The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWJSH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
pTl.UME 29Number 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
NATO MEMBERSHIP AMD WEST GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY MEANS (set'Bookshelf Page 4 B)
wet files On Nazi Atrocities Lodged In Washington May Be Returned To Bonn Government
JTA
WASHINGTONAn item that
(light be returned to West Ger-
any as a result of the newly-rati-
Eed pacts is listed by the U.S.
Cnny Adjutant General's Office
Foot Locker 273, Folder 2,
supply of gold teeth of dead
oncentration camp inmates."
The granting of full NATO
Membership and Sovereignty to
he West German Government
nay facilitate the return of a vast
epot of Nazi files and associated
batter confiscated in 1945 by the
fllied forces. Nazi concentration
up records are to be found In
jive miles of filing cabinets stor-
in secret Army warehouses hi
the Washington area. A small
amount of this matter has been
"declassified" and made-available
ior public research. But Jewish
organizations fear it will be re-
turned to the Germans before
Jewish researchers can make
photostats.
A preliminary evaluation has
been undertaken by the Yiddish
Scientific Institute (YIVO). Mean-
while, a superficial spot-check of
declassified index cards indicated
a vast store of information that
may exjfese the inside story a* the
mass-murder of European Jewry.
Inquiries elicited information
that some officials lyre are eagex
to return the files to Germany be-
fore Jewish groups have a chance
to publicize the contents. It is the
feeling of such officials that Ger-
many should not be "embarras-
sed" on the eve of resuming its
place in the family of nation.
The c o m m u n ist campaign
against German remilitarization
has made it difficult for true lib-
erals to speak out on this and
similar issues, according to Jew-
ish organizational sources. But a
fight is anticipated because of the
contents of these files. A typical
file directive is entitled: "Regula-
tions concerning the delivery of
gold and precious metal valuables
of Jewish inmates."
Suits have been instituted by
Jewish slave laborers forced to
work for German factories. Such
cases are pending before German
courts. Useful evidence for plain-
tiffs might be in the files which
contain: "Lists showing the num-
ber of inmates of Natzweiler de-
tailed for labor duty at various
private industries, Trippel, Jun-
kers. Deutsche Erd-m. Steinwerke
and numbers of hours worked. Re-
quests by private firms for in-
mate laborers.
"Daily diary kept by S.S. duty
sergeants giving number of
inmates, work details Request
to Concentration Camp Hertogen-
busch for 147 inmate diamond
cutters, 1943 Report of an at-
tempt by Jewish inmates to es-
cape during a work detail."
One finds "Original correspon-
dence between the county coun-
cillor of Rottweil and Gestapo
office, Stuttgart, dealing with the
using of the crematorium in Reut-
lin-arrived prisoners at Natz-
weiler from Paris, Dachau, Sach-
senhausen, etc., listing inmate,
serial number, nationality, date
of birth, place of birth, occupa-
tion, 1943-1944. New regula-
tions simplifying the giving of P-
Strafen (beating-punishment). .
Organization charts of SS guard
units assigned to guard the con-
centration camps. ."
1AT ABOUT COL NASSER?
true/ Aims to Seek Clarification
Of Sir Anthony Eden's Parliament
Pledge on Treaties in Near East
LONDON (JTA)The Israel Gov-
bment was expected this week to
i'h clarification of the statement
de by Prime Minister Sir An-
il en in the House of Com-
|kr>s on the possibility*! Britain's
1 n.s an Arab-Israel settle-
Int providing it covers the future
[the Arab refugees, the frontiers
thi lopment of the Jordan
It -i; ,i .ttlement were to be
I o( guarantees to
pointed out, the
by merely refusing a
r I could frustrate any
'" to Insun Israel's as-
might secure Israel's
re easily by political
I militarily.
| vagueness of the state-
1 >ir Anthony, it is felt by
pel ( rcles, could alone encour-
t 'b states in their pres-
et inir;,nsigeant attitude. These
F'e- emphasized that if Sir An-
r" id in mind Israel conces-
bns such ;is ceding territory or
tcpiir j ihe return of the refu-
I euld not consider the
liter ;.ether.
Sir Anthony, in his last major
appearance in the House of Com-
mons as Foreign Minister before
assuming the role of Prime Min-
ister, had announced that the Brit-
ish Government was ready lb offer
guarantees of support of any set-
tlement between Israel and the Ar-
ab states. He declared that Britain
stands behind the guarantees of
Israel security which she outlined
as a signatory to the Tripartite
Declaration.
Continuing to puzzle over Sir An
thony's words, official circles here
wondered what effect his recent
visit with Egypt's Col. Nasser had
on future British attitudes toward
the Near East. Sir Anthony's visit
with the Egypt strong jnan took
place almost concurrently with the
Gaza battle, as a result of which
the Prime Minister's government
joined the United States and
France in leading a Big Three move
for UN censure of Israel. At that
time, Col. Nasser threatened "to
teach Israel a lesson they will nev-
er forget" and vowed that Egypt
was prepared to take matters into
its own handsregardless of any
United Nations decision.
State Department Fires Edward Corsi;
Was Critic of McCarran Quota System
Col. Nasser
teacher
pPAKH MAY CLEAR WAY FOR UN
lixeci Armistice Commission Sends
Supplementary Report on Nachal Oz
JKHl SALEM--Gen. E. L.
|M Burns, Chief of Staff of the
IJ-nited Nations Truce Supervision
[Organization in Palestine, for-
warded to the UN Security Coun-
cil Monday his first report since
|nis return to Palestine on the situ-
lation along the Israel-Egyptian
[border in the Gaza strip area,
[together with the decision Sun-
day ol the Israel-Egyptian Mixed
I Armistice Commission on the 90-
rninute border battle near Nachal
uz last wcrk, which started with
In. ,gypUajM mining an Israel
[Patr.,1 Car and then bombarding
| Nachal Oz.
li>patch of these reports is ex-
weed to clear the way for Se-
I ,r"v Council consideration of
*" most recent charges of
j armistice violation and aggres-
Sl0n in the border area against
the Egyptian Government. Is-
rael's urgent request for a
Council session was granted here
on the eve of Passover, and the
Security Council, after hearing
the Israel delegate, adjourned un-
til it had received a report from
the MAC on the Nachal Oz inci-
dent about which Israel had com-
plained.
The MAC decision, coming af-
ter a 12-hour session, condemned
Egypt for the attack and then
voted "technical censure" of Is-
rael because the Israel troops un-
der fire in the incident Had re-
plied with small arms and mor-
tars. Earlier this weekend, the
MAC handed down a similar
double condemnation in an inci-
dent on Mar. 30 beginning with
an Egyptian attack on an Israel
patrol.
'SHAMELESS'
Corsi Dismissal
Rapped Sharply
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dismis-
sal of Edward J. Corsi from his
State Department post as Refugee
Relief Act trouble-shooter contin-
ued receiving harsh criticism from
political leaders of both major par-
ties last weekend. Corsi, a liberal
Republican who has held various
important jobs, including that of
U.S. Commissioner of Immigration,
has been a consistent critic of the
McCarran-Walter Immigration Act,
and a foe of the national origins
quota system.
Senator Herbert H. Lehman call-
ed the firing of Mr. Corsi "a shame-
less surrender to the opponents of
reform of immigration and citizen-
ship law. It is a capitulation to the
apologists for the racial and na-
tional discrimination built into the
McCarran-Walter Act."
Rep. Emanuel E. Celler, chair-
man of the House Judiciary Com-
mittee, accused Mr. Dulles of
"buckling up" to pressure from
"the McCarthy group." and said
that McLeod himself "is the real
villain in this piece."
New York State Attorney Gen-
eral Jacob K. Javits telegraphed to
Mr. Dulles requesting reconsider-
ation of Mr. Corsi's dismissal "in
our highest national interest."
WASHINGTON (JTA)Edward J. Corsi, critic of the national ori-
gins quota system and of the McCarran-Walter Immigration and
Nationalities Act, was fired this week from his post as special assistant
to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on refugee and immigration
problems.
Mr. Corsi received notice of his dismissal shortly after he had
submitted a report on bottlenecks
Relief Act of 1953, in which he'
recommended taking administra-1
tion of the law out of the hands of
Scott McLeod. State Department j
security chief.
The refugee act provides for ad-
mission of 214,000 refugees into!
the United States by the end of i
1956. In 17 month of operations,
only 22.000 refugees have been giv-
en visas,
, Mr. McLeod, however, told a clos-
ed session of a Congressional com-
I mittee this week that the program
| could be successfully completed'by
the end of next year.
The State Department denied
that "communist" charges ca-t .it
Mr. Corsi by Rep. Francis E. Wal-
ter, co-author of the present immi-
gration law, had anything to do
with its action.
Mr. Corsi was informed that the
post to which he had been named
on Jan. 10 was a "temporary" one
I and would not be renewed after
the 90-day period. He pointed out
however that he had not been told
it was a 90-day appointment when
he took the assignment.
"I never came down here looking
for a job," he commented. "Mr.
Dulles in a personal telegram re-
quested me to take on the work.
I came down solely relying on the
integrity and honesty of Mr. Dul-
les."
Mr. Corsi was informed that he
would be offered "equally impor-
tant assignments" after completion
of his security check but said he
had not decided whether to con-
tinue with the State Department.
The New Yorker, a Republican,
served as Commissioner of Immi-
Continued on Pagt 3 A
-BULLETIN-
washington (JTA)Commis-
sioner Joseph M. Swing of the Im
migration and Naturalization Serv-
ice announced this week designa-
tion of James Hamilton as Chief
Immigration Officer for the Refu-
gee Relief program. Mr. Hamilton,
senior examiner in the central of-
fice of the Immigration and Natur-
alization Service in Washington for
the past ten years, will make his
headquarters in Frankfurt, Ger-
many.
in administration of the Refugee
NAZI LEANINGS
Ceiici1 Challenges
New Appointment
Of Passoort Aide

WASHINGTON (JTA)The ap-
pointment of Miss Frances G.
I Knight as new head of th.> State
! Department's Passport Division
I has been challenged by Congress-
! man Emanuel Cellar, chairman of
the House Judiciary Committee,
because of charges, published m
the Washington Post and Times-
Herald, that she was "very inter-
ested" in the Nazi puppet regime
of Father Tiso in Slovakia.
In a second letter to Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles, Rep.
Celler last weekend again ques-
tioned the appointment. His first
letter, dated Mar. 3, 1955, was
sent to Mr. Dulles immediately af-
ter publication of the charges. The
Secretary has since pleaded ignor-
ance of the charges against Miss
Knight in a letter to Rep. Celler
and at a press conference last week.
fmaavtf Cellar


PAGE 2 A
Rabbi Rosenberg Named Spiritual
Leader of Beth David Congregation
Rabbi IMh C Rosenberg wa>
this week named spiritual leader
oi Beth David Congregation An-
nouncement of Rabbi Rosenberg's
appanUBeat has been made here
by Batten EL Sc-her. Beta David
preside*'.
Scber said that Rabbi Rosenberg
arrive in Miami Apr 18 and
will conduct service* for the first
time at Apr TL He said th:
ts lor Betr David was one that re-
quired the greatest amount of con-
sideration Rabbi Rosenberg's
warm, vibrant personality captur-
ed the heart.- of our congregation,
and we are confident that he will
;hest type of
ua) Ieadi
Rabbi Rosenberg w a b>-
Newark and a> raised and edu-
cated ir Baltimore Md He k a
M of the Baltimore Hebrew
College and Teacher'?- Training
School and was awarded the AB de
gree from Johr. Hopkin- Iniver-
>f> Ir June 1948 Rabb: Rosen-
Mi ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminar)- of America
FYorr. September. 1948 m June.
1949 Rtbb: Rosenberg sarvec a.-
aistan* rabbi at Har-Zion Tem-
DK in Philadelphia He then an
swered a call issued bv Temple Fund Council, as well as chairman
Beth Ba ir. Philadelphia where oi the Council of American Jewish
he has been associated for the past Congress. He is a member of the
>:* vear- During Mi penod Terr, national administrative committee
pie Beth Zu.r built from a of that organization. He is also a
>mal. newlv organized congrega niember of the National ^outh
tin u one of the leading religious CnaMaaWiwi of the United Syna
ir. the Philadelphia ^Se of Amanca.
area I' wa.- with 'sincere reluc Rabb; Rosenberg is married and
tance" that the board of director:- ha- two daughters
at Beth. Zior. agreed to his release -------------------------------
Third Seder Planned
Or teach Srmdmy *'*
asm Circle Branch 692.
ub and the board at
the 1 L Peretz School will hold a
Third Seder or Sunday evening.
Apr 17. at the Lyceum. 25 Wash-
ington ave.
be David B. Rossi.
-rhoo! principal Israel J Schwartz,
poet wfll read hi- works Also par-
ticipating wii; be Mrs Lillian Nel-
son and Mr and Mrs Theodore
Druci
Pupil> participating are Victor
Barsky. Gary Davis Sur> Eien-
stat. 1 I and Irving Green-
berg Nea! Haiduck Sharleen Josel-
id and Mitchell Klapper.
Mitchell Kramer and Joan Wann-
zrun
A wfmtmwl holiday journal is be
ing published for the occa-i
iraittee consisting of
Cohen. William Paskoff David
Bossi and Joseph Duntov
HO*,
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Beth David Sisterhood
To Hem Spiritual Leader
Beth David Sisterhood donor
luncheon will be held on Wednes-
day noon. Apr 20. at the San Souci
hotel, announced Mrs Harold Bar-
ney, president
Rabbi Yaakov G Rosenberg,
newly appointed spiritual leader at
Beth David, will be guest speaker
An original skit. 'Mother of the
Bride." will be presented
Mrs Sam Badane is chairman
While Rabb. Rosenberg was
spiritual leader at Beth Zior. h<
introduced a number of innova-
ulariy a- it efiects adult
education and youth activities
Rabbi Rosenberg also played a
leadmg role in the genera: JtVinll
ntipr..a He is now serv
vice president of the Phila
oelph.a Board of Rabbis a-
:n< Phi..delphia Zionist Organiza-
tion Hi i- chairman oi :hi
Final Review Slated
Lea Axlrad Named
Leo Axlrod. of Miami, national-
ly recognized leader in finding
jobs for physically handicapped
persons, has been named chairman
of a Florida State Chamber of Com-
merce committee to co-ordinate
efforts of all groups in the state
concerned with this work
Book review %ene> sponsored by
the Greater Miami Chapter of Hao
dassah xth season
with an annual luncheon honoring
-erie- reviewer Mrs I M Wein
-loir.
The event will take place on
Tue-. noon. Apr 19 m the Rubai
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Sloted far Sterling Hotel iS mtm> *" the
; -ner r>: the Sterling Taking part ir. the musical in
note, will be host to more than terlude are Mrs Nat Beckman.
m womer. of the three local Miz soloist, and three sineers in mo
rachi chapters at an elaborate style Mr- Michael Mersel Mrs
luncheor Tuesday afternoon Apr Samuel Fahck and Mrs Nathan
19 it wa' announced this week by Brenner accompanied at the piano
Mr- Alfred Stone president of by Mrs Howard Grove
Committee in charge of arrange
m*!LJ! c *rTanemen,~ ments will consist of Mrs Ham I
^L ? .?^ T^ Pr'" ag.d co dent of the Dov Chapter^Mrs .^^^ ^ Mrs Abp Gwenbe
: president ofjhe Miam: ^ Mrs ^^ p,a>1o(, Group
chairman for the chapters of Ha
dnarih are the Mesdame.- Joseph
Gould Maurice Kornat. Nat Beck
Program w.l. be highlighted by MB_ MmTier K|f>|n m ^^
the guest apoearanceof a national j h Akelsoti HaTr^ Dusnkln
ofhcer of the Women's Mnrrk. ^ Ulim j^,,
Organization of America, who will
he flown down especially tor the
function
Mnrachi Women of America, the
major women s religious Ztoni>t
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*Jen I itFhrkfivn
Strassburg Work to be Performed;
Claudio Arrau in Brahms Concerto
PAGE 3 A
Robert Strassboro
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
I Plans Election Meeting
Annual election meeting of the
I Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom
Iwill take place on Wednesday af-
ternoon. Apr. 20. at 1 p.m., in the
|Temp!r Banquet Hall.
Featured at this meeting will
Ibe a knitwear fashion show. Mod-
el-, will be 12 of Sisterhood's mem-
bers. Another feature of the meet-
ling will be an original skit,
"Thanks for the Memory," writ-
ten by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich,
i member of the board of Hie Sis-
Iterhood. Chairman will be Mrs.
[Irving Bachrach.
shire Music Center. This summer,
his opera. "Helm," is to be given
at the Tanglewood Music Festival.
"The ^"inrchs" was inspired by
Biblical texts it was written and
completed at the MacDowell Col-
ony, Peterboro, N.H., in the sum-
mer of 1946.
Mr. Arrau, who will perform the
Brahms Concerto, is renowned to-
day on five continents of the globe
and hai'pH everywhere as one of
ine greatest pianists of all time. He
is currently on his 14th consecutive
achieved a wide reputation as a transcontinental tour of the United
composer. He has studied with
Walter Piston.
Porgy and Bess, by Gershwin,
will be performed in honor of the
American Jewish Tercentenary.
Strassburg is a graduate of the
New England Conservatory of Mu-
sic and holds a Master's degree
from Harvard University where, in
addition to Mr. Piston, he was also
nings, Apr. 17 and 18, at the Miami
*BjKfhtf>s!}$tle County Aufctori-
B|0>V &W- ?Wer will conduct
the orchestra in works by Robert
Strassburg and George Gershwin.
Mr. Arrau will be heard in a per-
formance of Concerto No. 2 in B
flat major by Johannes Brahms.
'The Patriarchs Four State-
ments for String Orchestra," by
Strassburg, will receive its initial
performance here. Strassburg, long
active in Miami music circles, has
i Store Department Fires
Immigration Law Aide
Continued from Page 1 A
Krat ion and Naturalization under
both Presidents Hoover and Roose-
velt and was New York State In-
dustrial Commissioned in the Dew-
ey Administration, at the time of
his appointment to the refugee
post.
Corsi as "my dear friend" and de-
scribed him as the man best quali-
fied to help solve problems in the
department's refugee program.
Mr. Corsi came under immediate
attack from Rep. Walter who
charged that the appointment was
arranged to avoid the need for
Senate confirmation and was a
back door device through which
Corsi would replace McLeod. He
rai. accused Mr. Corsi of membership
Secretary or State DolleY in an- in several "front" organiations. Mr.
nouncing his selection, lauded Mr.
Corsi denied the charges.
A STATEMENT OF CORRECTION
States and Canada.
"I 111. IIN'IIWl.l
Special Attention to All
Social Functioni
Prominent Jewish affairs leader
[Gabriel Neustadter, of New York
:ity, is vacationing at Waldman's
[hotel. Mr. Neustadter is one of the
[founders of Bar Ilion University in
Jerusalem and co-founder of the
[Max Stern College for Girls under
the auspices of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
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f r Through an unintentional error, the name of Rabbi Moaes Mescheloff
_ was used on certain printed advertising announcing that Kosher for
p f Passover Pepsi-Cola was certified by him.
, p Although Pepsi-Cola has been certified by Rabbi Mescheloff in
y prior years, this statement is made to correct the misuse of his name
for the current year.
, > We wish to verify the fact that the concentrate used in the
p fc manufacture of Kosher Pepsi-Cola is certified bv Rabbi J. M. Chartop.
r p of New York, and that it was bottled locally under the supervision of
p Rabbi Akiva Chill, oi Miami Beach.
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Jsrael by the Menorah Manufacturing Company at Tel Aviv.
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During fhc Week ...a i se ,#
SB* ten days aaj
a* an ssmte at the aaJaaoral Mr AbSkl?1'
of his m isateuat u> th* M 5?*
idlmaxwBtokMaBalMiL W(l*iii
I a** a." be said, -ad have kn dome am .^ .
nat of party atOataam.- Mr AM*IU* '
Jewish in i lilj. Potass, harm, he
to the Carted States WOS. He latin iHinUt- tom a wrufM."
an attorney, a aatioaal hotel lyiMw sad only be '
the largest real estate tt**aattani at th* hutorr of Sea |
a problems of taut**: one of m
on the Jew vdarl
theli
ears age Gerr* j as***, er- ^rA&Tv^'EhaaS P**n* these
I aar.anfasm,,., to Gee. Dance D Baea- GT.'l .'T ?,"V^T iS^hJTit coo- <**<* bat I n a. to know what personal r^^H^'
er r^rcoe coBKnonsaer of Al.ee Farre*. swaswm ae&at at cegxjw.y. ~_*~~ ha laarrtMarii with the Pi u ids. at and tha waaaaiiiiaUuii. w Jz
of WorJd War II was widsrabs* doubt 3 to M preeoawst ^-,-i.m* exalassed that he had baea -frieadly- wfta Shenaaa Ada**. ahTk
of Dr Ad*anw*nra phdeaophy onong GwQBOB ^t Btmx .id. l who large* ragm.,... the St
leodan Ljaaninli- 1 be m a serious apofcmem ,>,,, suecessfal effort three years ago. la ataMfii. he rosed ,2
naiiiil tor dsepry personal coo- m the midst of a l 1 MO eowacfl m Dearer, -sanpt> ta k kv"
thoa anvhtner **- he thaagbt L or aay other .Aeaericsn sboaJdret* for hir *> Afeh.
-5: ; ; 1 the --- -- Wwawl mtm r*---> ajfaMahn ->:,^
r>*5 w

Oohr 'j=k week.
kOwJ S :- zz-~ -~ Ti 'z-zz-i
be stnppac of tb
~ _rcr. ~:
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in tha ForharioBd. H
sc:-zd case, wiaa reoRves i
j. taoc For i*
igole la =*
= ^sc
aaaaWah
Th*desrr
Stras- Cabtaet. aad it was^sharUy thereafter that the Adaiaastr^. .-. **& ^ j
* 'en *emees m soaw official capacity.
Mr AbheU told aw he Toroaaiy rejected aB WkMe Bob|
^^^* aarii Mr Eisenhower requested that be **sasne the post as
* aD^ n say iiacere bebef."" be tatiiaed. "that there ao pUce a Fe
u iMelijwT fir itiir-*--"-----'r *^~* "r*~ ililili
I obMo- i jefe that the job woaid offer sar the ppirfilj of patbag ay 1
t anew 11 mi m cml liberties to eaastractise ase."
ao-Ncz. Mft. AMEU.-S acceptaace of the past was aot looke: Uvcnafl
(eecsg by I I
of
.- the
Frank L
bate sheel The =ew v laaiatee caosssts of
two WhMa> Barahoaer has given this
- -
v- r;
c rec-
pe.
-z.T-.r :--;;- ; AjTawJ Forces
asaasar a bow ?res.:?- r* Pc-g-i
a xuxJt he Iss? wee
^ laaa wiaMi issaawBl
--=.r^y r= r p- assossq wae
pases nfat aoaor at accvpeaq
aao fha fold as a 'tree people.-
**e : =sobj xci Mr rmaiilijoai in has ai c aaaaba
3s-=-z r= -_ Oerri-rr. reatocstoc bos aaaaa. Nn
we- = rotrrr-^c =_za^ie' zzzxz j kt cry yrt^ ^o
r:= -^' : -; -iered pieces sesa aca a tesroc of t]
iecade aoc z^=.~z icaq at She ardent fc>i- U=.-rarr z=. Tecr^c- =rd the
: rs ^ *===, = aewoDOB peopie for the aeeds of -bese awawi 11
. WSS aaajaM
t* Xraw
the i---as prniev of th* eatire Federal Crnl Service A !.- at saz* |
- tec-are Ike Pk_< Jc- hi Bjb Littie FTP* vbwj ,
the Pre*deat' Ceainhiiion considerably saore effertr.e thai Mr. 1
assa's. which he charactned as aarsag had "no teeth tecaost 1
of Cml Sentce Cnaaai 11 no aaawhers who wre all WwJ
aad who woaid certaaaly aot deal with esa^jes nm\
iliiaailin fniiiheg to Mr AbbeiL the aery makeup cd thegnaj
whsth oeerahs aa Ike Presidential leweJ aad a aharh Cat
Protestaati. Jaws aad Negroes aartacsaatt awhctei Mr .-..-eab
fasthfai desire to cop* wah the fiibliai of 111111 >:?.
Mr Abbel told sse that the C 11......n has abeao takes aa]
aad danger- tbne r,,|.c a,^ s -Oar efiectneaess.- he said, -stesas froc the fad tail
is directly responsible to Mr.
resort to PtaaiaialiM aaoUiie shoald the Cossaaaassa sseet
!'_: >ewtah Federation and local Mif^Jf '?J*> .T^SSa" 111 7* a**twii?i ^ToiT"-~b~*-J-
tbe ^arnjniiiw, of Hebrew Una- iatd tBat ,rimM- ^^ it>tll f khassed aractkes n nerely a *al
*r-:: specxs well ka :c_ j^^i_ b the ihiiliipaiial of laaaisiilin 1 aapin.i111 patterns.
Hebrew '_";_Terstry rzd Tecbrboc zsaior cen- IBs faith m Mr. Eaeahewer is oashahahie. Mr Abbei: uM seal
aj BC-jccroc _- Isrzel -~e recendy zc- feels the lwa*MhaJ <% perhaps the
eos>=; .n'-ns __. ~* _"-_: -.-~ --.: yrr.t. oceapaed the Whae Hoase."" la this regard, I asked baa wy fates!
at sack tines: the attend* of the A aaaaiai iiiob toward ton]
' aad the Near East Mr. Abbell alinf with repeated i'..nkal
j Easenhower s faith, his bebef hi the Jew
- -. oobj wssae were p^- ^ ^^^ tkM ,,!,,, ^ suie Jena raster Dalies tkt
bee= bnngmg to tne at- a ,1., <>r- aadthnnlnsfeetBwWlasdtB* rebut* of thr>an
aa*}lirwri the story of Hebrew state. Representing the Anencaa Binnl darsag the IM7 Pai
caawitatt. Mr Abbell naiarated it was Mr. Dalles who opposed a a*|
Paiestine frail 11 dap for whack th* French aad Bntisi argnd. b]
Cerrrr.JT is bos oeer. pert of tbe orerail aiditaoa, the State Secretary an and leaders of Anencac Jewry, stt]
r-^---cl'::r:-" :~ tb State at Is.e *" ~ *' "*" -_ :i'- N IS63 that be had beet brattgj
I "waderUnaaawaal legacy of the Osd Te
face of carreat U&
mac sm- ^^^ mjtmit% t **&& wtn a eas* a peaaL la -Behad tbe!
at aw grow- cartnh.' BarUey Cress nkatnud that Mr. KwneTest frees*** 1
Jews at Urge battMwj
rneads groups
.'e-w-jfc cs
s z:
erzse.Tes war. *^e two
in Miami or ecsewbere
anwBja^Dal -*
bj BCTcatc* the
repobnc ic erery sapnfscar.: aspect
g
sag local support far
woaid cable the kings of the several Arab aataoas inanediasely OgJ
.. after to farewara then against taksag iniimlj what be had *adai
m tfawae cot ****> iar rrnisnetiua. Mr. Abbell told ne h a ar *
as* T^^im^ o| Techsson and He- ^^ swwasefr tats kind of ssfsataaa ceawrihated no a nssfj
UsrseasstT a> tbe ir'fir*i' wmmbbbbi td conanaoa anaer Presaseats awasewea ani
tha Slaatrfiionl andlEre^beer?^-=ei ^* ** -",hriw Ji""""' to mherd.
^E ;;-_:::: ^CCtmnm TO Mr .Abb*H the first uanh.^i for aw
scboobT 8WT*^^.M*^ *CTntT iwawra. he traced oar
"* l"e *" -:-~:*^ :: ^waaaC tTaai ntanaanwaa.san'awB- tlntsq
T***"*wu in benaM of Hebrew ^diTidaal Arab regimes, to rfinilaU umpititinii for W"*"
.iz.Tersay and Tecbrjon hare bare beer, sees- 1"CB* *** ** **bs to weakea the Laager ~ I aessted oat tkS"
P"^* a tane ~*J t^^L^T H?*tmt**?mm fac *** "" -
w Tn -, e*** a sack a faresflt aolacr weri fe^wsa*
'a ^SZJZt^Z. --- ^^}^SSa7SSZ r*P*aSaj that there bljg
Sd^rawSLM^rj^Ba^ wS ore IJlswS-i^ia'!^ ^ t^>?^*> ">>CTte -*--^ M Ibjbb BMaaaj bbjbbsj "^ f.'. ^ {. fc sJfSjfjJ^SKI ^ p. tan pS -
aarsag px^iosat of tss Stan of brre: rzzd up- -e staanck wefeader ofbraei and aaoa aaather as aafnP~*> *"
-afd of SO local and nabcoal agencies ope? ? ot-erred^wesslry^B-n^^ the trnaw
r-Laq ^. aa* stares- at hwaaaa gwaajanaj*-": bj "* nS nscord of the Eiwaaower libnuii---------here *
scene saxaaxcra way. I_ M thn regard. Mr AhbeD aaaated ta the -saaar car*-af Ae
A 1 f j berweer. Greassr ha>-^ i-_*. "JJ*^ *" ewn* to the PressdeM daw* coatribate to the
pernajgaaa, an 1MB sssantnOna. anawntwwaei nfi m
FniiBunsai and iocai seders m the Twcasfan adraarTttr 22J?T5:
_ j_-^ *^ w^ sonsor to nr. FiMobnan Jack
Z22 ~-?* :J" SS" **! -0 Janes HaeerTy. and Proi EH 0
sros. AanoBncsd bat the Presadeat r*patedly ktwagbt with aim ta Wi i>Hgtei from
os tne par. of thee* tBjrerssty. Mr Abbell naffamid has belief that the Adanasostsn >
=rc-? ~ ?-' H Bses: ataMatni laeil baj |hjBi wnsg anasttni asan. anPnl ^is
for tbe two acboobt anal Apnl !55tl wbea it a A good deal of the dsffiralty he said, -hes the li*****r
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lAY, APRIL 15, 1955
-Jenlsti Ihriii
phwertz in Fifth
rm as Hebrew
fee Loan Head
Equation of officers of the Mi-.
Trree I-oan Association look
, here Highlighting '.the re-
lotion as president of Isidore
J,arfz to his fifth consecutive
Lor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro,
Giami Beach, and Mayor and
[Abe AronoviU, of Miami, were
L of honor at the function
I in Congregation Beth El.
Ihwartz, a local community
trt reported that 172 loans
been processed since July,
covering $18,200 in individual
i He further stated that many
y are now being processed by
loan committee, "which will in-
ie the outstanding amount of
by several thousand dollars."
iiwartz was praised by the
|s of honor and Oscar Rappa-
installing officer, "for a very
nendable job in administering
iffairs of the loan association."
bbi S. T. Swirsky lauded Sch-
for "his untiring efforts on
|f of the needy."
ntor and Mrs. Fishel Lutman
tained with musical selec-
PAGE 5 A
inciples Are His
Ime Mover Even
tile on Vacation
nii Moscowitz has been spend-
Ihe Passover holidays at the
Bfront Sterling hotel. Here
[his wife and daughter for the
Imonth, he will remain in Mi-
Beach until the end of April,
pscowitz is the founder of the
Carpet Company, which
been in existence since 1902.
fecame a wholesaler in 1925,"
^plained easily last week, "but
vork has never prevented me
actively engaging in Jewish
nunal affairs."
is chairman of the board of
ption of Temple Emanu-El in
: and is also a member of the
[lie's board of trustees. In ad-
n. he has been an ardent sup-
fcr of the Isaac Elchanan Ye-
and. in conjunction with his
[recently led a carpet group in
(mil Motcowffi
York City, which gathered
|e S25O.000 for the State of Is-
loscowitz has been no "simple
Itioner" at the Sterling. On two
Mions, he delivered Sabbath ser-
ps before worshippers in the ho-
synagogue.
*>' first," explained, "I entitled
Value of Spiritual Life' in
ch I discussed the manifold as-
S of material as opposed to
f'tual living. Moses, you know,
Perhaps a prime example of
synthesis of these two princi-
N it was the spiritual, Mos-
7 said, "out of which the ma-
' naturally grew to nurture
I numan soul."
fc, fcond sermon discussed
"bath Hagodol," the Sabbath
eding Passover, and the mysti
l.w We" as religious significence
[this special service.
f". "i all, it has been a busy
r'"'n for Emil Moscowitz. Away
Is business in Passaic, he
continued engaging in what he
"Lt0,bf th* most fundamental
Bon r man livingthe recog-
c;n ot Jewish spirituality as the
"ne mover In Jewish existence.

SST^n^S^ZT^^ ^ LOan SCie,y ^ 8ea,ed "^ ^ Phil BerkWi,Z' President f Cong^qa-
nshe^u^an td olTpf" h *' **"?* *"*"' Mtami BeQCh Ma?r and Harold ShaPiro' CanlOT d Mrs
Mrs ScTwcitz 1 2^1! PPaPC?' T t CeremnieS- S,andina from left Mrs. Ida Ochs. corresponding secretary.
ZV^lTJr^7T- P T MrKS. Br8,ein' ,hild *" Pre8ident' U ter' financial secretary. Max Minlzer. trea-
surer. Max Rappaport, first vice president. Mrs. Bloch. second vice president, and Mrs. Kuntz. recording secretary.
Revealed this week were plans for this Greater Miami pavilion to be added to the Hospital of Afula. Israel. Announcement
was made at a third Seder Sunday evening in the Empress hotel, sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee here. Principal
speaker was Col. Katriel P. Salmon, Military, Air and Naval Attache to the Israel Embassy in Washington. Miami Beach May-
or Harold Shapiro greeted the guest of honor. Dade County Guard of Honor of Jewish War Veterans presented colors. Other
greetings were brought by Louis Segal, top Zionist leader. Harry Simonhorf. attorney and world traveler", and Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
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Wfcflflpf**3fZ------
ISEAY^aprh^j
Miss Elaine Sachs Becomes Mrs. Leon
Labbie in Double Ring Candlelight Rites
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday. Apr. 3. at Hibis-
cus Masonic Temple. Miss Elaine
Sachs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadora Sachs. 1028 Venetian Way.
became the bride of Leon Labbie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Labbie.
2315 SW 25th St.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom. and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer officiated. Decor of the
wedding was pink and white.
Best man was Jack Bloom. Ush-
ers included Sidney and Arthur
Sachs, brothers of the bride. Lewis
Jacobson. Melvin Jacobson
Matron of honor was Mrs, Levin,
sister of the bride Bridesmaids
were Jane Abby Levin and De-
borah Ruth Levin, nieces of the
bride.
Attendants were all dressed in
identical blush pink crystaline and
tulle gowns, carrying arm bou-
quets of pink roses and white car-
nations. Mother of the bride select-
ed a powder blue imported lace and
beaded pearls
seq
corsage.
Mrs. Labbie selected an orchid
Italian lace beaded gown and white jjiam7
Miss Schulman
Weds Attorney;
To Live in Gables
Mi>- F.dith R. Schulman became
Mrs J Edward Cantor in wedding
rites Mar. 29 at the home of Rab
bi Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center spiritual leader.
The bride is the daughter of the |
Hyman Schulmans. Miami Beach
Mr Cantor's parents are Mr. and
Mr* Abe Cantor. Miami
For her wedding, newlywed Mrs
Cantor was attired in a blue lace
dress with white orchids.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Harold R. Finn. Dr. and Mrs. Joe
Stulroff. Mr and Mrs Saul Cantor
and Mr. and Mrs G. Nelson, of
Wilkes-Barre Pa.
A reception for guests and the
bridal couple followed at the De-
lano hotel Mr. and Mrs. Cantor
then left for a two-month honey-
moon tour of Europe.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami, where she
was an instructor in remedial read-
ing. On her return from Europe
Formerly of Cleveland, the bride he will continue as a member of
sne a srss ^^^,-i2Lr*.. *
Mr Cantor received his AB and
LLB degrees from the University
of Pennsylvania
They will live at 123 Santilla.
Coral Gables.
^
Ardmorr
Mrs. Lf* taa*i*
ior High School. She received her
AB degree at the University of
orchid corsage.
The bride was dressed in a floor-
The groom attended the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh and received his
length gown of imported chantilly .d m at tnc Uimei.sitv of Miami.
lace, fitted bodice, cap sleeves out- He h a member o( phi Epsilon Pi
social fraternity and Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Lodge.
A buffet reception was held at
Hibiscus Temple, after which the
couple flew to New York for their
honeymoon. They will make their
home in Miami.
lined in seed pearls and sequins
and bouffant tulle skirt with an
insert of matching lace Her finger-
tip French illusion veil was attach-
ed to a headpiece of seed pearls
and matching lace with a pleated
tulle edging She carried two white
orchids on a Bible.
Planning a mid-summer wed-
ding are Miss Joan B. Holland
and Robert H. Gardiner. Her
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Louis A. Cherry. 7970 Bis-
cayne Point circle. Mr. Gar-
diner is the son of Mrs. Shir-
ley Gardiner, New York, and
the late Jay Gardiner.
1
Chicago Girl Fiancee
Of Dr. Brautman
Dolores Taylor Weds
Hubert VVeisman
Dolores Taylor and Hubert Ber-
nard Weisman were married at the
Lincoln Manor in 630 p.m. rites
Apr. 5. Rabbi Morris Skop. of
("oral Gables Jewish Center, offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Louis Bossie. I860 SW 3rd ave
Mr. Weisman"s parents are the
Samuel Weismans. of 121 SW 53rd
ct and Poughkeepsie, NY.
Best man was Martin Gross.'
brother in-law of the group. Pough .
keepsie. Mrs. Abe Lefkove. of Coral
Gables, school friend of the bride.'
was bridesmaid. Ushers included
Sidney Bergman. Miami, and Miss
Tess Dvoskin kept the guest book.
Newlywed Mrs. Weisman chose
a white chantilly lace and tulle
gown, with illusion neckline, lace
mandarin collar and lace bodice
fashioned in a long hipline torso.
Her tulle skirt fell in a flare from
hip to
Mist Myra S*ck$
Miss Sachs Plans
Rites to Navy Man!
Myra Sandra Sachs and
Lockowitz met five years a,
high school dance No*,
planning to be married. '
The bride-elect is the
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V,
en, 6437 SM 14th it She
the University ol Florida
now enrolled at the
Miami, where she is a au__
Sigma Lambda Phi *onwa1|
ice sorority.
Mr. Lockowitz is the son fl
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Brooderson,
j Chicago, are announcing the ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter Annette, to Dr. Herbert A. and Mrs. Irving Lockowiu,
Brautman, Miami. N.Y. He was educated in
The couple plan to he married in schools, is serving at
late May or early June. i the Navy stationed at 0
The bride-elect attended North S.C.
western University. Dr. Brautman
is a graduate of Northern Illinois
College of Optometry.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Emmer. 100 SW 30th rd.
rrk Madifon
Barbara's Betrothal
Told by Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brooks. 1552
Washington ave.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara, to Victor Sil-
verman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Silverman, New York.
Miss Brooks is a senior in Miami
Beach High School and member of
the National Forensic league. Her
fiance is a senior in City College of
New York. He is a member of the
CCNY Accounting Society.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Mrs. I. tdwmi Crtw
Miss Feder Will
Be Married May 15
Miss Muriel Doris Feder. daugh
floor. The headpiece was ; ter of Mrs. Morris Feder. 3071 SW
fashioned in a bridal wreath of
pearlized orange blossom, with el-
bow length circular veil of pure
silk illusion. She carried white
orchids on a Bible
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Hieh School and attend- i
Gibson Girl Modeling School She \
attended the University of Miami
and is a member of Emma Lazarus ,
Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Mr Weisman graduated from
Ohio State University school of
' commerce, where he was elected to
] Mu Beta Chi. honorary fraternity
! A World War II veteran, he is now '
I associated with ("ar.itol Distribut-
er o-.rr- BavtadsJe. N Y
Freotion followed the ceremonv
i at the Lincoln Manor Among out-
o<-tuU guests were Mr and Mrs.
jlouis Shapiro and Mr and Mr*
j Martin Gross. Poughkeepsie: Ger-
son Bergman. Philadelphia Pa:
Mr and Mrs David Leventhal. Mr
and Mrs R. J Gordon and Mrs
Rose Leventhal. Jacksonville. Fla :
and Mrs William Lieberman and
son. Paul. Leesburg. Fla.
Followine a motor trip North, the
couple will be at home at 52 Mont-
gomery" St.. Poughkeepsie
16th st and the late Mr. Feder.
and Richard E. Rothbaum plan to
be married May 15.
Mr. Rothbaum is son of Mr. and I
Mrs. David Rothbaum, New York. .
Miss Feder graduated from Syra-,
cuse University and received her i
Master's decree at Teachers Col-
lege. Columbia University. She is
teaching at the School of Industrial
Arts in New York
Her fiance graduated from New
York Uni\ersity He served over
seas with the Army during World
War n
The wedding will take place in
Hampshire Country Club. Ma
maroneek X Y After a honeymoon
in Bermuda the couple will live in
New York
Miss Itrtof Iraatt
Mitt Abm Iritmkt
Kriensky, Dubrow
Met on Blind Date
They met on a blind d*'
'now they're engaged.
They're Ann Kriensky and I
L Dubrow. Her mother, 51*1
nie Kriensky. of 39 SastillawJ
Coral Gables .- .,r: iincinftr
gagement No date ha> been I
{the wedding.
Ann is a graduate
High School in V
i a member of the Coral'
tish center.
David, son oi Mr and Mrs.1
Dubrow, of Brooklyn, 1"
Walsh ave.
He attend^ the livcr-it"'
ami. David al-
State Uaiversit: a an
NY., after graduating in
> school in 1.
Celebrating their 60th wed-
ding anniversary are Mr. and
Mrs. William Clein. of 1860
SW 4th st. Miami. The couple
moved here from Atlanta 30
years ago. Mr. Clein is a re-
tired merchant
Aptes Celebrate
Lt. j g Stuart C Apte received
his promotion in the IS Navy on
Mar 5 A jet pilot, he was sent
from Guantanamo to Jacksonville,
where he underwent surgery
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Apte. 435 SW 3rd rd Miami, he
was at home on sick leave begin-
ning Apr. 5. where be helped his
parents celebrate their 31st wed-
ding anniversary.
Gobies Sisterhood to Hear
Talk, Slates Rummage Sale
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will hold a meeting on
Wednesday evening. Apr 20. at the
Center Slated is a talk bv Mrs-
Lam Ell She will speak on "The
Three EV of the Biennial."
Sisterhood will hold a spring
rummage sale on Apr. 21. from 8
, am l0 4 p.m.. at Steven's Market.
*
a
Mas MmrM f4t
Beth Jacob Ceaa/oaatioa
Names Uo Meyer* Pretkhat
Leo Meyers was this week elect-
| 1 president of Congregation Beth
Jacob at a meeting in Miami Beach.
Other off leers named were
Aaron Lerner. first vice president;
Louis Makovsky. second vice presi-
dent; Marcie Liberman. treasurer;
Hyman Galbut. financial secretary;
*od Dan Both, recording secretary
yfc.



lY, APRIL 1S.J?55_
Cfox to Wed
lV York Doctor
, engagement of Miss Muriel
Jfosto Dr. Shepard Gerard
"n has been made known by
Emits, Mrs. Anne Fox, of
W and Mr. Morris Fox, of
BW 2W st., Miami.
hs the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Aronson, of Orlando and
fork.
t bride-to-be attended Rollins
L m Winter Park, where she
hanaging editor of the Rollins
Lg0 and twice winner of the
lufartin Kssay contest.
i was graduated summa cum
from Barnard College, New
,nd was managing editor of
Lpard Bear and a member of
jeta Kappa.
L Fox lived in the Miami area
ti years, working as publicist
L Miami Opera Guild. March
Hies and the South Florida
|s League. She is now direc-
M the radio-television depart-
I of Carl Byoir and Associates,
York public relations firm.
Aronson is a graduate of
L|l University and Cornell
krsity college of medicine.
'jzmmatmz
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Mitt Mariel Fo
During World War II, he served as
a captain in the Army medical
corps. He is a physician in New
York.
A summer wedding is planned.
Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kail, was a recent Bar
Mitzvah celebrant at Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated. Harold is a
seventh grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School
and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
bard Lee Roth, son of Dr.
Mrs. Edward Roth, 549
?st 47th st., will become
Mitzvah on Saturday.
16, at Temple Beth Shol-
Rabbi Leon Kronish will
Jciate. Richard is a student
Beth Sholom religious
bool and attends seventh
ide of Nautilus Junior High
kool
\rdnior
Monte Greenberg. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Greenberg.
731 86th st., Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Apr. 16, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Monte,
a student at Beth Sholom re-
ligious school, is in the sev-
enth grade ol Nautilus Junior
High School.
TV Personalities fo Star
la Music Pageant Here
Television personalities Jackie
Pierce and John Behney will be
the husband-wife team starring as
narrators in the new presentation
of "AmericaMother of Exiles"
music drama due Sunday evening,
Apr. 24, at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
The performance features 80
Greater Miami entertainers, includ-
ing the Miami Beach Community
Singers choral group conducted by
Ben Yomen.
Leading baritone role will be
sung by Stan Porter, youthful can-
tor. Stage director is Sid Cassel.
"America Mother of Exiles"
was written by bestseller novelist
Nathaniel Weinreb, now of Miami
! Beach, whose "Babylonians" is be-
ing filmed by Columbia Pictures.
Over 2,000 people attended its
first performance a month ago.
Tickets for this second and final
show have been reduced in price to
enable the area's high school and
college students to attend.
Party Due Sunday
Sharet, B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en, will hold a "can can party" Sun-
day night, Apr. 17, at the home of
Phyliss Lieberman, 745 Blue rd..
Coral Gables.
Laurence-Vic tor
Two Will Become
liar Mitzvah Here
Two Bar Mitzvoth will take place
during Saturday morning services
of Beth David Congregation, Apr.
16.
Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Friedman, and Eric, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen,
will participate in the service.
Donald is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School and has been attending the
religious school of Beth David for
the past seven years.
A seventh grade student at Shen-
andoah, Eric also attended Beth
David religious school for the past
seven years.
The Friedmans and Copenhagens
will sponsor floral offerings in
honor of their sons.
Surprise Anniversary
Dinner Staged
On Apr. 6, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Solomon and Mrs. Ranzenhofer,
sister of Mrs. Solomon, all three
attorneys with offices in New York
and Passaic, N.J., dined at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pod-
nos, 150 SW 49th ave.
Announcement was made that
this day marked the silver wed-
ding anniversary of the Solomons.
Mrs. Podnos. sister of Mr. Solomon,
presented the couple with a gift
of sterling silver.
After dinner Mrs. Ranzenhofer
and Mrs. Solomon played popular
piano selections. Mr. Podnos and
his son. Burton, each rendered a
classical piano selection.
iven Abbott Bar
(tzvah Saturday
even Abbott will become Bar
Ivan during Saturday morning
rices of Congregation Monti-
> Park. Rabbi Abraham Levitan
officiate.
he Bar Mitzvah is in the sixth
lie of Sable Palm Elementary
il and attends religious school
iontieello Park. He resides with
parents at 720 NE 158th st.,
Jta, Pla.
Itewn will officiate during the
pices and read from the Week-
Portion .it the Law.
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FRIDAY,
APRH
15,
Academy Reelects
Binder President
B. I Binder, local hotel opera-
tor and civic and religious leader.
nM unanimomdt refracted Resi-
dent of the HeKre^i lAcaif mv^or
a >econd term at m Mfj^L,o{ dlr^%>
:::eetins thi> Week
Dr David S Andron. first Acad-
emy president, who served for \
years, was named honorary presi-
dent. Kolman Luna, a veteran in
communal and civic work, was
elected honorary vice president.
Also named honorary vice presi-
dents, founders of the Academy
were Harry Levitt and Samuel Bit-
ter. Harry Genet, formerly a vice
president, was named chairman of
the executive board.
Slate was presented by Sol Gold-
man, chairman of the nominations
committee Vice presidents are Isi-
dore Goldberg. Jack Satin. Samuel
Beichard. Herman Baseh. Charles
H Fruchtman. Baymond Bubin.
Moms Cohen. Irving Firtel. Jacob
Kaufman. Daniel M Broad: Sam-
uel M Grundwerg. treasurer: Har-
Returns from Services
Mrs Leon Lieberman and daugh-
ter. Adele Nancy, of Coral Gables,
have returned home from attend-
ing funeral services in Newark.
: >r Mrs Lieberman s mother
Lena Bauchbach. widow of the
late Aaron Bauchbach
Other survivors raclude a broth-
-eph Lazar. of Newark: a
Mrs Martin A Goldman
i N .' one son. Mack. Mi-
Beach: and three grandchil-
Balshan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late David
Balshan. formerly of 745 82nd
Miami Beach, will take place Sun
day. Apr. 17. 1 30 p.m.. at Mt Nebo
Cemetery, vnth Rabbi Mayer
-Vwamowitz official11.- &!
ai. wrvj\ed bni>> w''eJMHj|
r -son* Nathan. Joseph < WBeVi
and Solomon: and one daufilWn
Mn S\lvia Acker, all of Miami;
Beach He was a member of the
North Shore Jewish Center and
the Zibnist Organization. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmers
Miami Monument C o m p a n y
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend
ry Koretzky. co-treasurer: Nathan
Ginsburg. corresponding secretary:
Sidney Bubinowitx. recording sec-
retary: Max Siherberg. general sec-
retary. Sol Goldman, auditor
Newly elected to the board of
directors, are Joseph Alter. Harry
Fields. Hyman Galbut. Moms Mil-
ler Henry Penchansky. Norman
Remhard. Morris Sugarman. Dr
Samuel B Wolf, and Joseph Zemel
Berman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Henri-
etta Berman. formerly of 1012 Eu-
clid ave.. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. Apr. 17. 2 p.m at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery', with Babbi
Simon April officiating. Mrs. Ber-
man is survived by her husband.
Walter S. three brothers and one
>ister Awangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Garden Party Wednesday
Garden of Mrs I>aac Pushkin's
home. 230 SW 29th rd.. will be the
scene of a luncheon and card party
red by the Golda M>erx>n
4 Pioneer Women on Wed-
ne>6i- \pr 20 Mrs Besne
in is chairman, assisted by
Mr- R m Gersten and Mrs Ethel
Nerove Proceeds will go for the
Moetze: Hapoaloth in Israel
LECTURE
- i -1
Ben Zion Goldberg
.<: I < tap it
St Ail AlAtS ABC TNI
Mi HXHEK"
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Sholem Lodge
Names Rayvis
Joseph Bayvis has been elected
president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B nth He will be installed at a ban-
quet in the DiLido hotel on May 1.
according to an announcement this
week by Harry S Schwartz, chair-
man.
Other officers named by Sholem
Lodge, who will be installed along
with Bayvis. are Stanley D Caidin.
president-elect: Robert J Lewison
and Schwartz, vice pre>idents.
Morns Bierman. treasurer: Gilbert
Schwartz, corresponding secretary.
Frank Jaffe recording secretary:
Edward S. Klein, financial secre-
tary. Bernard Kohn. warden: Mar
tin Stein, assistant warden: Marvin
Bauzin. monitor: Bernard Tytell.
assistant monitor: Nathan Both
stein, euardian: Leslie Englerr.an.
~nt guardian
Trustees include Sam Friedman.
Louis Gordon. Dr M. A Kltnmar..
Sidney Palmer. Bernard Libennan
Burd Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Frieda
Burd. formerly of 1430 SW 20th
st will take place Sunday. Apr
17. 11 am. at Mt Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Babbi S T.
Swirsky officiating Mrs Burd is
survived by her husband. Nathan.
one son. three daughters and seven
grandchildren She was a member
of Congregation Beth El Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company Friends
and relatives are asked to attend
R. Z. Goldberg to Speck
Commemoration of the 12th an-
niversary of the uprising of the
Warsaw Ghetto will be observed
Thursday evening. Apr. 21. at Fla-
mingo Park B Z Goldberg, noted
columnist of The Day. will be guest
speaker. Musical program is also
planned
Ben
Branch to Meet
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Beth El Congregation Irving Sacks,
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that Dr A J Union will be guest
speaker He will discuss the philo-
sophy of Chaim Greenberg Chair-
ana will be Dr Harry H Oueen
Dr and Mrs- Meyer Golub will be
installed as new Members, and
Mrs M. Scrmartz wiU be hostess.
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1*11 Say...
Moribund Zionism
Aronovitz to Head Miami Delegation
At Florida B'nai B'rith Convention
I
By MARRY SIMONHOFF
1*4-to*ana)* Mipner 4*t Rabbi Lehrman a! the super prank
Blueto-MMa^'ftpr 2it** cumoUnw i ..nv that P^
the decline of American ZioAsav Notniaalty in* event coeat*aedjueff
with honoring a local rabbi. VrtuaHy it was a fund raising arojea
iwn? expenses and to reduce the overhanging
deficit of the Zionist Organiza'ion of America.
Otaiearly there is nothing wrong about an organ-
uation passing: the hat tor cash it needs badly- But a
national body of standing and authority should not
. tf Us prestige by participating in local squabble*
Nothing derogatory is here intended to Rabbi Lehr-
man. who help< Federation and Bond drives, and on
numerous occasions has spoken for Zionism. If the
clique directing the ZOA sets out to honor him there
I reason why he should object But the Hh York
.e should remember that there are about twenty
other rabbis in the Greater Miami areathat Rabbi
Lehrman is not the only rabbi who has labored for Medina! kmll
The Testimonial Drives
Every drive calls for concerted effort that >wings the community
into action Man> speakers of national stature, or of local influence,
put forth their best efforts to stimulate the annual giving. Numerous
men aad omen ring doorbells and expend their energies each year
to raake the campaign a success: yet they remain unhonored and un-
sung. Governments everywhere have come to recognize that wars are
won by the common man. aad monuments are dedicated everywhere to
the unknown soldier.
Therefore, as a matter of principle, why should the ZOA select a
single person upon whom to confer honors* Zionism is a mass move-
ment aad has succeeded ia bringing the Jewish State into being be-
action that demanded joint sacrifice and joint devotion.
Ob the ethical level, it seems unjust to extoi one person and ignore
others, whose contributions may have been cant, if not as
spectacular But ethics aside, was it expedient* There are a number of
other rabbis whose synagogues may resent this act a< shorn-ing prefer-
ence or d: on Surely the ZOA has lost enough members since
1948 to hazard farther shrinkage.
The Testimonial Dinner
The bureau. New York evidently sensed something incon-
- about the affair The heaviest artillery had to be hauled out.
They were compelled to utilize the personal popularity of President
Mortimer May. whose integrity and high character is universally recog-
nised As the piece de resistance. Amoassador Abba Eban had to lay
- mportant duties in Washington and at the I'nited Nations to
charm the $100 customers with his matchies* prose. Israel's representa-
tive evidently sensed the absurdity of the occasion Tongue in cheek.
he characterized a testimonial dinner "as the cruelty of man to man"
and playfully expressed q rr.pathy for the boredom or ennui the rabbi
had to undergo
The prime interest is the powwow centered on the reservations at
5100 a piate Here the top management seems to have lost its head com-
y The prospective donors received invitations that contained a
I-irge number of sponsors and umterv But some of the names printed
a the card had about as Batch connection with Zioawm as with Voo-
doscszn Several of the icvtters were former noe Zionists (a euphemism
far anti Zionist- Others had refused to buy Israel Bonds for fear of
being charged ;th double loyalty They evidently 'ignored their own
auoas. for they did not show up The** >"< were deleted from
the final pragtaau set near each pk.e The Herald reporter at least
:- good time, huhtad of seeing d -able, he saw triple when he re-
Editor that the cxcrj aumbereu 1.000 gm
The S***vs ef Zionism
The eider thai if laoaasts caald scarcely suppress a feeling of
They could remember the time when the Zionists constituted a
?~~ coanhet tlhe uenautjua ot Refarm aad Orthodoxy when Zionism over-
time mass aerua aad rimmi f aostiaty. the jeers of assiaulator and
super aafhfUni la these haaryou days, the ZOA was directed by an
exeeatrre assassed by aa iiannnili Hm body. The eaaer program dis-
ctaset a ill mat m strata of era titles, aad add daplitatniu of chieov-
bef ore the partitioa
soaery of generals.
',::- .- c>-
tee. a re gurnet ad.
mate coaairtees. But
Of a 1TI prated
to grace the irraiam
Brians a 1MB wh
Actually Zwai>a has
nptse bke the tin caa
seeks for the
a Palestine"
i- a
\! Aronovitz. president
of the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B nth lodges, will head the
delegation of Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith members to attend the an-
nual convention of the Florida
State B'nai B'rith Federation at the
-Huitingtoa htei. 8t Petersburg,
Saturday. Apr. IB, and eonchkhnu
with luncheon on Monday. Apr 18.
Feature speaker at the conven-
tion banquet, to be held on Sunday
ng. Apr 17. will be Hon John
J Sparkman. I'nited States Senator
from Alabama and former \ MM
presidential candidate
Herman Edehberg. Washington
repre>entative of the Anti Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith. will ad-
dress the luncheon session on Sun
day A highlight of the convention
will be panel presentations on the
programs of B'nai B'rith agencies
in Florida, including the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.
Americanism and Civil Affairs and
Service to Armed Forces and Vet-
erans
officer- and state committee
chairmen of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B uai Brith Lodges from
the Greater Miami Area include
Aranovtti. president; George 6. Le-
venaaa. regional viee president: Je-
rome Adelman. Hillel building
fund co-chairman: Sidney Adler.
BBYO co-chairman; Gilbert J. Bal-
kin secretary and public relations
chairman: Jack Falk. Hillel co-
chairman: Milton A. Friedman,
BBYO chairman: David Linn. Arm-
ed Forces Veterans chairman: Mil-
ton Mannheimer. Institute of Ju-
daism co-chairman.
Bernard Newmark. membership
chairman: Irving Saal. aid.to Israel
chairman: Tobias Simon. Institute
of Judaism chairman: Rabbi Morns
,Skop. Jewifh education co-chair-
man. Sanford M. Swerdlm. ADL
chairman: George J. Talianoff. leg-
islative chairman.
. fa
Algiers to be Site
Of 'Mrs. America' Contest
Coronation of Mr- Florida of
1956 will take place at the Algier-
hotel, on Monday. Apr. 18 Con-
test director* will put ten attrac-
tive women through their home
making and cooking paces for three
den to select Florida's reresenta-
Gen. 0 Donnell to be Honored Here
At Sports for Israel Ft
Lt Gen Emmett ODonneU. der by Charle- Greene,
uty chief of staff of the I'nited urer
States Air Force, will be honored; Col. Her.-1 _ni
Sunday evening at a reception sponsored by the I'nited States Gen. ODonneU, sjl
tive in the 17th annual quest for I Committee for Sports in Israel. The "Rosy** to mutaajfe.
"Mrs America" held this year at function, scheduled to begin at 5 nickname while com
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Sports for Israel committee, aad
Ellinor Village
Current holder of the title. Mrs
Mickie McDavid and Mrs. Laura
O Ban ion, 1951 runner up for the
national crown, will be among the
judges assigned to find Florida's
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ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LTH EMETH CONGREGATION
[hold Friday evening services
LS pm., wh Herbert Buch-
I officiating, assisted by the
1 c.ibiect of the sermon is
Led s:"Bleings.Wj Have
ged in Our Fir* Yesj&One*
at will honor Mr. an^s. Al
blliTH ISRAEL NORTH-
L CENTER will hold Friday
EL, services at 8:30 p.m.. dedi-
b U the Sisterhood. Partiapat-
Lui be the Mesdames Harry
Lj Irving Zuckerman, William
ijui, Theodore Pearlstein and
iHalpern. Rabbi Abraham Her-
Iwill officiate and preach on:
le of the Woman in Syna-
. Life" Cantor Albert Glantz
nrier the musical portions of
liturgy Oneg Shabbat will fol-
ISiturday morning services are
1a.m. Subject of the sermon is
Huled as: "Triumph of Vir-
'Kiddush will follow.
*
TH JACOB CONGREGATION
[hold Friday evening services
1:15 p.m. Saturday morning
es are at 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
juVa Chill officiating and
bring oi? the topic: "Liberty
fret No Loyalty." Cantor Aaron
fcgarten will render the musi-
wrtions of the liturgy. Class
almud is scheduled for 5r30
| followed by Mincha and Sha-
jeudos. Daily services are at 7
|8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
*
kuDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
fiTUTE will hold Friday eve-
[senices at 6:45 .m. Saturday
king sen ices are at 9 a.m. Rab-
Jaac Ever will officiate and
fh on the Weekly Portion of
aw. Daily service will be at 8
land 6:45 p.m.
I *
ImPLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kro-
officiating and preaching on
topic: "The Fourth 'R'." An-
1 consecration of officers and
tore will also be held. Satur-
norning services are at 10:45
[Richard, son of Dr. and Mrs.
ferd Roth, and Monte, son of
Ind Mrs. Carl Greenberg, will
ne Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Sam-
Kelemer will render the mus
lortions of the liturgy.
*
TH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening
ces at 6:30 m. Saturday morn-
ervices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Rottman, of Chicago, will
fcate and discuss the Weekly
pon of the Law.

RAH TEMPLE will hold Fri-
[evening services at 6:45 p.m.
rday morning services are at 9
with Rabbi Louis Cassel offi-
ng Cantor Joseph Salzman will
er the musical portions of the
tgy.

ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
late Friday evening services
f 15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Wernick
[officiate, with Cantor Maurice
aches rendering the musical
tons of the liturgy. Subject of
Vermon is scheduled as: "Priv-
N and Obligations." Oneg
T>at will follow. Mr. and Mrs.
nuel Smith will be hosts. Sat-
1 morning services are at 8:45,
lid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
Friedman, and Eric, son of
[and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen,
\ become Bar Mitzvah. Junior
are at 10 a.m. Daily serv-
[will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30

APLE SINAI of Hollywood
. 'd Friday evening services
Li!!! P m Insta,l*tion officen
[board members will take place.
" David Shapiro will officiate
I Preach on the topic: "The Fu-
> Ours." Cantor Joseph Ma
I *"1 render the musical por-
P of the liturgy, assisted by
;Kiir under the direction of
Mordechai Haalman. Oneg
Dpat will honor new officers
board members. Sponsor will
I Rothenberg in honor of
T Rothenberg. Saturday morn-
services are at 9. with Rabbi
P discussing the Weekly
"*"> Daily morning services are
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., honoring mem-
bers of the P.T.A. Mrs. Irving Co-
hen will preside. Rabbi Henry
Okolica will preach on the topic-
"What Has P.T.A. Done for Our
Center?" cantor Maurice Neu will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, with the choir assisting un-
der the direction of Lucille Moore.
Saturday morning services are at 9.
Rabbi Okolica will discuss: "Die-
tary Laws." Junior congregation
services are at 11 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
and preach on the topic: "The Un-
cleanliness of Man and Animal."
Cantor Berele Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.
*.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning
services will be at 9, with a class
in Talmud preceding services at 8
a.m. Rabbi Abraham Levitan will
officiate and preach on the topic:
Talmudic Conception of Slander."
Candlelighting Time
Nitan 23 6:22 p.m.
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Goldman, will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Cantor Edward Klein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the choir un-
der the direction of Eli Samuels.
*
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. Henry M. Rath
principal of Coral Gables Senior
High School, will be guest speaker.
Open forum will follow. Sister-
hood will be hostesses at the Oneg
bhabbat following. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9:45. Richard,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blume
816 Paradiso, will be Bar Mitzvah
and address the congregation
* *
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Songs of Songs." Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30.
Sermon will be based on the Week-
ly Portion. Rev. Rudolph Brill will
chant.
*
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate
and discuss the Weekly Portion.
Junior services are at 10:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph Narot will discuss:
"How We Bring Judaism Up to
Date." Saturday morning services
are at 11. Joel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Rifkin, will become
Bar Mitzvah.
Workmen's Circle to Mark
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Workmen's Circle of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a memorial meeting
in honor of the 12th anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising on
Tuesday evening at 25 Washington
ave.
Special script has been prepared
by Joseph DuritoV, secretary of the
Workmen's Circle Southern Dis-
trict.
Participating will be Jacob Fisch-
man, Max Haskel, Louis and Han-
nah Lasavin, William Paskoff,
David Rossi and Sam Snyder. Music
will be by Mrs. Lillian Nelson.
Steven Abbott will become Bar
Mitzvah and discuss the Weekly
Poj-tion. Class in advanced Bible is
scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will
be at 6, followed by Maariv.

HIALEAH Ml AMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services a; 8:15 p.m.,
with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer offi-
ciating and preaching on the topic:
"Demands of Our Time." Saturday
morning services will be at 9:30.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: "Review of Our Dietary Laws."

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:25
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will preach on the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 7:30 in the morning and 6:30
in the evening, with Sunday morn-
ing services scheduled for 8.

CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Joseph Abram-
son and S. Cohen will officiate and
discuss the Weekly Portion of the
Law.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold late Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating and
preaching on the topic: "Maimoni-
desPast and Present." Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
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NOTICC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT1CK IS HEREBY (ilVKN that
the undersldnad, deairins: to engage in
busineaa under the '*;tltiouH lujmc cT
PURE DAIRY I'RODfC'TS OK M.OR-
IDA, at 5200 Blscayne Blvd., Intend*
to re1ter said name with the Clent
of the Circuit Court ol Dadt County,
"""rATMOND K. CJK1HKL. Owner
KKKSl.Kit & GARS
Attorney* for Applicant
17S2 W. Planter St.
4/l-!2-* 6/6__________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. "-"D*;
IN CHANCERY Hf. ""
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HK1.EN L, DOTTER. pa&agant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HEUIN U DOTTER
No. 2 Lincoln Court.
S&LUV 3U5T 8JJJ
the ulalntllTa attorney. RKHAKii
KRIEtJKB SINK. >>?:1"inSTtfi*
Rulldins. Miami. Florida. "<"
th. orlfinal In the office of the < lerk
of the above Court on or *** tnr
Sth day f May. >i5= ",lh,rwoue
default will be entered aaalnst >ou
DATED: thla Slat day of March.
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I/I-I5-12-2J
"Never to forgive, never to forget"
The Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial
will be observed on
Thursday, April 21, 1955
at 8:30 p.m.
at FLAMINGO PARK
11th & Jefferson Ave.
The Well Known Journalist,
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1955
SECTION B
\[mSH FAMILY SERVICE'?
VOICE Of AMERICA
MONITORS POLAND
Bureau Considers Proposal to Change Name of JSSB
cial meeting of the Jewish
ial service Bureau was held last
feck in the auditorium of the Bu-
au ol Jewish Education building.
eting concerned itself with a
neraf revision of the by-laws of
, agency and related changes
eded in its charter.
Changes were given final form
presentation to the member-
p at a meeting of the board of
actors held last month. Alvin
Lcl. chairman of the JSSB by-
L committee, reported that
Uges included examination of
Tadniinistrative structure of the
Licy and obtaining the views of
|er organizations, such as Family
vice Association of America.
Considered at the meeting was
the proposal to change the name
of the agency to "Jewish Family
Service." Cassel said that he felt
such a change "to be of the great-
est importance, if the nature of
the agency's services was to be
properly understood in the commu-
nity." Board of directors and staff
were, he said, convinced that large
numbers of the Jewish population,
many professional people, and ev-
en a number of Miami organiza-
tions, as well as other agencies,
"have failed to realize that there
have been great changes in the
agency's services and skills in the
past five years.
"The major focus and interest of
aking preparations for four summer day camps of the Great-
| Miami Jewish Community Center are the central and branch
kmmittee heads shown at a recent meeting. Leon Epstein
h the left) county day camp chairman, discusses the situa-
bn with (left to right) Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, Town Branch; Mrs.
el Newman, Beach Branch; and Mrs. Maurice Dann, Flagler-
^ar.ada. Not shown are Israel Wcacman. Noilh Dade; and
as. Al Zeigler, Flagler-Granada co-chairman.
immunity Center Plans Operation
Cf Four Summer Day Camps Here;
North Dade Site Added to Program
B>ur ddj camps will be operat-
Jlhi- coming summer by the
later Miami Jewish Commuity
|ter. which is expanding this
n a county-wide basis to
ite 500 children between
ag< of 5'.. to 12, it was an-
|ni y Leon Epstein, county
camp committee chairman.
I 'ion will officially begin
lay, Apr. 10.
fpstiin stated that these camps
be serving families in new
a- in the first time. Parents in
southwest section of Miami or
-oral Gables can be served
punh the Miami Branch, 450 SW
ave. Applications from Miami
Ich will be handled at the Beach
kneh. 1536 Bay rd. Flagler-Gra-
pa (inter will serve the area
pent to its grounds at 50 NW
I PL
fhe newest development this
ft is the day camp to be con-
jointly with the North Dade
fasser Opens Anti-Semitic
apaganda in Germany
RAXKFURT (JTA) Otto
user, leader of the dissident
1 Black Front" sect, who re-
ed lo Germany last month from
a'la, is vigorously assailed by
ankiurter Allgemeine," influ-
|al conservative daily, for the
'Semitic propaganda campaign
resumed almost immediately af-
urn. In Munich, Strasser
told the press that the Jews of
"any would either have to "as-
ate or face the loss of Ger-
n citizenship. As foreign na-
mais, ccrmany should treat them
fcal
e same fashion as German na-
nais are treated in Israel, he
Jewish Center at the center loca-
tion, 13630 West Dixie hway. This
camp will provide a community
service of this type for the first
time in the North Miami and North
Miami Beach areas.
The camping season will be con-
ducted for eight weeks from June
20 to Aug. 12 and will be divided
into two four-week periods. The
program is operated five days a
week, Monday through Friday,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center places high prior-
j ity on its day camping program,"
said Epstein, "because of the com-
munity need for a constructive
summer experience for children
when their days are not occupied
with formal schooling. For those
children who are not ready for
overnight camping or are not able
to leave home for the summer, this
program aims to provide many of
the thrills of camp life in a whole-
some atmosphere, based upon small
group living with supervision by a
mature counselor."
As the leisure time arm of the
greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Center operates its camps on
a non-profit basis with tuition fees
geared to the requirements of the
average family.
Activities will include swimming
instruction, athletics, Jewish ob-
servances, arts and crafts, nature
lore, dramatics, singing and games.
Once a week groups are taken on
trips to places of interest. The
daily program is conducted on the
grounds of each of the center
buildings for half of each day, us-
ing outdoor and indoor facilities.
The second half of the day is spent
at various swimming pools used for
the camp waterfront program. Red
Cross qualifitd waterfront counsel-
Continued on Pago 3B
the agency lies in the field of fam-
ily counseling. Problems of fam-
ily and personal adjustment are
spread throughout the population,
appearing with equal severity
among all economic groups. Fam-
ily casework, which makes avail-
able to everyone professional skills
of the highest quality, is increas-
ingly being recognized as the ma-
jor direct treatment procedure. The
Jewish Social Service Bureau has
for several years been fully equip-
ped to provide this important so-
cial service."
However, national publicity and
the common understanding of the
public, he said, "inclines many peo-
ple to think of the name 'family
service' when they look for help.
The proposed change in name of
the Jewish Social Service Bureau
recognizes this current way of
thinking."
In preparing the revisions of the
by-laws, committee spokesmen said
that the agency "does not mean to
surrender responsibilities previ-
ously assumed, or its concern for
need in whatever form it appears.
Rather, it anticipates further clari-
fication and strengthening of such
services as help for the aged, the
child care program which is now
taking form, and vocational serv-
ice."
Among other developments dis-
cussed was the a shift in member-
ship. Cassel said that JSSB mem-
bership had been composed previ-
ously of persons showing an inter-
est in the agency and paying a
small membership dues. "With the
growth of the community and the
enlarging interest in social wel-
fare matters, it was believed that
the agency should recognize a gen-
eral constituency as its member-
ship. This would include ail Jew-
ish persons residing in the Greater
Miami area contributing lo a cen-
tral financing agency of which the
organization is a beneficiary."
Mrs Leo Ackerman, president of
the board of directors, expressed
the hope that there will be a full
altendance of JSSB membership at
the planned meetings. She said
"this is the third major develop-
ment in the agency's administra-
tive structure. Each has been a
landmark in the progress of the
agency and of the community. The
changes now being considered in
the laws governing our practice
represent our arrival at a high level
of organizational maturity."
Mrs. lea Ackerman
fll attendance
Brandeis Women
Plan Election
Plans are now being made for
the annual spring election lunch-
eon meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter, National Women's Com-
mittee of Brandeis university. The
event will take place on Apr. 22 at
the Algiers hotel, Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg, president, announced.
Mrs. Albert Pick will entertain
with a group of readings, according
to program chairman Mrs. Harold
. Turk. Mrs. Pick is past president of
the University of Miami Symphony
Club and was formerly a concert -
pianist.
Assisting Mrs. Pick will be Miss
I Jennifer Marshall, singer. She re-
cently appeared at the Roney Plaza
, hotel and will be accompanied by
I Tony Matas.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, book fund
chairman, has urged members to
contribute to the book funds of
Brandeis for all occasions. The
women's committee supports the
library at the university, and has
to date contributed over 100,000
volumes to the seven-year old
school.
Dr. Williams to Assume New UM
Post as Community Relations Dean
Local Woman Named Trustee
Of Leo N. Levi Hospital
Mrs. Jack R. Wein, local B'nai
B'rith leader, has been reelected
national trustee of the Leo N. Levi
Memorial Hospital at Hot Springs,
Ark. The hospital, founded by
B'nai B'rith, is non-sectarian and
is dedicated to research and the
treatment and alleviation of arth-
ritis and rheumatism.
University of Miami Vice Presi-
dent H. Franklin Williams will as-
sume new duties as Dean of Com-
munity Relations. His present as-
signment as Dean of Students will
be taken over by Noble Hendrix,
Dean of Students at the University
of Alabama. The administrative
changes will be effective July 1,
UM President Jay F. W. Pearson
announced.
"The University will be strength-
ened in two of its vital relation-
ships, those with the people with
whom we live and those with the
students who live with us," Dr.
SECOND ANNUAL
Ladies' Auxiliaries Hold
Joint JWV Installation
Second annual joint installation
of the Ladies' Auxiliaries of the
Jewish War Veterans was held Sun-
d;i> ill Elks Hall in Coral Gables.
New presidents installed were
Faye Koch. North Shore; Kay Lin-
gation, Hhleah Miami Springs;
North Miami Beach, Harriet Eagle;
West Miami, Lee Rubin; Coral Ga-
bles. Marion Silverston; Miami
Beach, Billie Kern, Norma Bruce
Brown, Sylvia Phillips.
Tessie Solomon, Department of
Florida president, was assisted by
Rose Horn and Norma Kolollof,
past Department Presidents.
Sgt. Kenneth Braidman. of the
Dade County Honor Guard, Jewish
War Veterans, directed the mass-
ing of colors.
Pearson said. "Two finer men for
these duties I could not imagine."
Dean of Students at Alabama for
10 years, the new UM officer also
brings a wide knowledge of secon-
dary school and university admin-
istration problems. He has been
Alabama coordinator of the Na-
tional Association of Secondary
School Principals, member of the
executive committee of the South-
ern Association of Colleges and
Secondary' Schools and consultant
! in church and higher education
1 surveys.
Recognition of the expanding
university and local interests un-
derlies creation of the new posi-
tion of Dean of Community Rela-
tions, according to Pearson. Since
more than 200 Dade County high
school graduates are on university
scholarships. Dr. Williams will re-
tain supervision of all scholarship
affairs as part of his new regional
duties, Dr. Pearson said.
Dr. Williams graduated summa
cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa at
Havard in 1927. He did his Master's
work at Cambridge in England and
returned to Harvard for his Ph.D.
During his 16 years at Miami, he
has served on many civic boards
and as a speaker on a wide range
of social and historical interests.
For ten years he was moderator
of the Miami Round Table of the
Air sponsored by the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
He is a past president of the
Mental Health Society of South-
eastern Florida and presently is
president of the Dade County Wel-
fare Planning Council. He has also
been a chairman of the budget com-
mittee of the Community Chest.
MISSES SEDER AT HOME BUT DOESN'T FORGET ISRAEL
'Dream Volunteer' Sticks to Job Despite Serious Illness
Mrs. Frieda Kalstcin of 245 Washington ave., Mi-
ami Beach, is a "dream" volunteer.
Any civic organization would be happy to num-
ber Mrs. Kalstein as one of their workers to judge
by her unparalleled performance in behalf of the
1955 Combined Jewish Appeal.
She has served in the ranks oft
the Women's Division for the past)
ten years and recently volunteered
td assist the "Chai" luncheon com-
mittee. At l)H close of this suc-
cessful Women's Division function,
Mr.-. Kalstein was rushed to Mt.
Sinai Hospital in critical condition.
Following a serious operation, p
Kalstein proceeded to carry on herj
volunteer work during her con-1
valescence, phoning her prospects]
and chatting bravely with the
steady stream of friends and con-
tributions who personally brought
Mrs. Kmhtti*
their contribu-
tions and signed pledge cards to her bedside.
Mrs. Kalstein missed her first Seder at home with
her daughter, Beatrice, but Women's Division chair-
man Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff has learned she will be
back on the job completing her assignment some
time next week.
Cheerful Mrs. Kalstein told friends commenting
on her devotion "these men, women and children
who are helped by the Appeal come first. I am happy
to be able to finish my job before the holidays are
over. I am grateful to all my friends who remem-
bered me, but I appreciate even more the people
who kept their pledge with Israel and Jewish fam-
ilies who need this help."
Mrs. Kalstein has been for many years active in
the Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, the
Israeli group of Hadassah, American Jewish Con-
gress, B'nai B'rith, Brandeis University, Jewish Na-
tional Fund and State of Israel Bonds.


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'Newman to be Installed Exalted Ruler;
lAssociated With Elks Order Since 1923
yistnorktian
PAGE 3 B
Edward T. Newman will be in-,
I stalled Exalted Ruler of Miami
Beach Lodge 1601. Benevolent and
protective Order of the Elks, on
[Thursday evening. Apr. 14, a% the
Klks Lod&c Hall on Alton rd. A
[dinner for 100 person* wiflprpcede
[the function. '
Long active in civic and com-
Imunity interests, Newman is a
[member of the American Legion,
wish War Veterans, the Masons,
gnai B'rith. Z.O.A., the Civic
league, having served as its secre-
tary and is a past president and
Enember of the board of directors
of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce and a past state vice
president of the Florida Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Newman has been associated
>ith the Riverside Memorial Cha-
pel for the past 12 years, serving
executive manager with Abe
Eisenberg.
His association with the Elks
egan in 1923, when- he was one of
stars of the Frolics of 1923,
produced by Atlantic City Elks
dge 276 for the New Jersey State
;ik>i Betty Bacharach Crippled
:hildren's Home in Longport, N.J.
.Vewman was initiated into the Mi-
ami Beach Order on November 16,
1944, and has worked on many
Committees since then. In addition,
he has donated 21 pints of blood,
nhich makes him the second high-
est donor to Miami Beach Lodge
Blood Bank.
Newman was appointed to the
blood bank committee in 1948 and
|ras made chairman in 1950. He
ras then appointed Esquire by E.
Edward C. Fogg m in 1952 and
has served the Lodge in the chairs
lince then.
Seals Still Available
It Miami Headquarters
Residents and winter visitors
Overlooked in the mailing of 1955
Easter Seals can receive their
eals at a special depot established
by the Easter Seal Society at 180
ME lift at, Mrs. Marshall S. Scott.
Campaign chairman, announced
Wednesday.
Mrs. Scott urged all Dade Coun-
ty residents and visitors who have
kot received their seals to call at
Ihc depot and thus participate in
the 22nd annual drive on behalf of
^rippled children.
"It is inevitable that some per-
sons may be missed in such a
large-scale mailing as that made
Ihis year," Mrs. Scott said, "We
hot only urge residents to call for
their Seals, but to use them on
kach piece of Eastertime mail."
The 1955 Easter Seal appeal is
I'm- conducted simultaneously in
rhe 48 States, District of Columbia,
Vlaska. Hawaii and Puerto Rico by
nore than 1,500 affiliated chapters
f the National Society for Crip-
pled Children and Adults.
The active Miami area commu-
nity worker was born in New York
City in 1919. His family moved to
Atlantic City the following year
and in 1934 moved to Miami Beach,
where he has resided ever since!
Newman graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High Sch6ol in 1937
and commenced serving an appren-
ticeship as embalmer shortly upon
graduation. He graduated from the
Renouard College of Embalming in
1944 and, as a licensed embalmer,
commenced his apprenticeship as
a funeral director. Newman was
licensed by the State of Florida in
1945.
During World War II,'Newman
served in the U.S. Air Corps as a
medical technician. An amusing
claim to fame is that so many peo-
ple mistake him for Steve Allen of
television.
Uwmri T. Ntwmaa
Unger Named President
Of Miami Beach Group
Maurice Unger, manager of
Three Sisters' Lincoln Road store,
was unanimously elected president
of the Retail Merchants Division of
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, at a breakfast meeting of
tbe division's b'dard'of directors in
the Sea Gull hotel last week.
The 1955 division directors also
named Howard Clyne, Saks Fifth
Avenue, and A. Goldman, Fu Man-
chu Restaurant, to serve as first
and second vice presidents.
Noting the opening of the State
Legislature sessions in Tallahassee,
retiring president Sam Knowle.s
called on the Retail Merchants Di-
rectors to formulate a resolution
to be directed to the Legislature to
1 rescind the inventory assessment
tax.
Canadians Raise $2,300
While on Vacation Here
A group of members of the Jew-
ish community of Toronto, Canada,
who are also Miami Beach winter
residents, have not forgotten their
philanthropic e n d e avor during
their annual vacations here.
P. Adams, of 1337 North Vene-
tian Way, is chairman of the
Toronto fund raising committee
for Moes Chittin, and his organiza-
tion recently raised $2,300 in one
evening, which will be sent to
needy persons in Israel.
The affair was at the Lincoln
Manor restaurant, with North
Shore Jewish Center spiritual lead-
er Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz prin-
cipal speaker.
Members of the Toronto com-
mittee include Abe Silverberg, Max
Rosen, Joseph Herman, M. Biern-
baum, S. Citron, Julius Veil, W.
Wise, A. Vladofsky, I. Goodman, H.
Shoot and S. Steinberg.

Community Center Plans
Four Summer Day Camps
Continued from Page 1 B
or-- are in charge of all swimmings
activities. Transportation from
home to camp and back, within cer-
tain distances, is available for
those who require it.
All campers are assigned to
groups of their own age level, with
12 to 15 campers in each group. A
Senior counselor of college age or
older is in charge of each group
nd is assisted by a junior coun-
selor.
Staff coordinator for the total
Say camp operation is Emanuel
'ropp. assistant director. Leaders
are Miami Branch. Mrs. Alvin Ho-
rowitz, chairman, Israel Silver, di-
rector; Beach Branch. Mrs. Joel
Newman, chairman. Nisson Pearl.
lirector; Flagler-Granada. Mrs.
unce Dann and Mrs. Al Ziegler,
co-chairmen. Harry Shamis, direc-
tor; North Dade. Israel Waxman,
[chairman, Leonard Roraney, direc-
tor.
\Miamian is Elected
Joseph Garfield. Miami Bottled
|yas Co. president, last week was
P'ected president of the Florida
-iquefied Petroleum Gas Associa-
J'on during the annual state con-
ence at Boca Raton.
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OVERSEAS NEWS LETTER FROMJSRAEL
Ben Gurion's Colony in Northern Negev
By OR. HERBERT FREEDEN
JERUSALEM Not far from
Beit Guvrin. a dirt track branches
off the highway leading into a
remote and sheltered valley With
unexpected abruptness, a hill
['. \ comes into view which rbM
steeply from the base, with a flat
top. towering over the plain like
a fort of yore. The simile is not
deceptive for this is the site of
ancient Lachish. a city which for
thousands of years dominated the
road from Israel to Egypt
Joshua ben Nun conquered her
"and the Lord delivered Lach-
i-h into the hands of Israel." Re-
havam fortified her in 925 B.C.E..
and another Judean King. Amazi-
jhu. was killed within her pre-
cincts At the time of Hezekia.
the mighty Sennacharib of Assyr-
ia, encamped his army in Lach-
ish And Nebuchadnezar. King of
Bablyon. made the city a strong-
hold in his fight against Juda.
Tablets of clay found in the
mound, bear letters and messages
dating back to his time
Climbing up the slopes where,
here and there, remnants of an-
cient walls and hewn stair- pierce
through the layer of earth, one
looks at empty lands, abundant
with weeds and shrubs, as if wait-
ing for the plough And the hour
is night. Lachish has given the
name to the new development ar-
ea in the south of the country
which will encompass the Kas-
tina-Faluja Beit Guvrin tnangle
and will reopen that part of Ju-
dea to Jewish settlement.
The provisional headquarters
of the project have been estab-
lished at Migdal Ashkelon on
Jewish National Fund land
There, soil tests and soil sunev-
topographical studies and layouts
for settlement, plans for roads
and pipelines are being made
For the region is to be developed
as a wholeand that is the nov-
elty of the schemewith each
settlement point interrelated to
the other and supplementing it
economically
The plan, under the auspices
of the national institutions and
initiated by David Ben Gurion.
aims at the revival of lands satur-
ated with history whose fertility
once supported large populations
Next to Lachish is Beit Guvrin.
now a small kibbutz, famous at
the time of the Romans and nam-
ed bv King Herod "Kliothropo-
lis." the city of freedom. Even
today, there are sites recalling
the glorious past, mosaics from
the Byzantine period, traces from
the presence of the Crusaders,
and above all. primeval caves. 40
meters high, shaped like bells
with the light streaming through
small openings on the top. the
legendary abode of giants, today
with thousands of bats nestling
in their nooks.
ON THE
"!i i !--lJ* 8ky_and: s,rokinR chivr
HARVEST OF HATE. The Ni
Program for the Destruction of' head, seemed to be
th. Jews of Europo. By Loon
PolUkov. 311 pp. Syracuse Uni-
versity Press. 1954.
By HILARY MINDLIN
"I WATCHED a family ... a man
and woman, surrounded by their
children -An old lady, her hair
completely white, held the baby
in her arms, rocking it, and singing
it a song. The infant was crying
aloud with delight. The parents
watched the group with tears in
their eyes. The father held the
ten-year-old boy by the hand,
speaking softly to him: the child
struggled to hold back his tears,
ifhen the father pointed a finger
It LIU Ml POLITICAL CVRTAMNS
L---------------------------------------------------------^^~^"~~
Dr. Vajs and Yugoslavian
Role in Jewish Affairs
By MILTON FRIEDMAN .to Israel Yugoslav authorities co-
operated in such instances with Dr.
WASHINGTON Questions y,^ Jew,sh Federation in Bel-
something i walked'^2
the mound and faced a ^23
about Yugoslav I-rael relations and gra()e
the situation of Jews as a small re
ligious minority in Yugoslavia, the
world's only anti-Soviet Communist
state, have been raised on the ar-
rival in Washington of the presi-
dent of the Federation of Yugo-
slav Jewish Communities.
Dr. Albert Vajs. Federation pres-
ident, arrived here with a hand-
While Cominform police arrest-
ed Jews charged with -working for
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Tito pinned a high Yugoslav deco-
ration on the lapel of Frederick C.
White. "Joint" representative in
Belgrade. Yugoslavia sold military
equipment to Israel after Czecho-
slovakia arbitrarily terminated its
mm W ft* rr* of AocieX tmckitk
PERSONALITIES IN PANORAMA
Anecdote Recalls Freud
Who Opened Men's Minds
re.y printed 300-page almanac J^J -
describing Jewish life and h story war {or indcpendence.
,n\ugoslav,a The authenticity of attention to
25 bS? lSK2 I p 3 j ^sh
Locker, an Israel diplomat, is au-
thor of a portion The book was
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
i- ^he psychological age
Doctor- te thai many -ick
of p-ychological origin.
II we start coughing. the> u>ed
a-k if we had sat in a draught
- if there isn't
Thing about our job we don't like
i.nd >uEest that our coughing is
a kind of wish fulfillment that we
might be sick, so that we wouldn't
have to look at the boss again
The man who started all of this
a- of BoWM the late Sigmund
Freud I w.> greatly interested in
an article which appeared in the
.>h Day-Morning Journal re-
cently. It was an interview by
Mo>he Duchovneh. who for some
> ears has been something of a jour-
nalistic specialist in psychological
realms The interview was M
Dr Theodor Reik. perhaps the fa
vorite protege of the late Dr
Freud In the interview Dr Reik :
(-ported as pointing out that
Jewish folklore showed ar. intuitive
perception of n-.ar.y of the truths
: pajTJWlirjiii Dr Reik cite-
for example a Galician Jewish epi-
-gram: "You are not so little that
nave to make yourself big.'
It recalls an anecdote about the
famous Jewish scholar, the "Cha-
chasn Sopher A Jew was trying
mpress him at the same time
with hi- erudition and humility.
He would make a point of showing
hi> brilliance and then would
hedge with remarks that he was
but a simple man with no preten-
sions to scholarship This went on
for some time Finally. Chatham
Sopher said: "Cut out all this pre-
tense to humility You are not so
great a man as to have to be hum-
ble ."
Here, the story is in reverse, yet
both illustrate the principles of |
Freudian.
Sigmund Freud was not a reli-
gious man. but he never denied
hi> Jewishne-- In fact. I believe
he even thought his Jewishne--
helped him make psychological dis-
covers- Hi- book attempting to
"Psychoanalyze" wit is full of Jew-
printed in Belgrade.
Marshal Tito's assistance in the
rehabilitation of Jewish life in
Yugoslavia has been lauded by Dr.
Vajs. The Jewish leader, who is a
professor at Belgrade University,
told also of acts of friendship by
the Yugoslav Government toward
Israel
Yugoslav Jews who settled in Is-
tant government posts. Moshe Pi-
jade. Tito's chief theoretician, is
perhaps the best known. Others
are Col. Gen. Voja Todcrovic. a
military hero. Nissim Albahari.
j member of the Bosnian Govern-
| ment. and Dr. Mirko Bruner, a For-
i eign Ministry official and former
First Secretary of the Yugoslav
Embassy in Washington.
In pre-war Yugoslavia there were
75.000 Jews. Of these about 80
ish humorous stories of which he
had a verv high opinion. mitted to sell immovable property
One of those he cited was of the b**0 departure British subjects
two Jews who were travelling in a *w allowed to remove assets un-
train -Where are you going" dr comparable circumstances.
Yugoslavia
racl speak in glowing terms of percent were killed by Nazis and
Titos anti Nazi fight Some tell natlv fascists like Andr.ja Artu-
how their lives were saved bv Tito- kov,c- Croatian collaborator now
led Communist partisans. But a 1,vm j*8 Angeles and seeking
number of these same people, while 1 Y^ deporation^ An estimated
free to leave for Israel (unlike the | J3-5** J su^lved^?f. ,h* nunv
Mwi from other Communist coun-
were nevertheless not per-
asks one
"I am going to Cracow." is the
reply
The second Jew becomes irate.
"You are telling me you are going
to Cracow, so that I may think you
are going to Letnburg. but I know
you are really going to Cracow."
Other tacts about
stand in sharp contrast to anti-
Zionist developments in the states
of the Cominform. It is known that
Jews escaped from Rumanian and
Hunganan Communist police into
Yugoslavia where Yugoslav police I*5* decoration, nine awards being
aided the escapees on their way posthumous.
ber 3.000 fought in Tito's partisan
forces.
It is generally acknowledged that
the resistance in Yugoslavia did
more to achieve liberation than
did anti-Nazis in any other occu-
pied country. There were many
instances of Jewish heroism. Of
the 3.000 Jewish partisans. 250
were declared "national heroes."
Twelve received Yugoslavia's high-
common grave Tightly J3I
corpses were heaped so ek*TI
gether that only the heads *Z\
. Some still moved. OthmTI
ed their hands and turned tUI
heads to show they were still a
. The (family,, completely m2
. stopped at the spot HitaJ
by the SS man Facing ta73
and wounded, they spoke aifthj
them. Then I heard a serial
rifle shots. I looked in the i
and saw their bodies eontarfd
their heads, already inert, 3
on the corpses beneath."
Depositions like this,
taken from the Nuremberg!
form the basis of this do
book; Mr. Poliakov has. in i
let the Nazis "tell thej
story." Thus the hideous
disclose the progression of
from the first "statutes" I
Jews and confiscating their i
erty, through pillaging
tion. and finally, genocide.
steps from barring Jews from ^
liberal profession- civil
tration. and teaching to hand
them from life were -hort andJ
cwtable, to the Nazi mind.
HERE IS the picture of 114
reversal of values a reversal
complete that the manufacture*
Jewish bones into phosphate 1
Jewish fat into soap is simply I
logical economics of the net |M|
osophy. Is mass torture wotstl
mass murder? Is such
worse than legislating
inferior people"' If you
' yes, count yourselves guilty-
| are but differences of degree.
Who, indeed. i guiltless?
1 Allies, who did not bomb As
;witx, Dachau or Belsea?
j Church, Bwhich said nothing
' German people, who insist'
!were "forced'* "millions of I
! profited from the goods of the 1
I dered Jews, even soliciting C
beforehand; they managed to 1
t their own people from HrtJefil
: thanasia program, protesting I
; ly enough to halt it Or the/
:who resisted only sporaduW|
Who has the right to pass ja
on the Jews?
This book has a very
I tone, sometimes righteous,
! times completely matter-oHst!
Perhaps this is the only wajij
which we can think of the V"
slime, half anesthetized in the |
of an excision too brutal follfl
be comprehended.
But it is important that j
think about it. German)s
conscience would seem radw'
wish to shake off the wapH
which it is burdened by i_
and increased aggressrrtsWii
to give proof of any real eosn
tion." And Germany has jost J
rearmed. Let every Jew
watch. Let no one forget
I NITER NATIONS VIGNETTE
All are Agreed Egypt is Waging Hot War
By ARTHUR LEWIS
I'NITED NATIONSThere is
nothing in the least partisan now
about the claim that Egypt and
the other Arab States are waging
a deliberate and relentless cam-
paign of terror against Lsrael. it
has been borne out in the testi
mony of Gen E L M Burns be-
fore the Security Council, in has
report, the United Nations truce
supervisor says that the Gaza
clash may have been a reprisal
"for the spying, sabotage and
murders for which the Egyptian
military intelligeace service was
saad to be responsible."
Gen Burns goes into this point
in some detail, and it is evident
that he believes that it is the real
cause of the continuing border
strife in Palestine He quotes an
Israeli army spokesman as telling
him that "the Egyptian military
authorities in the Gaza Srnp were
conducting spying and sabotage
operation* in Israel territory."
but he complains that he has not
been given much proof of thi
However, the truce supervisor ex-
cuses this in a a\ b> saying that
the "methods of espionage and
counterespionage are highlv n-
cret"
Ever, at that, there was some
evidence available to him One
Arab marauder who was killed
was found to have on his person
an intelligence report on the traf-
fic on the Faluja-Beersheba road.
Another Arab who was wounded
and captured by the Israeli forces
stated to a United Nations observ-
er that he was an Egyptian agent.
Furthermore, a long list of "Egyp-
tian Intelligence Activities," ac-
cording to the Israeli newspaper.
Lamershav. is attached to the re-
port as an appendix.
It is obvious from this that Gen.
Burns is greatly concerned about
thi> matter As he told the Se-
curity Council, he did take it up
with the Egyptians and received
from them an off-hand confirma-
tion that such a campaign of ter-
ror was going on, although they
denied any responsibility for it-
Does this statement mean that
the Egyptian authorities are un-
able to maintain law and order
in then- country? That is the
question being asked here.
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)AY. APRIL 15, 1955
m POPULATION CXPtRT MAKES PREDICTION
-Jewistincridian
lerican Jewry Won't be Numerically Larger in 1970
LsHlNGTONAmerican Jew-, show that tho average size for Jew
fc,i,;,l)lv will not be numeric** ish families is 3.1 or lesv In cort
in 1970 than* it is today trast to the U.S. avraJ'
iltetBc gncfr"pUWMW(ii h*' JfcT Arsons per famlr/;
,' I ...4,1.1 Cla "Be t_----- .
in the United States during
last decade, according to Ben
Elil>nian, former director of the
L of Jewish Population Re-
le noted demographer made
trediction in an article appear-
In the April issue of the Na-
| Jewish Monthly, published
nai B'rith. He points out that
i 75 percent of the total Amer-
Bewish population lives in 13
communities where the aver-
[anuly ^ize and birth rate are
|cr than in rural areas. Ac-
rig to Scligman, other factors
thich his prediction is based
in con-l
J* or about T
', that AWbr-1
T^^^*
die Sussman, soprano,
jierly of New York, has re-
ly settled in Miami
Ch. For several years, she
[ soloist at Temple Emanu-
New York City. Mrs.
feman has also success-
conducted children's
rs and is continuing this
at Temple Beth Sholom
Jious school here. For her
appearance in Miami,
Sussman sang a group
nddish and Hebrew songs
^e Jewish Music Festival
Y Drive-in N.
[Teller Window. >
the easy way i
to bank! -J* #
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ican Jews are generally older than
their neighbors and have fewer I
children.
Seligman quotes Nathan Gold-
berg, another Jewish demographer,
as asserting that the Jewish birth '
rate itself is declining. He says that i
although an average of 2.2 children '
per family is required for the gen-1
eral population to renew itself, the
average number of children per
Jewish famiiy is "much fewer,"
and would have to be even larger j
than 2.2. Losses from intermar-
riage and assimilation generally
are also proportionately large.
On the other hand, Seligman
sees "some glimmer of hope" in
the fact that the economic condi-
tion of Jews continues to improve,'
contributing to the trend away
from the big cities to suburban
Two Local Meetings Will
Memorialize Warsaw Ghetto
Twelfth anniversary of the War-
saw Ghetto memorial will be ob-
served by two community gather-
ings sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, according to an
announcement by Harold Thurman,
chairman of the adult education
committee of the Bureau.
The programs will feature a full-
length movie, "Border Street," por-
traying the heroism of the Jews of
Warsaw, particularly the activity
of the youth in that doomed city.
"Border Street" has received wide
acclaim in New York City, where
it ra;i commercially for almost a
year.
Under the theme of "Lest We
Forget," a Miami Beach gathering
will be held at Northshore Jewish
Center on Monday evening, Apr.
18, where Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will introduce the Memorial
and film.
In Miami, the meeting will be
held at Beth David Congregation,
on Tuesday, Apr. 19, where Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky, of Congrega-
tion Beth El, will be introductory
speaker.
community life, which is more fav
,orable to a lugher birth rate.
"Certain other intangibles may
also help," Seligman writes, "the
urge to make up for wartime
losses, as well as a heightened
sense of self-awareness and a great-
er feeling of security."
"Under the best of conditions,"
Seligman concludes, "the Jewish
population in the U.S. 15 years
from now would probably be no
more than six million. This as-
sumes that outright assimilation
will not make the sharp inroads
that everyone says it will, and that
Jewish growth will follow the same
pattern as general population
growth. But since this is unlikely,
the best prospects are for a future
population somewhere between
what we now have and an upper
limit of six million Jews by 1970.
The most probable situation, how-
ever, will be one in which we will
just hold our own at present
levels."
Cardiac Chapter Elects
Mrs. Glance President
Mrs. Jess Glance was named
president of the Miami Chapter,
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
ital, at a chapter
meeting Tuesday
in Melvin Cohen
Hall.
Other officers
elected for 1955-
56 include t h e
Mesdames Philip
Bendell, Sam
Schulwolf, Henry
J a c obson and
Jess Spirer, vice
_, presidents; Mau-
Mr.. Glance rice Weintraub,
recording secretary; Henry Shor,
corresponding secretary.
The Mesdames Norman Burger,
financial secretary; Michael Blank,
treasurer; Joseph Socolof, honor-
ary chaplain; Herman Wronker,
chaplain; and Jan Jacobs, auditor.
The chapter will install the new-
ly elected officers at a luncheon
in the Columbus hotel May 17.
PAGE 5 B
Haber Gets Courtesy Award
Melvin J. Haber has been named
Courtesy Award winner of the Mi-^
ami Beach Chamber of Commerce,
Leo Eisenstein, Courtesy Commit-
tee chairman, announced this
week. Haber, assistant manager of
the Carib Theatre, was nominated
by Mrs. Dora Cohen. 1132 Euclid
ave. He has been a resident of the
Miami area for the past 16 years,
is married and resides with his
wife, Rhoda, and their two daugh-
ters at 5930 SW 61st st.
v. .
Sisterhood to Install
Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center will install officers
and new members at a special cere-
mony Friday during evening serv-
ices of the North Shore Jewish
Center. President is Mrs. Fred Jo-
nas. Mrs. Allen Acker will be chair-
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PAGE 6B
Business, Professional CJA Divisions
Raise $601,000 of Total Appeal Goal
ttUGrON MAHT *> IIOj
JTuday, apkl
Business and Professional Din
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal has raised over $601,000 in its
steady forward march towards a
record-breaking quota of $700,000
Latest figures in the closing
weeks of the campaign were re-
leased by Trades vice chairmen
Leo Ackerman. Leo Chaikin. Artie
Kravitz. John Serbin and general
chairman Sam J. Heiman.
The Trades Division has set a
final target date for all unit- an
nounced Heiman. following a re-
cent meeting of all division heads
Apr 27 i- the final date for all
trades solicitations to be com-
pleted
Workers in all units will again
gather. a> they have in previous
years; at a huge thank you' social
and dance on Apr 27 at which time
final results will be disclosed."
Heiman said
Trade- Division achieved the
S601.000 mark in three months, as
compared with approximately eight
months required last year to raise
la similar amount This unit ts re
(sponsible for raising 52 percent of
the total Combined Jewish Appeal
goal for this year.
Heiman reports a spurt of activ
itv in the Women's Division. Win-
ter Residents. Hotels. Apartments,
matching the speed-up of card cov-
erage in the trades group*
Approximately $1139.000 has
,been raised in the total campaign
thus far
Cleanup drives have been initi-
ated in the Physicians Division,
headed bv Dr David Kir-h in Mi
ami. Assisting in covering pledge
assignments are Dr.- Charles \\ er
blow. Sol Cann. Daniel Hammond
and Leo Levin
M. J. Kopelowitz. pioneer cam-
paigner and former campaign
chairman, is setting up a -special
alignment unit which usually
goes into action in the final weeks
of the campaign Kopelowitz has ac
cepted a record total of 307 pledge
ments and has already con-
tacted 138 of this number.
Temple Emanu-EI Museum Houses Rare Jewish Relics of
I '* __-- Ka> amvuntmtflt. AdfTllS* IDC OTCf an ; The love and Prsu f
gion maul more to the "> Jew
fhan life itself ***'
proven by exhibits now on dts
play at the museum of Temple
Emanu-EI. 1701 Washington ave..
Miami Beach.
The many relics housed in the
mu-eum all items with 1. hich
{he Jew surrounded himself in
and out of his home and syna-
gogue-depict the Jew a< a learn-
U* pious man who spared no
co-t or effort to express his Io\e
of his religion.
Open from 10 to 12 am each
Sundav. the museum is the only
permanent branch of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
,n New York City Its volunteer
curator. Mrs Eve Cooper Sermon,
eta. also conducts tours for small
groups by appointment. Admis-
sion is frae.
One study in contrasts is dfler-
ed by a marriage certificate dated
1635 in Verona. Italy. On it is a
clear warning to young brides
that if the marriage goes wrong,
-he must return all her worldly
gifts to her disgruntled or dis-
satisfied husband.
Visitors who walk down the
long hallway leading to the en-
trance of the museum see rare
prints depicting synagogues and
ceremonies conducted in France.
Italy and Spain in the 16th, 17th
and 18th centuries.
Once inside, there are inumer-
ahle relicts to examine. Woman
as a scholar is depicted in a 14th
century bit of stained glass. Hang-
ing over an ancient Tnrv
old iilver lamp W"*
centuries In a Hui,^
gogue and was recta^
the Nans.
A section of the aw*^
tains articles related to '
of the Sabbath. Yiddi,-
heavily engraved i0
and floral designs ate
Fine workman-hip is q_
by an ancient Torata icroili
lously written in the finest.
Also on exhibition is a m]
Chanuka men and Polish origin.
Countless other exhibit; J
display, and others havjfcjjf
ceived and will be aiMeci
collection soon, according |
Sermoneta.
7-e--:r.e:er zr.d cosh going up'' says Winter Residents
cr.=3man Jack Camei right', as he enters latest figure of
5 I : DOC uttamad on Apr. 5 in the Combined Jewish Appeal
zz.ve. Standing MB is Louis Prihlan. Normandy Isle chaii-
mcr. Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman directs the score
board opercron._______________________________
Winter Residents
Achieve CJA Goal
An unprecedented achievement
nd drives set here last
week by Jack Carner. chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Win
ter Residents Division
H unit was the first to exceed
their quota of $267,000. more than
Women's Chapter
Names Officers
Election of officers for the com-
ing vear was a feature of the North
Shore B'nai Brith Women's Chap-
ter last week.
The slate, previously announced
bv the nominating committee at a
board meet.ng held at the Algiers
: hotel, includes: president Mrs.
George Baltuch. present mcum-
Ibent: vice presidentsElsie Bel-
sky Mrs. Eugene J Schwarz. Alice
Pincus and Rita Himmel: treasurer
Sadie Rudnick; recording secre-
taryMr- Nat Stein: correspond-
ing secretaryFran Kehn. "a*
ant corresponding secretaries i
Feme Schwartz and Shirley Cohen,
financial secretary Charlotte
Brown.
1 Assistant financial secretaries
Belle Pomerantz and Jean Ko'.lin:
social secretary Sylvia Shaw. U
tonanMrs Murray Ratner: par-
liamentarianJean Raab: sentinel
Mr- Lawrence Weston: guardian
Dorothy Reichenthal: councilor
Tillie Wolf>on: honorary president
Sonny Phillips: and trustees-
Mr- Mark Silverstein. Rae Hoff-
man. Mrs. Jack R. Wein and Rose
Levenson.
W

Mrs. Benjamin Gladwin. president of Stephen S. Wise I
oi Hadassah (left), presents a Certificate ci Award \r
Meyer Harris at a donor luncheon last week in the
Carlo hotel. The certificate honors Mrs. Han.s as an"
in the Hadassah program for World Jewish Childs Day-
Certificate of Award was presented to Mis. Joseph LiBMfj
________________Chest Lauds 1955 Campaign Effort; Names Directors
Lester R Barnhill, 1955 Red total of $1527.110 was the fifth E. Dooly, Richard L. Dread
Membership Tea ScMOWiet j Feather campaign chairman, was straight victory by the Community-
lauded at a special victory dinner chest tMm in Dade County.
S40.000 ahead of last year's gift*.
thai division.
The vigorous campaigner who
has c-tabii-hed an enviable record
of communal activity and philan-
thropy ir. his native Rye N Y
community, has assured campaign
chairman Sam Heiman that Ui
group of workers are continuing to
-e ahead getting additional |
in the Greater Miami commur
This achievement came about
as a result of individual effor
T$ worker in our division." said \
Carner. reporting his 'over-tbe-
t'-p victory-
We have decided to lead the
way m the remaining weeks of thi-
dnve. Our workers have taken ad-
ditional assignments We intend to
go out on another door-to-door can-
vass of Winter Residents families
in Miami Beach. We want them to
know of the magnificent work sup-
ported by the Combined Jewish
Appeal right here in our own
neighborhood, as well as in Israel.
I hope the achievement of the
Winter Residents Division will set
the example for other divisions in
the campaign-"
Carner appointed Louis Pritikin.
chairman of the Winter Residents
Unit on Normandy Isle, and urged
Jewish residents in that commu-
nity to respond generously to the
volamteer workers.
Membership tea and games party
sponsored by Miami Chapter, City
of Hope Cancer and Tuberculosis
Hospital, will be held Monday eve-
ning. Apr 18. at the Home Milk
Company Chairman is Mrs Fay
Stempel. president A--i-ting will
be Mrs. Sara Span, vice president
last week held by Dade County
Community Chest workers
J. H Brock, chairman of the exe
cutive committee, pointed out that
the 1955 drive raised an additional
Newly elected and reelected
board members include Leonard L.
Abess. Barnhill. Harry Hood Bas-
sett. Brock. Edgar H. Chambers.
the Rev Fred E. Cole. Mrs. R. W.
7 5 percent over last year The 1955 Craig. Lon Worth Crow. Jr.. Oscar
Mrs. Lou iim\\
ler. Jr.. Jame- 1- Knight. 11
Vicar. J. N. nf< Arthur.
Hirsch Meyer. Robert
Burton P Nik i- Paul I
John Serbin. John E.
Gregor Smith. Mrs
Swansoo. John B Turner. 1
A- Wien and Dr 1 FraniMJ
Passover basketsi were distributed last week to Miami Beach needy by the Rebels Boy* Club
of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center shown with their advisor. Bernae Kulchin.
and sptaosorj^uncilmac.Burnett Roth. Lett to right (back row) are Don Cache. Bemie Kulchin,
Irv Faigenblmt. Bob Bishop. Norman Blackstein. Moe Brody. Morton Topp. Ed Schwartz. Mar-
aid Harry tST* ^^ "^ Ltmy Tm*- Bottm row Paul "oyaood. Roth. Scan Bergei
Representative
Will be Named
To Federation
Member organuUlBi
Greater Miarr. Jewh* P
have been aski I w Jl
names of new rcprr-entai
the coming >ear before.
cording to I
Stanley C. Mver-
In communicatwBiJ
, dents of group- *&"
Federation. Myer aano*
the annual meeting oi *
has been set for May n.
.time officer- and hoard*
'will he selected for m M
"According to byj^J
Greater lliami ^'^
orgauational *%*?*
. privilege each) ear oMW-
; representative t o *JJ
laoard (rf governors
with a paid n^benw
over may PV^J
tiMc to the federal**
Tnder Federate, f
representative mo*
writing and must a-
member of FJ
tor W the 1955
A^eal caanp**"
IU-" ~ ,_
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IY, APBH. 15. 1955
jLOBAL SHOOTS
*J^Hl Meridian
==
PAGE 7 B
U Cabinet HoWs Special
[ion on Egyptian Attacks
hUCAI-EM (JTA^fhe Israel
Fet met in emergency session
fto consider the situation ere-
|by the long series of Egyptian
Lr provocations culminating in
nights extended engagement
hich two Israel soldiers were
i and 16 others were wounded.
t the meeting Ambassador Ab-
fcban. Israel delegate to the
M Nations, was instructed to
kor an urgent meeting of the
City Council, and Mr. Sharett
[with American Ambassador
Ld B. Lawson for the third
Cculivo meeting in three days
ten the two statesmen.
Bin Says Iraqi Pact
is No Threat to Israel
INDON (JTA) The British
iment was assured here that
is nothing in the Turkish-
delensc pactto which Brit-
icamc a party last week
should cause anxiety to Is-
f any other state in the Mid-
jst. The assurance came from
my Nutting, Minister of
for Foreign Affairs, who ap-
in Parliament to answer
ions during the debate on
[h adherence to the pact.
m Takes Issue With
on Indemnity Claims
ENNA (JTA!Dr. Emil Maur-
esident of the Vienna Jewish
tiunitv. took sharp issue here
IChanccllor Julius Raab over
|tjons made by the Chancellor
recent radio address on the
advanced by Jewish organ-
|ns for restitution of losses to
in Austria under the Nazi
ne Dr. Maurer challenged the
\m> it a statement by Chan-
Raab to the effect that the
^ian Covernment had already
3,000.1100,000 schillings for
ution.
merce. Mr Thertm said that his
Government welcomed Israel's en-
try int.. South African markets.
"We wish Israel an honored place
in our import trade," he 'said.
JDA Starts $5,000,000 Drive;
Harriman Flays McCarran Act
NEW YORK (JTA>"One of the
most hateful expressions of intol-
erance" on the American scene to-
day is the "infamous" McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act, Gov. Av-
erill W. Harriman declared here at
a dinner inaugurating the Joint
Defense Appeal's 1955 drive in the
New York area. The JDA, fund
raising arm of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai Brith and the
American Jewish Committee, seeks
$5,000,000 nationally, half in the
metropolitan area.
Miss Greene flamed) ***#-*c,ufc ,o *
To Bond Office *-**"M,**~
Miss Sally Greene, of New York,
has been appointed to the staff of
the Miami Israel Bond Office, tt
was announced by Mrs. Monte Se-
lig, chairman of the Women's Di-
vision for Bonds in the Miami area.
Ruins of King Herod's
Palace Reported Unearthed
NEW YORK (JTA)^-Israel ar-
chaeologists, digging near Massada
in the Dead Sea area, have unearth-
ed the ruins of the 2,000-year-old
palace of Kin* Herod the Great,
the United Press reported from
Jerusalem. The dispatch quoted
Michael Avi Yona, of the Israel
Department of Antiquities to the
effect that the palace was uncover-
ed during a 12-day survey by an
expedition which has just return-
ed to Jerusalem.
100,000 Children to Get
Salk Anti-Polio Vaccine
JERUSALEM (WNS)The Israel
Ministry of Health disclosed here
that a gift from the National Foun-
dation for Infantile Paralysis in
, the United States will make it pos-
1 sible to immunize about 100,000
! children in the country against the
' dreaded polio disease through Salk
serum injections. About 600 liters
of the Salk vaccine is expected to
reach the country this month, when
the anti polio campaign begins.
Eighth musical preview of the
season has been announced by Mrs.
Harold E. Davis, preview chairman
of the University of Miami Sytn-
phony CIudv for Friday, Apr.' 15,
at the Miami Women's Club.
The club will hbnor composer
Robert Strassburg, who will talk
on his own composition, "The Pa-
triarchs," to have its premier at
the University of Miami concerts
Apr. 17 and 18.
Also featured will be Professor
Jose Balseiro, who will speak on
Claudio Arrau and play themes
from the Brahms B flat major
Piano Concerto No. 2.
Hostesses during the social hour
will include Mrs. Gordon- Varney
and Mrs. Richard Wolfson.
__
HERBERT S. LEVIN, DOS
SUITE 612-614 DuPONT B10G.
Is priviliged fo announce
the association of
I
I L. F. J0RDAIN, DOS I
in hit office beginning March 26th,
for the cart and treatment of his
patients (luring hit recall inte
military service.
Phene 9-3143
I
kva Parley Adopts
kmmendations on Bias
|(EVA iJTA) A resolution
for the formation of inter-
nal bodies, either of. United
Ins specialized agencies or of
nments themselves, to hear
llaints on prejudice and dis-
Ination in contravention of the
Charter, the Declaration of Hu-
IRiRhts and international con-
Ions, was adopted here as the
pay convention of non-govern-
oiganizations on means of
Icating prejudice an discrimi-
\n came to an end.
udicn Jews Seek
lission of Immigrants -
JNTREAL (JTA)A joint del-
Ion representing the Canadian
Tsh Congress and the Jewish
Igrant Aid Society called on
fclK.ii Minister for Citizenship
[Immigration J. W. Pickersgill
effort to obtain relaxation
(migration regulations pertain-
to refugees and the admission
families of "hard-core" im-
lants from Europe, the CJC an-
Iced here.
German Government Puts
Genocide Act Into Effect
BONN (JTA)The Federal Re-
public of Germany has made the
United Nations Genocide Conven-
tion effective in West Germany and
West Berlin, thus outlawing the
crime which Germany originated
genocide. The provisions of that
Convention have now been incor-
porated into the German Penal
Code. It provides a life term at
penal servitude, the highest pun-
ishment that can now be imposed
in West Germany.
Miss Sallf Greene
Miss Greene will assist the Wom-
en's Division in planning activities
for the 1955 campaign .
Mrs. Selig announced that a goal
of 125 Sponsors had been set for
1955, and 25 women of the Miami
area have already enrolled as Spon-
sors for 1955.
A Sponsor is a woman who has
purchased $1,000 or more in State
of Israel Development Bonds.
Miss Greene was executive sec-
retary of the Brooklyn Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish Congress,
field representative in the Wom-
en's Division of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies in New York
and the director of the Women's
Division of the St. Louis Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Utica Condemns Defense
Appeal for 'Uncleared' Drive
UTICA, N.Y. (JTA)The Jewish
Community Council of Utica has
issued a public statement condemn-
ing the Joint Defense Appeal of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith and the American Jew-
ish Committee for having conduct-
ed a fund raising campaign in this
city without prior notification and
clearance of the council and in
conflict with the launching of the
United Jewish Appeal.
|e Reading in Schools
be Decided by Voters
jjS ANGELES (JTA) The
(lion ol whether Bible reading
'I be .-.Mowed in this state's
schools may be submitted
f"' People to decide by ballot
e next general election, it was
Psed here. Last week, the
.Senate Education Committee
1 clown a proposed Bible
bill. Assemblyman John
r[ ,hcn suggested it might be
P" "dea to put the proposal on
pallot.
Africa Greets Israel
P'ion at Trades Fair
[HANNESBURG (JTA)-Offi-
F^t.ngs of the South African
piment were delivered here
J,|*Bln f the Israel Pa-
st the Rand Easter Show
Afnca's biggest trade fair
I*- Theron, Secretary of Com-
An afflicted youngster enjoys his occupational therapy
treatment with Misi Miriam Epstein He i. learning to
control the movements of his hands by I^* *"J^
ing board at the Rehabilitation Center of the. CnppJed1 Chil-
dren's Society. Because he is deaf he also has difficulty m
tallang and he receives speech therapy each week upon the
prescription of his physician. More than 129 patients with all
lypes of physical handicaps are receiving treatment and re-
ha^Uitation slices each week at the Crippled Chtldrens
Society Rehabilitation Center.
^PRODUCTS
fJUNE
< .
VMARGARINE
TONIGHT
QUINIELAS EVERY RACE
DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd
POST TIME 8:00 P.M.
NO MINORS ADMITTED
to or on the premises
ADMISSION 25c GATES OPEN 6:30
SEE YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER FOR
DIRECT BUS ROUTES TO THE TRACK
' State Supervised Parimutgel Wagering
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the reams a
the Voice added, "the
reports that when a
eUapse*. aalls crack
or roots leak- H is the
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tbe Conv
directors a*e
New Rubber
Make Royal Master
High in Quality
Nylon and a new kind of b>ud
robber are combined in a oev
R^ral Master tnktltir tire intro-
dnced by luted Slates Rubber
Company to pve motorists pro-
tection at iartsn.fi kick speeds,
a silent nde and scaff-proof
white sidewalk Added to the ad-
vantages of tkts nrenuaa tire, ae-
rordmg to company officials. .
Sam of 22 per cent in nuleafe
The new tire is specifically de-
sMd to meet the dem.aifr for
safety and home ewabty med-
mm
Hrwari
Participani* in a-Pioneer Womtn'i fcmhion show last weeki
eluded 'standing left to right; the Mandates V S Greni
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tv APRIL 15, 1955
Hirsch Reveals
ol of Drama
| Miami Beach
Hirsch School of Drama
-ein classes Apr. 18 at 315
K,h st., Miami Beach. Classes
|u]ts and children will be
by Hirsch, former drama
#r at the University of Mi-
pd producer-director of the
playhouse.
tses will include acting,
makeup, playwriting, play
lion, drama appreciation
ublic appearance. Registra-
^ now being accepted for
d evening classes in the ten-
jjring semester.
ch, director of the School of
I has had a background of 12
i educational theatre. He re-
ioth Bachelor and Master of
egrees in Drama from the
nfy of North Carolina,
i served on the staff of the
Playmakers, and taught
Department of Dramatic
^eld a two-year scholarship
Neighborhood Playhouse
f the Theatre in New York
died with Sanford Meisner
ffamous Group Theatre. In
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Forer Makes Dean's
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Henry David Forer. a junior in
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Drama Department as as- hLas a,aln made the Dean's List for
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FRIDAY. APRIL 15
Obituaries
T, ..f
SAMUEL KORENBLIT ,
I .i i.. i- or Miami I
Air i m- ..- rath-ad from iiu-
i nuort-export bimlmma an.l van..- bare
\...r- .iu" from New fork. H, la
aurvived b) In- wife, Lillian, anil oim
*,.n. Jack, both Miami Beach; and
i,.....tughtore. Mr-. Kacbeta Liayan
.ui.i Mra II.l^a Back, both of ^
i i.i i i- n 1 rlcea tn h. id in
i, Memorial Gbapel, with ouilal
, .1! Klnal .-m.-t.-i >
ISADORE FABIAN
,.-. .f |24J I'. llll-> l.al.i.l U\e. Mill'..
I W..II.I
Wai i. died Apr. < l" a local hoapltul.
II- a:n. ii.-.e t h i > i-ar aso Horn
Chi ago, where in- was a tavern owner
an.i apartment houaa operator. Ha
waa a Ufa niambar of the Dlnahled
Am. i i. an Veteraaa. Survtvtas are hla
Salt)". < -"" If->r\-.->. of Miami
and i.> brother* ami atatei
|n .'hi. lgo S. i \ i.-t-s Hll.l burial tOOg
plan a. Chicago, with local ...ranite-
, i- .._!.-i 1- aa. i.il Home.
JACOB SILVER
i i.-.i NT. Bayahora dr pass.d
. \|i Kervtcea were held In
Rivet -in Miami Reai h Chapel, n-lth
Ijui al i" Ml Sinai Cemetery, Mr. Oli-
ver .am.- liiir l.i year* ago from New
York City, a ni-.-. M'- Bjrrrta Walta-
i an of Miami, am vivt-s.
ARNOLD FRIEDMAN
tc. of >.. Oariand nve, Surfeld*.
died Wetlilt -.lav Rh I ild
l:.... h.
..f Ma.ni. At, ilea laton an i Hryl.
and three alatera In. lu.i-
inn Mrs, Bam KChulwoif, Miami Ar-
.,, t- tor -! rice* and barlal
in Miami were In charge of u
.i.il Kim. i al Hon f
MRS. SADIE HOLTZMAN
KU Day pi.. Miami Beach, .. ..
here foi 11 > ara died Baturdaj Una
Bun Ivlng are a da
Mi Mary Harder, ami ..
both ..i Miami Beach Service* wi
held in RIveraMn Man......il Chapel,
Miami Beach, with" burial la Mi B1-
nal i Vn.t tary.
MURRAY M. BARSON
4."i, ,f -->' sv. 14th tar., paaand awaj
Al',,- i., in a local hoapltal Burvryed
t>\ his wife, Ruth, two daughters. Mrs.
Joan Scot! and Mlaa I.in.la Barann.
rother, Samuel Barsukow and
three alatera, Miss Sally Baraukov,
\;.. Rom OoMatoln and Mis K..> Fol-
i ,i s.\i..s were h. Id at Miami
River* I, Interment ami in Mt Nebo
l;, .
joseph silver
>. ,.f l Hf. NK Bayahor* pL, paaaed
.... Apr. .: in a local hospilal Sur-
b] l.i- n. i, .-. Mrs. Sylvia W lilt-
ii an s-iii, were held al Miami
Beach Rlveralde latarmanl "a- I HI
.sin;, i iVin.
CAPT. NATHAN MASIN
rormcriy ..f BW rth la "J
killed in action in Korea on Nov. .
I) ,,i H.- was attacked tO Ha- Medlra.
Corpa as a d.vtor. lit- received varj-
. npaign illiltons and th.- 1 urplr
Heart lit is aurvlved bj ins parent*.
Ma-in. one brother,
Henry, ..f Atlanta. Ha and Ins era nil-
mother, Mrs TetU Maaln Remalna
arrived la Miami Friday, Apr. I, *-
.s.rte.l i>> l.irut Col Chartea f"":
s..,M,.s ttfir h-ld Apr. :\ at Miami
Rlverakte Memorial fhapel. with Kah-
bl Alfred n'umu offlclatiag and the
Jewiah War Vataraaa Honor ouard
,,( Dade taiintv rfn.lrrliiK mllitai
aervlcaa lnit-init-nt follow ad at
Memorial l'ark Camatary.
Mt
lace In Maw York with local
arriniemea*- SrSStfM'a ......' '"'-
,.i.,i Home.
WALTER I. BREZIN
- of IIT" JfW 1 Snd si M
,a,..l With I.Ui.al
;n Ml -Nt ho emetei *
herman'd. blane
,. ,,; ., Bouth Bhora tU died "n n
.- vlatl HpUya.....1 A
, r, held in Ki>r.si.lr M
Chapel, Miami Beach A real-
,., heie lor flra 'i-- Ml ;"
waa aalea rcpraaentaUve f.n N.....B*l
,, South I lortda. "<
Me mother.
Roae Ulan.-, a broth* M ii
,',| M, I >*" !"
LEO M. CARTLAND
/Hrs. $kop Authors Article
An article by Mrs. Morris A.
Skop appears in the current issue
of the national magazine, "Ameri-
can Judaism." official public
of the Union of America,, He
Congregations She is th. Z .
Rabbi Morris Skop, Corautl
ritual le,d^M

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Miami !' h,
MAX KELLISH
IISI Rbu ,\ n* I'ImI dieI M ,
Beach Memorial Home.
MEYER SIEGEL
.-, of fox XW 7th ave., pa -l away
i' ., local hoapltal M II II smvived
b) his wife, Ray, i"" s.m-. Irving
an,i Nathan, two daughter", Ada mi-
lanl and Mi-- Sophie Sleaal. <"
brothera, Max and Baa, and two au-
it-i- Mar. Starodla and Leila I'oKln.
Remalna wera aeirt Maa Fork Bar
-,.im. -s and intrrnienl by Miami km
eralde
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fortiifor* Taps, leveled Mirfft mud Ratifraring Our Spt^.
L. A Cl. Glass and Mirror WorldI
136 S.W. 8th St PHONE M
mnit Orttm
BARNEY I
,.,i. of KM KB :i"t
Mar. :* in
Survlvi-d by
BARNEY B. LEVY
UK -'!-' at., ;......I aw 1}
Mat Servi a-ere bead In Rler-
, ,i, .\:.... i Itapel, "'Hi burial In
Mi Nt-i... meter] Mr l..-v>. a
ia ..mia loi in Philadelphia.
i, aidenl ,,i Miami foi I i
.. ...... two etatrra. Ml
i fan I mi, Miami, and Mlaa
Mlarn I aeJi
ALEXANDER CELZER
; Kapani ... \\ j Miami Beat h,
,i ,.,, \i.,, j >. ,. .r in id In
, Mi la I i 'hapel, Miami
li Ml Nebo Ceme-
v native ..f Roxbury, Maaa., h
i- na ed l>) hi- a Etta and two
. Mi- Kdythe '
Mi i.. th> Let net.
MRS. PAULINE POSNER
i,. .., iiiji n a%e..
. -i Ml -''. I, a hoapltal She
hail l ealdent ol v
: from Naa York Bur-
huabanaf, Sol;
Mm Sbtrte) '--
..,., I,. ..na m Abra-
.1 three alatera Mra
v Lillian Brownati in
M Ma Ki rm I all Mli al
i
I. LEVY
at., passed nwav
. Phlladalphla koapitaL
two alatera, Mrs Paulina
Van Ram and Mra l^-uls Lew, Bar*.
,.- ware held al Miami Riveralde.
Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. HADASSAH SEGAL
;i ,,i 14:;.' Lincoln tar., Miami I'.....h,
who came here nine yeara ago Ironi
New Tor* City, died Mar Sunli-
|M are .. s,.n. Mar,,Id J.. of Miami, and
two uian.l.-aiMren Services were held
,n i;..i,u,.,s Miami I leach Ckauel with
bu lal in Mi Naho Cemeti i
WOLKO KALLINS
141 ddllni ave.. Miami
died Mar II
i eral Home
..% I
! .loi. I
Miami
Be nh.
Beach
ALBERT FALK
.;v ,.f 1370 N'E IJSlh -I Mai
i. .- al Beach Memo) lal Ckapel;
lal in Mount Slnal Cematerj
Rei
l.ur-
SAMUEL KLEIN
. ma nager
of an apartment unit at
n.ai addn rtlad Mar H<
to Miami Beach eiaiu yeara ago rroni
Ken v..rk Surviving are hla wife.
I-.,!,,., two daughtera, Mra I
., Mra Claire l.i. kver, both
,.f s> v..ik. ratter, Mra. lose
Hlnch, Miami Beach Bervlcea and
i i, ,.,i were held la the Broa. wrtk
rtivern ill M.-inoi lal lllapel. Ml uml
, ha rut- of l'tal an..nt. -
lllfllt-.
f
JOSEPH ABRAMS
R Bi | Ha 1.....1 to)
. \ retired
tore owner,
.. Mai KB, and
all of
,.i lived here aeven

ago
MRS MOLLIE BRODY
.- ..:., i- .li S nand) Isle,
fron N w V,,ik f,.r
lei t for
u^.l Apr. ti She
u n.i. I>i Benjamin
- n- vVIIUam an,i fcttaiuajr,
h attorneya .. dauah-
. Mlaa V'era Brod> two gra
111 ..! .Miami, and two brothers
i| New York S. r\ i.es
i la i 'hapel. Ml iml
with Ml

MRS FRANCES B. SHERMAN
ro-ownar of ran ami BUI'l Restaurant
,,f Miami IVach for ?l yeara.
Mra Sherman, who was
H Ne V, ik. lived ai II E nl
dr Miami Beach Bh waa a
SOPHIE ME.tZON
, of Bttl BW Uk st. pa-seil away
Mar. 30 at her residence. Survived
hv her huahaml. Samuel, three tlaiiKh-
ters. Coldie Ludmer, Kva Wlnnlman
and Lillian Scharfsteln. two brothers.
William and laaac Hoffman an.l three
sistera. Kather Kaufman. Ktta t-nlterr. Ileaale Arkuvh. Services were
h.l.l at Miami Riverside. Intel ment
was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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, of <:' vw llrtk st Mar.
m'a Miami Funeral Home
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7n. of ISM .loffersnn nve.. Miami
i.... i n iaaad away
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iwa) Saturday. Rlvaralde Memorial
PhapeL Miami Baaoh.' Burial In
Nt-i... Camatary.
Mt
died
l.i n
I.id..
mi n'li.a
,,i the Order of Eaetern Btar In New
Yolk Survlvlnjt are h.r huahand and
-1., s. lucludinK Mr* Michael
k| |.-.,.i. | D| \'i iml Bel rlcaa held
in i iordon'a Miami ach
r-hapel, ith hartal in the family plot
.,, .-,,1 Qrova Camatary, i.ing
land. S v.
i-
JOSEPH
T. of 108 Waal
pruned awa'. M.r
DAVID WERNICOFP
i i;.. -
..mine
; on i'l M'l "
i Mi
hai~ I. will I Vim"
I |e a- a I -til ed h
an Surviving are hi- .\ifr.
. daagat.
. in f ith M ami Mt i mra Ba-
\i i.
ta.
ATKINS
ve., Miami Beach.
_', Service* were
. with
in i.i in Witodiawn Camatary. Mr.
vtklna, a retired , lived In Miami Bea.h M years.
, .minit fioi Canada. Bar*
,re hla wife, Rachel: two *on.
v nrla and Ben, hoth of Miami, three
daughter* Mr* DorothJ Kaler. Mi-
ami. Mm. Koa. lliinmel. uf North Bay.
Ontario, and Mr*. Ruth Stein, Holy-
,,k.- Mass three Lrothera an.l three
MRS ROSE MOSKOWlTZ
:;. who ago fr,,in
ronklyn N f died Apr al tor
in s\v Itl rlriag are
at and
lal took ptaoi Mea
... ion Ml I'""
SAMUEL LEWIS
-.- of V Alton r.l Miami Beach, Mar
rlcaa ware la Maw xark, *
Miami Beaefc
Dade Cancer Society Seeks
Volunteers for Drive
A plea for volunteers for the
house-to-house campaign the night
of Apr. 19 has gone out this week
from the Dade County Unit of the
American Cancer Society.
Mrs. Stephen R. Crawford, direc-
tor of the residential canvass for
the Dade County Unit, stated "Ifs
always the woman who guards the
health of the home. By investing
two hours on the night of Apr. 19,
she is not only guarding her family
but she becomes a vital link in this
fight against cancer.
"Cancer now strikes one out of
every four persons in the United
States," she added. $100,000 goal
has been established to assure the
continuance of trie present serv- i
ices and meet the increased de- j
mands upon the Society."
Mrs. Crawford went on to explain
that all phases of the American !
Cancer Society program are in ac-j
tion in Dade County. The American
CawMt Society's drive opened on
Apr. 1, with President Kisenhower
officially declaring this month as
Cancer Control Month
I I II SI
first
COURTIS
HIGHEST IN RESERVES
Miami Beach ederal
. s 1 N 0 O N '. ', .) C l t I O N

NORIhSMORl *HN .id Ho.ding t.meln Hood ond Wn.h.nqlon *>'. 66S Woili
PIUOIMT MAaUCUKNT IEUKB POSSatU OOn 3%
MRS. SOPHIE
7t. of ISM) Ci.llina ave
died Mai J- r.ordon
LEITH
M iami
M ami

MRS SADIE WACHTEL
ISS Meridian ave Miami Beach.
wh.. .., hrht yaan asp from
I' rth Amboj M.J., li^d Mar fa
vivlng are her huahand, Nathan, and
a ilaughter. I.lnda. U'th of Miami
vt-re held In Rh et
- de Memorial Ckapat, ltli l.uiial In
Mt N.I.i. i ni. tl
Chorfes Hall Will Run
In Beach Council Race
Charles (Chuck) Hall, 37-year-old
Miami Beach hotel and apartment
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
S. M. Machtei, Director
5505 N.W. 3rd st. Phone MO 1-8201
SOLOMON LEVY
.' imi lie*, h,
N. v., k. with Htcai ananement
Beach '
OSCAR PESACOV
)(. Who o Miami 7 >
Newport. R I paaaed awav Apr.
-.1 .t. r. hflil In aortfoo'a Ml-
hapel, iih lairial in Mt Naho
remoter] Ml lvm\, a meat a,le-
Wil'i-. K" >-e
i- II .el mid Lawrence: two
n and Barhara. all of
in.'lii.linir M i--
f Miami Bea.h: and
: ... grotta
house operator. Saturday announc-
ed his candidacy for Miami Beach
city council subject to the May 31
davHtTroth !prry-
retired hardware merchant who \ Hall entered the real estate and
investment business at Miami
was a
and
modern
North-
western University.
During World War II. the candi-
date served four years in the U.S.
MRS LIBBV LIPIN
T. .,f 1 IVnnsvlvanl i ave
iiV.me' '" *" Nav,y- including two years in the
M im
troll Beach Memorial
MRS KATE SUSSMAN
H, of J'. B. Shore dr Miami Beach.
' Mar "," in New York, laical ar-
rangements by Bea. h Memorial I lian
el
MRS. FANNIE MORRIS
T-, ,.f (.*.'.*. Adam* .nt, Miami l'.t-a. h.
arka eajne kere II yeara ago from
nl, a". paaaed away Apr. I. Seiv-
, .- t,-.k glare in Chicago with local
r..nr> ni.-i.t- by Baaoh kfamortal
'liaitel. Surviving are her hnaband.
I'klllp; a -,n PkUJp, lr Miami
dau*rhtej\ Mrw.
Bodolaky. Vleta,
Cal.
Klla
BENNY PEARLMAN
m ,.f Detroit, preaaman for The r>e-
ii .it Free Praaa, died A|.r. 8 la IV-
i.ni. He i- -urvived b) hi mother.
Mm Ouaale Pearlman. Miami: five
ra, AU Myr.m and Harry, all
SARAH WEINER
?. of ;-,4 H\V lh ave passed awar
Mar. 11 at her reeMeare, Kunrlved
I., her lin-U.nd. Joseph, one wn. Her-
man, one danahter. Kthel Kaplan, one
l.i other. I>*vld Smith and one l*ter.
Anne Rattan Ser\ ice* were held at
Miami RlreraMe Interment In Star
of Ihtvld i emetei y.
MRS. SARAH WEINER
il'. of ;.4 S\V 01th ave Mar St.
Ret \ lees at Ulversieie Memorial t'hap-
el l.urial in Stir of iv.ivld Cemetery.
MRS. ESTHER BRENSON
*JL who i-ame to Miami 1". yeara ago
from New York City, died Mar 31 at
her home 511 SW *th *t. She leavea
a eon. William, three daughter*. Mm
Jraeie I'.nlla*. Mr*. Minnie Stolx and
Mrs Bra Stahl. 11 grandrhildren and
a great-grandchild, all of Miami. Bui -
Pacific.
He married the former Jacque-
line Cavalier in 1946. The couple
have one daughter and live at 1491
Lincoln ter Miami Beach
Gordon
Funeral
Home
Karry
t*an*"
Serving the Jeiri*h Comm**M\
ot
Greater Miami
with
Honor and mmtinciion
tar
Over a Quarter ot a ent*n
GORDON FUNERAL HOHI
MIAMI BEACH
1333 Bade Blvd.
"kooe Jf 1-7477
IN MIAMI
710 S.W. 12* **
ri*aa^^?,,
KI 60M0N. UcMsaw NwSfgi WrKfar


MY, APRIL 15, 1955
+Jewlst ffcridlimn
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
H-rr:CE by publication
It^J CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fcviNTH JOOICIAL CJRCUIT OF
JRIOA
IN
AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, N0.N78209
s^anko......Sirr.
fo BRW.N XX>DgND
gUIT FOR DIVORCE
noNAI." KKW1S (lOODFRlENI)
J.i,. I' Coodtrieiadtize* huo f
,(-,(! i......; A\ i i"u-
>tf*ALf?V>*W**o
op ..... hereb) notified that h
[Complaint for invoice ha* been
"ilnl vein, ami you are requlr-
B ,.,,,>> ..f your Answer or
a,. [., [he liill of Complaint on
nEinllff'f Attorneyx. ARONO-
-PAROXOV1TZ & CAIDIN, Ttx
Handing. Miami. Klorlda. and
ii urlginal Answer or deadline
offli,. of the Clerk of the Cir-
iii in.fore the Bth day of
II y.rii f.iil to do nit. Judg-
| .mil will be taken against
for th'- relief demanded In the
of Complain!
hit notice shall be published once
wrrk for four consecutive weeks
rHK JEWISH FLoltlUIAN.
f)XB AND >I:I >!:ItKI> at Miami.
fw. Ihil r.th day of April, A.D.
K l: I.EXTHBRMAN.
clerk, circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
By .low i:cii:HNHYKH.
rt Seal! Deputy Clerk
uM'VITZ ARON'oVTrZl CAIDIN
I I'lalntlff
ffeybnld Huildimr. iliami, Florldn
IVn-rs
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
4E COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
RIOA IN PROBATE, No. 34982A
ESTATE <>l''
icii: Hi 11-1 M AN', r>eceaae i nod All I'eraoiut-fluv-
r Demand! Against Said
ami each of you. are hereby
fi*-I anil required to present any
:in ii, nun have aicainst the
ol J v H Huffman, daceaa-
ktf of Hade County, Florida, to
I, County Judge* of Hade
|t>. n.l file the same in their
a in the County Courthouae In
Omnly, Florida, within eight
month* from the date of the
bvbUeation hereof. Said claims
ImaiHuj to contain the legal ad-
7 of the claimant and to be sworn
|il j : rented as aforeuald. or name
tarred.
|e Mar. SI, A l. is:.:..
REBA HOFFMAN,
As Executrix of the I,at Will
and Testament of
JACnll HOFFMAN, Deceased.
MR AND MANNHEIMER
bus f.,r Executrix
LHGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
' NAME, LAW
NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, de.litng to engage in
business under the. f,.tl,l.,s names of
*?',. 1! "LANK. STATE BEVER-
AGES, AND KTATK I'.l'V Kit \< V
DISTRIBUTORS, al (90 NWlith
sn.-.-t. Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
tater said name with the Clerk of the
( Irmlt ( ourt of Dad,. County, Morlda
.. SAMl'EL IILANK
SEA'KHKM*.BLANK
JACK MILLER
K -^^l',lV>KJliLMH!jJI,A>
MYERS, I.EIMAN* KAM.VN
Attorneys for Petitioners
4/l_--l.'.-22_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-----
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the iind.-i .-i:;ncii, desiring to engage In
business, under the fictitious, name of
KOUTHBRN ADVERTISING SERV-
ICE, at 534 ColllnaAve., Miami Beach.
Intends to reglnlersaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HKBIIERT BADGER
KKSSf.KP. (i,\Rs
Attorneys for Applicant
ITS'. W. Flagler St
t/l-S-15-M
(OTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF-1
llDA IN AND FOR DADE
|TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1773M
MID HAUL WILLIAMS.
flnirrtiff
Qttl MF.I.olSK WILLIAMS.
I>efendant.
SUIT FOR OIVORCF
JIl-l'IlKli DKI.OISK WILLIAMS
South Hinkley Street
Stockton. California
l are hereby notified that a Bill
nplalnt fur Divorce has been fll-
kinst you. and yon are required
a copy nf your Answer or
Ing to the Bill of Complaint on
llainilfrs Attornev. HENRY M.
, BH West Flaelei- Street, Ml-
[Klondn. and file the original
r or I'N-adlnr In the office of
erk of the circuit Court on or
the 16th day of May. IS.',.". If
lil to .In o, judgment by default
taken against vou for the re-
Imandeil in the Bill of Complaint.
notice shall be published on<
k for four eonaaetlUve weak*
II WISH FLORIDIAN
tK VND oltDRKD at Miami.
this 7th .lay of April. A.D
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK U HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VENETIAN MEDICAL B11LDING,
14M N. BaynhOiY Dr.. Miami.. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County. Florida.
1.11.1.IAN CANTOR
JOSEPH LAC RAN 8"A
MORRIS FA1.K li
Kl.l 1). COODSTBINVi
4/1-8-1.-.-23 _____________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 177922
JOYCE c. BONKENIU'RU. I'L.inUff
' vs.
ALBERT BONKENBCRO,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Y'ou, ALBERT BoNK E.N'Bl'RC, 12(9
E. Eighth Street, Brooklyn, New York,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
larva copy of your Answer or Plead.-
lng to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD SHA-
I'llto, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Fleudlng In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
April 29. It&i. If you fail to do a,,.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint
IH1NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 25th day of March. 1935.
E. B. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dadp County. Florida
By R. II RICE. JR.
n'ir. ult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
4,)-H-i:,-22
R B LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
1 'ade County, Florida
fly M C GREEN, '
(ii I',. |.t seal) I puty Clerk
|IY M. CAIN
> for Plaintiff
Flagler Street, Miami. Ilorlda
rii-H
>TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
iner.-iKned. desiring to engage in
V. under the fictitious name of
I'T RATH DRUG STORE,
I ounty, Florida, intends to |
num.. in, the Clerk of
"i-cuit Court of Dade County,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 177923
DON MICHAEL OVERTON. JR..
Plaintiff
BARBARA OVERTON, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. BARBARA OVERTON. S20
President Street. Brooklyn. New Tork,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to ihe Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney. HAROLD SHA-
PIRO. 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
oi Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
April 29. lr,:.. If you fall to do ao,
judgment by default will be taken
aghlnst you for the relief demand.-d
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED aj. Miami.
Florida, this 2.".th day of March. 1 :-",->.
E B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICK. JR.
(Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Clerk
4/1-S-K.--"-'
600 CORPORATION
a Florida Corporation
RT M. I.KHRMAN
ZL,'"r. I7,0 Corporation
'", """d. Miami Beach
.^COUNTY JUDQE-B COURT
5nl .F0R DADE COUNTY.
PDA IN PROBATE. No. 34734-B
r-sr-ATE OF
*?,W*BPON a/k/a
n/i ;AI:IK>N- John
OTICE TO CREDITORS
'.rWltori and AU Persona Hav-
"" "i Demanda Against Said
anil
M and
and
of
"f .Mi|'|\
"l late
tach of you, are hereby
rvqu^ee|| io present any
demands which you, or
'.V.v"1"*' hav against the
, 'HN P ItKARIXYN. etc.,
1. '.'L"1"1* County. Florida.
'};" KILVNK B. BOWLING.
lue nf Dade County, and
"' In his office In the
'"house In Dade County.
L ." ';lKn, calendar months
i te of the first publication
-aid claims or demanda to
demands to
." legal address f th, claim-
r,.^!i, "w',r" to and presented
'"" <>t the 1933 Probate
Anrll .-, n
KDWAItD^K
As Kx
i*:,r,.
RKARIMiN.
ecutor of the Last Will
J0"N P RKARDON. etc.
. N. *m D^.^
ecu.?,1; Kdw*r luardon.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE-UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
tends to register said name
with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
b'El'ANSKY
HKNRY NORT("nL"
Attorney for Applicant
1013 NcYl,|,| 1,1,1,,.
4/1-1-15-H

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,____ NAME LAW
.NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslened. desiring to engage in
DUDnSL.8,,!der lh" fictitious name of
PARKOTKL SERVICE, at 249 N.K.
ird Street. Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I IMC County. Florida.
LEDA, INc a Florida corporation
By: s/ LOUIS WEISKNTHAJ,
President
Attest: s BERNARD FALK
STANLEY JOEL LKVINK" K*P'
Attorney for LEDA. INC
4/s ''-"'.;''.',! H""1' Miami Beach, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign, ii, desiring; to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MY-JO 8NACKERY, at 160 Glralda
Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the <'lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
JQ8BPH POGEL
4/.-8.,r,-22 MYRA y""Kl'
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30384. B
RE: ESTATE OP
MEYER I. CLICK, also known as
M. .1. GL1CK, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICK is hereby given thai w,
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Admin-
istrators of the estate of MEYER I.
CLICK, also known as M. J. CLICK.
deceased: and that on the 2nd dav of
May. IMS. will apply to the Honorable
W. F. ULANTON. County Judge of
Bade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrators of the Ba-
tata of MEYER .1. CLICK, also known
as If, J. CLICK, deceased.
This 25th day of March, 1933.
JACOB FLSHMAN
BHIEL LESOWODER
CHARLES LIPPOW
CKOKGK CHKKTKOE
Attorney for Administrators
607 Olympia Building, Miami J2, Fla.
4/1-S-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlBa (o engage in
business under the Mititlous name of
TERRY H ROYS RENDEVolS, ;, |
.'.1 N.W. 79th Street. Miami. Florida,
ntends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Marshall l. LAMBERT
(Soje Owner)
HENRY VI CAIN
Attorney for Applica
. Applicant
19 W. MngleT Sfie.-f, Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi'-tltious name of
SUN CITY MOTEL, at 17100 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Honda. Intend
to register the said name with the
Clark of tbe Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
JOHN DICIOVANNA
FRANK ABRAMS
HARRY MERESMAN
SCTRWART/. Z1NN
ittorneys for Applicants
ItM Ainslev Bldg., Miami, Florida
1/8-K.-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VI ',' thai
the undersigneil, desiring to engage in
tuslness under the fictitious name of
DBCTONB co at :,-,:, s W, 12nd Ave-
nue, Miami, b'lorlda, intends to regis-
ter said name u ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>ade County, l-lorida.
KLMOR SPECTOR
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney*, for Klmor Sfiector
sr,0 Seybold Building, Miami. HorldH
4/1-16-a-jj
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GCLFSTREAM PRODUCE, at 2110
N.W. 13th Avenue, Miami. Intend t"
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
VINCENT PALAZZOLO
GRAZIANO MACRO
Partner*
KURT WBLMW'II
Attorney for Apiilicants<
*/l'-I-U-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RICH SALES, at 26 N.W. 3rd Street.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK RKICHMAN (SEAL)
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Owner
607 Olympia Building, Miami, Florida
3/25 l/l-S-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175S81
JOEART CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation, Plaintiff
VBRNON E HCBKR and
TERMPLAN FINANCING, INC.,
a corporation, Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: VBRNON i: HCBER
5097 Strathmore Drive
Cincinnati 27. Ohio;
and all persons known or un-
known having or claiming any
Interest In and to the follow-
ing described lands, to-wit:
IjOt 20. In Block 10. of ACME
GCLFAIK, SECOND ADDI-
TION, according- to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book
4, at Page of the Public
Record* of Dade County, Flor-
YOu'aRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint to Foreclose
an Agreement for Deed" has been riled
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint on the Pnln-
tlffs attorney. LEONARD E. TREI8-
TER. 1703 Congress Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original answer
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit on or before the 119th day of April.
IMS, in default of which the allega-
tions of said bill of complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2.>th
day of March. IMa.. .-..,,,
E B. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit < ourt
WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
4/1-8-13-22
LEGAL NOTICE
The undersigned, Max Levin, does
hereby give notice that on March 19th.
IMC, he sold the business which he
operated under the name of L & L
MEN'S SHOP, at 128 N. Miami Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida, and that he I* no
longer ass,K-lated or in any way con-
nected therewith and that he will not
be responsible for any debt* or obli-
gations assumed, contracted or in-
curred by or on behalf of said hu*i-
ness or any party connected therewith
as of and since the above mentioned
date of sale.
Dated at Miami. Florida, on March
23rd, 1933.
MAN LEVIN
HERMAN I. BRETAN
Attorney for Max Levin
72 w. Flagler Street
l/tt 4/)-8-13________
NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___ '
NOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned. deMrlog to engage In
business under the fictitious name r
MAY S LIQUOR STORE, at 722 N.W"
62nd Street. Miami. Intends t re!stor
ald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Bade <\.uiity^lorl.la.
JOSEPH MAJKWSKI
(Sole Owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney *r Applicant
2il8 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Fla.
t/l-l-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the underlined, desiring to engage in
luisiiiess under the fictitious name of
I. ,\ I, MEN'S SHOP, at 12S N. Miami
Ave., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MARVIN TANNER. S'ole Owner
HERMAN I. BRETAN
Attorney for Applicant
72 W. Flagler St.
3/25 4/1-8-15 __________________i
* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MOVING AND STORAGE
CORP., at 1741 S.W. Sth St.. Miami.
Fla.. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Joan** FlorME^ ,, AN.nRf
ELIZABETH ANDRE
DAVID KATZ.....
Attorney for Miami Moving 4
Storage Corp.
4/I-8-1S-H ___________._________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34953 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JESSIE FREDERIK8EN, Deceased
To All Creditors and.All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. ami each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JESSIE FRKDER1KSEN.
deceased late of Bade County. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Bade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in I lade Ciiutilv. Klorlda. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Dated March 22nd. A.D. 1953.
MAX R. SILVER
As Executor of the Ijist Will
and Testament of
JESSIE FREDERIKSKN.
Deceased.
MAN R, SILVER
Attorney for Executor
8/23 4/1-8-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 177932
FLORENCE DE LANCETT, Plaintiff
\ s.
JOHN DELANCETT. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN DELANCETT,
2664 Erie Boulevard East,
c/o Stanyon Products.
Syracuse, N.Y.
TH > H illN DELANCETT,
II Wlnona Avenue.
Saiau... Lake, New' York.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, GEORGE
L. KNIGHT, ESQ., and file the origin-
al Answer or Pleading in the office of
Hi.- clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 29th day of April, 1955. If
you fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of CompLiinl.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2Jth day of March, A.D.
1 5.-,.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Fkirida
By JOAN COURNOYER,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
GEORGE L. KNIGHT. ESQ.
1001 Security Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
4/1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 177712
PEP! SZIMILOWSKI. Plaintiff.
JAN SZCMIU'WSKI. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAN BZUMILOWSKI
c L. Alem 140
Ban Nicolas. Province of Buenos
Aires. Argentina
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 said Bill on the plaintiff's
attornev, CERSHON S MILLER, 420
IJncoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla..
U.S.A., and file the original In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 27th day of April.
1955. otherwise the Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of March. 1955.
E B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, 11a.
Bv R. H RICK. JR
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/25 4'1-S-15 _______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 177412
JAMES BREWER. Plaintiff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34746-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
HORACE C. KICHIIEIMKR.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HORACE C RICHHEIMKR,
deceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Bade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Hide county. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant to to he sworn'
Io and presented as aforesaid, or same
will Ii" iMirred.
Date March 24th. A.D. 195,.
ROBERT C RICHHEIMER
H. RICHARD RICHHEIMER
CHARLES W. STIBFEL. JR.
As Co-Executoi s of the Last
Will and Testament of
HORACE O. RICHHEIMER.
Deceased
IIIWIN K. KOTT
of Myers. Helman & Kaplan
Attornev for co-executors
4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY' CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
AMERICAN MOLDED PLASTICS
COMPANY, at 3707 N.W. 49th St..
Miami. Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
.1 It. lACLEN
HORACE K. IH'RKK
4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctlUoua MIJMM
CYRRoIJ, AIR DISTRIBUTION
PROD I'CTS. CARROLL COOLING
INC AND HEATING, at 2606 S.W. 8th
Street, Miami, intends to re*1ater aald
iwme with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
^ u KBNA M. CARROLL. Owner
MORTON BKIGEL
Altorney for Applicant
| W. Flagler St.
4/8-15-22-29 v_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage-In
huetnes* under the fictitious name of
BANKERS EQUITIES CO.. at 6200
N W .Sid Ave.. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
(lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
' MURRAY BLOOM
IRV1N R. BCHINDLER
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Attorney tor Bankers Equltie* Co.
4/1-8-15-22
MARY BREWER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY BREWER
I0M s w. l.'.th Street
Miami. Florida
YVui are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil- L
ed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to (he Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE A.
O'BRIEN. 607 Olympia Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 25th day of April, 19j.>. I
you fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of Marco, A.D.
1955
E. B. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE A. O'BRIEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
607 Olympia Building, Miami, Florida
3'25 4'1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buelneaa under the fictitious name of
HENRYS, at ttM S.W. Ith Street.
Intend* to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade
Connty, Florida.
HENRY MART1NELLI
KESSLER K CARS
Attornevs for Applicant
1781 Waal Flagler Street
4/S-15-22--".!
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WEEK in REVIEW
UWrTED STATCS
iaw a*is war
Vatftas^&w' wnzei Janes atestaa.
aiaJutTai Sanaa Cxsa; a
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f tae 3few Tarfc Thar
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fcr the Sure Departateet reieas-
of that Weak pactaxe. the
report the discovery of a
ffv I \-- March cave way
aha
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and JCearaes.
The Aaasritaw Jaisi Cym
7 m Hal ob Tuesday eveaiB*. Apr 13 i
win n irr of the bhrratioa of the
-asp* b? AJbed troops, it
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S*oe*~
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ssar a raDy a Xew York's
aaeaoratxa of the teata
of the German eoBceatra-
by Dr Joachia Print
on World Jewish Affair*
A *- < n
will be past of honor a the Third Seder'
ul Coawaattee of Labor brae! to be held Sunday
*)rf Astona Crafad PreBtenw, Con-
Jevtsh Canwnwnr*v~ ... be the man topic
ft aaaai aeeticj al Ha fbbbtaieal Aaaahty of
Jfrorr". iroa*to 5 at Hijhiand Park I. A
kaaaa a* the Calb-Mor- xeatptiaf Sabbath
irnm the rurtg Saaday Law. was
te aad AswaaaMp of the rk Stav Legislator*
Backed by bath >!. .ci. parr;*- passage of the Bill
ISRAEL
E*nor oH>tH,i dairy syndicated eeWmn was puMrthed in He-
brew *>*ral Zjob.-t aaaj Haboker during her reveal r.ineHlay
The Israel Government has cdered 15 faster-than-
iovnd Mrtttrt H fif*rrer planes froai
Like It," produced ;r. Hebr
W rr-Tje--
-.erged -coaoauc mat

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-cached aa agieetatut to arc
oauaerru
aval Bag R
.c? of
Israels tin
Praan Srtakesoetro's "As Tow
Kaau i reai
Eaea that the highlight
Israel woes iSoppiag: That Israel
cat aest be judged by the crowd*
e up-to-date shops and buying the
Or. Weif;*** van Wersl. proBU-
aid reviaaaaal iimniaia.
TwrVey and Lebanon
rod uaorea
.- David Ben Curion.
-
-
Jordaa that Israet would coal
eye for an eye" in meeting
tor. 91 n, i < | _
- '.::.-
-. jied to atari operauea a
EUROPE
The Pirat Conference cf Monwavernmentai Organizations associated
* itb the UN. now in session in Geneva, chose as hs aaan agenda item
-adjeatK* of Prejudice and Dtscnaunatioa.' Aasong the speak-
the opening aseetir.g sere Lr Ra.pn Hanrhf and Dr Nahum
ArcKbithea Athenaooras, sptntoal leader of Ortho- ,
aal '.IruaeadoaL reported ia Utaabai that crcanurd reiiciou> activity
.- -Jie Soviet L'bjob was revmag rapidly, news from Berlin revealed
tha East German charcb-stau relauoas haTe reached avnew crisis as a
'. i BattaavbJc Caaaaaaaaal > I allfMgaa] aaaaaaaaj takin?
place oa Saadays Charchana coatend that the new civil ceremony is
drained to replace the traditional confirmation ntes of the church .
Sir Anthony Eden aaaoaaced this week tha Britain plans to join the
'-h Iraqi defense treaty. London's part will be to supply British
'-1 Leers aad aca to help train Iraqi air and ground forces .
PEOPLE
Jefferson Caffery, former Ambassador to Egypt, told a Town Hall
-die&ce last week that Egypt ~is an ont-aad-out dictatorship He
tha it it "a constructive and well-meaning one." .
worid-famoBs physician and writer, ha? given his
aapport to a new home founded near Wuppertai. Germany, for illegiti-
mate children of IS Negro soldiers Pierre V*t "1111111. friend of
Israel was honored by a group of 400 Jewish and Christian leaders at a
special reception held at New York's Hotel Plaza la^t week The occa-
rrarked his oXfth birtbda> Ahrahaat E. Eisonman ha- been
Pointed director of the Kaahnrth Division of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations ... Dr. Leo Beeck. rabbtatcal head m pre Hitler
many and world leader of liberal Judaism, will discuss -The Jewi-h
Personality at the first B'nai B"rith Institute of Judaism of 1955 to be
1 in Amsterdam. Holland, from Apr 22 to 25 Avraham Harman.
popular Israeli Consul General of New York, ta returning to Israel in
dtcr five years of service here. His last public appearance in
America will take place on Saturday afternoon. Apr. 30. when he ad-
reacs. the National Labor Zionist Assembly at ffcc Sheraton Astor hotel
ew York
added, boweser
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PAGE 6B Business, Professional CJA Divisions Raise $601,000 of Total Appeal Goal ttUGrON MAHT *> II—Oj JTUDAY, APKL Business and Professional Din sion of the Combined Jewish Appeal has raised over $601,000 in its steady forward march towards a record-breaking quota of $700,000 Latest figures in the closing weeks of the campaign were released by Trades vice chairmen Leo Ackerman. Leo Chaikin. Artie Kravitz. John Serbin and general chairman Sam J. Heiman. •The Trades Division has set a final target date for all unitan nounced Heiman. following a recent meeting of all division heads Apr 27 ithe final date for all trades solicitations to be completed %  Workers in all units will again gather. a> they have in previous years; at a huge thank you' social and dance on Apr 27 at which time final results will be disclosed." Heiman said TradeDivision achieved the S601.000 mark in three months, as compared with approximately eight months required last year to raise la similar amount This unit ts re (sponsible for raising 52 percent of the total Combined Jewish Appeal goal for this year. Heiman reports a spurt of activ itv in the Women's Division. Winter Residents. Hotels. Apartments, matching the speed-up of card coverage in the trades group* Approximately $1139.000 has ,been raised in the total campaign thus far Cleanup drives have been initiated in the Physicians Division, headed bv Dr David Kir-h in Mi ami. Assisting in covering pledge assignments are Dr.Charles \\ er blow. Sol Cann. Daniel Hammond and Leo Levin M. J. Kopelowitz. pioneer campaigner and former campaign chairman, is setting up a -special alignment unit which usually goes into action in the final weeks of the campaign Kopelowitz has ac cepted a record total of 307 pledge ments and has already contacted 138 of this number. Temple Emanu-EI Museum Houses Rare Jewish Relics of I '* Ka> amvuntmtflt. AdfTllS* IDC OTCf an ; Jew fhan life itself ***' proven by exhibits now on dts play at the museum of Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. The many relics housed in the mu-eum all items with 1. hich {he Jew surrounded himself in and out of his home and synagogue-depict the Jew a< a learnU* pious man who spared no co-t or effort to express his Io\e of his religion. Open from 10 to 12 am each Sundav. the museum is the only permanent branch of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America n New York City Its volunteer curator. Mrs Eve Cooper Sermon, eta. also conducts tours for small groups by appointment. Admission is frae. One study in contrasts is dflered by a marriage certificate dated 1635 in Verona. Italy. On it is a clear warning to young brides that if the marriage goes wrong, -he must return all her worldly gifts to her disgruntled or dissatisfied husband. Visitors who walk down the long hallway leading to the entrance of the museum see rare prints depicting synagogues and ceremonies conducted in France. Italy and Spain in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Once inside, there are inumerahle relicts to examine. Woman as a scholar is depicted in a 14th century bit of stained glass. Hanging over an ancient Tnrv old iilver lamp W"* centuries In a Hui,^ gogue and was recta^ the Nans. A section of the aw*^ tains articles related to £' of the Sabbath. Yiddi,heavily engraved i 0 and floral designs ate Fine workman-hip is Q_ by an ancient Torata icroili lously written in the finest. Also on exhibition is a m] Chanuka menon: honorary president —Sonny Phillips: and trusteesMrMark Silverstein. Rae Hoffman. Mrs. Jack R. Wein and Rose Levenson. W %  Mrs. Benjamin Gladwin. president of Stephen S. Wise I oi Hadassah (left), presents a Certificate ci Award \r Meyer Harris at a donor luncheon last week in the Carlo hotel. The certificate honors Mrs. Han.s as an" in the Hadassah program for World Jewish Childs DayCertificate of Award was presented to Mis. Jose ph LiBMfj Chest Lauds 1955 Campaign Effort; Names Directors Lester R Barnhill, 1955 Red total of $1527.110 was the fifth E. Dooly, Richard L. Dread M e mbers hip Tea ScMOWiet j Feather campaign chairman, was straight victory by the Communitylauded at a special victory dinner chest tMm in Dade Count y. S40.000 ahead of last year's gift*. thai division. The vigorous campaigner who has c-tabii-hed an enviable record of communal activity and philanthropy ir. his native Rye N Y community, has assured campaign chairman Sam Heiman that Ui group of workers are continuing to -e ahead getting additional | in the Greater Miami commur This achievement came about as a result of individual effor T$ worker in our division." said \ Carner. reporting his 'over-tbet'-p victory%  W e have decided to lead the way m the remaining weeks of thidnve. Our workers have taken additional assignments We intend to go out on another door-to-door canvass of Winter Residents families in Miami Beach. We want them to know of the magnificent work supported by the Combined Jewish Appeal right here in our own neighborhood, as well as in Israel. I hope the achievement of the Winter Residents Division will set the example for other divisions in the campaign-" Carner appointed Louis Pritikin. chairman of the Winter Residents Unit on Normandy Isle, and urged Jewish residents in that community to respond generously to the volamteer workers. Membership tea and games party sponsored by Miami Chapter, City of Hope Cancer and Tuberculosis Hospital, will be held Monday evening. Apr 18. at the Home Milk Company Chairman is Mrs Fay Stempel. president A--i-ting will be Mrs. Sara Span, vice president last week held by Dade County Community Chest workers J. H Brock, chairman of the exe cutive committee, pointed out that the 1955 drive raised an additional Newly elected and reelected board members include Leonard L. Abess. Barnhill. Harry Hood Bassett. Brock. Edgar H. Chambers. the Rev Fred E. Cole. Mrs. R. W. 7 5 percent over last year The 1955 Craig. Lon Worth Crow. Jr.. Oscar Mrs. Lou iim\\ ler. Jr.. Jame1Knight. 11 Vicar. J. N. nf< Arthur. Hirsch Meyer. Robert Burton P NIK iPaul I John Serbin. John E. Gregor Smith. Mrs Swansoo. John B Turner. 1 AWien and Dr 1 FraniMJ Passover basketsi were distributed last week to Miami Beach needy by the Rebels Boy* Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center shown with their advisor. Bernae Kulchin. and sptaosorj^uncilmac.Burnett Roth. Lett to right (back row) are Don Cache. Bemie Kulchin, Irv Faigenblmt. Bob Bishop. Norman Blackstein. Moe Brody. Morton Topp. Ed Schwartz. Maraid Harry TST* ^ !" ^ "^ Ltmy Tm *Bott m row Paul "oyaood. Roth. Scan Bergei Representative Will be Named To Federation Member organuUlBi Greater Miarr. Jewh* P have been aski I w Jl names of new rcprr-entai the coming >ear before. cording to I Stanley C. MverIn communicatwBiJ dents of group*&" Federation. Myer aano* the annual meeting oi • has been set for May n. .time officerand hoard* 'will he selected for m M "According to byj^J Greater lliami ^'^ orgauational *%*?£* privilege each) ear oMW; representative t o *JJ laoard (rf governors with a paid n^benw over may P£V^J tiMc to the federal** Tnder Federate, f representative mo* writing and must amember of FJ tor W the 1955 A^eal caanp**" IU-" ~ ,_ — r-ederaw*



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PAGE 10 B +JewistFlcrkJlain FRIDAY. APRIL 1 5 Obituaries T, ..f SAMUEL KORENBLIT I .i i.. ior Miami I • Air i M..rath-ad from iiui nuort-export bimlmma an.l van..bare \...r.iu" from New fork. H, la aurvived b) Inwife, Lillian, anil OIM *,.n. Jack, both ••! Miami B ea c h; and i, tughtore. Mr-. Kacbeta Liayan .ui.i Mra II.l^a Back, both of ^ i I.I i iN 1 •%  rlcea tn h. id in i, Memorial Gbapel, with ouilal .1! Klnal .-m.-t.-i > ISADORE FABIAN ,.-. .f |24J I'. llll-> l.al.i.l U\e. Mill'.. %  I W..II.I Wai i. died Apr. < l" a local hoapltul. IIa:n. ii.-.e t h i ••. > i-ar aso Horn Chi ago, where inwas a tavern owner an.i apartment houaa operator. Ha waa a Ufa niambar of the Dlnahled Am. i i. an Veteraaa. Survtvtas are hla Salt)". •< -""• If->r\-.->. of Miami and i.> brother* ami %  • atatei | n .'hi. lgo S. i \ i.-t-s Hll.l burial tOOg plan a. Chicago, with local ...ranite, i.. %  _•!. -i 1aa. i.il Home. JACOB SILVER i i.-.i NT. Bayahora dr pass.d „ \|i Kervtcea were held In Rivet -in Miami Reai h Chapel, n-lth IJUI al i" Ml Sinai Cemetery, Mr. Oliver .am.liiir l.i year* ago from New York City, A ni-.-. M'Bjrrrta Waltai an of Miami, am vivt-s. ARNOLD FRIEDMAN tc. of %  >.. Oariand nve, Surfeld*. died Wetlilt -.lav Rh • I ild l:.... h. ..f Ma.ni. At, ilea laton an i Hryl. and three alatera In. lu.iinn Mrs, Bam KChulwoif, Miami Ar.,, ttor -••! rice* and barlal in Miami were In charge of u .i.il Kim. i al Hon f MRS. SADIE HOLTZMAN KU Day pi.. Miami Beach, .. .. here foi 11 >• ara died Baturdaj Una Bun Ivlng are a da Mi Mary Harder, ami .. both ..i Miami Beach Service* wi • held in RIveraMn Man il Chapel, Miami Beach, with" burial la Mi B1nal i Vn.t tary. MURRAY M. BARSON 4."i, ,f --> %  sv. 14th tar., paaand awaj Al',,i., in a local hoapltal Burvryed t>\ his wife, Ruth, two daughters. Mrs. Joan Scot! and Mlaa I.in.la Barann. rother, Samuel Barsukow and three alatera, Miss Sally Baraukov, \;.. Rom OoMatoln and Mis K..> Foli ,i s.\i..s were h. Id at Miami River* I, Interment ami in Mt Nebo L;, •. %  JOSEPH SILVER •>. ,.f l Hf. NK Bayahor* pL, paaaed .... Apr. .: in a local hospilal Surb] l.in. i, .-. Mrs. Sylvia W liltii an s-iii, ••were held al Miami Beach Rlveralde latarmanl "aI HI .sin;, i iVin. • CAPT. NATHAN MASIN rormcriy ..f '• %  • % %  BW rth la %  "J killed in action in Korea on Nov. I) ,,i H.was attacked tO HaMedlra. Corpa as a d.vtor. litreceived varj. npaign illiltons and th.1 urplr Heart lit is aurvlved bj ins parent*. Ma-in. one brother, Henry, ..f Atlanta. Ha and Ins era nilmother, Mrs TetU Maaln Remalna arrived la Miami Friday, Apr. I, ••*.s.rte.l i>> l.irut Col Chartea "• f"": s..,M,.s ttfir h-ld Apr. :\ at Miami Rlverakte Memorial fhapel. with Kahbl Alfred n'umu offlclatiag and the Jewiah War Vataraaa Honor ouard ,,( Dade taiintv rfn.lrrliiK mllitai aervlcaa lnit-init-nt follow ad at Memorial l'ark C a m ata r y. Mt %  lace In Maw York with local arriniemea*SrSStfM'a '"',.i.,i Home. WALTER I. BREZIN of IIT" JfW 1 Snd si M ,a,..l With I.Ui.al ;n Ml N t ho • emetei HERMAN'D. BLANE ,. ,, ; •., Bouth Bhora tU died "n n .vlatl HpUya 1 A r held in Ki>r.si.lr M • Chapel, Miami Beach A real,„.,„ heie lor flra •••'i-Ml ;"• waa aalea rcpraaentaUve f.n N B*l ,, South I lortda. "< Me mother. Roae Ulan.-, a broth* M ii %  ,',| M, I >*" !••" LEO M. CARTLAND /Hrs. $kop Authors Article An article by Mrs. Morris A. Skop appears in the current issue of the national magazine, "American Judaism." official p ublic of the Union of America,, He Congregations She is th. Z Rabbi Morris Skop, Corautl ritual le d ^M %  Colllni t A|.l ... • 1. Miami !'• %  %  h, MAX KELLISH IISI Rbu ,\ n* I'IMI dieI M Beach Memorial Home. MEYER SIEGEL .-,•• of fox XW 7th ave., pa -l away i„' ., local hoapltal M II II smvived b) his wife, Ray, i"" s.m-. Irving an,i Nathan, two daughter", Ada MIlanl and Mi-Sophie Sleaal. <" brothera, Max and Baa, and two auit-iMar. Starodla and Leila I'oKln. Remalna wera aeirt Maa Fork Bar -,.IM. -s and intrrnienl by Miami km eralde GLASS F0R EVERY Pu ^ o$i U L M J J STORE FRONT UT£ and WINDOW CUj, f ortiifor* Taps, leveled Mirfft mud Ratifraring Our Spt^. L. A Cl. Glass and Mirror WorldI 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE M mnit Orttm BARNEY I ,.,i. of KM KB :i"t Mar. :* in Survlvi-d by BARNEY B. LEVY • UK -'!-' at., ; %  I aw 1} Mat Servi •a-ere bead In Rler, ,i, .\:..„.. i Itapel, "'Hi burial In Mi Nt-i... meter] Mr l..-v>. a ia ..mia loi in Philadelphia. i, aidenl ,,i Miami foi I i .. •• • two etatrra. Ml i fan I mi, Miami, and Mlaa Mlarn I %  aeJi ALEXANDER CELZER ; Kapani ... \\ %  j Miami Beat h, ,i ,.,, \i.,, j >. ,. .r in id In Mi la I i 'hapel, Miami li Ml Nebo Cemev native ..f Roxbury, Maaa., h ina ed l>) hia • Etta and two MiKdythe •' %  Mi i.. • th> Let net. MRS. PAULINE POSNER i,. .., IIIJI n a%e.. -i Ml -''. I, a hoapltal She hail l • ealdent ol v : from Naa York Burhuabanaf, Sol; Mm Sbtrte) '•-%  ..,., I,. ..na M Abra.1 three alatera Mra v • % %  Lillian Brownati in M Ma • Ki rm I all %  •' Mli al • i I. LEVY at., passed nwav Phlladalphla koapitaL two alatera, Mrs Paulina Van Ram and Mra l^-uls Lew, Bar*. „,.ware held al Miami Riveralde. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. HADASSAH SEGAL ;i ,,i 14:;.' Lincoln tar., Miami I' h, who came here nine yeara ago Ironi New Tor* City, died Mar Sunli|M are .. s,.n. Mar,,Id J.. of Miami, and two uian.l.-aiMren Services were held ,n I;..I,U,.,S Miami I leach Ckauel with bu lal in Mi Naho Cemeti i WOLKO KALLINS 141 ddllni ave.. Miami died Mar II i eral Home ..% I .loi. I Miami Be nh. Beach ALBERT FALK .;v ,.f 1370 N'E IJSlh -I Mai i. .•al Beach Memo) lal Ckapel; lal in Mount Slnal Cematerj Rei l.urSAMUEL KLEIN %  ma nager of an apartment unit at n.ai addn rtlad Mar %  H< to Miami Beach eiaiu yeara ago rroni Ken v..rk Surviving are hla wife. I-.,!,,., two daughtera, Mra I ., Mra Claire l.i. kver, both ,.f s> v..ik. %  ratter, Mra. lose Hlnch, Miami Beach Bervlcea and i i, ,.,i were held la the Broa. wrtk rtivern ill M.-inoi lal lllapel. Ml uml ha rutof l'tal an..nt. lllfllt-. •f JOSEPH ABRAMS R Bi | Ha 1 1 to) \ retired %  tore owner, .. Mai KB, and all of ,.i lived here aeven %  ago MRS MOLLIE BRODY ." ..:., i.li S nand) Isle, fron N w V,,ik f,.r lei t for u^.l Apr. ti She u n.i. I>i Benjamin nvVIIUam an,i fcttaiuajr, h attorneya .. dauah. Mlaa V'era Brod> two gra 111 ..! .Miami, and two brothers i| New York S. r\ i.es i la i 'hapel. Ml iml with Ml • MRS FRANCES B. SHERMAN ro-ownar of ran ami BUI'l Restaurant ,,f Miami IVach for ?l yeara. Mra Sherman, who was H Ne V, ik. lived ai II E nl dr Miami Beach Bh waa a SOPHIE ME.tZON of Bttl BW Uk st. pa-seil away Mar. 30 at her residence. Survived hv her huahaml. Samuel, three tlaiiKhters. Coldie Ludmer, Kva Wlnnlman and Lillian Scharfsteln. two brothers. William and laaac Hoffman an.l three sistera. Kather Kaufman. Ktta r r % % % % % % % % % LESTER KATZ of <:' vw llrtk st Mar. m'a Miami Funeral Home MURRAY ROSENBERG 7n. of ISM .loffersnn nve.. Miami i•.... i n iaaad away Miami Reach nve Satin da > I'.ord.tll Fnn.ntl Home HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LAWN THE YEAR-'ROUND ECONOMY WITH LESS LABOR THE EASY KD injector WAY INSTALLED ON YOUR SPRINKLER SYSTEM FULLY GUARANTEED. Pat. No. 2S6M9 HARRY SHERAY 7*. of V.n Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, away Saturday Riverside Memorial fiiai.ei Miami Beach. Burial in Mt Sinai Cemetery. I \ K. D. injector uses liquid fertilizer or insectii n t through your sprinkler system, feeding yo } % lawn plus killing and preventing CHINCH BDC II and SOD WEB WORMS. Saves both labor | \ \ materials but does the job. PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED FLAGLER HYDROPONICS 3255 W. FLAGLER ST., MIAMI DIAL HI W5 MRS. BETTY SIEDMAN 71. ..f S.ln Ith -t Miami Bench iwa) Saturday. Rlvaralde Memorial PhapeL Miami Baaoh.' Burial In Nt-i... Camatary. Mt died l.i n I.id.. mi n'li.a ,,i the Order of Eaetern Btar In New Yolk Survlvlnjt are h.r huahand and -1., s. lucludinK Mr* Michael k | |.-.,.i. | D | \'i iml Bel rlcaa • %  •• held in i iordon'a Miami !•• ach r-hapel, ith hartal in the family plot .,, .-,,1 Qrova Camatary, i.ing land. S v. iJOSEPH T. of 108 Waal pruned awa'. M.r DAVID WERNICOFP %  i i;.. ..mine ; on i'l %  •' %  %  M'l %  i Mi • hai~ I. will I Vim" I |e aa I -til ed h an Surviving are hi.\ifr. daagat. in f ith • M ami Mt i mra Ba\i i. ta. ATKINS ve., Miami Beach. •_•', Service* were with in i.i in Witodiawn Camatary. Mr. vtklna, a retired '. 66S Woili PIUOIMT MAaUCUKNT IEUKB POSSatU OOn 3% MRS. SOPHIE 7t. of ISM) Ci.llina ave died Mai Jr.ordon LEITH M iami M ami MRS SADIE WACHTEL ISS Meridian ave Miami Beach. wh.. .., hrht yaan asp from I' rth Amboj M.J., li^d Mar fa vivlng are her huahand, Nathan, and a ilaughter. I.lnda. U'th of Miami vt-re held In Rh et de Memorial Ckapat, ltli l.uiial In Mt N.I.i. i ni. tl Chorfes Hall Will Run In Beach Council Race Charles (Chuck) Hall, 37-year-old Miami Beach hotel and apartment MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES S. M. Machtei, Director 5505 N.W. 3rd st. Phone MO 1-8201 SOLOMON LEVY .' imi lie*, h, N. v., k. with Htcai ananement Beach OSCAR PESACOV )(. Who %  • o Miami 7 >• Newport. R I paaaed awav Apr. -.1 .t. r. hflil In aortfoo'a Mlhapel, iih lairial in Mt Naho remoter] Ml lvm\, a meat a,leWil'i-. K" >-e •iII • .el mid Lawrence: two %  n and Barhara. all of in.'lii.linir M i-%  f Miami Bea.h: and : ... grotta house operator. Saturday announced his candidacy for Miami Beach city council subject to the May 31 DAVHTTROTH p r !" ry retired hardware merchant who \ Hall entered the real estate and investment business at Miami was a and modern Northwestern University. During World War II. the candidate served four years in the U.S. MRS LIBBV LIPIN T. .,f 1 IVnnsvlvanl i ave iiV.me' '" *" Nav, yincluding two years in the M im troll Beach Memorial MRS KATE SUSSMAN H, of J'. B. Shore dr Miami Beach. Mar "," in New York, laical arrangements by Bea. h Memorial I lian el MRS. FANNIE MORRIS T-, ,.f (.*.'.*. Adam* .nt, Miami l'.t-a. h. arka eajne kere II yeara ago from • nl, a". paaaed away Apr. I. Seiv, .t,-.k glare in Chicago with local r..nr> ni.-i.tby Baaoh kfamortal • 'liaitel. Surviving are her hnaband. I'klllp; a -,n PkUJp, lr Miami %  dau*rhtej\ Mrw. Bodolaky. Vleta, Cal. Klla BENNY PEARLMAN M ,.f Detroit, preaaman for The r>eii .it Free Praaa, died A|.r. 8 la IVi.ni. He i-urvived b) hi mother. Mm Ouaale Pearlman. Miami: five ra, AU Myr.m and Harry, all SARAH WEINER ?. of ;-,4 H\V lh ave passed awar Mar. 11 at her reeMeare, Kunrlved I., her lin-U.nd. Joseph, one wn. Herman, one danahter. Kthel Kaplan, one l.i other. I>*vld Smith and one l*ter. Anne Rattan Ser\ ice* were held at Miami RlreraMe Interment In Star of Ihtvld i emetei y. MRS. SARAH WEINER IL'. of ;.4 S\V 01th ave Mar St. Ret \ lees at Ulversieie Memorial t'hapel l.urial in Stir of iv.ivld Cemetery. MRS. ESTHER BRENSON *JL who i-ame to Miami 1". yeara ago from New York City, died Mar 31 at her home 511 SW *th *t. She leavea a eon. William, three daughter*. Mm Jraeie I'.nlla*. Mr*. Minnie Stolx and Mrs Bra Stahl. 11 grandrhildren and a great-grandchild, all of Miami. Bui Pacific. He married the former Jacqueline Cavalier in 1946. The couple have one daughter and live at 1491 Lincoln ter Miami Beach Gordon Funeral Home Karry t*an*" Serving the Jeiri*h Comm**M\ ot Greater Miami with Honor and mmtinciion tar Over a Quarter ot a €ent*n GORDON FUNERAL HOHI MIAMI BEACH 1333 Bade Blvd. "kooe Jf 1-7477 IN MIAMI 710 S.W. 12* ** ri*aa•^^ &f ,, KI 60M0N. UcMsaw NwSfgi WrKfar



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*KGE 4 B *.f~i**n*rkMar ^A^Agnjj OVERSEAS NEWS LETTER FROM JSRAEL Ben Gurion's Colony in Northern Negev By OR. HERBERT FREEDEN JERUSALEM — Not far from Beit Guvrin. a dirt track branches off the highway leading into a remote and sheltered valley With unexpected abruptness, a hill ['. \ comes into view which rbM steeply from the base, with a flat top. towering over the plain like a fort of yore. The simile is not deceptive for this is the site of ancient Lachish. a city which for thousands of years dominated the road from Israel to Egypt Joshua ben Nun conquered her —"and the Lord delivered Lachi-h into the hands of Israel." Rehavam fortified her in 925 B.C.E.. and another Judean King. Amazijhu. was killed within her precincts At the time of Hezekia. the mighty Sennacharib of Assyria, encamped his army in Lachish And Nebuchadnezar. King of Bablyon. made the city a stronghold in his fight against Juda. Tablets of clay found in the mound, bear letters and messages dating back to his time Climbing up the slopes where, here and there, remnants of ancient walls and hewn stairpierce through the layer of earth, one looks at empty lands, abundant with weeds and shrubs, as if waiting for the plough And the hour is night. Lachish has given the name to the new development area in the south of the country which will encompass the Kastina-Faluja Beit Guvrin tnangle and will reopen that part of Judea to Jewish settlement. The provisional headquarters of the project have been established at Migdal Ashkelon on Jewish National Fund land There, soil tests and soil sunevtopographical studies and layouts for settlement, plans for roads and pipelines are being made For the region is to be developed as a whole—and that is the novelty of the scheme—with each settlement point interrelated to the other and supplementing it economically The plan, under the auspices of the national institutions and initiated by David Ben Gurion. aims at the revival of lands saturated with history whose fertility once supported large populations Next to Lachish is Beit Guvrin. now a small kibbutz, famous at the time of the Romans and named bv King Herod "Kliothropolis." the city of freedom. Even today, there are sites recalling the glorious past, mosaics from the Byzantine period, traces from the presence of the Crusaders, and above all. primeval caves. 40 meters high, shaped like bells with the light streaming through small openings on the top. the legendary abode of giants, today with thousands of bats nestling in their nooks. ON THE "!i i !--lJ* 8ky a nd : s,rokin R chivr HARVEST OF HATE. The Ni Program for the Destruction of head, seemed to be th. Jews of Europo. By Loon PolUkov. 311 pp. Syracuse University Press. 1954. By HILARY MINDLIN "I WATCHED a family ... a man and woman, surrounded by their children -An old lady, her hair completely white, held the baby in her arms, rocking it, and singing it a song. The infant was crying aloud with delight. The parents watched the group with tears in their eyes. The father held the ten-year-old boy by the hand, speaking softly to him: the child struggled to hold back his tears, ifhen the father pointed a finger It LIU Ml POLITIC AL CVRTAMNS L ————^—^~^"~~ Dr. Vajs and Yugoslavian Role in Jewish Affairs By MILTON FRIEDMAN .to Israel Yugoslav authorities cooperated in such instances with Dr. WASHINGTON Questions y,^ Jew sh Federation in Belsomething i walked'^2 the mound and faced a ^23 about Yugoslav I-rael relations and g ra( ) e the situation of Jews as a small re ligious minority in Yugoslavia, the world's only anti-Soviet Communist state, have been raised on the arrival in Washington of the president of the Federation of Yugoslav Jewish Communities. Dr. Albert Vajs. Federation president, arrived here with a handWhile Cominform police arrested Jews charged with -working for the Joint Distribution Committee. Tito pinned a high Yugoslav decoration on the lapel of Frederick C. White. "Joint" representative in Belgrade. Yugoslavia sold military equipment to Israel after Czechoslovakia arbitrarily terminated its mm W ft* rr* of AocieX tmckitk PERSONALITIES IN PANORAMA Anecdote Recalls Freud Who Opened Men's Minds r e.y printed 300-page almanac J^—J — -£—— describing Jewish life and h story war {or indcpendence ,n\ugoslav,a The authenticity of attention to 25 b £S£? l SK2 *£ I p— 3 J ^sh %  Locker, an Israel diplomat, is author of a portion The book was By DAVID SCHWARTZ i^he psychological age Doctorte thai many -ick of p-ychological origin. II we start coughing. the> u>ed a-k if we had sat in a draught if there isn't Thing about our job we don't like i.nd >uE£est that our coughing is a kind of wish fulfillment that we might be sick, so that we wouldn't have to look at the boss again The man who started all of this aof BoWM the late Sigmund Freud I w.> greatly interested in an article which appeared in the •.>h Day-Morning Journal recently. It was an interview by Mo>he Duchovneh. who for some > ears has been something of a journalistic specialist in psychological realms The interview was %  M Dr Theodor Reik. perhaps the fa vorite protege of the late Dr Freud In the interview Dr Reik : (-ported as pointing out that Jewish folklore showed ar. intuitive perception of n-.ar.y of the truths : p ajTJW l irji ii Dr Reik citefor example a Galician Jewish epi-gram: "You are not so little that nave to make yourself big.' It recalls an anecdote about the famous Jewish scholar, the "Chachasn Sopher A Jew was trying mpress him at the same time with hierudition and humility. He would make a point of showing hi> brilliance and then would hedge with remarks that he was but a simple man with no pretensions to scholarship This went on for some time Finally. Chatham %  Sopher said: "Cut out all this pretense to humility You are not so great a man as to have to be humble ." Here, the story is in reverse, yet both illustrate the principles of | Freudian. Sigmund Freud was not a religious man. but he never denied hi> Jewishne-In fact. I believe he even thought his Jewishne-helped him make psychological discoversHibook attempting to "Psychoanalyze" wit is full of Jewprinted in Belgrade. Marshal Tito's assistance in the rehabilitation of Jewish life in Yugoslavia has been lauded by Dr. Vajs. The Jewish leader, who is a professor at Belgrade University, told also of acts of friendship by the Yugoslav Government toward Israel Yugoslav Jews who settled in Istant government posts. Moshe Pijade. Tito's chief theoretician, is perhaps the best known. Others are Col. Gen. Voja Todcrovic. a military hero. Nissim Albahari. j member of the Bosnian Govern| ment. and Dr. Mirko Bruner, a Fori eign Ministry official and former %  First Secretary of the Yugoslav Embassy in Washington. In pre-war Yugoslavia there were 75.000 Jews. Of these about 80 ish humorous stories of which he had a verv high opinion. mitted to sell immovable property One of those he cited was of the b** 0 !" departure British subjects two Jews who were travelling in a w allowed to remove assets untrain -Where are you going" d r comparable circumstances. Yugoslavia racl speak in glowing terms of percent were killed by Nazis and Titos anti Nazi fight Some tell natlv fascists like Andr.ja Artuhow their lives were saved bv Titokov,c Croatian collaborator now led Communist partisans. But a 1,vm %  j* 8 Angeles and seeking number of these same people, while 1 • %  Y^ deporation^ An estimated free to leave for Israel (unlike the | J 3 5 ** J£ !" su ^ lved ^? f ,h nunv Mwi from other Communist counwere nevertheless not perasks one "I am going to Cracow." is the reply The second Jew becomes irate. "You are telling me you are going to Cracow, so that I may think you are going to Letnburg. but I know you are really going to Cracow." Other tacts about stand in sharp contrast to antiZionist developments in the states of the Cominform. It is known that Jews escaped from Rumanian and Hunganan Communist police into Yugoslavia where Yugoslav police I* 5 decoration, nine awards being aided the escapees on their way posthumous. ber 3.000 fought in Tito's partisan forces. It is generally acknowledged that the resistance in Yugoslavia did more to achieve liberation than did anti-Nazis in any other occupied country. There were many instances of Jewish heroism. Of the 3.000 Jewish partisans. 250 were declared "national heroes." Twelve received Yugoslavia's highcommon grave Tightly J3I corpses were heaped so ek*TI gether that only the heads *„Z\ Some still moved. OthmTI ed their hands and turned tUI heads to show they were still A The (family,, completely M2 stopped at the spot HitaJ by the SS man Facing ta73 and wounded, they spoke aifthj them. Then I heard a serial rifle shots. I looked in the i and saw their bodies eontarfd their heads, already inert, 3 on the corpses beneath." Depositions like this, taken from the Nuremberg! form the basis of this do book; Mr. Poliakov has. in i let the Nazis "tell thej story." Thus the hideous disclose the progression of from the first "statutes" I Jews and confiscating their i erty, through pillaging tion. and finally, genocide. steps from barring Jews from ^ liberal professioncivil tration. and teaching to hand them from life were -hort andJ cwtable, to the Nazi mind. HERE IS the picture of 1 1 4 reversal of values —a reversal complete that the manufacture* Jewish bones into phosphate 1 Jewish fat into soap is simply I logical economics of the net |M| osophy. Is mass torture wotstl mass murder? Is such worse than legislating inferior people"' If you yes, count yourselves guilty| are but differences of degree. Who, indeed. i guiltless? 1 Allies, who did not bomb As ;witx, Dachau or Belsea? j Church, B which said nothing German people, who insist' !were "forced'* "—millions of I profited from the goods of the 1 I dered Jews, even soliciting C beforehand; they managed to 1 t their own people from HrtJefil : thanasia program, protesting I ; ly enough to halt it Or the/ : w ho resisted only sporaduW| Who has the right to pass ja on the Jews? This book has a very I tone, sometimes righteous, times completely matter-oHst! Perhaps this is the only wajij which we can think of the V" slime, half anesthetized in the | of an excision too brutal follfl be comprehended. But it is important that j think about it. •German)s conscience would seem radw' wish to shake off the wapH which it is burdened b y i_ and increased aggressrrtsWii to give proof of any real eosn tion." And Germany has jost J rearmed. Let every Jew watch. Let no one forget I NITER NATIONS VIGNETTE All are Agreed Egypt is Waging Hot War By ARTHUR LEWIS I'NITED NATIONS—There is nothing in the least partisan now about the claim that Egypt and the other Arab States are waging a deliberate and relentless campaign of terror against Lsrael. it has been borne out in the testi mony of Gen E L M Burns before the Security Council, in has report, the United Nations truce supervisor says that the Gaza clash may have been a reprisal "for the spying, sabotage and murders for which the Egyptian military intelligeace service was saad to be responsible." Gen Burns goes into this point in some detail, and it is evident that he believes that it is the real cause of the continuing border strife in Palestine He quotes an Israeli army spokesman as telling him that "the Egyptian military authorities in the Gaza Srnp were conducting spying and sabotage operation* in Israel territory." but he complains that he has not been given much proof of thi However, the truce supervisor excuses this in a a\ b> saying that the "methods of espionage and counterespionage are highlv ncret" Ever, at that, there was some evidence available to him One Arab marauder who was killed was found to have on his person an intelligence report on the traffic on the Faluja-Beersheba road. Another Arab who was wounded and captured by the Israeli forces stated to a United Nations observer that he was an Egyptian agent. Furthermore, a long list of "Egyptian Intelligence Activities," according to the Israeli newspaper. Lamershav. is attached to the report as an appendix. It is obvious from this that Gen. Burns is greatly concerned about thi> matter As he told the Security Council, he did take it up with the Egyptians and received from them an off-hand confirmation that such a campaign of terror was going on, although they denied any responsibility for itDoes this statement mean that the Egyptian authorities are unable to maintain law and order in thencountry? That is the question being asked here. a**** H-* Hi*'



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lY APRIL 1S.J?55_ CFOX to Wed lV York Doctor engagement of Miss Muriel Jfosto Dr. Shepard Gerard n has been made known by Emits, Mrs. Anne Fox, of W and Mr. Morris Fox, of BW 2W st., Miami. hs the son of Dr. and Mrs. Aronson, of Orlando and fork. t bride-to-be attended Rollins L m Winter Park, where she hanaging editor of the Rollins L g0 and twice winner of the lufartin Kssay contest. i was graduated summa cum from Barnard College, New ,nd was managing editor of Lpard Bear and a member of jeta Kappa. L Fox lived in the Miami area ti years, working as publicist L Miami Opera Guild. March Hies and the South Florida |s League. She is now direcM the radio-television departI of Carl Byoir and Associates, • York public relations firm. Aronson is a graduate of L|l University and Cornell krsity college of medicine. 'jzmmatmz PAGE 7 A Mitt Mariel Fo During World War II, he served as a captain in the Army medical corps. He is a physician in New York. A summer wedding is planned. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kail, was a recent Bar Mitzvah celebrant at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Harold is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. bard Lee Roth, son of Dr. Mrs. Edward Roth, 549 % st 47th st., will become Mitzvah on Saturday. 16, at Temple Beth SholRabbi Leon Kronish will Jciate. Richard is a student Beth Sholom religious bool and attends seventh ide of Nautilus Junior High kool \rdnior Monte Greenberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greenberg. 731 86th st., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Apr. 16, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Monte, a student at Beth Sholom religious school, is in the seventh grade ol Nautilus Junior High School. TV Personalities fo Star la Music Pageant Here Television personalities Jackie Pierce and John Behney will be the husband-wife team starring as narrators in the new presentation of "America—Mother of Exiles" music drama due Sunday evening, Apr. 24, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The performance features 80 Greater Miami entertainers, including the Miami Beach Community Singers choral group conducted by Ben Yomen. Leading baritone role will be sung by Stan Porter, youthful cantor. Stage director is Sid Cassel. "America — Mother of Exiles" was written by bestseller novelist Nathaniel Weinreb, now of Miami Beach, whose "Babylonians" is being filmed by Columbia Pictures. Over 2,000 people attended its first performance a month ago. Tickets for this second and final show have been reduced in price to enable the area's high school and college students to attend. Party Due Sunday Sharet, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold a "can can party" Sunday night, Apr. 17, at the home of Phyliss Lieberman, 745 Blue rd.. Coral Gables. Laurence-Vic tor Two Will Become liar Mitzvah Here Two Bar Mitzvoth will take place during Saturday morning services of Beth David Congregation, Apr. 16. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Friedman, and Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, will participate in the service. Donald is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and has been attending the religious school of Beth David for the past seven years. A seventh grade student at Shenandoah, Eric also attended Beth David religious school for the past seven years. The Friedmans and Copenhagens will sponsor floral offerings in honor of their sons. Surprise Anniversary Dinner Staged On Apr. 6, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Solomon and Mrs. Ranzenhofer, sister of Mrs. Solomon, all three attorneys with offices in New York and Passaic, N.J., dined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Podnos, 150 SW 49th ave. Announcement was made that this day marked the silver wedding anniversary of the Solomons. Mrs. Podnos. sister of Mr. Solomon, presented the couple with a gift of sterling silver. After dinner Mrs. Ranzenhofer and Mrs. Solomon played popular piano selections. Mr. Podnos and his son. Burton, each rendered a classical piano selection. iven Abbott Bar (tzvah Saturday even Abbott will become Bar Ivan during Saturday morning rices of Congregation Monti> Park. Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiate. he Bar Mitzvah is in the sixth lie of Sable Palm Elementary il and attends religious school iontieello Park. He resides with parents at 720 NE 158th st., Jta, Pla. Itewn will officiate during the pices and read from the WeekPortion .it the Law. We wish fe inform yaw that ffcUnveiling Rites far ROSE Rl TT E R which ware scheduled ft this Sumfey, A aril 17ffc, will fake pfoet at a later date Siginund Weintraub DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 Employment Service 37 N.I. 5tk St. .PH. 94401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner GENE TROOP ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER .teasing B, c %  %  I a PH. JE 8-3378_ 404 MOLDAN STUDIO 16th ST., MIAMI BEACH EACH 'ART Y? tVt -• %  -. i AS^fROSEDALE '-'^JMt. RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN Kane 9 7996 FHllDELIVSRY 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET Kosher Style Ceekinf, Private Dininj Roe* AhConditioned Free Parking MIAMI r Some 40 guests honored Richard. TWF/VTY-EiGHrH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CLAUDIO ARRAli P I A N I ST MO". Eve.—April 18 Drd. County Aud. -.30 Sun. 6v.-Ap''' M.om. a—" Au


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PAGE 4 A OmCE and PLANT 120 N. E. Ssfb 2-1141 — M211 %  a* :-%  • :•' ; 17 i' U C I T I • %  W A T t t v,aV ___***• T., Y^ Z.SBOCHEX Edaar LZC .*CM IT. BgwMi Frxwy AprJ 15. 1955 *n —€ If s Jfear. 23 1955 Germany's Rise to World Power: 1945-1955 £-.; gwmrar Aisanwnw—bj During fhc Week ... A I s e # %  SB* ten days aaj a* an ssmte at the aaJaaoral Mr AbSkl? 1 of his m isate u a t u> th* M 5?* idlmaxwBtokMaBalMiL W(l *iii I a** a." be said, -ad have kn dome am .^ nat of party atOataam.Mr AM*IU* ••' Jewish i n i l i l j Potass, harm, he to the Carted States %  WOS. He latin iHinUttom a wrufM." an attorney, a aa ti oa al hotel ly i Mw sad only be the largest real estate tt ** aa ttani at th* hutorr of Sea | •a problems of taut**: one of M on the Jew vdar££l theli ears age Gerr* j as***, er ^rA&Tv^'EhaaS P**n* these I aa r. anfas m ,., to Gee. Dance D BaeaG T.'l .' T ?,"V^T iS^hJTit coo<**<* bat I n a. to know what personal r^^H^' er r^rcoe coBKnonsaer of Al.ee Farre*. swaswm ae&at at cegxjw.y ~_*~~ ha laarrtMarii with the P i u ids. at and tha waaaaiiiiaUuii. w Jz of WorJd War II was widsrabs* doubt 3 to M preeoawst ^ -, -i. m exalassed that he had baea -frieadlywfta Shenaaa Ada**. ahTk of Dr Ad*anw*nra phdeaophy ono ng GwQBOB — ^ t Btmx .id. l who large* ragm .. the %  St leodan Ljaaninli1 be m a serious apofc —mem ,>„,,, suecessfal effort three years ago. la a ta Mf ii. he rosed ,2 — %  naiiiil tor dsepry personal coom the midst of a L %  1 MO eowacfl m Dearer, -sanpt> ta k kv" thoa anvhtner **he thaagbt L or aay other .Aeaericsn sboaJdret* for hir *> Afeh. 5: •; ; 1 the ---• -%  Wwawl mtm r*---> ajfaMahn ->:,^ r>*5 w Oohr 'J=K week. kOwJ S :zz-~ -~ Ti 'z-zz-i be stnppac of tb ~ %  _rcr. ~: -; -, ;wr : in tha ForharioBd. H sc:-zd case, wiaa reoRves i %  j. taoc For i* igole la =* %  = ^sc aaaaWah Th*desrr StrasCabtaet. aad it w as^sharUy thereaf ter that the Adaiaastr^. .-. **& ^ j 'en *emees m soaw of fici a l capacity. Mr AbheU told aw he Toroaaiy rejected aB WkMe BOB| ^^^* aarii Mr Eisenhower requested th at be **sas ne the post as aD ^ n say iiacere bebef."" be ta t i ia ed "that there ao pUce a Fe u %  % %  iMelijwT fir itiir-*-—-" '—r *^~* —"—r*~ ililili I OBMOI jefe that the job woaid offer sar the pp i rf i lj of patbag ay 1 t anew 11 mi m cml liberties to eaastractise ase." ao-Ncz. Mft. AMEU.-S acceptaace of the past was aot looke: %  Uvcnafl (eecsg by I I of .the Frank L bate sheel The =ew v laaiatee caosssts of two WhMa> Barahoaer has given this — vr; c recpe.— -z.T-.r :--;;;• AjTawJ Forces asaasar a BOW ?res.:?-• r* % %  Pc-g i a XUXJT he Iss? wee ^ laaa wiaMi issaawBl --=.r^y r= r p %  assossq wae pases nfat aoaor at accvpeaq aao fha fold as a 'tree people. **e : —. =SOBJ xci Mr rmaiilijoai in has ai c aaaaba 3s-=-z r= -_ Oerri-rr. reatocstoc bos aaaaa. Nn we= rotrrr-^c =_za^ie' zzzxz j KT cry yrt^ ^o r:= -^' : -; -iered pieces sesa aca a tesroc of t] iecade aoc z^=.~z icaq at She ardent fc>iU=.-rarr z=. Tecr^c=rd the : rs ^ *===, = aewoDOB peopie for the aeeds of -bese awawi 11 WSS aaajaM t* Xraw the i---as prniev of th* eatire Federal Crnl Service A !.at saz* | tec-are Ike Pk_< Jchi BJB Littie FTP* vbwj the Pre*deat' Ceainhiiion considerably saore effertr.e thai Mr. 1 assa's. which he charactned as aarsag had "no teeth tecaost 1 of Cml Sentce Cnaaai 11 no aaawhers who wre all WwJ aad who woaid certaaaly aot deal with esa^jes nm\ iliiaailin fniiiheg to Mr AbbeiL the aery makeup cd thegnaj whsth oeerahs aa Ike Presidential leweJ aad a aharh Cat Protestaati. Jaws aad Negroes aart acs aa tt a wh ctei Mr .-..-eab fasthfai desire to cop* wah the fi i bl iai of %  111—111 %  >: %  ?. Mr Abbel told sse that the C 11 n has abeao takes aa] aad dangertbne r ,|. c a,^ sewtah Federation and local M i f^Jf '?J* > .T^SSa" 111 7 *• a** tw II?I ^Toi T"—-~ b ~ *J tbe ^a rnjn i iiw of Hebrew Unaiatd tBat rimM ^^ it >tll f khassed ar a c tkes n nerely a *al *r-:: specxs well ka :c_ J^ ^I_ B the ihiiliipaiial of laaaisiilin 1 aapin.i—111 patterns. Hebrew '_";_Terstry rzd Tecbrboc zsaior cenIBs faith m Mr. Eaeahewer is oashahahie. Mr Abbei: uM seal aj BC-jccroc _Isrzel -~e recendy zcfeels the lwa*MhaJ <% perhaps the —eos>=; % %  .n'-ns __ ~* _"-_: -.~ --. : — yrr .T— oceapaed the Whae Hoase."" la this regard, I asked baa wy fates! at sack tines: the attend* of the A aaaaiai IIIOB toward ton] aad the Near East Mr. Abbell alinf with repeated i'..nkal j Easenhower s faith, his bebef hi the Jew —-. — OOBJ wssae w„ere p^^ ^^^ tkM §,,„!,,, ^ suie Jena raster Dalies tkt • • bee= bnngmg to tne at a ,1., <>r aadthnnlnsfeetBwWlasdtB* rebut* of thr>an a a *}lirwri the story of Hebrew state. Representing the Anencaa Bin—nl darsag the IM7 Pai c a awitatt Mr Abbell naiarated it was Mr. Dalles who opposed a a*| Paiestine frail 11 dap for whack th* French aad Bntisi argnd. b] Cerrrr.JT is bos oeer. pert of tbe orerail aiditaoa, the State Se cr e ta r y an a n d leaders of Anencac Jewry, stt] r-^---cl'::r:-" :~ tb State at Is.—e — *" ~ *' "*" :i 'N %  % %  IS63 that be had beet brattgj I "waderUnaaawaal legacy of the O sd Te face of carreat U& mac sm^^^ mjtmit% t „**&& wtn a eas* a peaaL la -Behad tbe! at aw growcartnh.' BarUey Cress nkatnud that Mr. KwneTest frees*** 1 Jews at Urge battMwj rneads groups .'e-w-jfc cs s z: —erzse.Tes war. *^e two in Miami or ecsewbere anwBja^Dal -* bj BCTcatc* the repobnc ic erery sapnfscar.: aspect %  g— sag local sup por t far woaid cable the kings of the several Arab aataoas inanediasely OgJ „„.. after to farewara then against taksag iniimlj what be had *adai m tfawae cot %  ****> iar %  rrn isn etiua. Mr. Abbell told ne H a ar %  as* T^—^im^ o| Techsson and He^^ %  sw wasefr tats kind of ssfsataaa cea wrih a ted no a nssfj UsrseasstT a> tbe ir'fir*i' WM M BB BBI td conanaoa anaer Presaseats awasewea ani tha Slaatrfiionl andlEre^beer?^-=ei ^* ** ,hriw Ji """"' %  %  to mherd. ^E ;;-_:::: ^CCtmnm TO Mr .Abb*H the first uanh.^i for aw scboobT 8 WT *^ ^. M *^ %  CT ntT %  %  iwawra. he traced oar !" l" e *" : ~ : *^ :: ^waaaC tTaai ntanaanwaa.san'awBtlntsq T** *"* wu in benaM of Hebrew ^diTidaal Arab regimes, to rfinilaU umpititinii for W"*"£ .iz.Tersay and Tecbrjon hare bare beer, sees1 CB *** %  ** %  **BS to weakea the Laager ~ I aessted oat tkS" P"^* a tane ~*J t^^L^T H?* tmt **? mm fac *** "" w — Tn— -, e*** a sack a faresflt aolacr weri fe^wsa* 'a ^SZJZt^Z. --^^}^SSa7SSZ r*P*aSaj that there bljg Sd^rawSLM^rj^Ba^ wS ore IJls wS-i^ia !^ ^£ t ^ > ?^ > %  >>CTte *" -afd of SO local and nabcoal agencies ope? • &f ot-erred^wesslry^B-n^^ the trnaw r-Laq ^. aa* staresat hwaaaa gwaajanaj*-": bj %  %  %  • nS nscord of the Eiwaaower libnuii h ere scene saxaaxcra way. I M thn regard. Mr AhbeD aaaated ta the -saaar car*-af Ae A %  1 f j berweer. Greassr ha>-^ i-_*. %  •JJ*^ %  *" ewn* to the PressdeM daw* coatribate to the — pernajgaaa, an 1MB sssantnOna. anawntwwaei nfi— %  m Fni i B u nsai and iocai seders m the Twcasfan adraarTttr 22J?T5: J_-^ *^ w^ sonsor to nr. FiMobnan Jack Z2 !" 2 ~-?* %  : J SS" %  —** %  -0 Janes HaeerTy. and Proi EH 0 sros. AanoBncsd bat the Presadeat r*patedly ktwagbt with aim ta Wi i>Hgtei from os tne par. of thee* tBjrerssty. Mr Abbell naffamid has belief that the Adanasostsn > = rc -? ~ ?-' %  H Bses: ataMatni laeil baj |hj B i wnsg anasttni asan. anPnl ^is for tbe two acboobt anal Apnl !55tl wbea it a A good deal of the dsffiralty he said, -hes the li*****r iasa nJu M. and B •_ of deabng whs"-! %  •* %  > r Raah. *"? S 5 ** 1 ^!,! n < n. r .ackiVC WSW Tr_s %  at ^ Press, be added, does oi ; fsked. that there caa be fer botb th* and '•r-v tdl Far tbssiea sttkeswana and that I i^ifnwsBBasBBaa— BBBBBBBBBBBBBjan



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PAGE 2 A Rabbi Rosenberg Named Spiritual Leader of Beth David Congregation Rabbi IMH C Rosenberg wa> this week named spiritual leader oi Beth David Congregation Announcement of Rabbi Rosenberg's appanUBeat has been made here by Batten EL Sc-her. Beta David preside*'. Scber said that Rabbi Rosenberg arrive in Miami Apr 18 and will conduct service* for the first time at Apr TL He said th: tsNewark and a> raised and educated ir Baltimore Md He k a %  M of the Baltimore Hebrew College and Teacher'?Training School and was awarded the AB de gree from Johr. HopkinIniver>f> Ir June 1948 Rabb: RosenMi ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminar)of America FYorr. September. 1948 m June. 1949 Rtbb: Rosenberg sarvec a.a—istan* rabbi at Har-Zion TemDK in Philadelphia He then an swered a call issued bv Temple Fund Council, as well as chairman Beth Ba ir. Philadelphia where oi the Council of American Jewish he has been associated for the past Congress. He is a member of the >:* vearDuring Mi penod Terr, national administrative committee pie Beth Zu.r %  built from a of that organization. He is also a >mal. newlv organized congrega niember of the National ^outh tin u one of the leading religious CnaMaaWiwi of the United Syna ir. the Philadelphia ^S e of Amanca. area I' wa.with 'sincere reluc Rabb; Rosenberg is married and tance" that the board of director:hatwo daughters at Beth. Zior. agreed to his release Third Seder Planned OR teach Srmdmy *'* %  asm Circle Branch 692. ub and the board at the 1 L Peretz School will hold a Third Seder or Sunday evening. Apr 17. at the Lyceum. 25 Washington ave. be David B. Rossi. -rhoo! principal Israel J Schwartz, poet wfll read hiworks Also participating wii; be Mrs Lillian Nelson and Mr and Mrs Theodore Druci Pupil> participating are Victor Barsky. Gary Davis Sur> Eienstat. 1 I and Irving Greenberg Nea! Haiduck Sharleen Joselid and Mitchell Klapper. Mitchell Kramer and Joan Wannzrun A wfmtmwl holiday journal is be ing published for the occa-i iraittee consisting of Cohen. William Paskoff David Bossi and Joseph Duntov HO*, Miami M N I w Wholesale V N £ Corporation y IOCATI 0 | 120-6 N.E. 9th Street We Cmrryo Compile OmeiLmens for HOTELS MOTHS A? AITMENT HOUSES ******* On* Iwmmm, rtalk m—4t m*. % %  F.Hy Air Cia lJtln ia 1 PMNK M737 .--[ -^ Neva orai 0 SATMMYI AMAVS ON tmromTt* Beth David Sisterhood To Hem Spiritual Leader Beth David Sisterhood donor luncheon will be held on Wednesday noon. Apr 20. at the San Souci hotel, announced Mrs Harold Barney, president Rabbi Yaakov G Rosenberg, newly appointed spiritual leader at Beth David, will be guest speaker An original skit. 'Mother of the Bride." will be presented Mrs Sam Badane is chairman While Rabb. Rosenberg was spiritual leader at Beth Zior. h< introduced a number of innova%  ulariy ait efiects adult education and youth activities Rabbi Rosenberg also played a leadmg role in the genera: JtVinll ntipr..a He is now serv vice president of the Phila oelph.a Board of Rabbis a%  :n< Phi..delphia Zionist Organization Hi ichairman oi :hi Final Review Slated Lea Axlrad Named Leo Axlrod. of Miami, nationally recognized leader in finding jobs for physically handicapped persons, has been named chairman of a Florida State Chamber of Commerce committee to co-ordinate efforts of all groups in the state concerned with this work Book review %ene> sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hao dassah xth season with an annual luncheon honoring -eriereviewer Mrs I M Wein -loir. The event will take place on Tue-. noon. Apr 19 m the Rubai !F YOU SUFFER L+h M M L\M ofMBADACHe rA / rt NEUZAIGIA fteuRms wish life and vice vat room of ,he •*-* %  %  ho,el -.dent of the Jew .rial -*special musical skit arranged t-> Mr* Donald Murray will pre t Jcede the review Mrs Morris AlMizrocni Women's Function pert iormer book review coordinaSloted far Sterling Hotel £iS mtm> — %  *" the ; -ner r>: the Sterling Taking part ir. the musical in note, will be host to more than terlude are Mrs Nat Beckman. m womer. of the three local Miz soloist, and three sineers in mo rachi chapters at an elaborate style MrMichael Mersel Mrs luncheor Tuesday afternoon Apr Samuel Fahck and Mrs Nathan 19 it wa' announced this week by Brenner accompanied at the piano MrAlfred Stone president of by Mrs Howard Grove Committee in charge of arrange m *!LJ! c rTan emen, ~ ments will consist of Mrs Ham I ^L ? .?^ £T^ P r'" ag.d co1o( Group chairman for the chapters of Ha dnarih are the Mesdame.Joseph Gould Maurice Kornat. Nat Beck Program w.l. be highlighted by MB MmTier K|f>|n m ^^ the guest apoearanceof a national j h Akelsoti HaTr ^ Dusnkln ofhcer of the Women's Mnrrk. ^ Ulim j^,, Organization of America, who will he flown down especially tor the function Mnrachi Women of America, the major women s religious Ztoni>t RELIEF %  nl Th* way iKeuwrii of physicians mn4 aWatists HI*l S WHY Anocin n l*c o doctor I prescription Thot is. Anocm cortoms not (us* one but o combinotion of madicolly proved ocive ingredients No othor prodsc* Q'*i falter, longer-losing relief Irons pom of heodoche. neuritis, newrokgia than ArVoc.r. tabfatv avy Anoc.nS tadoyl Beach Chapter and Mrs Betty Turk, chairman of the journal com %  MM DAT WOtKEtS S* DOOaTSTK HOTELS Main. furUri KSTAUtANTS KM*. Help ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.t. lit ti. *. 947 No Charae t. Ematoyar Officers Nominatinr, committee of Great IT. the United States er Miami ORT will present a slate numbers 50JJ00 memher*^ of offKwrs t „.„, ln ^ FoI1 give their efforts to the practical ... ^ and functional work oi child restor %  ">*• **•' Tuesday evening, ation. social service and vocational Apr IB. at 8:15 p.m Mrs Joseph education of y oam g a tr in Israel. Narot will gi\-e a book review. S. l. Frcodman M. Ropb.n aitiEw IOOI sraiit 417 W k ,afa. A... Me,.i Urn* ', tHinmsti. 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IY, APBH. 15. 1955 jLOBAL SHOOTS *J^Hl Meridian == PAGE 7 B U Cabinet HoWs Special [ion on Egyptian Attacks hUCAI-EM (JTA^fhe Israel F e t met in emergency session fto consider the situation ere|by the long series of Egyptian L r provocations culminating in %  nights extended engagement hich two Israel soldiers were i and 16 others were wounded. t the meeting Ambassador Abfcban. Israel delegate to the M Nations, was instructed to kor an urgent meeting of the City Council, and Mr. Sharett [with American Ambassador Ld B. Lawson for the third Cculivo meeting in three days ten the two statesmen. Bin Says Iraqi Pact is No Threat to Israel INDON (JTA) — The British iment was assured here that is nothing in the Turkishdelensc pact—to which Briticamc a party last week — should cause anxiety to Isf any other state in the Midjst. The assurance came from my Nutting, Minister of for Foreign Affairs, who apin Parliament to answer ions during the debate on [h adherence to the pact. M Takes Issue With on Indemnity Claims ENNA (JTA!—Dr. Emil Mauresident of the Vienna Jewish tiunitv. took sharp issue here IChanccllor Julius Raab over |tjons made by the Chancellor recent radio address on the advanced by Jewish organ|ns for restitution of losses to in Austria under the Nazi ne Dr. Maurer challenged the \M %  > it a statement by ChanRaab to the effect that the ^ian Covernment had already 3,000.1100,000 schillings for ution. merce. Mr Thertm said that his Government welcomed Israel's entry i nt .. S outh African markets. "We wish Israel an honored place in our import trade," he 'said. JDA Starts $5,000,000 Drive; Harriman Flays McCarran Act NEW YORK (JTA>—"One of the most hateful expressions of intolerance" on the American scene today is the "infamous" McCarranWalter Immigration Act, Gov. Averill W. Harriman declared here at a dinner inaugurating the Joint Defense Appeal's 1955 drive in the New York area. The JDA, fund raising arm of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith and the American Jewish Committee, seeks $5,000,000 nationally, half in the metropolitan area. Miss Greene flamed ) ***#-* c ,ufc ,o *• To Bond Office *-**" M, *~ Miss Sally Greene, of New York, has been appointed to the staff of the Miami Israel Bond Office, tt was announced by Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division for Bonds in the Miami area. Ruins of King Herod's Palace Reported Unearthed NEW YORK (JTA)^-Israel archaeologists, digging near Massada in the Dead Sea area, have unearthed the ruins of the 2,000-year-old palace of Kin* Herod the Great, the United Press reported from Jerusalem. The dispatch quoted Michael Avi Yona, of the Israel Department of Antiquities to the effect that the palace was uncovered during a 12-day survey by an expedition which has just returned to Jerusalem. 100,000 Children to Get Salk Anti-Polio Vaccine JERUSALEM (WNS)—The Israel Ministry of Health disclosed here that a gift from the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis in the United States will make it pos1 sible to immunize about 100,000 children in the country against the dreaded polio disease through Salk serum injections. About 600 liters of the Salk vaccine is expected to reach the country this month, when the anti polio campaign begins. Eighth musical preview of the season has been announced by Mrs. Harold E. Davis, preview chairman of the University of Miami Sytnphony CIUDV for Friday, Apr.' 15, at the Miami Women's Club. The club will hbnor composer Robert Strassburg, who will talk on his own composition, "The Patriarchs," to have its premier at the University of Miami concerts Apr. 17 and 18. Also featured will be Professor Jose Balseiro, who will speak on Claudio Arrau and play themes from the Brahms B flat major Piano Concerto No. 2. Hostesses during the social hour will include Mrs. GordonVarney and Mrs. Richard Wolfson. __ HERBERT S. LEVIN, DOS SUITE 612-614 DuPONT B10G. Is priviliged fo announce the association of I I L. F. J0RDAIN, DOS I in hit office beginning March 26th, for the cart and treatment of his patients (luring hit recall inte military service. Phene 9-3143 I kva Parley Adopts kmmendations on Bias |(EVA iJTA) — A resolution for the formation of internal bodies, either of. United Ins specialized agencies or of nments themselves, to hear llaints on prejudice and disInation in contravention of the Charter, the Declaration of HuIRiRhts and international conIons, was adopted here as the pay convention of non-governoiganizations on means of Icating prejudice an discrimi\n came to an end. udicn Jews Seek lission of Immigrants JNTREAL (JTA)—A joint delIon representing the Canadian Tsh Congress and the Jewish Igrant Aid Society called on fclK.ii Minister for Citizenship [Immigration J. W. Pickersgill effort to obtain relaxation ( %  migration regulations pertainto refugees and the admission families of "hard-core" imlants from Europe, the CJC anIced here. German Government Puts Genocide Act Into Effect BONN (JTA)—The Federal Republic of Germany has made the United Nations Genocide Convention effective in West Germany and West Berlin, thus outlawing the crime which Germany originated— genocide. The provisions of that Convention have now been incorporated into the German Penal Code. It provides a life term at penal servitude, the highest punishment that can now be imposed in West Germany. Miss Sallf Greene Miss Greene will assist the Women's Division in planning activities for the 1955 campaign Mrs. Selig announced that a goal of 125 Sponsors had been set for 1955, and 25 women of the Miami area have already enrolled as Sponsors for 1955. A Sponsor is a woman who has purchased $1,000 or more in State of Israel Development Bonds. Miss Greene was executive secretary of the Brooklyn Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, field representative in the Women's Division of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in New York and the director of the Women's Division of the St. Louis Jewish Welfare Federation. Utica Condemns Defense Appeal for 'Uncleared' Drive UTICA, N.Y. (JTA)—The Jewish Community Council of Utica has issued a public statement condemning the Joint Defense Appeal of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee for having conducted a fund raising campaign in this city without prior notification and clearance of the council and in conflict with the launching of the United Jewish Appeal. |e Reading in Schools be Decided by Voters jjS ANGELES (JTA) — The (lion ol whether Bible reading 'I be .-.Mowed in this state's schools may be submitted f"' People to decide by ballot %  e next general election, it was Psed here. Last week, the .Senate Education Committee 1 clown a proposed Bible bill. Assemblyman John r[ ,hc n suggested it might be P" "dea to put the proposal on pallot. Africa Greets Israel P'ion at Trades Fair [HANNESBURG (JTA)-OffiF^t.ngs of the South African piment were delivered here J ,| Bln f the Israel Past the Rand Easter Show— • Afnca's biggest trade fair— I*Theron, Secretary of ComAn afflicted youngster enjoys his occupational therapy treatment with Misi Miriam Epstein He i. learning to control the movements of his hands by I^* !" *"J^ ing board at the Rehabilitation Center of the. CnppJed1 Children's Society. Because he is deaf he also has difficulty m tallang and he receives speech therapy each week upon the prescription of his physician. More than 129 patients with all lypes of physical handicaps are receiving treatment and reha^Uitation slices each week at the Crippled Chtldrens Society Rehabilitation Center. ^PRODUCTS fJUNE < %  VMARGARINE TONIGHT QUINIELAS EVERY RACE DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd POST TIME 8:00 P.M. 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1*11 Say... Moribund Zionism Aronovitz to Head Miami Delegation At Florida B'nai B'rith Convention I By MARRY SIMONHOFF 1*4-to*ana)* Mipner 4*t Rabbi Lehrman a! the super prank Blueto-MMa^'ftpr 2it** cumoUnw i .. !" nv that P^ the decline of American ZioAsav Notniaalty in* event coeat*aedjueff with honoring a local rabbi. VrtuaHy it was a fund raising aroj ea iwn? expenses and to reduce the overhanging deficit of the Zionist Organiza'ion of America. Otaiearly there is nothing wrong about an organuation passing: the hat tor cash it needs badlyBut a national body of standing and authority should not tf Us prestige by participating in local squabble* Nothing derogatory is here intended to Rabbi Lehrman. who help< Federation and Bond drives, and on numerous occasions has spoken for Zionism. If the clique directing the ZOA sets out to honor him there I reason why he should object But the HH York .•e should remember that there are about twenty other rabbis in the Greater Miami area—that Rabbi Lehrman is not the only rabbi who has labored for Medina! kmll The Testimonial Drives Every drive calls for concerted effort that >wings the community into action Man> speakers of national stature, or of local influence, put forth their best efforts to stimulate the annual giving. Numerous men aad •omen ring doorbells and expend their energies each year to raake the campaign a success: yet they remain unhonored and unsung. Governments everywhere have come to recognize that wars are won by the common man. aad mon u ments are dedicated everywhere to the unknown soldier. Therefore, as a matter of principle, why should the ZOA select a single person upon whom to confer honors* Zionism is a mass movement aad has succeeded ia bringing the Jewish State into being beaction that demanded joint sacrifice and joint devotion. OB the ethical level, it seems unjust to extoi one person and ignore others, whose contributions may have been cant, if not as spectacular But ethics aside, was it expedient* There are a number of other rabbis whose synagogues may resent this act a< shorn-ing preference or d: on Surely the ZOA has lost enough members since 1948 to hazard farther shrinkage. The Testimonial Dinner The bureau. New York evidently sensed something inconabout the affair The heaviest artillery had to be hauled out. They were compelled to utilize the personal popularity of President Mortimer May. whose integrity and high character is universally recognised As the piece de resistance. Amoassador Abba Eban had to lay mportant duties in Washington and at the I'nited Nations to charm the $100 customers with his matchies* prose. Israel's representative evidently sensed the absurdity of the occasion Tongue in cheek. he characterized a testimonial dinner "as the cruelty of man to man" and playfully expressed q rr.pathy for the boredom or ennui the rabbi had to undergo The prime interest is the powwow centered on the reservations at 5100 a piate Here the top management seems to have lost its head comy The prospective donors received invitations that contained a I-irge number of sponsors and umterv But some of the names printed •a the card had about as Batch connection with Zioawm as with Voodoscszn Several of the icvtters were former noe Zionists (a euphemism far anti ZionistOthers had refused to buy Israel Bonds for fear of being charged ;th dou b le loyalty They evidently 'ignored their own auoas. for they did not show up The** > %  "•< were deleted from the final pragt a a u set near each pk.e The Herald reporter at least :good time, h uh t a d of seeing d -able, he saw triple when he reEditor that the cxcrj aumbereu 1.000 gm The S***vs ef Zionism The eider t ha i i f laoaasts caald scarcely suppress a feeling of They could remember the time when the Zionists constituted a ?~~— tee. a re gurnet ad. %  mate coaairtees. But Of a 1TI prated to grace the irraiam Brians a 1MB wh Actually Zwai>a has nptse bke the tin caa seeks for the a Palestine" ia \! Aronovitz. president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B nth lodges, will head the delegation of Greater Miami B'nai B'rith members to attend the annual convention of the Florida State B'nai B'rith Federation at the -Huitingtoa htei. 8t Petersburg, Saturday. Apr. IB, and eonchkhnu with luncheon on Monday. Apr 18. Feature speaker at the convention banquet, to be held on Sunday ng. Apr 17. will be Hon John J Sparkman. I'nited States Senator from Alabama and former \ MM presidential candidate Herman Edehberg. Washington repre>entative of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will address the luncheon session on Sun day A highlight of the convention will be panel presentations on the programs of B'nai B'rith agencies in Florida, including the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations. Americanism and Civil Affairs and Service to Armed Forces and Veterans officerand state committee chairmen of the Florida State Federation of B uai Brith Lodges from the Greater Miami Area include Aranovtti. president; George 6. Levenaaa. regional viee president: Jerome Adelman. Hillel building fund co-chairman: Sidney Adler. BBYO co-chairman; Gilbert J. Balkin secretary and public relations chairman: Jack Falk. Hillel cochairman: Milton A. Friedman, BBYO chairman: David Linn. Armed Forces Veterans chairman: Milton Mannheimer. Institute of Judaism co-chairman. Bernard Newmark. membership chairman: Irving Saal. aid.to Israel chairman: Tobias Simon. Institute of Judaism chairman: Rabbi Morns ,Skop. Jewifh education co-chairman. Sanford M. Swerdlm. ADL chairman: George J. Talianoff. legislative chairman. %  fa Algiers to be Site Of 'Mrs. America' Contest Coronation of MrFlorida of 1956 will take place at the Algierhotel, on Monday. Apr. 18 Contest director* will put ten attractive women through their home making and cooking paces for three den to select Florida's reresentaGen. 0 Donnell to be Honored Here At Sports for Israel Ft Lt Gen Emmett ODonneU. der by CharleGreene, uty chief of staff of the I'nited urer States Air Force, will be honored; Col. Her.1 _ni Sunday evening at a reception .s*.." ;.-:.s hi Tonon M %  donor hi Sw*"-" 19 are M; > s Turk, journal cbainoan, Mrs. Umamim S. Gross, doncr luccheci chairmen, and Mrs. Israel Yulish. ways and means chairman. and 300.000 the Air Forc Hu are in Washington Gen. 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Combining THE JEWJSH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY pTl.UME 29—Number 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS NATO MEMBERSHIP AMD WEST GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY MEANS (set'Bookshelf Page 4 B) wet files On Nazi Atrocities Lodged In Washington May Be Returned To Bonn Government JTA WASHINGTON—An item that (light be returned to West Gerany as a result of the newly-ratiEed pacts is listed by the U.S. Cnny Adjutant General's Office Foot Locker 273, Folder 2, supply of gold teeth of dead oncentration camp inmates." The granting of full NATO Membership and Sovereignty to he West German Government nay facilitate the return of a vast epot of Nazi files and associated batter confiscated in 1945 by the fllied forces. Nazi concentration up records are to be found In jive miles of filing cabinets storin secret Army warehouses hi the Washington area. A small amount of this matter has been "declassified" and made-available ior public research. But Jewish organizations fear it will be returned to the Germans before Jewish researchers can make photostats. A preliminary evaluation has been undertaken by the Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO). Meanwhile, a superficial spot-check of declassified index cards indicated a vast store of information that may exjfese the inside story a* the mass-murder of European Jewry. Inquiries elicited information that some officials lyre are eagex to return the files to Germany before Jewish groups have a chance to publicize the contents. It is the feeling of such officials that Germany should not be "embarrassed" on the eve of resuming its place in the family of nation. The c o m m u n ist campaign against German remilitarization has made it difficult for true liberals to speak out on this and similar issues, according to Jewish organizational sources. But a fight is anticipated because of the contents of these files. A typical file directive is entitled: "Regulations concerning the delivery of gold and precious metal valuables of Jewish inmates." Suits have been instituted by Jewish slave laborers forced to work for German factories. Such cases are pending before German courts. Useful evidence for plaintiffs might be in the files which contain: "Lists showing the number of inmates of Natzweiler detailed for labor duty at various private industries, Trippel, Junkers. Deutsche Erd-m. Steinwerke and numbers of hours worked. Requests by private firms for inmate laborers. "Daily diary kept by S.S. duty sergeants giving number of inmates, work details Request to Concentration Camp Hertogenbusch for 147 inmate diamond cutters, 1943 Report of an attempt by Jewish inmates to escape during a work detail." One finds "Original correspondence between the county councillor of Rottweil and Gestapo office, Stuttgart, dealing with the using of the crematorium in Reutlin-arrived prisoners at Natzweiler from Paris, Dachau, Sachsenhausen, etc., listing inmate, serial number, nationality, date of birth, place of birth, occupation, 1943-1944. New regulations simplifying the giving of PStrafen (beating-punishment). Organization charts of SS guard units assigned to guard the concentration camps. ." 1AT ABOUT COL NASSER? true/ Aims to Seek Clarification Of Sir Anthony Eden's Parliament Pledge on Treaties in Near East LONDON (JTA)—The Israel Govbment was expected this week to i'h clarification of the statement de by Prime Minister Sir Anil en in the House of Com|kr>s on the possibility*! Britain's 1 n.s an Arab-Israel settleInt providing it covers the future [the Arab refugees, the frontiers thi ,• lopment of the Jordan It -i; ,i ••.•ttlement were to be I o( guarantees to pointed out, the by merely refusing a r I could frustrate any '" to Insun Israel's asmight secure Israel's re easily by political I militarily. | vagueness of the state1 >ir Anthony, it is felt by pel ( rcles, could alone encourt 'b states in their preset inir;,nsigeant attitude. These F'eemphasized that if Sir Anr" id in mind Israel concesbns such ;is ceding territory or tcpiir j ihe return of the refuI euld not consider the liter ;.ether. Sir Anthony, in his last major appearance in the House of Commons as Foreign Minister before assuming the role of Prime Minister, had announced that the British Government was ready lb offer guarantees of support of any settlement between Israel and the Arab states. He declared that Britain stands behind the guarantees of Israel security which she outlined as a signatory to the Tripartite Declaration. Continuing to puzzle over Sir An thony's words, official circles here wondered what effect his recent visit with Egypt's Col. Nasser had on future British attitudes toward the Near East. Sir Anthony's visit with the Egypt strong jnan took place almost concurrently with the Gaza battle, as a result of which the Prime Minister's government joined the United States and France in leading a Big Three move for UN censure of Israel. At that time, Col. Nasser threatened "to teach Israel a lesson they will never forget" and vowed that Egypt was prepared to take matters into its own hands—regardless of any United Nations decision. State Department Fires Edward Corsi; Was Critic of McCarran Quota System Col. Nasser teacher pPAKH MAY CLEAR WAY FOR UN lixeci Armistice Commission Sends Supplementary Report on Nachal Oz JKHl SALEM--Gen. E. L. |M Burns, Chief of Staff of the IJ-nited Nations Truce Supervision [Organization in Palestine, forwarded to the UN Security Council Monday his first report since |nis return to Palestine on the situlation along the Israel-Egyptian [border in the Gaza strip area, [together with the decision Sunday ol the Israel-Egyptian Mixed I Armistice Commission on the 90rninute border battle near Nachal uz last wcrk, which started with In. gypUajM mining an Israel [Patr.,1 C ar and then bombarding | Nachal Oz. li>patch of these reports is exweed to clear the way for SeI r "v Council consideration of *"• most recent charges of j armistice violation and aggresSl0n in the border area against the Egyptian Government. Israel's urgent request for a Council session was granted here on the eve of Passover, and the Security Council, after hearing the Israel delegate, adjourned until it had received a report from the MAC on the Nachal Oz incident about which Israel had complained. • • The MAC decision, coming after a 12-hour session, condemned Egypt for the attack and then voted "technical censure" of Israel because the Israel troops under fire in the incident Had replied with small arms and mortars. Earlier this weekend, the MAC handed down a similar double condemnation in an incident on Mar. 30 beginning with an Egyptian attack on an Israel patrol. 'SHAMELESS' Corsi Dismissal Rapped Sharply WASHINGTON (JTA) — Dismissal of Edward J. Corsi from his State Department post as Refugee Relief Act trouble-shooter continued receiving harsh criticism from political leaders of both major parties last weekend. Corsi, a liberal Republican who has held various important jobs, including that of U.S. Commissioner of Immigration, has been a consistent critic of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, and a foe of the national origins quota system. Senator Herbert H. Lehman called the firing of Mr. Corsi "a shameless surrender to the opponents of reform of immigration and citizenship law. It is a capitulation to the apologists for the racial and national discrimination built into the McCarran-Walter Act." Rep. Emanuel E. Celler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, accused Mr. Dulles of "buckling up" to pressure from "the McCarthy group." and said that McLeod himself "is the real villain in this piece." New York State Attorney General Jacob K. Javits telegraphed to Mr. Dulles requesting reconsideration of Mr. Corsi's dismissal "in our highest national interest." WASHINGTON (JTA)—Edward J. Corsi, critic of the national origins quota system and of the McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationalities Act, was fired this week from his post as special assistant to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on refugee and immigration problems. Mr. Corsi received notice of his dismissal shortly after he had submitted a report on bottlenecks Relief Act of 1953, in which he' recommended taking administra1 tion of the law out of the hands of Scott McLeod. State Department j security chief. The refugee act provides for admission of 214,000 refugees into! the United States by the end of i 1956. In 17 month of operations, only 22.000 refugees have been given visas, Mr. McLeod, however, told a closed session of a Congressional comI mittee this week that the program | could be successfully completed'by the end of next year. The State Department denied that "communist" charges ca-t .it Mr. Corsi by Rep. Francis E. Walter, co-author of the present immigration law, had anything to do with its action. Mr. Corsi was informed that the post to which he had been named on Jan. 10 was a "temporary" one I and would not be renewed after the 90-day period. He pointed out however that he had not been told it was a 90-day appointment when he took the assignment. "I never came down here looking for a job," he commented. "Mr. Dulles in a personal telegram requested me to take on the work. I came down solely relying on the integrity and honesty of Mr. Dulles." Mr. Corsi was informed that he would be offered "equally important assignments" after completion of his security check but said he had not decided whether to continue with the State Department. The New Yorker, a Republican, served as Commissioner of ImmiContinued on Pagt 3 A -BULLETINWASHINGTON (JTA)—Commissioner Joseph M. Swing of the Im migration and Naturalization Service announced this week designation of James Hamilton as Chief Immigration Officer for the Refugee Relief program. Mr. Hamilton, senior examiner in the central office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Washington for the past ten years, will make his headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. in administration of the Refugee NAZI LEANINGS Ceiici 1 Challenges New Appointment Of Passoort Aide %  WASHINGTON (JTA)—The appointment of Miss Frances G. I Knight as new head of th.> State Department's Passport Division I has been challenged by Congress! man Emanuel Cellar, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, because of charges, published m the Washington Post and TimesHerald, that she was "very interested" in the Nazi puppet regime of Father Tiso in Slovakia. In a second letter to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Rep. Celler last weekend again questioned the appointment. His first letter, dated Mar. 3, 1955, was sent to Mr. Dulles immediately after publication of the charges. The Secretary has since pleaded ignorance of the charges against Miss Knight in a letter to Rep. Celler and at a press conference last week. fmaavtf Cellar



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flUPAY APRIL 15, 1955 Jen I itFhrkfivn Strassburg Work to be Performed; Claudio Arrau in Brahms Concerto PAGE 3 A Robert Strassboro Beth Sholom Sisterhood I Plans Election Meeting Annual election meeting of the I Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Iwill take place on Wednesday afternoon. Apr. 20. at 1 p.m., in the |Temp!r Banquet Hall. Featured at this meeting will Ibe a knitwear fashion show. Model-, will be 12 of Sisterhood's members. Another feature of the meetling will be an original skit, "Thanks for the Memory," written by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, i member of the board of Hie SisIterhood. Chairman will be Mrs. [Irving Bachrach. shire Music Center. This summer, his opera. "Helm," is to be given at the Tanglewood Music Festival. "T he ^"•inrchs" was inspired by Biblical texts it was written and completed at the MacDowell Colony, Peterboro, N.H., in the summer of 1946. Mr. Arrau, who will perform the Brahms Concerto, is renowned today on five continents of the globe and hai'pH everywhere as one of ine greatest pianists of all time. He is currently on his 14th consecutive achieved a wide reputation as a transcontinental tour of the United composer. He has studied with Walter Piston. Porgy and Bess, by Gershwin, will be performed in honor of the American Jewish Tercentenary. Strassburg is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and holds a Master's degree from Harvard University where, in addition to Mr. Piston, he was also nings, Apr. 17 and 18, at the Miami B jKf h tf>s!}$t le County AufctoriB|0>V &W?Wer will conduct the orchestra in works by Robert Strassburg and George Gershwin. Mr. Arrau will be heard in a performance of Concerto No. 2 in B flat major by Johannes Brahms. 'The Patriarchs — Four Statements for String Orchestra," by Strassburg, will receive its initial performance here. Strassburg, long active in Miami music circles, has i Store Department Fires Immigration Law Aide Continued from Page 1 A Krat ion and Naturalization under both Presidents Hoover and Roosevelt and was New York State Industrial Commissioned in the Dewey Administration, at the time of his appointment to the refugee post. Corsi as "my dear friend" and described him as the man best qualified to help solve problems in the department's refugee program. Mr. Corsi came under immediate attack from Rep. Walter who charged that the appointment was arranged to avoid the need for Senate confirmation and was a back door device through which Corsi would replace McLeod. He rai. accused Mr. Corsi of membership Secretary or State DolleY in anin several "front" organiations. Mr. nouncing his selection, lauded Mr. Corsi denied the charges. A STATEMENT OF CORRECTION States and Canada. "I 111. IIN'IIWl.l Special Attention to All Social Functioni Prominent Jewish affairs leader [Gabriel Neustadter, of New York :ity, is vacationing at Waldman's [hotel. Mr. Neustadter is one of the [founders of Bar Ilion University in Jerusalem and co-founder of the [Max Stern College for Girls under the auspices of Yeshiva University. % % % % % % % % f r Through an unintentional error, the name of Rabbi Moaes Mescheloff was used on certain printed advertising announcing that Kosher for p f Passover Pepsi-Cola was certified by him. p Although Pepsi-Cola has been certified by Rabbi Mescheloff in y prior years, this statement is made to correct the misuse of his name for the current year. > We wish to verify the fact that the concentrate used in the p fc manufacture of Kosher Pepsi-Cola is certified bv Rabbi J. M. Chartop. r P of New York, and that it was bottled locally under the supervision of p Rabbi Akiva Chill, oi Miami Beach. p % PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 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Savitz, dean of Yeshiva and Mesifta Rabbi Israel Solanter of New York, officiated at Sedorim held in the Strath Haven hotel last week. Host was Nathan Ginsburg, who arranged Rabbi Savitz' trip here for Passover. Shown are candles used during the Strath Haven Sedorim produced in Jsrael by the Menorah Manufacturing Company at T el Aviv. 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PAGE 6 A Wfcflflpf**3fZ ISEAY^APRH^J Miss Elaine Sachs Becomes Mrs. Leon Labbie in Double Ring Candlelight Rites In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday. Apr. 3. at Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Miss Elaine Sachs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Sachs. 1028 Venetian Way. became the bride of Leon Labbie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Labbie. 2315 SW 25th St. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. and Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiated. Decor of the wedding was pink and white. Best man was Jack Bloom. Ushers included Sidney and Arthur Sachs, brothers of the bride. Lewis Jacobson. Melvin Jacobson Matron of honor was Mrs, Levin, sister of the bride Bridesmaids were Jane Abby Levin and Deborah Ruth Levin, nieces of the bride. Attendants were all dressed in identical blush pink crystaline and tulle gowns, carrying arm bouquets of pink roses and white carnations. Mother of the bride selected a powder blue imported lace and beaded pearls seq corsage. Mrs. Labbie selected an orchid Italian lace beaded gown and white jjiam7 Miss Schulman Weds Attorney; To Live in Gables Mi>F.dith R. Schulman became Mrs J Edward Cantor in wedding rites Mar. 29 at the home of Rab bi Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish Center spiritual leader. The bride is the daughter of the | Hyman Schulmans. Miami Beach Mr Cantor's parents are Mr. and Mr* Abe Cantor. Miami For her wedding, newlywed Mrs Cantor was attired in a blue lace dress with white orchids. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Finn. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Stulroff. Mr and Mrs Saul Cantor and Mr. and Mrs G. Nelson, of Wilkes-Barre Pa. A reception for guests and the bridal couple followed at the Delano hotel Mr. and Mrs. Cantor then left for a two-month honeymoon tour of Europe. The bride graduated from the University of Miami, where she was an instructor in remedial reading. On her return from Europe Formerly of Cleveland, the bride he will continue as a member of sne a srss ^^^,-£ i2Lr *.. —* Mr Cantor received his AB and LLB degrees from the University of Pennsylvania They will live at 123 Santilla. Coral Gables. ^ Ardmorr Mrs. Lf* taa*i* ior High School. She received her AB degree at the University of orchid corsage. The bride was dressed in a floorThe groom attended the University of Pittsburgh and received his length gown of imported chantilly d • m at tnc Uimei s itv of Miami. lace, fitted bodice, cap sleeves outHe h a member o( phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity and Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. A buffet reception was held at Hibiscus Temple, after which the couple flew to New York for their honeymoon. They will make their home in Miami. lined in seed pearls and sequins and bouffant tulle skirt with an insert of matching lace Her fingertip French illusion veil was attached to a headpiece of seed pearls and matching lace with a pleated tulle edging She carried two white orchids on a Bible. Planning a mid-summer wedding are Miss Joan B. Holland and Robert H. Gardiner. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry. 7970 Biscayne Point circle. Mr. Gardiner is the son of Mrs. Shirley Gardiner, New York, and the late Jay Gardiner. 1 Chicago Girl Fiancee Of Dr. Brautman Dolores Taylor Weds Hubert VVeisman Dolores Taylor and Hubert Bernard Weisman were married at the Lincoln Manor in 630 p.m. rites Apr. 5. Rabbi Morris Skop. of ("oral Gables Jewish Center, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Louis Bossie. I860 SW 3rd ave Mr. Weisman"s parents are the Samuel Weismans. of 121 SW 53rd ct and Poughkeepsie, NY. Best man was Martin Gross.' brother in-law of the group. Pough keepsie. Mrs. Abe Lefkove. of Coral Gables, school friend of the bride.' was bridesmaid. Ushers included Sidney Bergman. Miami, and Miss Tess Dvoskin kept the guest book. Newlywed Mrs. Weisman chose a white chantilly lace and tulle gown, with illusion neckline, lace mandarin collar and lace bodice fashioned in a long hipline torso. Her tulle skirt fell in a flare from hip to Mist Myra S*ck$ Miss Sachs Plans Rites to Navy Man! Myra Sandra Sachs and Lockowitz met five years a, high school dance No*, planning to be married. The bride-elect is the of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V, en, 6437 SM 14th it She the University ol Florida now enrolled at the Miami, where she is a au__ Sigma Lambda Phi *onwa1| ice sorority. Mr. Lockowitz is the son fl Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Brooderson, j Chicago, are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter Annette, to Dr. Herbert A. and Mrs. Irving Lockowiu, Brautman, Miami. N.Y. He was educated in The couple plan to he married in schools, is serving at late May or early June. i the Navy stationed at 0 The bride-elect attended North S.C. western University. Dr. Brautman is a graduate of Northern Illinois College of Optometry. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer. 100 SW 30th rd. rrk Madifon Barbara's Betrothal Told by Parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brooks. 1552 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara, to Victor Silverman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Silverman, New York. Miss Brooks is a senior in Miami Beach High School and member of the National Forensic league. Her fiance is a senior in City College of New York. He is a member of the CCNY Accounting Society. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. I. tdwmi Crtw Miss Feder Will Be Married May 15 Miss Muriel Doris Feder. daugh floor. The headpiece was ; ter of Mrs. Morris Feder. 3071 SW fashioned in a bridal wreath of pearlized orange blossom, with elbow length circular veil of pure silk illusion. She carried white orchids on a Bible The bride graduated from Miami Beach Hieh School and attendi Gibson Girl Modeling School She \ attended the University of Miami and is a member of Emma Lazarus Chapter. B'nai B'rith Mr Weisman graduated from Ohio State University school of commerce, where he was elected to ] Mu Beta Chi. honorary fraternity A World War II veteran, he is now I associated with ("ar.itol Distributer o-.rrBavtadsJe. N Y Freotion followed the ceremonv i at the Lincoln Manor Among outo<-tuU guests were Mr and Mrs. jlouis Shapiro and Mr and Mr* j Martin Gross. Poughkeepsie: Gerson Bergman. Philadelphia Pa: Mr and Mrs David Leventhal. Mr and Mrs R. J Gordon and Mrs Rose Leventhal. Jacksonville. Fla : and Mrs William Lieberman and son. Paul. Leesburg. Fla. Followine a motor trip North, the couple will be at home at 52 Montgomery" St.. Poughkeepsie 16th st and the late Mr. Feder. and Richard E. Rothbaum plan to be married May 15. Mr. Rothbaum is son of Mr. and I Mrs. David Rothbaum, New York. Miss Feder graduated from Syra-, cuse University and received her i Master's decree at Teachers College. Columbia University. She is teaching at the School of Industrial Arts in New York Her fiance graduated from New York Uni\ersity He served over seas with the Army during World War n The wedding will take place in Hampshire Country Club. Ma maroneek X Y After a honeymoon in Bermuda the couple will live in New York Miss Itrtof Iraatt Mitt ABM Iritmkt Kriensky, Dubrow Met on Blind Date They met on a blind d*' 'now they're engaged. They're Ann Kriensky and I L Dubrow. Her mother, 51*1 nie Kriensky. of 39 SastillawJ Coral Gables ..,r: iincinftr gagement No date ha> been I {the wedding. Ann is a graduate High School in V i a member of the Coral' tish center. David, son oi Mr and Mrs.1 Dubrow, of Brooklyn, 1" Walsh ave. He attend^ the livcr-it"' ami. David alState Uaiversit: a an NY., after graduating in > school in 1. Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary are Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. of 1860 SW 4th st. Miami. The couple moved here from Atlanta 30 years ago. Mr. Clein is a retired merchant Aptes Celebrate Lt. j g Stuart C Apte received his promotion in the IS Navy on Mar 5 A jet pilot, he was sent from Guantanamo to Jacksonville, where he underwent surgery The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte. 435 SW 3rd rd Miami, he was at home on sick leave beginning Apr. 5. where be helped his parents celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary. Gobies Sisterhood to Hear Talk, Slates Rummage Sale Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a meeting on Wednesday evening. Apr 20. at the Center Slated is a talk bv MrsLam Ell She will speak on "The Three EV of the Biennial." Sisterhood will hold a spring rummage sale on Apr. 21. from 8 am l0 4 p.m.. at Steven's Market. %  a Mas MmrM f4t Beth Jacob Ceaa/oaatioa Names Uo Meyer* Pr etk h a t Leo Meyers was this week elect| 1 president of Congregation Beth Jacob at a meeting in Miami Beach. Other off leers named were Aaron Lerner. first vice president; Louis Makovsky. second vice president; Marcie Liberman. treasurer; Hyman Galbut. financial sec r e ta ry; *od Dan Both, recording secretary yfc.



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PAGE 8 A vJmi&ncrkMan %  FRIDAY, APRH 15, Academy Reelects Binder President B. I Binder, local hotel operator and civic and religious leader. %  nM unanimomdt refracted Resident of the HeKre^i lAcaif mv^or a >econd term at m Mfj^L,o{ dlr^%> :::eetins thi> Week Dr David S Andron. first Academy president, who served for \ years, was named honorary president. Kolman Luna, a veteran in communal and civic work, was elected honorary vice president. Also named honorary vice presidents, founders of the Academy were Harry Levitt and Samuel Bitter. Harry Genet, formerly a vice president, was named chairman of the executive board. Slate was presented by Sol Goldman, chairman of the nominations committee Vice presidents are Isidore Goldberg. Jack Satin. Samuel Beichard. Herman Baseh. Charles H Fruchtman. Baymond Bubin. Moms Cohen. Irving Firtel. Jacob Kaufman. Daniel M Broad: Samuel M Grundwerg. treasurer: HarReturns from Services Mrs Leon Lieberman and daughter. Adele Nancy, of Coral Gables, have returned home from attending funeral services in Newark. : >r Mrs Lieberman s mother Lena Bauchbach. widow of the late Aaron Bauchbach Other survivors raclude a broth-eph Lazar. of Newark: a Mrs Martin A Goldman i N .' one son. Mack. MiBeach: and three grandchilBalshan Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David Balshan. formerly of 745 82nd Miami Beach, will take place Sun day. Apr. 17. 1 30 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery, vnth Rabbi Mayer -Vwamowitz official1 1.&•!• ai. wrvj\ed bni>> w '' e JMHj| r -son* Nathan. Joseph < WBeVi and Solomon: and one daufilWn Mn S\lvia Acker, all of Miami; Beach He was a member of the North Shore Jewish Center and the Zibnist Organization. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument C o m p a n y Friends and relatives are asked to attend ry Koretzky. co-treasurer: Nathan Ginsburg. corresponding secretary: Sidney Bubinowitx. recording secretary: Max Siherberg. general secretary. Sol Goldman, auditor Newly elected to the board of directors, are Joseph Alter. Harry Fields. Hyman Galbut. Moms Miller Henry Penchansky. Norman Remhard. Morris Sugarman. Dr Samuel B Wolf, and Joseph Zemel Berman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Henrietta Berman. formerly of 1012 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. Apr. 17. 2 p.m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery', with Babbi Simon April officiating. Mrs. Berman is survived by her husband. Walter S. three brothers and one >ister Awangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Garden Party Wednesday Garden of Mrs I>aac Pushkin's home. 230 SW 29th rd.. will be the scene of a luncheon and card party red by the Golda M>erx>n 4 Pioneer Women on Wedne>6i\pr 20 Mrs Besne in is chairman, assisted by MrR m Gersten and Mrs Ethel Nerove Proceeds will go for the Moetze: Hapoaloth in Israel LECTURE i -1 Ben Z ion Goldberg .<:•• I < tap i t St Ail AlAtS ABC TNI %  Mi HXHEK" Fr.4a, April 22. ItSS : — i I MM Jewish Cultural Center -i '.I V — Etj:A J.ti::-; .s r : : -.- Lectwne C: .-: E--; •:*--,-;, Aflw ea gm — Tarn tad. Sholem Lodge Names Rayvis Joseph Bayvis has been elected president of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B nth He will be installed at a banquet in the DiLido hotel on May 1. according to an announcement this week by Harry S Schwartz, chairman. Other officers named by Sholem Lodge, who will be installed along with Bayvis. are Stanley D Caidin. president-elect: Robert J Lewison and Schwartz, vice pre>idents. Morns Bierman. treasurer: Gilbert Schwartz, corresponding secretary. Frank Jaffe recording secretary: Edward S. Klein, financial secretary. Bernard Kohn. warden: Mar tin Stein, assistant warden: Marvin Bauzin. monitor: Bernard Tytell. assistant monitor: Nathan Both stein, euardian: Leslie Englerr.an. ~nt guardian Trustees include Sam Friedman. Louis Gordon. Dr M. A Kltnmar.. Sidney Palmer. Bernard Libennan Burd Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Frieda Burd. formerly of 1430 SW 20th st will take place Sunday. Apr 17. 11 am. at Mt Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Babbi S T. Swirsky officiating Mrs Burd is survived by her husband. Nathan. one son. three daughters and seven grandchildren She was a member of Congregation Beth El Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend R. Z. Goldberg to Speck Commemoration of the 12th anniversary of the uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto will be observed Thursday evening. Apr. 21. at Flamingo Park B Z Goldberg, noted columnist of The Day. will be guest speaker. Musical program is also planned Ben Branch to Meet THE NEW f~Sr~*> Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mtlli Ri.tr 4. Silver Lake Har%* Shoe. North Carolina Mm t k t k Siafiaa %  Private lake Swimming PMI Capable Seesaw*** Staff tesiwraf Hyiici— paw Mart* O '•ctora: mnotT mmi gnu S&VB 7SJ4 Buccaneer Ave Mum. Beach Ph B4-t1M Limited Enrwlin-e-i| VJGUST BROS RY f is t*( at vr' J Bee Gunon Branch 304 will meet Wednesday evening. Apr 20. at Beth El Congregation Irving Sacks, president, announced this week that Dr A J Union will be guest speaker He will discuss the philosophy of Chaim Greenberg Chairana will be Dr Harry H Oueen Dr and MrsMeyer Golub will be installed as new Members, and Mrs M. Scrmartz wiU be hostess. *^*^-^"*^>^*^*A''WA^*^A^ Beth Israel Congregation PtAJH AVEMff at 40* STtEET. BNABU BEACH timent RABBI Mil IS ItOTT.M \\ from Chkafo, will deliver sermons at the services aa April 13th, 14th and 16th PASS0VI* SBtVKIS: 6:30 OJO. — Marniaas 9 OJB. Camp High Land RMM "Bi IB* POMOBI W FlariaV" SEEB** BJKvoic-VBrr us Only 2 Hours from M ami ACAJSJ HOfMAS IITIMTL AtWISal CAAV MM BOTS A 6nUS Witfc **m S. Ck.it-. !% 25 year, ,f Jewiati Education A Camp Experience. Camp o -Capable. Mature Staff Hmoe PI 1-7194 LIMITED ESROLLWENT You are cordially invited to u gc i a Camp Belle Aire Party iltflJtamAai33 Collins Avenue Sunday afternoon. April 17th. at 2 p. m Colored Movies — Refreshments — Fun Come and meet Mrs. Bea Komisar. Owner-Direct Finest Jewish Kosher Camp in the Country for ChildteJ from 6 to 16 years of age Situated on Top of the Beautiful Cumberland Mount 3im of Tenr MRS. JUDITH CHERNOFF. MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE si t mt is etajmnc VIST/ OXF0M i CrXFW SCHOOL "Sunand. JUIL SUMMER CAMP KW aTfCMATIOM SWIMMWC PHI FOOt ACtES OF MAYMOUN* AKI • ML aV OTS BOTS I CtS • OATCABVtK sutrm cAsvas <4 leq stratiee %  *f S-OT1 JE l-lt OXFORD ON THE BAT 1204 M Aee_ Miaeti lead Campic? Us IT CEJWIN CAMPS 37* Y. FO*T JERVIS, N.Y. hi.int MOOUSSnri. fOUCATlOWAl, MON-COMMtlCU CAW Weerf fear iawtaB Bar* mm* OMa, 5 f I* Land and water tports; aestbeuc actiemei. rcsidcrtdrfWt, curses; Sabbath, dietary laws observed, cultural oflea %  ••.: S4Mk Srmd 1m *„ m i, m „ !!.-. Haaa 7-5SU A P. t i fc iili—. M. L talair. Bar. 71 W. 47* St.. New*•* "w | A Happy ana* Neafthy Summer for B*ys ami Girh Jwat 20 1 *Ak School i „ Summer Day Camp I SFAaats amoo a as. oorooot mounts I 7S FOOT SeraBWBlHw PO0t ON rWMSES | ft •wraaa 9:M H 4:30 BJB. iactewei: Arts saw CrwfH It I CIS t || | 11010 West Aveoao, Miami loach rW JE I* c _^-._-_— !• %  *•* CBSBI BBT Osws t OMi _^v_ HENDESONVTU£, N. C. ''SEtT eMVaMCA4. 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POPULATION PMSHCTS FOR US. JEWRY ^fevislfcUEIbiriidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1955 SECTION B \ [m SH FAMILY SERVICE'? VOICE Of AMERICA MONITORS POLAND Bureau Considers Proposal to Change Name of JSSB cial meeting of the Jewish i a l service Bureau was held last feck in the auditorium of the Buau ol Jewish Education building. •eting concerned itself with a neraf revision of the by-laws of agency and related changes eded in its charter. Changes were given final form presentation to the memberp at a meeting of the board of actors held last month. Alvin L c l. chairman of the JSSB byL committee, reported that Uges included examination of Tadniinistrative structure of the Licy and obtaining the views of |er organizations, such as Family vice Association of America. Considered at the meeting was the proposal to change the name of the agency to "Jewish Family Service." Cassel said that he felt such a change "to be of the greatest importance, if the nature of the agency's services was to be properly understood in the community." Board of directors and staff were, he said, convinced that large numbers of the Jewish population, many professional people, and even a number of Miami organizations, as well as other agencies, "have failed to realize that there have been great changes in the agency's services and skills in the past five years. "The major focus and interest of aking preparations for four summer day camps of the Great| Miami Jewish Community Center are the central and branch kmmittee heads shown at a recent meeting. Leon Epstein h the left) county day camp chairman, discusses the situabn with (left to right) Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, Town Branch; Mrs. el Newman, Beach Branch; and Mrs. Maurice Dann, Flagler^ar.ada. Not shown are Israel Wcacman. Noilh Dade; and as. Al Zeigler, Flagler-Granada co-chairman. immunity Center Plans Operation Cf Four Summer Day Camps Here; North Dade Site Added to Program B>ur ddj camps will be operatJlhicoming summer by the later Miami Jewish Commuity |ter. which is expanding this n a county-wide basis to ite 500 children between ag< of 5'.. to 12, it was an|ni y Leon Epstein, county camp committee chairman. I 'ion will officially begin lay, Apr. 10. fpstiin stated that these camps be serving families in new ain the first time. Parents in southwest section of Miami or -oral Gables can be served punh the Miami Branch, 450 SW ave. Applications from Miami Ich will be handled at the Beach kneh. 1536 Bay rd. Flagler-Grapa (inter will serve the area pent to its grounds at 50 NW I PL fhe newest development this ft is the day camp to be conjointly with the North Dade fasser Opens Anti-Semitic apaganda in Germany RAXKFURT (JTA) — Otto user, leader of the dissident 1 Black Front" sect, who reed lo Germany last month from a'la, is vigorously assailed by ankiurter Allgemeine," influ|al conservative daily, for the 'Semitic propaganda campaign resumed almost immediately afurn. In Munich, Strasser told the press that the Jews of "any would either have to "as%  ate or face the loss of Gern citizenship. As foreign namais, ccrmany should treat them fcal e same fashion as German nanais are treated in Israel, he Jewish Center at the center location, 13630 West Dixie hway. This camp will provide a community service of this type for the first time in the North Miami and North Miami Beach areas. The camping season will be conducted for eight weeks from June 20 to Aug. 12 and will be divided into two four-week periods. The program is operated five days a week, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. "The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center places high priorj ity on its day camping program," said Epstein, "because of the community need for a constructive summer experience for children when their days are not occupied with formal schooling. For those children who are not ready for overnight camping or are not able to leave home for the summer, this program aims to provide many of the thrills of camp life in a wholesome atmosphere, based upon small group living with supervision by a mature counselor." As the leisure time arm of the greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Center operates its camps on a non-profit basis with tuition fees geared to the requirements of the average family. Activities will include swimming instruction, athletics, Jewish observances, arts and crafts, nature lore, dramatics, singing and games. Once a week groups are taken on trips to places of interest. The daily program is conducted on the grounds of each of the center buildings for half of each day, using outdoor and indoor facilities. The second half of the day is spent at various swimming pools used for the camp waterfront program. Red Cross qualifitd waterfront counselContinued on Pago 3 B the agency lies in the field of family counseling. Problems of family and personal adjustment are spread throughout the population, appearing with equal severity among all economic groups. Family casework, which makes available to everyone professional skills of the highest quality, is increasingly being recognized as the major direct treatment procedure. The Jewish Social Service Bureau has for several years been fully equipped to provide this important social service." However, national publicity and the common understanding of the public, he said, "inclines many people to think of the name 'family service' when they look for help. The proposed change in name of the Jewish Social Service Bureau recognizes this current way of thinking." In preparing the revisions of the by-laws, committee spokesmen said that the agency "does not mean to surrender responsibilities previously assumed, or its concern for need in whatever form it appears. Rather, it anticipates further clarification and strengthening of such services as help for the aged, the child care program which is now taking form, and vocational service." Among other developments discussed was the a shift in membership. Cassel said that JSSB membership had been composed previously of persons showing an interest in the agency and paying a small membership dues. "With the growth of the community and the enlarging interest in social welfare matters, it was believed that the agency should recognize a general constituency as its membership. This would include ail Jewish persons residing in the Greater Miami area contributing lo a central financing agency of which the organization is a beneficiary." Mrs Leo Ackerman, president of the board of directors, expressed the hope that there will be a full altendance of JSSB membership at the planned meetings. She said "this is the third major development in the agency's administrative structure. Each has been a landmark in the progress of the agency and of the community. The changes now being considered in the laws governing our practice represent our arrival at a high level of organizational maturity." Mrs. lea Ackerman fll attendance Brandeis Women Plan Election Plans are now being made for the annual spring election luncheon meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Committee of Brandeis university. The event will take place on Apr. 22 at the Algiers hotel, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president, announced. Mrs. Albert Pick will entertain with a group of readings, according to program chairman Mrs. Harold Turk. Mrs. Pick is past president of the University of Miami Symphony Club and was formerly a concert pianist. Assisting Mrs. Pick will be Miss I Jennifer Marshall, singer. She recently appeared at the Roney Plaza hotel and will be accompanied by I Tony Matas. Mrs. Joseph Duntov, book fund chairman, has urged members to contribute to the book funds of Brandeis for all occasions. The women's committee supports the library at the university, and has to date contributed over 100,000 volumes to the seven-year old school. Dr. Williams to Assume New UM Post as Community Relations Dean Local Woman Named Trustee Of Leo N. Levi Hospital Mrs. Jack R. Wein, local B'nai B'rith leader, has been reelected national trustee of the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital at Hot Springs, Ark. The hospital, founded by B'nai B'rith, is non-sectarian and is dedicated to research and the treatment and alleviation of arthritis and rheumatism. University of Miami Vice President H. Franklin Williams will assume new duties as Dean of Community Relations. His present assignment as Dean of Students will be taken over by Noble Hendrix, Dean of Students at the University of Alabama. The administrative changes will be effective July 1, UM President Jay F. W. Pearson announced. "The University will be strengthened in two of its vital relationships, those with the people with whom we live and those with the students who live with us," Dr. SECOND ANNUAL Ladies' Auxiliaries Hold Joint JWV Installation Second annual joint installation of the Ladies' Auxiliaries of the Jewish War Veterans was held Sund;i> ill Elks Hall in Coral Gables. New presidents installed were Faye Koch. North Shore; Kay Lingation, Hhleah Miami Springs; North Miami Beach, Harriet Eagle; West Miami, Lee Rubin; Coral Gables. Marion Silverston; Miami Beach, Billie Kern, Norma Bruce Brown, Sylvia Phillips. Tessie Solomon, Department of Florida president, was assisted by Rose Horn and Norma Kolollof, past Department Presidents. Sgt. Kenneth Braidman. of the Dade County Honor Guard, Jewish War Veterans, directed the massing of colors. Pearson said. "Two finer men for these duties I could not imagine." Dean of Students at Alabama for 10 years, the new UM officer also brings a wide knowledge of secondary school and university administration problems. He has been Alabama coordinator of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, member of the executive committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary' Schools and consultant in church and higher education 1 surveys. Recognition of the expanding university and local interests underlies creation of the new position of Dean of Community Relations, according to Pearson. Since more than 200 Dade County high school graduates are on university scholarships. Dr. Williams will retain supervision of all scholarship affairs as part of his new regional duties, Dr. Pearson said. Dr. Williams graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa at Havard in 1927. He did his Master's work at Cambridge in England and returned to Harvard for his Ph.D. During his 16 years at Miami, he has served on many civic boards and as a speaker on a wide range of social and historical interests. For ten years he was moderator of the Miami Round Table of the Air sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is a past president of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida and presently is president of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council. He has also been a chairman of the budget committee of the Community Chest. MISSES SEDER AT HOME BUT DOESN'T FORGET ISRAEL 'Dream Volunteer' Sticks to Job Despite Serious Illness Mrs. Frieda Kalstcin of 245 Washington ave., Miami Beach, is a "dream" volunteer. Any civic organization would be happy to number Mrs. Kalstein as one of their workers to judge by her unparalleled performance in behalf of the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. She has served in the ranks oft the Women's Division for the past) ten years and recently volunteered td assist the "Chai" luncheon committee. At l)H close of this successful Women's Division function, Mr.-. Kalstein was rushed to Mt. Sinai Hospital in critical condition. !" Following a serious operation, p Kalstein proceeded to carry on herj volunteer work during her con-1 valescence, phoning her prospects] and chatting bravely with the steady stream of friends and contributions who personally brought Mrs. Kmhtti* their contributions and signed pledge cards to her bedside. Mrs. Kalstein missed her first Seder at home with her daughter, Beatrice, but Women's Division chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff has learned she will be back on the job completing her assignment some time next week. Cheerful Mrs. Kalstein told friends commenting on her devotion "these men, women and children who are helped by the Appeal come first. I am happy to be able to finish my job before the holidays are over. I am grateful to all my friends who remembered me, but I appreciate even more the people who kept their pledge with Israel and Jewish families who need this help." Mrs. Kalstein has been for many years active in the Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Israeli group of Hadassah, American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith, Brandeis University, Jewish National Fund and State of Israel Bonds.



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MY, APRIL 15, 1955 +Jewlst ffcridlimn PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE H-rr: CE BY PUBLICATION IT^J CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fcviNTH JOOICIAL CJRCUIT OF JRIOA IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, N0.N78209 S^ANKO !" Sirr. fo BR W.N XX>DgND gUIT FOR DIVORCE %  noNAI." KKW1S (lOODFRlENI) „ J.i,. I' Coodtrieiadtize* huo f ,(-,(! i ; A\ i i"u>tf*ALf? V >*W**O op ..... hereb) notified that H [Complaint for invoice ha* been "i£lnl vein, ami you are requlrB ,.,,,>>• ..f your Answer or A,„. [., [he liill of Complaint on nEinllff'f Attorneyx. ARONOP A ROXOV1TZ & CAIDIN, Ttx Handing. Miami. Klorlda. and ii urlginal Answer or deadline offli,. of the Clerk of the CirIII in.fore the Bth day of II y.rii f.iil to do nit. Judg| •.mil will be taken against for th'relief demanded In the of Complain! hit notice shall be published once wrrk for four consecutive weeks rHK JEWISH FLoltlUIAN. f)XB AND • >I:I >!•:ItKI> at Miami. fw. Ihil r.th day of April, A.D. K l: I.EXTHBRMAN. clerk, circuit Court. Hade County. Florida By .low i:cii:HNHYKH. rt Seal! Deputy Clerk UM'VITZ ARON'oVTrZl CAIDIN I I'lalntlff ffeybnld Huildimr. iliami, Florldn IVn-rs NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4E COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ND FOR DAOE COUNTY. RIOA IN PROBATE, No. 34982A ESTATE <>l'' icii: Hi 11-1 M AN', r>eceaae. n.l file the same in their a in the County Courthouae In Omnly, Florida, within eight month* from the date of the bvbUeation hereof. Said claims ImaiHuj to contain the legal ad7 of the claimant and to be sworn |il j :• rented as aforeuald. or name • tarred. |e Mar. SI, A l. is:.:.. REBA HOFFMAN, As Executrix of the I,at Will and Testament of JACnll HOFFMAN, Deceased. MR AND MANNHEIMER bus f.,r Executrix LHGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME, LAW NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, de.litng to engage in business under the. f,.tl,l.,„s names of *?',.£ 1! "LANK. STATE BEVERAGES, AND KTATK I'.l'V Kit \< V DISTRIBUTORS, al (90 NWlith sn.-.-t. Miami. Florida, intend to regtater said name with the Clerk of the ( Irmlt ( ourt of Dad,. County, Morlda .. SAMl'EL IILANK SEA'KHKM*.BLANK JACK MILLER K -^^l',lV>KJliLMH!jJI,A>£ MYERS, I.EIMAN* KAM.VN Attorneys for Petitioners 4/l_--l.'.-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the iind.-i .-i:;ncii, desiring to engage In business, under the fictitious, name of KOUTHBRN ADVERTISING SERVICE, at 534 ColllnaAve., Miami Beach. Intends to reglnlersaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HKBIIERT BADGER KKSSf.KP. (i,\Rs Attorneys for Applicant ITS'. W. Flagler St t/l-S-15-M (OTICE BY PUBLICATION %  IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF-1 llDA IN AND FOR DADE |TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1773M MID HAUL WILLIAMS. flnirrtiff Qttl MF.I.olSK WILLIAMS. I>efendant. SUIT FOR OIVORCF JIl-l'IlKli DKI.OISK WILLIAMS South Hinkley Street Stockton. California l are hereby notified that a Bill nplalnt fur Divorce has been fllkinst you. and yon are required a copy nf your Answer or Ing to the Bill of Complaint on llainilfrs Attornev. HENRY M. BH West FlaeleiStreet, Ml[Klondn. and file the original r or I'N-adlnr In the office of erk of the circuit Court on or the 16th day of May. IS.',.". If lil to .In o, judgment by default taken against vou for the reImandeil in the Bill of Complaint. notice shall be published on< %  %  • k for four eonaaetlUve weak* II WISH FLORIDIAN tK VND oltDRKD at Miami. this 7th .lay of April. A.D NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK U HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, deairing to engage In business under the fictitious name of VENETIAN MEDICAL B11LDING, 14M N. BaynhOiY Dr.. Miami.. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. 1.11.1.IAN CANTOR— JOSEPH LAC RAN 8—"A MORRIS FA1.K — li Kl.l 1). COODSTBIN—Vi 4/1-8-1.-.-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 177922 JOYCE c. BONKENIU'RU. I'L.inUff vs. ALBERT BONKENBCRO, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Y'ou, ALBERT BoNK E.N'Bl'RC, 12(9 E. Eighth Street, Brooklyn, New York, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to larva %  copy of your Answer or Plead.lng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD SHAI'llto, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Fleudlng In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 29. It&i. If you fail to do a,,. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint IH1NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 25th day of March. 1935. E. B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dadp County. Florida By R. II RICE. JR. n'ir. ult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 4,)-H-i:,-22 R B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, 1 'ade County, Florida fly M C GREEN, (ii I',. |. t seal) I puty Clerk |IY M. CAIN > for Plaintiff Flagler Street, Miami. Ilorlda rii-H >TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that iner.-iKned. desiring to engage in V. under the fictitious name of I'T RATH DRUG STORE, I ounty, Florida, intends to | NUM.. in, the Clerk of "i-cuit Court of Dade County, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 177923 DON MICHAEL OVERTON. JR.. Plaintiff BARBARA OVERTON, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. BARBARA OVERTON. S20 President Street. Brooklyn. New Tork, 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 ihe Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer oi Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 29. lr,:.. If you fall to do ao, judgment by default will be taken aghlnst you for the relief demand.-d In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED aj. Miami. Florida, this 2.".th day of March. 1 :•-",->. E B. LKATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By R. H. RICK. JR. (Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Clerk 4/1-S-K.--"-' 600 CORPORATION a Florida Corporation RT M. I.KHRMAN ZL,'" r I7,0 Corporation ££'", """d. Miami Beach .^COUNTY JUDQE-B COURT 5nl F0R DADE COUNTY. PDA IN PROBATE. No. 34734-B • r-sr-ATE OF %  *„?,W*BPON a/k/a n/i ; AI:IK>N JOHN OTICE TO CREDITORS '.rWltori and AU Persona Hav"" "i Demanda Against Said anil M and and of "f .Mi|'|\ "l late tach of you, are hereby rvqu^e e| | io present any demands which you, or '.V.v" 1 "*' hav against the 'HN P ItKARIXYN. etc., 1. '.'L" 1 1 County. Florida. '};•" KILVNK B. BOWLING. lue nf Dade County, and %  •' In his office In the '"house In Dade County. L ." '; lKn, calendar months •i te of the first publication -aid claims or demanda to „ demands to ." legal address „f th, claimr,.^!i, w ,r to and presented t the 1933 Probate Anrll .-, n KDWAItD^K As Kx i*:,r,. RKARIMiN. ecutor of the Last Will J0 "N P RKARDON. etc. N. m D^.^ ecu.?, 1 ; Kdw r luardon. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE-UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LEGAL NOTICE tends to register said name with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. b'El'ANSKY HKNRY NORT("N L Attorney for Applicant 1013 NcYl„,|,| 1,1,1,,. 4/1-1-15-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW .NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the underslened. desiring to engage in D U D n £SL.8, de r lh fictitious name of PARKOTKL SERVICE, at 249 N.K. •ird Street. Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I IMC County. Florida. LEDA, INc a Florida corporation By: s/ LOUIS WEISKNTHAJ, President Attest: s BERNARD FALK STANLEY JOEL LKVINK" K*P' Attorney for LEDA. INC 4/s ''-" %  '.;''.',! H "" 1 Miami Beach, Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign, ii, desiring; to engage In business under the fictitious name of MY-JO 8NACKERY, at 160 Glralda Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida. Intend to register said name with the <'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JQ8BPH POGEL 4/.8 .,r,-22 MYRA y "" Kl IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30384. B RE: ESTATE OP MEYER I. CLICK, also known as M. .1. GL1CK, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICK is hereby given thai w, have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrators of the estate of MEYER I. CLICK, also known as M. J. CLICK. deceased: and that on the 2nd dav of May. IMS. will apply to the Honorable W. F. ULANTON. County Judge of Bade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrators of the Batata of MEYER .1. CLICK, also known as If, J. CLICK, deceased. This 25th day of March, 1933. JACOB FLSHMAN BHIEL LESOWODER CHARLES LIPPOW CKOKGK CHKKTKOE Attorney for Administrators 607 Olympia Building, Miami J2, Fla. 4/1-S-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlBa (o engage in business under the Mititlous name of TERRY H ROYS RENDEVolS, ;, | .'.1 N.W. 79th Street. Miami. Florida, ntends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARSHALL l. LAMBERT (Soje Owner) HENRY VI CAIN Attorney for Applica Applicant 19 W. MngleT Sfie.-f, Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fi'-tltious name of SUN CITY MOTEL, at 17100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Honda. Intend to register the said name with the Clark of tbe Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. JOHN DICIOVANNA FRANK ABRAMS HARRY MERESMAN SCTRWART/. Z1NN ittorneys for Applicants ItM Ainslev Bldg., Miami, Florida 1/8-K.-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VI ',' thai the undersigneil, desiring to engage in tuslness under the fictitious name of DBCTONB co at :,-,:, s W, 12nd Avenue, Miami, b'lorlda, intends to register said name u ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, l-lorida. KLMOR SPECTOR MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney*, for Klmor Sfiector sr,0 Seybold Building, Miami. HorldH 4/1-16-a-jj LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GCLFSTREAM PRODUCE, at 2110 N.W. 13th Avenue, Miami. Intend t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. VINCENT PALAZZOLO GRAZIANO MACRO Partner* KURT WBLMW'II Attorney for Apiilicants< */l'-I-U-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RICH SALES, at 26 N.W. 3rd Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK RKICHMAN (SEAL) Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Owner 607 Olympia Building, Miami, Florida 3/25 — l/l-S-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175S81 JOEART CORPORATION, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff VBRNON E HCBKR and TERMPLAN FINANCING, INC., a corporation, Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: VBRNON i: HCBER 5097 Strathmore Drive Cincinnati 27. Ohio; and all persons known or unknown having or claiming any Interest In and to the following described lands, to-wit: IjOt 20. In Block 10. of ACME GCLFAIK, SECOND ADDITION, accordingto the Plat • • thereof, recorded In Plat Book 4, at Page ••, of the Public Record* of Dade County, FlorYOU'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint to Foreclose an Agreement for Deed" has been riled against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Pnlntlffs attorney. LEONARD E. TREI8TER. 1703 Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit on or before the 119th day of April. IMS, in default of which the allegations of said bill of complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2.>th day of March. IMa.. .-..,,, E B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit < ourt WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 4/1-8-13-22 LEGAL NOTICE The undersigned, Max Levin, does hereby give notice that on March 19th. IMC, he sold the business which he operated under the name of L & L MEN'S SHOP, at 128 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, and that he I* no longer ass,K-lated or in any way connected therewith and that he will not be responsible for any debt* or obligations assumed, contracted or incurred by or on behalf of said hu*iness or any party connected therewith as of and since the above mentioned date of sale. Dated at Miami. Florida, on March 23rd, 1933. MAN LEVIN HERMAN I. BRETAN Attorney for Max Levin 72 w. Flagler Street l/tt — 4/)-8-13 H illN DELANCETT, II Wlnona Avenue. Saiau... Lake, New' York. 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 Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GEORGE L. KNIGHT, ESQ., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of Hi.clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th day of April, 1955. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief %  demanded in the Bill of CompLiinl. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2Jth day of March, A.D. 1 5.-,. K. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Fkirida By JOAN COURNOYER, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff GEORGE L. KNIGHT. ESQ. 1001 Security Bldg., Miami 32, Florida 4/1-8-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 177712 PEP! SZIMILOWSKI. Plaintiff. JAN SZCMIU'WSKI. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JAN BZUMILOWSKI c L. Alem 140 Ban Nicolas. Province of Buenos Aires. Argentina 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 said Bill on the plaintiff's attornev, CERSHON S MILLER, 420 IJncoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.. U.S.A., and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 27th day of April. 1955. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th day of March. 1955. E B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, 11a. Bv R. H RICK. JR (Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/25 — 4'1-S-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 177412 JAMES BREWER. Plaintiff NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34746-A In Re: ESTATE OF HORACE C. KICHIIEIMKR. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of HORACE C RICHHEIMKR, deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of Bade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Hide county. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant to to he sworn' Io and presented as aforesaid, or same will Ii" iMirred. Date March 24th. A.D. 195,. ROBERT C RICHHEIMER H. RICHARD RICHHEIMER CHARLES W. STIBFEL. JR. As Co-Executoi s of the Last Will and Testament of HORACE O. RICHHEIMER. Deceased IIIWIN K. KOTT of Myers. Helman & Kaplan Attornev for co-executors 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY' CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or AMERICAN MOLDED PLASTICS COMPANY, at 3707 N.W. 49th St.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .1 It. lACLEN HORACE K. IH'RKK 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctlUoua MIJMM CYRRoIJ, AIR DISTRIBUTION PROD I'CTS. CARROLL COOLING INC AND HEATING, at 2606 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, intends to re*1ater aald iwme with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^ u KBNA M. CARROLL. Owner MORTON BKIGEL Altorney for Applicant | W. Flagler St. 4/8-15-22-29 v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairing to engage-In huetnes* under the fictitious name of BANKERS EQUITIES CO.. at 6200 N W .Sid Ave.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the (lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAY BLOOM IRV1N R. BCHINDLER SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Attorney tor Bankers Equltie* Co. 4/1-8-15-22 MARY BREWER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY BREWER I0M s w. l.'.th Street Miami. Florida YVui are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filL ed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to (he Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE A. O'BRIEN. 607 Olympia Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25th day of April, 19J.>. I you fail to do so. 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PAGE 131 JBPAjT A Pwn. 13. NE WS of the WEEK in REVIEW UWrTED STATCS iaw a*i—s war • Vatftas^&w' wnzei Janes atestaa. %  a iaJutTai Sa naa Cxsa; a i aOatsaes of ike •.. %  Mi bat cextaaafr H es •f tae 3few Tarfc Thar .• • :> : : -.; -.*• -••: ; %  -%  %  I '. %  sprJ H*e Sowt*r*s i i a n rr i d a apia %  % % %  ill I TW Dual 11 oa taw fcr the Sure Departateet reieasof that Weak pactaxe. the report the d iscov ery of a ffv I \-%  March cave way aha %  he and JCearaes. The Aaasri ta w Ja is i C — ym %  7 m Hal OB Tuesday eveaiB*. Apr 13 i win n irr of the bhrratioa of the -asp* b? AJbed troops, it -. A %  % %  • s* BTNJ fBe %  -. • S*oe*~ .%  ssar a raDy a Xew York's a a e a or at xa of the teata of the German eoBceatraby Dr Joachia Print on World Jewish Affair* A —*< n %  will be past of honor a the Third Seder' ul Coawaattee of Labor brae! to be held Sunday *)rf Astona Crafad PreBtenw, ConJevtsh Ca n wnwnr*v~ ... be the man topic ft aaaai aeeticj al Ha fbbbtaieal A aaa hty of Jfrorr". iroa*to 5 at Hijhiand Park I. A kaaaa a* the Calb-Morxeatptiaf Sabbath irnm the rurt—g Saaday Law. was te aad AswaaaMp of the '• rk Stav Legislator* Backed by bath %  >!.• .ci. parr;*passage of the Bill ISRAEL E*nor •oH>tH i dairy syndicated eeWmn was puMrthed in Hebrew *>*ral ZJOB.-T aaaj Haboker during her reveal r.ineHlay The Israel Government has cdered 15 faster-thaniovnd Mrtttrt H fif*rrer planes froai Like It," produced ;r. Hebr W rr-Tje--—.erged -coaoauc mat %  -.' -.• • ... / -cached aa agi e etatu t to arc oauaerru %  aval Bag R .c? of Israels tin Praan Srtakesoetro's "As Tow Kaau i reai Eaea that the highlight Israel woes i S oppia g: That Israel cat aest be judged by the crowd* e up-to-date shops and buying the Or. Weif;*** van Wersl. proBU%  aid reviaaaaal iimniaia. TwrVey and Lebanon rod uaorea .David Ben Curion. Jordaa that Israet would coal eye for an eye" in meeting tor. 91 n, i < | %  %  '.::.%  % %  -. jied to atari operauea a EUROPE The Pirat Conference cf Monwavernmentai Organizations associated itb the UN. now in session in Geneva, chose as hs aaan agenda item -adjeatK* of Prejudice and Dtscnaunatioa.' Aasong the speakthe opening aseetir.g sere Lr Ra.pn Hanrhf and Dr Nahum ArcKbithea Athenaooras, sptntoal leader of Ortho, aal '.IruaeadoaL reported ia Utaabai that crcanurd reiiciou> activity .-Jie Soviet L'BJOB was revmag rapidly, news from Berlin revealed tha East German charcb-stau relauoas haTe reached avnew crisis as a '. i BattaavbJc Caaaaaaaaal > I allfMgaa] aaaaaaaaj takin? place oa Saadays Ch arch ana coatend that the new civil ceremony is d ra in ed to replace the traditional confirmation ntes of the church Sir Anthony Eden aa ao a ac ed this week tha Britain plans to join the '%  h Iraqi defense treaty. London's part will be to supply British '-1 Leers aad aca to help train Iraqi air and ground forces PEOPLE Jefferson Caffery, former Ambassador to Egypt, told a Town Hall -die&ce last week that Egypt ~is an ont-aad-out dictatorship He tha it it "a constructive and well-meaning one." worid-famoBs physician and writer, ha? given his aapport to a new home founded near Wuppertai. Germany, for illegitimate children of IS Negro soldiers Pierre V*t "1111111. friend of Israel was honored by a group of 400 Jewish and Christian leaders at a special reception held at New York's Hotel Plaza la^t week The occarrarked his oXfth birtbda> Ahrahaat E. Eisonman habeen Pointed director of the Kaahnrth Division of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations ... Dr. Leo Beeck. rabbtatcal head m pre Hitler many and world leader of liberal Judaism, will discuss -The Jewi-h Personality at the first B'nai B"rith Institute of Judaism of 1955 to be 1 in Amsterdam. Holland, from Apr 22 to 25 Avraham Harman. popular Israeli Consul General of New York, ta returning to Israel in dtcr five years of service here. His last public appearance in America will take place on Saturday afternoon. Apr. 30. when he adreacs. the National Labor Zionist Assembly at ffcc Sheraton Astor hotel ew York added, boweser FlAGia RitOAi HOME JEWISH CPiTtK MAmri MOST aVABTJFM JOVfaa faWUAl NOMf 24-Nowr aaaa l aa n Sarvica Pheae 44414 27 W. FUCLtl STtEfT, MUM MfTCMEU JACOBT, wi J Chiidrer: wbo part>cpenecl ni the model Sader at Cora) riahi S*epac=y Anas. Martha Gcaca. Ckradsa Ai^ie. Robm Corenh-' =rc Schwarrx Nee! BnaaaL BBTaanai Aadxaa Lia. Tbomoi Leopold, a Michael I>crvid. Dor lane Myers. Gay Angel Richcrd Friend. L Debbie Bornstein a nd Stacy Hcrnstesn. Wan tha children an ( tor Irving Flobinaon. Babbt Morris Shop and Mrs. B. Fogel. instructor of tha pcmr.pating shown hare. 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lAY, APRIL 15, 1955 -Jenlsti Ihriii „ phwertz in Fifth rm as Hebrew fee Loan Head Equation of officers of the Mi-. Tr re e I-oan Association look here Highlighting '.the relotion as president of Isidore J, arfz to his fifth consecutive Lor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Giami Beach, and Mayor and [Abe AronoviU, of Miami, were L of honor at the function I in Congregation Beth El. Ihwartz, a local community tr t reported that 172 loans been processed since July, covering $18,200 in individual i He further stated that many y are now being processed by loan committee, "which will inie the outstanding amount of %  by several thousand dollars." iiwartz was praised by the | s of honor and Oscar Rappainstalling officer, "for a very nendable job in administering iffairs of the loan association." bbi S. T. Swirsky lauded Schfor "his untiring efforts on |f of the needy." ntor and Mrs. Fishel Lutman •tained with musical selecPAGE 5 A inciples Are His Ime Mover Even tile on Vacation nii Moscowitz has been spendIhe Passover holidays at the Bfront Sterling hotel. Here [his wife and daughter for the Imonth, he will remain in MiBeach until the end of April, pscowitz is the founder of the Carpet Company, which been in existence since 1902. fecame a wholesaler in 1925," ^plained easily last week, "but vork has never prevented me actively engaging in Jewish nunal affairs." is chairman of the board of ption of Temple Emanu-El in : and is also a member of the [lie's board of trustees. In adn. he has been an ardent supfcr of the Isaac Elchanan Yeand. in conjunction with his [recently led a carpet group in (mil Motcowffi York City, which gathered |e S25O.000 for the State of Isloscowitz has been no "simple Itioner" at the Sterling. On two Mions, he delivered Sabbath serps before worshippers in the hosynagogue. *>' first," explained, "I entitled Value of Spiritual Life' in ch I discussed the manifold asS of material as opposed to f'tual living. Moses, you know, Perhaps a prime example of synthesis of these two princiN it was the spiritual, Mos7 said, "out of which the ma' naturally grew to nurture I numan soul." fc, f cond sermon discussed •"bath Hagodol," the Sabbath eding Passover, and the mysti l.w We as religious significence [this special service. f". "i all, it has been a busy r'"' n for Emil Moscowitz. Away „ I s busines s in Passaic, he continued engaging in what he "L t0 b f th most fundamental Bon r man livi ng—the recogc; n ot Jewish spirituality as the "ne mover In Jewish existence. %  SST^n^S^ZT^^ ^ LOan S Cie,y ^ 8ea,ed "^ ^ Phil Berk Wi,Z P resident f Cong^qanshe^u^an td olTpf" H *' **"?* *"*"' Mtami BeQCh Ma ? r and %  Harold Sha P iro CanlOT !" d Mrs Mrs ScTwcitz 1 2^1! PPaPC ?' T t Cerem nieS S,andina from left • Mrs. Ida Ochs. corresponding secretary. ZV^lTJr^7TP T Mr K S B r 8,ein ,hild *" Pre8ident U ter financial secretary. Max Minlzer. treasurer. Max Rappaport, first vice president. Mrs. Bloch. second vice president, and Mrs. Kuntz. recording secretary. Revealed this week were plans for this Greater Miami pavilion to be added to the Hospital of Afula. Israel. Announcement was made at a third Seder Sunday evening in the Empress hotel, sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee here. Principal speaker was Col. Katriel P. Salmon, Military, Air and Naval Attache to the Israel Embassy in Washington. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro greeted the guest of honor. Dade County Guard of Honor of Jewish War Veterans presented colors. Other greetings were brought by Louis Segal, top Zionist leader. Harry Simonhorf. attorney and world traveler", and Rabbi Max Shapiro. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE.CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny ••FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee, ready to burst instantly into that famous OOOO-rO-THf-tASr-OROP flavorl A mooucT of wmtAi foo See how FLAVOR BUDS "COME TO UFI" in your cup! MAGNIFIED VIEW .howl how utterly different "Ha* %*%." are from old-ttyl* powder* and grinds. Thi omeling diicevory fr.m America's leodlr-g coff.* <*mp*ny i< already lh* nation's s*ra*st.*lting invent ceffnl THE INSTANT you odd hot wafer, miraclo "Haver studs" kartt — rUoting a Head af delicious, roest•r-fraoa MaxweH House flavor On* up of this rich, setisfying coffee and you'll ntvor again go beck tc old woyil Save* meney, teat Tha lerg* economy-sire jar •"•* up t* 75, compared la thro* pounds af greand ce*ee!



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(FRIDAY, APRIL I 5 1955 'Newman to be Installed Exalted Ruler; lAssociated With Elks Order Since 1923 yistnorktian PAGE 3 B Edward T. Newman will be in-, I stalled Exalted Ruler of Miami Beach Lodge 1601. Benevolent and protective Order of the Elks, on [Thursday evening. Apr. 14, a% the Klks Lod&c Hall on Alton rd. A [dinner for 100 person* wiflprpcede [the function. Long active in civic and comImunity interests, Newman is a [member of the American Legion, wish War Veterans, the Masons, gnai B'rith. Z.O.A., the Civic league, having served as its secretary and is a past president and Enember of the board of directors of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce and a past state vice president of the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce. Newman has been associated >ith the Riverside Memorial Chapel for the past 12 years, serving executive manager with Abe Eisenberg. His association with the Elks egan in 1923, whenhe was one of stars of the Frolics of 1923, produced by Atlantic City Elks dge 276 for the New Jersey State ;ik>i Betty Bacharach Crippled :hildren's Home in Longport, N.J. .Vewman was initiated into the Miami Beach Order on November 16, 1944, and has worked on many Committees since then. In addition, he has donated 21 pints of blood, nhich makes him the second highest donor to Miami Beach Lodge Blood Bank. Newman was appointed to the blood bank committee in 1948 and |ras made chairman in 1950. He ras then appointed Esquire by E. Edward C. Fogg m in 1952 and has served the Lodge in the chairs lince then. Seals Still Available It Miami Headquarters Residents and winter visitors Overlooked in the mailing of 1955 Easter Seals can receive their eals at a special depot established by the Easter Seal Society at 180 ME lift at, Mrs. Marshall S. Scott. Campaign chairman, announced Wednesday. Mrs. Scott urged all Dade County residents and visitors who have kot received their seals to call at Ihc depot and thus participate in the 22nd annual drive on behalf of ^rippled children. "It is inevitable that some persons may be missed in such a large-scale mailing as that made Ihis year," Mrs. Scott said, "We hot only urge residents to call for their Seals, but to use them on kach piece of Eastertime mail." The 1955 Easter Seal appeal is I'mconducted simultaneously in r he 48 States, District of Columbia, Vlaska. Hawaii and Puerto Rico by nore than 1,500 affiliated chapters f the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults. The active Miami area community worker was born in New York City in 1919. His family moved to Atlantic City the following year and in 1934 moved to Miami Beach, where he has resided ever since! Newman graduated from Miami Beach Senior High Sch6ol in 1937 and commenced serving an apprenticeship as embalmer shortly upon graduation. He graduated from the Renouard College of Embalming in 1944 and, as a licensed embalmer, commenced his apprenticeship as a funeral director. Newman was licensed by the State of Florida in 1945. During World War II,'Newman served in the U.S. Air Corps as a medical technician. An amusing claim to fame is that so many people mistake him for Steve Allen of television. Uwmri T. Ntwmaa Unger Named President Of Miami Beach Group Maurice Unger, manager of Three Sisters' Lincoln Road store, was unanimously elected president of the Retail Merchants Division of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, at a breakfast meeting of tbe division's b'dard'of directors in the Sea Gull hotel last week. The 1955 division directors also named Howard Clyne, Saks Fifth Avenue, and A. Goldman, Fu Manchu Restaurant, to serve as first and second vice presidents. Noting the opening of the State Legislature sessions in Tallahassee, retiring president Sam Knowle.s called on the Retail Merchants Directors to formulate a resolution to be directed to the Legislature to 1 rescind the inventory assessment tax. Canadians Raise $2,300 While on Vacation Here A group of members of the Jewish community of Toronto, Canada, who are also Miami Beach winter residents, have not forgotten their philanthropic e n d e avor during their annual vacations here. P. Adams, of 1337 North Venetian Way, is chairman of the Toronto fund raising committee for Moes Chittin, and his organization recently raised $2,300 in one evening, which will be sent to needy persons in Israel. The affair was at the Lincoln Manor restaurant, with North Shore Jewish Center spiritual leader Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz principal speaker. Members of the Toronto committee include Abe Silverberg, Max Rosen, Joseph Herman, M. Biernbaum, S. Citron, Julius Veil, W. Wise, A. Vladofsky, I. Goodman, H. Shoot and S. Steinberg. Community Center Plans Four Summer Day Camps Continued from Page 1 B or-are in charge of all swimmings activities. Transportation from home to camp and back, within certain distances, is available for those who require it. All campers are assigned to groups of their own age level, with 12 to 15 campers in each group. A Senior counselor of college age or older is in charge of each group nd is assisted by a junior counselor. Staff coordinator for the total Say camp operation is Emanuel r opp. assistant director. Leaders are Miami Branch. Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, chairman, Israel Silver, director; Beach Branch. Mrs. Joel Newman, chairman. Nisson Pearl. lirector; Flagler-Granada. Mrs. unce Dann and Mrs. Al Ziegler, co-chairmen. Harry Shamis, director; North Dade. Israel Waxman, [chairman, Leonard Roraney, director. \Miamian is Elected Joseph Garfield. 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Tf v APRIL 15, 1955 *te -JewlslirhrirHn* PAGE 11 A ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY L TH EMETH CONGREGATION [hold Friday evening services LS pm., wh Herbert BuchI officiating, assisted by the 1 c.ibiect of the sermon is Led s:"Bleings.Wj Have ged in Our Fir* Yesj&One* at will honor Mr. an^s. Al blliTH ISRAEL NORTHL C ENTER will hold Friday EL, services at 8:30 p.m.. dedib U the Sisterhood. PartiapatLui be the Mesdames Harry Lj Irving Zuckerman, William ijui, Theodore Pearlstein and iHalpern. Rabbi Abraham HerIwill officiate and preach on: le of the Woman in Syna. Life" Cantor Albert Glantz „nrier the musical portions of liturgy Oneg Shabbat will folISiturday morning services are 1a.m. Subject of the sermon is Huled as: "Triumph of Vir'Kiddush will follow. • TH JACOB CONGREGATION [hold Friday evening services 1:15 p.m. Saturday morning es are at 8:30 a.m., with Rab•juVa Chill officiating and bring oi? the topic: "Liberty fret No Loyalty." Cantor Aaron fcgarten will render the musiwrtions of the liturgy. Class almud is scheduled for 5r30 | followed by Mincha and Shajeudos. Daily services are at 7 |8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. • kuDATH ISRAEL HEBREW fiTUTE will hold Friday eve[senices at 6:45 .m. Saturday king sen ices are at 9 a.m. RabJaac Ever will officiate and fh on the Weekly Portion of aw. Daily service will be at 8 land 6:45 p.m. I IMPLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at •p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kroofficiating and preaching on topic: "The Fourth 'R'." An1 consecration of officers and tore will also be held. Saturnorning services are at 10:45 [Richard, son of Dr. and Mrs. ferd Roth, and Monte, son of Ind Mrs. Carl Greenberg, will ne Bar Mitzvah. Cantor SamKelemer will render the mus lortions of the liturgy. • TH ISRAEL CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening ces at 6:30 m. Saturday mornervices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Rottman, of Chicago, will fcate and discuss the Weekly pon of the Law. • • RAH TEMPLE will hold Fri[evening services at 6:45 p.m. rday morning services are at 9 with Rabbi Louis Cassel offing Cantor Joseph Salzman will er the musical portions of the tgy. • • ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will late Friday evening services f 15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Wernick [officiate, with Cantor Maurice aches rendering the musical tons of the liturgy. Subject of Vermon is scheduled as: "PrivN and Obligations." Oneg T>at will follow. Mr. and Mrs. nuel Smith will be hosts. Sat1 morning services are at 8:45, lid, son of Mr. and Mrs. HyFriedman, and Eric, son of [and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, \ become Bar Mitzvah. Junior are at 10 a.m. Daily serv[will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 • • • APLE SINAI of Hollywood !" 'd Friday evening services Li!!! P m Insta, l*tion officen [board members will take place. "• David Shapiro will officiate I Preach on the topic: "The Fu> Ours." Cantor Joseph Ma I *"1 render the musical porP of the liturgy, assisted by ;Kiir under the direction of • Mordechai Haalman. Oneg D pat will honor new officers board members. Sponsor will I Rothenberg in honor of T Rothenberg. Saturday mornservices are at 9. with Rabbi P discussing the Weekly "*">• Daily morning services are NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., honoring members of the P.T.A. Mrs. Irving Cohen will preside. Rabbi Henry Okolica will preach on the topic"What Has P.T.A. Done for Our Center?" cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir assisting under the direction of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Okolica will discuss: "Dietary Laws." Junior congregation services are at 11 a.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Uncleanliness of Man and Animal." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. • *. • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 9, with a class in Talmud preceding services at 8 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Levitan will officiate and preach on the topic: •Talmudic Conception of Slander." Candlelighting Time Nitan 23 — 6:22 p.m. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Henry M. Rath principal of Coral Gables Senior High School, will be guest speaker. Open forum will follow. Sisterhood will be hostesses at the Oneg bhabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blume 816 Paradiso, will be Bar Mitzvah and address the congregation ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiating and preaching on the topic: "Songs of Songs." Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Rev. Rudolph Brill will chant. • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will discuss: "How We Bring Judaism Up to Date." Saturday morning services are at 11. Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rifkin, will become Bar Mitzvah. Workmen's Circle to Mark Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami will hold a memorial meeting in honor of the 12th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising on Tuesday evening at 25 Washington ave. Special script has been prepared by Joseph DuritoV, secretary of the Workmen's Circle Southern District. Participating will be Jacob Fischman, Max Haskel, Louis and Hannah Lasavin, William Paskoff, David Rossi and Sam Snyder. Music will be by Mrs. Lillian Nelson. Steven Abbott will become Bar Mitzvah and discuss the Weekly Poj-tion. Class in advanced Bible is scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will be at 6, followed by Maariv. • • HIALEAH Ml AMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services a; 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating and preaching on the topic: "Demands of Our Time." Saturday morning services will be at 9:30. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Review of Our Dietary Laws." • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:25 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 in the morning and 6:30 in the evening, with Sunday morning services scheduled for 8. • • • CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Joseph Abramson and S. Cohen will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion of the Law. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and preaching on the topic: "Maimonides—Past and Present." 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)AY. APRIL 15, 1955 m POPULATION CXPtRT MAKES PREDICTION -Jewistincridian lerican Jewry Won't be Numerically Larger in 1970 LsHlNGTON—American Jew-, show that tho average size for Jew fc,i, ; ,l)lv will not be numeric** ish families is 3.1 or lesv In cort in 1970 th an* it %  is today trast to the U.S. avra J iltetBc gncfr"pUWMW(ii h*' JfcT Arsons per famlr/; ,' I ...4,1.1 Clanian, former director of the L of Jewish Population Rele noted demographer made trediction in an article appearIn the April issue of the Na| Jewish Monthly, published •nai B'rith. He points out that i 75 percent of the total AmerBewish population lives in 13 communities where the aver[anuly ^ize and birth rate are |cr than in rural areas. Acrig to Scligman, other factors thich his prediction is based in con-l J* or about T ', that AWbr-1 T^^^* die Sussman, soprano, jierly of New York, has rely settled in Miami Ch. For several years, she [ soloist at Temple EmanuNew York City. Mrs. feman has also successconducted children's rs and is continuing this at Temple Beth Sholom Jious school here. For her appearance in Miami, Sussman sang a group nddish and Hebrew songs ^e Jewish Music Festival Y Drive-in N [ Teller Window > the easy way i to bank! -J* # A. W.V|f/ "'<.'I MSVUNCC COPOIAtlCI \NK of MIAMI BEACH 37 WASHINGTON AVENUE ican Jews are generally older than their neighbors and have fewer I children. Seligman quotes Nathan Goldberg, another Jewish demographer, as asserting that the Jewish birth rate itself is declining. He says that i although an average of 2.2 children per family is required for the gen-1 eral population to renew itself, the average number of children per Jewish famiiy is "much fewer," and would have to be even larger j than 2.2. Losses from intermarriage and assimilation generally are also proportionately large. On the other hand, Seligman sees "some glimmer of hope" in the fact that the economic condition of Jews continues to improve,' contributing to the trend away from the big cities to suburban Two Local Meetings Will Memorialize Warsaw Ghetto Twelfth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto memorial will be observed by two community gatherings sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to an announcement by Harold Thurman, chairman of the adult education committee of the Bureau. The programs will feature a fulllength movie, "Border Street," portraying the heroism of the Jews of Warsaw, particularly the activity of the youth in that doomed city. "Border Street" has received wide acclaim in New York City, where it ra;i commercially for almost a year. Under the theme of "Lest We Forget," a Miami Beach gathering will be held at Northshore Jewish Center on Monday evening, Apr. 18, where Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will introduce the Memorial and film. In Miami, the meeting will be held at Beth David Congregation, on Tuesday, Apr. 19, where Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El, will be introductory speaker. community life, which is more fav ,orable to a lugher birth rate. "Certain other intangibles may also help," Seligman writes, "the urge to make up for wartime losses, as well as a heightened sense of self-awareness and a greater feeling of security." "Under the best of conditions," Seligman concludes, "the Jewish population in the U.S. 15 years from now would probably be no more than six million. This assumes that outright assimilation will not make the sharp inroads that everyone says it will, and that Jewish growth will follow the same pattern as general population growth. But since this is unlikely, the best prospects are for a future population somewhere between what we now have and an upper limit of six million Jews by 1970. The most probable situation, however, will be one in which we will just hold our own at present levels." Cardiac Chapter Elects Mrs. Glance President Mrs. Jess Glance was named president of the Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hosital, at a chapter meeting Tuesday in Melvin Cohen Hall. Other officers elected for 195556 include t h e Mesdames Philip Bendell, Sam Schulwolf, Henry J a c obson and Jess Spirer, vice _, presidents; MauMr.. Glance rice Weintraub recording secretary; Henry Shor, corresponding secretary. The Mesdames Norman Burger, financial secretary; Michael Blank, treasurer; Joseph Socolof, honorary chaplain; Herman Wronker, chaplain; and Jan Jacobs, auditor. The chapter will install the newly elected officers at a luncheon in the Columbus hotel May 17. PAGE 5 B Haber Gets Courtesy Award Melvin J. Haber has been named Courtesy Award winner of the Mi-^ ami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Leo Eisenstein, Courtesy Committee chairman, announced this week. 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