and its staff who presentee
I. Hiram Blokt,
Dnneraggan Inn
Season Begins
Decoration Day weekend marked
the opening of the summer season
for Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C.
Duncraggan is located high atop
the Blue Ridge Mountains, some
3,000 feet above sea level. Accom-
modations include the authentic
American Main Inn, the new
ground-level Royal Lodge, with
each room individually heated, the
Presidential Lodge, also at ground-
level and for those who do not wish
to climb stairs, and the private,
rustic cottages.
Whatever the individual vaca-
tioner's choice, according to Dun-
craggan directors, "all facilities
feature spacious rooms, wide win-
dows that provide spectacular scen-
ery, and the best in bedding."
Duncraggan's cuisine serves
choice Western meats, supplement-
ed by the local supply of country
fresh eggs, dairy products and pro-
duce and home made bread, rolls
and pastries. "These are the prime
ingredients from which our skilled
chefs devise their delicious dish-
es," the directors said.
Recreational activities include a
private swimming pool supplied by
constant running mountain
spring, shuffle board courts, play-
grounds, gynasium and horseback
riding.
cial recognition was accorded the
outstanding public service ren-
dered by yourself and The Jewish
Horithan in the recent Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign.
In my report to the Board of Gov-
ernors I indicated that, without the
full and cooperative support of
yourself, both as a campaign leader
and a lay person in the field of pub
lie relations, we might not have
achieved the splendid publicity
program and interpretation of Fed-
eration service which was accom-
plished.
As a result of the unanimous
commendation of your services and
that of The Jewish Floridian, we
have caused to be spread upon the
official minutes of Federation the
above detailed tribute to yourself
and the fine newspaper of which
you are publisher.
You have my personal thanks
and the appreciation of the entire
Board of Governors for your in-
valuable and devoted help in the
past campaign. I know we shall be
working side by side in many cam-
paigns to come in behalf of our
Jewish community.
Aaron Kanner,
General Campaign Chairman
presented
this medal to me.
It has made me appreciate how
important the well thought and
written word is. and I will continue
to study to become more proficient
at it.
Thank you again and The Jew-
ish Flordian for the great pleasure
you have given me.
Jerry Temchin
CJerome Temchin was presented
with the Journalism Award of The
Jewish Floridian at graduation ex-
ercises of the Hebrew Academy
last week. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max W. Temchin, 4850 Bilt-
more dr.. Coral Gables.ED.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I wish to express my sincere con-
gratulations through The Jewish
Floridian to Mr. Samuel Friedland
on the opening of his new Kosher
meat and poultry department in the
Alton rd. Food Fair Supermarket.
Mr. Friedland has come up with
the answer to an insistent need in
Greater Miami and, as such, he
continues to demonstrate his qual-
ities as a national and local leader
in the total Jewish community.
Henry Spero
Funds to Send Group
Delegation to Convention
Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls, Chap-
ter 297. held its annual dinner-
dance recently at the Casablanca
Hotel.
Booster books and address books
containing rosters comprised of the
names, addresses and phone num-
bers of all of Hillel Girls were dis-
tributed.
Purpose of the dinner-dance was
to raise money to pay the registra-
tion fee for the group's delegates
going to the District Five B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization annual
convention held at Lakeside Inn,
Hendersonville, N.C.
It a s-o Off lees
Opon in Chicago
NEW YORK Rassco Israel Cor-
poration, a New York company, af-
filiated with the Rural and Subur-
ban Settlement Company, Rassco
Ltd., builders of private homes in
Israel, have announced the open-
ing of their Midwest branch of-
fices at 100 West Monroe St., chi-,
cago.
In addition to the development
of numerous residential quarters
in Israel, Rassco's agricultural de-
partment, during the 20 years of
its existence, has established over
50 settlements throughout the
young state. Rassco also sells or-
ange groves in Israel to American
investors.
As a new type of American in-
vestment, a group of 50 prominent
Chicagoans have already put up
sufficient funds to finance the first
construction phase of a new resi-
dential section on Mount Carmel
in Haifa.
Rassco's Board of Directors in-
cludes Philip Klutznick and Morris
Alexander, both of Chicago.
Camp Umatilla
for BOYS AND GIRLS
Just 4 Hmirt from Miami
IN A SECTION NEVER TROUBLED
SERIOUSLY BY POLIO!
PHILIP S. CHAITON
Educational Director of North Snort
Jewish Cenfer, Cams Director.
For Further Information
CALL 86-4576
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I want to take this opportunity
to thank you for the honor you
Setnd year vocation hi tfct
Blue RMto MowrtohM
The Horowitz
Kosher inn
331 First Avo., W.
Hendersonville, N.C.
32nd SEASON
Fine Kosher foods, prepared in the
American Style by expert cooks.
Write or phone 9206 for reserva-
tions. All rooms with private and
connecting baths.
Under Personal Buporvlelon of
Mr.~. A. HorowltS
THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY
PROGRAM
oi
"Jewish Foram
On The Air"
EVERY SUNDAY
10:30 to 11:30 tun.
Station: WME (Ml on dial)
With Various Feofarei
Produced and Directed if
YOUR CHILD can learn to PAINT and
PLAY IN THE BAND!
Join this delightful and educational
Music and Art Camp now i
8 WEEKSJune 28 to August-20
Musical ActiritieB
Painting Sculpture Crafts
Full Athletic Piogiuut
including Swimming at the King Cole Pool
4 to 13 years oi age. inclusive
Registration Now Being Accosted Brochure on RossMt
Normandy Musie A Art (amp
1021 BIARRITZ OR. mUUIUtH. FLORIDA
Approved Member rrhai* Schools Association of Dade County
PHONE 86-6811
EARLY RESERVATIONS for Famed Summer Resorf
Duncraggan Inn
World Famous Cuisine
Season May 30th to Oct. let
AMERICAN PUN BEGINNING AT $60.00 A WEEK
nmkirt Vour Hosts, Blanche and Sid Lewie
the Mountains HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
Write for Free Booklet
In ""
SPEND TOUR SO/NAtER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Osceola Lake Inn
HENDERSONVIUI, NORTH CAROLINA Jo hin, Owner-Mgr.
SPECIAL REDUCED RATES-Weehly Throughout '* ,M *"
SPECIAL FAMILY SEASONAL RATES
. New Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool
0 Jewish-American Cuisine 3 Meal* Daily.
1 ZSlZpttt"*!** ".win.. Fi,hing. G..f. If****
Riding, Wienie Roa*t, etc.
CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. PHONI1156
. education director of Temple Em0"^'
C" Wi,h Wiiam Thompson, account executive for Dia-
Crystal Salt Companrrepresented by Earl V^W.lson
.L,!' as he reives 600 copies of the "Child's J'f08"*
f of Jewish Holidays." The booklet was created for the
C0Pany by Joseph Jacobs Co., New York.
v ,. are over when your child con have a fall camping
IZrtZtmI*. n..r home'-, well. Because SlmCNAH is righ,
----a Danftl
here on Miami Beach.
SlmOHStmH
wUkimMB> nm*
AN UNUSUAL JEWISH-AMERKAN DAY CAMP
FOR BOYS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS
SIMCHAH
To be conducted at the Floridian Hotel
540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Application. Now Boing Accepted Write or Phone 86-5712 or 5-6B01
. p.,1 on Promise. !. Dancing Art, and Craft.
. Fishing $lort* Hat lunche.
------------j Transportation Famished
Dietary Laws Observed
DIRECTORS: Marjorie Ent, Malcom P. Furman, Gertn.de Fallick
and Shvshannah Spector


PAGE 10 B
*JhuM>/for***r
HUDAYi
Elections, Honors in Miami
D. Richard Mead has been re
elected to his seventh consecutive
one-year term as president of the
Lincoln Road Association. AImi re
elected were Milton Smith, first
vice president, Miftori Sjrkjn. sec-
ond vice ipreaideatc l)r Leonard
Finn, Secretary; and K LMTrj Wall,
iicy-urer. Three leaden were him
ored for outstanding MTVfcM by
directors of the Heart Association
of Greater Miami at a quarterly
meetine here in the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel. Recognition went to
Paul T. Walker, chairman of the
Heart Fund campaigns in 1952 and
1953, and Mrs. Albert Bernard and
Dave Emmer. co chairmen for this
year s Heart Sunday collection. Dr.
Milton S. Saslaw. association pr.M
dent, presented checks to winners
of the recent heart education con
teal sponsored here in the high
schools .
BUSINESS BRIEFS:
Sam Blank, president of Na-
tional Brand. Inc has been elected
a director of the Industrial Saving!
Bank, it was announced by Presi-
dent Leonard A Abess Blank is
trustee of the University of Miami
and past president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Three
South Florida businessmen with
large holding- in various enter
prises have acquired a substantial
interest in the Dania Bank The
in stockholder- are I-eo Robin
son, investor and former president
ol the central Bank Oi Miami;
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the
Board of Food Kair Store- Ud
Otto Bresky, flour and milling
executive .
CHAMBER CITATIONS:
Miami Beach Chamber of Com
merce vice pre-ident l.eon C Mc
A-kill presented certificate- to
member- of the Miracle Club for
obtaining new membership- during
the past year and awarded special
Certificate- ol Recognition to a
number of committee members
> Chamber vice president Sam .1 Hal
, perin honored Alfred A Leaser
with permanent possession of a
gold trophy for paM guidance as
liPreaideni of the Miracle Club.
Rhoda M t-eAlnr %< pr*-*nt*1 a
, gold life indiVfdual membership
I card for her effort- in obtaining
new members for the Chamber of
' Commerce
DOES IT AGAIN:
i Shepard Broad ha- been named
Mayor of Bay Harbor l-land- for
his eighth consecutive term David
M. Abel was appointed vice mayor
I Sidney S Weiss, who won the only
position :it -take in an election Ma>
4. ami -worn in a- a councilman
I Wei raccedl hi- brother. Louli S
Wei, who did UOl SMh reelection
I Ben F Danbaum. president ol
the Miami and Jacksonville bever
| age distributing firm bearing his
! name, ha- l.een reelected a- a di-
rector of Licensed Beverage lndu-
trie-. Inc
This is the national public rela-
tions area of the liquor indu-tr>
The annual meeting took place in
Washington. Danbaum. 64. is a tor
mer inspector of detectives of the
Omaha. Neb. police department
j Later, he operated jn armored car
, and currency exchange there Dan
' baum also i- president of the Big
D.m Corp.. which operates the Lord
Calvert Hotel in Miami He i- a
member of the National Council of
the Joint Defen-e Appeal, chair
man of the Executive Committee of
the American Jewish Committee
and vice president of the National
Children- Cardiac Hospital .
NEW OFFICERS:
Three new officer- of the Miami
1 Chapter Mortgage Bankers Associ-
ation, have been installed here.
They include James Billings. Jr..
-ecretary treasurer, DadeCommon-
wealth Title Insurance Co.; R. B.
Robert- III. president, with The
Ke>i- Co.; and Henry- E Wolff.
. vice president. Henry E. Wolff Co.
Judge Charles Gertler. of the
Miami Beach Municipal
Court, civic leader and mem-
ber of the Board of Directors
of the Miami Beach-Israel
Zionist District, was appoint-
ed chairman of the Member-
ship Committee at a meeting
this week, according to Fred
Jonas, president of the organ-
ization. Serving with Judge
Geitler on the Committee are
John Liebowitz, Alex Van
Straaten. Herbert Linick. Ben
Appel, Abraham Rubin. Phi-
ip Salmon and Ralph Spero.
The present Miami Beach
District has a membership of
1500.
Miami Firm Gets No-Cal Franchise
No-Cal, ongina: non-calorie soft
drink that ha- gained popularity
throughout the country, will be
available to diet minded Floridjans
toon.
Southern Beverages, Inc. Miami.
has obtained the Florida franchise
to bottle and distribute No-Cal and
will deliver to retailer- beginning
till- WI-. ^
Harris and Whitebrook. Miami
Bi :ich advertising agency, has been
retained to originate and manage
SUNRAi rAM
HEALTH RCSORT
HOTCl SANHARtUta
M> Mi" COWV* i !
0 (MOM ULlfJ
at tw oVTcolxti
X1AM1- rLO"'r
the advertising and marketing cam-
paign, according to Sam Blank,
chairman of the Board for South-
ern Beverage-
Jerry Blank, vice president of
Southern Beverage-, said that the
company will produce about G.000
; eases a week and that distribution
. at the outset will include Dade and
| Broward Counties, with some chain
I -ton- extending distribution to
i Palm Beach Countv.
ITS SMART TO SEE THE
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18, 1954
NOTICK
*JmlstfhrldUMJ
jER FICTITIOUS
fc^rnivw th..
Fd
It"
iv 't.th Avenue. In-
DI.IK UAVIDSONI
ilN
hiillcanl
I Si.. Ml-i'"I. Ha.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HKUKHY OIVKN lh.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under {he fictitious nan.....f
SAUNDKR'H (JKiK'KRY. at 22.", w
Flagler St., Intend* to reglstci s.nd
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Howard a. ai:nders
keshi.er & >:ai:s
AttorneyM for Applicant
17M W. Flagler St.
S/W-25 7/2-
LEGAL NOTICI
PAGE 11 B
3EB fictitious
Ldealrlnl to engage In
EiiJterHald name with
$", couriof Dade
fK>RD K. NKUtON
MRS
Applicant
f SI.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCFfH*-HKUKHY CIVEN that
the unrtemlgnert. huslncs.* under the flrtillous name of
CNCI.K DAVE'S HAH. i,l 176 N.W r.th
8t., Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Hide
County, Florida.
BETTY SEEMAN
KESSI.KR & OARS
Attorneys for Atipllcttnt
1782 W. Flagler Ht.
/ll-l-2f. 7/2
IN TlSJ'SFJ?v publication
L-. JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
lLORmTH,iUD'C,Al- "7rCU.TT0
eLORIDA IN AND FOB rr.
Sar77v r ^"A,N?ERVN-
MARIAN R, MAN DEI.I., I'laintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
SACL MANDEI.l.. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<>: RAUL MANDELL,
C/o Mary I.ou Kunn
HI Marina Village
llrldgepnrt. Connecticut
"'' s'\>> MANDELL, are hereby
Hied that a Bill of Complaint for
Inoer FICTITIOUS
mJ&k2*am th, t
.., InS engage n
. 'the fictitious name or
Imkh i "- r. gister said name
,l. circuit Court of
' ii.,i Ida
t\ ,| h IICNTTNOTON
BARS
1 Ari'1'' """
LnOER FICTITIOUS
teiKBToivw that
1 ,l. -i ii I" engage in
'll,.. I nous MUM 0l
iy. VTK'NS, al H N w
, intend to reg-
wlth the Clerk ol Hie
f |n.I. inly. Florida.
REN \T> > I.EVI
CilKKTO ORVIETO
|mv\ k KAPLAN
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKBY (IIVKN that
the undersigned, deslilng to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
F'KED S BAR. at 222 N.W. Mb Si In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Conn or Dade
County. Florida.
FRED JAEGER
KESNI.ER & OARH
Attorneys lor Applicant
17X2 XV. Flagler St.
1/11-1S-M 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. _. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY QITEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
P&iiEMR&r ,h* "'-titlou, name of
Ji. J ,',T,(JNA'' I'ROIHTCTS CO., at
-'64l> KW. 2Sth Lane. Miami, Florida,
"iJr'i' J'V**'"',r Bald name wlu> ,n'
"f'he Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
STYI.ANKZE. INC..
i>.,._ a Florida corporation
I'AI.I.OT, BILVER & M1II.U>Y
Attorneys for Stylaneze, inc.
.01 Congress lildg.. Miami, Fin.
;./2S 6/4-11-1S
LEGAL NOTICE
-. i .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.at 2S N.E. 1st
id name
'ourt of
>m. isn r-.nr., at 22 IS
Avenue, Intends to register sale
with the Clerk of the Circuit C
Had,. County, Florida.
KATHRYN M. KEHRWIEDER
KESSI.KH fc liARS
Attorneys for A|iplicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
; i-m-i*
lUNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IKRKIIY 'IIVKN that
di ii ^ to engage in
tltlous name of
||S,,- |!| M TV SAI.'.N.
St.. Miami Sprinn, in-
ister said name with the
'in in' Court of Pade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY C.IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
OAI.'S BAB, at 858 B.W Bth St., in-
tends Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
Countv, Florida.
MARIAN B. CALKINS
KKSSI.KR CARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17X2 \V. Flagler St.
f/ll-18-K 7/2
K M. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
i lade Count). Florida
Bj M C, GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy cieik
CHARLES .1 Bl iDNEK
Attoi n. > f.,r Plaintiff
1172 MW Jth st Miami. Florida
i 11-18-25 7 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
register said name with the clerk of
t of Dade Coun
ESTHER BERLIN
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
Irinrtila
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32S7S-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES J. FISHMAN a/k/a
CHARLES FISHMAN a/k/a .
C. J. FISHMAN a/k/a \
CHARLES JACK FISHMAN. '
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You, and each of you, are hereby-
notified and requires to present any
claims and demand* which llpu, or
either or'you, may have against the.
estate of CHAIU.KS J. FISHMAlN, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dude County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eiKht
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 be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will !>e barred. .
Date May 31. A.D. 1954.
NORMA P. SIEOEL
JOSEPH S. FISHMAN
As Co-Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
CHARLES J. FISHMAN,
Deceased.
MAI.V1N ENGLANDER
Attorney for Co-Executors
s/4-ll-18-2o ___.
II >
M BEVERLY, QWBei
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring tu tngag. ii
business under the fictitious name of
WESTINtillolSi: SELF SERVICE
LACNDRoMAT, at 444 S.W 8th
Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of 11,-
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD DROST, Sole Ownel
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owner
6/11-18-2.'. 7 2
lUNDER FICTITIOUS
INAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
Mi. desiring to engage In
r th. f.. titlous name of
Im: II WtDWARB, at r.79
......i, North Miami, Flor-
ig regb lei said name with
J thi fir cult Court of Dade
m
BNu PEATCH, sole owner
ILVEIt .\ MC1.U)Y
Brunt. I'cateh
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
IHJR-O-MATIC WATER HEATER
MFCS. CO., at 680 N.W. 14th St., Mi-
ami, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Florida.
NATHAN STRAVHS
LEO SCHoR
6/4-ll-18-2'i
BY
. PUBLICATION
...UIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
, IN AND FOR DADE
|N CHANCERY, NO. 1SS77S
Bt.McE KIMKL. I'laintiff
*.M KIMEL.
I 'efendant.
HT FOR DIVORCE
TV Wii.i.UM KIMEL
iwreni-e Street
jln., North Carolina
hereby notified that a Bill
for Divorce ban been
it yo'i. ami \ou are required
c.,|.\ .,f M.ur Answer or
th. Rill of i -..mulalnl on
ff tttorney. SANPt)IH>
INK. 2nd Avenue. Miami.
il file the original Answer
in the .(Hi ,,f the Clerk
.Ull Court .n or lMfore the
If July, !',! If you fall to
lrment l.v default will he
I for the relief de-
the Bill of Complaint
re shall luibllshed once
foi f .: consecutive weeks
EWISH CI...P.IDIAN.
M' i '!:l ii:i:Kl. at Miami.
1th div ..f June, A.D.
8:
E. i: LEATHERMAN,
rierk Circuit Court.
Pads '' intj Florida
B> M R MIIIHAY,
Jourl Seali Deputy Clerk
I' PRERI1
Ih.r 1'laltitiff
-'"I Avi Miami 32, Fla.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN RROBATE, No. 31S24-B
In Re: KelTATF. OK .........
Rl'TII BABICTTK MAM-.R a k a
rcth babf:ttk townsf:nd
MAYER. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
You' and each of you, are hereby
notified and reo.ulre.1 to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have "inVvirn
estate of RCTH BABE I TE MA>F.R
a/k/a Rl'TII It.VUK'ITE TOWNSEND
MAYF:R, deceased late of Dade oun-
tv, Florida, to the Honorable Count}
Judge* of Dude County, and (Tie the
same in their offices in the Count,
Courthouse in Dade County. I"1" f;
within eight calendar moiiihs ion-
the date of the firs, publication here-
of, Said claims or demands o con-
tain the legal address ol the I. H"><
and to I"- sworn to and W-^; "" >
aforesaid, or same will be barr,.
Date Mai -v.,\'\ ':V',V,,,.
EVERETT A MAYER,
As Administrator of the
RCTH BABETTE MAYER
TOWNSEND MA^ER.
i.,, eased.
kf:sstij:r 'lAlls,, V|W1.
Attorned- for Everett A. Mayei
S/4-1I-I8-2.', __________,------------
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 169861
At'OI'KT SF:EBERI] and ANNA
SF:EBERU, Iii- Wife, Plaintiffs,
\ -
c A WITHAM, M. M, HOEFER,
I al I ..f.n.I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO C A WITHAM, addreu un-1
known M. M MoEl ER, address
unknown, and if married, their
unknown spousea, if living, and if
dead, : < 11 unknown heirs, de-
visees, legatees, granteea, credi-
tors <.i other parties claiming by,
through, under or against any of
sai.l defendants, who are not
known to i. dead or alive; and
ail other persons oi partlea other-
s.-,. having or claiming any
right, title, claim or Interest In
and to the following deacrlhed
propert.v situate, i i"g and be ng
in Dad. County, Florida, to-wlt:
The West 10.18 feet of Lots 2. 1,
I Block 4. SUNSHINE PARK,
according to the Plat then-.t. re-
corded In I'l.n nook Pag; '..,
of the Public Records "f Dade
County, Florida;
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a suit to quiet title to the above
il,-. rlbed property has been filed
against you m 'he above-entllled
cause, and you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your answer to the
Bill of Complaint herein on the Ptaln-
ff's attorney, RICHARD KRIEGER
KINK 112 Congress lluildlng. Miami,
Florida, and file the original in the
office ..f the Clerk of the c rcuit Court
on or before the I Ml day of July. 1984.
otherwise a default will be entered
clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
Bj M. C. OREKN.
Deputy clerk
6/11-18--". in
Florida.
i/8S 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY UIVR.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PAR-KEE MAR. at 47r,l N.W. 22nd
Avenue, Miami, intenda to register
saiil name with the Cl.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
LAWRENCE S. PARAD1SO
KESSLER A 0AR8
Attorneys foi Applicant
5/28 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
CRAMER'S AUTO SERVICE, at 80S
f:. Okeechobee Road. Hlaleah. Fla.
intends to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida,
LEZAK MOTORS, INC.
IRVING SCHULMAN
Attorney for Applicant
I Line..In Road lildg.
6 l-ll-D-2".
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 23098
RE; ESTATE of*
SAML'ELJ: AUGUST, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I nave
filed inv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of SAMUEL J. AUGUST,
deceased; and that on the 21st day of
June. l'Ja4, will apply to the Honor-
able W. I' HI.ANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Estata
of SAMUEL J. AUGUST, deceased.
This 2:.th day of May, 19o4.
s iill.MA I'.oSE A1 III SI,
Administratrix
MAX R. SILVER
Vttorney for Administratrix
1/28 6/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desliihg to engage In
1 uslness under the fictitious name ot
WINDOW ERAME FliR.M CO., at
112.; la-' '-'id Street, Hlaleah, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
DAVID BLUMBERG
JOSHUA I. SEGAL
LAWRENCE P. PUCKETT, JR.
JACK S.'HII.I.IN'CER
AARON M KANN'ER
Attorney for Window Frame Form Co.
6/4-U-D 2".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage I'J
business under the fictitious name of
ACKERMAN MORTGAGE AGENC\.
at :i7 N.E. fst Avenue, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
LEO ACKERMAN
BABETTE S. ACKERMAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
M2 Scvbold Building, Miami, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-IS___________^_
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PJCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
>RY. N8. iW410
JOY GINSBERG, Flalntlff,
' MATNARU c.iNSBERO,
I icfendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 169768
HERMAN FRANCIS. Plaintiff
DOROTHY IRANflS. Defendant
'SUIT FOR DIVORCE
th DOROTHY FRANCIS
i Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn, n. York
You are hereby notified thai a Bin
,,f complaint for Divorce has i... n
,n or before the lth dayjof^ly^WM.
Itc,
Lr I'erenna
ER OF PUBLICATION
1 \IA\NARD GINSBE
|M" i Schublnet
I : evard
F'l' Mi. h-
lA'll-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
Bill of Compla nt for Divorce
igalnsl you and you
ed to serve a copy
i Bill ol Cony
f I .iiiiui Attorney and file
*nal Answer In the nf,*lce of
I, : mi un Court, ofl in
I I il .'he alleicatlons of said BUI
''"' wl he taken as confess-
pi'i you _
1 I day of Mac, 19,4.
> B LEV I IIEHMAN.
' I' ik of the Circuit Court
1 II ll RICE, JR.
*. .. I >'!HII\ Clerk
F-J r.vi.iA .mh ,.;S(J.
foi Pis ntlfl
1 Miami Beach. Fla.
"CE r45CR FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
iJn ",';l ''V "VJ5N that
desning t engase I"
rMu,n.^r 'he fi.tius name of
Plena, to register said
FRAALAM S,'11WARTZ
1 ^r AjipliPant
'" Itldg
s T/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREB1 OIVEN that
the uiHlersmn-d. desiring to ei.Kagr
business i'Th.- r-.d;!'"1;". "',;:
BARADISE BAR AND DRILL, al
v w Tth Ave intend to reglatei > '
^.me-wl.hA.he Clerk of the *,n
P.....' "' ^gSB&LW*TMS
EDWARD DAVIS
KESSLER GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17o2 W. Flagler St.
No 3o*M
ABE ROSNI'.B ail SIM '"".'l.in-
HSSf^EE?^.....
^SjMFfBMS^.....
to nei.i.i: blimf:nthal
address unknown
,.'..,' ,!s tth day 01 June. AD.
a B LEATHERMAN.
rierk, Circuit gojJdrt,
gydCRUMt:RWari .
,circuitCouH.s;a:i Dputy Clerk
.; l i i ____________________________________
amended notice by
AMEpOblication
!M3riEtnha!
en H.IIN WEAVER
1 i: Broad
Olendale, California
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 69496
ELEANOR I.. FIELMAN, Plaintiff,
MAIN J. FIELMAN, Defendant.
TO MAIN J. FIELMAN
',:. I'ark Terrace East
N.w York, N.Y. ,
You arc required to serve a copy of
your answer to the 1*111 of Comptalnl
for Divorce on the plaintiffs ttorney,
, m, ,i,e original "^"iPjM
office of the Clerk of the tncult
,t on or before the 2Mb day of
lime A D l54; otherwise, the Bill
,,f"complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed Herein, will be taken as confess-.!
"Vied al Miami, F'lorlda, this the 25
'' ot """e""'LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Work hi
l!v WM. W. BTOCKINO.
,circull ''mum scan Deputy Clerk
Name and Address Of
Plalntlfra !-"SlV,,!".1,:1>t vv
S&^oM BulllPng^Utml. Florida
-, 28 4-11 -is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. ,,U.S 3
ALLEN EVERETT "BMANj^^
^^fB.ce^y^JbIIca^i'on ;
to: elaine libman
416 X'hrlstopher Avenue
TOCr AREnHEREBYYrNOTIFIED to
fill vottr Anawer to the Bill of Com-
putlnt for Divorce with t.he <.Terk of
the above Styled Court and serve ^
conv thereof upon KESSLfcR G,A,H^'
Auorneys WWRWj&
ler Street. Miami, llorlto, on or be-
fore the 29th day of June. 154, else
complaint win be taken as confeesed.
SKS May |L J^ATHERMAN,
Deputy Clerk
5/n 6/4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ZZ IS^H^BTonTEN -ha,
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304 Roper Hulldmg. w
S/t-11-U-Xi
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Optometrists Attend
Convention in St. Petersburg
Twelve members of the South
east Florida Optometric Associa-
tion left for St. Petersburg to at-
tend the 52nd annual convention of
the Florida Optometric Association
this week.
Present at the meeting were Drs.
S G. Schneider, newly elected,
president of the SFOA and secre-
tar> of the state group: Marshall
Wright. Coral Cablet, president of
the state association: William Ko-
blentt. FOA executive committee
member |
Drs. Emanuel Pushkin, head of
the FOA budget committee: Mason
Pace. Donald ("unant and Agne>
Austin. Miami: Robert Bradford.
Miami Beach: Stanley Fromm. Mi-
ami Shores; Robert Garvin. Alla-
patUh; Robert Tanner. South Mi-,
ami; and Jack Widdersheim. Coral
Cables
Talk on Children
Regular meeting of the Dynamic
Psychological Society was held Kri
day evening. 8 p.m., at the home
of Mr and Mrs Milton Spool. 4811
SW 6th st. Mrs. B. Toister gave a
short talk on Reward and Punish
MBtl for Children." There was
fcM a class in public speaking.
Beach R*crea/ion Department
Program Set for Monday
June Book Review sponsored by
the Miami Beach Recreation De-
partment and the Miami Beach
Public Library on Monday. 8:30
p.m. at Ocean Front Auditorum
will feature Hon. Fuller Warren,
former Governor of Florida, in a
critique of: "The Art Of Advo-
cacy, ny Lloyd Paul Stow
Also appearing will be Boris
Pritcher. resident member of the
Biltmore Playhouse, in a dramatic
reading of the speech of Emile Zola
to the jury in the trial of Dreyfus
i Artist Eugene Massin is
Accomplished in Culinary,
Sporting Fields at Homo
When the Normandy Music and
Art Summer Camp opens on June
28th. the six foot twe. young Texan
on the premises will be the head
(of the Camp Art Department, ex-
pressionism painter Eugene Mas-
1 sin.
i At the age of 34. Massin already
has an art background that includes
! being a faculty member at the Uni-
versities of Mexico. Wisconsin.
Souih Carolina and at present at
1 the I'niversitv of Miami.
His showings have won him
many top purchase awards, and he
has exhibited at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art in New York, the
Art Institute of Chicago and in
I leariin' an centers throughout the
United States. Mexico and Austral-
ia.
During his stay in Mexico on a
fellowship, he studied under lead-
ing Mexican muralists. Although
v.issm emphasizes expressionism,
which he considers to be his emo-
tional relationship to the objects
painted, he has studied and is well
versed in all art forms.
His artistic abilities in the class-
room and in his studio have earned
him an enviable reputation, but
! Dado Red Croes
Ncrmes 25 Directors
Twenty five directors were elect
' ed by the Dde County Chapter ot
| Red Cross at the chapter's annual
meeting May 23 at the Rod and
i Reel Club, Hibiscus Island
Elected were Rabbi Irving Lehr
man. Mrs. C. E. Williamson. Mrs
Harold Davis, Mrs. Marvin Adams
Cleve Allen. Guy galley, Mr*. Har
old A. Clark Jr.. Harry C. Ebright,
John P Evans. Mrs. M. Lewis Hall,
Mrs. H. H. Harden. J. Newton Lum
mus, J. N. McArthur.
Also Robert McGahey. Ralph
Piper. Mrs. Gordon Walter. Paul
Weiss. J. C. Herren. William Im
and. Maurice Klein. Msgr. James
F. Enrlght. T. V. Moore III. Frank
Pepper Jr., Melvin Weinkle and
Miss Barbara Jean Turk.
Newly alerted directors and
hold-over directors will meet soon
o elect officers for the coming
year. William J. Pruitt presided
at the annual meeting.
Ar,rWiafci
^""h will nJ*
dimmer *h7ii
"""' adul laikwl
, '"daea, tht ^
I ca"iP convent*,.
Il,,r Jud*,, J
i Announcement^
I P'an* wen? mid, IJ
Prt. Saving,v
, iiasnviiia om*^
] Southern' Zkefet
"n. joint coWl
j > of Southewtn^
' Southeastern at '
sah Regions.
Highlights of tkeh
m convention pn
tivities based wm
America Jewis|
( -.en. ~-j,
I niversarj."
Massins claim to fame with his graduation wu
wife and three youngsters at home rhoife of
is based mainly on his cooking and
athletic abilities. Massin is an ex-
pert at preparing Mexican delica
cies.
He is a former all-state football
and basketball player and upon
Jewptbjfl
scholarship to the |
I'vlas or mjtrio
li. 'r,ute of I
the latter has earacii
tation in the rti
One*. |
y
refrigerators ha
Committee report on the installation dinner-dance of the Men's
Club of Temple Emanu-El is studied by Heft to right, seated)
living Cypen, Irving Schatzman and Jules Channing. Stand-
ing are Al Ossip. Mike Salmon and Alfred Stone. The installa-
tion took place Saturday night, June 12. at the Di Lido
Hotel.
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