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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 28Number 27
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Sharett Says Israel Won't Buy Peace With Arabs
"When do we eat?" ask these babies at Pioneer Women's nursery in Elat, Israel, southern-
mast outpost of the Negev, where Pioneer Women's sister organization, the Working Wom-
en's Council, opened the first children centers.
Warns That Friendships Must
Be Guaranteed in Trouble Area
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
Moshe Sharett <>f Israel served no-
tice on the Western I'ower tb.il
week that the Jewish State will not
purchase peace nor prospects of
rapprochment with the Arab States
by sacrificing its security, indepen-
dence or development possibilities
The Israeli leader's statement
followed submission to him last
week of 'proposals'' by the United
States, Britain and France aimed at
strengthening the United Nations
truce observance machinery in Pal-
estine.
Mr. Sharetts reply was outlined
in his speech this week before the
convention of the General Zionist
Party of Israel. He laid down Is-
rael's four-point conditions for
agreement on any proposal for Mid-
dle East peace and stability.
"We shall consider carefully and
with goodwill every suggestion that
might bring near peace for Israel
and stability to the Middle East.''
Mr. Sharett promised. "However,
any settlement suggestedtotal or
U.S. Seeks to Encourage Stability Through UN
Mortimer May is Elected President of
Zionist Organization; Murphy in Talk
NEW YORK (JTA) The 57th
annual convention of the Zionist
Organization of America, at Its
closing session Sunday unanimous-
ly adopted a resolution urging the
government of fhe United States
"to reconsider the contemplated
arms shipments to the Arab States
a Mich could prove disastrous to
Middle East stability "
Mortimer May, of Nashville, Ten-
nessee, veteran Zionist and commu-
nal leader, was unanimously
luted president of the Zionist
Organization of, America. The elec-
tion was uncontested. Dr. Emanuel
Neumann was elected chairman of
'he national ZOA executive com-
mittee; Dr. Harris J. Levine, chair
man of the national administrative
council; Herman L. Weisman vice
chairman of the national executive
committee. I. S. Turover, of Wash-
'ngton, was elected treasurer.
The resolution declared that "re-
kent actions of our State Depart-
ment and certain of its officials
[jeopardize our country's tradition-
policy of friendship for Israel as
I well as America's vital interest in
I promoting peace and stability in
I the Middle East."
Another resolution demanded
that "Rumania immediately halt its
persecutions of Zionists and Jew-
ish community leaders, release
these innocent people and permit
their emigration to Israel." The
convention declared that "the
worst forms of totalitarian brutal-
ity are being inflicted on Ruman-
ian Jews merely because they as-
sisted some of their brothers and
sisters to emigrate to Israel."
The resolution calling upon the
United States to reconsider its de-
cision on sending arms to Arab
states was adopted following a re-
port to the convention of I. L.
Kenen, executive director of the
American Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs, which is watching
developments in Washington. Mr.
Kenen charged that '.the apparatus
of the Department of State, prim-
arily concerned with the Near East
affairs, is being fully utilized to
alienate our friends in Congress
and in all walks of public opinion,"
and in the hope of convincing
President Eisenhower and Scrc
Ury of State John Foster Dulles
that the majority of the American
people favor a "new look" in the
U.S. policy toward Israel.
The new climate in Washing-
ton," Mr. Kenen said, "dictates an
intensification of our work. If, dur-
ing 1951 and 1952 we found our-
selves advocating a pro-Israel pro-
gram in harmony with our govern-
ment, in 1953 and 1954. we find
ourselves in a semingly endless dis-
pute with the Department of State.
We are in a continuing struggle to
defend our cause from attack and
to maintain and reinforce the broad
friendship for Israel in Congress
and American public opinion."
Earlier, President Eisenhower
told the convention that he con-
siders the Zionist Organization of
America to be a group which"dedi-
cates itself "with vigor" to many
"constructive activities" in the
United States and to the "cultural
enrichment" of American Jewry.
He lauded the ZOA for strengthen-
ing mutual understanding between
the people of Israel and the United
States.
The President expressed his sen-
Continued on Pag* t A
partialto us mu.t satisfy, the fol-
lowing four conditions: Israel's ex-
U I state would have to be
guaranteed; its security would hate
to be guaranteed: its independence
would have to be guaranteed; and
its development possibilities must
be left unhampered.
"We will neither purchase peace
nor the prospects of a rapproch-
ment" by sacrificing even one of
these conditions." the Premier
strc-sd. He added that relations
between Israel and all other coun-
tries would be weighed in terms of
these four points
Mr. Sharett's declaration capped
a week of major developments in
Israel's foreign affairs of which the
following were the high points:
The State Department notified
Israel that the Jewish State will
receive no further economic aid
for the fiscal year. Israel had
been told it would receive from
S55 millions to $70 millions. The
cut-off came as Israel aid reached
a total of $52 millions.
The Foreign Operations Ad-
ministration, acting on State De-
partment order.-, notified Israel
that its request for a further
grant of $15 millions had been
rejected and Israel must reckon
on receiving less economic aid In
the next fiscal year.
Dr. Peretz Bernstein. Israel
Minister of Commerce, told Gen-
eral Zionists in Tel Aviv that
Israel American relations had
taken a turn for the worse and
American policy had taken an
anti-Israel trend.
Ambassador Abba S. Eban of
Israel, in conversations at the
State Department, expressed dis-
pleasure at allegations of "ex-
pansionism" by Israel made be-
fore Congressional committee*
by Assistant Secretary of State
Henry A. Byroade and by Arthur
Z. Gardiner, economic and poll
Continued on Pago 4 A
State Department Reveals Cuts
In Mutual Security for Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department has notified the
Israel Government that the United
States has decided to cut short the
amount of economic aid Israel was
led to expect during the current fis-
cal year.
Israel had been told It could
count on aid this year amounting
to a figure somewhere between
li Am a Zionist* Says Churchill
ir Winston Urges Aid to Jewish State
WASHINGTON (JTA) Prime
Minister Winston Churchill,
speaking before more than 1,000
members of the press corps here,
went out of his way to register
strong support of Israel and call-
ed Americans to "help forward
the legitimate Zionist aspiaa-
ttoaa.? He emphasized that he
| considers himself a Zionist.
The British Prime Minister
made his statement fn reply to
La question put to him by Milton
| Friedman. Jewish Telegraphic
Igency eorrespondent This was
i of about six written questions
on vital world problems which
he chose to answer from a great
number of other questions sub-
mitted to him on many issues.
Sir Winston inferentially re-
futed recant anti-Israel expres-
sions by Henry A Byroade. As-
sistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs Mr By-
roade expressed concern over l
leged Arab "fears" of over-popu-
lation of Israel, but Sir Winston
said that the population in Pales-
tine was far greater 2.000 years
ago than it is today. He also ex-
pressed optimism on eventual
Arab Israel peace.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles listened intently at the
head table as Sir Winston spoke
before television cameras and a
world radio hook-up. He appear
$55,000,000 and $70,000000. To
date. $52,000,000 has been granted
and Israel has been informed that
this is all it will get. Meanwhile,
Israel has been advised to expect
less assistance in the new fiscal
year beginning July 1.
An Israel request for $51,000,000
from current funds to buy urgent-
ly needed supplies was rejected,
and Israel was informed that she
has used up all funds that she ean
expect during the current fiscal
year. Harold E. Stasscn, Foreign
Operation Administrator, acting on
a state Department decision, in-
formed Ambassador Abba Eban of
this by letter this week.
Mr. Stassen said 4ess economic
help will be forthcoming for Israel
and Israel should therefore plan
accordingly. It was noted by State
Department sources that the Israel
Government informed the Knesset
on June 14 that $74,000,000 was ex
ed in response to a luncheon in
v nation extended to him and For- j p^.,^ from the United States dur
eign Secretary Anthony Eden by j ing the current lisc,| period. Men
tioning this specifically Mr Stas-
sen said no such sum could be ex-
a joint committee of press, radio
and TV correspondents
"1 am a Zionist," the British
Prime Minister said, "let me
make that clear. I was one of the
Continued on Pag* 2 A
pected by Israel in view of Admin
istration plans to increase aid to
the Arab states.
The Stassen letter was in answer
to Israel's request for the $15,000,-
000 Israel had reason to expect it
was to receive as the remainder of
undrawn aid. Israel was told that
$52,500,000 has been granted and
this is adequate in view of improve-
ments the United States feels Israel
has achieved in its economic life.
Meanwhile Ambassador Abba S.
Eban of Israel, meeting with As-
sistant Secretary of State Henry A.
Byroade, expressed displeasure
over allegations of Israel "expan-
sionism" repeated to the House
Foreign Affairs Committee by Mr.
Byroade and Arthur Z. Gardiner, it
was learned here this week.
Mr. Gardiner is chief political
and economic advisor of the Near
Eastern Division of the State De-
partment which Mr. Byroads heads.
Both testified before the House
body on pending Mutual Security
legislation that Israel's "expan-
sion" was a factor in the Middle
East tension.
Mr. Byroade gave currency to
this contention in his speech be
fore the American Council of Juda-
ism and it was subsequently re-
peated in testimony before the
committee. Israel diplomats
here it is known, have vigorously
OOBteSted this in discussions with
the State Department.


PAGE 2 A
Independence Day Rally
Scheduled
FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1954
Louis Ossinsky, Sr.. of Daytona
Beach, Florida, president, District
Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith.
will deliver the feature address at
an annual Independence Day pa-
triotic rally on Sunday night, July
4, 8:15 p.m., at the Flamingo Park
bandshall under the sponsorship of
Miami Be.ac,h Lodge No. 1591.
Highlight of the rally will be a
musical program played by a con-
cert band of 26 musicians in co-
operation with the Miami Federa-
tion of Musicians, Local 655. of the
American Federation of Musicians.
Gilbert J. Balkin. president of
the sponsoring Lodge, is general
chairman for the 4th of July pro-
gram. Serving with him as co-chair-
man is Burnett Roth. Miami Beach
councilman.
Arrangements for the rally are
being made through the coopera-
tion of Jack M. Fink, chairman of
Miami Beach Lodge Americanism j
and Civic Affairs Committee.
Members of this committee In-
cluding Ernest I. Kass, Julius J.
Perlmutter. Roth. David Schwartz, j
Meyer Teigman, Aaron Courshon,
Meyer F. Cohien. Martin Drexel,
Bernard Frank. Saul Friedman,
Jack Gordon and Max Weiss.
The public is invited to attend
the outdoor rally, Balkin -aid.
Ossinsk) is a member ol Horn
and Ossinsky, the oldest original
continuous law partnership in
Valusia County. Burn in Jackson
ville in 1902, he attended Hie Uni-
versity of Georgia ami John B.
Stetson University receiving the
Bachelor of Law- degree. Inil9f.
he wa> asM-.ant coach of athletics
at Stetson and held the post Of
athletic director at Sea Breeze
High School. Daytona Beach, in
NM-26. Admitted to the bar in
! 1925. he entered upon the partner-
I ship of Horn and Ossinsky
Ossinsky is president and gen
I oral counsel oi Silver Dollar. Inc.,
president and general counsel Of
l.umar. Inc., vice president and
! general counsel of the National
Association for Stock Car Auto
'Racing. Inc. (NASCAR), genera
I counsel for radio station WMrJ
and general counsel for the Rldg-
'way Transfer Storage Company.
He is a member of the American
1 Bar Association, the Florida Bar
and the Volusia County Bar Asso-
ciation, having served the latter as
president.
Fraternally. Ossinsky is affiliat-
ed with the Free and Accepted
Masons, the Ancient Arabic Order
ol Nobles ol tlio Mystic Shrine, the
Benevolent and Protective Order of ,
Elks and the B'nai B'rith He has
been president of state and local
lodges of B'nai B'rith and has re-
ceived a plaque for outstandin
deavor In behalf of the order and
the public, He is a member and
pasl president ol Temple Israel,
Daytona Beach, and a trustee ol
Temple Beth El.
Mr. and Mrs Ossinsky are the
parents ol three children, Max Ir-
win, I ouis, Jr., and Judith Kstelle.
Center Plans Meeting
H,1(,|1Ir center will hold a regu-
lar meeting on Tuesday evening.
July 6 The meeting will he held
,' ,, .11 atfll.ates the
enter at 8 p.m. Acting l'";"k >'
Albert Wcinberg PrwWn2j
Wednesday. July 7. at 8 p.in Bikur
Icholim will sponsor a rtrawberq
i iesiiv.il and card party
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sponsorship of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, are (left to
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Continued from Page 1 A
original ones after the Balfour
Declaration, and 1 have worked
faithfully tor it. I think it is a
most wonderful thing that this
communitj should have establish
ed Itself, so effectively turning
the desert into fertile gardens
and thriving townships! and
-honlil have afforded a refute to
the millions oi Iheir co religion
i-i- who had suffered so fearfull)
under Hitler, and nol only under
Hitler, pern cution. 1 think it is a
wonderful (hint:.
i al o have a greal likin I i
the Arabs. 1 was the man wh
pointed Abdullah to be Kit
Trans-Jordania; I presented to the
cabinet thai idea, and they pul it
into force. Alas, he had been mur-
dered, tmt i have the greatest re
Card for Hie Arab.-, too Kealh. I
think we ought to be able, some-
how or other, to use our influence
from every quarter to make them
work out a plan together.
"It i- so easy to reduce what
little there is of that part of the
world to the desert, to the level
of the desert, and that is all that
can be done by their quarrels;
whereas, by agreements, and U
forth, we may be able to greatly
increase the population who can
live in that area. There were far
more 2.000 years ago than there
are now in Palestine; and we not
only can greatly increase the popu-
lation in the area, but we can bring
a harmony there which will be a
security and not an element of
anxiety in the Middle East Let us
he tolerant and let us be friendly,
and let us support Arab right- .mil
help forward the legitimate Zion-
ist aspirations."
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UDAY. JULY 2, 1954
*Jmi*ti Meridian
PAGE 3 A
urphy Was Undecided on Attending Meet
By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
ZIONIST AFFAIRS: Now that the
(invention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America is over, it can be
revealed that Deputy Under-Secre-
lary of State Robert Murphy, after
cepting the invitation to address
ZOA convention, attempted
der to withdraw his acceptance
It was after much wire pulling
[hind the scenes in Washington
hat he finally conceded to appear
. ZOA leaders in New York had
few uneasy days when they learn
consider the contents of the mess
age a blow to attempts by the
American Council for Judaism to
insinuate that Zionism in America
implies double loyalty The
President distinctly welcomed the
fact that the ZOA is strengthen-
ing mutual understanding between
the people of Israel and the United
States Furthermore, he lauded
the ZOA for its "constructive ac-
tivities" in the United States and
for its work in the field of cultural
enrichment of American Jewry
He obviously referred to the late
Supreme Court Justice Brandeis
- -----------------------*-------------------------,--..>. v ..... oti^uir DldllUI'l
that Mr. Murphy was backing | when he said that the ZOA has in
ut after it was announced that he
las to be a guest speaker at the
Dn vent ion They breathed
sier a few days later when word
rme from Washington that he had
nally made up his mind to keep
Is promise Delegates at the
> \ convention noted the fact that
resident Eisenhower, in his mess
le of greetings to the convention,
r'Lulously avoided mention of
word "Israel" .. .
Nevertheless, the ZOA leader
Hp was happy with President
enhower's message They
eluded "some of America's most
distinguished citizens" All this
should take much of the wind out
of the sails of the anti-Zionist
American Council for Judaism .
Although nothing of special im-
portance developed at the conven-
tion, the delegates were impressed
with one thing They realized
that the ZOA leadership has dur-
ing the year become more expert in
fund-raising During the past
year a beginning was made on the
creation of a National 500 Club
with the idea to get 1,000 ZOA
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iniord M. Swerdlin. Miami attorney, is new national execu-
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: the United States. He was elected for a two-year term at the
roup's recent convention in Omaha, Neb. A Major and pro-
ict officer of the 9187th Air Reserve Group. Swerdlin is shown
Bft) with Colonel C. Herzog, attache of the State of Israel at
demonstration of infantry and artillery fire power held by
e Infantry School. Fort Benning. Ga.. last week. The Miami
(torney attended the demonstration on special invitation of
f* Department of State, also extended to some 40 embassies
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neapolis-born and Colorado-trained
engineer, to the presidency of New
York Central Railroad, has caused
some eyebrow raising since few
Jews hold key administrative jobs
on American railroads But
Bernard Postal and Lionel Kopp-
man. authors of the soon-to-be pub-
lished A Jewish Tourist's Guide to
the U.S. tell me that Jews have had
a considerable role in the devel-
opment of railroads in this country
. Several sections of the Santa
Fe Lines were built or financed by
Jews Jesse Seligman was re-
sponsible for the Atlantic and Pa-
cific Railroad through Arizona and
New Mexico Maurice W. Levy
of Wichita was an associate of Jay
Gould in the building of the Wi-
chita and Western, also part of the
Santa Fe Philip Prager built
large sections of the Santa Fe in
New Mexico .
Theodore Judah, whose grand-
father was a Connecticut Jew, built
California's first railroad and plan-
ned what became the initial trans-
continental line Baltimore's
Solomon Etting was among the
founders of the country's first rail-
road, the Baltimore & Ohio .
Benjamin Gratz, of Lexington, Ky.,
organized the Lexington and Ohio
Railroad, the first west of the Al-
leghanie.s Fred Salomon, the
first Jewish settler in Colorado,
was the prime mover in organizing
the Denver and Rio Grande Rail-
road, of which Perlman was presi-
dent when he was moved up to the
New York Central Job Otto
Mears, also of Colorado, built s
Las Vegas Hotel to be
Ready in December
Alfred Gottesman and Harry
Zaret, of Miami Beach, have an-
nounced plans for the construction
of the Dunes Hotel, multi-million
dollar resort on the Las Vegas
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 28
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News jjdhor____________
Set the Record Straight
What the Administration and its State De-
partment must learn if they are truly interested ^
in establishing peace in the Middle East is that
the Arab League watches their every move
so far as Israel is concerned.
The State Department this week announced
that Mutual Security Aid funds are being cut
off to the Jewish State well before the end of
the fiscal year and before the Israel govern-
ment has had a change to draw fully on the
amount allotted it by the 1954 MSA Act.
For the sake of argument, let us forget the
astonishingly anti-Israel and generally anti-
Jewish remarks that attended the recent For-
eign Operations subcommittee hearings in
Washington and that conclusively tipped our
hand in the current Near East controversy. Let
us take as undisputed fact the State Depart-
ment's decision that Israel's present economic
status precludes the necessity for further aid
from the United States and that, contrarily, the
Arabs' dire need is manifest.
Friday, July 2, 1
Tammuz 1, 5714
During The Week

As I Sf
I
By LEO MINDLIN
FOR All RACES AND CREEDS
Conlrasting Personalities
SOMETIME AGO DEAN JOHN BITTER sent roc the radio
hotter a broaden beamed t BBC by Alistair Cooke on ,he0_
r the death -I William Kapcll in an airplane crash oU,slde 0(,
. 07 his tribute to the piano virtuoso. Mr Cooke atte
:;:;;,:,,,;>,! n'^.- &~~* at.,^ ^d ^ju
tchU'V tlll'Tll. .
' I, i, |, arr undeniably young b> the count of history and therefore i*,]
Lrience tradition-wise. Tradition, for them, la the mark of tnteiia
l social accomplishment, and it is. rightly or wrongly. equ,ted,
' tvoe of venerable hoariness. Thus, without the prerequisite cent.
,dven nnllen.a of "a past.'' no nation can apparently cour ,
mature It '- through the eyes of this failing that Europeans rtfj
nd they are perhaps more than anything else, baffled by the eta
and mfl.tary might we have attained despite it.
Many American artists, sharing the European s contempt forJ
tndiUonlasi wdety and an equal degree of disdain for the up
rclativeh Hidden ascendency in global affairs, have fled their i
shores in search of old spiritual fathers. Many of them reside t.
England and France, their citizenship renounced and their ae
souls ^eekinc solace amid the tired consciences of ancient asd <
loadable" races it strikes me. as it must have Mr. Cooke. that I
only a partial view of the situation. They who have beaten UVi
of tradition and who have mocked the cradle of their birth are
planted, no more than a grafted scion on a dry world. The ajsas]
their art is equally dry imitative at worst and indigenous to toftl
but themselves at M
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY is that Americans are ass]
valid contributiOM in many fields of art. and music is certainl)
them With little concern for the European's sensibility. Mr Cookf|
his audience tint our symphony orchestras have few equals |
continent, that two of them are rivalled nowhere and that mad
thriii even thoai In our smaller towns and cities are at ^at|
;_....,,! u man) "f Europe's world renowned organization.
iking ol the late Mr Kapell's seemingly endless rnerf^
boundless willingness to perfect his art. Mr. Cooke told his BBC I
, i. thai these characterisUci arc not atypical but rather commoai
ii- .md that the) are < the source of our excellence as a mas'
tion. Wire Mr Cooke less British." he could have put hi< prauei,
Sir Winston Churchill's visit to the Unitedlmore posltivel) We are not. like Caesar, envious of the r,reeb;|
, l.-. we have anv Vereil to nudge us in the direction of manufa
There can be no doubt that the Arab League States is a study in contrasting personaht.es ^ ^ ^ ^ .. ^.^ overnJRht
interprets this pathetic effort at "objectivity"
as U.S. desertion of the Jewish State. Contrarily.
its leadership sees in it outright support of an
anti-Israel policy in the Near East.
It is incumbent on our government to set the
Arab nations straight. They must be told that
increased Foreign Operations allotments for
them even when in the form of guns ostensi-
bly to be used agoinst international Commu-
nism do not signify Washington's carte
blanche to intensify the hostile atmosphere
against Israel.
so far as the leaders ol great nations are con-
cerned.
The British Prime Minister has been busily
engaged in filling the breech between his gov-
ernment and America that became urgently
evident soon after the Berlin conference in
April and that grew to alarming proportions
by the time the two powers met with Russia,
France and Red China in Geneva.
All of which i> by way of saying that I came upon Mr Bitl
day night at the Jan Peerce concert in the Miami Beach Anal
I don't like Tschaikowsky, and I told Mr. Bitter so Next to hi>
Concerto in I) and the Nutcracker Suite. I like Romeo and Jabrtl
For one thing, it capitalizes on what is not the best in ShakesstartJ
another it is the most insolent example of the composer' nawf
to tell a rtory" in music Montague and Capulet animosities, ta^
theme and death by misunderstanding.
BUT I COULD NOT HELP admiring Mr Bitter's perforauall
(he wort at the University of Miami Pop Concert the night befamj
was ..- well and neatly done as ever I'd heard it by any majori
Mr Bitter confessed nil love for Tschaikowsky indeed nil
tor an) Job winch he sets about to accomplish His performs
However, the sharp personality contrast we Romeo and Juliet was merely the culmination, he said, of a last I
noted between him and President Eisenhower l*vo,ved doin8 '- ** 1;'"' observation that reminded wd
Cool : k- about American orchestras and the remarkable -a
Unless the Administration and its State De- "' ^ ^ mee,mg8 to Wash '" '> '"" "> <"<* '" "" excellence Mr BrtMrl
partment make that clear, they are not fully mq,0n bU' oi tW seemin proving their desire for peace in the Near East in which each leader acted individually. ,n> "' h" ,ri"",,d ^^^Uns leave hint, at m
rtune moments, but it is ins sort of determination that mw
M it) Symphony play like it did Sunday evening

JAN PEERCE SANG AT AN ISRAEL BOND concert Mo**'
lll Sunday, July 4, is Independence Day. On
that day, some 160,000.000 Americans will cele-
brate the fact that they live in a free land.
President Eisenhower telegraphed a greeting
to the Zionist Organization of America last
week, which was meetinq in New York fitv' "'"" A CoW*r' ''"' n H>"nsive audience I do not recall evei
_n ,. y observed Maestro trturo Toscamnis "favorite tenor" prr*"|
on the occasion of its annual convention. b mixture of operatic and traditional Yiddish and Hebrew melodj
his greeting, the President heaped praise on "'"'" f"1"1'1 Mr Peerce infinitely more at home sir
the organ.zat.on and its accomplishments but U*"'1 "^ "***" numbp" 'h"n wlth **1 "Xt*\!f,'
. ""Foments but reason. th) leaned sung less enthusiastically. His rendition oil
The Miami community also plans to join in scruPulously avoided mentioning the name of "' "'" 'I. K-deriro- y \a mUXm storia- most captured the of
the observance with a rally at Flamingo Park. Israel even once. milieu, K Lucevan Le Stelle" and "Vesti La Guibba" were boti
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be host This falls directly into line with m '"
at the evening of festivity. mini.trn.i ~Ji J, ? Bu' Mr V""r'"'~ lM'^^ance of Psalm 13 set to musfc*
ministration policy, which is going in the direc- "^melodies he has made f.m.us on records, proved rewanMJ
We celebrate our independence as a free
nation at a time when that freedom is chal-
lenged everywhere. It is hardly a decade
tion of abandonment of the Jewish State tn iK intriguing were his observations on than Ml *
wolves. Thus, ,n effect Mr Fi~nk ."'T"' "" V"'"' lr'"" H"ndH's or,on"' "Jud"S MKC^3
. enect. Mr. Eisenhower praised "" cha ,., ,k| tll that o( ,he Israc, Bond. T*'
mg. lor in tailing to mention the ZOA's ,;'"'.....""""'""'e when the thought of failure can hardly
rioth
tained, (or the inherent K.. ;'" '" I 'I conclusion.
press conference
Shared Says Israel Won't Buy P*
since last we were called upon to defend our greatest achievement he failed to e
way of life in an international struggle against gard for Zionism at all.
Nazism and Fascism that took its toll in heart
rending casualties and death. Contrarily, at a televised
And las, month marked the passing of four ^*^*^ZZ "M ^^ C'"" **" r"Bl^i
years after June 25. 1950. when once again ^ ^^ Israel- calling himwll
American troops entered battle, this time under ^ Q Z'nisl and exPressing his humUitv
before the unparalleled accomplishment of Z
ewish State. While he alsoreferredtohis*;
ditional affection for the Arabs, and
Ihe flag of the United Nations in Korea to do
battle with yet another enemy of democracy.
Continued from PC0 \ A
r on the Middle East
particu-
On the eve of Independence Day, 1954, we
stand poised, our faith in freedom and human
dignity assured and our determination to safe-
guard that freedom and that dignity strength- problem will disaLn^! ^ ^ IsraelA*ab
larly Jordan the British P,,^ Mmiste
oped no such rigid distinctions as .. W
dent who. it seems, hope.
tici
'" ,h" s'-" I). pnrUMBt
Rabt frying Mlllr |he rp(jr
fwi'sl Organisation ol America
f Ne. York T
lA,r,bM'*Mhl'^n
K'?1^-, nl> encour-
(y thei i, ,r""fii'n< "' intensi-
RahK. ^lUU ",w,rd "*>
Rabb Abb. Hillel Silver told
Ln Drvy ,hat an,i ,wi uS
"** by "e Sute Department
officials do not repwj[j
true sentiments ti ll
our government
A communique ssued"
salem jointly by the Fo
istry and Ambassador t***
son s
special mi-ssK*
same progress
roade
ymrt*
plan* for regional re
velopment __j
Israel filed formal pro,
the Security Council w f
voot BeUr stuck u> *"M
Israelis were kdled by


-abs Keep Dispute Hot
As Means of Subterfuge
By ARTHUR LEWIS
twith Tlegrphic Agency
(IITED NATIONSIn the re-
import on Economic Develop-
in the Middle East, there is
antial backing (or Israel's con-
on that the Arabs are deliber-
using the Palestine dispute
peeping it a hot war in order to
the attention of their people
[from their own miseries. Am-
dor Abba Eban has repeated-
arged the Arabs with doing
comes this survey by Unit-
|ations experts which shows
little of the vast oil wealth ot
rab States is being spent on
^ving living conditions in
backward countries. These
lies don't lie and they show
i a than a fifth of the half-
dollars which the Arabs re-
in royalties last year was
|< r economic development of
i.-ri.
Bt happened to the rest of
-t sum of money paid out
by American oil compa-
t< was put in the safe-keeping
poiu banks abroad, so that
were trouble, if there were
^!t. these feudal kings and
f. these pashas and effendis,
|i iMfr and still enjoy their
i ti fains.
cwhile. of course, the peo-
the Arab States suffer one
lowest living standards in
rid while the wealth literally
[(it of the grounda situa-
hich surely invites Commu-
ploitation.
lit is these feudal Arab rul-
put their money in banks
rather than spend it on the
Bment of their countries, it
people that the State De-
|ot regards as the great de-
of liberty and democracy
iMiddle East. For, of course,
(the main Arab oil producers
it is second only to Saudi
bugh oil production far out-
other economic activity in
jionit rose 15.2 percent
ear the Middle East
Be report shows that there
p-althy seven percent rise in
lural production.
liking contrast to the way in
(hi- wealth of the Arab States
bx alienated, the report's
on Israel shows steady eco-
|prm:n'.. It says that infla-
aased somewhat, although
I still continue to rise, but
nore slowly than before,
important, the exchange
bf the Israeli pound WH
educed in 1953.
United Nations survey
ies Employee
[Courtesy Award
[Kis.i Reese, an employee of
fs. Miami Beach, has been
(d as this week's Courtesy
[winner by the courtesy com-
[of the Miami Beach Cham-
commerce, according to Leo
lein. courtesy committee
Jan.
[Reese, a widow, resides with
and daughter at 173 NE
kt Miami Shores. Elsa May,
Blighter, attends Duke Uni-
j. and son Norman is a stu-
the University of Miami.
$25 government savings
her award, was made avail
the courtesy committee by
|de Hirsch Meyer, of the Mi
Bch Federal Loan and Sav-
eociation.
IS TIME FOR i '
Tarn
Tarn
.THE PERfKT CRACKER
speaks of the 1952 Israeli crop be-
ing considerably larger than that
of 1951 which had been effected
hy drought; it also says that ."fur-
ther progress was anticipated to
take place in 1953, particularly in
cereals, vegetables and fruit." As
might be expected after the tre-
mendous spurt that industry did
have in the Jewish State, its devel-
opment during the past year or so
has been at a slower pace than
agriculture.
There has been an improvement
in the balance of trade, the report
finds, but says that the balance of
payments still remains serious. Al-
though the United Nations experts
agree that substantial progress has
been achieved in agricultural pro-
duction and exports they are not
sure to "what extent the basic diffi-
culties facing the economy of Is-
rael has been solved." They list the
most acute of these problems as the
inflationary pressure, the deficit in
the balance of payments, the re-
quirements for development in
agriculture and industry.
Sanroma to Appear in All-Gershwin
Concert; Soprano Lola Ruth Will Sing
World renowned pianist Jesus
Maria Sanroma will be guest artist
at the third pop concert of the
University of Miami Summer Sym-
Jfsvi Mmrim Sanroma
phony Orchestra on Sunday eve-
ning, July 4, 8:30 p.m., at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
Appearing with Mr. Sanroma will
be Lola Ruth, soprano, a native
Miamian who has recently return-
ed from Italy, where she attended
the Academis Internazionale di Bel
Canto in Bordighera.
John Bitter will be on the po-
dium for the all-Gershwin concert,
one of the stellar attractions an-
nually presented here by the UM
Orchestra.
Mr. Sanroma will be heard in
performances of Rhapsody in Blue
and Concerto in F for Piano and
Orchestra. The orchestra will play
"Wintergreen for President" and
"Of Thee I Sing."
Miss Ruth is scheduled to be
heard in "Summertime" and "My
Man's Gone Now," from the Ger-
shwin opera, Porgy and Bess.
The name Sanroma is practically
synomous with the name Gershwin.
The affinity between the American
composer and the Puerto Rican-
born pianist goes back many years
when they were both very young
men. Isaac Goldberg. Gershwin's
biographer, recalls in his book:
"I remember an evening at my
fAUb3 A
* av
house that Gershwin was introduc-
ed by me to the brilliant Sanroma,
who was afterwards to become one
of the foremost pianistic exponents
of the composer.
"I had arranged with Sanroma to
start playing the 'Rhapsody in
Blue' at a signal. Gershwin was
occupied in an adjoining room. All
at once, the strings of the 'Rhap-
sody' arose, and with them
George's ears. He walked straight
over to the piano and then and
there, I believe, a little history
was made. Sanroma and the
'Rhapsody' have been closely
identified ever since."
After hearing Sanroma play,
Gershwin said: "My arms ache
just from listening."
Miss Ruth became interested in
singing while she was a student in
junior high school and started her
formal musical education as a vocal
student of Mrs. Marjorie Koehler
at the age of 14. Through the re-
maining years of her public school
education, she participated in sing-
ing activities of all kinds.
After graduating from high
school, she entered the University
of Miami School of Music where
she was accepted as a voice pupil
by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. Under
his direction, she has made great
progress in both vocal technique
and operatic repertoire.
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Personally SpeaKng

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebman. of
1004 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach,
have left to spend their summer
vacation in Brooklyn. N.Y.
it-it it
Mrs. Anna Berow. of 260 Euclid
ave.. Miami Beach, left on vacation
to Hot Springs, Ark.. St. Louis. De-
troit and New York. She will be
bark here for the holidays.
* it it it
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankel will
on June 18 at St
Parents are Mr
Francis Hospital
and Mrs. Oscar
Rochkind. 634 SW 10th st Miami.
Ruth Brotman. soprano, left on
June 23 for a combined concert and
vacation tour which will take her
to North Carolina. Bayonne. N.J..
New York and Montreal. Miss Brot-
man returns to Miami in October.
Dr and Mrs Max Pepper left
leave on the Queen Mary July 7^to I June ig (o aUcnd ,h(1 convention of
the American Medical Association
in San Francisco From there, they ,
will fly to Hawaii, stopping at the
Roval Hawaiian Hotel The SS Lur j
aline will bring the Peppers back to
Los Angeles, where they plan to
stav at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hol-
lywood. Brief visits at Lai Vegas
and Houston. Tex will be included
on their itincrar) bringing them
back to Miami near the end of I
July.

Mr and Mrs George Wolpert
have left by clipper for Lisbon
Spain, where they will make an ex-
tensive tour of the Iberian Penin
sula and its neighboring European
countries. With them on the tran-
oceanic plane were Mr and Mr-
Mortimer Wien and Mr and Mr-
Carl Su.-skind
Nancy -lane daughter ol IT and
Mr- Max Pepper, loft for the
Blue Mountains '.imp in East
Stroudsburg, Pa.. June 30 She will
be i councilor then
Inn.
and
chil
Vacationing at Duncraggan
Hendersonville. JTC, are Mr
Mr- Theodore Berman and
dren. 525 Palermo av,-. oral (.ah
u.,.M,,-\V,lma(;ral.tK-r_1.36S
Miami: and Kin fl m
SW 14th ter. BlM
Hoiuiv I'riccliiian and Paul Beitfel Speak
Vow-sat Home of Bride's Aunt on Beach
nth st..
Zimmet. 2161
of Miami
Mrs
ave
visit some of the countries they
missed during their European tour
last year. Booked by the George
Kronengold Travel Service, the it
inerary will include England, Scot
land and the Scandinavian coun
tries. The Frankels also plan to
spend some time in Paris with old
acquaintances before returning to
Miami.
Among the ill campers and staff
enjoying their vacations at the first
annual two-week Camp Judaea held
at Camp Blue Star, in
ville. N.C.. through June 22 were
Rhoda Granat. Irwin Becker. Shar-
on Badanes. Arlene Badanes. Paul
Strassberg. Sandy Atkins. Melvin
Seid and Marilyn Schifrin.
Joan and Bud Altmayer. 1230 HE
91st ter. Miami Shores, announce
the birth of their daughter. Ann
.Vanlev. on May 25.
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn
Hendersonville. NO. are Mr. and
S J Spee.or. 1824 Bnckell
Mr and Mr- Max BenkOWltX
and daughter .loan. IW Marseille
dr.; Mr and Mrs JB.Itotne.Wll
I Euclid ave : and Mr and Mr- Max
, Shapiro, 603 SW 9th -t
Mr. and Mr- Sam f l****"
now in their new home at 1.99 SW
1 14th ter. Miami
Mr ami Mr- Krwin Barrett Mar
-hall announce the birth of their
! daughter. Sail] Lou. on June 15.
Sail) join- her -i-ter- Su-an !.>nn
and Sandra Lee
Fr*"nl
Patricia lewis
Mrs Mollie Green. 1600 Euclid
ave.. announces the birth of her
-eat granddaughter. Lynn Sharon.
Ona Kaplan Becomes Mrs
Chooses Imported Chantil
Sunday evening. 5:30 p.m.. at
Temple Emanu-EI. Miss Ona Miri-
am Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and
rs David Kaplan. 821 Marianna
. e. Coral Gables, formerly of
Leonia, N.J., becami the bride of
Herbert Stanley Lowe, sot I Mr
. id Mr- Emanuel Lowe. 3625 SW
26th ter. Miami.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
;.t the double ring candlelight cere-
i ony. The decor of the chapel was
| nk and white.
Ushers were Irwin Mishkin. Wal-
ter Traung. Mark Zeligman and
David Zeligman. Best man wa- Mar-
shall Bernard.
Maid of honor was Evelyn
>>hreibman. of Forest Hills. \" V .
in a pink tulle gown Mrs. Kaplan
selected a peacock blue chiffon,
ballerina-length gown for the cere-
rr.ony. It was complemented by >el-
li w orchids. The groom's mother
-< lected mauve organiza with white
orchid corsage.
The bride selected an imported
chantilly lace floor length gown
er nylon tulle and satin, fitted
bodice with sweetheart neckline
and gauntlets of chantilly lace. The
b >uffant skirt featured an insert
: pleated tulle For something
borrowed, the bride wore pearl ear-
rings that were a gift to her mother
on her 25th wedding anniversary
Her fingertip French illusion veil
was attached to a cloche of chan
tilly lace trimmed with seed pearls
and rhinestones. She carried white
orchids on a Bible.
For something old. the grooms
natemal grandmother. Mrs Marie
Levy, of New York, who flew in
for the wedding, gave the bride a
I-utch lace handkerchief that is
i er 100 years old and was given to
her by her grandmother in Ger-
many
The bride attended school- in
Leonia. and the University of Mi-
. ni She wa- a member of Miami
Eeach Young Adults and is a for-
rer vice president and program
chairman of Junior Hada-ah
Mr. Lowe attended schools in
New York City and has been in
service for two years, spending 14
i ..nth- over-ea- in Korea.
The couple will honeymoon in
Nassau and will make their home
ir Miami.
Herbert Lowe;
Iv Luce Over'I'ulie
\
Mrs. Herbert S. lomt
Kolman Inn., "t *575 Post ive
Miami Beach, ha- left lor New
Yort Fro* there he will
v : a for .. visil with hi-
the summer
month-
Mr and Mrs Joseph II i
of 1214 SW 13th ct have returned
from Phoenix Ariz., where the)
visited their son-in-law
ter. Mr and Mr- Paul W Sokolofl
indchildren
en While there, the -
loured the W'esl Coasl Mi
loli ha- just been unanimous!)
electeil presi
Section ol the Institul
: He :- 501
.
third birt
But on Saturda\ h< r |
5j:;t I
ne, which incl i
and pr entertainn
d Mrs I tein and
33S SW 3oth rd. Ii
week for Detroit, where ihej will
attend the Bur Mitzvah of their
grandson David Morton Levim
son of Mr and Mr- Irvin Levine
Mr- Ruth Cohen ol Camden.
N J pre-ident of B'nai B nth ol
Camden, i- visiting her in-laws
Mr and Mrs, Sam ( ohen Miami
Mr and Mr- Maurice Coulton
and Jamil) and Mr- Nina Goldblatl
and familj are vacationing in *
. York and Canada

Visiting on a two-week -ta> end
ing Saturda) il the Casablanca Ho
telare Mr- N R Leeds and daugh-
ter. Miriam, ol N. w York Cit)
; They are bvtng entertained by Mrs
; Leeds son and daughter-in-law Mr
and Mrs Charles Leeds. 61! NI
30th ter. Miami
Miss Lewis to Wed
Student August Tl
A part) i". the Saxony Hotel was
the occasion for the announcement
of the betrothal of Mis- Patricia
. Lewis and Albert Jack Gil-
ion
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Harr) I. Lewis, Venetian
Island and New York Cit) Mr. Gil-
son's parent- are Mr and Mrs.
I Gilson, Allison Island and
Lawn Island, N.Y
Mi-- Lev, graduated from cher
:. I..' Finishing School and at
thi l niversit) of Miami.
Vlpha F.p-ion
I I -eere
i unc il and a
!' rii

' : Itiv
n) and at
i il Georgia
I Ni where
\ i ha I psilofl
it)
Vim Mcdi-
itructof m
ne Medici School
He is now .. student there and a
member ol Phi Lambda Kappa.
tin i1h.iI fraternity
The will bt married Au-
D thu Waktod A-toria Ho-
tel. New York I iti
Bonny Friedman and Piv\ g_
spoke their vows on Frfou j
11. Miss Friedman is the dio^l
of Mrs. Sybil Friedman, loaoiS
rt. Miami Beach, and Mr d2
Friedman, of New York Twl
groom is the son of Mrs J?l
Heigel, Ansonu Hotel. Ne v?
City.
The 4 p.m. ceremony teak
at the home of the brid,',
Mrs. Lee Spatx. 4330 Nor*
Ian ave. Rabbi Mayer Mri*
officiated. Ushers were Lee |
Richard Levin. James
and Eddie Evans.
For her wedding, the bri*,-,
a white organiza ballerina i
scoop neckline outlined wKk i
quoi.se velvet and matchiar,
at the waist and organza
Her shoulder-length veil of i
illusion was held in place bi
large turquoise velvet bow.
She carried a white satin
centered with white hybrid
and showered with steph
Miss My ma Friedman, sister
the bride, was maid of ho
tired in turquoise linen
pink accessories.
She carried a nosegay of i
pink carnations and swe
roses. Mrs. Friedman,
the bride, chose a pale pink i
tail gown and white orchid
let. Floral designs were a
by the Blackstone Flower
The bride is a graduate c
York Schools and attended Bros-
lyn College. She is associated tH-
Saks Fifth Avenue The grand
i graduate of Irving School hiTW]
eytown, N.Y. He attended Is1
College in Schenectedy and
ated from Columbia Unrveraffl]
He is a member of Phi
Theta and is associated with
station WMGM in New York
For her going away costume,!
bride chose a white pique
dress with black accessorial
white orchid corsage I poo
pletion of a honeymoon in
Beach, the newlywed- will
at 243 West End av. New Y
- < ity
Skit is Planned
The Dynamic foycholofkaj
ciety of Greater Miami will
Friday evening. Jul> 2. it
home of Mr. and Mrs Moses I
er. 6291 SW 24th st Scheduled bi|
skit presented by Bill l-emUrtsM
Moses Meyer entitled Humori
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jay Warshaw
of 1795 SW 14th ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Zella Eve. to Mr Gilbert B Sch-
wartz.
Mi-s Warshaw attended Miami
Senior High School, where -he Wtt
vice president of National Honor
Society, vice pre-ident of Thespi-
ans, president of the Dramatics
Club, vice president of Little Wom-
an and secretary of Tri Alpha
She i- now majoring in elemen-
tal education at the Universit) of
Miami, where she wa- secretary of
Alpha Lambda Delta, freshnians
Women Honorary Society and a
junior counselor in the residence
hall.
Mr. Schwartz, a CPA. is the son
of Mrs. Irene Schwartz. Coral Ga-
bles, and Jrlr. Nat Schwartz. Cleve-
land He is a partner in the firm
of Sadoff & Schwartz, certified pub-
lic accountants. i _^
He attended the Cnivers.ty of I Theatef Party Discussed
Pennsylvania, served with the U.S.'
Army during World War II in the
Pacific and resumed his education
at Western Reserve University and
the University of Miami.
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IY, JULY 2, 1854
ullclight Ceremony Unites Miss Beverly
iphuel, Simon Gold; to Reside Here
[candlelight ceremony on Satur-
] J me 26th. united in marriage
Leverly Raphael, daughter of
r (1 Mrs. Israel Raphael, 1024
sylvania ave., Miami Beach,
.' mon Gold, son of Mrs. Fan
!'i Id and the late Meyer Gold,
double ring ceremony took
6t S p.m. in the Lincoln Man-
iibbi Irving H. Lehman offi-
tC and nuptial solos were of-
by Marian Spier, local con-
artist.
e< rge I. Hornick was best man.
er- were Leonard Wallach and
it- Ossip Miss Florence Green-
took charge of the guestbook.
gtear was David Liebman,
htv of the groom.
d: her wedding, the bride chose
tv chant illy lace over satin,
length, with long fitted
|vi and the boat neckline out
with double standup lace
A Juliet cap of orange bios-
-jr V
m\
Mist Frances t. Bloom
88 Bloom, Burton
fvey, Honor
Indent*, to Wed
): August 22. Miss Frances E.
Ma and Burton R. Levey will
Banritd in Akron, O. The bride-
.i cum laude graduate of the
i\' r-ity of Miami, is the daugh-
i Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom,
roa.'
^l- Levey's parents are Mr. and
Hen,Levey. 1850 SW 16th ter.,
irri." "
VI i!e at the University of Mi-
pi. Kiss Bloom was treasuerer of
; ppa Tau. highest woman's
orary; president of Alpha Sp-
in Phi, social fraternity; associ-
fc. Alpha Sigma Upsilon. inter-
kteixity honorary; and sorority
ptor of Ibis.
She was also a member of Delta
eta Mu. liberal arts honorary;
i Alpha Chi, advertising hon
r>. sweetheart, Tau Epsilon Phi
kttr ity; listed in Who's Who in
ner-can Colleges and Univer-
p-'s; past secretary. Student Body;
fit secretary. Pep Club; and past
pretarjr, Homecoming Commit-
Ilt Blum was also a student
at< r and belonged to Sigma
mbda Phi. service sorority.
Ir Levey js also a UM graduate
Id I- now a senior in law school,
was president of the Student
dy and Alpha Sigma Upsilon,
lerfrdternity honorary. In addi-
belonged to Omicrom Del-
Kappa, highest men's honorary,
a student senator, law school
sresentative and a member of
can's Committee at law
L
[Mr. Levey was twice president
Taj Epsilon Phi and received
Je I'ade County Scholarship In-
rfraternity Award as "outstand-
fraternity man of 1954." He
M chairman of the University of
lami Honor Council and a mean-
er of the Pep Club.
?er two years. Mr. Levey served
b :Se'United States Air Force.
ow a member of the Jewish
far Veterans and West Miami Ma-
lic Lodge.
soms held in place the fingertip
French illusion Veil. She .carried a
modified cascade bouquet centered
with white orchid and showered
with stephanotis.
Her only jewelry consisted of an
heirloom string of pearls, worn by
the bride's mother at her wed-
ding.
Matron of honor was ihe bride's
sister. Mrs. George I. Hornick, at-
tired in yellow nylon tulle baller-
ina. She carried a colonial bouquet
of shellpink carnations, centered
with sweetheart roses.
Flower girl Gail Hornick. niece
of the bride, wore yellow organdy
with white eyelet embroidery and
carried a pale blue satin basket
with rose petals. Mrs. Raphael, the
bride's mother, chose dusty rose
silk organza over taffeta, trimmed
with seedpearls and rhinestones,
and Mrs. Gold, mother of the
groom, wore powder blue embossed
polished cotton with rhinestone
trim and matching stole.
Both wore orchid corsages. Floral
designs were executed by the
Blackstone Flower Shops.
The bride was a member of the
National Honor Society at Miami
Beach High School. She has been
active in many local organizations
and is a past president of Miami
Beach Chapter of Junior Hadassah
and vice president of Southern Re-
gion of Junior Hadassah.
The groom graduated from New
York schools. He js a member of
the executive board of the Miami
Beach Post of Jewish War Veterans
and served five years with the
Army in the European theater.
For her going away costume, the
bride chose pink with bouffant
skirt and pink and white accessor-
ies with white orchid corsage.
Upon completion of a honeymoon
trip by motor to North Carolina,
the newlyweds will reside at 5730
SW 55th st.. where the groom is
associated with the Florida Pre-
cision Instrument Company.
MC?A
Joan Carol Hanson Weds John Tabor;
Bride's Father Officiates at Ceremonv
The marriage of Joan Carol Ban-
son, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Marius Ranson, of Ft. Laqderdale,
to Jonn L. Tabor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Tabor, Buffalo, New
York, took place in Temple Emanu-
El. Beth-El Chapel, New York City,
on June 22, at 0:45 p.m.
The ceremony was performed by
the bride's father, who served as
assistant Rabbi of Temple Beth-EI,
New York City, in 1919-1920.
It was in this same chapel, 24
years ago, that the bride's parents
were united in marriage.
The bride wore a blush pink
gown of alencon lace and tulle net.
with a sweetheart neckline, full
skirt and chapel train. Her finger-
tip length tulle veil was attached
to matching lace coronet. She car-
ried thalianotsis and lily-of-the val-
ley attached to a family Bible. She
wore her grandmother's pearls.
Bridesmaids were Miss Edith Ap-
pclbaum, of Nyack, New York, and
Miss Rhoda Feldman, of Miami
Edelstein, Greenberg
Plan to be Married
Miss Paula Ann Edelstein and
Lester B. Greenberg are planning
to be married. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Edelstein, of 790 SW
27th rd., have announced the en-
gagement.
The bride-elect's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leibo-
witz, Gainesville. She is also the
granddaughter of Mrs. Jacob
Schroeder, Baltimore. Md.. and the
late Judge Schroeder.
Mr. Greenberg is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Greenberg, 621 Es-
cobar ave., Coral Gables.
Miss Edelstein attended Miami
Senior High School, where she was
a member of Pen and Sable Art
Club. She will enter the University
of Miami in September.
Mr. Greenberg is a Miami High
School graduate and attended the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity. He is now a student at
the University of Tennessee School
of Dentistry and is a pledge of
Alpha Omega, professional dental
fraternity.
West ins Honeymoon
In Mexico
Sunday, June 20. 5 p.m., at the
bride's home, was the scene of the
ceremony uniting in marriage Miss
Bea Shapof f and Alan Furman Wes-
tin. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff. 318 SW
28th rd.
Mr. Westin's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Westin, 1021 West 46th
St.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple
Beth Sholom spiritual leader, offi-
ciated at the quiet ceremony at-
tended by members of the immedi-
ate families.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert
Miller, sister of the bride. Miss
Hazel Carmi Miller, niece of the
bride, and Miss Joan Kobrin acted
as bridesmaids.
Best man for Mr. Westin was
Jordan Bittel. Tobias Simon and
Robert Miller, the bride's brother-
in-law, acted as ushers.
Newlywed Mrs. Westin received
the Bachelor's degree in Education
at the University of Miami. She
taught at Morningside Elementary
School last year and is a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon Alumni group.
Mr. Westin is a graduate from
the University of Florida, cum
laude, and received the LLB de-
gree from Harvard Law School. He^
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa
and Phi Kappa Phi. honorary fra-
ternities. He is also affiliated with
Pi Lambda Phi, social fraternity.
An instructor in government at
Harvard, the groom is completing
work toward the PhD degree there.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at home. The couple are hon-
eymooning in Mexico.
Beach. They wore deep pink taf-
feta bouffant ballerina-length dres-
ses and carried lavender iris and
shredded pink carnation bouquets.
Tl mairf f honor. Miss Joan
Sheckley, of Maplewood, New Jer-
sey, wore a pink taffeta ballerina-
length dress and carried a bouquet
of blue carnations.
The matron of honor, Mrs. Rob-
ert Tabor, of Buffalo, New York,
wore a French blue lace ballerina-
length gown and carried a corsage
of pink carnations. All of the
bride's attendants wore floral cor-
onets.
Best man, Robert Tabor, of Buf-
falo, is the brother of the groom.
Ushers were Robert Carrel. Robert
Desbecker. Alvin Click, Don Hur-
j witz. Alfred Marks, Edward Plant,
Robert Risman and Eugene Setel.
Miss Salwa Merhige. of Holly-
wood, was soloist. She sang "I
Love Thee." by Beethoven, and
other musical selections.
Dinner for the immediate family
was held in the Gold Suite. Sherry
Netherlands Hotel, following the
ceremony.
The bride wore a pink linen suit
as a traveling outfit. The couple
will honeymoon in Bermuda and
make their home in Buffalo.
The bride attended Simmons Col-
lege in Boston, Mass., for three
years and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in June. 1954,
specializing in journalism and pub
lications.
The groom is a graduate of the
University of Buffalo and of the
Life Insurance Institute of Purdue
University, and is associated with
the Travelers Insurance Company,
Tabor Agency, of Buffalo.
Clarice Lobel to
Wed Sunday
Clarice Lobel will become the
bride of Maurice Burns at 5 p.m.,
Sunday, July 4, at the home of the
bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Moses
Silverman, in Chicago.
Rev. Moses Silverman, Cantor of
Temple Anshe Emet in Chicago
and -brother-in-law of the bride-
groom, will officiate. Following
the ceremony, a wedding dinner
will be held at the Edgewater
Beach Hotel.
Grey lace over taffeta will fash-
ion the bride's gown with pink ac-
cessories.
Mr. Burns is a graduate of Le-
high University and attended Har-
vard School of Law. He presently
operates K. Burns A Son, jewelry
store in Miami.
The bride is secretary of the Mi-
ami Beach-Israel Zionist District.
Following a two-week trip, which
will include Canada and New York.
the couple will return to Miami
Beach where they will reside at
7765 Crespi blvd.
Dl l .pli.
Mrs. Mm f. Wesfii.
Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center
spiritual leader and a family friend
of the bride.
The newlyweds left for an ex-
tended wedding trip through the
eastern states. A reception is being
planned on their return by their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sur-
loff and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gold-
stein.
Mr. and Mrs. Surloff will be at
home at 7620 Byron ave., Miami
Beach, after July 15.
Mrs. Surloff is the daughter of
Mrs. Lillian Stone. 2115 Washing
ton ave.. Miami Beach.
Bernsteirts Murk
25th Anniversary
A surprise party was held by
Roberta. Akiba and Gerald Bern-
stein on the occasion of the 25th
wedding anniversary of their par-
ents. Morris and Rose Bernstein,
1400 SW 16th st.
The affair took place at the home
of the celebrating couple's son and
daughter-in-law. Roberta and
Akiba. 3470 SW 10th St.. with son
Gerald and his eight-month-old
niece. Gail Ellen, "officiating."
The dinner party noted Wednes-
day. June 30. as the date of 25
years of marriage for the Morris
Bernsteins.
Among guests helping the couple
celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Frost, the Max Strussers and their
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Rosen and the Norman Adelmans.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein are leav-
ing for their New York location.
From there, they plan a trip
through Canada. They expect to be
gone for a few weeks.
Tots About Town...
mitt rWa laWsftta
rUpert, Surloff
Wed In Cables
Mrs. Betty Stone Alpert became
the bride of Mr. Harry I. Surloff on
Wednesday. June 30, at 12 noon.
The quiet ceremony took place
in the study ef Rabbi Morris A.
YOUR TEETH AREN'T IN .
one friendly Goldstein broth-
er tells the other. They make
their horn* at 109.- 4th Ter-
race, Rivo Alto Island.
Baby Photos by Ardnn.r*
SHALL I POSE THIS WAY?
. wonders pretty little Jill
Bernstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Bernstein,
4540 North Michigan Ave-


May Named ZOA President
& ____ .v..., iho rnitod Nations
Continued from Page 1 A
timents in a message which was
r.ad to the 1.200 delegates attend-
ing the ZOA 57th convention The
convention voted to convey to the
president its deep appreciation for
his "warm statements." President
Eisenhower's message read:
"I am happy to send greetings
to the 57th annual convention of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, together with my very best
uishes for the coming year. The
20A which has included some of
Americas most distinguished citi-
zens, has dedicated itself with
\igor to many constructive activ-
ities in this country and to the cul-
tural enrichment of American citi-
zens of the Jewish faith. It has also
done much to strengthen the mut-
ual understanding between the peo-
< of Israel and the U.S.
iz st,si?^sa; *-* -*--;
ou will 'concern yourselves with ing between then, and the popula
Mortimer May
. unonimous choice
that the United Nations plan for
he unified development of the .lor
,,;, Valley will lead in the direc
lin of Arab-Israel peace. Mr. Mur-.
phj Mid lie defended the State M
partmenl officials Immediately coo
,,,,,,,1 with Near Eastern aflaii-
Dr. Abba HUM Silver, address
. th convention, voiced his be-
liel thai the sntt-torael **
expressed bj certain officials in
the Near Eastern Division ol he
State Department do no repre-
sent the true sentiments of tne
leaders of our governmenl ho
have time and again given expres
Blonol their deep and sympathetic
intereS| in the lecuritj and pros
perm ol Israel"
Answering the recent "unfound-
ed charges" against Israel by
\nhur / Gardiner, chiel political
,,i economic advisor ol the State
Department's Near Eastern l
sion.
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rae. is no <""- < ^ ,,. Near daisrn, and will to the last de-
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you Will 'concern yourselves with ins between them and the popu.-- ""^ ;,, ()'h|ll whom he de
the welfare of the Near East. I can ,ums of this complex, significant ^^ ^ gg ,.|h(i ,,,,. in the
assure you that your Government rcgjon f the world" I House ol Representatives tor all
-lares this concern. It is striving ; uurohv. Deputy Under nP0.Arah orooaganda," Dr Silver
ceaselessly to help solve the press
ir.g political and economic prob-
lems of this area and to help de-
velop peaceful relations among the
ople who live there. The achieve-
,ni of ibis objective m require
i ity of purpose and patient effort
all our citizens, as well as a
Emanuel Goldstrich Installed
President of Optimist Group
Ken McCrae, of Hollywood,
: nth district governor of Optim-
j-t Internal, installed Kmanuel
G ildstrich as president of the Mi-
ii Beach Optimist Club at a din
i dance Saturday night in the
Algiers Hotel
Other new officers include vice
presidents I>r. Arthur Shapiro and
Dr Oscar Ruskin. and secretary-
1r< asurer Lysle Fesler, immediate
p.,-t vice president of Optimist In-
U national and one of the founders
oi the Miami Beach club.
Also installed were board mem-
bo s Howard M. Dunn. Doug Raff.
Hi itv Raskin and William Kan
Itvat Uvat II it'll
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to beat the heat. Hoi weather
Ices us uncomfortable.
.When you're tired and warm, a
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rj il yourself, and you'll find
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Hubert Murphy. Deputy Under j ,,, Arab propaganda," Dr wivei
Secretary of State. Imalh address declared:
....... Tre-ic eiit Ki>enhowei and aec
ing the ZOA convention alter sa> ___*_ri ""__________---------_
ing in Washington indecision about M/,,._
accepting the invitation to appear Cardiac Hospital Names
as a speaker, also praised the ZOA Officers. Committee
[or reflecting "some of the fines! N ^ offlcers and executive com
mittee ol National Children's Cai
diac Hospital were announced this
week following a meeting ol the
hospital's board ol director-at Be!
ideals ol the American Jewish com
munity."
The Under Secretary told the
ZOA delegates thai the United
stale- l- deeply disturbed" by the
tension between Israel and the
Arab states. "Perhaps this problem
is too complex, and the fears and
frustrations too deep-seated to
make possible the immediate at-
tainment of formal peace, he said
But we earnest!) seek the emerg-
ence of peaceful relationships We
try to encourage ever) possible
action which could lead in that di-
rectionwhether it be full and ef-
fective support of the UN truce or-
ganization, development of the Jor-
dan Valley, a solution of the Pales-
tine refugee problem.''
The State Department believes
ty's restaurant
The board reappointed Dr Her
bert Eichert as chief ol the medical
~t.itt and Dr David A Nathan as
assistant chiel ol the stafl Dr
Reuben Rochkind was named sec
retary
The staff appointed the follow-
ing to its executive committee: Dr
Franci- Cooke, Dr George Lister
and Dr. Maurice Blinski Ex offl
cm member- of the committee in-
clude Ills Kichert and Nathan, am
Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. the hospital
director ol research, and Dr F A
Hernandez, it- clinical director ,
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GMJCC-Summer Camps Feature Varied
Program of Sports, Religious Activities
A varied program of activities in-
cluding Sabbath parties, talent
shows, craft activities and a daily
dip in a pool have highlighted the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
(enter day camp program during
its first week of operation ending
last Friday.
This program, which has a regis-
tration of over 300 children and
locations at Beach Branch, Town
Branch and Flagler-Granada, will
continue the small group activities
wherein each child has an opportu-
nity to participate in creative ac-
tivities in a Jewish cultural set-
ting.
Beach Branch activities included
the selection of names for each
small group. Some of the names
chosen include "Panthers," the
"Space Men." the "Wild Indians,"
the "Mustangs," the "Beauty
Stars," the "Dolls," the "Bathing
Beauties," "Tree's Branches" and
the "Shamrocks."
On Friday, the camp held a mass
program in the form of a welcome
to the Sabbath in which each group
had an opportunity to present its
name and a skit.
The "Shamrocks," the oldest
girls' group, is involved in paint-
ing and decorating a shack on the
camp grounds, which will be their
own club house. The "Space Men"
are planning to build a space ship
next week for their special proj-
ect.
Klagler-Granada's Camp Kadi-
m.ih highlights during the past
week and a half of camp included a
weekly Sabbath party on Friday,
and a talent show, as well as a
cook-OUt and a Maccabiad. The Mac-
cabled included individual, as well
as team events, featured by the sen-
ior boys, who conducted a program
of songs and dramatics.
The Town Branch used "Be a
friend to each other" as the theme
lloxpital Uromp
lAwts Ottieers
Tracy B. Hare, administrator of
Variety Children's Hospital, is the
new president of the South Florida
Hospital Council.
He succeeds Mrs. Mary Reeder,
administrator at Doctors Hospital,
who served as president for two
\rars.
Other new officers include Sam-
uel Gertner, administrator of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, vice president, and
Sanford K Bronstein, administra-
tor of the hospital division of
Dade County Civil Defense, secre-
tary-treasurer.
Named Mother of the Year'
Mrs. Ida Optner was elected Phi
Kpsilon Pi "Mother of the Year" at
a meeting of the Phi Epsilon Pi
Alumni Association last week.
Mrs. Optner lives at 2353 SW
24th ter, Miami, and has been ac-
tive in fraternity and University of
Miami affairs for the past 15
yean.
Her son, Phil Optner, was a mem-
ber of the local chapter, and she
has maintained her interest in the
fraternity since his graduation.
during the first week at Camp Ma-
Ka-Bee. This special friendship pro
gram featured a traditional Oneg
Shabbat party, where the tradition-
al blessings were performed by
campers and where gifts were pre-
sented to campers by each other.
These gifts were made as part of
the arts and crafts program. An-
other feature during friendship
week was the selection of group
names.
The following names were se-
lected: "Israelites," "Golden Ar-
rows," "Stars of David," "Samson-
ites," "Busy Bees," "Queens," and
"Sta-Mars Gladiators."
The camp program is being co-
ordinated by Emanucl Tropp, direc-
tor of Activities, and camp direc-
tors Israel Silver, of the Town
Branch, Nisson Pearl, of the Beach
Branch, and Harry Shamis, of Flag-
ler-Granada.
200 Attend Hebrew
Academy Affair
More than 200 people attended
the installation dinner of the He-
brew Academy, honoring B. I. Bin-
der, newly-elected president, on
Sunday evening at the Sterling Ho-
tel. ^
Binder, prominent in communal
and philanthropic circles, succeeds
Dr. David S. Andron who was pre-i-
| dent of the Academy since its es-
tablishment six years ago and now
is honorary president.
In addition to Binder, 19 officers
and a slate of 20 members of the
board of directors elected to serve
for a three-year term were installed
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal.
Judge Charles Gertler. of the Mi-
ami Beach Municipal Court, acted
as chairman for the evening. In his
introductory remarks Gertler said
I the contributions of the Academy
to the cultural life of our commu-
nity have been "significant and
noteworthy." The unique educa-
tional program of the Academy,
he added, "is designed to prepare
our children for leadership in the
Guests of the Miami Beach
Hotel Association at the Del-
monico Hotel are Staff Sgt.
Jose M. Weill and his bride
of one year. A European and
Korean War veteran on his
way to a new assignment in
Alaska, he is the son. of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Lyon, of the
Blackstone Flower Shops.
Handbag Guild Seats
Officers at Algiers
Harold Behrman. Miami Beach
retail merchant, was installed
president of the Handbag and Jew-
elry Guild of South Florida Sunday
at the Hotel Algiers.
Other officers installed by Vice
Mayor Harold Spaet were Hen-
riette Hoffman, vice president; Al
Feiffer, secretary; and Sam Silver-
stein, treasurer.
Former Gov. Fuller Warren
talked on "Retail Horizons."
Miami Delegates
Attend Women's
Brandeis Meeting
Delegates, representing 44,000
members from 84 chapters through-
out the United States, to the sixth
annual conference of the National
Women's Committee of Brandeis
University learned that over $1,-
000,000 has been given by them to
the university in its short history.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chapter,
headed the delegation which in-
cluded Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs.
Betty Oberstein and Mrs. Max Sha-
piro. The women's committee com-
i pletely supports and maintains the
Brandeis library.
Formal dedication of the three-
story glass walled library wing took
place during the conference. The
addition was made possible through
funds contributed by members of
the national women's committee,
which is the largest "friends of a
library" movement in the world.
"Education in a Free Society"
was the subject of a cymposium
held at the final banquet, with Dr.
Sachar acting as the moderator.
Outstanding educator.- and Bran
deis faculty members Dr. Max Ler-
ner. Dr. Leo Szilard. Dr. James V.
Cunningham and Mr. Arthur Ber-
ger were the panellists.
Delegates were taken behind
scenes to learn what occurs at
Brandeis from the time an appli-
cant is accepted for admission until
he is integrated into university life.
Clarence Q. Berger, executive as-
sistant to the president, was the
narrator of "A Student Comes to
Brandeis," with University admin-
istrators and student officers as
participants.
Other highlights of the confer-
ence were the president's report,
which cited the accomplishments of
the women's committee during the
past year, and the chapter gifts pre-
sented to the president of Brandeis.
Shown at the Hebrew Academy installation Sunday evening
are (left to right) Judge Charles Gertler, chairman; Samuel
Ritter. vice president; B. I. Binder, president; and Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal.
American Jewish Community and
to develop them into happy, whole-
some and well-adjusted citizens."
Other officers installed were
Harry Genet, chairman of the exe-
cutive committee; Harry Levitt,
Kolman Luria, honorary vice presi-
dents; Jack Satin, Samuel Rein-
hard, Samuel Ritter. Charles H.
Fruchtman. Raymond Rubin, Mor-
ris Cohen, Irving Firtel and Jacob
Kaufman, vice presidents; Samuel
M. Grundwerg, treasurer; Harry
Korctzky, co-treasurer; Daniel M.
Broad, financial secretary; Nathan
Ginsburg, corresponding secretary':
Sidney Rubinowitz, recording -ecre-
tary; Max Silvcrberg, general sec-
retary; Sol Goldman, auditor; Dr.
Irwin H. Makovsky, medical ad-
visor.
Designating the coming year as
"Hebrew Academy E x p ansion
Year," Binder pledged the launch-
ing of a campaign for a new build-
ing in the early fall. "Facilities
must be made possible to accom-
modate a student body of 500 chil-
dren." he said. "The Academy has
been forced to turn away many
students for lack of space."
Projected plans for a new and
enlarged school include a complete
library, spacious classrooms, gym-
nasium and science laboratories.
Binder termed the school expan-
sion program a "must" and called
upon the citizens of the community
to help the Academy officials real-
ize the building program during the
coming year.
Genet, chairman of the executive
committee and Academy president
in the absence of Dr. Andron.
handed over the president's Gavel
to- Binder.
Herman Eisenberg. executive di-
rector of the Academy, presented a
plaque for "Outstanding service to
the students, faculty and parents
of the Hebrew Academy." to Luria.
80-year-old veteran and founder of
the Academy.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. pre.-i-
dent of Hebrew Aeademy Women,
extended greetings on behalf of all
the Affiliated Academy Women's
groups. She pledged the full -up-
port of her organization to the new
administration and assured them
that full cooperation would be ex-
tended to carry out the future
plans of the Academy.
Cantor Maurice Mamches ren
dered a musical program of Israel
songs. Congratulatory telegrams
were received from Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Reinhard. now in Israel,
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grund-
werg, who are visiting in New York
City.
Greater Miami Chapter delegates to the sixth annual conference of the National Women s
Committee of Brandeis University, held June 13 at Waltham, Mass., az (left to right) Mrs.
Betty Oberstein, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. president; Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Brandeis presi-
dent; Miss Lillian Goodman; and Mis. Max Shapiro.
Classical Hour Adds
New Features Sunday
Yiddish Classical Hour now pre-
sents three new features on Sun-
day-. 9:30 to 11 a.m.. Station
WWPB. according to Morris Nasa-
tire. director.
Nasatir this week pointed to
"Landscapes of Israel." a 15-minute
feature highlighting aspects of the
Jewish State. Others include
"News from Israel," an up-to-the
minute report on latest happen-
ings, and "Jewish Humor," gleaned
from literature and happenings in
Europe and Israel.
Nasatir said that plans call for
the addition of a news commen-
tator and journalist to his program
in the near future.
IIillel I,iris \hiik-
Officers to Posts
Hillel, B'nai B'rith Girls. Chap-
ter 297. installed officers Sunday
at Tyler's restaurant on West Flag-
ler st.
Officers are: president. Paula
Stern field: vice president, Rosl> u
Hirsch; second vice president, Ra-
vonna ('aidwell; recording secre-
tary, Rena Halbstein; correspond-
ing secretary, Edith Prague; treas-
urer, Bonnie Mooney.
Historian, Helen Kessler: ser-
geants at arms, Louise Srednick
and Janis Block; members in train-
ing mother, Joan Bierman: chap-
lain, Bobbye Arner; parliamentar-
ian. Marsha Lazar; board member,
Brenda Golin.
New members installed were
Judy Weiss, Lynda Herman and
Noney Lesser.
Retiring seniors are Marian Feit,
Sandra Green. Marlyne Weiss, Ar-
lene Fransblau, Sondra Goodrich,
Bernice Gottlieb. Marilyn Jackson.
Carol Josephs, Judith Lewis and
Marilyn Wininger.
4mlassvi' Vasst's
Hoard Exam
Robert L. Glasser. 27-year-old
associate of his brother. Leonard
H. Glasser, architect, was informed
this week he passed the Florida
State Board for the practice of
architecture.
Simultaneously, Leonard II. Glas-
Kektri 1. C/.ss.r
ser announced the expansion of
their offices at 350 Lincoln Road
to include custom facilities for a
special department in the project
field.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School. Robert Glasser received Us
architectural degree from the Uni-
versity of Florida following Navy-
enlistment and three years' serv-
ice in the European theatre on the
aircraft carrier U.S.S. Bataan. He
is a member of the American Leg-
ion, VFW. was president of Tau
Epsilon Phi and treasurer of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce.
The new department, said the
Glassers. will focus on "flexible"
homes.
Officer is Promoted
Promotion of officers assigned to
the Miami Army Reserve School
this week included 1st Lt. Sidney
L. Friedman, of Miami Beach.



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FRIDAY, )ULY 2 lau
Mercantile National
Bank Pays Interest
Under New Policy
On July 1, the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach paid
the first quarterly interest to sav-
ings depositors under a new policy
put into effect recently by the
bank's board of directors. Shepard
Broad, president of Mercantile
Bank, announced Jiere.
Savings in the Mercantile Na-
tional earn interest at the annual
Trail Lodge to Install
Officers Saturday July 10
Maurice Johnson will be named
chancellor commander of Trail
Lodge. Knights of Pythias, on Sat-
urday evening, July 10, 8:15 p.m..
at 2483 S\V 8th st.
Others elected to office include
Murray Kleisher, vice chancellor;
David Gilman. prelate; Jerry' Bor
racas. master at arms; Al Magol-
nick, financial secretary and
treasurer; Max Taube. secretary;
Irving Goldstein, master of work;
Bast Unveiling
The dedication of a monum
Obituaries
JACOB LOWENSTEIN
Southaltore cli
DORA HALPERT
MRS. MAHY KABAu-
TO. ill IBM I'ralrto ay. M
,i .,1 .Monday. Hhe earn* f
i, rn< i l* year* am Bni i
, ln.lt- three dauahtei*. M
, ,.,,|., i ciiillh. Miami Beach,
I '....[..'l I'll
(rude, Klmhera-. ranaalr, \ |
,,l,i New York Cttfi .i
\.,m Ji pbbj i ;. ixoih.i and
S,i\ i. an>l liiirlal w. .
with Klveralde Miami Eli
rial in. ni-
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NOTICE Y RUBLICAT ZH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C- Trie
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC T or
FLORIDA IN AND FOB OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. N; t70M0
wii.i.iam T. UREEX, Plali '.
\|>.\ UREEN. Defend., .it
with a firecracker party
All day Sunday will feature a j fullum o
weekend will be concluded with a grandchildren. Arrfnff.ment* '" ',T'
banquet .m Sunday evening. In in charge of Palmers Miami Monu
rharee arc Benee Kahn and Don ment Company. Friends ana reia ^ .... v
charge are Benee
Lazare.
lives are asked i" attend
Harbith Unveiling
The dedication of a onument to
Jewish Forum Sunday
Miami Beach publicist Mori Pre
i mon will participate in an Inde-1 tn,. memory of the late Albert H.
*j ; pendence Day program over the Harbith, formerly of 310 Meridian
Jewish Forum on the Air Sunday Avenue, was held Tuesday. June
MRS. ROSE NEMETS
i-, ,,f .; \\ leih Miami Beai h,
, ,'.,| | ,,,,. jj s, I,. ... held hi
I hi i; >ldi M..... l x| l -i '' h
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Shepard Brood
morning. 10:30 a.m.. station WMIh. 29th al 10 AM OH Mt. Sinai Memo- i', Emuna 'h!jr. '
according to Simon Seiderf, direc-1 rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. I ^1^'] ;, ,,, UJ
tor. Miss Fremon will recite a | Swirskv officiating. Mr. Harbith is 1i \, ., ,. ., leave- itjo daughter*,
, poem. "Stars and Stripes." Ap- survived by his wife Anna of Mi- Mb* K^rVM SS
,h! fVr-i hYnTin the rreTr I Paring in a musical salute will be ami Beach and a son Arthur J. of I ,,, brother.. >-.,, Bui
iami a ea tJSta? ZmSS*. *" Lillian son and """ JKU", Alexandria. V. Arrangements |3
dith Nelson Dfucker. honoring the wcrc in chargc 0f Palmers Miami
I hi i "In ml Court on IH I- it,,
m, .'m.I .Ii.> of AuguM. IBM. If
I.null I,, .1.. Ml, Jil.lKUlrllt D) ill-fan'
taken again*) rou :..i Hi.- i
! Bill Ol I ..lll|ll
i hla n-.tl. c ahall 1m- publl
..i.li week fur four ronneiutl
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return from Korea of Lt. Donald
Nelson.
rate of 2'j percent compounded
quarterly. The Mercantile Nationa
is
Miami area to offer quarterly
terest payments at this rate to its
savings depositors, with balances
of up to $15,000
On deposits from $15,000 to
$50,000, the bank pays 1 '2 percent
per annum also compounded quar-
terly, and savings certificates are
offered corporation accounts with
fixed rates of interest depending
upon the amount and the length of
lime for which the deposit is ac-
cepted.
Interest payment dates on the
quarterly schedule are January' I.
April 1, July 1 and October 1, De
posits made on or before the 10th
< f each of the above months will
earn interest from the first and in 1 g, is a memDer of the Greater
other months deposits made on or Miamj Ra0binical Association and
before the fifth of the month will j thc Klorida Association of Babbis.
earn from the first, Broad explain- _________________________
^Announcement of the new policy Mayer Appointed to
"has been well received" by Mer Head Sports Group
candle National Bank customers
and the general public, Broad said.
Each account is insured to $10,000
by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corp.
Rabbi Waxman Named
Babbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
leader of the West Miami Jewish
Center, has been appointed honor-
ary' chaplain to the State Depart-
ment of Florida of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States for
the third successive year.
Rabbi Waxman came to this
country three years ago from Eng-
land and was recently elected to
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer
Monument Company.
Greenbaum Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Betty
Greenbaum, formerly of 2470 S.W.
19th Terrace, will take place Sun-
day, July 4. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery Mrs. Greenbaum is sur
vived by her husband Murray B.;
one daughter. Bochellc and her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Klein of
Miami. Arrangements are in charge
of Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
William Mechlow Dies
At 62; Was Real Estate Man
Bernard A. "Bud'' Mayer has
been appointed chairman of the
sports committee of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce. Leo
Adeeh, Chamber governor, an-
nounced this week.
GMJCC Tri Beta
Council Elects Officers
Maxene Drucker has been nam-1 tFrank' Jim, ,R"by- 0iBors-
ed president of Tri Beta Council of f,or{- <"} T Hj.ffman Charles A
GEORGE MENDEL
M, of 831 WOBl :. M >"! BoBch.
died mi. v|. I.<1I\ ,lin, ti in .. IocbI
hoapltal orlaUnlly from Mob ^<'U.
Mm.1.1 ..- aaaoctattd wltli lh< Mi-
ami Btu.h Chaekai Cab '" Ii
urvtvod i>> ill" widow, Betty: father.
Ji ,.i.. two latent, Mr* 1th.iin 1..
vlna and Mrs. Boa R. Miami
Beach; four brothora, Uewla, Harold,
William nnd llernmn Hen I
held Kii.i.o at Rlveralde Memorial
M1..111I iirui'h Burial followod
..1 Mt, Ni ixi Comoterj
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Other officers recentIv elected P(,nur">- '"
include Myrna Burke, vice presi- <,>,i,r Relsler" Charles White-
t'ent: Toby Lurie. treasurer; Bobi brook- Dave Levi,,-"n' Sporta writ
MRS. HOSE LEVITtKV
17, ol 75a Jefferaoa av Mian I Boai a,
illid Jin.. .'*>. Shf i" aurvlvod bj hr
hu.band, Hxnmn, a Mn, Herman
l^-iatiton, nf Miami. .1 -i. 1 .11.1 !
RTandchlldreB Sorvk-ea ari oonduct*
i b) B/orknian*a Ciivle Branch Mo
<*1 of Miami, of Whli h ihB WBJ ini-in-
bor. ai flurdoo'i rSineral 11.. ,. ..f mi-
.11111 aiih hurlal In Mr Hlnal Cemetef)
ISAOORK D PADORR
: I. al MB Hat r< ild. nl ..f
Miami f..r is yttJt ,1 1 | ||,
cam here from CblcaBo H. is fut-
' Md b) hll oifr. In Ml 1
William Mechlowitz. 62. of 4A4S I rmE-,%,C*k5S......','"," "',":'"''--
, ... Mn Lillian Inaana, of I.- Anaelea,
Adams ave., Miami Beach, a re-.1.M1- Pearl Kolner. of Cbl<
tired real estate man. died June i ..;nr^.
23 in a hospital. ,,, ,,:.,, .,, ,...,,,.,.
He was a resident of Miami died June .'.. In .. local hoapltal Hi
Beach 30 years Surviving are his SRa?andTta
wife. Ida; two M>ns, Herman and there He lived ..t !ll NW 17th lei
A. Louis, both of Miami Beach, and Jfl^Jjj' !( ';' of aordoB'i
Members of the committee arc j a daughter. Mrs. liana Hinden. ol
Chris Dundee. Councilman Bernard | Sarasota I jack coloenberg
Mr. MechlowiU wai I former "A '"
, ., ,i_ 1 .. ''" '' hoapltal. a retired i-ablnel
vice president of Beth Jacob Syn- Holdenberi
agogue.
Services were held at Riverside
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recording secretary.
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sioner l.ou Gold, Jack Corbett,
Chapel, Miami Beach
Burial followed In Ml Sinai Ceme-
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t-ecretary; Sally Seidman. sergeant-
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Party Scheduled
Young Adult Croup of Temple
Emanu-EI will hold its annual
"fireworks fiesta" on Sunday. July
Amnesty Granted Convicted
Nazis by New Decree
BONN (JTA
Bundestag la-t weekend approved .1
bill to grant amnesty to thousands
of -minor offenders" including
many convicted Nazis and to free
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*Jristnoridiar>
Bureau of Jewish Education Figures
Show Enrollment Increases in Schools
PAGE 11 A
Peak enrollment in the Jewish
schools or Greater Miami again
shows steady increase, according to
records submitted to the Bureau of
Jewish Education this. week. The
Sunday schools reveal a total of 3.
428 students, exactly 500 over that
of last year.
The afternoon schools show a to-
tal of 2,219 students, an increase of
738 over that of 1953.
A breakdown of this registration
shows 1.653 boys and 1,775 girls in
(he Sunday schools, more girls than
boys. The enrollment in the after-
noon schools reveals 1,591 boys and
628 girls, indicating a growing num-
Iber of girls exposing themselves
Itn the more intensive Jewish edu-
cation of the Hebrew schools. In
Il953. only 400 girls were regis-
tered.
These registration figures show
|the following trends, the Bureau
reveals: a greater interest in the
in ire intensive Hebrew afternoon
training and the rapid increase of
kitiendance of girls in this supple-
mentary school.
The trend away from the Sunday
school to the afternoon school in
Greater Miami is contrary to the
national trend where the Sunday
school still shows greatest increase,
Bureau officials observed. Some of
this increase in Greater Miami is
due to the extension of the Sun-
day school to additional afternoon
sessions, rt was explained.
"The increase in registration of
girls shows a growing recognition
by Greater Miami of the need of
such education for the future moth-
ers of the Jewish home on whom
the greatest responsibility now
rests for the continuity of a Jew-
ish home conducive to the perpetu-
ation of healthful Jewish life in
America," the survey concludes.
"The next step in the pi-ogre.-.-, Di
the Jewish afternoon school should
be an increase in class hours from
the average of four hours to six
hours weekly, and the stimulation
of Hebrew preschool education
Committees Plan Citizenship Day
man, proclamations and Elks, and
Mrs Harry G. Rogers, concert com-
mittee.
Other chairmen are Major
Charles W. Byers, Armed Forces
committee. Mayor David H. Hen-
drick, Jr., Mayors' committee. Wil-
and Hebrew summer camps."
SCHOOL REGISTRATION 1954
Sunday
Schools
595
Beth David .
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[I'm Jacob
oral Gabfa Jewish Center
, i,tan.ula .1. v. i A (enter
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I; ileah Miami Spring: Jewish Center
Center
; i -i-lli Israel
Hi Hebrew School
iticello Jewish Center,
rth l>ade Jewish Center
111 Shore Jewish Center
mple BetH Sholom
mple l-.manu-El
mple Krael
Jneretit larnel
90
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nrkmen s CircleTown
binora Jewish Center
TOTAL
110
3,428
2 219
iither Adler, Claire Luce to Star in Sam
irsch Production Tuesday at Biitmore
| Broadway stars Claire Luce and
uther Adler will share top billing
the next Sam Hirsch presenta-
bn, Time of the Cuckoo," which
pens Tuesday night, July 6, at the
Sit more Playhouse.
(The Broadway comedy hit will
presented nightly at 8:30, ex-
tpt Mondays, with matinees on
Iturday and Sunday. The show
Hll run through July 18.
[Written by Arthur Laurents,
Time of the Cuckoo" opened on
Roadway on October 15, 1952,
Brring Shirley Booth.
|Time of the Cuckoo" tells the
fry of how its heroinethough
seeing a sunny disposition that
ads her to call everybody "Cook-
and to make her best jokea
out herself believes she has
und the affection she craves with
[middle-aged shopkeeper in Ven-
This genial American spinster
' has come to Europe hoping to
d a romance, begins the affair
nidly. then ardently exults in it
|ri ends it with painful disillusion
fnt as she finds that European
ealism" about love is too cynical
an American taste.
[A portralt-tallery of some other
nerican guests in a Venetian
Insion an artist and his naive
|fc. an aging mid-western couple
[>o do their sightseeing on a rigid.
'ak neck schedule, among others
makes 'Time of the Cuckoo" a
oss section of Americana abroad
Id gives appropriateness to the
*<. which is drawn from a defi-
n n the Encyclopedia Brittan-
rhe definition reads: "The
rkoo is a summer visitant to the
lole of Europe. It proclaims its
rival by a cry heralding the sea-
of love."
fhe Biitmore presentation is be-
directed by producer Hirsch.
Chiffon", starring Kay
I on Sunday night.
Miami IJbraru
Wins Award
Dr. Frank B. Sessa. director of
the Miami Public. Library, this
week announced1 that the library
for the second year has received
an award in the John Cotton Dana
Publicity Awards Contest, sponsor-
ed jointly by the Wilson Library
Bulletin of New York and the
American Library Association Pub-
lic Relations Committee.
This year's citation is a special
award for the "imaginative quality
of its publicity and its cooperation
with community groups."
Mrs. Helga H. Eason, head of
the Community Relations, received
the award for the library at a tea
given by the Wilson Library Bulle-
tin, in Minneapolis, Minn., where
the 73rd annual conference of the
American Library Association is
now in progress. The awards were
also announced at the special mem-
bership meeting following the
American Library Ass ociation
Council on Friday morning, June
25.
The classification in which the
Miami Public Library won the spe-
cial award comprises public lib-
raries in cities over 200.000 popula-
tion. This includes such famous
and old libraries as Enoch Pratt
Free Library in Baltimore, Md.,
which won first prise, and Mil-
waukee, Wis winner of honorable
mention.
Rabbi Sachs to Speak
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will dis-
cuss the Chevra Kadisha problem
on Jacob Schachter's Jewish. Var-
iety Hour Sunday, 12 p.m., over
station WMBM
JvOGUST BROS Rvrj
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Seventeen committees with an
executive committee headed by E.
Albert Pallot will begin a series of
meetings this week for Citizenship
Day scheduled for Sept. 17.
This year. Citizenship Day will
honor an estimated 1,500 newly
naturalized citizens here, according
to Eugene Cole, chief examiner of
the Immigration and Naturalization
8*rvice.
Heading the list of chairmen for
the event are Sheriff Tom Kelly,
parade marshal, Harvey W. Seeds
Post Commander Ed R. Greenfield
for all veterans organizations. Mrs.
S. J. Bobbitt. women's clubs,
George K. Roller, men's clubs.
Henry J. Halam. program and
speakers' committee, Burton P.
Nuckols, labor unions, Abe S. Gold-
liam J. Crockett, Jr., financial in-
stitulions, Mrs. Wiliard M. Ware,
Scquui, and Gilbert J. Balklh,
schools.
Assiotine are Mrs. M. Lewis Hall,
Mrs. Elry Stone, R. H. Scott. James
neath. Albert J. Hirsch, Mrs.
George F. Schofield, Mrs. Sam Ko-
mack. Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs.
Max Froom, Mrs. Evelyn Decky,
Mrs. Manus Berman, John Olmsted
and Capt. Peter Stewart, chief of
detectives, Miami Beach Police De-
partment.
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IIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JULY 2, 1954
SEC. B
>ias in Employment Heavy,
NCRAC Findings Reveal
Atlantic city Em-
}ment discrimination against
t> is more widespread than is
erally recognized, even in pe-
&s when jobs are plentiful, ac-
iing to a report last week to the
r 'lay annual conference of the
tonal Community Relations Ad-
Iry Council, coordinating body
lix national and 32 local Jewish
ups engaged in combatting anti-
mtism.
\h- report pointed out that anti-
h bias in employment, which
hill strong, frequently goes un-
ited because of the high level
mployment among Jewish work-
It recommended that the prob-
of employment discrimination
i\p much greater attention
i Jewish community relations
ticies and Jewish vocational
(ices than it is getting. It also
kneed a number of recommend
}n< for dealing effectively with
problem.
irnard H. Trager of Bridgeport,
eeted NCRAC chairman, said
report was based on .the pro
ings of a two-day conference
representatives of Jewish com
V.> relations agencies and Jew
Miealional agencies held some
ago in New York. It was pre
UsIf t. BmrnktM
irnhffl to Head
Chest Drive
ter R. Bamhill, promotion
nager of the Miami Herald, last
ek was appointed 1955 campaign
lirman for the Community Chest
|I>ade County, it was announced
B. Hiram Blakey, Chest pro-
|m.
he once-a-year drive, begin-
K in November, raises operating
ds for 22 different local, wef-
and youth organizations and
National li$0 all at one time.
he new chairman is one of the
ngest volunteers ever appointed
lead the Red Feather drive. Des-
his youth, he has an outstand-
record in top chest campaign
Its.
Hade's first Million Dollar
st Campaign in 1053. Barnhill
co-chairman of the Chest's Di-
on "A," which raises the larg-
share of the annual drive
pugh Urge corporation and in-
(dual gifts,
w to that, he served as an ad-
to the "big money" division,
worked on special gifts in
Chert drives. He became a
nber of toe Chest board in 1952.
|is also an executive board ntem-
of the South Florida Council.
Scouts of America, one of the
local Red Feather agencies par
Dating in the joint fund raising
taraerd N. Tragar
sented to the session by Louis Fein-
mark, president of the New Haven
Jewish Community Council, chair-
man of the NCRAC Committee on
Employment Discrimination.
The report stressed the need for
Jewish agencies to interpret the
problem of Jewish employment dis-
crimination to the public employ-
| went service and to the public
{ agencies responsible for the admin
1 istration of fair employment laws
| and government regulations against
| employment discrimination.
Opposition Urged
The urgency of the problem 6f
discrimination in em ployment
1 against Jews is not recognized, the
| report said, because at the present
j time almost all Jewish workers are
| gainfully employed. "Jews are em-
i ployed by Jews, they are found in
j government, in civic agencies, in
their own businesses, or are self-
employed in professions. This has
tended to obscure the fact that em-
ployment discrimination against
Jews may be continuing with only
little improvement."
The report stressed that discrim-
ination on any grounds must be
opposed. It pointed out that dis-
crimination against Jews in em-
ployment is manifested in special
ways that are frequently very
subtle. As a consequence, the re-
port said, "many leaders in the
fight against employment discrim-
ination appear almost totally un-
aware of the extent to which Jews
are denied equality of employment
opportunity." Among the major
recommendations advanced in the
report were the following:
An intensification and expan-
sion of research to produce rcli
able data about Jewish occupa-
tional distribution and about the
extent and areas of discrimina-
tion against Jews. The report em-
phasized that most important is
a "continuing program of fact
finding, that would involve on a
routine basis the systematic com-
pilation of information from all
available sources, including em-
ployers, trade unions, schools,
employment agencies and mem-
bers of Jewish community or-
ganizations."
Establishment and maintenance
of a clearance system between vo-
cational service agencies and
community relations agencies;
establishment of a permanent
joint national committee of the
Jewish Occupational Council,
represently the vocational serv-
ice agencies and the NCRAC to
formulate procedures and de-
velop a coordinated and cooper-
ative program.
The assumption of responsibil-
ity by Jewish agencies for inter-
preting the subtleties and special
characteristics of discrimination
against Jews to government agen-
cies, for providing those agencies
with information about specific
cases of employment discrimina-
tion against Jews and for helping
those agencies develop methods
for investigating and handling
cases involving discrimination
against Jews.
A nation-wide program to find
document and interpret case* of
discrimination in employment
against Jews. This, it was recom-
mended, should include a) co-
operation with employment agen-
cies and employment counsel-
lors; b) the compilation of a list
of members of Jewish commu-
nity organization who could fur-
nish information about Jewish
employment in specific plants
and industries, the policies of
management, the attitudes of in-
dividual officials and depart-
ment heads ; c) routine question-
ing of all applicants who use vo-
cational agencies regarding their
employment experience.
A call for a partnership between the echolar and the layman
to bring about a new dawn of Jewish learning in America was
at8,hedFbY ^P3 lu,2nick ^h.) in the principal address
at he Founders Day Exercise, of the Dropsie College, in Phila-
delphia Pa Shown above is the president of B'nai B'rith re-
ceiving the honorary degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters from
ur. Abraham A_ Neuman. president of Dropsie College. Look-
n9w c. .ear Admiral Lewi8 L- St"8S deft), chairman of the
United States Atomic Energy Commission, who received the
honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters.
Administration Pushes
Civil Rights Programs
NEW YORK (JTA) The United
States continued to move slowly
but perceptibly during 1953 toward
greater equality for all Americans,
j regardless of race, creed or origin,
according to a survey released to-
day by the American Jewish Con-
gress and the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People.
In a statement issued with the
Pianist in Interview
Pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma will
be interviewed by Mrs. Mario
Volpe on Saturday, 6:30 p.m., over
station WKAT. Mr. Sanroma is
scheduled to appear in an all-Gersh-
win program on Sunday evening
with the University of Miami Sum-
mer Symphony Orchestra at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Collections Committee
To Meet at Federation
First official meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Collections Committee will be held
on Wednesday, July 7, 12:15 p.m..
in the Federation conference room.
Chairman Sam A. Goldstein, has
called the luncheon meeting for the
purpose of developing a swift mov
ing program to collect outstanding
pledges to the Combined Jewish
Appeal. About 40 business men
with experience in the Business
and Professional Division will serve
on the committee this year.
"The ultimate success of this
drive rests in your hands," said
Goldstein in his communication to
committee members earlier this
week.
'The Collections Committee as-
sumes the greatest responsibility of
our drive because these collections
hard cashwill keep our institu-
tions going, strengthen Israel's
economy and support the Greater
Miami welfare and health institu-
tions which must continue to serve
our growing Jewish population."
I report, the organizations stated
that the progress made in 1953
I and earlier years showed that the
| American people were ready to
'give full effect to the Supreme
j Court decision of May 17, 1954.
, outlawing racial segregation in the
public schools and would "con-
form their practice to established
public law and policy, whatever
their personal attitudes may be.'
The report is devoted to an
analysis of developments during
the past year in 14 major areas of
national life in which civil rights
are an important issue, including
employment, housing, suffrage,
education, the Armed Forces, mob
violence, group defamation and
the nation's capital.
The 189-page survey, in covering
developments during President
Eisenhower's first year in office,
notes that the newly-elected na-
tional administration "did not per-
mit any retreat from gains achiev-
ed during previous years, pressed
several important reforms toward
conclusion" and took some steps
"not previously attempted" but
"ventured no bold innovations."
In a statement issued with the
report. Dr. David Petegorsky, ex-
ecutive director of the AJC. and
Walter White, executive secretary
of the NAACP, said: "The Su-
preme Court decision of May 17,
1954, condemning racial segrega-
tion in public schools is a, stirring
reaffirmation of the fundamental
American principle of equality and
proof that our democratic system
can correct its own defects through
orderly legal processes."
Temple Emanu-D Confirmation Class ofc 1953-54. Service took place on Shavuoth morning when 27 young men and women
were confirmed. Bottom row (left to right) are Barbara Tut-off. H elen Redman, Maureen Cohn. Anne Fiahbein. Dawn Grossman.
Marilyn Loeb. Dorothy Bauman. Harriet Gans and Rita Goldst ein. Center row are Joan Gilbert. Judith Gross, Rita Klonsky,
Marcia Savransky. Cantor Philip Brummer. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Carol Cohen. Susan Talianoff. Rosalie Schwarunnan.
Myra Fochtner and Roberta Rubin. Top row are Sandra Gam er. Harriet Levy, Robert Schwartzman. Michael Escott, Sheldon
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iLOBAL SHORTS
Lyd Soys Britain Seeks
lei-Arab Dispute Meeting
LONDON (JTA) The British
i\eminent is doing its best to
ig Arabs and Israelis together
I he rwtution oi their disputes.
i\n Lloyd. Minister of State,
glared in hwHou^rfrfl-Gwirfnons.
[complained that "the more that
paid in public, the more difficult
; to get the two sides together."
Lloyd had been asked by Eric
hnson, a Conservative M.P.,
pther the government would not
to persuade the Jordan Govern-
\n\ to make full use of the Unit-
Nations machinery to settle its
Ipute with Israel.
rkey Ready to Join West
Middle East Guarantee
JEW YORK (JTA) Turkey
khes to be associated with the
litt'i. States, Britain and Prance
[any new guarantee against ag-
lasion in the Middle East, the
York Times reported here
m Ankara. The newspaper dis-
ih -aid that Washington. Lon-
and Paris are studying the
of including Turkey in a
pngthened version of the tripar-
declaration of May 25, 1950
lich guaranteed the territorial
Jus quo in the Middle East. They
lee that Ankara should take part
Tnew assurances to both the
\t and Israelis against aggres-
0. the paper said.
ileswig-Holstein Soys No
I International Fascist Party
ll'EBECK (JTA) The Govern-
nt (: Schleswig-Holstein has pro-
fited the holding of the interna-
il congress of neo-Fascists
rh was to have opened in the
i-ention hall here on June 24.
congress, which was to have
attended by 3,000 delegates
\n West Germany, Scandinavia,
Benelux countries, Italy and
fcentinu, was sponsored by the
fallal "European Liaison Of-
ihe coordinating agency of
irganiaod anti-Semitic, Fascist
jp- The state government
|iud the assembly following vig-
^rotests by the German trade
on movement and other demo-
lic groups in West Germany.
inch Premier and Wife Art
| Sephardic Jewish Origin
fARIS (WNS) Both Premier
rre Mendes France and his wife
of Sephardic Jewish origin, but
Iher of them has displayed any
pn-t in Jewish affairs though
were raised in a Jewish at-
Sphere. The Premier, one of the
Digest men ever to be elected
tlu Chamber of Deputies, was
ii in Paris. His wife is of an
fptiun Jewish family. When
nee fell to the Hitlerian
|rde, Pierre Mendes France fled
irth Africa, where he was ar-
}ed by the Vichy regime and
tened to a six-year prison term.
|i'>raped to London after serving
>ear and joined the Free
Inch as an active bomber pilot.
rman Mayor Bam Hitler
nth Parley at Kassel
[i:\NKFURT (JTA)The Lord
l">r of Kassel, near here, revers-
-tand and prohibited the
l'iiany-wide conference of the
It It r Youth" Division of the Hit-
1 Elite Guard, which had been
|eduled there for the week-end.
' Lord Mayor acted after trade
on leaders warned him an as-
bly of SS men would result in
ket demonstrations.
Sptnd your vocation in Hm
Bin* kidee Motintoins
The Horowitz
Konher inn
331 First Avt., W.
HandarsMville, N.C.
31*4 SlAiOM
Kosher food*, prepared In the
"'-can Style by enpert coon*,
r .t or phono tMo for rmrvi.
" All room* with private and
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Personal RuprrvlKion of
Mra. A. Horowita
4*+*4P*4*4P*4*0>4P-4r
Ben-Zvi Undergoes Surgery;
Condition 'Satisfactory'
JERUSALEM (JTA)Itzhak Ben-
Zvi, 70-year-old President of Israel,
was reported here to be in a "satis-
factory" condition following a min-
or surgery. He will be hospitalized
for about ten days.
Key Auerbach Witness is
Convicted for Perjury
MUNICH (JTA) The key wit-
ness in the state's case against Phil-
ip Auerbach, onetime head of the
Bavarian Restitution Office who
committed suicide immediately
after his conviction on charges of
fraud in office, was convicted of
perjury in another case by the
Munich Court of Appeals. The con-
victed perjurer, Karl-Diekow, had
testified that Dr. Auerbach de-
manded a kickback from a contract
awarded Diekow by his office. At
the time Diekow was a witness in
the state's case against Dr. Auer-
bach, his own perjury trial was
pending.
Dr. Teller Revealed as
Father of H-Bomb
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Edward
Teller, 46-year-old Hungarian refu-
gee of Jewish parentage, was de-
scribed this week as the "father
of the H-bomb" in the release of
testimony in the case involving Dr.
J. Robert Oppenheimer, head of
the United States atomic program
during World War II. Dr. Teller,
who was born in Budapest, obtain-
ed his higher education in Ger-
many, receiving a Doctorate in
Philosophy from Leipzig University
in 1930 when he was 22 years of
age. Within a year he was involved
in important research work at Goet-
tingen, but in 1933 he was forced
to flee the Nazis, going first to Den-
mark then to London. Dr. Teller
entered the United States in 1935.
Canadian Government
Presents Radio Series
OTTAWA (JTA) A series of
eight radio broadcasts on discrim-
ination in employment presented
by the Canadian Department of
Labor in cooperation with the Cana-
dian Council of Christians and
Jews was inaugurated on Sunday
with an introduction to the series
by Walter Harris, Minister of
Citizenship and Immigration, the
Department of Labor announced
here.
Weizmonn Day Set for
November 2 by Cabinet
JERUSALEM (WNS)The Israel
Cabinet has voted to designate No-
vember 2 as the official annual
memorial for Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
the late first President of Israel.
The day coincides with the Balfour
Declaration in which the late Presi-
dent played a leading role.
Miami Beach Zionist Districts Membership Committee is shown making plans for its mem-
bership drive to begin shortly and scheduled to run through Rosh Hashonah. The District's goal
is 500 new members. Seated are Fred Jonas, president (left), and Judge Charles Gertier. mem-
bership chairman. Standing (left to right) are Dave Goodwin, John L. Leibowitz, Alex Van
Stradten, J. J. Schneider and Philip V. Salmon.
Anti-Semitic Publication
Distributed in Maine
PORTLAND (J'rA~About 50,-
000 copies of the anti-Semitic pub-
lication, Common Sense, containing
an article headlined. "McCarthy
and His Enemies," were imported
into Maine, apparently in connec-
tion with the election primaries at
which McCarthy supported Robert
L. Jones sought to unseat U.S. Sen-
ator Margaret Chase Smith. The
copies, according to the Bangor
police, reportedly were brought
into the state by truck from New
Jersey. The paper is published in
Union, N.J. The copies were being
distributed in all the cities of the
state.
Pelham Village Shelves
Proposal Barring Center
PELHAM (JTA) Rather than
face the possibility of protracted
legislation over the constitutional-
ity of a proposed ordinance which
would require consent of the vil-
lage board before a building could
be converted to educational or re-
ligious use, the North Pelham
board of trustees has voted to
shelve the measure. Opponents of
the measure charged that it had
been introduced to forestall estab-
lishment of a Jewish center in
North Pelham. A new measure to
provide for rezoning of the village
"to protect the character of resi-
dential areas" will be introduced.
Sobel is Elected
Allen A. Sobel of Miami was
elected president of the Florida
Undergraduate Optometric Associ-
ation of the Southern College of
Optometry in Memphis, Tenn., at a
recent meeting.
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RIDAY. JULY 2, 1954
iureau Approves
lode of Practices
:or Teachers Here
Bureau of Jewish Education is
|t Mr third such organization
throughout the United States
[which has approved jt new Code of
Practice and Standards for SunrlaJ-
[school Teachers, according to an
Jannouncement this week by Ma-
li Ida H. Ratner, president of the
IBuK/3.
The Code of Practice, passed by
It he Bureau board of directors on
pune 21. will be effective in Sep-
Itimber. 1955.
The Sunday School Code deals
|with employment of teachers, ten-
jre after teaching in one institu-
tion for a period of two years, regu-
lations tor discharge and resigna-
tion of teachers, provisions outlin-
ing teacher* responsibilities and
duties and a minimum salary
Kate.
The code further calls for the
licensing of all Sunday school
leaner- by September, 1955, and
outline-.* -ecular and religious edu-
cational qualifications. Purpose of
khe code is "to bring order into ex-
isting conditions of Sunday school
Jeacher employment and to bring
about such harmonious relation-
Ships that both schools and teach-
ers may best carry out their re-
spective roles to the best of their
ability and cooperate toward their
common goal of advancing the
standards of Jewish education in
Greater Miami."
Hoard of directors of the Bureau
|nf Jewish Education has also ap-
proved a revision of Practices and
^Standards for Hebrew Teachers in
Jewish chools of Greater Miami,
first f rmulated in 1949. The re-
irised Hebrew Teacher Code clari-
fies en \ loyment and tenure, raises
khe minimum salary scale and out-
lines the duties, responsibilities,
lours ol service and teachers' par-
ticipant n in school activities.
The code includes a new provi-
sion for employing a teacher as a
lulltime congregational staff mem-
ir in\ King a total program of
educati' nal activity.
Both the Sunday School and He
bn s, ol teachers' codes will be
presentid to all Jewish congrega-
lions in Greater Miami for review
and formal ratification.
+Je*lstint>rM**n
PAGE SB
CkwrJtt S. lithmam
Liebman Awarded
Scholarship
National Student Association has
selected Charles S. Liebman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Lieb-
man. 1748 Biarritz dr.. Miami
Beach, as the recipient of one of
the 12 scholarships it awards na-
tionally, for a 6-week course at
Harvard to study international af-
fairs and international student re-
lationships.
Liebman has just completed his
sophomore year at the University
of Miami, where he is an honor
student. Prior to entering the Uni-
versity of Miami, he completed
Unified Fund Raising in U.S.
For Three Schools Approved
JERUSALEM (WNS) The He-
brew University has agreed in prin-
ple to a plan calling for the con-
solidation of fund raising efforts
in the United States for the Uni-
versity, the Weizmann Institute of
Science and the Haifa Technion. it
was revealed here this week by Dr.
George Wise, president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and chairman of the
university's board of governors.
high school studies at the Herzliah
Gymnasium in Tel Aviv. Israel.
In addition to outstanding scho-
lastic achievement. Liebman has
been active in Student Govern-
ment, not only locally but also as
vice president of the Great South-
ern Region of the National Student
Association, and University of Mi-
ami chairman of International Af-
fairs.
He has been appointed N.S.A.
chairman for the University for the
coming year.
At the conclusion of the seminar
at Harvard, Liebman will attend
the annual convention of the Na-
tional Student Association, to be
held August 22 to September 1 at
the University of Iowa, as a mem-
ber of the University of Miami
delegation.
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Sam R. Becker, secretary-treas-
urer ot the Miami Beach Federal
and Loan Association, has
een named a national councilor to
Ihe t'hamber of Commerce of the
L'mted States, according to an-
nouncement by Alfred G. Peterson,
Oretmu ch. Conn., president of the
National Savings and Loan League,
Which organization Becker will rep-
resent
Becktr will serve as chairman of
Ihe league's delegation to the cham-
" nual and special meetings.
He was formerly Florida's rep-
?' tentative to the league's board of
vernors and a member of execu-
te committee. The National
-eague is a nationwide trade or-
tamzatii n in the thrift and home
linanctng fields.
Becki is term as national coun-
cillor will run through June, 1955.
Bnd h. ill represent the National
wvinp. and Loan League at the
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'mmerce of the United States to
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\pril
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Administration Partiality Rapped
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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WASH1NGT0N-Member> of .he concessions
from Israel and from
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CREAM CREESE IN THE
JEWISH HOME UNLESS ITS
lem. in -^ > ,he, ^^Ser c^e for alarm/
Analyan* reeenl testimony be- Wou!d hope Xo,(* l!u c.mUr
fore the committee, the memoran- ence It aould^^^ to
dum eapoaas an attempt to staft munist poUejamen- ^ r Near Eastern tension so roundl> condemnenj q^ ^
m history
E5 BlssSSisaSft =*3S=sa
Piihlk prepared the analy- defend I .
. : .ed on the 1300-page | Tne Zlonis,s tell the C.m.r.-- ^..
script of hearings before the-mon ta not impartiality!..bring ,.Jwj ,.w.nu|,,rr in the nwo
acquiescence In '-,vu"> l
transcript 01 neannp ^... -men n i> .......>------- ,
\nairs Committee on the pressure against one side ana 10
4 Mutual Security A pamper and coddle the other
i, *w* ,r. the testfwoaf A ** ., ^
b, Arthur Z Gardiner, chief poll- test.mon> of Henry Jt">,*^e
.eOMak a**** of the State s, (State in c.
Departments Near E-stern Dn* f Near Eastern Affa.^Ju^
. n We are deeply disturbed.' IS arms aid to Iraq. Mr B.n-.m
the Ziomt. "bv the political sa,d: "There is a new sp>nt in
!ES 2 *" of the inn, For the f-i,. *JJ5
data of the Department of the government of that count.
, for m our judgment they re- :ng around making open ami effec
veal that the implementation of live anti-Communist speeches Bui
LS pohcy ,n the Near East when asked about recent wolent
? T SLSTSiSI purp
sts -^-.j^r-r=der,:;
ew'h POP!.' lM tt_ MftMt
homeland he tonun-wen -
mid "And American Jena
d!h,v proud because of out
great coun.ry'-on.ribuU.n T-
I be no more sordid ant.-ch
max this great historic redemP;
Uon than to suggest that he Jcu
l4l state should now port a Mgn
n the harbor of Haifa Vo more
"...ma) enter here.' Only one
completely henrtU to he long
hlstorji of 20 centur.es of disper
.,,, wandering could enter
twisting the JewnH
into a sardonic creature.

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UDAY. JULY 2. 1954
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PAGE 7B
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IVKN that
llir undcislsned. dealrlne; tn eiiganf In
Business under the fictitious name of
EDDIE'H FRONT PACK BAR AND
ElCILL. t MT8 N.W. 17th Avenue, In-
[, ml* to reaiater wild name with the
Tlerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Kunitv, Florida. ,
^ EDDIE DAVIDSON
IENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
t,l W. Flafler St.. .Miaiol, Fla,
' |S-25 7/2-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY HIVEN that
k,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
1, under the flctltloua name of
ill's BAR, at 37 W. Flagler
It n(.-nil.- to register nnid name with
|li, Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
nunty. Florida.
CLIFFTIRD E. NELSON
[ESSI.FIR OARS
iiorneya for Applicant
f. ,j W. Hauler St
I\-L':. 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
SI A UE 1 A W
NuTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|i. undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IaMKI'.A CORNER, at 102 N.E. 2nd
intend to register aald name
Jit'i the clerk of the Circuit Court of
biIi County, Florida.
MAt'RJCE (Sltl'RAIR
ARTHIIt II HUNT1NOTON
\ KR t (MM
I for Applicants
).. u fi.ikIci si.
7/2-9______ _____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
In- > I l< I-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
V- undersigned, desiring to engage In
ii under the fictitious name of
f:\IETO CREATIONS, at 14 N.W.
. i. Miami, I- i.i mi, ii,I in rea>
ii name with the Ctarfc of the
cult Court f i>dc County, Florida,
RENATO I.KVI
I'BERTO "KVIETO
IFItS, IIICIMAN & KAPLAN
for Applicants
i l:l.lis
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 is HEREBY OIVEN thai
i. ii.-ii. desiring to encase in
in i. r Hi. is name of
|.\ Ml sTRINtiH BEAUTY HALON,
si Miami Springs, In -
I registel said name with the
Ihe circuit Curt ..I Dadi
I I '.. I.I.I
ihirih M BEVERLY, Owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'i l'i: IS IIKRKBY UIVEN thai
d, deslt 11,^ la encase In
i- ndi r the fi. i hi..us name ol
[iMIl DADE HARDWARE, st
9 treat, Noi th Miami, Hor-
f I.....>: name with
I nl the Circuit Couil ..f Dade
i Hoi i.i...
I imi'XO PBATCH, sole owner
I SILVER ML'LfcOl
1 'i Bruno l'eatch
7/2________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I0RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
ILNTV IN CHANCERY, No. 1ST7S
ll'M RERNICE K1JSKU Plaintiff
|l:i:v WILLIAM KIMKI..
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|: IIMtUY WILLIAM KIMKL
'-; Lawrence Street
. naboro. North Carolina
i arc hereby notified that a Hill
|c.implaint for Divorce has bean
i in'i, and you are required
|*cr\e .i copy of your Answer or
i" the Bill of Complaint on
miff's Attorney, HANFORD
N K 2nd Avenue, Miami.
'il fll.' the original Answer
I u In the office of the Clerk
f i"In lit Court on or before the
ol July, lsr.t. If you full to
Judgment by default will be
"I >oii for the relief de-
I'leil m the Bill of Complaint
i- notice shall be published once
'! four consecutive weeks
i iik Jewish ki^ikhhan.
i |\K AND ORDERED st Miami,
this 4th day of June, AD.
i: B LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
i >ade i minty. Floi pi.i
By M R. MCRRAY.
I I Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
r "ID FREED
'..i Plaintiff
IN K 2nd Ave., Miami 12, Fla.
1-18-25 7/2
10TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I'TICK IS IIKRKBY OIVKN that
I I Igned, desiring to engage In
I under the fictitious niiin of
s MARKET, at ItOI N.W. Its
ntends to register aald name
Hie Clerk of the circuit Court of
> County, Florida.
SAM HCHWAHTZ
STKR SAAI.
v for Applicant
-'ivrie Rldg.
>TICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 51838
ii.-e Is hereby given that HARRY
'MIOFF and SAM RIMONHOFF.
a-, assignee of Kxerglailes
.,'' District Tax Sale Certificate
Ii-red SIM, dated the Jlat day of
V All. IS48. haa filed aald Certlfi-
h" my office, and haa made appll-
I" <"r tax deed to Issue thereon In
|dance with law. Maid Certificate
fa. i the following described prop-
k-ituated In Dade County, Florida.
Fractional Section Iff. Town-
r South, Range 3* East.
? laming S0J.S1 Acrea more or
F I' .led In Dade County, State
'
assessment of aald propel I
e t ertlflcate issued was In Ihe
'" Land 4k Dev. Co
i If lea te shall he
""ling to law, tax deed
[a d ', -,r"n on '" ,,,t '
fe.i this uth day of June, A.D.
R. B LKATHKRMAN.
* lerk of Circuit Court,
Dade Con
, Hy N. C. 8TEBRETT,
t" Deputy 6lerh
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKUKKI OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
J,;",.".'"rM. '.""I,"r "" "'"'ions name of
SAI NDER S OROCFWY,
Flagler M Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
< ourt of llaile County, Florida
WMUH2WQ^ "AUNUta"
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W. Flaaler St.
'ls-2.> 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
I-NCI.K DAVE'S BAR. at 376 N.W. 5th
St.. Intends to register s.ii.l name with
the < lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
KKSSLKH OA^" SKKMAN
Attorneys for Appllcsiit
I7SI W. Flagler St.
6/11-1H-2:. 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslt ing to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
FRED'S BAB, at 2*2 N W. :.th St., In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
FRED JAKOKU
KKSSi.KFt OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
ITS) W. Flagler St.
B/ll-IS-25 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAL S BAK. at 3518 S.W. Hth St., In-
tenda to register aald name with the
lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARIAN B. CALKINS
kksslf:h A OAKS
Attoi i.eys for Applicant
17(1 u Plaster St.
i' II-IS-23 7/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th. uuil. r.-igneil. desiring lo en|
business undei tm- flctitioi.s n
WESTINOHOI'SE SELF SERVICE
LAUNDROMAT, at 414 B w
Miami, Florida, int.nils t.. ray-
i-i.-i Bfeld name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull court of Dade County, Florida.
II IROLD I'll' 1ST, Bole owner
AMns BENJAMIN
Attorn. \ for iwner
I ll-l>-25 7/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1700S4
ALVIN BBOBL, Plaintiff.
j *"
JEANNETTE BKC.KL. D. f.ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEANNETTE BEOF.L
l' Chailikon Stieel
t "eler.in, New York
or
JEANNETTE BEOEL
Aildiess anil lesliiiiue unknown
You are hereb) notified that a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has bet n fil-
ed against you, an'il you are le.iuireil
to serve a copy of your Answ. r or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY M.
CAIN, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 18th
ilav of July, 1854. If you fall to do so.
Judgment hy default will be taken
Against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint
Thla notice shall be published once
each w. ek for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FUiHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
i, this ISth day of June, A.D.
MM.
K B I.KATHKHMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
D.i.le County, Floi Ida
B] \\ \1 W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
IIKNKV M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2318 Weat Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
ii !>< 7/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT SERV-
ICE, at 1440 Drexel Avenue, Miami
Bench, Florida, Intends to reglst.
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "f I Hide County, Florida.
RELIABLE SKKVICES. INC.,
a Florida coi'lsiratlon
By: HARRY HOLTZMAN.
President
RICHARD It MOROrF
Attorneys for Corporation
/23 7/2-8-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buatneM under the fictitious name of
ivvri.s RESTAURANT, at I I W,
Hth Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ...
JAMES PAUL.
MAX it SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
Is.Id Building. Miami 22, Fla.
723 7/2-8-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnoas under the fictitious name of
AUTO TRANSIMHtT SERVICE, at
lllii Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of
Dude County, Florida. ... .
RELIABLE SERVICES. INC.
a Florida corporation
By: HARRY HOLTZMAN
Presi'i
RICHARD Ml H' I
Attorneys for Coipmatlon
8,23 7/2-8-11 _____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _
ICE IS HKUKHY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe flctltloin' n"' '
CUSTOM CLEANERS LAUNDRY.
at ISIS N.W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Intends
to register said name with the lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count*.
Florid*
JOHKPH OOLDEN, Sole Owner
/ 7/1-8-1*
LIGAL NOTICI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 189783
MARIAN R. MANDELL. Plaintiff,
vs.
SAUL MANDELL, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAUL MANDELL
c/o Mary Lou Dunn
7ii4 Marina Village
BrMsepoi t. Connecticut
Tou, SAIL MANDELL, are hereby
notified that a Pill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are requited serve
f your Answer ..r pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. i'llAlll.KS J BODNER
1872 N.W. 3tith Street. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of July. 1934. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demand..1
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive creeks
In THK JEWISH FUHtlDIAN.
DONE AND oRDKHKD at Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of June. A.D.
1934.
R B LEATHXRMAN,
clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN,
{Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
CHAKLFTS J. RoDNKR
At tot nay for Plaintiff
1872 N.W. 38th St.. Miami, Florida
6/11-18-23 7/2
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 189861
AUGUST SEEBERO and ANNA
REEBERO, his wife, Plaintiffs.
vs.
C. A. W1THAM. M M HOBPER.
et at.. Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: C. A. WITHAM, address un-
known: M M IK Hl'll
unknown, and if married, their
unknown ipouaaa, If living, and If
dead, all unknown heirs, de-
visees, legatees, grantees, eredl-
tots or other parties claiming by,
through, under or again
said defendants, who are not
known to l>e dead or allVa; and
all oilier persona or parlies other-
wise haMiig or claiming any
light, title, claim or interest In
and to ihe following doexrrlbed
firoperty, situate, bring and being
II Dad.- County, Florida, to-wit:
The W. 10.18 ft el ol Lota 2, 3,
4. Block 4. SUNSHINE PARK.
ordlng t*. th.- i'i;ii thereof, re-
corded ill l'i.it Book '.'. Page 89,
of the PubHi Ri i oi da of l Htde
' '..inn v. Florida
Ynl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ml.I I I -l.lt t0 ipliet title to the BboV
described property has been filed
against you In the above-entltl4|d
cause, and you are harsh] required
to serve a cop) "i your answer to the
BUI of Complaint herein on the plaln-
Ittomry, RICHARD KRIKOER
FINK. 112 Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, and file the original in the
i.ffl. of the Clerk ot the Clrcull Court
on or before the 12th day of July. 1954;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you.
DATED: this sth day of June. IM4.
E B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M. C GREKN.
Deputy Clerk
8/11-18-25 7/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 189768
HERMAN FRANCIS. Plaintiff
vs.
DOROTHY FRANCIS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DOROTHY FRANCIS
41 Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve s copy of >our Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on
the plaintiff's Attorney, F.'DWABD S.
RE8NICK, KSg ?a:. Line..In Road,
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice Of the Clerk of the ("In nit Court
on or before the 16th day of July, 1858.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
Thla notice shall be published once
each "irk for fom consecutive weeks
In THF. JEWISH F'UUtlDIAN.
DONE AND 0RDKRF:D at Miami.
Florida, this Ith day of June. A.D.
1934.
E H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I '.nl. County, Florida
By M It. MURRAY
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
8/11-18-25 7/1
LIGAL NOTICI
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16978!
BETTY LOUISE WEAVER. Plaintiff,
JOHN WF:aVER. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN WEAVER
I Him E. Broadu.iv
Glendale. California
or
JOHN WEAVER
Residence and Address Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN] and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Clrcull Court on or before the 12th
dsy of July, 1954 If you fall to do so.
Judgment hy default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH F'l.oKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of June. A.D.
1934.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
ik, Circuit Curt.
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2.-.1 s West Flagler Stret. Miami. Fla.
6/11-18-X5 II*
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No- MOM
III. ESTATE OK
.SIDNEY FEIFFER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAkE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
riled mi final report and petition tor
Final Discharge as adnilnlstratoi 1 t .,.
of the estate of SIDNEY FEIFF'ER
deceased: and that on the 20th day of
..ul>.}*'".*: wi" "PP'y lo t"e Hot.
K lil.A.M. iN, Count* ludge of
Dade < ounly, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as administrator it a. of the
Estate of SIDNEY FEIFFER, .1
ed.
This Hth day of June. 1954.
.,..... 1*1 ALBERT FEIFFER
11 RK a NEWMAN
IM I.in. oh, Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator t .1
by: Vivian I. s, h.aff.r
or ijjnnsel
fi II-2S 7/- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1700*5
HEI.EXA IJSUZZO, Plaintiff,
philip LISCZZO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PHILIP i.isi 7./.i 1
Residence and Address Unknown
"i
PHILIP 1.ISUZZO
.....I'aylor Street
Rochester, Now York
You are hereto) notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a cop-. .,t your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY .\l
CAIN. 2611 Weal Flagler St., Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
Or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
IHth day of July, ls:.4. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken itgminal y.ni for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE IND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lth day of June, v D.
1934.
1:. 1!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I lad.- County, Florida.
B) WM W. BTOCKINO,
Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attoi nej for 1'lamtlff
2318 Weal Flagler Bt Miami, Fla.
18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t. em
business under the fictitious 1
M'ACKH SPRINKLER SYSTEMS', it
881 N.E, l8rd St., N ii th Miami
Intends to register said name w-ith tile
clerk of the Circuit Com t ol Dade
County, Florida.
MAURICE I UAi'KS,
Sole own-r
i:i.l BREOER
> ppllcant
:':!.'. Lincoln ltd.
K/2r. 7 2-9-16
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, dealring to eagi
business under the fictitious name of
KINO'S DEPT STORM, at 14690 N w
7th Avenue. Miami. Intends to ri
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ADEI.F. SOLOMON, Sole Owner
KESSl.ER ft OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W Flagler St.
6/23 7/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hkrf:by oivkn thai
the undersigned, il.'-irlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRANADA BEAUTY SALON, at 816
South Miami Ave.. Intends to register
-aid name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coiintv. Florida.
VNNA MARIA BARCELO, Sole owner
6/11-18-23 'nl__________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26137
RE: ESTATE 'I
OERSHl IN AUGUST, I I ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE 1- hereb) given thai sre
have filed "in final r.-poi t and petition
for Final Discharge as Co-esecutors
of the estate of OERSHON AUGUST,
deceased: ami that on the 26 1
July, 1934. will applv to the Honorable
W. F. BLAN'ToN, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said flnsl report and for final dis-
charge as Co-esecutors of the 1
of GERSItoN A I in
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I.OIIS Al OUST
MAX R SILVER and
ARTHUR I AUGUST
Att..... tors
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6/23 7/2-9-16
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President
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Attorneys for Corporal ion
6/2". 7/2-9-16
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FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 170344
THOMAS GATTO. Plaintiff,
vs.
ALICE fJATTOj Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: alicf: OATTO
2768 7th Street
Jackson Heights, New York
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ii,.11 Dili of Complaint for Divorce haa
been filed against you and you . hereby required to serve otn Of
your Answer to the Bill of Comulalnl
on plaintiff- attorney. HAROLD
ROSEN, 8"3 Lincoln Road, Mtaird
Beach, Florida, and file the original
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th.- Circuit court. Dads County, Flor-
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1934. otherwise said Bill of Complaint
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1: It LEATHERMAN.
ci.-ik of Circuit Court
B) It II. RICE, JR
Depute Clerk
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Attorneys for Registrant
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170375
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Plaintiff
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FRIDAY. JULY 2. ltta
On f/ie Local Graduation Scene
Univtr$ity of Florida columns editor of "The Dart-
Two Miami Beach students who' mouth." local daily ll',w;PjPfrmf"d
received degrees from the Univtr as executive editor of Dart maga-
s>tv of Florida will leave a record due. He plans to attend graduate
i f outstanding achievement behind school in the fall.
them in extra-curricular activities Boston University rBr
Amons 26 students whose pic Three students from the Greaur
tures will nans permanently in the j Miami area recened degrees upon
University Hall oi Kan-.e are Miss graduation troir, Boston I imersity
Madelvn" Weinman, daughter of Madge A Mins',.y 805 \e;
Mr and Mrs Philip Weinman. 1913 Way, sras granted the BS degree
Calcuis dr. and Irwin Kishner, son in the School of Education
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kishner.
250 E. Rivo Alto dr.
Donald Leroy Cohen. 1031 NW
Sunnybrook rd.. will receive a
Bachelor of Science degree from
the New York University School
of Education at New York City
Emory Graduates Ten
It. coning a BA degree was Sue
Betty Min-ky. of 1056 Venetian
Way. J-na Price Asnev 7200 Bay
dr. Normandy Isle Ml granted
the Doctor oi Medicine *
Steohens Graduates
Several degree-bearing young
ladies took part in commencemer.'.
"rr^r^m^udentswere exercises at Ste l^oUge. Co
.warded degrees at Emory Un.ver- lumbia. M*. ***- 'J*.1^
tit- commencement everc.se, nfK marched don the lan.
Atlanta. Pat B linger. 2625 SW j Wellesley College campus on June
17th ave.. received a Doctor of j 1*
Medicine degree. Receiving Bach
elor of Business Administration
Many parent* traveled to Colum-
bia for the three-day commence
eiOI Ul DUMIICM .-,I*,,.-,, ..* t/m ,v. .~ ----------------.
degrees were Mark R. Rubin. 220 : ment program at Stephens, whicn
_ ... .. t-_____ .i..j.j i^itin'.i Kill to which
Beacom blvd.. and Joe N I'nger.
2625 SW 17th ave. Bachelor of
Arts degrees went to Sanford G.
Kimball. 157 SW 12th st.. and Dick
Grossman. 5327 Alton rd.. Miami
Beach
Lockwood Award
Joel L Wertheim. 114 SE 4th
st has been awarded the Lock-
wood trophy by the Dartmouth Col-
lege Forensic Union, student de
bating society, for having the best
included a traditional ball, to which '
the fathers escorted their daugh
b r- Participating were Anne
Kaplan, daughter of Mr and Mr-
Hyman Kaplan, 1828 SW 21>t tT :
Marilyn Louise Kurman. whose par
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Kurman. 2105 SW 12th St; Sara-
Lee Merlin, daughter of the Ed
ward D. Merlins. 1815 South Miami
ave : Joan Claire Panoff. daughter .
1745 James tve. Bachelor oi
ence in Bconon
On the Harvard Scene
Edward J. Bus*. WO '" *f
Mrs. Sydney Suss, ol 120 **
et coral Gables, has ejve41?
Bachelor ol Arts Dtar* from "..;
vard Unrversit)
Beeanesnc U* H ""'" "_
Ufred \ronova. 2138 **_
ave othtrs receivinj the ah *-
ward J Suss, 120
\vila ct Coral Gables Boberl 1
Shapiro, I6t>i SW 21t tcr.; -;
Honigbaum. 816 Wesl 40th st Mi
ami Beach, an '- M-'nn'
4415 North Bay rd
George Washington U.
Kenneth II Poise, i ri -":
Washington u : Mr '"''
Mrs J a FoIm .c;'-: S 29 h ler.,
at the 133rd annual
commencement exercise ol Gi
Washington Universitj Alto1 re-
ceiving her degree was Miss Shir
|j 1. BymowhX 1947 SW 25th
st
Complete Optometric Study
Three local men have received
Local Students Awarded
Radios by Auto Group
Steven Barnett and Barbara
No^rtwo winnen in the thj
, sponsored b> the
ien Automobile A-^J**??
been awarded radios b) Robtrt j.
pialey. local AAA manager
Mr- Paul Barnett. 011 NE 52nd
j,,. ;)l| .ill ..tend Mum. Edison
junior High 8*ool ,h,s ff'L OP _,
Barbara, 11, "'*,h sra<|p.
Student at North P..-..eh Elementary.
School She is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs David Noroff. 4001
Prairie ive ______________
degrees ?- Doetors ol OptometrjJ
nnsylvania SUte College of
Optometrj m Philadelphia.
Th, Marvin W. Miller. 425
SW llsl st.: Robert Joseph Shep-
ard 1033 SW 6th St.; and Marvin
Charles Schneider. 561 SW 7th st.
Jan amone graduating seniors
was Herbert I- Goldberger. of Pat-
tenon, NJ. who was graduated
from Miami Beach High School and
who attended the University of
Miami.
William H. Finoshriber. Jr.,
vice president in charge oi
the NBC radio network, has
accepted the chairmanship of
the American Jewish Tercen-
tenary Committee on Radio
and Television. Fineshiiber
heads a national committee
which will include top execu-
tives oi radio and TV.
Hibiscus dr
Ohio State
Albert Feldan. 1444 SW 17th ter .
has received the Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in Business adminis-
debate record of the year Son of u{ __. and Mrs philip Panoff. 320
Mr and Mrs Harry Wertheim. he
was graduated from Miami High
School and is a senior at Dart-
mouth. He is a former president
f the Debating Society and is a
member of the Senior Honorary
Society tration at Ohio State Universitj
Laurence N Mantlet of 9017 By Four Get Degrees
ron ave Surfside. was graduated Four students from the Miami
from Dartmouth Collage. A Miami area will receive degrees at the
Beach resident since 1944. Laur- University of Pennsylvania. Tbej
ence attended North Beach Ele- are Marvin L Weger. 2027 SW 6th
mentary School and graduated st.. Bachelor of Arts: Alfred D El-
from Beach High in 1950 1ms 1901 SW 18th St, Doctor of
At Dartmouth, he served as Medicine: and Bernard J. Dubler.
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IY, JULY 2, 1854 ullclight Ceremony Unites Miss Beverly iphuel, Simon Gold; to Reside Here [candlelight ceremony on Satur] J me 26th. united in marriage Leverly Raphael, daughter of r (1 Mrs. Israel Raphael, 1024 sylvania ave., Miami Beach, .' mon Gold, son of Mrs. Fan !'i Id and the late Meyer Gold, double ring ceremony took 6t S p.m. in the Lincoln Maniibbi Irving H. Lehman offitC and nuptial solos were ofby Marian Spier, local conartist. e< rge I. Hornick was best man. erwere Leonard Wallach and ITOssip Miss Florence Greentook charge of the guestbook. gtear was David Liebman, htv of the groom. D: her wedding, the bride chose tv chant illy lace over satin, %  •length, with long fitted |vi and the boat neckline out with double standup lace A Juliet cap of orange bios-jr V m\ Mist Frances t. Bloom %  88 Bloom, Burton fvey, Honor Indent*, to Wed ): August 22. Miss Frances E. Ma and Burton R. Levey will Banritd in Akron, O. The bride.i cum laude graduate of the i\' r-ity of Miami, is the daughi Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, roa.' ^lLevey's parents are Mr. and Hen,Levey. 1850 SW 16th ter., irri." VI i!e at the University of Mipi. Kiss Bloom was treasuerer of ; ppa Tau. highest woman's %  orary; president of Alpha Spin Phi, social fraternity; associfc. Alpha Sigma Upsilon. interkteixity honorary; and sorority ptor of Ibis. She was also a member of Delta eta Mu. liberal arts honorary; i Alpha Chi, advertising hon r>. sweetheart, Tau Epsilon Phi kttr ity; listed in Who's Who in ner-can Colleges and Univerp-'s; past secretary. Student Body; fit secretary. Pep Club; and past pretarjr, Homecoming CommitIlt Blum was also a student at< r and belonged to Sigma mbda Phi. service sorority. Ir Levey js also a UM graduate Id Inow a senior in law school, was president of the Student dy and Alpha Sigma Upsilon, lerfrdternity honorary. In addibelonged to Omicrom Del%  Kappa, highest men's honorary, • a student senator, law school sresentative and a member of can's Committee at law %  L [Mr. Levey was twice president Taj Epsilon Phi and received Je I'ade County Scholarship Inrfraternity Award as "outstandfraternity man of 1954." He M chairman of the University of lami Honor Council and a meaner of the Pep Club. ?er two years. Mr. Levey served b :Se'United States Air Force. ow a member of the Jewish far Veterans and West Miami Malic Lodge. soms held in place the fingertip French illusion Veil. She .carried a modified cascade bouquet centered with white orchid and showered with stephanotis. Her only jewelry consisted of an heirloom string of pearls, worn by the bride's mother at her wedding. Matron of honor was ihe bride's sister. Mrs. George I. Hornick, attired in yellow nylon tulle ballerina. She carried a colonial bouquet of shellpink carnations, centered with sweetheart roses. Flower girl Gail Hornick. niece of the bride, wore yellow organdy with white eyelet embroidery and carried a pale blue satin basket with rose petals. Mrs. Raphael, the bride's mother, chose dusty rose silk organza over taffeta, trimmed with seedpearls and rhinestones, and Mrs. Gold, mother of the groom, wore powder blue embossed polished cotton with rhinestone trim and matching stole. Both wore orchid corsages. Floral designs were executed by the Blackstone Flower Shops. The bride was a member of the National Honor Society at Miami Beach High School. She has been active in many local organizations and is a past president of Miami Beach Chapter of Junior Hadassah and vice president of Southern Region of Junior Hadassah. The groom graduated from New York schools. He js a member of the executive board of the Miami Beach Post of Jewish War Veterans and served five years with the Army in the European theater. For her going away costume, the bride chose pink with bouffant skirt and pink and white accessories with white orchid corsage. Upon completion of a honeymoon trip by motor to North Carolina, the newlyweds will reside at 5730 SW 55th st.. where the groom is associated with the Florida Precision Instrument Company. MC£?A Joan Carol Hanson Weds John Tabor; Bride's Father Officiates at Ceremonv The marriage of Joan Carol Banson, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Marius Ranson, of Ft. Laqderdale, to Jonn L. Tabor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Tabor, Buffalo, New York, took place in Temple EmanuEl. Beth-El Chapel, New York City, on June 22, at 0:45 p.m. The ceremony was performed by the bride's father, who served as assistant Rabbi of Temple Beth-EI, New York City, in 1919-1920. It was in this same chapel, 24 years ago, that the bride's parents were united in marriage. The bride wore a blush pink gown of alencon lace and tulle net. with a sweetheart neckline, full skirt and chapel train. Her fingertip length tulle veil was attached to matching lace coronet. She carried thalianotsis and lily-of-the valley attached to a family Bible. She wore her grandmother's pearls. Bridesmaids were Miss Edith Appclbaum, of Nyack, New York, and Miss Rhoda Feldman, of Miami Edelstein, Greenberg Plan to be Married Miss Paula Ann Edelstein and Lester B. Greenberg are planning to be married. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Edelstein, of 790 SW 27th rd., have announced the engagement. The bride-elect's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leibowitz, Gainesville. She is also the granddaughter of Mrs. Jacob Schroeder, Baltimore. Md.. and the late Judge Schroeder. Mr. Greenberg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenberg, 621 Escobar ave., Coral Gables. Miss Edelstein attended Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of Pen and Sable Art Club. She will enter the University of Miami in September. Mr. Greenberg is a Miami High School graduate and attended the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He is now a student at the University of Tennessee School of Dentistry and is a pledge of Alpha Omega, professional dental fraternity. West ins Honeymoon In Mexico Sunday, June 20. 5 p.m., at the bride's home, was the scene of the ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Bea Shapof f and Alan Furman Westin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff. 318 SW 28th rd. Mr. Westin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin, 1021 West 46th St.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom spiritual leader, officiated at the quiet ceremony attended by members of the immediate families. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Miller, sister of the bride. Miss Hazel Carmi Miller, niece of the bride, and Miss Joan Kobrin acted as bridesmaids. Best man for Mr. Westin was Jordan Bittel. Tobias Simon and Robert Miller, the bride's brotherin-law, acted as ushers. Newlywed Mrs. Westin received the Bachelor's degree in Education at the University of Miami. She taught at Morningside Elementary School last year and is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Alumni group. Mr. Westin is a graduate from the University of Florida, cum laude, and received the LLB degree from Harvard Law School. He^ is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. honorary fraternities. He is also affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi, social fraternity. An instructor in government at Harvard, the groom is completing work toward the PhD degree there. A reception followed the ceremony at home. The couple are honeymooning in Mexico. Beach. They wore deep pink taffeta bouffant ballerina-length dresses and carried lavender iris and shredded pink carnation bouquets. Tl mairf f honor. Miss Joan Sheckley, of Maplewood, New Jersey, wore a pink taffeta ballerinalength dress and carried a bouquet of blue carnations. The matron of honor, Mrs. Robert Tabor, of Buffalo, New York, wore a French blue lace ballerinalength gown and carried a corsage of pink carnations. All of the bride's attendants wore floral coronets. Best man, Robert Tabor, of Buffalo, is the brother of the groom. Ushers were Robert Carrel. Robert Desbecker. Alvin Click, Don Hurj witz. Alfred Marks, Edward Plant, Robert Risman and Eugene Setel. Miss Salwa Merhige. of Hollywood, was soloist. She sang "I Love Thee." by Beethoven, and other musical selections. Dinner for the immediate family was held in the Gold Suite. Sherry Netherlands Hotel, following the ceremony. The bride wore a pink linen suit as a traveling outfit. The couple will honeymoon in Bermuda and make their home in Buffalo. The bride attended Simmons College in Boston, Mass., for three years and graduated from the University of Miami in June. 1954, specializing in journalism and pub lications. The groom is a graduate of the University of Buffalo and of the Life Insurance Institute of Purdue University, and is associated with the Travelers Insurance Company, Tabor Agency, of Buffalo. Clarice Lobel to Wed Sunday Clarice Lobel will become the bride of Maurice Burns at 5 p.m., Sunday, July 4, at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Moses Silverman, in Chicago. Rev. Moses Silverman, Cantor of Temple Anshe Emet in Chicago and -brother-in-law of the bridegroom, will officiate. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner will be held at the Edgewater Beach Hotel. Grey lace over taffeta will fashion the bride's gown with pink accessories. Mr. Burns is a graduate of Lehigh University and attended Harvard School of LAW. He presently operates K. Burns A Son, jewelry store in Miami. The bride is secretary of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. Following a two-week trip, which will include Canada and New York. the couple will return to Miami Beach where they will reside at 7765 Crespi blvd. Dl l .pli. Mrs. Mm f. Wesfii. Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center spiritual leader and a family friend of the bride. The newlyweds left for an extended wedding trip through the eastern states. A reception is being planned on their return by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Surloff and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. Surloff will be at home at 7620 Byron ave., Miami Beach, after July 15. Mrs. Surloff is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian Stone. 2115 Washing ton ave.. Miami Beach. Bernsteirts Murk 25th Anniversary A surprise party was held by Roberta. Akiba and Gerald Bernstein on the occasion of the 25th wedding anniversary of their parents. Morris and Rose Bernstein, 1400 SW 16th st. The affair took place at the home of the celebrating couple's son and daughter-in-law. Roberta and Akiba. 3470 SW 10th St.. with son Gerald and his eight-month-old niece. Gail Ellen, "officiating." The dinner party noted Wednesday. June 30. as the date of 25 years of marriage for the Morris Bernsteins. Among guests helping the couple celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Frost, the Max Strussers and their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosen and the Norman Adelmans. Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein are leaving for their New York location. From there, they plan a trip through Canada. They expect to be gone for a few weeks. Tots About Town... mitt rWa laWsftta rUpert, Surloff Wed In Cables Mrs. Betty Stone Alpert became the bride of Mr. Harry I. Surloff on Wednesday. June 30, at 12 noon. The quiet ceremony took place in the study ef Rabbi Morris A. YOUR TEETH AREN'T IN one friendly Goldstein brother tells the other. They make their horn* at 109.4th Terrace, Rivo Alto Island. Baby Photos by Ardnn.r* SHALL I POSE THIS WAY? wonders pretty little Jill Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bernstein, 4540 North Michigan Ave



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May Named ZOA President & .v..., iho rnitod Nations Continued from Page 1 A timents in a message which was r.ad to the 1.200 delegates attending the ZOA 57th convention The convention voted to convey to the president its deep appreciation for his "warm statements." President Eisenhower's message read: "I am happy to send greetings to the 57th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, together with my very best uishes for the coming year. The 20A which has included some of Americas most distinguished citizens, has dedicated itself with \igor to many constructive activities in this country and to the cultural enrichment of American citizens of the Jewish faith. It has also done much to strengthen the mutual understanding between the peo< %  of Israel and the U.S. iz st si?^sa; *-•*— • -*--; ou will 'concern yourselves with ing between then, and the popula Mortimer May unonimous choice that the United Nations plan for he unified development of the .lor ,,;,„ Valley will lead in the direc li„n of Arab-Israel peace. Mr. Mur-. phj M id lie defended the State M partmenl officials Immediately coo ,,,,,,,1 with Near Eastern aflaiiDr. Abba HUM Silver, address „. th convention, voiced his beliel thai the sntt-torael %  expressed bj certain officials in the Near Eastern Division ol he State Department do no represent the true sentiments of tne leaders of our governmenl ho have time and again given expres Blonol their deep and sympathetic i nter e S | in the lecuritj and pros perm ol Israel" Answering the recent "unfounded charges" against Israel by \nhur / Gardiner, chiel political ,„,i economic advisor ol the State Department's Near Eastern l sion. = "" =t( knoW that Isthe millenial democratic tradire ,ary Dulles must W> ^ Q{ thp JewJsh ^^ and Ju rae. is no <""< ^ ,„,. Near daisrn and will to the last deart, ol American poucy ^ democratie WBy o( Ult and ** !^ r'T ISy rooted ,n institutions/ i. a democracy, ut". 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 Aucjuat 20 Musical Activities • Painting Sculpture Craft. Full Athletic Program • including Swimming at tjie King Cole Pool 4 to 13 years oi age. incluaive Registration New B.in, Accepted lN*m H Rea.tst Xormandv HwuAe A Art Camp .„„„, .MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 1021 !!!!*',MMM Scno.1, toMMta .1 D*. C.t, PHONE 86 6811 I | 111! %  • • %  ami by representative Fran you Will 'concern yourselves with ins between them and the popu.-%  "" %  •^ ;,, () h|ll whom he de the welfare of the Near East. I can ums of this complex, significant ^^ ^ gg ,. |h(i „„„„,„,„,,. in the assure you that your Government rcgjon „f the world" I House ol Representatives tor all -lares this concern. It is striving ; uurohv. Deputy Under nP0 Ar ah orooaganda," Dr Silver ceaselessly to help solve the press ir.g political and economic problems of this area and to help develop peaceful relations among the ople who live there. The achieve,ni of ibis objective m require i ity of purpose and patient effort all our citizens, as well as a Emanuel Goldstrich Installed President of Optimist Group Ken McCrae, of Hollywood, : nth district governor of Optimj-t Internal, installed Kmanuel G ildstrich as president of the Miii Beach Optimist Club at a din i dance Saturday night in the Algiers Hotel Other new officers include vice presidents I>r. Arthur Shapiro and Dr Oscar Ruskin. and secretary1r< asurer Lysle Fesler, immediate p.,-t vice president of Optimist InU national and one of the founders oi the Miami Beach club. Also installed were board membo s Howard M. Dunn. Doug Raff. Hi i TV Raskin and William Kan Itvat Uvat II it'll Tvtlvu Iwil Tea With the hot weather here, ev eryone will be trying to find a waj to beat the heat. Hoi weather Ices us uncomfortable. .When you're tired and warm, a i cool glass ol Tetley iced tea v. i stimulate and refresh you ckly. rj il yourself, and you'll find tli. t iced tea ia| refreshing as a breeze uncfi r* a' shad) tree ,\i I Tetley t> a's delicious flavor will delight you, wi> time during the day or with ydur meals, you'll find thai a refreshing glass of Tetley iced tea Jutt hits the spot. i> it today and laugh at the bl it— ST. S'"" •" %  •" House oi mi" Hubert Murphy. Deputy Under j ,„,, Arab propaganda," Dr wivei Secretary of State. Imalh address declared: ....... %  Tre-ic eiit Ki>enhowei and aec ing the ZOA convention alter sa> ri "" ing in Washington indecision about M/ ,„,._ accepting the invitation to appear Cardiac Hospital Names as a speaker, also praised the ZOA Officers. Committee [or reflecting "some of the fines! N ^ offlcers an d executive com mittee ol National Children's Cai diac Hospital were announced this week following a meeting ol the hospital's board ol director-at Be! ideals ol the American Jewish com munity." The Under Secretary told the ZOA delegates thai the United stalel%  deeply disturbed" by the tension between Israel and the Arab states. "Perhaps this problem is too complex, and the fears and frustrations too deep-seated to make possible the immediate attainment of formal peace, he said •But we earnest!) seek the emergence of peaceful relationships We try to encourage ever) possible action which could lead in that direction—whether it be full and effective support of the UN truce organization, development of the Jordan Valley, a solution of the Palestine refugee problem.'' The State Department believes ty's restaurant The board reappointed Dr Her bert Eichert as chief ol the medical ~t.it t and Dr David A Nathan as assistant chiel ol the stafl Dr Reuben Rochkind was named sec retary The staff appointed the following to its executive committee: Dr FranciCooke, Dr George Lister and Dr. Maurice Blinski Ex offl cm memberof the committee include Ills Kichert and Nathan, am Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. the hospital • director ol research, and Dr F A Hernandez, itclinical director iJAVlDR5 NOW OPEN LOW SUMMER RATES IKRU0 •a lh •non at 67Hi Shnl, Miami Beach i£z DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Where strjierlalive Koslier dumert I* are served amidst a distinctivt atmosphere of charm and culture PHONE for Reservation 86-8831 HI -III! •. 1 -( IIOOI I OK BOYS I I I Ml SI MlV I I'Kol ,11 Mloll S< 1 : MAII ING ADDRI --: P. O. 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-abs Keep Dispute Hot As Means of Subterfuge By ARTHUR LEWIS twith Tlegrphic Agency (IITED NATIONS—In the reimport on Economic Developin the Middle East, there is antial backing (or Israel's conon that the Arabs are deliberusing the Palestine dispute peeping it a hot war in order to the attention of their people [from their own miseries. Amdor Abba Eban has repeatedarged the Arabs with doing comes this survey by Unit|ations experts which shows little of the vast oil wealth ot rab States is being spent on ^ving living conditions in backward countries. These lies don't lie and they show i a than a fifth of the halfdollars which the Arabs rein royalties last year was |< r economic development of i.-ri. Bt happened to the rest of -t sum of money paid out by American oil compat< was put in the safe-keeping poiu banks abroad, so that were trouble, if there were ^!t. these feudal kings and f. these pashas and effendis, |i iMfr and still enjoy their i ti fains. cwhile. of course, the peothe Arab States suffer one lowest living standards in rid while the wealth literally [(it of the ground—a situahich surely invites Commuploitation. lit is these feudal Arab rulput their money in banks rather than spend it on the Bment of their countries, it people that the State De|ot regards as the great deof liberty and democracy iMiddle East. For, of course, (the main Arab oil producers it is second only to Saudi bugh oil production far outother economic activity in jion—it rose 15.2 percent ear — the Middle East Be report shows that there p-althy seven percent rise in lural production. liking contrast to the way in (hiwealth of the Arab States bx alienated, the report's on Israel shows steady eco|prm:n'.. It says that inflaaased somewhat, although I still continue to rise, but nore slowly than before, %  important, the exchange bf the Israeli pound WH educed in 1953. United Nations survey ies Employee [Courtesy Award [Kis.i Reese, an employee of fs. Miami Beach, has been (d as this week's Courtesy [winner by the courtesy com[of the Miami Beach Chamcommerce, according to Leo lein. courtesy committee Jan. [Reese, a widow, resides with and daughter at 173 NE kt Miami Shores. Elsa May, Blighter, attends Duke Unij. and son Norman is a stuthe University of Miami. $25 government savings her award, was made avail the courtesy committee by |de Hirsch Meyer, of the Mi Bch Federal Loan and Saveociation. IS TIME FOR i Tarn Tarn .THE PERfKT CRACKER speaks of the 1952 Israeli crop being considerably larger than that of 1951 which had been effected hy drought; it also says that ."further progress was anticipated to take place in 1953, particularly in cereals, vegetables and fruit." As might be expected after the tremendous spurt that industry did have in the Jewish State, its development during the past year or so has been at a slower pace than agriculture. There has been an improvement in the balance of trade, the report finds, but says that the balance of payments still remains serious. Although the United Nations experts agree that substantial progress has been achieved in agricultural production and exports they are not sure to "what extent the basic difficulties facing the economy of Israel has been solved." They list the most acute of these problems as the inflationary pressure, the deficit in the balance of payments, the requirements for development in agriculture and industry. Sanroma to Appear in All-Gershwin Concert; Soprano Lola Ruth Will Sing World renowned pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma will be guest artist at the third pop concert of the University of Miami Summer SymJfsvi Mmrim Sanroma phony Orchestra on Sunday evening, July 4, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Appearing with Mr. Sanroma will be Lola Ruth, soprano, a native Miamian who has recently returned from Italy, where she attended the Academis Internazionale di Bel Canto in Bordighera. John Bitter will be on the podium for the all-Gershwin concert, one of the stellar attractions annually presented here by the UM Orchestra. Mr. Sanroma will be heard in performances of Rhapsody in Blue and Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra. The orchestra will play "Wintergreen for President" and "Of Thee I Sing." Miss Ruth is scheduled to be heard in "Summertime" and "My Man's Gone Now," from the Gershwin opera, Porgy and Bess. The name Sanroma is practically synomous with the name Gershwin. The affinity between the American composer and the Puerto Ricanborn pianist goes back many years when they were both very young men. Isaac Goldberg. Gershwin's biographer, recalls in his book: "I remember an evening at my fAUb3 A %  %  a v house that Gershwin was introduced by me to the brilliant Sanroma, who was afterwards to become one of the foremost pianistic exponents of the composer. "I had arranged with Sanroma to start playing the 'Rhapsody in Blue' at a signal. Gershwin was occupied in an adjoining room. All at once, the strings of the 'Rhapsody' arose, and with them George's ears. He walked straight over to the piano and then and there, I believe, a little history was made. Sanroma and the 'Rhapsody' have been closely identified ever since." After hearing Sanroma play, Gershwin said: "My arms ache just from listening." Miss Ruth became interested in singing while she was a student in junior high school and started her formal musical education as a vocal student of Mrs. Marjorie Koehler at the age of 14. Through the remaining years of her public school education, she participated in singing activities of all kinds. After graduating from high school, she entered the University of Miami School of Music where she was accepted as a voice pupil by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. Under his direction, she has made great progress in both vocal technique and operatic repertoire. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE 2 • Not a powder I Not a grind! 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PAGE 10 A FRIDAY, )ULY 2 lau Mercantile National Bank Pays Interest Under New Policy On July 1, the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach paid the first quarterly interest to savings depositors under a new policy put into effect recently by the bank's board of directors. Shepard Broad, president of Mercantile Bank, announced Jiere. Savings in the Mercantile National earn interest at the annual Trail Lodge to Install Officers Saturday July 10 Maurice Johnson will be named chancellor commander of Trail Lodge. Knights of Pythias, on Saturday evening, July 10, 8:15 p.m.. at 2483 S\V 8th st. Others elected to office include Murray Kleisher, vice chancellor; David Gilman. prelate; Jerry' Bor racas. master at arms; Al Magolnick, financial secretary and treasurer; Max Taube. secretary; Irving Goldstein, master of work; Bast Unveiling The dedication of a monum Obituaries JACOB LOWENSTEIN Southaltore cli DORA HALPERT MRS. MAHY KABAuTO. ill IBM I'ralrto ay. M ,i .,1 .Monday. Hhe earn* f i, rn< i l* year* am Bni i ln.ltthree dauahtei*. M ,.,,|., i ciiillh. Miami Beach, I '....[..'l I'll (rude, Klmhera-. ranaalr, \ | ,,l,i New York Cttfi .i • %  • \. ,m Ji PBBJ i ;. ixoih.i and S,i\ i. • an>l liiirlal W. with Klveralde Miami Eli rial .\ UREEN. Defend., .it with a firecracker party All day Sunday will feature a j fullum o weekend will be concluded with a grandchildren. Arr f n ff. ment '" %  • % %  • ',T' banquet .m Sunday evening. In in charge of Palmers Miami Monu rharee arc Benee Kahn and Don ment Company. Friends ana reia ^ .... v charge are Benee Lazare. lives are asked i" attend Harbith Unveiling The dedication of a onument to Jewish Forum Sunday Miami Beach publicist Mori Pre i mon will participate in an Inde-1 tn ,. memory of the late Albert H. *j ; pendence Day program over the Harbith, formerly of 310 Meridian Jewish Forum on the Air Sunday Avenue, was held Tuesday. June MRS. ROSE NEMETS i-, ,,f %  ; \\ leih -• Miami Beai h, ,'.,| | ,,,,. JJ s, I,. ... held HI I hi i; >ldi M l x| l -i %  •• h 'haiK with b n lal In Ml •al Mi Semi %  Mil ,,..,,„ si. KBI uaai am liiv ii i.a i %  %  -ii "l I Hi >>' n i I'hapl. N %  %  I S].,i in i Ii ORl ..ill •> %  IIM • %  • f Mi. i mi. Shepard Brood morning. 10:30 a.m.. station WMIh. 29th al 10 AM OH Mt. Sinai Memoi', Emuna h !jr. according to Simon Seiderf, direc-1 r ial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. I ^1^'] ;, ,„,, UJ tor. Miss Fremon will recite a | Swirskv officiating. Mr. Harbith is 1i \, .,„ ,. .,„ leaveitjo daughter*, poem. "Stars and Stripes." Apsurvived by his wife Anna of MiMB* K ^rVM £SS ,h! fVr-i hYnTin the r r eTr I Paring in a musical salute will be am i Beach and a son Arthur J. of I ,,„, ,„„ brother.. %  >-.,, Bui iami a ea tJSta ? ZmSS*. *" %  Lillian !" son and """ J K U ", Alexandria. V. Arrangements |3 dith Nelson Dfucker. honoring the wcrc in chargc 0 f Palmers Miami I hi i "In ml Court on IH Iit,, m, .'M.I .Ii.> of AuguM. IBM. If I. null I,, .1.. Ml, Jil.lKUlrllt D) ill-fan' taken again*) rou :..i Hi.i %  Bill Ol I ..lll|ll i hla n-.tl. c ahall 1Mpubll ..i.li week fur four ronneiutl In TMK JKWIHH hLiillllH IKINK ASH OKI'KllKli .. 11.. i.l.i. IlliNU SB] %  •! JUi \ Ii i: It LEATHER \ I'l.ik. Circuit i "• %  I. ida Count} Ho lit WM. W .-'I' \ ; li'lrrull ".mit HaaJI Otv '"ink SANI (IRII M SWKHIM.IN • \ f.n I'lalntlff ,17 Keyooid HuildlnK. Miami return from Korea of Lt. Donald Nelson. rate of 2'j percent compounded quarterly. The Mercantile Nationa is Miami area to offer quarterly terest payments at this rate to its savings depositors, with balances of up to $15,000 On deposits from $15,000 to $50,000, the bank pays 1 '2 percent per annum also compounded quarterly, and savings certificates are offered corporation accounts with fixed rates of interest depending upon the amount and the length of lime for which the deposit is accepted. Interest payment dates on the quarterly schedule are January' I. April 1, July 1 and October 1, De posits made on or before the 10th < f each of the above months will earn interest from the first and in 1 g, is a memD er of the Greater other months deposits made on or Miam j R a0 binical Association and before the fifth of the month will j thc Klorida Association of Babbis. earn from the first, Broad explain^Announcement of the new policy Mayer Appointed to "has been well received" by Mer Head Sports Group candle National Bank customers and the general public, Broad said. Each account is insured to $10,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Rabbi Waxman Named Babbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the West Miami Jewish Center, has been appointed honorary' chaplain to the State Department of Florida of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States for the third successive year. Rabbi Waxman came to this country three years ago from England and was recently elected to the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer Monument Company. Greenbaum Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Betty Greenbaum, formerly of 2470 S.W. 19th Terrace, will take place Sunday, July 4. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery Mrs. Greenbaum is sur vived by her husband Murray B.; one daughter. Bochellc and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Klein of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. William Mechlow Dies At 62; Was Real Estate Man Bernard A. "Bud'' Mayer has been appointed chairman of the sports committee of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Leo Adeeh, Chamber governor, announced this week. GMJCC Tri Beta Council Elects Officers Maxene Drucker has been nam-1 %  t Frank Jim R by 0 i Bors ed president of Tri Beta Council of f, or{ < %  "} T Hj.ffman Charles A GEORGE MENDEL M, of 831 WOBl :.• • M %  ••>"! BoBch. died mi. v|. I.<1I\ ,lin, ti in .. IOCBI hoapltal orlaUnlly from MOB ^<'U. Mm.1.1 ..aaaoctattd wltli lh< Miami Btu.h Chaekai Cab •'" !••• Ii %  urvtvod i>> ill" widow, Betty: father. Ji ,.i.. two %  latent, Mr* 1th.iin 1.. vlna and Mrs. Boa R—. ••'• Miami Beach; four brothora, Uewla, Harold, William nnd llernmn Hen • • • I held KII.I.O at Rlveralde Memorial M1..111I iirui'h Burial followod ..1 Mt, Ni ixi Comoterj the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Other officers recentIv elected P(,nur ">'"• include Myrna Burke, vice presi<,>,i,r Relsler Charles Whitet'ent: Toby Lurie. treasurer; Bobi brook Dave Levi,, -" n Sporta writ MRS. HOSE LEVITtKV 17, ol 75a Jefferaoa av Mian I Boai a, illid Jin.. .'*>. Shf i" aurvlvod bj hr hu.band, Hxnmn, a Mn, Herman l^-iatiton, nf Miami. .1 -i. 1 .11.1 %  • RTandchlldreB Sorvk-ea ari oonduct* • i b) B/orknian*a Ciivle Branch Mo <*1 of Miami, of Whli h ihB WBJ ini-inbor. ai flurdoo'i rSineral 11.. ,. ..f MI.11111 aiih hurlal In Mr Hlnal Cemetef) ISAOORK D PADORR : I. al • MB Hat %  -• r< ild. nl ..f Miami f..r is yttJt ,1 1 | ||, cam here from CblcaBo H. is FUT' Md b) hll oifr. In Ml 1 William Mechlowitz. 62. of 4A4S I rm E -,%,C* k 5S ','"," "•'," : '"''-, ... „ %  Mn Lillian Inaana, of I.Anaelea, Adams ave., Miami Beach, a re -.•1.M1Pearl Kolner. of Cbl< tired real estate man. died June i ..;—nr^„. 23 in a hospital. ,,, ,,„ : .,„„„, ,...,,,.,. He was a resident of Miami died June .'.. In .. local hoapltal Hi Beach 30 years Surviving are his SRa?andTta wife. Ida; two M>ns, Herman and there He lived ..t !ll NW 17th lei A. Louis, both of Miami Beach, and Jfl^Jjj' !( ••';' of aordoB'i Members of the committee arc j a daughter. Mrs. liana Hinden. ol Chris Dundee. Councilman Bernard | Sarasota I JACK COLOENBERG Mr. MechlowiU wai I former A '"• ., ,i_ 1 .. ''" •'' hoapltal. A retired i-ablnel vice president of Beth Jacob Syn" Holdenberi agogue. Services were held at Riverside Memoria NOTICE UNOIR FICTIT ;^$ NAME LAW SiiTK'R IH IIKItKBV <:|\ ,|,.,, ili.iiii.ii r-ian.it, doairlna to 1 iin.l. 1 lhIHIU\> UltlKS. at I.'.JJ OoUBla* Road hli.inki, Intenda to ret lain% with ih i*lork of the Olr.i. ol I'1.1. CuMBUy, Florida. XKAI. 1 K IIKNRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant •all W Haal.r ft Miami ; :-!>-i-ia tkat .<• la al "L*!!I i.i mi. ulna ik>art -I NOTICE UNDER FICTIT NAME LAW N.iTH'K Is. HKRKKY IJIVi tatt the uiidTnl*ni.d, dralrlnff In e' :'^[ela %  under the fi.'tllloua %  rnif rf I'AltH TOI'RH and KAI1H 1 TltAVKI. SKRV1CE, at tli: \\. Miami ll.aih. Intend tn •aid Dam* ilh the 'lerk ..f mi ('our! <>f l>ade Count) MIUM.IC riiKri'R.NTH i.N MIl.ToN A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Hey bold Hid*. T I--ll ia ci-i.r • ctririda Gross, Mr-. Alma Harman. l.ce Howard. Abe H. Mazor. Richard S. 1 isher, auditor; Marilyn Zammit. recording secretary. er Mert Wetatein, Boxing Commissioner l.ou Gold, Jack Corbett, Chapel, Miami Beach Burial followed In Ml Sinai Cemetery. Roberta Dilner. corresponding r r;m( ( '; M H" !" William Hollot-ecretary; Sally Seidman. sergeantat-arma; and Lois Shaw', chaplain. *fVV*ffffffffffffffVffff Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (in English) For Home or Gift SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE Mimeographing — Typing 2347 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-5532 man, chuck I'osner, Jack Ross, 1 H. Alcock. Jack W'oodv and M G Viola. Party Scheduled • Young Adult Croup of Temple Emanu-EI will hold its annual "fireworks fiesta" on Sunday. July Amnesty Granted Convicted Nazis by New Decree BONN (JTA Bundestag la-t weekend approved .1 bill to grant amnesty to thousands of -minor offenders" including many convicted Nazis and to free .if. from \\ llmlnjrton, l>mther, M.m 11 % %  f Philadelphia Hei iharte ol Uordon'i 1 Kunh Ina ... u BARNET KRIENSKY %  mi „ ,k, %  iign 1 irvlvpil VI 1. tin 1 Ki I he Wesl German *, n "•' 1 %  • 1 fay' I • iel „ p. • % %  M., ,','' %  "Bl* 1 a .1 ;. Mamui r y Mr. Id !, S %  '"' '•*• in dre, from threat of prosecution tens of K !,"„', .1 Maiden, NOTICE UNDER FICTIT :.S NAME LAW Sill KK IS HRKKHY C.l\ I hi nnil.rslaii.d. lUnlrlna Ui • 1111.In Ihf fl.ilil.. 1\ II. "ASI>Y CO. iNot II ..l. Count) Ha., inieii.i-• 1 11.,10.. uh ihr ri.i k ol nil CoUl I of Ihidr l'ounl> ALBERT T Ii IN T .•-•>-i-;j thousands of other former Nazis 4, at 9 p.m., in the social hall of the whn arp s,lM hiding. The measure Temple, according to Irving Scherr. has bccn s< n '" the Bundesr.it, president. ,n upper house of the.Bonn ParI liament. for approval. The meanre ia deaigned to give .in, N.I... 1 ... BENJAMIN D WILLIAMS 4 realdliui in Hav.nnah, fla p The Washington, DX. Club of Miami IniUtt Former Resident! of fhof City to Join The Washington Club ond come in contact with old friends INQUIRIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO WILLIAM B0RNSTEIN, President 871 N. VENETIAN DRIVE, MIAMI 39, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 82 8882 COME TO 0U* NEXT DINHtR MUTING Bf the UNC0LH MANOR RESTAURANT, WU 8th, 6:30 auRj, : %  a "fresh start' to Nazis and mem bers of the Wehrmacht who had been given sentences of thn, years or less for crimes committed during the last stages of the war and during the immediate postwar period, lt also frees from threat of prosecution those who illegally adopted false names and identities to avoid Allied arrest and DTOsecu tion for war crimes; it is estimated '' that there are Btill some 60 00u Cermans in this category K5L5 ::'x..\ ^"'"•v w .;'..;,:„ vr tOL S. AUSTRIAN DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELF RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N E 5,n '• Phon. I a*,, AL ME.DENBERQ. Qwn.r Bll brea ..1 ea •\mi' ft • %  .-.I. NOTICE V PUBLICAT Z\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O r THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. r OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ~ K0 S COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No 'W CSTKI i.\ l>BNNARD, Plali \ JtlK '" I'KSSAHP. I % f.ri.l.. %  NOTICE Y PUSJLICAT CN II on: %  HKNN VHP Id -ni. n. e Unknovn You are hereby notifle.1 il "l I'omplalnl for dlvni %  iBalnM yoo, an 1 ro ed '•• ^.-l\e M ropy Of \"lll Vl I'h.i.lliiK to the BUI of 1 Hi. plaintiff"* Attorney, REX I bold Hulldlna. Miami HI. I file Ihe .iilclnal ,ln.'' ma In i|„. offleo of the Clei < "in nit i'oiirt ..11 ..1 Bflfbre day of Aiiaiiat, lj4 IK INK AXI> ORDER) la, Ihla th day ..f I K II LB v 1 in 1 • •lerh. • "It, ..it • I Mde 1 •mm 1 > I I '• %  ll> M •'. >;l(ll v ^ An'lniiii Court Meal) LV l %  : HEX KtWKX :•! Ne.tlM.ld Blilg.. .Miami. H : ;->-i-n NOTICE UNDER SMCTlTlOUR NAME LAW ^, M.TICK IH HBRKBY SI\ %  '". Ihe iinder-taned. de-lrlm I" : ''** J IHIMII,,. under Ihe fl.iHI" 1 ,ii: HAitniNi; i-oixtNiAi. APT% %  ; 3i IUrdlii Ave Intend f real" # name with the Clorh ••* H" t'ourt of In.I.' 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FlIDAY.IULVr, J PAGE A wjemsftfleridian FRED K. SHOC HET E ditor and Publish er Volume 28 LEO MINDLIN New s jjdhor_ Set the Record Straight What the Administration and its State Department must learn if they are truly interested ^ in establishing peace in the Middle East is that the Arab League watches their every move so far as Israel is concerned. The State Department this week announced that Mutual Security Aid funds are being cut off to the Jewish State well before the end of the fiscal year and before the Israel government has had a change to draw fully on the amount allotted it by the 1954 MSA Act. For the sake of argument, let us forget the astonishingly anti-Israel and generally antiJewish remarks that attended the recent Foreign Operations subcommittee hearings in Washington and that conclusively tipped our hand in the current Near East controversy. Let us take as undisputed fact the State Department's decision that Israel's present economic status precludes the necessity for further aid from the United States and that, contrarily, the Arabs' dire need is manifest. Friday, July 2, 1 Tammuz 1, 5714 During The Week • • As I Sf • I By LEO MINDLIN FOR All RACES AND CREEDS Conlrasting Personalities SOMETIME AGO DEAN JOHN BITTER sent roc the radio hotter a broaden beamed t BBC by Alistair Cooke on ,he 0 r the death -I William Kapcll in an airplane crash o U slde 0( 07 ,„ his tribute to the piano virtuoso. Mr Cooke atte :;:;;,:,,,;>,! n'^.&~~* at.,^ ^d ^JU tchU'V tlll'Tll. I, i, |, the count of history and therefore i*,] Lrience tradition-wise. Tradition, for them, la the mark of tnteiia „„l social accomplishment, and it is. rightly or wrongly. e qu ted tvoe of venerable hoariness. Thus, without the prerequisite cent. ,„dven nnllen.a of "a past.'' no nation can apparently cour mature It 'through the eyes of this failing that Europeans rtfj nd they are perhaps more than anything else, baffled by the eta and mfl.tary might we have attained despite it. Many American artists, sharing the European s contempt forJ tndiUonlasi wdety and an equal degree of disdain for the up rclativeh Hidden ascendency in global affairs, have fled their i shores in search of old spiritual fathers. Many of them reside t. England and France, their citizenship renounced and their ae souls ^eekinc solace amid the tired consciences of ancient asd < loadable" races it strikes me. as it must have Mr. Cooke. that I only a partial view of the situation. They who have beaten UVi of tradition and who have mocked the cradle of their birth are planted, no more than a grafted scion on a dry world. The ajsas] their art is equally dry — imitative at worst and indigenous to toftl but themselves at M THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY is that Americans are ass] valid contributiOM in many fields of art. and music is certainl) them With little concern for the European's sensibility. Mr Cookf| his audience tint our symphony orchestras have few equals | continent, that two of them are rivalled nowhere and that mad thriii even thoai In our smaller towns and cities — are at ^at| ;_....,,! u man) "f Europe's world renowned organization. iking ol the late Mr Kapell's seemingly endless rnerf^ boundless willingness to perfect his art. Mr. Cooke told his BBC I i. thai these characterisUci arc not atypical but rather commoai ii.md that the) are %  •< the source of our excellence as a mas' tion. Wire Mr Cooke less British." he could have put hi< prauei, Sir Winston Churchill's visit to the Unitedlmore posltivel) We are not. like Caesar, envious of the r,reeb;| l.-. we have anv Vereil to nudge us in the direction of manufa There can be no doubt that the Arab League States is a study in contrasting personaht.es %  £ ^ ^ ^ ^ .. ^.^ overnJRht interprets this pathetic effort at "objectivity" as U.S. desertion of the Jewish State. Contrarily. its leadership sees in it outright support of an anti-Israel policy in the Near East. It is incumbent on our government to set the Arab nations straight. They must be told that increased Foreign Operations allotments for them — even when in the form of guns ostensibly to be used agoinst international Communism — do not signify Washington's carte blanche to intensify the hostile atmosphere against Israel. so far as the leaders ol great nations are concerned. The British Prime Minister has been busily engaged in filling the breech between his government and America that became urgently evident soon after the Berlin conference in April and that grew to alarming proportions by the time the two powers met with Russia, France and Red China in Geneva. All of which i> by way of saying that I came upon Mr Bitl day night at the Jan Peerce concert in the Miami Beach Anal I don't like Tschaikowsky, and I told Mr. Bitter so Next to hi> Concerto in I) and the Nutcracker Suite. I like Romeo and Jabrtl For one thing, it capitalizes on what is not the best in ShakesstartJ another it is the most insolent example of the composer' nawf to tell a rtory" in music — Montague and Capulet animosities, ta^ theme and death by misunderstanding. BUT I COULD NOT HELP admiring Mr Bitter's perforauall (he wort at the University of Miami Pop Concert the night befamj was ..well and neatly done as ever I'd heard it by any majori Mr Bitter confessed nil love for Tschaikowsky — indeed nil tor an) Job winch he sets about to accomplish His performs However, the sharp personality contrast we Romeo and Juliet was merely the culmination, he said, of a last I noted between him and President Eisenhower l vo,ved doin 8 %  '** %  1; '"' observation that reminded wd Cool : kabout American orchestras and the remarkable -a Unless the Administration and its State De"' ^ ^ mee,mg8 to Wash '" '> '"" "> <"<* '" "" excellence Mr BrtMrl partment make that clear, they are not fully mq,0n bU oi tW seemin< ? 1 y ""related instances '• more to worry .bout than our lack of tradition \ proving their desire for peace in the Near East in which each leader acted individually. ,n > "' h ,ri "" ,,d ^^^Uns leave hint, at m rtune moments, but it is ins sort of determination that mw M it) Symphony play like it did Sunday evening • • • • • JAN PEERCE SANG AT AN ISRAEL BOND concert Mo**' lll"nsive audience I do not recall evei n ,. y observed Maestro trturo Toscamnis "favorite tenor" prr*"| on the occasion of its annual convention. b mixture of operatic and traditional Yiddish and Hebrew melodj his greeting, the President heaped praise on "'"'"• f" 1 1 1 Mr Peerce infinitely more at home sir the organ.zat.on and its accomplishments but U*"' 1 "^ "***" numbp h n wlth **1 Xt !" \ !f,' ""Foments but reason. th) leaned sung less enthusiastically. His rendition oil The Miami community also plans to join in scru Pulously avoided mentioning the name of •"' "'" 'I. K-deriroy \ a MUXM stor iamost captured the of the observance with a rally at Flamingo Park. Israel even once. milieu, K Lucevan Le Stelle" and "Vesti La Guibba" were boti Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be host This falls directly into line with „ m '" at the evening of festivity. mini.trn.i !" ~Ji J, ? Bu Mr V "" r '"'~ l M '^^ance of Psalm 13 set to musfc* ministration policy, which is going in the direc"^melodies he has made f.m.us on records, proved rewanMJ We celebrate our independence as a free nation at a time when that freedom is challenged everywhere. It is hardly a decade tion of abandonment of the Jewish State tn iK intriguing were his observations on than Ml wolves. Thus, ,n effect Mr Fi~nk ."'T"' "" V "'"' lr '"" H ndH s or ,on "' Jud S MKC ^3 enect. Mr. Eisenhower praised "" cha ,.,„ k| „ tll that o( he Israc Bond. T*' mg. lor in tailing to mention the ZOA's ,; '"' """"' "'e when the thought of failure can hardly •• rioth tained, (or the inherent K .. encour(y thei i, r"" fii n< "' intensiRahK. ^ lUU ,w,rd "•*> Rabb Abb. Hillel Silver told L n D r v y ,hat an,i ,wi uS "** by %  %  e Sute Department officials do not repwj[j true sentiments ti ll our government A communique ssued" salem jointly by the Fo istry and Ambassador t*** son s special mi-ssK* same progress roade %  ymrt* plan* for regional re velopment __J Israel filed formal pro£, the Security Council w f voot BeUr stuck u> *" M Israelis were kdled by



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UDAY. JULY 2. 1954 ^JmtstifhrMlatn PAGE 7B LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IVKN that llir undcislsned. dealrlne; tn eiiganf In Business under the fictitious name of EDDIE'H FRONT PACK BAR AND ElCILL. t MT8 N.W. 17th Avenue, In[, ml* to reaiater wild name with the Tlerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Kunitv, Florida. ^ EDDIE DAVIDSON IENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant t,l W. Flafler St.. .Miaiol, Fla, |S-25 7/2-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY HIVEN that k,. undersigned, desiring to engage In 1, under the flctltloua name of ill's BAR, at 37 W. Flagler It n(.-nil.to register nnid name with |li, Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade nunty. Florida. CLIFFTIRD E. NELSON [ESSI.FIR OARS iiorneya for Applicant f. ,j W. Hauler St I\-L':. — 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS SI A UE 1 A W NuTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that |i. undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of IAMKI'.A CORNER, at 102 N.E. 2nd intend to register aald name Jit'i the clerk of the Circuit Court of BIII County, Florida. MAt'RJCE (Sltl'RAIR ARTHIIt II HUNT1NOTON \ KR t (MM I for Applicants ).. u FI.IKICI SI. 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN> I l< I-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that Vundersigned, desiring to engage In ii under the fictitious name of f:\IETO CREATIONS, at 14 N.W. i. Miami, II.I mi, II, I in rea> ii name with the Ctarfc of the cult Court f i>dc County, Florida, RENATO I.KVI I'BERTO "KVIETO IFItS, IIICIMAN & KAPLAN for Applicants i l:l.lis NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 is HEREBY OIVEN thai i. ii.-ii. desiring to encase in in i. r Hi. is name of |.\ Ml sTRINtiH BEAUTY HALON, si Miami Springs, In I registel said name with the Ihe circuit Curt ..I Dadi I I '..• I.I.I IHIRIH M BEVERLY, Owner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'i l'i: IS IIKRKBY UIVEN thai %  d, deslt 11,^ la encase In indi r the fi. i HI. .us name ol [iMIl DADE HARDWARE, st 9 treat, Noi th Miami, Horf I >: %  name with I nl the Circuit Couil ..f Dade i Hoi I.I... I imi'XO PBATCH, sole owner I SILVER ML'LfcOl 1 'i Bruno l'eatch %  — 7/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I0RIDA IN AND FOR DADE ILNTV IN CHANCERY, No. 1ST7S ll'M RERNICE K1JSKU Plaintiff |l:i:v WILLIAM KIMKI.. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE |: IIMtUY WILLIAM KIMKL '-•; Lawrence Street •. naboro. North Carolina i arc hereby notified that a Hill |c.implaint for Divorce has bean %  i in'i, and you are required |*cr\e .i copy of your Answer or i" the Bill of Complaint on miff's Attorney, HANFORD • N K 2nd Avenue, Miami. 'il fll.' the original Answer I • u In the office of the Clerk f • i"In lit Court on or before the ol July, lsr.t. If you full to Judgment by default will be %  "I >oii for the relief deI'leil m the Bill of Complaint inotice shall be published once %  '••! four consecutive weeks i IIK JEWISH KI^IKHHAN. I |\K AND ORDERED st Miami, this 4th day of June, AD. i: B LEATHERMAN. clerk. Circuit Court, i >ade i minty. Floi PI. i By M R. MCRRAY. I I Court Seal) Deputy Clerk r "ID FREED '..i Plaintiff IN K 2nd Ave., Miami 12, Fla. 1-18-25 7/2 10TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'TICK IS IIKRKBY OIVKN that I I Igned, desiring to engage In I under the fictitious niiin of s MARKET, at ItOI N.W. Its ntends to register aald name Hie Clerk of the circuit Court of > County, Florida. SAM HCHWAHTZ STKR SAAI. • v for Applicant -'ivrie Rldg. >TICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51838 ii.-e Is hereby given that HARRY 'MIOFF and SAM RIMONHOFF. a-, assignee of Kxerglailes .,'' District Tax Sale Certificate Ii-red SIM, dated the Jlat day of V All. IS48. haa filed aald Certlfih" my office, and haa made appllI" <"r tax deed to Issue thereon In |dance with law. Maid Certificate fa. i the following described propk -ituated In Dade County, Florida. Fractional Section Iff. Townr South, Range 3* East. % laming S0J.S1 Acrea more or F I' .led In Dade County, State assessment of aald propel I e t ertlflcate issued was In Ihe '" Land 4k Dev. Co i If lea te shall he ""ling to law, tax deed [A D ', ,r n on '"• ,,,t %  fe.i this uth day of June, A.D. R. B LKATHKRMAN. lerk of Circuit Court, Dade Con Hy N. C. 8TEBRETT, t" < v 1 t ** a > Deputy 6lerh LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKUKKI OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In J ;",.".'"r M '."" I, r ""• "'"'ions name of SAI NDER S OROCFWY, Flagler M Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt of llaile County, Florida WMU H 2 W Q^ AUNUta Attorneys for Applicant 1781 W. Flaaler St. 'ls-2.> — 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of I-NCI.K DAVE'S BAR. at 376 N.W. 5th St.. Intends to register s.ii.l name with the < lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KKSSLKH OA^" SKKMAN Attorneys for Appllcsiit I7SI W. Flagler St. 6/11-1H-2:. — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deslt ing to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of FRED'S BAB, at 2*2 N W. :.th St., Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, FRED JAKOKU KKSSi.KFt OARS Attorneys for Applicant ITS) W. Flagler St. B/ll-IS-25 — 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that Ihe undersigned, deslilng to engage In business under the fictitious name of DAL S BAK. at 3518 S.W. Hth St., Intenda to register aald name with the lerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARIAN B. CALKINS KKSSLF:H A OAKS Attoi i.eys for Applicant 17(1 u Plaster St. i' II I S23 — 7/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th. uuil. r.-igneil. desiring lo en| business undei tmflctitioi.s n WESTINOHOI'SE SELF SERVICE LAUNDROMAT, at 414 B w Miami, Florida, int.nils t.. rayI-I.-I Bfeld name with the Clerk of the Clrcull court of Dade County, Florida. II IROLD I'll' 1ST, Bole owner AMns BENJAMIN Attorn. \ for iwner I ll-l>-25 — 7/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1700S4 ALVIN BBOBL, Plaintiff. j *" JEANNETTE BKC.KL. D. f.ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JEANNETTE BEOF.L %  •l' Chailikon Stieel t "eler.in, New York or JEANNETTE BEOEL Aildiess anil lesliiiiue unknown You are hereb) notified that a Bill of complaint for Divorce has bet n filed against you, an'il you are le.iuireil to serve a copy of your Answ. r or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th ilav of July, 1854. If you fall to do so. Judgment hy default will be taken Against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint Thla notice shall be published once each w. ek for four consecutive weeks in THK JEWISH FUiHIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. i, this ISth day of June, A.D. MM. K B I.KATHKHMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. D.i.le County, Floi Ida B] \\ \1 W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk IIKNKV M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2318 Weat Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. ii !••>< — 7/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, at 1440 Drexel Avenue, Miami Bench, Florida, Intends to reglst. name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f I Hide County, Florida. RELIABLE SKKVICES. INC., a Florida coi'lsiratlon By: HARRY HOLTZMAN. President RICHARD It MOROrF Attorneys for Corporation •/23 — 7/2-8-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buatneM under the fictitious name of ivvri.s RESTAURANT, at I I W, Hth Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ... JAMES PAUL. MAX it SILVER Attorney for Applicant Is.Id Building. Miami 22, Fla. •723 — 7/2-8-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnoas under the fictitious name of AUTO TRANSIMHtT SERVICE, at lllii Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dude County, Florida. ... RELIABLE SERVICES. INC. a Florida corporation By: HARRY HOLTZMAN Presi'i RICHARD Ml H' I Attorneys for Coipmatlon 8,23 — 7/2-8-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HKUKHY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe flctltloin' n"' CUSTOM CLEANERS LAUNDRY. at ISIS N.W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count*. Florid* JOHKPH OOLDEN, Sole Owner / 7/1-8-1* LIGAL NOTICI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 189783 MARIAN R. MANDELL. Plaintiff, vs. SAUL MANDELL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAUL MANDELL c/o Mary Lou Dunn 7ii4 Marina Village BrMsepoi t. Connecticut Tou, SAIL MANDELL, are hereby notified that a Pill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requited serve %  %  •f your Answer ..r pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. i'llAlll.KS J BODNER 1872 N.W. 3tith Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 12th day of July. 1934. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demand..1 In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive creeks In THK JEWISH FUHtlDIAN. DONE AND oRDKHKD at Miami. Florida, this 7th day of June. A.D. 1934. R B LEATHXRMAN, clerk, circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN, {Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk CHAKLFTS J. RoDNKR At tot nay for Plaintiff 1872 N.W. 38th St.. Miami, Florida 6/11-18-23 — 7/2 IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 189861 AUGUST SEEBERO and ANNA REEBERO, his wife, Plaintiffs. vs. C. A. W1THAM. M M HOBPER. et at.. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: C. A. WITHAM, address unknown: M M IK Hl'll unknown, and if married, their unknown ipouaaa, If living, and If dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, eredltots or other parties claiming by, through, under or again said defendants, who are not known to l>e dead or allVa; and all oilier persona or parlies otherwise haMiig or claiming any light, title, claim or interest In and to ihe following doexrrlbed f iroperty, situate, bring and being II Dad.County, Florida, to-wit: The W. 10.18 ft el ol Lota 2, 3, 4. Block 4. SUNSHINE PARK. ordlng t*. th.i'i;ii thereof, recorded ill l'i. it Book '.'. Page 89, of the PubHi Ri i oi da of l Htde '..inn v. Florida Ynl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Ml. I I I -l.lt t0 ipliet title to the BboV described property has been filed against you In the above-entltl4|d cause, and you are ha r s h ] required to serve a cop) "i your answer to the BUI of Complaint herein on the plalnIttomry, RICHARD KRIKOER FINK. 112 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original in the i.ffl. %  of the Clerk ot the Clrcull Court on or before the 12th day of July. 1954; otherwise a default will be entered against you. DATED: this sth day of June. IM4. E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M. C GREKN. Deputy Clerk 8/11-18-25 — 7/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 189768 HERMAN FRANCIS. Plaintiff vs. DOROTHY FRANCIS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DOROTHY FRANCIS 41 Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve s copy of >our Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on the plaintiff's Attorney, F.'DWABD S. RE8NICK, KSg ?a:. Line..In Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office Of the Clerk of the ("In nit Court on or before the 16th day of July, 1858. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Thla notice shall be published once each "irk for fom consecutive weeks In THF. JEWISH F'UUtlDIAN. DONE AND 0RDKRF:D at Miami. Florida, this Ith day of June. A.D. 1934. E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I '.nl. County, Florida By M It. MURRAY (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 8/11-18-25 — 7/1 LIGAL NOTICI AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16978! BETTY LOUISE WEAVER. Plaintiff, JOHN WF:AVER. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN WEAVER I Him E. Broadu.iv Glendale. California or JOHN WEAVER Residence and Address Unknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M CAIN] and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 12th dsy of July, 1954 If you fall to do so. Judgment hy default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THK JEWISH F'l.oKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED st Miami. Florida, this 9th day of June. A.D. 1934. K B. LEATHERMAN, ik, Circuit Curt. Dade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2.-.1 s West Flagler Stret. Miami. Fla. 6/11-18-X5 — II* IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA „„ No MOM III. ESTATE OK .SIDNEY FEIFFER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAkE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have riled mi final report and petition tor Final Discharge as adnilnlstratoi 1 t .,. of the estate of SIDNEY FEIFF'ER deceased: and that on the 20th day of .. ul> •.}*'".*: wi "PP'y lo t"e Hot. K lil.A.M. iN, Count* ludge of Dade < ounly, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as administrator it a. of the Estate of SIDNEY FEIFFER, .1 ed. This Hth day of June. 1954. „., 1*1 ALBERT FEIFFER 11 RK a NEWMAN IM I.in. oh, Road. Miami Beach. Fla. Attorneys for Administrator t .1 by: Vivian I. s, h.aff.r or ijjnnsel fi II-2S — 7/- ppllcant :':!.'. Lincoln ltd. K/2r. 7 2-9-16 LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th.undersigned, dealring to eagi business under the fictitious name of KINO'S DEPT STORM, at 14690 N w 7th Avenue. Miami. Intends to ri said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ADEI.F. SOLOMON, Sole Owner KESSl.ER ft OARS Attorneys for Applicant 1781 W Flagler St. 6/23 — 7/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRF:BY OIVKN thai the undersigned, il.'-irlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of GRANADA BEAUTY SALON, at 816 South Miami Ave.. Intends to register -aid name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coiintv. Florida. VNNA MARIA BARCELO, Sole owner 6/11-18-23 — 'nl IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26137 RE: ESTATE 'I OERSHl IN AUGUST, I '• • I • ,1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 1hereb) given thai sre have filed "in final r.-poi t and petition for Final Discharge as Co-esecutors of the estate of OERSHON AUGUST, deceased: ami that on the 26 1 July, 1934. will applv to the Honorable W. F. BLAN'ToN, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said flnsl report and for final discharge as Co-esecutors of the 1 of GERSItoN A I in This JL'iul da] of .Inn.. I'M %  HARRY VCOIST • I.OIIS Al OUST MAX R SILVER and ARTHUR I AUGUST Att tors 922 Sevls.ld Building. 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FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1954 *Jristnoridiar> Bureau of Jewish Education Figures Show Enrollment Increases in Schools PAGE 11 A Peak enrollment in the Jewish schools or Greater Miami again shows steady increase, according to records submitted to the Bureau of Jewish Education this. week. The Sunday schools reveal a total of 3. 428 students, exactly 500 over that of last year. The afternoon schools show a total of 2,219 students, an increase of 738 over that of 1953. A breakdown of this registration shows 1.653 boys and 1,775 girls in (he Sunday schools, more girls than boys. The enrollment in the afternoon schools reveals 1,591 boys and 628 girls, indicating a growing numIber of girls exposing themselves Itn the more intensive Jewish education of the Hebrew schools. In Il953. only 400 girls were registered. These registration figures show |the following trends, the Bureau reveals: a greater interest in the in ire intensive Hebrew afternoon training and the rapid increase of kitiendance of girls in this supplementary school. The trend away from the Sunday school to the afternoon school in Greater Miami is contrary to the national trend where the Sunday school still shows greatest increase, Bureau officials observed. Some of this increase in Greater Miami is due to the extension of the Sunday school to additional afternoon sessions, rt was explained. "The increase in registration of girls shows a growing recognition by Greater Miami of the need of such education for the future mothers of the Jewish home on whom the greatest responsibility now rests for the continuity of a Jewish home conducive to the perpetuation of healthful Jewish life in America," the survey concludes. "The next step in the pi-ogre.-.-, Di the Jewish afternoon school should be an increase in class hours from the average of four hours to six hours weekly, and the stimulation of Hebrew preschool education Committees Plan Citizenship Day man, proclamations and Elks, and Mrs Harry G. Rogers, concert committee. Other chairmen are Major Charles W. Byers, Armed Forces committee. Mayor David H. Hendrick, Jr., Mayors' committee. Wiland Hebrew summer camps." SCHOOL REGISTRATION — 1954 Sunday Schools 595 Beth David rUl El ttvth El Acade'mv [I'M Jacob oral Gabfa Jewish Center i, tan.ula .1. v. i A (enter w Academy (all ade Jewish Center 111 Shore Jewish Center mple BetH Sholom mple l-.manu-El mple Krael Jneretit larnel 90 %  'o do their sightseeing on a rigid. '•ak neck schedule, among others makes 'Time of the Cuckoo" a oss section of Americana abroad Id gives appropriateness to the *<•. which is drawn from a defin n the Encyclopedia Brittanr he definition reads: "The rkoo is a summer visitant to the lole of Europe. It proclaims its rival by a cry heralding the seaof love." fhe Biitmore presentation is bedirected by producer Hirsch. Chiffon", starring Kay I on Sunday night. Miami IJbraru Wins Award Dr. Frank B. Sessa. director of the Miami Public. Library, this week announced 1 that the library for the second year has received an award in the John Cotton Dana Publicity Awards Contest, sponsored jointly by the Wilson Library Bulletin of New York and the American Library Association Public Relations Committee. This year's citation is a special award for the "imaginative quality of its publicity and its cooperation with community groups." Mrs. Helga H. Eason, head of the Community Relations, received the award for the library at a tea given by the Wilson Library Bulletin, in Minneapolis, Minn., where the 73rd annual conference of the American Library Association is now in progress. The awards were also announced at the special membership meeting following the American Library Ass ociation Council on Friday morning, June 25. The classification in which the Miami Public Library won the special award comprises public libraries in cities over 200.000 population. This includes such famous and old libraries as Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, Md., which won first prise, and Milwaukee, Wis winner of honorable mention. Rabbi Sachs to Speak Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Chevra Kadisha problem on Jacob Schachter's Jewish. Variety Hour Sunday, 12 p.m., over station WMBM JvOGUST BROS Rvrj 1 Seventeen committees with an executive committee headed by E. Albert Pallot will begin a series of meetings this week for Citizenship Day scheduled for Sept. 17. This year. Citizenship Day will honor an estimated 1,500 newly naturalized citizens here, according to Eugene Cole, chief examiner of the Immigration and Naturalization 8*rvice. Heading the list of chairmen for the event are Sheriff Tom Kelly, parade marshal, Harvey W. Seeds Post Commander Ed R. Greenfield for all veterans organizations. Mrs. S. J. Bobbitt. women's clubs, George K. Roller, men's clubs. Henry J. Halam. program and speakers' committee, Burton P. Nuckols, labor unions, Abe S. Goldliam J. Crockett, Jr., financial institulions, Mrs. Wiliard M. Ware, Scquui, and Gilbert J. Balklh, schools. Assiotine are Mrs. M. Lewis Hall, Mrs. Elry Stone, R. H. Scott. James neath. Albert J. Hirsch, Mrs. George F. Schofield, Mrs. Sam Komack. Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Max Froom, Mrs. Evelyn Decky, Mrs. Manus Berman, John Olmsted and Capt. 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FRH)AY, JULY 2, 19S4 -JeristifhrMlaiL PAGE 9 A GMJCC-Summer Camps Feature Varied Program of Sports, Religious Activities A varied program of activities including Sabbath parties, talent shows, craft activities and a daily dip in a pool have highlighted the Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter day camp program during its first week of operation ending last Friday. This program, which has a registration of over 300 children and locations at Beach Branch, Town Branch and Flagler-Granada, will continue the small group activities wherein each child has an opportunity to participate in creative activities in a Jewish cultural setting. Beach Branch activities included the selection of names for each small group. Some of the names chosen include "Panthers," the "Space Men." the "Wild Indians," the "Mustangs," the "Beauty Stars," the "Dolls," the "Bathing Beauties," "Tree's Branches" and the "Shamrocks." On Friday, the camp held a mass program in the form of a welcome to the Sabbath in which each group had an opportunity to present its name and a skit. The "Shamrocks," the oldest girls' group, is involved in painting and decorating a shack on the camp grounds, which will be their own club house. The "Space Men" are planning to build a space ship next week for their special project. Klagler-Granada's Camp Kadim.ih highlights during the past week and a half of camp included a weekly Sabbath party on Friday, and a talent show, as well as a cook-OUt and a Maccabiad. The Maccabled included individual, as well as team events, featured by the senior boys, who conducted a program of songs and dramatics. The Town Branch used "Be a friend to each other" as the theme lloxpital Uromp lAwts Ottieers Tracy B. Hare, administrator of Variety Children's Hospital, is the new president of the South Florida Hospital Council. He succeeds Mrs. Mary Reeder, administrator at Doctors Hospital, who served as president for two \rars. Other new officers include Samuel Gertner, administrator of Mt. Sinai Hospital, vice president, and Sanford K Bronstein, administrator of the hospital division of Dade County Civil Defense, secretary-treasurer. Named Mother of the Year' Mrs. Ida Optner was elected Phi Kpsilon Pi "Mother of the Year" at a meeting of the Phi Epsilon Pi Alumni Association last week. Mrs. Optner lives at 2353 SW 24th ter, Miami, and has been active in fraternity and University of Miami affairs for the past 15 yean. Her son, Phil Optner, was a member of the local chapter, and she has maintained her interest in the fraternity since his graduation. during the first week at Camp MaKa-Bee. This special friendship pro gram featured a traditional Oneg Shabbat party, where the traditional blessings were performed by campers and where gifts were presented to campers by each other. These gifts were made as part of the arts and crafts program. Another feature during friendship week was the selection of group names. The following names were selected: "Israelites," "Golden Arrows," "Stars of David," "Samsonites," "Busy Bees," "Queens," and "Sta-Mars Gladiators." The camp program is being coordinated by Emanucl Tropp, director of Activities, and camp directors Israel Silver, of the Town Branch, Nisson Pearl, of the Beach Branch, and Harry Shamis, of Flagler-Granada. 200 Attend Hebrew Academy Affair More than 200 people attended the installation dinner of the Hebrew Academy, honoring B. I. Binder, newly-elected president, on Sunday evening at the Sterling Hotel. ^ Binder, prominent in communal and philanthropic circles, succeeds Dr. David S. Andron who was pre-i| dent of the Academy since its establishment six years ago and now is honorary president. In addition to Binder, 19 officers and a slate of 20 members of the board of directors elected to serve for a three-year term were installed by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Judge Charles Gertler. of the Miami Beach Municipal Court, acted as chairman for the evening. In his introductory remarks Gertler said I the contributions of the Academy to the cultural life of our community have been "significant and noteworthy." The unique educational program of the Academy, he added, "is designed to prepare our children for leadership in the Guests of the Miami Beach Hotel Association at the Delmonico Hotel are Staff Sgt. Jose M. Weill and his bride of one year. A European and Korean War veteran on his way to a new assignment in Alaska, he is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyon, of the Blackstone Flower Shops. Handbag Guild Seats Officers at Algiers Harold Behrman. Miami Beach retail merchant, was installed president of the Handbag and Jewelry Guild of South Florida Sunday at the Hotel Algiers. Other officers installed by Vice Mayor Harold Spaet were Henriette Hoffman, vice president; Al Feiffer, secretary; and Sam Silverstein, treasurer. Former Gov. Fuller Warren talked on "Retail Horizons." Miami Delegates Attend Women's Brandeis Meeting Delegates, representing 44,000 members from 84 chapters throughout the United States, to the sixth annual conference of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University learned that over $1,000,000 has been given by them to the university in its short history. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. president of the Greater Miami Chapter, headed the delegation which included Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Betty Oberstein and Mrs. Max Shapiro. The women's committee comi pletely supports and maintains the Brandeis library. Formal dedication of the threestory glass walled library wing took place during the conference. The addition was made possible through funds contributed by members of the national women's committee, which is the largest "friends of a library" movement in the world. "Education in a Free Society" was the subject of a cymposium held at the final banquet, with Dr. Sachar acting as the moderator. Outstanding educator.and Bran deis faculty members Dr. Max Lerner. Dr. Leo Szilard. Dr. James V. Cunningham and Mr. Arthur Berger were the panellists. Delegates were taken behind scenes to learn what occurs at Brandeis from the time an applicant is accepted for admission until he is integrated into university life. Clarence Q. Berger, executive assistant to the president, was the narrator of "A Student Comes to Brandeis," with University administrators and student officers as participants. Other highlights of the conference were the president's report, which cited the accomplishments of the women's committee during the past year, and the chapter gifts presented to the president of Brandeis. Shown at the Hebrew Academy installation Sunday evening are (left to right) Judge Charles Gertler, chairman; Samuel Ritter. vice president; B. I. Binder, president; and Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal. American Jewish Community and to develop them into happy, wholesome and well-adjusted citizens." Other officers installed were Harry Genet, chairman of the executive committee; Harry Levitt, Kolman Luria, honorary vice presidents; Jack Satin, Samuel Reinhard, Samuel Ritter. Charles H. Fruchtman. Raymond Rubin, Morris Cohen, Irving Firtel and Jacob Kaufman, vice presidents; Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasurer; Harry Korctzky, co-treasurer; Daniel M. Broad, financial secretary; Nathan Ginsburg, corresponding secretary': Sidney Rubinowitz, recording -ecretary; Max Silvcrberg, general secretary; Sol Goldman, auditor; Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, medical advisor. Designating the coming year as "Hebrew Academy E x p ansion Year," Binder pledged the launching of a campaign for a new building in the early fall. "Facilities must be made possible to accommodate a student body of 500 children." he said. "The Academy has been forced to turn away many students for lack of space." Projected plans for a new and enlarged school include a complete library, spacious classrooms, gymnasium and science laboratories. Binder termed the school expansion program a "must" and called upon the citizens of the community to help the Academy officials realize the building program during the coming year. Genet, chairman of the executive committee and Academy president in the absence of Dr. Andron. handed over the president's Gavel toBinder. Herman Eisenberg. executive director of the Academy, presented a plaque for "Outstanding service to the students, faculty and parents of the Hebrew Academy." to Luria. 80-year-old veteran and founder of the Academy. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. pre.-ident of Hebrew Aeademy Women, extended greetings on behalf of all the Affiliated Academy Women's groups. She pledged the full -upport of her organization to the new administration and assured them that full cooperation would be extended to carry out the future plans of the Academy. Cantor Maurice Mamches ren dered a musical program of Israel songs. Congratulatory telegrams were received from Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. now in Israel, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, who are visiting in New York City. Greater Miami Chapter delegates to the sixth annual conference of the National Women s Committee of Brandeis University, held June 13 at Waltham, Mass., az (left to right) Mrs. Betty Oberstein, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. president; Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Brandeis president; Miss Lillian Goodman; and Mis. Max Shapiro. Classical Hour Adds New Features Sunday Yiddish Classical Hour now presents three new features on Sunday-. 9:30 to 11 a.m.. Station WWPB. according to Morris Nasatire. director. Nasatir this week pointed to "Landscapes of Israel." a 15-minute feature highlighting aspects of the Jewish State. Others include "News from Israel," an up-to-the minute report on latest happenings, and "Jewish Humor," gleaned from literature and happenings in Europe and Israel. Nasatir said that plans call for the addition of a news commentator and journalist to his program in the near future. IIillel I,iris \HIIKOfficers to Posts Hillel, B'nai B'rith Girls. Chapter 297. installed officers Sunday at Tyler's restaurant on West Flagler st. Officers are: president. Paula Stern field: vice president, Rosl> u Hirsch; second vice president, Ravonna ('aidwell; recording secretary, Rena Halbstein; corresponding secretary, Edith Prague; treasurer, Bonnie Mooney. Historian, Helen Kessler: sergeants at arms, Louise Srednick and Janis Block; members in training mother, Joan Bierman: chaplain, Bobbye Arner; parliamentarian. Marsha Lazar; board member, Brenda Golin. New members installed were Judy Weiss, Lynda Herman and Noney Lesser. Retiring seniors are Marian Feit, Sandra Green. Marlyne Weiss, Arlene Fransblau, Sondra Goodrich, Bernice Gottlieb. Marilyn Jackson. Carol Josephs, Judith Lewis and Marilyn Wininger. 4mlassvi' Vasst's Hoard Exam Robert L. Glasser. 27-year-old associate of his brother. Leonard H. Glasser, architect, was informed this week he passed the Florida State Board for the practice of architecture. Simultaneously, Leonard II. GlasKektri 1. C/.ss.r ser announced the expansion of their offices at 350 Lincoln Road to include custom facilities for a special department in the project field. A graduate of Miami Beach High School. Robert Glasser received Us architectural degree from the University of Florida following Navyenlistment and three years' service in the European theatre on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Bataan. He is a member of the American Legion, VFW. was president of Tau Epsilon Phi and treasurer of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. The new department, said the Glassers. will focus on "flexible" homes. Officer is Promoted Promotion of officers assigned to the Miami Army Reserve School this week included 1st Lt. Sidney L. Friedman, of Miami Beach.



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=SB&Ewi Personally SpeaKng Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebman. of 1004 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, have left to spend their summer vacation in Brooklyn. N.Y. %  it-it it Mrs. Anna Berow. of 260 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, left on vacation to Hot Springs, Ark.. St. Louis. Detroit and New York. She will be bark here for the holidays. it it it Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankel will on June 18 at St Parents are Mr Francis Hospital and Mrs. Oscar Rochkind. 634 SW 10th st Miami. Ruth Brotman. soprano, left on June 23 for a combined concert and vacation tour which will take her to North Carolina. Bayonne. N.J.. New York and Montreal. Miss Brotman returns to Miami in October. Dr and Mrs Max Pepper left leave on the Queen Mary July 7^to I June ig (o aUcnd h(1 convention of the American Medical Association in San Francisco From there, they will fly to Hawaii, stopping at the Roval Hawaiian Hotel The SS Lur j aline will bring the Peppers back to Los Angeles, where they plan to stav at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. Brief visits at Lai Vegas and Houston. Tex will be included on their itincrar) bringing them back to Miami near the end of I July. %  Mr and Mrs George Wolpert • have left by clipper for Lisbon Spain, where they will make an extensive tour of the Iberian Penin sula and its neighboring European countries. With them on the tranoceanic plane were Mr and MrMortimer Wien and Mr and MrCarl Su.-skind Nancy -lane daughter ol IT and MrMax Pepper, loft for the Blue Mountains '.imp in East Stroudsburg, Pa.. June 30 She will be i councilor then Inn. and chil Vacationing at Duncraggan Hendersonville. JTC, are Mr MrTheodore Berman and dren. 525 Palermo av,-. oral (.ah u .,.M,,-\V,lma(;ra l .tK-r_1.36S Miami: and Kin fl m SW 14th ter. BlM Hoiuiv I'riccliiian and Paul Beitfel Speak Vow-sat Home of Bride's Aunt on Beach nth st.. Zimmet. 2161 of Miami Mrs ave visit some of the countries they missed during their European tour last year. Booked by the George Kronengold Travel Service, the it inerary will include England, Scot land and the Scandinavian coun tries. The Frankels also plan to spend some time in Paris with old acquaintances before returning to Miami. nn and Sandra Lee Fr *"nl Patricia lewis Mrs Mollie Green. 1600 Euclid ave.. announces the birth of her -eat granddaughter. Lynn Sharon. Ona Kaplan Becomes Mrs Chooses Imported Chantil Sunday evening. 5:30 p.m.. at Temple Emanu-EI. Miss Ona Miriam Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and rs David Kaplan. 821 Marianna e. Coral Gables, formerly of Leonia, N.J., becami the bride of Herbert Stanley Lowe, sot I Mr id MrEmanuel Lowe. 3625 SW 26th ter. Miami. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated ;.t the double ring candlelight cerei ony. The decor of the chapel was | nk and white. Ushers were Irwin Mishkin. Walter Traung. Mark Zeligman and David Zeligman. Best man waMarshall Bernard. Maid of honor was Evelyn >>hreibman. of Forest Hills. \" V in a pink tulle gown Mrs. Kaplan selected a peacock blue chiffon, ballerina-length gown for the cererr.ony. It was complemented by >elli w orchids. The groom's mother -< lected mauve organiza with white orchid corsage. The bride selected an imported chantilly lace floor length gown •er nylon tulle and satin, fitted bodice with sweetheart neckline and gauntlets of chantilly lace. The b >uffant skirt featured an insert • : pleated tulle For something borrowed, the bride wore pearl earrings that were a gift to her mother on her 25th wedding anniversary Her fingertip French illusion veil was attached to a cloche of chan tilly lace trimmed with seed pearls and rhinestones. She carried white orchids on a Bible. For something old. the grooms natemal grandmother. Mrs Marie Levy, of New York, who flew in for the wedding, gave the bride a I-utch lace handkerchief that is i er 100 years old and was given to her by her grandmother in Germany The bride attended schoolin Leonia. and the University of Mi. ni She waa member of Miami Eeach Young Adults and is a forrer vice president and program chairman of Junior Hada-ah Mr. Lowe attended schools in New York City and has been in service for two years, spending 14 i ..nthover-eain Korea. The couple will honeymoon in Nassau and will make their home ir Miami. Herbert Lowe; Iv Luce Over I'ulie \ Mrs. Herbert S. lomt Kolman Inn., "t *575 Post ive Miami Beach, haleft lor New Yort Fro* there he will v : a for .. visil with hithe summer monthMr and Mrs Joseph II i of 1214 SW 13th ct have returned from Phoenix Ariz., where the) visited their son-in-law ter. Mr and MrPaul W Sokolofl indchildren en While there, the loured the W'esl Coasl Mi loli hajust been unanimous!) electeil presi Section ol the Institul : • He :" %  501 • third birt But on Saturda\ h< r | 5J:;T I ne, which incl i and pr entertainn • d Mrs I tein and %  33S SW 3oth rd. Ii week for Detroit, where ihej will attend the Bur Mitzvah of their grandson David Morton Levim son of Mr and MrIrvin Levine MrRuth Cohen ol Camden. N J pre-ident of B'nai B nth ol Camden, ivisiting her in-laws Mr and Mrs, Sam ( ohen Miami Mr and MrMaurice Coulton and Jamil) and MrNina Goldblatl and familj are vacationing in % %  York and Canada %  %  Visiting on a two-week -ta> end ing Saturda) il the Casablanca Ho telare MrN R Leeds and daughter. Miriam, ol N. w York Cit) ; They are bvtng entertained by Mrs ; Leeds son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Leeds. 61! NI 30th ter. Miami Miss Lewis to Wed Student August Tl A part) i". the Saxony Hotel was the occasion for the announcement of the betrothal of MisPatricia Lewis and Albert Jack Gilion The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harr) I. Lewis, Venetian Island and New York Cit) Mr. Gilson's parentare Mr and Mrs. I Gilson, Allison Island and Lawn Island, N.Y Mi-Lev, graduated from cher :. I..' Finishing School and at thi l niversit) of Miami. Vlpha F.p-ion I I -eere • i unc il and a !' rii %  % %  : Itiv n) and at i il Georgia I Ni where \ i ha I psilofl it) Vim Mcdiitructof m ne Medici School He is now .. student there and a member ol Phi Lambda Kappa. tin I1H.II fraternity The will bt married AuD thu Waktod A-toria Hotel. New York I iti Bonny Friedman and P iv \ g_ spoke their vows on Frfou j 11. Miss Friedman is the dio^l of Mrs. Sybil Friedman, loaoiS rt. Miami Beach, and Mr D2 Friedman, of New York Twl groom is the son of Mrs J?l Heigel, Ansonu Hotel. Ne v? City. The 4 p.m. ceremony teak at the home of the brid,', Mrs. Lee Spatx. 4330 Nor* Ian ave. Rabbi Mayer Mri* officiated. Ushers were Lee | Richard Levin. James and Eddie Evans. For her wedding, the bri*,-, a white organiza ballerina i scoop neckline outlined wKk i quoi.se velvet and matchiar, at the waist and organza Her shoulder-length veil of i illusion was held in place bi large turquoise velvet bow. She carried a white satin centered with white hybrid and showered with steph Miss My ma Friedman, sister the bride, was maid of ho tired in turquoise linen pink accessories. She carried a nosegay of i pink carnations and swe roses. Mrs. Friedman, the bride, chose a pale pink i tail gown and white orchid let. Floral designs were a by the Blackstone Flower The bride is a graduate c York Schools and attended Broslyn College. She is associated tHSaks Fifth Avenue The grand i graduate of Irving School HITW] eytown, N.Y. He attended Is 1 College in Schenectedy and ated from Columbia Unrveraffl] He is a member of Phi Theta and is associated with station WMGM in New York For her going away costume,! bride chose a white pique dress with black accessorial white orchid corsage I poo pletion of a honeymoon in Beach, the newlywedwill at 243 West End av. New Y < ity Skit is Planned The Dynamic foycholofkaj ciety of Greater Miami will %  Friday evening. Jul> 2. it home of Mr. and Mrs Moses I er. 6291 SW 24th st Scheduled BI| skit presented by Bill l-emUrtsM Moses Meyer entitled Humori Propaganda A.PH0T0GRAPHY for Ad Occasions 3D COMM er %  LACK I WHITE RALPH BARGTEIL 86-6468 Warshaws Reveal Zella Eve's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jay Warshaw of 1795 SW 14th ave. announce the engagement of their daughter. Zella Eve. to Mr Gilbert B Schwartz. Mi-s Warshaw attended Miami Senior High School, where -he Wtt vice president of National Honor Society, vice pre-ident of Thespians, president of the Dramatics Club, vice president of Little Woman and secretary of Tri Alpha She inow majoring in elemental education at the Universit) of Miami, where she wasecretary of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshnians Women Honorary Society and a junior counselor in the residence hall. Mr. Schwartz, a CPA. is the son of Mrs. Irene Schwartz. Coral Gables, and Jrlr. Nat Schwartz. Cleveland He is a partner in the firm of Sadoff & Schwartz, certified public accountants. i _^ He attended the Cnivers.ty of I Theat ef Party Discussed Pennsylvania, served with the U.S.' Army during World War II in the Pacific and resumed his education at Western Reserve University and the University of Miami. So*nUf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs BuffUts • Garden Parties CAT E RIM C A Complete Sen ice So Parry Too Small No Party Too Laree Hi Dadt Boulevard Miami Beach Phone HWJ |f No Answer Call 84-^)78 I nJcr Rabbinic*! Supervision •rtt lurdine's,. J~U*~ %  **, ihe home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS a pt off Mi -mi Mi mi Be^h Ft. LauderdaU • Wast Palm Baa* YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WE*AR ON MIAMI BEACBj at Irving La X pre>ldem an |j that Haaler Granada JtvM ftZ niunity Center „ T^... ( m it nmg to discuss ng theater part> "• Center,' Clim j % MORRIS BROTHERS • MIAMI BEACH ,Wl WASHINGTON AVEHUE



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FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1954 1 ii 1 ; PAGE 6B a Administration Partiality Rapped By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency (used to do. and they aro encour^J",^, ^, n Arab "fean. Mr • I aged to exact larger and target Bjrrojae ^ ^ f I..,I anH from t't lsrdtl .._ ., twr1 W ASH1NGT0N-Member> of .he concessions from Israel and from lour Ml country U the art* ^^ to rater to tto %  • terwhlch(1 ,, : no, r ; .o. ;i ; :i; i CtEAM CHEESE !STT CREAM CREESE IN THE JEWISH HOME UNLESS ITS lem. in -^ > %  • ,he ^^Ser c^e for alarm/ Analyan* reeenl testimony beW ou!d hope %  Xo ,(*£ l!u c.mUr fore the committee, the memoranen ce It aould^^^ to dum eapoaas an attempt to staft munist poUejamen^ condemnenj q^ ^ m history %  E5 BlssSSisaSft =*3S=sa Piihlk prepared the analydefend I : .ed on the 1300-page | Tne Zloni s,s tell the C.m.r. -• ^.. script of hearings before them on „ ta not impartiality!..bring ,. JWJ ,. w nu |,,rr in the nwo acquiescence In ',vu "> l transcript 01 neannp ^... %  ••-men n i> %  • >, \nairs Committee on the pressure against one side ana 10 4 Mutual Security A pamper and coddle the other i, *w* ,r. the testfwoaf A •*•*£ %  .£,£ ^ b, Arthur Z Gardiner, chief polltest.mon> of Henry J t > !" *^ e .eOMak a**** of the State s, (State in c. Departments Near E-stern Dn* f Near Eastern Affa.^Ju^ n We are deeply disturbed.' IS arms aid to Iraq. Mr B.n-.m the Ziomt. "bv the political sa,d: "There is a new sp>nt in £!ES£ 2 *•" of the inn, For the f-i,. *JJ5 data of the Department of the government of that count. for m our judgment they re:ng around making open ami effec veal that the implementation of live anti-Communist speeches Bui LS pohcy ,n the Near East when asked about recent wolent ? ££T SLSTSISI purp sts -^-.j^r-r=der,:; ew'h POP!.' lM tt_ MftMt homeland he tonunwen mid "And American Jena %  d h ,v proud because of out %  £ %  great coun.ry'-on.ribuU.n TI be no more sordid ant.-ch max ,„ this great historic redemP; Uon than to suggest that he Jcu l4l state should now port a Mgn n the harbor of Haifa Vo more "...ma) enter here.' Only one completely henrtU to he long hlstorji of 20 centur.es of disper .,„,, wandering could enter twisting the JewnH into a sardonic creature. look for fne nome occep'ed for generofions i iewijh homes..._ A fovorito for generation?.. % Breakstone's Cream Cheese it • preferred because it's richer, creamier, smoother. The perfect spread for bagels and matzah • the ideal complement to Ion, whitefish, and all other smoked fish. And so convenient and thrifty in that handy big % lb. package. • • • • • • • • • • t r ^^^\-^N-^'>— %  ^>-^''\-/^~-'V-"'WWWA<< %  kg Arab belligerence agair.-has %  tod during the last year and w!-\ peace is (uftker afl than e\-er before The Arafc nates weed to war against the :M~ United Nations dein an effort to prevt stuaent Having failed iLgression. the . have since blix-kaded and boycotted Israel re jetting all proposals to enter ar> d Bat the toe•smitted by Mr Gardiner .^ck of the Arab states to b• %  • make caaeesr :o the Arab slate lr. a %  j pa,e* negotiatk.r.s He I no such demands upon the no are permitted to infer -, ^> ui'.h Ian* -lined by Mr Gar; Thsaid -morand. appears HI u< that t has-e now abandoned any preter.se ot avowed %  nparnaut) IVi < %  > are ear refusal to answer ted W a tk a w aaaea aatb L*r< -"-an has reeerZionists want to know "hi he can b at -ure that the open and effective anti-Communist Speeches are not being made for external political purp Mr Gardmer takes seriously the alleged Arab fears that Israel must ^nd territonalh because of it> immigration policy Here he indicates a difference of >r. with hi> superior. 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•RIDAY. JULY 2, 1954 iureau Approves lode of Practices : or Teachers Here Bureau of Jewish Education is |t Mr third such organization throughout the United States [which has approved jt new Code of %  Practice and Standards for SunrlaJ[school Teachers, according to an Jannouncement this week by Mali Ida H. Ratner, president of the IBUK/3. The Code of Practice, passed by It he Bureau board of directors on pune 21. will be effective in SepItimber. 1955. The Sunday School Code deals |with employment of teachers, tenjre after teaching in one institution for a period of two years, regulations tor discharge and resignation of teachers, provisions outlining teacher* responsibilities and duties and a minimum salary Kate. The code further calls for the licensing of all Sunday school leanerby September, 1955, and outline-.* -ecular and religious educational qualifications. Purpose of khe code is "to bring order into existing conditions of Sunday school Jeacher employment and to bring about such harmonious relationShips that both schools and teachers may best carry out their respective roles to the best of their ability and cooperate toward their common goal of advancing the standards of Jewish education in Greater Miami." Hoard of directors of the Bureau |nf Jewish Education has also approved a revision of Practices and ^Standards for Hebrew Teachers in Jewish chools of Greater Miami, first f rmulated in 1949. The reirised Hebrew Teacher Code clarifies en \ loyment and tenure, raises khe minimum salary scale and outlines the duties, responsibilities, lours ol service and teachers' participant n in school activities. The code includes a new provision for employing a teacher as a lulltime congregational staff memir in\ King a total program of educati' nal activity. Both the Sunday School and He bn %  s, ol teachers' codes will be presentid to all Jewish congregalions in Greater Miami for review and formal ratification. +Je*lstint>rM**n PAGE SB CkwrJtt S. lithmam Liebman Awarded Scholarship National Student Association has selected Charles S. Liebman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman. 1748 Biarritz dr.. Miami Beach, as the recipient of one of the 12 scholarships it awards nationally, for a 6-week course at Harvard to study international affairs and international student relationships. Liebman has just completed his sophomore year at the University of Miami, where he is an honor student. Prior to entering the University of Miami, he completed Unified Fund Raising in U.S. For Three Schools Approved JERUSALEM (WNS) —The Hebrew University has agreed in prinple to a plan calling for the consolidation of fund raising efforts in the United States for the University, the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Haifa Technion. it was revealed here this week by Dr. George Wise, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and chairman of the university's board of governors. high school studies at the Herzliah Gymnasium in Tel Aviv. Israel. In addition to outstanding scholastic achievement. Liebman has been active in Student Government, not only locally but also as vice president of the Great Southern Region of the National Student Association, and University of Miami chairman of International Affairs. He has been appointed N.S.A. chairman for the University for the coming year. At the conclusion of the seminar at Harvard, Liebman will attend the annual convention of the National Student Association, to be held August 22 to September 1 at the University of Iowa, as a member of the University of Miami delegation. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 23*4 AVE. Ph. 4-5160 MJVI your roof repaired now: you will uvo on a now roof latir "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" _i: llcckor Named to ouii4*ilor's Post Sam R. Becker, secretary-treasurer ot the Miami Beach Federal and Loan Association, has een named a national councilor to Ihe t'hamber of Commerce of the L'mted States, according to announcement by Alfred G. Peterson, Oretmu ch. Conn., president of the National Savings and Loan League, Which organization Becker will represent Becktr will serve as chairman of Ihe league's delegation to the cham" nual and special meetings. He was formerly Florida's rep% tentative to the league's board of %  ••vernors and a member of execute committee. The National -eague is a nationwide trade ortamzatii n in the thrift and home linanctng fields. Becki is term as national councillor will run through June, 1955. Bnd h. ill represent the National wvinp. and Loan League at the fnnual meeting of the Chamber of '•mmerce of the United States to "eld in Washington, DC, next \pril executive head of the P"'""i Beach Federal Savings f-oan Association. *3W vn yn rm


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^wifeltUElliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 28—Number 27 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Sharett Says Israel Won't Buy Peace With Arabs "When do we eat?" ask these babies at Pioneer Women's nursery in Elat, Israel, southernmast outpost of the Negev, where Pioneer Women's sister organization, the Working Women's Council, opened the first children centers. Warns That Friendships Must Be Guaranteed in Trouble Area TEL AVIV (JTA) — Premier Moshe Sharett <>f Israel served notice on the Western I'ower tb.il week that the Jewish State will not purchase peace nor prospects of rapprochment with the Arab States by sacrificing its security, independence or development possibilities The Israeli leader's statement followed submission to him last week of 'proposals'' by the United States, Britain and France aimed at strengthening the United Nations truce observance machinery in Palestine. Mr. Sharetts reply was outlined in his speech this week before the convention of the General Zionist Party of Israel. He laid down Israel's four-point conditions for agreement on any proposal for Middle East peace and stability. "We shall consider carefully and with goodwill every suggestion that might bring near peace for Israel and stability to the Middle East.'' Mr. Sharett promised. "However, any settlement suggested—total or U.S. Seeks to Encourage Stability Through UN Mortimer May is Elected President of Zionist Organization; Murphy in Talk NEW YORK (JTA) — The 57th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, at Its closing session Sunday unanimously adopted a resolution urging the government of fhe United States "to reconsider the contemplated arms shipments to the Arab States A Mich could prove disastrous to Middle East stability Mortimer May, of Nashville, Tennessee, veteran Zionist and communal leader, was unanimously •luted president of the Zionist Organization of, America. The election was uncontested. Dr. Emanuel Neumann was elected chairman of 'he national ZOA executive committee; Dr. Harris J. Levine, chair man of the national administrative council; Herman L. Weisman vice chairman of the national executive committee. I. S. Turover, of Wash'ngton, was elected treasurer. The resolution declared that "rekent actions of our State Department and certain of its officials [jeopardize our country's traditionpolicy of friendship for Israel as I well as America's vital interest in I promoting peace and stability in I the Middle East." Another resolution demanded that "Rumania immediately halt its persecutions of Zionists and Jewish community leaders, release these innocent people and permit their emigration to Israel." The convention declared that "the worst forms of totalitarian brutality are being inflicted on Rumanian Jews merely because they assisted some of their brothers and sisters to emigrate to Israel." The resolution calling upon the United States to reconsider its decision on sending arms to Arab states was adopted following a report to the convention of I. L. Kenen, executive director of the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, which is watching developments in Washington. Mr. Kenen charged that '.the apparatus of the Department of State, primarily concerned with the Near East affairs, is being fully utilized to alienate our friends in Congress and in all walks of public opinion," and in the hope of convincing President Eisenhower and Scrc Ury of State John Foster Dulles that the majority of the American people favor a "new look" in the U.S. policy toward Israel. •The new climate in Washington," Mr. Kenen said, "dictates an intensification of our work. If, during 1951 and 1952 we found ourselves advocating a pro-Israel program in harmony with our government, in 1953 and 1954. we find ourselves in a semingly endless dispute with the Department of State. We are in a continuing struggle to defend our cause from attack and to maintain and reinforce the broad friendship for Israel in Congress and American public opinion." Earlier, President Eisenhower told the convention that he considers the Zionist Organization of America to be a group which"dedicates itself "with vigor" to many "constructive activities" in the United States and to the "cultural enrichment" of American Jewry. He lauded the ZOA for strengthening mutual understanding between the people of Israel and the United States. The President expressed his senContinued on Pag* t A partial—to us mu.t satisfy, the following four conditions: Israel's exU I state would have to be guaranteed; its security would hate to be guaranteed: its independence would have to be guaranteed; and its development possibilities must be left unhampered. "We will neither purchase peace nor the prospects of a rapprochment" by sacrificing even one of these conditions." the Premier strc-sd. He added that relations between Israel and all other countries would be weighed in terms of these four points Mr. Sharett's declaration capped a week of major developments in Israel's foreign affairs of which the following were the high points: The State Department notified Israel that the Jewish State will receive no further economic aid for the fiscal year. Israel had been told it would receive from S55 millions to $70 millions. The cut-off came as Israel aid reached a total of $52 millions. The Foreign Operations Administration, acting on State Department order.-, notified Israel that its request for a further grant of $15 millions had been rejected and Israel must reckon on receiving less economic aid In the next fiscal year. Dr. Peretz Bernstein. Israel Minister of Commerce, told General Zionists in Tel Aviv that Israel American relations had taken a turn for the worse and American policy had taken an anti-Israel trend. Ambassador Abba S. Eban of Israel, in conversations at the State Department, expressed displeasure at allegations of "expansionism" by Israel made before Congressional committee* by Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade and by Arthur Z. Gardiner, economic and poll Continued on Pago 4 A State Department Reveals Cuts In Mutual Security for Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department has notified the Israel Government that the United States has decided to cut short the amount of economic aid Israel was led to expect during the current fiscal year. Israel had been told It could count on aid this year amounting to a figure somewhere between li Am a Zionist* Says Churchill ir Winston Urges Aid to Jewish State WASHINGTON (JTA) — Prime Minister Winston Churchill, speaking before more than 1,000 members of the press corps here, went out of his way to register strong support of Israel and called Americans to "help forward the legitimate Zionist aspiaattoaa.? He emphasized that he | considers himself a Zionist. The British Prime Minister made his statement fn reply to La question put to him by Milton | Friedman. Jewish Telegraphic Igency eorrespondent This was i of about six written questions on vital world problems which he chose to answer from a great number of other questions submitted to him on many issues. Sir Winston inferentially refuted recant anti-Israel expressions by Henry A Byroade. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Mr Byroade expressed concern over l leged Arab "fears" of over-population of Israel, but Sir Winston said that the population in Palestine was far greater 2.000 years ago than it is today. He also expressed optimism on eventual Arab Israel peace. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles listened intently at the head table as Sir Winston spoke before television cameras and a world radio hook-up. He appear $55,000,000 and $70,000000. To date. $52,000,000 has been granted and Israel has been informed that this is all it will get. Meanwhile, Israel has been advised to expect less assistance in the new fiscal year beginning July 1. An Israel request for $51,000,000 from current funds to buy urgently needed supplies was rejected, and Israel was informed that she has used up all funds that she ean expect during the current fiscal year. Harold E. Stasscn, Foreign Operation Administrator, acting on a state Department decision, informed Ambassador Abba Eban of this by letter this week. Mr. Stassen said 4ess economic help will be forthcoming for Israel and Israel should therefore plan accordingly. It was noted by State Department sources that the Israel Government informed the Knesset on June 14 that $74,000,000 was ex ed in response to a luncheon in v nation extended to him and Forj p^.,^ from the United States dur eign Secretary Anthony Eden by j ing the current lisc ,| period. Men tioning this specifically Mr Stassen said no such sum could be exa joint committee of press, radio and TV correspondents "1 am a Zionist," the British Prime Minister said, "let me make that clear. I was one of the Continued on Pag* 2 A pected by Israel in view of Admin istration plans to increase aid to the Arab states. The Stassen letter was in answer to Israel's request for the $15,000,000 Israel had reason to expect it was to receive as the remainder of undrawn aid. Israel was told that $52,500,000 has been granted and this is adequate in view of improvements the United States feels Israel has achieved in its economic life. Meanwhile Ambassador Abba S. Eban of Israel, meeting with Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade, expressed displeasure over allegations of Israel "expansionism" repeated to the House Foreign Affairs Committee by Mr. Byroade and Arthur Z. Gardiner, it was learned here this week. Mr. Gardiner is chief political and economic advisor of the Near Eastern Division of the State Department which Mr. Byroads heads. Both testified before the House body on pending Mutual Security legislation that Israel's "expansion" was a factor in the Middle East tension. Mr. Byroade gave currency to this contention in his speech be fore the American Council of Judaism and it was subsequently repeated in testimony before the committee. Israel diplomats here it is known, have vigorously OOB teS ted this in discussions with the State Department.



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PAGE 2 A Independence Day Rally Scheduled FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1954 Louis Ossinsky, Sr.. of Daytona Beach, Florida, president, District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith. will deliver the feature address at an annual Independence Day patriotic rally on Sunday night, July 4, 8:15 p.m., at the Flamingo Park bandshall under the sponsorship of Miami Be.ac,h Lodge No. 1591. Highlight of the rally will be a musical program played by a concert band of 26 musicians in cooperation with the Miami Federation of Musicians, Local 655. of the American Federation of Musicians. Gilbert J. Balkin. president of the sponsoring Lodge, is general chairman for the 4th of July program. Serving with him as co-chairman is Burnett Roth. Miami Beach councilman. Arrangements for the rally are being made through the cooperation of Jack M. Fink, chairman of Miami Beach Lodge Americanism j and Civic Affairs Committee. Members of this committee Including Ernest I. Kass, Julius J. Perlmutter. Roth. David Schwartz, j Meyer Teigman, Aaron Courshon, Meyer F. Cohien. Martin Drexel, Bernard Frank. Saul Friedman, Jack Gordon and Max Weiss. The public is invited to attend the outdoor rally, Balkin -aid. Ossinsk) is a member ol Horn and Ossinsky, the oldest original continuous law partnership in Valusia County. Burn in Jackson ville in 1902, he attended Hie University of Georgia ami John B. Stetson University receiving the Bachelor of Lawdegree. Inil9f. he wa> asM-.ant coach of athletics at Stetson and held the post Of athletic director at Sea Breeze High School. Daytona Beach, in NM-26. Admitted to the bar in 1925. he entered upon the partnerI ship of Horn and Ossinsky Ossinsky is president and gen I oral counsel oi Silver Dollar. Inc., president and general counsel Of l.umar. Inc., vice president and general counsel of the National Association for Stock Car Auto 'Racing. Inc. (NASCAR), genera I counsel for radio station WMrJ and general counsel for the Rldg'way Transfer Storage Company. He is a member of the American 1 Bar Association, the Florida Bar and the Volusia County Bar Association, having served the latter as president. Fraternally. Ossinsky is affiliated with the Free and Accepted Masons, the Ancient Arabic Order ol Nobles ol tlio Mystic Shrine, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the B'nai B'rith He has been president of state and local lodges of B'nai B'rith and has received a plaque for outstandin deavor In behalf of the order and the public, He is a member and pasl president ol Temple Israel, Daytona Beach, and a trustee ol Temple Beth El. Mr. and Mrs Ossinsky are the parents ol three children, Max Irwin, I ouis, Jr., and Judith Kstelle. Center Plans Meeting H 1( ,| 1Ir center will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday evening. July 6 The meeting will he held ,„„'„„ „,, .11 atfll.ates „ the enter at 8 p.m. Acting l'";" k >' Albert Wcinberg !" P rwW £ n 2j Wednesday. July 7. at 8 p.in Bikur Icholim will sponsor a rtrawberq i iesiiv.il and card party _!————' Sherman to Talk u TM Sherman, architect, designer and decorator, will discusi Thl \rt m Architecture for Friends 0< the Seven l-.vely Arts a( 21(H) Washington ..ve on Friday ,t H ;o p in 1 li.nin Rose, staff P"hlicisi Ol the Miami Beach Beciea tiOD nepartment. will preside at the forum. DAY WORKERS H.trl Mi4( • rrfn %  Dishwashers Colored Maids-Part Tim* ar'.fajl Time ill Private lUmei ACE EMPLOYMENT 1f7 NE. lot Ave. PH. I.M07 No Ctiaro to Emoloytr Shown planning the annuai Independence Duy rally, to be held on Sunday night, July 4, at Flamingo Park, under the: sponsorship of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, are (left to right) Hon. Burnett Roth, Miami Beach city councilman and co-chairman; Caesar LaMonaca, music conductor; and Gilbert J. Balkin, general chairman. VENETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME iFormcrly Douglas Nursing Home) CONVALESCENTS — INVALIDS — CHRONIC — AGED REGISTERED, NURSES — 24-H0UR NURSING CARE Special Diets Strictly Observed 1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE (Between Venetian & Mc Arthur Causeways) TELEPHONE 9-7640 Mr. and Mrs, Nathan K. Spector, Directors louis Ossinsky, Sr. Sir Winston Calls For Aid to Israel Continued from Page 1 A original ones after the Balfour Declaration, and 1 have worked faithfully tor it. I think it is a most wonderful thing that this communitj should have establish ed Itself, so effectively turning the desert into fertile gardens and thriving townships! and -honlil have afforded a refute to the millions oi Iheir co religion i-iwho had suffered so fearfull) under Hitler, and nol only under Hitler, pern cution. 1 think it is a wonderful (hint:. %  i al o have a greal likin I i the Arabs. 1 was the man wh pointed Abdullah to be Kit Trans-Jordania; I presented to the cabinet thai idea, and they pul it into force. Alas, he had been murdered, tmt i have the greatest re Card for Hie Arab.-, too Kealh. I think we ought to be able, somehow or other, to use our influence from every quarter to make them work out a plan together. "It iso easy to reduce what little there is of that part of the world to the desert, to the level of the desert, and that is all that can be done by their quarrels; whereas, by agreements, and U forth, we may be able to greatly increase the population who can live in that area. 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)AY. JULY 2. 1954 frw#ft/far***ST PAGE 3 B iLOBAL SHORTS Lyd Soys Britain Seeks lei-Arab Dispute Meeting LONDON (JTA) — The British i\eminent is doing its best to ig Arabs and Israelis together I he rwtution oi their disputes. i\n Lloyd. Minister of State, glared in •hwHou^rfrfl-Gwirfnons. [complained that "the more that paid in public, the more difficult ; to get the two sides together." Lloyd had been asked by Eric hnson, a Conservative M.P., pther the government would not to persuade the Jordan Govern\n\ to make full use of the UnitNations machinery to settle its Ipute with Israel. rkey Ready to Join West Middle East Guarantee JEW YORK (JTA) — Turkey khes to be associated with the litt'i. States, Britain and Prance [any new guarantee against aglasion in the Middle East, the York Times reported here m Ankara. The newspaper disih -aid that Washington. Lonand Paris are studying the of including Turkey in a pngthened version of the tripardeclaration of May 25, 1950 lich guaranteed the territorial Jus quo in the Middle East. They lee that Ankara should take part Tnew assurances to both the \t and Israelis against aggres0. the paper said. ileswig-Holstein Soys No I International Fascist Party ll'EBECK (JTA) —The Governnt (: Schleswig-Holstein has profited the holding of the internail congress of neo-Fascists rh was to have opened in the i-ention hall here on June 24. congress, which was to have attended by 3,000 delegates \n West Germany, Scandinavia, Benelux countries, Italy and fcentinu, was sponsored by the fallal "European Liaison Ofihe coordinating agency of irganiaod anti-Semitic, Fascist jpThe state government |iud the assembly following vig^rotests by the German trade on movement and other demolic groups in West Germany. inch Premier and Wife Art | Sephardic Jewish Origin fARIS (WNS) — Both Premier rre Mendes France and his wife of Sephardic Jewish origin, but Iher of them has displayed any pn-t in Jewish affairs though were raised in a Jewish atSphere. The Premier, one of the Digest men ever to be elected tlu Chamber of Deputies, was ii in Paris. His wife is of an fptiun Jewish family. When nee fell to the Hitlerian |rde, Pierre Mendes France fled irth Africa, where he was ar}ed by the Vichy regime and tened to a six-year prison term. |i'>raped to London after serving >ear and joined the Free Inch as an active bomber pilot. rman Mayor Bam Hitler nth Parley at Kassel [i:\NKFURT (JTA)—The Lord l">r of Kassel, near here, revers-tand and prohibited the l'iiany-wide conference of the It It r Youth" Division of the Hit1 Elite Guard, which had been |eduled there for the week-end. Lord Mayor acted after trade on leaders warned him an asbly of SS men would result in ket demonstrations. Sptnd your vocation in HM Bin* kidee Motintoins The Horowitz Konher inn 331 First Avt., W. HandarsMville, N.C. 31*4 SlAiOM Kosher food*, prepared In the "'-•can Style by enpert coon*, r .t or phono tMo for rmrvi. %  %  All room* with private and % "",„ %  hath*. Personal RuprrvlKion of Mra. A. Horowita •4*+*4P*4*4P*4*0>4P-4r Ben-Zvi Undergoes Surgery; Condition 'Satisfactory' JERUSALEM (JTA)—Itzhak BenZvi, 70-year-old President of Israel, was reported here to be in a "satisfactory" condition following a minor surgery. He will be hospitalized for about ten days. Key Auerbach Witness is Convicted for Perjury MUNICH (JTA) —The key witness in the state's case against Philip Auerbach, onetime head of the Bavarian Restitution Office who committed suicide immediately after his conviction on charges of fraud in office, was convicted of perjury in another case by the Munich Court of Appeals. The convicted perjurer, Karl-Diekow, had testified that Dr. Auerbach demanded a kickback from a contract awarded Diekow by his office. At the time Diekow was a witness in the state's case against Dr. Auerbach, his own perjury trial was pending. Dr. Teller Revealed as Father of H-Bomb NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Edward Teller, 46-year-old Hungarian refugee of Jewish parentage, was described this week as the "father of the H-bomb" in the release of testimony in the case involving Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, head of the United States atomic program during World War II. Dr. Teller, who was born in Budapest, obtained his higher education in Germany, receiving a Doctorate in Philosophy from Leipzig University in 1930 when he was 22 years of age. Within a year he was involved in important research work at Goettingen, but in 1933 he was forced to flee the Nazis, going first to Denmark then to London. Dr. Teller entered the United States in 1935. Canadian Government Presents Radio Series OTTAWA (JTA) — A series of eight radio broadcasts on discrimination in employment presented by the Canadian Department of Labor in cooperation with the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews was inaugurated on Sunday with an introduction to the series by Walter Harris, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, the Department of Labor announced here. Weizmonn Day Set for November 2 by Cabinet JERUSALEM (WNS)—The Israel Cabinet has voted to designate November 2 as the official annual memorial for Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the late first President of Israel. The day coincides with the Balfour Declaration in which the late President played a leading role. Miami Beach Zionist Districts Membership Committee is shown making plans for its membership drive to begin shortly and scheduled to run through Rosh Hashonah. The District's goal is 500 new members. Seated are Fred Jonas, president (left), and Judge Charles Gertier. membership chairman. Standing (left to right) are Dave Goodwin, John L. Leibowitz, Alex Van Stradten, J. J. Schneider and Philip V. Salmon. Anti-Semitic Publication Distributed in Maine PORTLAND (J'rA~About 50,000 copies of the anti-Semitic publication, Common Sense, containing an article headlined. "McCarthy and His Enemies," were imported into Maine, apparently in connection with the election primaries at which McCarthy supported Robert L. Jones sought to unseat U.S. Senator Margaret Chase Smith. The copies, according to the Bangor police, reportedly were brought into the state by truck from New Jersey. The paper is published in Union, N.J. The copies were being distributed in all the cities of the state. Pelham Village Shelves Proposal Barring Center PELHAM (JTA) — Rather than face the possibility of protracted legislation over the constitutionality of a proposed ordinance which would require consent of the village board before a building could be converted to educational or religious use, the North Pelham board of trustees has voted to shelve the measure. Opponents of the measure charged that it had been introduced to forestall establishment of a Jewish center in North Pelham. A new measure to provide for rezoning of the village "to protect the character of residential areas" will be introduced. Sobel is Elected Allen A. Sobel of Miami was elected president of the Florida Undergraduate Optometric Association of the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tenn., at a recent meeting. 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UDAY. JULY 2, 1954 *Jmi*ti Meridian PAGE 3 A urphy Was Undecided on Attending Meet By BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Telegraphic Agency ZIONIST AFFAIRS: Now that the (invention of the Zionist Organization of America is over, it can be revealed that Deputy Under-Secrelary of State Robert Murphy, after cepting the invitation to address ZOA convention, attempted %  der to withdraw his acceptance It was after much wire pulling [•hind the scenes in Washington hat he finally conceded to appear ZOA leaders in New York had few uneasy days when they learn consider the contents of the mess age a blow to attempts by the American Council for Judaism to insinuate that Zionism in America implies double loyalty The President distinctly welcomed the fact that the ZOA is strengthening mutual understanding between the people of Israel and the United States Furthermore, he lauded the ZOA for its "constructive activities" in the United States and for its work in the field of cultural enrichment of American Jewry He obviously referred to the late Supreme Court Justice Brandeis ,--„.. %  >. v ..... oti^uir DldllUI'l that Mr. Murphy was backing | when he said that the ZOA has in ut after it was announced that he las to be a guest speaker at the Dn vent ion They breathed sier a few days later when word r me from Washington that he had nally made up his mind to keep Is promise Delegates at the > \ convention noted the fact that resident Eisenhower, in his mess le of greetings to the convention, r'Lulously avoided mention of %  word "Israel" .. Nevertheless, the ZOA leader Hp was happy with President enhower's message They eluded "some of America's most distinguished citizens" All this should take much of the wind out of the sails of the anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism Although nothing of special importance developed at the convention, the delegates were impressed with one thing They realized that the ZOA leadership has during the year become more expert in fund-raising During the past year a beginning was made on the creation of a National 500 Club with the idea to get 1,000 ZOA IK iniord M. Swerdlin. Miami attorney, is new national execute committeeman lor air of the Reserve Officers Association : the United States. He was elected for a two-year term at the roup's recent convention in Omaha, Neb. A Major and proict officer of the 9187th Air Reserve Group. Swerdlin is shown Bft) with Colonel C. Herzog, attache of the State of Israel at demonstration of infantry and artillery fire power held by e Infantry School. Fort Benning. Ga.. last week. The Miami (torney attended the demonstration on special invitation of f* Department of State, also extended to some 40 embassies Washington. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY JOHN UTTER, C.nW.ctcr SUNDAY, JULY 4th, 8:30 P.M. SANROMA LOLA RUTH MOO Unrtstrvtd Balcony Seats Hoe. TaOl* 18.00, ft.50. Ree. Dreea Circle JIM, Symph. Office. Cordtha Beak Shop or M. B. Auditorium. 75c GEORGE KR0NENG0LD CMUAJING HIS Mtft AHNIVtKSAtr m TNI TKAVU IUNfSS INVITES TOO TO JOIN HIS FIRST FLORIDA ISRAEL EUROPE TOUR You will spend Noah Haehena, Yam Kippur. Succoth In laraal and Viait n nct BaldHim. Holland. Switzerland and Italy. Sail August M — I Return October 21. M Day. all expense escorted tour. ITOURIST — $1720 CASIN — lt35 FIHST CLASS $2065 \USTM TO STATION WMf iUMOAY, 10:30 AM. 1140 ON TOO! UAL FOOD to ISRAEL the easy way .' [Service for laraal Scrip CertHicatea far 110, tIS. • and WO or Parcel Certificates tor your choice of aeven kosher parcels. $10.50 up. |'NMr>fNMNT TOWS, STtAMSHIF ANN AattMH TKKfTi fyftrWNHf GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE MIAMI Qf'KI: ft3 Chamber of C %  % %  %  %  Ms*. Tolfhap 3-7*31 evadey IM1IS NKW YORK OFFICE: HaUl Governor Clinton members to donate $500 a year to give Xhe ZOA the financial basis it needs to function effectively MtleMigh only a few months have passjtd ice the drive began, about l70r_gally paid-up members were honored at the convention The feeling at the convention was that the Club will grow in the coming year and, with it, ZOA come. inTHE AMERICAN SCENE: Election of Alfred E. Perlman, the Minneapolis-born and Colorado-trained engineer, to the presidency of New York Central Railroad, has caused some eyebrow raising since few Jews hold key administrative jobs on American railroads But Bernard Postal and Lionel Koppman. authors of the soon-to-be published A Jewish Tourist's Guide to the U.S. tell me that Jews have had a considerable role in the development of railroads in this country Several sections of the Santa Fe Lines were built or financed by Jews Jesse Seligman was responsible for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad through Arizona and New Mexico Maurice W. Levy of Wichita was an associate of Jay Gould in the building of the Wichita and Western, also part of the Santa Fe Philip Prager built large sections of the Santa Fe in New Mexico Theodore Judah, whose grandfather was a Connecticut Jew, built California's first railroad and planned what became the initial transcontinental line Baltimore's Solomon Etting was among the founders of the country's first railroad, the Baltimore & Ohio Benjamin Gratz, of Lexington, Ky., organized the Lexington and Ohio Railroad, the first west of the Alleghanie.s Fred Salomon, the first Jewish settler in Colorado, was the prime mover in organizing the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, of which Perlman was president when he was moved up to the New York Central Job Otto Mears, also o f Colorado, built s Las Vegas Hotel to be Ready in December Alfred Gottesman and Harry Zaret, of Miami Beach, have announced plans for the construction of the Dunes Hotel, multi-million dollar resort on the Las Vegas strip in Nevada. 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awiisltUEIIiDiciidlJiauR IIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 2, 1954 SEC. B >ias in Employment Heavy, NCRAC Findings Reveal ATLANTIC CITY — Em}ment discrimination against t> is more widespread than is erally recognized, even in pe&s when jobs are plentiful, aciing to a report last week to the r 'lay annual conference of the tonal Community Relations AdIry Council, coordinating body lix national and 32 local Jewish ups engaged in combatting antimtism. \hreport pointed out that antih bias in employment, which hill strong, frequently goes united because of the high level mployment among Jewish workIt recommended that the probof employment discrimination I\P much greater attention i Jewish community relations ticies and Jewish vocational (ices than it is getting. It also kneed a number of recommend }n< for dealing effectively with problem. irnard H. Trager of Bridgeport, eeted NCRAC chairman, said report was based on .the pro ings of a two-day conference %  representatives of Jewish com V %  > relations agencies and Jew Miealional agencies held some ago in New York. It was pre UsIf t. BmrnktM irnhffl to Head Chest Drive •ter R. Bamhill, promotion nager of the Miami Herald, last ek was appointed 1955 campaign lirman for the Community Chest |I>ade County, it was announced B. Hiram Blakey, Chest pro|m. he once-a-year drive, beginK in November, raises operating ds for 22 different local, wefand youth organizations and National li$0 all at one time. he new chairman is one of the ngest volunteers ever appointed lead the Red Feather drive. Deshis youth, he has an outstandrecord in top chest campaign Its. Hade's first Million Dollar st Campaign in 1053. Barnhill co-chairman of the Chest's Dion "A," which raises the largshare of the annual drive pugh Urge corporation and in(dual gifts, w to that, he served as an adto the "big money" division, worked on special gifts in %  Chert drives. He became a nber of toe Chest board in 1952. |is also an executive board ntemof the South Florida Council. Scouts of America, one of the local Red Feather agencies par Dating in the joint fund raising taraerd N. Tragar sented to the session by Louis Feinmark, president of the New Haven Jewish Community Council, chairman of the NCRAC Committee on Employment Discrimination. The report stressed the need for Jewish agencies to interpret the problem of Jewish employment discrimination to the public employ| went service and to the public { agencies responsible for the admin 1 istration of fair employment laws | and government regulations against | employment discrimination. Opposition Urged The urgency of the problem 6f discrimination in em ployment 1 against Jews is not recognized, the | report said, because at the present j time almost all Jewish workers are | gainfully employed. "Jews are emi ployed by Jews, they are found in j government, in civic agencies, in their own businesses, or are selfemployed in professions. This has tended to obscure the fact that employment discrimination against Jews may be continuing with only little improvement." The report stressed that discrimination on any grounds must be opposed. It pointed out that discrimination against Jews in employment is manifested in special ways that are frequently very subtle. As a consequence, the report said, "many leaders in the fight against employment discrimination appear almost totally unaware of the extent to which Jews are denied equality of employment opportunity." Among the major recommendations advanced in the report were the following: An intensification and expansion of research to produce rcli able data about Jewish occupational distribution and about the extent and areas of discrimination against Jews. The report emphasized that most important is a "continuing program of fact finding, that would involve on a routine basis the systematic compilation of information from all available sources, including employers, trade unions, schools, employment agencies and members of Jewish community organizations." Establishment and maintenance of a clearance system between vocational service agencies and community relations agencies; establishment of a permanent joint national committee of the Jewish Occupational Council, represently the vocational service agencies and the NCRAC to formulate procedures and develop a coordinated and cooperative program. The assumption of responsibility by Jewish agencies for interpreting the subtleties and special characteristics of discrimination against Jews to government agencies, for providing those agencies with information about specific cases of employment discrimination against Jews and for helping those agencies develop methods for investigating and handling cases involving discrimination against Jews. A nation-wide program to find document and interpret case* of discrimination in employment against Jews. This, it was recommended, should include a) cooperation with employment agencies and employment counsellors; b) the compilation of a list of members of Jewish community organization who could furnish information about Jewish employment in specific plants and industries, the policies of management, the attitudes of individual officials and department heads ; c) routine questioning of all applicants who use vocational agencies regarding their employment experience. A call for a partnership between the echolar and the layman to bring about a new dawn of Jewish learning in America was at 8 ,h ed F bY ^ P 3 £ lu,2nick ^h.) in the principal address at he Founders Day Exercise, of the Dropsie College, in Philadelphia Pa Shown above is the president of B'nai B'rith receiving the honorary degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters from ur. Abraham A_ Neuman. president of Dropsie College. Lookn 9 w c. ear Admiral Lewi8 L St !" "8S deft), chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, who received the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. Administration Pushes Civil Rights Programs NEW YORK (JTA) — The United States continued to move slowly but perceptibly during 1953 toward greater equality for all Americans, j regardless of race, creed or origin, according to a survey released today by the American Jewish Congress and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. In a statement issued with the Pianist in Interview Pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma will be interviewed by Mrs. Mario Volpe on Saturday, 6:30 p.m., over station WKAT. Mr. Sanroma is scheduled to appear in an all-Gershwin program on Sunday evening with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Collections Committee To Meet at Federation First official meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Collections Committee will be held on Wednesday, July 7, 12:15 p.m.. in the Federation conference room. Chairman Sam A. Goldstein, has called the luncheon meeting for the purpose of developing a swift mov ing program to collect outstanding pledges to the Combined Jewish Appeal. About 40 business men with experience in the Business and Professional Division will serve on the committee this year. "The ultimate success of this drive rests in your hands," said Goldstein in his communication to committee members earlier this week. 'The Collections Committee assumes the greatest responsibility of our drive because these collections —hard cash—will keep our institutions going, strengthen Israel's economy and support the Greater Miami welfare and health institutions which must continue to serve our growing Jewish population." I report, the organizations stated that the progress made in 1953 I and earlier years showed that the | American people were ready to 'give full effect to the Supreme j Court decision of May 17, 1954. outlawing racial segregation in the public schools and would "conform their practice to established public law and policy, whatever their personal attitudes may be.' The report is devoted to an analysis of developments during the past year in 14 major areas of national life in which civil rights are an important issue, including employment, housing, suffrage, education, the Armed Forces, mob violence, group defamation and the nation's capital. The 189-page survey, in covering developments during President Eisenhower's first year in office, notes that the newly-elected national administration "did not permit any retreat from gains achieved during previous years, pressed several important reforms toward conclusion" and took some steps "not previously attempted" but "ventured no bold innovations." In a statement issued with the report. Dr. David Petegorsky, executive director of the AJC. and Walter White, executive secretary of the NAACP, said: "The Supreme Court decision of May 17, 1954, condemning racial segregation in public schools is a, stirring reaffirmation of the fundamental American principle of equality and proof that our democratic system can correct its own defects through orderly legal processes." Temple Emanu-D Confirmation Class ofc 1953-54. Service took place on Shavuoth morning when 27 young men and women were confirmed. Bottom row (left to right) are Barbara Tut-off. H elen Redman, Maureen Cohn. Anne Fiahbein. Dawn Grossman. Marilyn Loeb. Dorothy Bauman. Harriet Gans and Rita Goldst ein. Center row are Joan Gilbert. Judith Gross, Rita Klonsky, Marcia Savransky. Cantor Philip Brummer. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Carol Cohen. Susan Talianoff. Rosalie Schwarunnan. Myra Fochtner and Roberta Rubin. Top row are Sandra Gam er. Harriet Levy, Robert Schwartzman. Michael Escott, Sheldon Reinhardt Alan Borenstein, Gail Saperstein. Harriett* Neuwirth and Shayna Roaenstrauch.



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PAGE 8 B Bljrigtl&ElftBi FRIDAY. JULY 2. ltta On f/ie Local Graduation Scene Univtr$ity of Florida columns editor of "The DartTwo Miami Beach students who' mouth." local daily ll ,w ;PjPf r m f" d received degrees from the Univtr as executive editor of Dart magas>tv of Florida will leave a record due. He plans to attend graduate i f outstanding achievement behind school in the fall. them in extra-curricular activities Boston University r „„„ Br Amons 26 students whose pic Three students from the Greaur tures will nans permanently in the j Miami area recened degrees upon University Hall oi Kan-.e are Miss graduation troir, Boston I imersity Madelvn" Weinman, daughter of Madge A Mins',.y 805 \e; Mr and Mrs Philip Weinman. 1913 Way, sras granted the BS degree Calcuis dr. and Irwin Kishner, son in the School of Education of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kishner. 250 E. Rivo Alto dr. Donald Leroy Cohen. 1031 NW Sunnybrook rd.. will receive a Bachelor of Science degree from the New York University School of Education at New York City Emory Graduates Ten It. coning a BA degree was Sue Betty Min-ky. of 1056 Venetian Way. J-na Price Asnev 7200 Bay dr. Normandy Isle Ml granted the Doctor oi Medicine Steohens Graduates Several degree-bearing young ladies took part in commencemer.'. "rr^r^m^udentswere exercises at Ste l^oUge. Co .warded degrees at Emory Un.verlumbia. M*. ** !" *'J*. 1 ^ titcommencement everc.se, nfK marched don the lan. Atlanta. Pat B linger. 2625 SW j Wellesley College campus on June 17th ave.. received a Doctor of j 1* Medicine degree. Receiving Bach elor of Business Administration Many parent* traveled to Columbia for the three-day commence eiOI Ul DUMIICM .-„,I*,,.-,, ..•* t/m ,v. .~ degrees were Mark R. Rubin. 220 : ment program at Stephens, whicn ... .. • t• .i..j.j i„^itin'.i Kill to which Beacom blvd.. and Joe N I'nger. 2625 SW 17th ave. Bachelor of Arts degrees went to Sanford G. Kimball. 157 SW 12th st.. and Dick Grossman. 5327 Alton rd.. Miami Beach Lockwood Award Joel L Wertheim. 114 SE 4th st has been awarded the Lockwood trophy by the Dartmouth College Forensic Union, student de bating society, for having the best included a traditional ball, to which the fathers escorted their daugh b rParticipating were Anne Kaplan, daughter of Mr and MrHyman Kaplan, 1828 SW 21>t tT : Marilyn Louise Kurman. whose par ents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kurman. 2105 SW 12th St; SaraLee Merlin, daughter of the Ed ward D. Merlins. 1815 South Miami ave : Joan Claire Panoff. daughter 1745 James tve. Bachelor oi ence in Bconon On the Harvard Scene Edward J. Bus*. WO '" f Mrs. Sydney Suss, ol 120 ** et coral Gables, has ejve4 1 !" ? Bachelor ol Arts Dtar* from "..; vard Unrversit) Beeanesnc U* H ""'•" "_ Ufred \ronova. 2138 %  **_ ave othtrs receivinj the AH *ward J Suss, 120 \vila ct Coral Gables Boberl 1 Shapiro, I6t>i SW 21t tcr.; ; Honigbaum. 816 Wesl 40th st Mi ami Beach, an 'M -' nn 4415 North Bay rd George Washington U. Kenneth II Poise, i ri -" : Washington u : Mr %  '"'' Mrs J A FOIM .c ; '-: S 29 h ler., at the 133rd annual commencement exercise ol Gi Washington Universitj Alto 1 receiving her degree was Miss Shir |j 1. BymowhX 1947 SW 25th st Complete Optometric Study Three local men have received Local Students Awarded Radios by Auto Group Steven Barnett and Barbara No^rtwo winnen in the thj sponsored b> the ien Automobile A-^J**?? been awarded radios b) Robtrt J. pialey. local AAA manager MrPaul Barnett. 011 NE 52nd j,,. ;)l „| .ill ..tend Mum. Edison junior High 8*ool ,h,s f f' L OP _, Barbara, 11, %  "'* ,h sra<|p Student at North P..-..eh Elementary. School She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs David Noroff. 4001 Prairie ive degrees ?Doetors ol OptometrjJ nnsylvania SUte College of Optometrj m Philadelphia. Th Marvin W. Miller. 425 SW llsl st.: Robert Joseph Shepard 1033 SW 6th St.; and Marvin Charles Schneider. 561 SW 7th st. •Jan amone graduating seniors was Herbert IGoldberger. of Pattenon, NJ who was graduated from Miami Beach High School and who attended the University of Miami. William H. Finoshriber. Jr., vice president in charge oi the NBC radio network, has accepted the chairmanship of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee on Radio and Television. Fineshiiber heads a national committee which will include top executives oi radio and TV. Hibiscus dr Ohio State Albert Feldan. 1444 SW 17th ter has received the Bachelor of Science degree in Business adminisdebate record of the year Son of u{ __. and Mrs philip Panoff. 320 Mr and Mrs Harry Wertheim. he was graduated from Miami High School and is a senior at Dartmouth. He is a former president f the Debating Society and is a member of the Senior Honorary Society tration at Ohio State Universitj Laurence N Mantlet of 9017 By Four Get Degrees ron ave Surfside. was graduated Four students from the Miami from Dartmouth Collage. A Miami area will receive degrees at the Beach resident since 1944. LaurUniversity of Pennsylvania. Tbej ence attended North Beach Eleare Marvin L Weger. 2027 SW 6th mentary School and graduated st.. Bachelor of Arts: Alfred D Elfrom Beach High in 1950 1ms 1901 SW 18th St, Doctor of At Dartmouth, he served as Medicine: and Bernard J. Dubler. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (July 2-5) — WO R N I NO FRIDAY SATURDAY SLSDAY MONDAY 7*0 7:15 7 X 7 45 Today • Tud..y 1:00 S:15 i :: s *s A M. Pal M-j TeM I'. I M i A M T •00 f:l5 :30 f:46 I imp Cnto ft Gen Moore Look l'p. 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