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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 29Number 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Bandung Hails Anti-Israel Stand;
Nehru Voices Moderate Protest
As Ex-Mufti Pledges New Fight'
The core of Israel's future are these young men, as they pause
momentarily from their aqricultural labors. On the eve of
Israel's seventh anniversary of indepandence Wednesday,
World Jewry paused with them to record the achievement of
the past and consider ever more fruitful prospect? for the
future.
BANDUNG (WNS)A resolution supporting the
anti-Israel position of the Arab states was approved
here by the political committee of the 29-nation
Asian-African conference in what appeared to be a
victory for Arab propagandists and the ex-Mufti of
Jerusalem, Nazi collaborator whose successful bc-
hind-the-scene manipulations at Bandung could con-
ceivably bring him back to open Arab leadership.
The ex-Mufti made his appearance in the ante-
room of the conference as Arab representatives were
slandering and vilifying Israel before the political
committee. The former intimate of Hitler, who
counselled the Nazis on extermination of Jewry,
appeared in typical raiment with a black brief case.
With a grin on beard, he told newsmen he had come
! "to fight my battle" and that he hoped to secure
permission to address the conference.
The political committee's resolution called for
the "implementation of ihc United Nations decisions
on Palestine and the achievements of the peaceful
settlement of the Palestine question." The resolu-
tion also pledged "support of the rights of the Arab
; people of Palestine" and referred to "the existing
tension in th.' Middle East caused by the situation
| and of the danger of that situation of world peace."
Voting for the resolution. Red China's Premier
Chou En-lai blamed foreigu intervention for the
situation in the Middle East, declaring that if it were
not for foreign intervention "the tragedy of the
Arabs of Palestine would not have taken place."
India's Premier Jawaharlal Nehru said the Israel-
Arab dispute demanded early settlement, but he
speculated how that could be achieved in face of
Arab refusal to negotiate. Nehru joined the rest of
the chorus against "aggressive" Zionism, but he
counselled remembrance of "the tragic suffering of
the Jews in World War II and the massacre of Jews
by Fascists and Nazis." India's leader simultaneously
noted that any conference resolution would lack
moral force since Israel's position was denied hear-
ing.
There was elation among Arab representatives
to the conference. They interpreted the resolution
as backing their advocacy of the internationalization
of Jerusalem, return o[ Arab refugees to Israel with
compensation and cession by Israel of disputed bor-
der areas. Privately they boasted the victory not only
;. ;i potent propaganda weapon again-t Israel but
against Israel's friends in the c-uncils of the nation*.

Mrs. Moise S. Cahn, of New Orleans, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, seen
laughing with President Eisenhower after a breakfast meeting last week. The picture was
taken outside the Sulgrave Club in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Cahn was the only Jewish leader
in a group of 20 women present for an exchange of views with the President.
JEWISH WOMEN'S LEADER APPEALS TO PRESIDENT EISENHOWER
ASTONISHMENT, PROFOUND REGRET SHARETT
Offer Six-Pomi Program as Reply
To Asia-Africa Confab Resolution;
Challenges Arab Desire for Peace
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Israel took issue here with the rc-o-
Iution on Palestine adopted last week at the Asian-African conference
at Bandung. Indonesia, which supported the Arab views on implemen-
tation of United Nations decisions in reference to Palestine.
(Israel Premier Moshe Sharett, in a message sent to the Bandung
conference, has protested the adoption by its political committee of the
anti-Israel resolution. His message expressed the Israel Governments
"astonishment and profound regret" over the action. In view of Israel's
exclusion from the parley, Mr. Sharett was astonished that the bodv
had "deemed it fair and expedient" to discuss and resolve "upon issues
vitally affecting Israel's future and her relations with neighboring
states.") -
Without making any direct reference to the Bandung resolution, a
statement issued here by a spokesman of the Israel delegation said that
if the Arab governments really supported United Nations policies on
! Israel they would support the following decisions, among others:
"1. Recognition of the State of Israel as constituted on May 11,
1949 as a peace-loving state endowed with full sovereignty and integrity
under the United Nations Charter. This would mean that Israel has the
same right as any other sovereign state to fix its attitude to Assembly
recommendations, especially those which Arab states have themselves
opposed by force.
"2. Renunciation of any Doctrine of a "state of war" or belliger-
ency; and especially the abolition of Egyptian blockade measures (Secur-
ity Council resolution. September 1, 1951).
"3. Readiness to extend the Armistice Agreements by negotiation
into final settlements, without reference to the original partition recom-
mendation (General Assembly resolution, December 11, 1948).
"4. Acceptance of the present boundaries of Israel and the Arab
states as laid down in the Armistice Agreements together with all other
provisions of those agreements ex-
Mrs. Cahn Charges McCarran Act Brings Unfavorable Criticism to U.S.
WASHINGTON Mrs. Moise S.; Mrs. Cahn, who was the only
Cahn, of New Orleans, president of Jewish leader in the group, pointed
'he National Council of Jewish i out that the late Prof. Albert Ein-
Women, appealed to President stein was "the number one refugee
Dwight D. Eisenhower at a break-1 to Americabut it is quite possi-
fast meeting last week to make spe-1 ble that he would not be admitted
cific recommendations to Con- to our country if he had to apply
Kress for revision of the McCarran-
Walter immigration law during the
present session. The breakfast was
arranged by Miss Bertha Adkins,
chairman of the Women's Division
"f the Republican National Com-
mittee, to enable an exchange of
between the President and
20 women leaders.
today." She also declared that in
countries of t h e world where
America needs favorable public
opinion, the McCarran-Walter Law
creates hostility.
Referring to the experience of
the National Council of Jewish
Women in its long-standing pro-
cept in so far as they are changed
by consent (Security Council reso-
lutions of November 16, 1948 and
August 11. 1949).
"5. Reintegration of Arab refu-
gees into the economies of their
gram of services to the foreign non-partisan organizations as well host countries pending a final set-
born, Mrs. Cahn urged "immediate as state Republican organizations, i tiement (General Assembly resolu-
and basic revisions" in the McCar-
ran-Walter Law to "increase the
total immigration quota and give
consideration to the pressing needs
of refugees and displaced per-
sons"; "eliminate racial and relig-
ious discrimination in the distribu-
tion of the quota"; and "give per-
sons of foreign birth who are in
America equal protection under
the law with the native born."
Women leaders present at the
breakfast represented civic and
Other non-partisan groups whose
leaders were in attendance are the
New~York State Federation of La-
lion. December 2, 1950).
"6. Acknowledgment of the his-
toric fact that the Arab decision
bor, League of Women Voters, to Iaunt.h hos,ililies agains( Israe,
General Federation of Women s created a threat to international
iness and Professional Women's
Clubs and the National Association
of Colored Women.
Clubs, National Federation of Bus-, <,, and securily (Security Coun-
' eil resolution, July 15, 1948).
"If the position of Arab govern-
] ments is that they endorse both the
Among the 20 women present: armistice resolutions and the en-
were two Federal officials, Mrs. : tirely different 1947 settlement
Ruth Shiply, chief of the Passport jwnicn ,hev destroyed by force, then
Division of the State Department. Continued on Pag* 5 A


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Other officers to be installed are
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treasurer: Bernard Catz.
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Barr] Kesaasan. titaiin. Je.-r>
Kramer, secretary: Phil Sehoiman.
rnrrupwnding secretary
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Cohen. Michael Corliss and David
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Firms, dabs, mdrridaals or
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In commemoration of the seventh anniversary of Israel's
establishment, the Greater Miami Zionist Council Wednesday
distributed free cornflowers among Miami Beach pedestrians.
Maurice Survis. Council chairman, is shown receiving his
flower from June Moskowitz (left) and Doreen Farber. Dave
Goodwin was in charge of arrangements. Before leaving for
Israel, Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro officially pro-
claimed Apr. 27 as "Israel Independence Day."
Zionists Plan Unusual Program Sunday
To Mark Israel's Seventh Anniversary
North Shore Zionist District in leader of Kncseth Israel Congrega-
conjunction with the Stephen S., tion. He will deliver the keynote
Wise Chapter of Hadassah will i address of the program. Rabbi Kap-
hold an unusual program at their | Ian, whose first pulpit was here in
Israel Independence Day meeting j Miami at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation in 1931, was the
first chairman of the Long Island
Burnett Roth
Sunday night. May 1, at the North '
Shore Jewish Center.
According to Sheldon Lelchuk,
president of the North Shore Zion-
ist District, a "Living Magaine"
program, modeled after the orig-
inal one presented at Rollins Uni-
versity every year, dealing only
with the past seven years of Israel's
Independence, will be presented.
Lelchuk will act as "publisher" of
the "magazine." Mrs. Hyman Pass,
noted vocalist and one of the
American members of the Interna-
tional Choral Festival who toured
Israel for several weeks perform-
ing in all the major cities and who
also appeared as soloist during
their first program held atop
Mount Zion, will present the "mus-
iral page." She will be accompa-
nied by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern at
the piano.
Mrs. Pass will render modern
musical selections from Israel. Miss
T a m a r a Mamches, active youth
leader and Israel dance instructor,
will present the "Youth Page,"
which will feature Israel folk
dances. Miss Mamches will be as-
sisted by the Young Judaea Dance
group.
Editor of the "Magazine" will be
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual
Zionist Youth Commission. He was
also president of the Long Island
Regional Rabbinical Council of
America and vice president of the
New York Board of Rabbis, which
group includes over 800 rabbis.
Rabbi Kaplan is a graduate of-
Yeshiva University, and for 16
years was the spiritual leader of
Temple Beth El in Astoria, Long
Island.
"Travel Page" will be presented
by George Kronengold, of the Kro-
nengold Travel Agency. Kronen-
gold, who has recently returned
from Israel, is vice president of the
District.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
ual leader of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center, a vice president of the
District and formerly from Israel,
will edit the "News Page," at which
time he will discuss current hap-
penings in Israel.
Golden Agers to Celebrate
The Beach Branch Golden Age
Friendship Club will hold a special
meeting to celebrate Israel Inde-
pendence Day on Sunday after-
noon. May 1.
listen to
SIMON SEIDE.4S JEWISH FORUM OF THE AIR
SUNDAY. MftY ^* AT 10:30 AM.
VIA RADIO STATION WMIE
Celebration off
Israel's 7th
Anniversary
Independence
Day
with a
Special musical Presentation
"BUDD AND BLOSSOM"
RABBI
SAMUEL SIEGEL
OF CHICAGO
....$*.. Will Officiate
Law. Roth is a former president
of B'nai B'rilh, and is at present
chairman of the board of the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith and the Zi-
onist Organiatzion of America. He
has been a ineuiDei of the execu-
tive board of the Anti-Defamation
League for 20 years, and is first
vice president of the United Cere-
bral Palsy Association.
Roth served as a master sergeant
in World War II and has been
State Commander of the Jewish
War Veterans. He has been active
in the Red Cross, Community Chest
and received a plaque recently
from the Optimist Club for his
service to the youth of Miami
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Roth Will Run for Reelection to Beach
City Council, Points to Past Record
Over 1,000 supporters and vol
unteer workers were present when
Councilman Burnett Roth formally
announced he had qualified with
the Miami Beach City Clerk for
reelection.
Announcement was made at a
"kickoff" held for friends and
workers at Copa City Tuesday. "I
intend to continue being guided
by what is best for the people who
live, work ;>nd invest their life
savings in the future of Miami
Rearji r~th said.
"I have been criticized in the
past, and may possibly be criti-
cized in the future, but I am not
afraid, for I intend to vote for those
measures which will do most of the
people in our city the greatest
good."
Roth is completing his sixth year
in the Council. He has lived in
Florida all of his life, having at-
tended public schools in Orlando
and graduated from the University
of Florida. He has practiced law in
the Greater Miami area since 1935.
"My candidacy will be a chal-
lenge to those who seek to stop the
growth of our city. I will try to
make the City of Miami Beach the
most modern and forward-looking
city in the country. To this aim,
I dedicate all my energies, and I
ask the support of all those who
want a better government and a
better place in which to live."
Roth said that he will continue
to work for the establishment of a
nursery school for children of
working mothers; for the develop-
ment of the 4'i-acre tract at Gov-
ernment Cut. recently leased by
the City from the U.S. Army Engi-
neers, on which tract he wants to
sec constructed a botanical garden,
a miniature or children's zoo and
picnic grounds. His platform in-
cludes the pursuance of a program
to secure a nine-hole golf course,
the construction of a new conven-
tion hall to house large conventions
and a demand for expansion of
public school facilities on Miami
Beach.
He pointed out the importance of
an expanded advertising program
to benefit apartment house owners
as well as hotels and other busi-
nessmen.
Roth pointed to a record on the
council which includes his assist-
ance in the spearheading of the
elimination of the slum area at
Smith Cottages and the develop-
ment of the public housing pro-
ject located on that site. He was
among those who led in the expan-
sion of the recreational program
for Miami Beach for all age groups,
which resulted in the opening of
the Community Center at 21st st.
and the initiation of recerational fa-
cilities at 10th st. and South Shore
Park. He aided in the planning
and building of the Miami Beach
fishing pier and is urging extension
of the pier for an additional 300
feet.
Roth says he also supported the
1 Flamingo Park swimming pool, and
: initiated a track filled in Flamingo
I Park, for which he received a
plaque from the Miami Beach High
School; he sparked the pool now
: being constructed on Normandy
| Isle and was instrumental in the
i construction of the new golf club-
house at Ba.vs.hore Golf Course. In
I the area of parks and beaches, Roth
i says he pressed for the purchase
jby the city of oceanfront property
to be used as parks, at 64th st and
;80th st., and has co-sponsored the
! purchase of other public houses.
[He says he has consistently voted
against all bulkhead permits, be-
lieving, as he states, that "such
permits confiscate beach property
belonging to the people."
He has sparked an expanded pro-
gram of park facilities. Roth has
j been a member of the off-street
I parking committee and has assisted
in planning the off-street parking
! program of Miami Beach. He has
'supported the White Way lighting
'system, street widening program,
I street paving and sidewalk im-
provements, and the beautification
of Washington ave.. Pine Tree dr.
'and other highways.
I Councilman Roth intrdouced a
' Fair Trade Fractice Law which he
' prepared, and which was adopted
!by the Council, as well as a Fic-
titious Going Out of Business Sales
Citizens' Committee to Survey
Local Welfare Agencies
Appointment of a citizens' com-
mittee to survey public and private
welfare agencies giving family and
child care w a s announced last
week by Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
president of the Welfare Planning
Council.
The survey will take at least a
year to complete, Dr. Williams said.
It will determine how well some 19
agencies in the field are doing
their job. It will strive to eliminate
duplicating agencies and services
and pin down responsibility for
specific activities.
Mrs. Hollis Rinehart is chairman
of the study group, and Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, vice chairman.
Agencies whose programs will be
surveyed include the Red Cross,
American Children's Home, Cath-
olic Charities Bureau, Children's
Home Society. Student Welfare and
Attendance Bureau of the Board of
Public Instruction, Child Guidance
Clinic, Dade County Children's
Home, Public Welfare Department
and Medical Social Service Depart-
ment, Family Service, District Wel-
fare Board and Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau.
Axlrod Will Speak
Leo Axlrod will be guest speaker
at a luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith on Tues-
day noon, May 3, at the DiLido ho-
tel. Axlrod will discuss "Employ-
ment of the Physically Handicap-
ped."
Beach. He has also received an
award for his service to handicap-
ped persons and is vice president
of tne Hibiscus-Palm-Star Island
Home Owners Association. Roth
has just completed his term as gen-
eral chairman for the Combined
Jewish Appeal on Miami Beach.
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tha the haghest nhbre af braei reare-
tbat tarJtly accept L\S a VH jibniii-i wahaat
U resataoa to Eat aad Vest are a case
faactaas a tha reajard by earn the --;
at
Mracps zzan zz. z=.~.-.z :; ej* -ji* ~-je
r^odaraidoofaaaoryawiucJrypcn*^ ldtr7 2r I^e^ w- =e z^ e=ergcg
There Jarre been, and "n*r to be. (W fo- nxaagrrr L: z_s erea ~*^r-y was a prereqtu-
'mm.r.ncl zzizx* of Mr. Bocaereh oad ss rVea- *>to for ha ronarrr,- drrre xrword atiiniiii ay". ^^J .
oancrj. Taw more moderate axnooc -Jiec: ie- Tha s fbe aaaoc to be >ecn:ed from ha hae. Bi ilawiilj
i,-.r -.j zrx^^.-zcz. hj aba ze^ ;rr. -z^e> i.J |
"creepy Aaahcom anriafiain" They abject
c zi .-;> _- zxttsjz rcewrec -yz-mzz^.^
ertereacw _~ BBsasjie, ayfajsai *t -^ z,tz-
toriaf' inrtinotkna. to ha qraacbaae rew of
--z"-**j aa Haarxroz :"--..-___
One caa hozdrf rraada ail cracad body
alec taking iato orrraa fbe *nrHd
of ha aence. tha biooa. da hotomoo-
gera fbe indagenoua Asaricoa Faacaa who.
uzwaii^d zoaethatoaa howe roibad arotaad toe
czA honest nppoiauai of the Rooeevett
:;
tafj Db
";'- a was c aesaa (be world wiS not
-;:rr::: ha I bVac t_-e : ::* j^_= _r
inevitably be recazdec as a asere excuse tor
- "~ -_-::e 'c ::zjeTe _-
*c-
Be that as it may, oat >*He
*w>ong many, a nmionai cbarortoristjc'af oars
at the urge to sum op." to evaitaoie the shallow
past, to predict fbe vast future. In due regard,
we are -nrfmod to examine- Mr. Roosevelt "r^-e
moreonly ten years aitor his death. We are.
as weil. ever mitip| of Mr Rooarveks own
has peiauoui doatiay in the American totnorrow.
Perhaps the recant narmibnaoi to oar Con-
*rtntion. tha proeaiun which raaaicto the Presi-
dency to two terms, is on indication of Mr.
*M*b*mm tola in our hatory-^tbe am-
lexadar. the imaaiiul Chief Executive,
rugged individualism will probably not
be brought to the White House aoam. Perhaps
fbe recant publication of the Ycdka Papers, by
which there aras the effort to KigKlwj^ Mr
Roosevelt s "fciihiie" m fc^rryn rekznons. a
oaotba indication of this future rolethe sym-
bol of secret diplomacy gone awry.
Perhaps his not-to-be-fergotten conbibuuun
to our national scene rreisotntos ya a third role
by which Mr. Rooeevek in death may. in the
final analysis, occompneh the heroic destiny
which he set about forging even during his kte-
Jbn. One thing is certainton years can hard-
ly toll the story.
new of ate
THE StOMIFKAMCS of the
aad Far East have
aereace to ana
; to
-estreatly eetsaaafied by the
arsei was aot aided to
a The Jewish State s akw.
baa aadacl
nag the way there fa So*
ho fought Choe Ea-lai's eftert
atcr for Bed ataVnCaa at the
AlIOT EINSTEIN 1179-1955
ttbstt'mn Scieafisf
with other Xea and Fa E- -a
by the sesptetoa of the Westera warid a
""y fabliik To Chea Ea-toi. Burma > t N- i
sssshte wnh the United Stales. Bntaa aad Fraace aad c' s-
I A, such he is a oapnnag syabol to the ihaiaiBw cry of
r A-:i_-_
a area of the globe. Nehra ha aa achieved a eeaues of trad.
' .'",IT ** ** believe a co-existeace. bnaea he has
bee of U5. feteaga sebcy. he is regarded a < i^ i .
j^*Prea a best peats ban a tha gatoe of a feace^trac-ler
totoatoaast la as worst nwei ad there hare beer. : " ** the I*** ye*"oar State Deeertaea has r*:*-
aa tor these reasoas. thus i
* ^etbehss. a wss N
^JH*? **-."?e*<1 <-*ddler. he recogaues that J
~fieataoa wnh the West would reduce badu to btuTat du- *
!* r*^^0**^_***! fhrtataa with the East cbaUeages Chaaa's otbea
Xehra coafuct with Choe Ea-lai a Baadaag'^aTsaaaeftaaeaas? pre>
aTtaJ^v*J??"'-''" "^ the Fa East and eaadeaadad farther
-T*L "*"?" ?yy.* "**** Prodaet of DM procedure. Lake Israel, his
rTS!?1 *? ^** hMm rt"** *"d revised, protected aad seeaaf-
~SJ^ .1-^ *tojahed by o aeighbers aad suspected uj the
"atofa a the Baj Three. Israel, to even the score, fads ttsetf a a
r*r^L.n,,,',,l,! baataaa. Ba Nehru and has people have doeowed
l-LT!2 r^TL f**** DM grace and goag their ewa way.
aad a. leaders ho*. ^ As I ace a. the aaswa aaa set be-
i rather a aaakag aae s self vato-
_ tha value a the enaaa af ade-
i \Lzr2_ T- **^ acapneaceace to atetaatiatl
te two ceafuct Tbas the Jewish State ba oaly
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Beach Publicity Department
A certificate for "outstandingac-
complishment" was awarded Fri-
day to the Miami Beach city pub-
licity and public relations depart-
ment by the American Public Rela-
tions Association.
Announcement of the award was
marie ;it the association's eleventh
annual convention in Philadelphia.
Official notification was for-
trt
PAGE 5 A
Accorded Top Award
warded to Hank Meyer, director of
publicity and public relations for
the city.
Meyer's department has won sev-
eral top awards in the past. Re-
cently it was given the top achieve-
ment award of the Mid-West Travel
Writers Association, composed of
most of the leading travel editors
in the Middle West.
Israel Offers Six-Point
Program to Arab Nations
Continued from Pag* 1 A
they are in favor of Jordan and
Egypt withdrawing to their pre-
1948 boundaries and establishing
the non-Israeli areas of Palestine
as a separate unit in economic un-
ion with Israel," the Israel state-
ment emphasized.
"If the Arab states do not en-
dorse all these ideas, their talk
I about UN resolutions is completely
I idle," the Israel spokesman pointed
lout in his statement. "It is mere
'exploitation ol the name of a peace
organization for purposes of hos-
tilities. The United Nations Char-
1 ter gives Israel an overriding right
ito preserve its sovereignty, its
present territorial integrity and its
unqualified capacity to decide who
shall and who shall not enter its
gates."
CPA Moves Offices
Alfred Finkelstein, certified pub-
lic accountant, announces the re-
moval of his offices to 1750 SW
3rd ave., Miami.

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PAUL I A
iroch, Smith Named for Hospital Program
y by Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the hospital's building committee. To be located on ten-acre Collins
1 immediately adjoining the present Mount Sinai Hospital, work on the new building is scheduled to
nderway next year, Ruskin said.
jskin, who also heads the Mount Sinai Hospital development fund, which will raise the necessary con-
Jtion money, said that the new hospital will be a joint project of the Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater
L and the Greater Miami Jew- -
federation.
,ilh and Korach. with offices
jl Lincoln rd., have spent al-
six years studying the hos-
Ineed-' peculiar to Miami Beach
have been engaged in active
ainary planning of the propos-
tucture for over a year, Ruskin
Bed,
|st hand knowledge of the hos-
facilities was obtained over
fears that Smith and Korach
architects in remodeling
pre.'-ent hospital building and
(tailing up-to-date laboratories
>ther services in the renovated
ling.
ur major problems," Smith re-
havc been in designing a
lure that will lend itself to
land site, that will provide
naximum in efficiency and
jmy and that will not look
institution but will blend
the tropical background and
phere ot Miami Beach."
u;d details are being with-
until given final approval by
Hospital and Federation's
of trustees, probably within
ext two weeks. Ruskin said.
it h. member of the American
me of Architects, is rated as
a junior and senior architect
hi National Council of Archi-
Registration Boards and has
active in the local architect ur-
d since 1938. Both he and his
r. Korach, are graduates of
it. Reserve University and
lives of Cleveland, O. Korach i,
smith in Miami Beach, and Three Center Branches to Take To Discuss Yehuda Halevy
the men formed a partner- Paft ; Jpfj||g ffo/|C$
Council of Jewish Women
To Install Officers May 4
"Council Installs Under the Big
Top" will be the theme of Greater
Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, combined installa-
tion luncheon at the Algiers hotel
Wednesday noon, May 4.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, newly
elected national vice president,
will install officers and boards of
Section, Miami and Miami Beach
Divisions.
Highlight will be the appearance
of the White Brothers singing
team, according to Mrs. David P.
Catsman, chairman of the day.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs. Leonard
Greenblatt and Mrs. Saul Herman,
Miami Beach.
Beach Branch Outdoor Club
Names Weinstein President
Outdoor Club of the Beach
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, elected offi-
cers last week for the forthcoming
year, and they are as follows:
Bob Weinstein, president; Sheila
Toby, vice president; Donna Sher-
man, recording secretary; Marvin
Gross, treasure; Abbey Dramon,
corresponding secretary; Earl Ziss-
man, sergeant-at-arms; Sally Jo
Rossman, publicity chairman; Dick
Gomberg and Sidney Goldman, so-
cial committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder, of 8909 Irving ave., Surfside,
shown prior to their departure last week on a four-month tour
of Israel. The Lesowoders are active in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Histadrut Committee here. Mr. Les-
owder is president of the local YIVO.
Iniliar landmarks designed by
and Korach include the Ab-
pVmorial Building, the new ad-
to Temple Israel, a new
dormitory under construe-
|iit the University of.Florida,
BT fraternity house which will
be constructed at the Univer-
Df Miami and the Baron de
Meyer Building for Corn-
Its Servian.
Names Mrs. Sirkin
tonal Board Member
Milton Sirkin, Greater Mi-
civic leader, has been elected
he board ef directors of the
onal Jewish Welfare Board at
annual directors' meeting held
lew York. JWB is the govern-
Itauthorized agency for meet-
Ithe religious, welfare and mor-
1 needs of Jewish personnel in
armed forces and the national
nation of more than 350 Jew-
Community Centers and YM-
HAs,
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center will hold its annual
spring frolics dance on Saturday
night. May 7, at the Town Branch.
The Town, Beach and Flagler
Granada Jewish Community Center
Branches will also participate.
Chairman is Bernard Weksler,
with Stuart Winston assisting as
ticket chairmen. Members of the
committee are Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross,
Mrs. Bernard Weksler, Mrs. Stuart
Winston, Mrs. Arnold Spivack, Mrs.
Al Daniels, Irving Lax, Henry Gar-
ison, Leon Kaplan, Leon Epstein,
Lou Stein, Hyman Kam and Lou
Bush.
Unanimously Elected to Post
Mrs. I. Fendell, of 62 NW 19th
ave., was this week unanimously
elected treasurer of the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Free Loan Society to
succeed the late I. L. Mintzer, who
passed away recently.
THE THEATER GUILD OF THE CORAL GABLES CENTER
"Yehuda Halevy, Poet of Zion"
will be the topic of A. J. Gittelson,
featured speaker at the next meet-
ing of the Hapoel Hamizrachi of
Greater Miami. Saturday evening,
Apr. 30, at Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation. Gittelson is principal of the
North Shore Jewish Center Hebrew
School.
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Emanu-EI Men
Slate Boxing Match
Proceeds for Club
A boxing match for the benefit
of the Men's Club of Temple
Emanu-EI Tuesday night at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium will match
two of the nation's leading welter-
weights, Andy Mayfield and Gus
Rubicini.
They will meet in a 12-round re-
turn bout, after their first contest
was reported as one of the out-
standing promotions by Chris Dun-
dee in the past four years.
Allen Goldberg, president of the
Men's Club, reported that proceeds
from the match will be used for air
conditioning the children's audi-
torium at the temple.
There will be no increase in the
established prices at the Beach au-
ditorium, considered one of the na-
tion's most outstanding boxing
clubs.
A well-matched supporting card
has been arranged by Dundee, who
is a member of the Men's Club.
Tickets are on sale at the Temple
Emanu-EI office.
All members of the Men's Club
are aiding in the sale of the tickets.
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Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
\pi. 16, at the Synagogue of
he Hebrew Institute of Uni-
rersity Heights in the Bronx,
NY. He is a member of this
June's first graduating class
Rabbi Simon Kramer's
iba Hebrew Academy, the
all-day Yeshivah conducted
the Institute. The son of
and Mrs. Julian Bass, he
the grandson of Rev. and
'Irs. Joseph'Kranti, of Miami,
land Mrs. Minnie Bass, of the
Bronx.
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Registration
Mine Saturday
Ly. \pr 30, is the last day
|e'r for the Miami Beach
Lv clerks office, 1130
|oii ave., will remain open
and Friday evenings and
[Saturday for last minute
|on>. Trie deputy office at
Shore branch of the Mi-
[h Federal Bank, 301 71st
Jeen <>pen week-days and
Lpcn Thursday and Friday
Ro 5. Transportation for
Viing it to register can be
by Mrs. Erwin Karson,
ervice chairman of the
lee ballots will be avail-
( ity Clerk's office only
[May 16 and May 27 for
lary. which will be held
|l. and between June 1 and
&r the run-off, which will
on June 7.
fcred voters in the armed
nay have ballots mailed to
he ballot for freeholders,
fill appear on a separate
Tpaprr rather than at the
achines at the polls, may
absentee between the
May 23 and June 7.
branch Sponsors
tkey Contest
gc disc jockey contest is
Is way. Sunday mornings
m. over station WAHR,
at teen ager acts as the
fey of the week.
|keys arc chosen from the
;e groups sponsored by
Branch, Greater Miami
immunity Center. At the
I fourteen week series,
ding disc jockey will be
Ing teen agers are Jack
Jew tone; Lloyd Mendow,
)ave Helfman, Mu Sig;
imble, Chayim; Ronnie
Satans; Bob Duke, Re-
bara Brotman, A.B.L.;
vn. Emanons; Janet Mo-
la Tau.
Garner, Amicus; Harold
lanccllors; and addition-
trs not yet chosen from
[Sabers and Sigma
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the^blesS^crf*. iwt, ,da~Rbbi Robert Bergman of Cincinnati, O.. an emissary of the Jewish Welfare Board, intones
commemorate .?f^SS wme, dun"a ,he >" Passover Seder at this Northeast Air Command base. Helping him to
losTh ChS hC Y0i tv *ZZ! EqynpUan bondaae are (left to ri9h,): Anny Pic" EPhram Collins' Miami; Naval Ensign
man Fit Hn?S 1MBU^SSP C18S Bany SUckler' Bos,on; Pfc' ^^ Rohrlick' New York City; Rabbi Bergman; Air-
keTosie N Y anHfitrKle,%McKeesport Pa.; and Airman First Class Sidney Lavine. Trenton. N.J.; Maj. Irvin Kent. Pough-
iceepsie, N.Y., and Pfc. Gerry Silverbrand. New York City.
Mrs. Aaron Farr.
For educational and religious in-
Budget Head Lists Committees
budget being EeTopTdTy *^ ^ ^ ^ ",d
members of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation budget commit-
tee, according to Dr. Morris Good-
man, chairman.
Members of the committee will
meet regularly on Mondays and
Thursdays a', the Federation office
for the purpose of conducting
hearings requested by agencies re-
garding their specific annual needs
and allocations by Federation.
The sub-committee on service
and cultural agencies met Thurs-
day, at which time representatives
of three agencies were on hand to
participate in hearings. These in-
' eluded American Jewish Historical
j Society, Yiddish Scientific Institute
and Histadruth Ivrith.
Dr. Goodman announced that the
following community leaders have
accepted appointments to serve on
budget committee hearings: For
service and cultural institutions
and the Jewish Home for the
Aged: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Leon
Ell, Morris Honigbaum, Arnold
Seeder, Nat Winokur and Isidore
Simkowitz.
For defense agencies and the
Greater Miami .Jewish .Community
Center: Dr. Melvin Becker, Alvin
Cassell, Lou Goldman, Sam Pros-
terman and Julian Weinkle.
For Israeli institutions and agen-
cies and the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation in Miami: Sidney Aronovitz.
UII'IJUI II
Liberman Mokes Vaccine Available to Beach Hospitals
Mt. Sinai and St. Francis Hospi- dren of needy Beach families.
tal officials last week revealed they
would accept a total of $10,000
stitutions, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jew- \ from Miami Beach Councilman
ish Social Service Bureau and Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women:
Mrs. David Bass, Daniel M. Broad,
Dr. David Kirsh, Fred K. Shochet
and Jack Toppell.
Zamora Women
Plan Affairs
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter will have a donor luncheon at
the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Wed-
nesday, May 4. Fashion show will
be presented by Jeanette Neustadt,
of Style Guide Fashion, Coral
Gables.
The show will be narrated by
president Mrs.- William Locke.
Models will be sisterhood mem-
bers. Chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs. Harry Fishman, and co-chair-
man is Mrs. Nat Goldy. Chairman of
the donor is Mrs. Joseph Neiman.
Sisterhood will have installation
of officers on Wednesday evening,
May 11, at the Center. Mrs. Henry
Wernick, president of the South-
eastern Branch, National Women's
League, will install officers. Chair-
man is Mrs. Sidney Fertig.
www i nw^w^w
Marcie Liberman to provide free
Salk vaccine inoculations for chil-
Samuel Gertner, president of Mt.
Sinai, and Mother Magdalena. St.
Francis administrator, both noti-
fied Liberman they would accept
the contributions "gratefully."
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Preparing for "L-Day" Apr. 29 are Maurice Unger, Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman Sam J. Heiman and Councilman
Harold Turk, who will lead the store-to-store solicitation on
Lincoln rd. in behalf of CJA. Volunteers will seek $20,000 from
merchants towards the campaign goal-of SI,350,000.
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ical ADL Leaders to Attend Annual
Meeting; Justice Douglas Will Speak
PAGE 11 A
i TalianoH,
n M Gilbert J.
Mrs. Billie
to will at-
he 4Jnd annual national
iling of the Anti-Defamation
;ue of B'nai B'rith opening
sday. April 28. at the Waldorf
ria hotel in New York City.
lianoff is one of the League's
lational commissioners, highest
y making body in the organiz-
i. and he is chairman of the
it'er Miami ADL regional advis-
board. Mrs. Wein is a member
,c ADL board.
Ikin is director of the
lies Florida Regional office
headquarters in Miami.
lore than 800 representatives
II areas of the United States
Canada will participate in the
Way national ADL convention,
h will continue .through Sun-
May 1.
a highlight of the Convention,
-Anti Defamation League will
ciii its 1954-55 America's Dem-
tic Legacy Award to the three
at educational philanthropies
he world: Carnegie Corpora-
and the Ford and Rockefeller
dations. Previous winner of
trad iUonal silver medallion,
(led for "distinguished contrib-
s to the enrichment of Amer-
(knioeratic legacy," was Presi-
Eisennower.
year's award ceremonies,
, i-cd by the CBS network, will
ieen locally over WTVJ-TV,
ay, May l. at i*30 p.m. United
S ipreme Court Justice Wil-
0. Douglas will be principal
ker.
par! of the televised program
be a rebroadcast of "Almanac
the Westinghouse Stu-
1 > ;i e dramatization adapted
Iu-tic'p Douglas' Best-selling
ADL convention will also
lire a two-evening Freedom
pui. the second oi a series be-
an 1953. This yeart theme, "In-
itial Freedom and National Se-
ly." emphasizing the conflicts
and controversy that surround
isjiue. will ho dismissed by i
American leader* intimately In-
volved in the problem.
Pulitzer Prize playwright Robert
E. Sherwood will deliver the For-
um's keynote address.
Other participants are Sen
Arthur V. Watkins of Utah; Dore
Senary, executive vice president of
Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios;
Louis B. Nichels, assistant to FBI
director J. Edgar Hoover; Dr. Har-
old C. Case, president Of Boston
University; Thurman W. Arnold,
former Justice of the U. S. Court of
Appeals; Henry Edward Schultz,
ADL's national chairman; and Phil-
ip M. Klutznick, president of B'nai
B'rith.
Miami Beach Optimists
Name Low President
! Jack Low, managing director of
the Royal York hotel, has been
elected (Resident of the riHiami
Beach ttptyOiists Clufc>lle *tll suc-
ceed Erflanuel Goldstfffh in June
Also named were Dr. Oscar Rus-
kin and Lew Braverman, vice pres-
idents, Lysle F e s 1 e r, secretary
treasurer, and N. Doug Raff, Harry
Raskin. Hal Meyers, Dr. Arthur
Shapiro, Jack Woody and Gold-
strich, directors.
The club sponsors Little League
i baseball and other youth activities.
Will Discuss Disease
Charles Tamarkin, former presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Vegetar-
| ian Society, will lecture on "Dis-
i easeFriend or Foe?" Sunday eve-
ning. May 1, at the Spinoza For-
um, 124 llth st., Miami Beach.
Underground Fighter, Noted Novelist
Named Director of Histadrut Group
Yehuda Elberg, noted writer, has
been appointed executive director
of the Krael Histadrut Committee
of Greater Miami. Elberg has laid
the groundwork for the commit-
tee's plans for the coming year. A
greater part of the program will be
devoted to the construction of an
additional 80-bed building for the
[of M Student
>ts Scholarship
Inthin Kechter, daughter of
land Mrs. George Hechter, 700
|t 47th st., Miami Beach, has
awarded the Minnie Hoffman
Inter-Faith scholarship at the
let-ity of Miami.
|he scholarship, presented by
[enee Ross, of New York City, a
Ker-ity of Miami alumnus, in
pr of his mother, amounts to
and is accompanied by a stip-
Jto cover the cost of books. It is
pded annually to a sophomore
Junior who has done the most
landing work to further inter-
work on the UM campus.
li-s Hector's work nas been with
lei Foundation, principally in
publications field. She jias serv-
interstate editor of the Hillel
laid and is now editor-in-chief
jhat publication. She is a human
Jtioiis major and is active in the
pan relations and sociology
m the University of Miami
pus.
|he was selected for the Ross
Ird by the faculty committee on
|fiiotis organizations at the uni-
pity, headed by Dr. Melanie Ros-
iih. professor of German, who
He the presentation.
He organized the first Jewish
newspaper after the war. formed
the Association of Jewish Writers
and started Zionist activities later
banned by the communist govern-
ment.
In 1948, he came to the United
States as one of the delegates to
the Congress of Jewish Culture.
His first job was with the Art Cen-
ter of the Jewish Culture Congress.
Since 1950, he has been associated
with the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign, as associate director of the
! United Organizations for the Is-
rael Histadrut, executive director
of the Women's Council for Hista-
: drut and the National Council for
Bessarabian Jews affiliated with
the Histadrut. Elberg has estab-
lished an office of the Israel Hist a
drut Commit lee of Greater Miami
at 600 Lincoln rd.
Yehuda tlbtrg
Central Hospital in Afula, Israel,
to be known as the Greater Miami
Pavilion for Internal Diseases.
Elberg is prominent among Yid-
dish fiction writers. His book, "Un-
der Copper Skies," won the award
of the Jewish Culture Congress and
was praised in the international
"Pen Bulletin of Selected Books."
Two of his stories were dramatized
and successfully staged in Buenos
Aires.
Coming from a long line of rab-
bis, Elberg was ordained at the age
of 16, although he does not practise
in the rabbinate. He was a textile
engineer in Poland and later turn
cd to writing, becoming managing
editor of a Jewish newspaper in
Paris. He was in Poland during the
Nazi occupation and was active in
the underground movement of the
Warsaw Ghetto, which was respon-
sible for the famous usrising.
After the war, he participated in
the illegal immigration to Palestine
of Jews who survived the Nazi holo-
maust and was personally respon-
sible for the rescue of many chil-
dren in those countries which were
soon sealed off by the Iron Cur-
tain. He was among the first to re-
organize Jewish communal life in
Poland right after the war, setting
up the first committee of survived
Jews, organizing the first historical
committee which later developed
into the Jewish Historical Institute
in Poland.
Attorney Heads Committee
Burton Loebl, Miami Beach attor-
ney and chairman of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Comiriercc Com-
mittee on Handicapped Placement,
has been appointed chairman of
the Miami Reach division of Na-
tional Employ the Physically Hand-
icapped, it was announced by Leo
Axlrod, president of the Dade
NEPH committees combined.
The Florida State Chamber of
Commerce Committee on Employ-
ment of the Physically Handicap-
ped is scheduling to meet next Fri-
day morning in the Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce building.
Membership Tea Planned
By Miami Beach Chapter
Mrs. Max Davis, membership
chairman for the Miami Beach
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, is
planning the first of a series of
membership teas, launching the en-
rollment for 1955-56.
Mrs. David Alper's home at 1715
Calais dr., will be the setting, to be
given at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May
Presiding at the coffee urn will
be Mrs. Frederick Fischer, and Mrs.
Harold Turk will preside at the
Here to Develop
'Friends' of Hadoar
Dr. Jakob Roscnthal was in Mi-
ami last week to help in the organ-
ization of a "circle of friends" for
Hadoar. Hebrew weekly published
in the United
States for the
past 34 years.
Dr. Rosenthal
:xplained that
Hadoar "is i n
special financial
iiffieulty at this
:ime." He said
hat its aim is to
mlarge its cir-
nl.ition a n d to
viden its range
Roscnthal )t s U p p orting
members.
A contributor to Hadoar since
his arrival in the United States in
1948, Dr. Rosenthal is also a regu-
lar feature writer for the American
Zionist and the New Palestine.
"There is the increasingly wide-
spread use of Hebrew here as a
modern language," Dr. Rosenthal
said. "Evidence of tha,t is in the
fact that American Jewish youth
are learning Hebrew in high school
and colleges."
He said that by emphasizing the
importance of Hebrew language in
America "we will have better con-
tact with the Jewish community of
Israel."
Among those working with Dr.
Rosenthal's new "circle of friends"
for Hadoar in Miami will be Rab-
bis Leon Kronish and Irving Lehr-
man and William Agxanove and
'
Shown is Rabbi Leon Kronish accepting from Sydney J. Green-
berg, educational director, and Cantor Samuel Kelemer en
especially bound volume of a Biblical Concordance as a gift
from the staff of Temple Beth Sholom. The gift was presented
to Rabbi Kronish at a congregational dinner given in his honor
on the occasion of his tenth anniversary in the ministry of
Beth Sholom on Saturday at the Hollywood Beach hotel.
Presenting a "Memory Book" to Rabbi Leon Kronish is Mrs.
Joseph L. Arkin, a sisterhood vice president and co-chairman,
with her husband, of the congregational dinner tendered Rabbi
Kronish Saturday at the Hollywood Beach hotel. The boo.:
contains hundreds of telegrams and letters from leaders in the
rabbinate and friends from all over the country, as well a3
messages and signatures of the 600 men and women who at-
tended the dinner.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish are shown cutting the specially
designed anniversary cake presented to Rabbi Kronish by Ben
Tobin, of the Hollywood Beach hotel, at the congregational din-
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1955
SECTION B
NfW ISRAEL NOVEL
NOW IN TRANSLATION
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irs. Roy Schechter has been
osen one of ten bsst-drs-*'-
women in Miami from bal-
t>ts recently submitted by a
even member committee
ere. Wife of a Miami televi-
lon executire, Mrs. Schech-
fcr is a mother and active
lub woman. She wears soft-
tailored glothes that be-
ome her tall, slender figure.
Committee members said she
Jis excellent at choosing col-
Irs that go with her own col-
lung."
Sen. Neuberger
To be Speaker
At Installation
Leading Miamians and officials
of the city, county and state gov-
ernment are expected to attend the
annual installation of officers and
banquet of Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. Sunday evening, May
22, at the Saxony hotel.
United States Sen. Richard L.
Neuberger, of Oregon, will be guest
speaker.
Officers to be installed are Mich-
ael Sossin, president; Allen Gold-
berg, Alvin Hellman, George Kro-
nengold and Irving Schatman, vice
presidents; Harry Milton Lazer, re-
cording secretary.
Joseph A. Kogos, treasurer; Jack
M. Fink, financial secretary; Ger-
shon S. Miller, monitor; Abe
Swartz, assistant monitor; Daniel
H. Broad, warden; Sol S. Gold-
strom, guardian.
Trustees are Jack August, Paul
Seiderman, Harold Turk, William
Agranove, William Bornstein, Sam
A Goldstein, Meyer Teigman, Abe
Frankel and Aaron Newman.
Gershon ^>. Miller is retiring
president.
Mount Sinai Hospital Plans $4 Million
Development, Ruskin at Helm of Drive
The Jewish Community of South
Florida will be asked to participate
in the building of a new $4,000,000
300-bed Mount Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami, it was announced
this week by Max Orovitz, hospital
president, who named Dan B. Rus-
kin as chairman of the develop-
ment fund committee.
Orovitz said that the proposed
building will be a joint project of
the hospital and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. The new
peal for the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in 1950, served as
that organization's president in
1951 and 1952 and, since that time,
holds the title of honorary p/e-i-
dent. He is a member of the citi-
zens board of the University of
Miami and the board of directors
of the Miami Heart Institute. He is
also a trustee of Temple Israel.
Ruskin has a controlling intere-t
in the newly constructed Dan hotel
in Tel Aviv and is also active in
building will be located in Miami i exploring oil prospects in Negev,
Ruskin
200 ATTEND MUTING HERE
Home Elects Kurman to Fourth Term
As President, Indebtedness Reduced
Beach on Collins Island, immedi-
ately adjacent to the present hospi-
tal, and it is hoped to start con-
struction next year.
"Greater Miami came into being
because a few had the courage and
the convictions to believe in the
destiny of Southern Florida to be-
come great. Mt. Sinai Hospital as
it is today is a tribute to those who
saw the need to build and grow
with the community, but we must
continue to grow and expand to
keep up with our obligation and
dedication to the residents and
visitors in this area," Orovitz said,
in explaining the decision to aug-
ment present hospital services
with a modern, 300-bed hospital
facility.
tAEL FREEDOM THE ME
!0 Miami Women
Attend Regional
ladassah Meeting
hadassah women from the entire
le of Florida will meet at the
bort;e Washington hotel in West
>lm Beach for a three-day ses-
Oii. May 1 through 3, for the fifth
Inual conference Of the Florida
egion of Hadassah.
|Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president
the Florida Region, Mrs. Milton
rkin, vice president and region-
conference chairman, and Mrs.
>muel Z. Sakrais, president of the
Water Miami Chapter of Hadas-
h. will head a group of more than
delegates from the Greater Mi-
ii area.
Mrs. Carl Grukenfeld, Palm
each conference chairman, will
reside at the opening session Sun-
ay morning.
Principal speaker at the banquet
Sunday evening will be-Hugh
gel. information officer of the
Jnited States Embassy. He has
hosen as his subject "Israel-Arab
Relations."
Conference theme is dedicated
the tenth anniversary of the
I e a t h of Henrietta Szold who
minded Hadassah in 1912.
More than 200 board members
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
and its Women's Auxiliary attend-
ed a meeting at Temple Emanu-El
entire indebtedness of the Home,
amounting to $90,000, would be
wiped out "and that both program
the southern section of Israel.
In accepting the chairmanship of
. the development fund campaign,
I Ruskin said:
"This new building will repre-
sent a major investment by our
' community in the health of people
living and visiting in Southern
Florida, and in the health of the
residents of the state of Florida, as
well as an investment in our own
health and the health of our fam-
ilies."
He explained that the solicita-
tion will be a capital fund appeal
for construction purposes and con-
tributions are payable over a five
year period.
Tracing the history of the pres-
ent institution, Ruskin recalled
Long active in civic and philan-^ that Mount Sinai Hospital of
thropic work in South Florida, Greater Miami opened on Dec 5.
Ruskin already serves as chairman 1949 as a 100-bed hospital, but the
of the hospital's building commit- demand or hospital beds.increased
tee and has been a vice president ^rapidly that by September
of the organization sin*ce 1952. I 1950. the capacity of the hospital
_ ,. .. ., was increased to 175 beds and in
Ruskin, who resides at 5480 258 ^ and ^ ba,.
North Bay rd Miami Beach, is co-
owner of Public Gas Co*.; president
sincts
and facilities will be markedly ex- e-ott.Pe.~ cm-" secretary-1 The hospital has already won aa
Monday nignt and reelected Abe panded so that the Home may i ?f .Sc_ot! "er
Kurman to a fourth term as presi-
dent of the Home.
Barney B. Lee, chairman of the
nominating committee, presented
the following slate of officers, who
in addition to Kurman, were unani-
mously elected: Harold B. Spaet,
honorary president; S. I. Bern-
baum, chairman of the board; Col.
Jacob M Arvey, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer and David Phillips, vice
presidents; Jack Carner, treasurer;
Sam Resnick, financial secretary;
Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording sec-
retary; and Mrs. Sol Silverman,
corresponding secretary.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, exec-
utive director. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, installed the offi-
cers. Dr. Rosenberg paid tribute to
Kurman for "unusually devoted
work and leadership during the
past three years." Kurman receiv-
ed a rising ovation when, in a sur-
prise move, he burned two bank
notes worth $20,000, thereby fur-
ther reducing the debt on the new
Ablin Memorial to $30,000. At the
dedication of the new building last
December, the indebtedness
amounted to $100,000.
Kurman stated that 1955-56, as
the 10th anniversary year, was
special year for the Home. He
promised the gathering that the
y Treasurer of the Alfred Destin Co.; i tion-wide recognition through its
make a maximum contribution to, pr,sjdent of the Rusoro teaching program and has been
the total community and its sen-1 o & R Assets Inc Gator prominent in varied research proj-
Corpi' and the First Florida Mort-
gage Corp.
He is also a member of the Board
of directors of the Community Na-
tional Bank of Bai Harbour.
Long active in community proj-
ects, Ruskin was campaign chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Ap-
M. J. Kopelowitz, retiring board
chairman, was presented with a
scroll on behalf of the board by
Spaet, who paid tribute to his lead-
ership and "untiring efforts on be-
half of the Home during the past
three years."
PLAY RKAUS BAT AM
Coral Gables Theater Group Will
Stage Xry Havoc'Here May 8 to 11
Bob Brenner, director of the : production as "Grace." Mrs. Shaw
Coral Gables Jewish Center Little was last seen in "All My Sons/'
Theater Group, will open with his Fran Brenner, teen-age daug
'oyor Aronovitz to Speak
It Women's Installation
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will
uuest speaker at an installation
meeting of Miami B'nai B'rith
Vomen on Tuesday noon. May 3,
the Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Mrs. Murray Lazarus will be in-
stalled for her second term as
President. Others are Mrs. Murray
ladstone, Mrs. David Aipert and
|'rs. Abc*Aronovitz, vice presi-
I'li ntv
Installing officer will be Mrs. B.
jWein. Mrs. Philip Rand and Mrs.
George Leibman are in charge of
reservations.
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next production, "Cry Havoc," on
Saturday, May 7th, at the Center's
theater, 320 Palermo ave. Curtain
time for each production is 8:30
p.m., and other performances are
scheduled for May 8 through 11.
"Cry Havoc," a play in three
acts, was written by Allan R. Ken-
is a ward and was originally staged in
New York at the Morosco Theater.
Gail Podell, last seen in "Morn-
ing Star" and Spring Song." will
play the role of "Doc" Marsh, head
medical officer of a nurses' group
in Bataan during World War II,
while Rose Rovin, who played the
lead role in "The Willow and I,"
takes the part of "Smitty," top
ranking officer in the detachment.
The part of "Flo." the main
comedy relief in the play, is taken
by Kitty Gateman, who has ap-
peared previously in "The Willow
and I." while Ida Beck, who took
starring roles in "Power Without
ter of the director, who has pre-
viously been seen in "Power With-
out Glory," and "Personal Appear-
ance," will play "Lydia" in "Cry
Havoc."
The cast is completed by Geri
Lieber as "Andra;" Isobel Birk as
"Helen;" Linda Rovin as "Sadie;"
Mariana May as "Sue." Rita Klein
as "Steve;" and Esther Cone, as the
native woman.
In charge of reservations is Char-
lotte Halpert. Proceeds of all Cen-
ter plays go to the Coral Gables
Jewish Center general fund. Sets
for "Cry Havoc" were built by
Sol Rovin.
Glory" as Anna, and more recently | in Miami Beach.
United Synagogue
Reelects Present Officers
All officers were relectcd as the
Southeast regional conference of
the United Synagogue of America
ended Sunday at the Johnina hotel
Akt Umm
appeared as the lead role of "Lor-
na" in "Golden Boy," will take the
part of "Connie" in this produc-
tion.
Mildred W.isman, who has been
among the most active women per-
formers of the Center Little The-
ater Group, will appear again as
"Pat." Mrs. Wasman was last seen
in the starring role of "Personal
Appearance," while Ann Shaw will
make another appearance in
this
Renamed to their posts were
Philip Selber, of Jacksonville, pres-
ident; Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz.
of Miami Beach, James Permutt, of
Birmingham. Ala.. Nathan Schneid-
er, of Lakeland, and Myer Tannen
baum, of Savannah, Ga., vice presi-
dents; Jerry Sussman, of Miami
Beach, secretary; and Hyman Meltz.
of Atlanta, treasurer.
About 200 persons attended the
conference.
Town Broach Plans
Annual Spring Frolic
Annual spring frolic of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will be held on Saturday
evening. May 7, at the Town
Branch, it was announced by Ber-
nard Weksler, chairman of the
planning council.
Under the leadership of Stuart
Winston, ticket chairman for this
event, well over 700 tickets have
already been distributed, and many
notables are expected to attend this
gala function.
Others on the committee include:
Mrs. Phil Schiff, Mrs. Bernard Wek-
sler. Mrs. Stuart Winston, Mr. and
Mrs. Angel Ross, Mrs. Arnold Spiv-
ack, Mrs. Al Daniels. Irving Lax.
Henry Garison, Leon Kaplan, Leon
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within the districts they repre-
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Rounding oat his campaign activ-
ates Wien announced Attorney
Fred Baisden and Dr Abe HoUen-
der will serve as co-campaign
chairjner; ar.d Leonard Abess will
treasurer with Carl Sus*-
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Camper-, future campers and
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rectors Dr. aad Mrs. Donald Mich
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counselors residing in this area
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direct the program.
Camp Pinewood's program direc-
tor- Mr, .Selma Hayden and Mr.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1955
Flagler Women
Install Officers
Mrs. Ray Berrin, newly-elected
chairman of the Women's Group
of I he Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center, was installed at
I he Center last week.
Mrs. Aaron Fuu\ president of
l he Conference of'lewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade and
Broward Counties, conducted the
installation ceremonies. Mrs. Sid-
ney Stiller and Mrs. Herman Feld-
man were in charge of the eve-
ning's arrangements.
Other officers installed at the
same time were Mrs. Harry Dansky,
vice chairman; Mrs. Harry Hirsh,
treasurer; Mrs. Walter Kaye, re-
cording secretary; and Mrs. Martin
Hirsch, corresponding secretary.
Newly elected members of the
board are the Mesdames Charles
Adelman, Meyer Brilliant, Herman
1 (ldman, Leonard Goldman, Har-
old Green, Samuel Hollander, Ber-
nard Lash, Edward Peyser, Mich-
ael Shaw, Sidney Stiller and Jess
I'reed.
Entertainment following the in-
stallation was provided by the
Center's choral group under the di-
rection of Mrs. Paul Draizer.
* Jewish tUrkUon
PAGE 3 B
Mrt. Kay Btrrin
Business, Professional Groups
Plan Function May 3
Evening of Tuesday, May 3, has
been set for a cocktail party and
dinner-dance by the Business and
Professional Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Volunteers in the division will
lie invited to a social function to
be held at Westview Country Club.
Hosts' committee consisting of
campaign vice chairmen and their
wives have been named to handle
reservations, program and arrange-
ments. Hosts for the evening will
be Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chalkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Artie Kravitz and Mr. and
Mrs. John Serbin.
Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
man originated the "Thank You"
social event several years ago
while serving as chairman of the
CJA Trades Division. Final cam-
paign report:; in th* Trades Divi-
sion will be submitted by unit
chairmen.
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Elects Mrs. Kaplan President
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan was re-
elected president of Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood at a meeting
last week.
Other officers named include the
Mesdames Morris Alpert, Barry
Cameron. Arthur Courshon and
Charles Silvers, vice presidents;
Samuel Falick. recording secre-
tary; Michael Mersel, correspond-
ing secretary.
The Mesdames Harry Orleans,
financial secretary; Fred Somer-
stein, treasurer; Leon Kronish,
chaplain; and Samuel Kclemer, so-
cial secretary.
Installation will be held at an
i annual luncheon on May 18 at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Alexan-
der Robbins, a sisterhood past
I president, will be chairman of the
I function.
$1,200,000 Total
Expected Here
By Week's End
A total of SI,208,000 is envision-
ed at the end of this week as the
sum thus far reached in the 1955
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. Ovr 31,194.000 was report-
ed late. Wednesday by chairman
Sam J. Hefftian.
Thus far the' Winter Residents
Division with collections of $263,-
771 against their quota of $262,000
is the only division to surpass its
1955 division quota. Jack earner's
unit secured nearly double the
amount of gifts compared with last
year.
To date over 8,500 contributors
j are participating in the 1955 drive
for funds which supports a world-
wide program of aid to young and
old alike and especially economic
aid to Israel.
The Women's Division with
$144,972 is just short of their 1955
quota of $155,000, but it is expect-
ed that the renewed activity is
fothcoming in this division as a re-
sult of the grandmothers' scroll
plan. Daniel M. Broad, chairman
of the Apartment House Division,
announced this week that his
group reached gift totals of $11,-
846, exceeding last year's contribu-
tions of $11,517.
A considerable boost was given
to the local drive by the recently
announced contribution from the
Louis Wolfson Foundation.
Mother's Day Skit Due
Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel
Congregation will present a Moth-
er's Day skit, "Mother Knows
Best," on Tuesday evening, May 3,
in the social hall of the synagogue, i
Participating will be the Mesdames
Michael Horwitz, Milton Hurwiz,
Abraham Seif, Irving Selinger, Iz-
zy Zasela and Fred Ziquit.
Open House Held Friday
BZB B'nai B'rith Girls held their
annual open house Friday evening
at the home of Miss Blandine Web-
ster, 1505 SW 15th st. In charge
of arrangements was Miss Toni
Gruen.
UM President to
Install Officers
Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the
University of Miami, will be in-
stalling officer at the annual meet-
ing and installation of new officers
of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital on Friday, May 6.
The luncheon meeting, begin-
ning at 11 a.m., will be held in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Louis Glasser will be in-
stalled as president for the, com-
ing year, along with the new slate
of officers.
Miss Gloria Aliani, soprano, just
returned to the United States from
appearances in Italy, will sing.
^PHODOCIS
fJUNE
Mizrachi Women to Have
Moonlight Cruise on Sunday
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women will hold a moon-
light cruise on Sunday afternoon.
May 1.
The yacht "Seven Seas" leaves
I'ier 8, Miami, at 4:30 p.m. Pro-
ceeds are for orphaned children of
the Betsy Gottesfeld Children's
Village in Ranana, Israel.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Mrs Rose Lustig and Mrs. Edna
Selis. Committee includes the Mes-
dames Brenner, Chill and Schus-
ter.
(iuests will be welcomed by Mrs.
I. B. Eisenstein, Mizrachi president.
CJA Slates L-Day
Campaign Friday
Councilman Harold Turk has an-
nounced that Combined Jewish Ap-
peal "L Day" has been set for Fri-
day, Apr. 29.
On this day. Inn and his com-
mittee of retail merchant volun-
teers will canvass 200 Lincoln rd.
stores to invite their annual con-
tribution to the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
"We are proud to have Council-
man Turk, a former mayor of Mi-
ami Beach, and a prominent civic
leader, as chairman of Lincoln rd.
Day," said CJA chairman Sam J.
Heiman, addressing a group of Mi-
ami Beach business men last week.
"T h e one-day drive has been
scheduled by campaign leaders
who realize that the average Lin-
coln rd. businessman is unable to
attend fund raising luncheons and
other events during the busy win-
ter season. Complying with the
wishes of Lincoln rd. merchants,
Turk and his committee will visit
all stores during the final week of
the Combined Jewish Appeal
drive," Heiman stated.
Election of Officers Monday
Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president
of Chesed Shel Emess Sister-
hood, this week announced that
nomination and election of officers
will take place at the sisterhood's
next meeting on Monday afternoon,
May 2, in Congregation Beth El.
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?IDAY. APRIL 29. 1955
*Jew IsiifkxMian
manu-EI Men
[eelect Goldberg
Vllcn Goldberg, civic and reli-
u leader, has been reelected
psident of the Men's Club of
nple Emanu-El. Goldberg is a
limber of the Temple's board of
Lior*. vice prtldiat*f ih 1 League of; Miami'Beacrt, Vice*
isident <>t B'nai B'rith 'and an
,' !t in Ihe Elks.
)ther officers of the Men's Club
ned were vice presidents, Jules
inning, Edward Newman, Al Os-
and Alfred Stone; recording
retary, Michael Salmon; corre-
lint secretary, Aaron Book-
i; and treasurer, Irving Schatz-
Liard ol directors includes Ben
|, i Gil Balkin, Jack Burris, Hen-
;ove. Irving Cypcn, Morris Dub-
Maurice Engel, Raymond Fein-
Irvftig Firtel, Carl Gardner,
Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg,
PAGE 5 B
Alien Goldberg
Goldman, Benjamin Greene,
ert Gutman, Samuel J.i Hal-
Dr.. Sherman Kaplan, Wal-
(aplan, Sam Katz, Ernest Kass,
fin Kimmel, Dave Klinger, Jo-
| Kogos, Hy Kout, Albert Lehr-
i Solomon Lichter, Jerry Linet.
^xwtil Mangold, Dr. Herman
ilowitz, Hank Meyer, Dr. Don-
lichnoff. Gershon Miller, Joel
ian. Julius J. Perlmutter,
Pollack, Joe Rose, Joe Ru-
Philip Salmon, Morris Sch-
tr. Gerald Schwartz, Murray
kartzman, Milton Sirkin, Mil-
Smith. Mike Sosmii. Biss Suss-
[ Joseph Swimmer, George Tal-
Sydney Teller, Henry
?kin. Ira Walsey, Sam Wiesen,
'les Yavers and Raphael Yunes.
filiation ceremonies will take
iiriy in June.
ch Music, Art League
is Lost Meeting of Season
lami Beach Music and Art
lue will hold its last meeting
Tie reason in the Roney Plaza
on Wednesday evening, May
^rman A. Binder will be master
eremonies and program chair-
featured will be the Symphonic
fnet Quartet, including Joseph
>Io, Troy Mills, Dan Tanner
Alfred Troppe; Mrs. Albert
in a group of readings; Miss
'ia Aliani, in operatic selec-
and Mrs. Pick and Laura
croft in "A Star is Born," with
phy by Thomas Armour.
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greetinqs wereteoS bv In.!! ^r Dd^ ^Un,y Guard f Hnr f ,ewish War Velerans Presented colors. Other
Shapfro 9 Y LU1S Sega1' ,0p Zlnist leader> HarrY Simonhofl. attorney and world traveler, and Rabbi Max
Temple Beth Sholom Service
To Mark Israel Anniversary
Seventh anniversary of the dec-
laration of independence of the
State of Israel will be observed at
a special service at Temple Beth I
Sholom on Friday evening. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of'
the congregation, will narrate "The
Seventh Birthday of the Jewish
Motherland."
The musical dramalogue inte-
grating the traditional music of
the Sabbath with the new melodies
of Israel will be sung by Cantor .
Samuel Kelemer, the Sisterhood ,
choral group and the congregation.
Members of the Sisterhood
choral group to participate are the '
Mesdames Morris Alpert, Camille i
Baum. Nathan Beckman, Hersch |
Berman, Jonas Brotman, Nathan i
Bushman. Meyer Epstein, Jacob C. I
Fishman. Samuel Frankel, Bea-1
trice Frieder, Harry A. Gordon,!
Jean Dunkelman, Eva Marcus, Da-
vid Green, Oscar Green, Stanley
Heller, David Joseph, Irving B.
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New ORT Chapter Revealed
Another chapter of Women's
American ORT is being formed in
the North Dade area. The first
membership coffee will be given
on May 3 at the home of Mrs. Jack
Berke, 143 NW 47th ter. Speaker
will be Mrs. Irving Sussman, past
president of the Miami Beach Chap-
ter.
Kaplan, Samuel Kelemer, Alex Ko- Sol S. Pine, Doris Rakoff, M. H. Silver, Sally Vernick, Dorothy Wat-
gan. Maurice Kovnat. Michael Mer-
Donald Murry, Hyman Pass
Rosenhouse, Jack Rosenthal, Mur- |(en and William Yanowitz.
ray Rothman, Esther Rubin. Hyman | Organist is Hy Fried.
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GLOBAL SHORTS
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PAGE 7B
Dr. Jonas Solk to Got
SI0,000 Award for Vaccine
ROCHESTER, Minn. CAJP>Dr.
Charles V*. Mayo, director of the
Mayo clinic here, has announced
that Dr. Jonas E. Salk has been
named the 1955 recipient of the
S 10,000 Mutual of Omaha Crisis
award and gold medal for his dis-
covery of the anti-polio vaccine.
U.S.S.R. Blasts U.S., Britain
For 'Imposing' Treaty Blocs
LONDON (JTA)Military blocs
"imposed" on the Middle East by
the Western Powers were denounc-
ed by the Soviet Union which
warned that it may appeal such ac-
tions to the United Nations if
these "threats" continue accord-
ing to Moscow broadcasts monitor-
ed here. In a statement issued by
the Foreign Ministry in Moscow,
the United States and Britain were
accused of taking measures "cal-
culated to involve by a devious
way, singly or two at a time, the
countries of the Near and Middle
East in this or that grouping cre-
ated under their domination."
salem, and Col. Abdul Halim al
Zaket, commanding the Arab Le-
gion forces in the city and its en-
virons, agreed verbally to take ac-
tion to prevent or quickly suppress
all firing and other hostile acts
They signified their agreement to
the United Nations Truce Supervi-
sion Organization.
Former Nazi Minister Now
A Resident of Syria
BONN (WNS)-Franz Rademach-
er, former chief of the Jewish Me-
lton of the Nazi Foreign Ministry,
is now a resident of Syria where he
conducts an import and export bus-
iness under an assumed name.
Rademacher escaped after convic-
tion of complicity in the slaugh
fer of Serbia's Jews.
Arabs Kill American
Who Was Touring Jordan
JERUSALEM (JTA)An Ameri-
can tourist. Charles Harris, of Ne-
braska, who strayed from the Jor-
dan-held area of Jerusalem into
"no-man's-land," was shot and
killed by Arab Legion guards in
the belief that he was a Jew. The
man, who apparently had lost his
way, was moving toward the Is-
rael lines on Mt. Zion when the
Legionnaires opened fire. He was
killed instantly.
British Airways Cancels
Flight Under Arab Pressure
LONDON (AJP) The British
Overseas Airways has cancelled its
flights to Israel under Arab pres-
sure. Now, the European British
Airways, usually making its last
stop in Cyprus, will prolong its
flights to Israel, making that coun-
try part of its European schedule
and thus excluding it from the
Middle East. Since the Arabs argue
that Israel has no place in the Mid-
dle East, this arrangement should
satisfy their basic political ap-
proach.
Bonn Non-Jewish Deputy
To Attend Services in Israel
HANOVER (JTA)A non-Jew-
ish member of the West German
[ Btmrtcrtag"WHV'attenct next week's
Tel Aviv memorial rally marking
the tenth anniversary of the liber-
ation of the Bergen-Belsen concen-
tration camp. He is Dr. Otto Hein-
rich Greve, a Social Democratic
deputy from this city, who will fly
to Israel at the invitation of the
memorial rally's sponsoring com-
mittee, whose members know him
as a dauntless anti-Nazi and as the
attorney for hundreds of former
Belsen inmates.
Dulles Sees Interfaith
Delegation on Immigration
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
reacted favorably last weekend to
suggestions for the appointment of
a deputy administrator ol the ref-
ugee relief program and an expedi-
ter in Europe for the program,
both to be recognized leaders in
the immigration field. The sugges-
tions were put forward by a dele-
gation of leaders of Protestant,
Catholic and Jewish voluntary or-
ganizations cj'oing immigration
work.
Israel's Purchase of Jets in
France Only 'Partial' Deal
PARIS (AJP)Israels purchase
of 15 jet planes from France is
only part of the deal negotiated
last month between the two coun-
tries. Israel will receive 50 jet
planes and about 50 modern tanks.
Israel, Jordan Commanders
Agree on Border Disputes
JERUSALEM (JTA)An Israel-
Jordan local commanders agree-
ment in the Jerusalem area was
reached here when Lt. Col. Haim
Ilerzof, Israel commander in Jeru-
French Jurist Named Head
Of Human Rights Commission
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)With
its newly elected chairman, the fa
mous French Jewish jurist Rene
Cassin, presiding, the United Na-
tions Commission on Human
Rights, meeting in Geneva, last
weekend adopted a resolution
warmly supporting the work of the
Subcommission on Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities.
British Jews Concerned Over
British-Iraqi-Turkish Pact
LONDON (JTA) "Deep con-
cern" over Britain's joining the
Turco-Iraqui pact and the exclu-
sion of Israel from Middle East de-
fense plans was expressed in a
resolution adopted here at a meet-
ing of the board of deputies of
British Jews. The board resolution
noted the "increasing isolation in
which Israel has been placed as a
result of the recently concluded
pact between the United Kingdom,
Turkey and Iraq."
Mrs. Leonard H. Bernheim,
New York, has been named
chairman of the National
Jewish Welfare Board's
Women's Organisations' Di-
vision, succeeding Mrs. Al-
fred R. Bachrach, founder of
the division, who retired after
*3 Tears.
Three Israelis Captured
By Lebanese Abductors
TEL AVIV (JTA) The disap-
pearance three days ago of three
young Israel settlers from Gonan,
a settlement in the north of Is-
rael, was cleared up when the Le-
banese representatives of the Is-
rael-Lebanese Mixed Armistice
Commission reported to the MAC
the capture of three Israel "sol-
diers" inside Lebanese territory.
Z0A Enrolls 70,000 Members;
To Convene in Washington
NEW YORK (JTA)The 58th
annual convention of the Zionist
Organiation of America will take
place in Washington during June
16 to 20, it was announced here,
following a meeting of the ZOA
National Administrative Council at
the Waldorf Astoria hotel. It was
reported at the meeting that the
ZOA enrolled over 70,000 members
in the last six months.
Gables Women to Entertain
Newest local Pioneer Women's
Club, the Coral Gables Chapter,
will entertain with a party on Tues-
day evening, May 3, at the home
of Mrs. M. S. Green and Mrs. Sonia
Plotfcin," 11 Malaga ave. Mrs. M. D.
Perelman, chairman, will be assist-
ed by the Mcsdames Pauline Sack,
Ann Heidenreich and Jay Gold.
Plans for Florida activity aiding the United States Committee
for Sports in Israel are discussed by (left to right) Lt. Gen. Em-
mett O'Donnell, Leon C. McAskill, Col. Harry D. Henshel and
Judge Harold B. Spaet. The General was guest of honor at a
reception in the Shelborne hotel Sunday afternoon, at which
Col. Henshel, national chairman of the committee, was host.
McAskill is executive secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Asso-
ciation, and Judge Spaet is acting mayor of the city- Gen.
O'Donnell, deputy chief of staff of the Air Force, called "sports
a highway to world peace." Col. Henshel said "Israel will
fight to be re-invited to the Mediterranean games in Spain in
July."
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* kmiit HcrkMar
Mrs. Boltuch in
Second Term as
Unit President
George BaJtuch wa install-
ed for a s*cood tertt as president
. rth Short Chaptar of B'nai
- Wontt at a luncheon Wed-
e "Monte Carlo hotel.
. 25 percent member-
jncrea^e during the past j
goal of the even greater
mer-bership for the year ahead."
-aid-
Jack R Weir. *j' the in-
er. and chairman of
the Sar Taran.
-tailed include
presider.t- Mrs Sam Be
- J Schwarr. Mr?
I Pincvs and Mr- Benja-
aajn Kimme rar Sadye
:ne*. Iff
Hn V:chael Kahr. with
Stkauti and
- rctOrj
i hariotte Brown. w;th a-
Beile P^merance and Jeanne
-cretarv Mr*
r. >haa historian Mr>

- Vr- Lawrence
ardiaa Dor
counselor Mr-
aarajr* president
Ph:lhp*
n Mart a. Rae Hoff-
-.-. Mr- Wein and RV>e Le\en
narge
-rangemenT> and
h Mr- Herbert
FRIDAY, APRIL 20 IQec
standards in religious studies, fos-1 a definite unified platform for all
tering the building of secondary I Hebrew day schools.
Hebrew day schools, teacher train-
ing and recruitment and many oth-
er- The conference will also pre-
sent work>h'>p aaaftoai on specific
pedagogic anj administrative prob-
lems and will attempt to formulate
Councilman Burnett Roth receives a plaque for meritorious
service to the Zionist Organization of Amenca from Herbert
Lmick presscer.- of the Miami Beech District of the organiza-
tion. Others honored were Dr. Morris Goodman and Alex Van
Straiten.
Rabbi Gross to Attend Hebrew Day School Confab
National conference of leading
educator?, principal-. :eacher> and
*.he fieid of Hebrew-
day school education will take
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The conference is being conven-
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Hebrew Academy, of Miami Beach.
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Rabbi Alexander S. Gros*. prin-
cipal of the Academy and former
educational director of flank I'm
esorah. will be one of the prin-
cipal speaker at the conference
His topic will be "The Need for a
Secondar> Level in the Day School
Movement "
According to Dr Joseph Kamin-
director of Torah Umesorah.
.'the conference will deal with such
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LY. APRIL 29. 1955
iTIST WAS PERSON OF GREAT HUMOR
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ter Only Journalist Who Escorted Einstein on Flight
By BORIS SMOLAR
JTA
I was fortunate to be .the oijly journalist per-
il by I'ral. Albert Einstein to escort him to the
Id States when he left Europe in 1933 to settle
|is country. And it was one of the most unique
experiences in my life. The name
of the port from which Prof. Ein-
stein, his wife Elsa, and his sec-
retary, .Miss Helene Dukas. sailed
was kept a secret from the world.
So was the name of the ship on
which we traveled until it reach-
ed the high seas. Although it was
known that the scientist was
leaving Germany, no oneexcept
a few of his intimate friends
knew on wrfat day he left Berlin.
Leading American newspapers
' assigned special correspondents to cover Prof,
ttein's day-to-day doings during his voyage to
_ United States, but he managed to elude them.
Antwerp, whence we sailed, no one knew that
If Einstein had arrived to embark on a ship for
Kv York the following day. The hotel in this Bel-
port city cooperated in keeping Prof. Einstein's
k-ince a secret by not listing him in the registry
book. Only once during his 24-hour stay in this hotel
did Prof. Einstein leave* his room. This was when
he sneaked out with his wife late in the evening to
see a film in a cinema ,-Which could be entetcd
through the lobby of the hotel. He sat in the dark,
not recognized by anyone in the audience.
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any other passengers. There were no curious on-
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ship pulled out of the harbor that Prof. Einstein left
hjs cabin to take a walk. Most of the passengers
discovered his presence only when he appeared later
for lunch in the dining room, it was my privilege to
share the dining table with prof. Einstein, his wife
and Miss Dukas. This table for four was served by
a special waiter to whom Prof. Einstein took a special
liking and with whom he enjoyed exchanging jokes.
Serious as Prof. Einstein was, he revealed him-
self during the trip as- a person of great humor in
his leisure moments. Less than a year ago, when I
visited Prof. Einstein at his home in Princeton, he
reminisced about these leisure moments more than
20 years ago. His memory was fresh, and he con-
sidered the trip historic since it had brought such
a fundamental change in his life.
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RIDAY.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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LtS JEWISH CtW- iiee* JO
are jc Vicar.
Mr ari Mr* James Airafc 4560
njfl beecase Bar Matt-
el Self Control" Sae rah. bate Moms Harorax of the
ariim are at 45 : Hebrew Acaiearj will preach.
*e Mr. aad Mrs Mrftm ; ...
will heeaaae Bar Matrrah TOftAM TEMPLE .... r,>,z F-.
will dsrert the day i naing services at 6.45 nm.
ehaawea -
i.a Babes Loais Cassei aad
ETH JACOB CO*6*CATOW aatar Joseph -| Mann wiU aff>-
wifl bead F nates eweasag snnw.e* eiate
at 4 JO Satafwaa marnmg xrne>
are at J6 Baaca Abna Chili wiO TUan.E EJAAMO-CL wOl hahl
otfanate aad preach aa the sab- Fnasj eveaang services at 5 aad
la* Jewish Bean Caster i JO ojb_ .ta Babta Imac Lehr-
Aaroa Wesngartea wj] reader the nan ofiicsa.au anw preaching oa
aaaaacaf partasas of the btargv he toc.t. The Beads That Lead
Oaaa = Tabnad a at 5 JO Msarhi I
wdl preach aa the
At 5.15 pm- the
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HAST I OAST f-lSHKRHs |>(
West ftwfkr Streetoff tie Bride*
BETH DAvID SYNAGOGUE
hold Friday etenang services at
8 15 p.m. Gaest Baaca Hear) War
arJI riciare 1a the ahseace
of Rabbi Yaakoe Bosenberg Sab-
jeet of the ersoc ts schedaled as:
-SalkServant aad Savior of Mas
Blanches
anil reader the musical portions
of the liturgy- assisted by the choir
ander the direction of Mr* Miriam
- aerstag Oneg Shabhat will fol-
low Saturday morning services
a.-* 8 45 Martin aw of Mr aad
Mr Sana, aad Ellis, sea of
Mr aod Mr- Herman Goldstein,
will become Bai
ar i'. FO Dii:> -*mees
. be at 7 JO am aad 6 30
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION *, i bold Friday
eve- acr it 6 30 ;.
urday morning services are at 8 30
Raboi Simoa April mill officiate
and discuss Cure for Self-Bate
Cantor Derek. Ketetner will render
the wanted portions of the Irturgy
Class in M.-hna i- at 5 30 Daily
. be al 7 30 am and

CONGREGATION BETH EL will
bold Friday evening service^ it
6 30 Saturday morning services
an at 8 30 I aha Swir-
ikj Eiate and discu Va-
le* Tribute
to ." rj of
. Lut-
the mot ical por-
ii..:
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da> .! include

AGJDATH ISRAEL HEoREW
INSTITUTE
a*. I 45 Sal
are at 9 I
son c' Mr and Mr- Ji.ck Laaa, will
becorr.e Bar M.tzvah Rabbi Isaac
Ever will officiate Minctia i> at
6pm. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Boat will h* sterling Maar
iv the Sabbath ob-*rv
ancc Dai!> aarvieai are at 8 a m
and 6.45 p-m
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will bead Pndaj <-:t:.:i.i mvicvi
at 6:15. Lat^? service' are at 8 30
pm **ith Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "Waal is Faith'' Oneg
Shabbat will follow with Mr and
Mrs E.'wood Goldberg a hosts Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
Junior services will be at 10 i
Mincha is at 5:30 pan followed by
Shaios Seudos.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 4:46
Saturday morning services are at
8 45 Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
officiate and preach on the Week-
ly Portion. Mincha is at 6:45 p .
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services will be at 8 aaa. and 15
minutes bel'*e sundown Gene,
son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Paal.
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morniag
Candlelitrhting Time
IYAR 7 *: PJA
---------------------------------
nror Philip
will reader the masacal portions of
the liturgy Saturdav aaaraiaB
ion are at 9 Subject of the
.-". scheduled a- Seventh
Annisersary of the State of Israel "
Fred, son of Mr and Mr* Frank
Lane, a ill become Bar Mitzvah
Datrj **nices are in the chapel at
8 in the morning and 645 in the
evening
...
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER i!l held Friday
evening services at 8 15 Rabbi
Malcolm Sparer will officiate and
preach oa the topic: "What Israel
Means ta the Free World Jack
Stem will chant Kiddush Saturday
morning service* are at 9. Jack.
son of Mr and Mrs Max Stein, will
; become Bar Mitzvah
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold serviaes Fndav eve-
ning at 6:30 and 8 pm Rabbi
Maeer k>'-!mowTti will officiate
and preach OK The L.le :nd
Thoughts of Maimonides "' Cm r
Edward Kleta will render the
skal portion* of the liturgy as-
ted by the choir under the d;-ec-
uon of Eii aaaaaeh Saturday
morninE 45 Ba:
ry sr,n of Mr and Mr^. Joseph
Schultz will become Bar Mm
. .
TEMPLE SINAI
d Friday night auahaj a'
8 30 K d Shapiro will of
ficiate ai raid Coa-
of (*j4 i.antor Joseph Maiik
render in* musical portior
the Rev Mordechai Haai
man will conduct the choir Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored bj Mr-
Rose Zuckerman. Mr and Mr- Je-
*'.d Mr and Mrs
Siegel Kidlu-h will be chanted by
key Martin Saturday morning
nan are at 9 Subject of the
v-rmon w.ll be ba-ed on the Week
rj FortKin. Daily hwratag services
-re .
...
NORTH CADE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv
sees at 8:15. dedicafed to annual
membership Sabbath Rabbi Henry
Qkobca will preach on the toosc:
"We Value Membership Cantor
Maurice Sen will render the mu-
sical portion, of the liturgy Oneg
Shabbat folV/wuvg will he sponsor
ed by Mr aad Mrv Ralph Winston
Saturday aaormag seriates are at
9. when Gary, son of Mr and Mrs
Ralph Wnaston. will brr.it Bar
Mitzvah Bahbi Oheiica will dav
casa: "Cones aad Blessoacs."
. Daily services are at 7 JO am aad
7 paa-
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening serriee* at 8 JO Babes Ab-
wiU officiate aad
aa the topar: -Holy Di
Albert Uaatz
CNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
T*0M will bold Friday evening
serrate* at 615 pm Saturday
maau ienxts are at 8 30 Rab-
bi Jonah Caaian will preach oa
the tapir -Can Oae Love a
Class m ethics a
for 545 pm M:ncha
will he at J6 pm. followed by
Maam
a e
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
lay evening smites at 630
pjn Saturday arwif services
are at 9 am Rabbi Alexander
Gross will preach on the Weekly
Portion of the Law Mincha is at
*15?.t followed by Shalos Sen-
do* Daily services will beat 7.30
in the naormng aad 6J5 in the
evening, with Sunday morning ser-
vices schedaled at 8
...
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Fnoav evening services at
8 13pm Rabbi Leon Kromsfa will
narrate the musical draanalogue:
-Seventh B.rthdav of the Jewish
Motherland. Cantor Samuel Keie-
mer will sing, assisted by the Sis-
terhood choral group Saturday
morning services are at 10.45 am.
Burton D Corliss, son of Mr and
Mr? Benjamin Corliss, and Law-
rence Margolis. son of Dr. Bad Mrs
' Joseph B. Margolis. will become
Bar Mitzvah- Cantor Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
f liturgy

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' services at 7.30 pm. Herbert
Buchwaid will officiate, assisted by
the choir Slated is the first in a
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FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1955
+Jewlsti th>riaHar
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
Louis Shafkin has been re-
elected chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Planning Board.
Shafkin has been on the
board for five years and is
one of its original members.
Prior to assuming his present
post, he was project director
of parks, playgrounds,
beaches and golf courses.
Shafkin has been a resident
of Florida over 30 years.
Thomas J. Bowler was elect-
ed Planning Board vice chair-
man.
Israeli Stamps
On Exhibit Here
A mobile exhibit of Israel stamps
in honor q/ the seventh anniver-
sary of the Stale of Israel is now
touring the Greater Miami Jewish
community. The exhibit, which is
sponsored and displayed by the
Bureau o( Jewish Education of
Greater Miami, was prepared by
the Stamp Service of the Jewish
Agency of Palestine.
It consists of the rare first three
years of Israel stamp issues. Twen-
ty large panels are displayed, most
of which show corner blocks and
colorful "First Day Covers."
The exhibit contains the first
i-sue known as "Doar Ivri" (He-
brew Postage), which was readied
in anticipation of the proclamation
<>f statehood, before the name "Is-
rael" was chosen. Also included
in the exhibition are Jewish Na-
tional Fund stamps validated for
emergency postage by overprinting
the word "Doar." These were used
during the chaotic weeks before
the termination of the mandate,
prior to statehood. They picture
the late Chaim Weizmann, first
President of Israel, and Theodor
Herzl. founder of political Zionism.
The exhibit has already been dis-
played at Hitlel Foundation and
Beth David reUgious school. It will
also be shown at Temple Beth Shol-
om on Apr. 30 and May 1; Hebrew
Academy, May 3 and 4; Temple
Emanu-El. May 7 through 10;
North Shore Jewish Center, May 15
and 16; Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Beach Branch, May
17 through 19; Coral Gables Jewish
Center, May 21 through 24; and at
Greater Miami Jewish Community
enter. Town Branch, May 30 and
31.
Hebrew Speaking Group
To Celebrate Anniversary
Hebrew Speaking Group ot Mi-
ami will celebrate the seventh an-
niversary of Israel Saturday eve-
ning at Temple Emanu-El.
Noted poet J. J. Schwartz will
*peak on "Hebraic Poetry and its
Effect an Israel."
Others on the program will be
Saul Porush, Harry Perach, David
rriedman, Mrs. Harry Perach and
Irving Shalom.
Sisterhood Board Meeting
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will have
a board-meeting Wednesday morn-
mg, it has been announced by Mrs.
Rflbert Schweitzer, president.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
!?V".....'-'"<'>. Ueelring i,, .niiage In
'T/UT.S- i""''.'', "'" '<'> names of
^^CTaA.IRAR,A,o7S,?SI^
name with the Clerk of thel cirinilt
VounL.o( Dad, County, Florid*; .
MORTONnEoEL0^01?'' ""'"'
Attorney for Applicant
in W. Flakier St.
1/9-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
CHANDCAEDREVC0UNTY' FL0^DA\n^2
BOTHER BEO, Plaintiff, 87"
VS.
LOUIS y.Ko, Defendant
TO ^fs^r, PUBl",CAT.ON
ICHM Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, N.v.
Toti are hereby notified (hat a him
of Complaint for Divorce haj bean
ril, ii against you, ami yon are hereby
required to serve a cop) of your Ans-
wer to the Hill of Complaint'on I'lnin-
UffK attorney, anrl file the original
Answer In the office of the clerk of
the ( Ircult Court, nn or before the
Urd day of .May. IMS, otherwise the
alienation, of -mI.i BUI of Cnmnlalnt
will lie taken aj confessed against von
Dated thin 20th dav of April |95g
F. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, C^rult Court,
l>ade County. Florida
, By it. ii. kick, n:
(Man Deputy Clerk
flEORCIE 1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
1/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlne to enuace in
litminpHs under the fletltimu. name of
SAM r El. J. HORENREIN. at 05
Congress Hide.. Intend to reglgti
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
S'MIEL l HORENREIN
MARX K.r,MV,iM"x,:,:' "
tttorne) for Applicants
Kit Congress RI<1e.
4/22-29 3/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.vNOTICE, IS HEREBY OIVHN that
the undersigned, desirim, to engage In
E.u"iPK """Pr the fictitious name o?
KAYbTS CUT RATE DRUG STORE
at Hade County. Mori,la. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
17600 CORPORATION'
unom.. ..." Fiorina Corporation
ALBERT M. LEHRMAN
Attorney for ?70n Corporation
SOS Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
t/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, deslrinr to ens-age in
VSSSrST.'iSSS ,hr fsrtjMnus name of
JEW isil FORUM ON THE AIR, at S0|
B.W. I,Hi Avenue, intend to register
Raid name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count v Florida
KIMON SKIDKN
MARY SEIDEN
4/22-29 :,/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to neat,' In
hnsiness under Ihe fictitious name of
MIAMI MOVINC. AND STORAGE
cttRP.. at 174.1 8.W. Rth St.. Miami.
Fla.. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
GEORGE F. ANDRE
.__ _, ELIZABETH ANDRE
DAVID KATZ
Attorney for Miami Moving: &
Storao Corp.
4/1-S-1-.-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 178645
MAMUEL SANDERS, Plaintiff
BUl fLkEt[VtAkJ.HANDERA
($?fe&^irr*, hevftPel*
granMts, erealtots or other parties
clalmlni by. through, under oi against
OLLI8 MAE BANDERS;
\NI> A l.si i, aj p, the above-named
defendant-Individual, if she h.....
d, and all unknown hi ii
grantee*, creditor! or other parties
claiming by, through, undei or aKainst
sueh Defendant; and also
a i,i. OTHER and unknown peraoni
having or claiming to have anj right,
title or Interest In the! proper!) which
is the subject matter of this ault, said
property lying an,I being in Dade
< otinty. Fiorina, hi.I more particular!)
d< scribed an follows;
COMMENCING at the Interaectlon
of til,. Westerly right-of-way line of
The County Road (otherwise known
as Homes tead Avenue extended)
and the North line of Lot Of Sec
lion :,. Township ",6 South. Range I"
Hast, lying Westerly of said County
it-md or Homestead Avenue extend-
ed, according to ;i I'lul made li> A
A. Dooley, c.E., and recorded In
Book 1 of Blats at Page 4 of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida; THENCE run West along
the North line of said lad 5. a dis-
tance of Its feel to point, which
Is the Point OF BEGINNING:
THENCE run South a distance of
.'in feet to a point; THENCE run
Weal a distance of Inn feet to I
point; THENCE run North dis-
tance of Mi feet to a point; THENCE
run East a distance .,f Urn feel to
the POINT OP BEOINNINQ, being
a piece of land 50 feet deep and 100
feet frontage;
EXCEPT AND LESS, g strip of
land 50 (Ml deep and 10 feet front -
ate, described as follows. COM-
MENCING at the Intersection of the
Westerly right-of-way line of The
County Itoad (otherwise known as
Homestead Avenue extended) and
the North line of Lot :.. Section 5,
Township .",6 South. Range I" East.
lying Westerly of said Count) Roaa
or Homestead Avenue extended, ac-
cording tO I'lat made by A. A.
Dooley, c.l-;.. and recorded in Plat
Book I. I'Oge 4 of the Public lie.-ords
of Hade County, Klorida ; thence run
Weal along the North line of said
I.ot 5 a distance of 170 feet, more
or less, to a POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE run South a dis-
tance of .".(I feet to a poln); Til BNl I'
run West a distance of 10 feet to a
point; THENCE run North n dis-
tance Of 60 feet to a point; THENCE
run Fast a distance of 10 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING.
YOU AND BACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above-named Court by the
above-named Plaintiff for the pur-
pose of obtaining a divorce, a vinculo
niatrlmonil, of anil from the Defend-
ant, and a fee simple Interest In the
undivided one-half interest of the De-
fendant. OI.I.IK MAR BANDERS, in
and to the property hereinabo\e and.
particularly desiyihed.
Yi if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
AND REyi'IRED to file your answer
or other defensive pleading to Plain-
tiffs Complaint In said suit with the
Clerk of said Court and to serve
copy thereof upon REN ESSEN. At-
tornev for Plaintiff in said suit, at
I0M Kevbold Building. Miami 32. Flor-
ida, on or before the 23rd day of May.
raw. Herein fail not or Decree Pro
Confesso will he entered against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this istli day
of April, 0&. R I-RATHK,tMAN
Clerk of the circuit CoaiH
Bv: M. C CHEEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
4/22-29 5/0-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178656
JEAN A. CROWLEY, Plaintiff
CHARLES .1 rii'.vvi.P.V. lit .
w?MrQJ!?cW|. ".
2-1M C,tn Street. *^"
Astoria, New Yoik
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve s cop) of your Anawer
or Pleading to the Bill of c.....plaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, MIL-TON
II ItlCHMONI), l Lincoln Road Build-
int:. Miami Beach, Florida, and I lie
the original Answer oi Pleading in
the offii oi tin- Clerk or the Circuit
Court on oi before the SSrd da) Of
May, IMS, If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the Hill
of Complaint,
This notice shall published once
each week for four coneecuttve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this llth day of April, A.D.
1935.
E ['.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I hade t 'otinty. Florida
By I! II RICE, Mi.
(eh, nn Court Real) Deput) clerk
MILTON II. RICHMOND
Attornej for Plaintiff
1 Lincoln Itoad Building
Miami Beach, Florida
1/22-29 D/0-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IJNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAMF t AW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'he ondersi-oed. rleslHn" to enenee In
business under He fictitious name of
CAPITAL IWCSTMENT HOME
f.o.w COMPANY, Not Inc., at 2*01
w Fierier H'ret, MWml. Florida, in-
tend" to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Coiitv BVirt-'s
s\Mii-|. M sciim-k- s|.. owner
fJOl OMAN .< GOLDSTEIN
vttoroeys tor Registrant
I 22-29 'r>/6-13
NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE 18 HFHEHY OIVEN Hint
'he undersigned, deslrln<- to ensaee In
l.o^in^ss on-br Ihft fl,>tltlnl| nnnin cf
I'lHE IIAIIC I'RODCCTS OF FI.OB-
il'\. at MOO Blacayne Blvd.. Intends
to reelster said name with the Clerk
,.f the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
pvvvovn K. CEISEL, Owner
KKSSI.EIt OARfl
i"ot-"^\s for Aindicant
17I W. Flagler St.
4/15-22-29 I I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE, No. 34902A
In Ret ESTXTK OF
JACOB HOFFMAN. 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 vou. or
either of vou. tiiav buve aeulnst the
.,( JACOB HOFFMAN deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
I hi Honorable c.uintv Judges of Dade
Coiuitv. and file Qie sai.....n thalr
offb.s in the Countv Court ho
I'm de Countv l-lorlda. within elaht
calendar months from Ihe date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
,.r demands In contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, 01 sniir
Will be 1 M led
Pate Mar II. A.D. i'c
REBA HOFFM N.
As Executrix of the I-ast T\ 111
end Testament of
ACOR uiiii-MN. Deceased.
KOVNER AND MANNHEIMER
Attoraevs for Executrix
4/2-16-42-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALHAMBRA 8LNDRIE8, at 12103
\* W, 7th Ai'enue. North Miami, in-
tend to register said name "itli the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
countv. Florida.
IIAItltY WEIS'E
JENNIE WEISE
HERBERT WEISE
NADLER & ll nick
Attorneys for Applicants
412 Rlecajrne Bidg.
I, 22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
PARKOTEL SERVICE, at 249 N.E.
Ird Street, Miami. Hade Countv, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
LEDA, INC., a Florida corporation
- By: 8/ LOL'IS WEISENTHAL
President
Attest: s BERNARD FALK
Sei retary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ.
Ait.......y for LEDA. INC.
103 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
I B-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
HENRY'S, at 4201 8 W Sth Street,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HENRY MART1NELLI
KESSLER & OAKS
Attorneys for Applicant
1TS2 West Flagler S'trcet
'-1R-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173209
CORNELIA ANN GOODFR1END
Plaintifr,
lin.S'XW. EllWIN' floDliFRtENIi.
su.t for"d,Vorc'e"""
TO: DONALD ERW1N dOODFRlEND
. o Jacob I loodfriclld
185.......an A\ enue
I Irookl) n. New York
You, DONALD ERWIN GOOD-
FRIEND, are hereby notified thi a
Bill of Cfiinplaint for Divorce lla-
filed agalnsl you, and yvu are re
ed to serve s copy of your Answi
pie iding to the Bill of > 'aTmpIalnt on
the plaiiitlif s Attorneys, ARONO-
VITZ, ARONOV1TZ A- CATO1N, "48
Beybold Hnilding. Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or I'leadini;
ill the office of the Clerk of till
'nit court on or before the ath '1
May. 195S If you fall to do so,
inenl by default will be taken al
you for the relief demanded iii the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published
each week for four consecutive wi
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE \N'I' ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, tins Sth day of April, A D,
1933,
B B, LEATHERMAN,
Cl.ik. Circuit Court,
Dade Countv. Florida
By JOAN COURNOYER.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ* CAIDIN
At toi ne) [or Plaintiff
7 1- SeyboM Building, Miami. Florida
4/8-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34731-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOHN P, REABDi N a k a
J P. RBARDON, JOHN
PATRICK REARDON, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel sons II
Ing Claims or Demands Against gs i
Estate
Yon. and each of you. are hi
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which you, OT
either Of vou maV have against the
estate of JOHN P REARDON,
di i ed late of Hade County, 1-1
t.i the lion. FRANK B. BOWLING,
County Judge of Hade Countv', and
fib- the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Hade Countv".
Florida, within eight calendar months
the date of the firs! publication
hereof. Saiil claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the '
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be bi
s.e Section 120 of the ll>":> Pri
Act
Hale April :,, A.D. is.'..".
EDWARD E REARDON,
As Executor of the 1-ast Will
and Testament of
John P. REARDON, etc.
Deci
WALLACE N MABR
Attorne) for Edward E. Beardon,
Executor
4/ir>-22-29 ."'6 ______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desliiiic to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LE BERNI STUDIOS, al T*"'1 Blacayne
Blvd., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SELMA LEO CORPORATION
MAX KOOAN
Attoi nev for Applicants
I Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI N that
Oie undersigned, desiring to engage in
Business under the fictitious name of
DECTONE CO., at 573 B.W. 22nd Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the; clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
El,Molt SPECTOR
MYERS. IIEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Elinor Spector
(SO Seybold Building, Miami, Ftorldn
4 HS-22-29 _____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178685
BARBARA ANN TEACHMAN.
Plaintiff
D0RWARD KitANcis ti:miimaN.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; DOHWARH FRANCIS
TEACHMAN
136 Sunnyslde Boulevard
Humont. New Jersey
You are berebv notified that a Bill
ot complaint for Divorce hai
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a c.ipv of your Answer or
lidding to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, arono-
VITZ. ARONOVITZ & CAIDIN, IS
Reybold Bullillng, Miami, Florida, and
file the oilglnal Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clark of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 23rd (MS
of Mav, lli.".."i. If you fail to do so.
IudKiiient by defnult will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaecutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I k.iida. this null day of April, A.D.
l9jS' r, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court.
Dade County. Florida
Bv M c GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
aronovitz, ARONovrre
CAIDIN
Attorneys for i'laintiff
bold Building. Miami. Florida
4/22-29 5/6-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TERRY ROYS RENDEVOUS, al
;..| N W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
MARSH M.I. L. LAMBERT
tSole Owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
:':.is w. Flagler street, Miami. Florida
I 15-22-29 5/1 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
SUN CITY MOTBL, at 17400 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
.~ierk of ifcs Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
JOHN DIOIOVANNA
FRANK ABRAMS
HARRY MEREBMAN
iCtBWARTZ fc ZINN
Utoi n. ys foi Applicants
Hnslev Bld., Miami. Florida
1/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 178072
JOHN J. DOTTER, I'lamtiff,
HELEN I. DOTTER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; HELEN I- DOTTER
No 2 Lincoln Court.
Trenton, New Jersey __.
TOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
ervc copy of your gnawer to the
complaint for divorce filed herein on
the plaintiffs attorney. RICHARD
KRIBGER FINK, 1612-1619 Congress
Building. Miami. Florida, and to file
the original in the office of the Clerk
ol the above Court on or befor. the
9th dav of May. 1965; othcrwl.-e a
default will be entered against VOU.
DATED: tliis 31st day of March,
"** i: I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Court
By WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
4/S-17,-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA
COUNTY.
RICHARD
VS.
MILDRED
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No. 177899
EARL WILLIAMS.
Plaintiff
DELOISE WILLIAMS.
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; MILDRED DELOISE WILLIAMS
M South Hinkley Street
Stockton. California"
Yon are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against vou. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M.
c.MN, 2518 West Flaeler Street, Ml
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the ci, rk of the circuit Court on or
before the 16th day of May. IMS, I
vou fall to do so. judgment bv default
will I,,- taken against you for th<
lief demanded in the Bill of Complain'
This notice shall be published
each week for four consecutive wee
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WUDAY^APrti,
NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Governor Theodore R. McKtldin of Maryland, president of the two-
year old American-Israel Society, revealed that his organiation is plan-
ning a two-sided independence celebration. While a delegation of the
group's founders, headed by Gov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan,
will commemorate the event in Jerusalem, the organization itself will
observe the occasion at its second annual dinner in Washington .
Addressing college students and faculty members at a New York sym-
posium arranged by the American Jewish Congress recently. Dr. Carl
Herman Voss, chairman of the executive committee of the American
Christian Palestine Committee, declared that the recent barrage of
anti-Israel and pro-Arab propaganda which has been let loose in Amer-
ica 'bids fair to undo much good and commit great harm unless it is
successfully withstood and countered. Its effects on the policies of the
Near East Division of the U.S. State Department make it all the more
deadly. As a Christian minister,'' Dr. Voss said, "I cannot help but to
deplore the false witness borne by the major pro-Arab and anti-Israel
organizationsthe Friends of the Middle East and the Council for Juda-
ism." The American Jewish Tercentenary Committee announces
that the final Tercentenary affair will lake place Wednesday evening.
June 1, at Carnegie Hall in New York. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Adlai
E. Stevenson, Dr. Israel Goldstein and Jacob Blaustein will be the prin-
cipal speakers. .
The political storm over Edward Corsi's dismissal: "The dismissal
of Edward Corsi as special assistant to Secretary Dulles on refugee and
immigration problems.'' said ADL chairman Henry Edward Schultz.
"is a victory for the anti-immigration forces, which the country can ill
afford, a doleful sign of how far the State Department has strayed
from the humanitarian instincts and the national interest. Mr. Corsi is
an ideal public servant whose long record of loyal and patriotic service
is an eloquent rebuttal to the unjustified smear attack made by Con-
gressman Walter. Only our Communist enemy will profit from Mr.
Corsi's dismissal." Meanwhile, in Washington, Mr. Corsi lashed out
af Scott McLeod, State Department security director who operates the
nation's refugee program. "Mr. McLeod deliberately misled the Com-
mittee," Corsi charged. "He had said that he had asked me to resign.
Never in the slightest degree, by inuendo let alone by direct statement,
did he indicate to me any desire on his part that I should resign." .
Drew Pearson, referring to the Corsi affair, charged that Dulles is kow-
towing to Congressmen. "During Dulles' first two years in the State De-
partment," said Pearson, "he listened intentively to the threats of Mc-
Carthy. If McCarthy even whispered. Dulles bowed. McCarthy is hoarse
today and few people are listening, but Dulles is still bowing to Con-
gressmen. In Corsi's case it was Rep. Francis Walter, with an indirect
assist from Sen. McCarthys pal, Scott McLeod. To appease McCarthy.
Dulles two years ago put McLeod in charge of security and immigra-
tion."' .
ADL announces that American Legion Commander Irving Break-
stone has accepted the resignation of Fred B. Pleasant of Mattoon, 111.,
from the Legion's Anti-Subversive Commission, following Pleasant's
rtiusal to answer accusations of anti Semitic activity. Keendert and
Elizabeth Hordijk, who had risked their lives to protect five Jews
during the Nazi invasion of The Netherlands, paid a brief visit to the
IN last week prior to their departure for the West Coast where they
plan to settle on a farm given them by Allen H. Habin in admiration of
their bravery. Dr. Austin M. Brues, president of the American ASM
ciation for Cancer Research, has bitterly assailed the Government'-
security system. During his presidential address before the group meet
ing in San Francisco last week, he called for legislation in the ethics
of the use of unsubstantiated and anonymous material collected during
investigations ol American scientists. .
EUROPE
The Soviet Union, with it ayes on Iran. Iraq and Turkey, has issued
a warning that it cannot remain indifferent to the Western-sponsored
military alliances in the Near and Middle East. The Kremlin has threat-
ened to appeal to the UN should the creation of such pacts continue. .
At the UN, the Soviet leaders are certain of the backing of at least two
membersEgypt and India. The recent bomb outrages on the island
of Cyprus have been attributed directly to the London Government's
"intransigence," according to Archbishop Makarios, the orthodox pre-
late of Cyprus and leader of the pro-Greek movement called enosis. .
Western diplomats throughout Europe, suspicious of the recent Soviet
Austrian talks, are wondering whether the Kremlin is not using Austria
as a "bait" to draw some of the smaller Western European countries into
its orbit. Some of them fear that the reactionary Nazi-tainted Julius
Raab might have entered into some secret deal with the Soviet Union
at the expense of the U.S. and the West.
PEOPLE
Former Premier of Egypt. Mohammed Naguib has come out with a
book"Egypt's Destiny." It was published by Doubleday last week. .
Roy H. Cohn has criticized a seven-member report on the Fort Mon-
mouth hearings to be submitted to the New Jersey Bar Association. He
called it one-sided and unjustified. The report charged that the Senate
group's 1953 hearings on Fort Monmouth security problems were "con-
ducted in an improper manner." Cohn complained that the Bar Associ-
ation Committee "had never contacted me with reference to the inquiry"
and therefore could not get his side of the picture. Dr. I. I. Rabi,
Noble Prize winner in physics, has been elected one of six vice presi-
dents at the UN conference on peaceful use of atomic energy to be held
in Geneva in August. "I was always proud of him. I felt that whatever
he would touch would be a success." said Dr. Jonah E. Salk's mother
when she first heard the news of the vaccine's success. .
K'Txetnick is the pen name of the author of "Doll House," a heart
rendering account of Nazi brutality against Jewish women. Simon &
Schuster published the volume on Friday, Apr. 22. The Hebrew edition
has been a best seller in Israel. The author, now in Tel Aviv, himself
had lived through the horrors he depicts in his volume. Moshe Kohn
translated the work into English. New York Times Israel correspon-
dent, Harry Gilroy, reports on the present mood in Israel: "The basic
point is that many Israelis are growing increasingly critical of the acts
of international bodies and the speeches of statesmen abroad. In this
mood, if the conflict with Egypt drags on, many Israelis will press the
Government to chuck the armistics overboard. Quite a few are arguing
right now that the armistice brings no benefits and hampers Israel's
freedom to use military force. Regardless of what anyone abroad thinks
about this mood in Israel it should be taken into account," Gilroy con-
cludes.
Cerebral Parsy Unit Will Elect Officers
Slate of officers for the M.ami retary; Jo Kimme.m.n. correspond
Women's Unit will be presented
at the May 2 meeting of the United
Cerebral Palsy Clinic. 1612 SW 1st
st., Miami.
Nominating committee will list
t h e following: t h e Mesdames
Claire Arlen. president; Florence
Einbinder, first vice president;
David Matter, second vice presi
dent; Elsie Holston. recording see-
ing secretary; and Dorothy Spence,
treasurer.
Board of Directors to be present-
ed are the Mesdames Laurice
Reece, Elva Mae Merchant, Flor-
ence Rapoport. Elinor Fugur, Bebe
Finn; Ruth Elkin, Ruby Shear,
Helen Leder and Lydia dellir.tch.
Mrs. Herbert Hodes will be chair-
man of the forthcoming installa-
tion of officers.
Artist's Painting ,^Jl
Miami art.M KtiKPne j^J
have an exhibit,,,,, ( hll piu
at the Studio (raft Shop, p.
Grove, beginning May 2. tv]
jhibition is sch,.dlod,hr0UEll'
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to David Alfaro SeqUJeren
Mexican muralist.
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ma neon win RETURN TO MIAMI %  %  1 MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1955 SECTION B NfW ISRAEL NOVEL NOW IN TRANSLATION T ts recently submitted by a even member committee ere. Wife of a Miami televilon executire, Mrs. Schechfcr is a mother and active lub woman. She wears softtailored glothes that beome her tall, slender figure. Committee members said she Jis excellent at choosing colIrs that go with her own collung." Sen. Neuberger To be Speaker At Installation Leading Miamians and officials of the city, county and state government are expected to attend the annual installation of officers and banquet of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Sunday evening, May 22, at the Saxony hotel. United States Sen. Richard L. Neuberger, of Oregon, will be guest speaker. Officers to be installed are Michael Sossin, president; Allen Goldberg, Alvin Hellman, George Kronengold and Irving Schatman, vice presidents; Harry Milton Lazer, recording secretary. Joseph A. Kogos, treasurer; Jack M. Fink, financial secretary; Gershon S. Miller, monitor; Abe Swartz, assistant monitor; Daniel H. Broad, warden; Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian. Trustees are Jack August, Paul Seiderman, Harold Turk, William Agranove, William Bornstein, Sam A Goldstein, Meyer Teigman, Abe Frankel and Aaron Newman. Gershon ^>. Miller is retiring president. Mount Sinai Hospital Plans $4 Million Development, Ruskin at Helm of Drive The Jewish Community of South Florida will be asked to participate in the building of a new $4,000,000 300-bed Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, it was announced this week by Max Orovitz, hospital president, who named Dan B. Ruskin as chairman of the development fund committee. Orovitz said that the proposed building will be a joint project of the hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The new peal for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1950, served as that organization's president in 1951 and 1952 and, since that time, holds the title of honorary p/e-ident. He is a member of the citizens board of the University of Miami and the board of directors of the Miami Heart Institute. He is also a trustee of Temple Israel. Ruskin has a controlling intere-t in the newly constructed Dan hotel in Tel Aviv and is also active in building will be located in Miami i exploring oil prospects in Negev, Ruskin 200 ATTEND MUTING HERE Home Elects Kurman to Fourth Term As President, Indebtedness Reduced Beach on Collins Island, immediately adjacent to the present hospital, and it is hoped to start construction next year. "Greater Miami came into being because a few had the courage and the convictions to believe in the destiny of Southern Florida to become great. Mt. Sinai Hospital as it is today is a tribute to those who saw the need to build and grow with the community, but we must continue to grow and expand to keep up with our obligation and dedication to the residents and visitors in this area," Orovitz said, in explaining the decision to augment present hospital services with a modern, 300-bed hospital facility. tAEL FREEDOM THE ME !0 Miami Women Attend Regional ladassah Meeting hadassah women from the entire •le of Florida will meet at the bort;e Washington hotel in West >lm Beach for a three-day sesOii. May 1 through 3, for the fifth Inual conference Of the Florida egion of Hadassah. |Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president the Florida Region, Mrs. Milton rkin, vice president and regionconference chairman, and Mrs. >muel Z. Sakrais, president of the Water Miami Chapter of Hadash. will head a group of more than delegates from the Greater Miii area. Mrs. Carl Grukenfeld, Palm each conference chairman, will reside at the opening session Sunay morning. Principal speaker at the banquet Sunday evening will be-Hugh gel. information officer of the Jnited States Embassy. He has hosen as his subject "Israel-Arab Relations." Conference theme is dedicated the tenth anniversary of the I e a t h of Henrietta Szold who minded Hadassah in 1912. More than 200 board members of the Jewish Home for the Aged and its Women's Auxiliary attended a meeting at Temple Emanu-El entire indebtedness of the Home, amounting to $90,000, would be wiped out "and that both program the southern section of Israel. In accepting the chairmanship of the development fund campaign, I Ruskin said: "This new building will represent a major investment by our community in the health of people living and visiting in Southern Florida, and in the health of the residents of the state of Florida, as well as an investment in our own health and the health of our families." He explained that the solicitation will be a capital fund appeal for construction purposes and contributions are payable over a five year period. Tracing the history of the present institution, Ruskin recalled Long active in civic and philan-^ that Mount Sinai Hospital of thropic work in South Florida, Greater Miami opened on Dec 5. Ruskin already serves as chairman 1949 as a 100-bed hospital, but the of the hospital's building commitdemand or hospital beds.increased tee and has been a vice president ^rapidly that by September • %  of the organization sin*ce 1952. I 1950. the capacity of the hospital ,. .. .,„„ was increased to 175 beds and in Ruskin, who resides at 5480 258 ^ and ^ ba ,. North Bay rd„ Miami Beach, is coowner of Public Gas Co*.; president sincts and facilities will be markedly ex. eott Pe .~ cm-" secretary-1 The hospital has already won aa Monday nignt and reelected Abe panded so that the Home may i ? f Sc ot er Kurman to a fourth term as president of the Home. Barney B. Lee, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the following slate of officers, who in addition to Kurman, were unanimously elected: Harold B. Spaet, honorary president; S. I. Bernbaum, chairman of the board; Col. Jacob M Arvey, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips, vice presidents; Jack Carner, treasurer; Sam Resnick, financial secretary; Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording secretary; and Mrs. Sol Silverman, corresponding secretary. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, installed the officers. Dr. Rosenberg paid tribute to Kurman for "unusually devoted work and leadership during the past three years." Kurman received a rising ovation when, in a surprise move, he burned two bank notes worth $20,000, thereby further reducing the debt on the new Ablin Memorial to $30,000. At the dedication of the new building last December, the indebtedness amounted to $100,000. Kurman stated that 1955-56, as the 10th anniversary year, was special year for the Home. He promised the gathering that the • !" y Treasurer of the Alfred Destin Co.; i tion-wide recognition through its make a maximum contribution to, pr s j d ent of the Rusoro teaching program and has been the total community and its sen-1 o & R Assets Inc Gator prominent in varied research projCorpi' and the First Florida Mortgage Corp. He is also a member of the Board of directors of the Community National Bank of Bai Harbour. Long active in community projects, Ruskin was campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish ApM. J. Kopelowitz, retiring board chairman, was presented with a scroll on behalf of the board by Spaet, who paid tribute to his leadership and "untiring efforts on behalf of the Home during the past three years." PLAY RKAUS BAT AM Coral Gables Theater Group Will Stage Xry Havoc'Here May 8 to 11 Bob Brenner, director of the : production as "Grace." Mrs. Shaw Coral Gables Jewish Center Little was last seen in "All My Sons/' Theater Group, will open with his Fran Brenner, teen-age daug 'oyor Aronovitz to Speak It Women's Installation Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will uuest speaker at an installation meeting of Miami B'nai B'rith Vomen on Tuesday noon. May 3, the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Mrs. Murray Lazarus will be installed for her second term as President. Others are Mrs. Murray ladstone, Mrs. David Aipert and |'rs. Abc*Aronovitz, vice presiI'li ntv Installing officer will be Mrs. B. jWein. Mrs. Philip Rand and Mrs. %  George Leibman are in charge of reservations. _jj^"ff"Wfc• f next production, "Cry Havoc," on Saturday, May 7th, at the Center's theater, 320 Palermo ave. Curtain time for each production is 8:30 p.m., and other performances are scheduled for May 8 through 11. "Cry Havoc," a play in three acts, was written by Allan R. Kenis a ward and was originally staged in New York at the Morosco Theater. Gail Podell, last seen in "Morning Star" and Spring Song." will play the role of "Doc" Marsh, head medical officer of a nurses' group in Bataan during World War II, while Rose Rovin, who played the lead role in "The Willow and I," takes the part of "Smitty," top ranking officer in the detachment. The part of "Flo." the main comedy relief in the play, is taken by Kitty Gateman, who has appeared previously in "The Willow and I." while Ida Beck, who took starring roles in "Power Without ter of the director, who has previously been seen in "Power Without Glory," and "Personal Appearance," will play "Lydia" in "Cry Havoc." The cast is completed by Geri Lieber as "Andra;" Isobel Birk as "Helen;" Linda Rovin as "Sadie;" Mariana May as "Sue." Rita Klein as "Steve;" and Esther Cone, as the native woman. In charge of reservations is Charlotte Halpert. Proceeds of all Center plays go to the Coral Gables Jewish Center general fund. Sets for "Cry Havoc" were built by Sol Rovin. Glory" as Anna, and more recently | in Miami Beach. United Synagogue Reelects Present Officers All officers were relectcd as the Southeast regional conference of the United Synagogue of America ended Sunday at the Johnina hotel Akt Umm appeared as the lead role of "Lorna" in "Golden Boy," will take the part of "Connie" in this production. Mildred W.isman, who has been among the most active women performers of the Center Little Theater Group, will appear again as "Pat." Mrs. Wasman was last seen in the starring role of "Personal Appearance," while Ann Shaw will make another appearance in this Renamed to their posts were Philip Selber, of Jacksonville, president; Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz. of Miami Beach, James Permutt, of Birmingham. Ala.. Nathan Schneider, of Lakeland, and Myer Tannen baum, of Savannah, Ga., vice presidents; Jerry Sussman, of Miami Beach, secretary; and Hyman Meltz. of Atlanta, treasurer. About 200 persons attended the conference. Town Broach Plans Annual Spring Frolic Annual spring frolic of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be held on Saturday evening. May 7, at the Town Branch, it was announced by Bernard Weksler, chairman of the planning council. Under the leadership of Stuart Winston, ticket chairman for this event, well over 700 tickets have already been distributed, and many notables are expected to attend this gala function. Others on the committee include: Mrs. Phil Schiff, Mrs. Bernard Weksler. Mrs. Stuart Winston, Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross, Mrs. Arnold Spivack, Mrs. Al Daniels. Irving Lax. Henry Garison, Leon Kaplan, Leon Epstein and Hyman Kam.



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PAGE :CB %  RIDAY. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY M|g 2S. Mr at —Jim Oneg t HBM Deb* Girls will throb formaT 30. at HiIM uty of Milan *-— ntnhi aT^ ^^P^ I Jackie I***, rvT^ 1 of rui BtU'ibi Saam StwL'*" -heart .. %  M ^ presadeat a Jlmfraa,] on the I nrverAdvisor is Mr* Sell Wwh Bl WeeeJy P a rt— L JW amts, tanas, at the kr Kun BCTM ISIAEL now w~ LtS JEWISH CtWiiee* JO are JC Vicar. Mr ari Mr* James Airafc 4560 njfl beecase Bar Mattel Self Control" Sae rah. bate Moms Harorax of the ar i im are at • 45 : Hebrew Acaiearj will preach. *e Mr. aad Mrs Mrftm ; ... will heeaaae Bar Matrrah TOftAM TEMPLE .... r,>,z F-. will dsrert the day i naing services at 6.45 nm. ehaawea i.a Babes Loais Cassei aad %  ETH JACOB CO*6*£CATOW aatar Joseph -| Mann wiU aff>wifl bead F nates eweasag snnw.e* eiate at 4 JO Satafwaa marnmg xrne> are at J6 Baaca Abna Chili wiO TUan.E EJAAMO-CL wOl hahl otfanate aad preach aa the sab* Fnasj eveaang services at 5 aad la* Jewish Bean Caster i JO OJB_ .ta Babta Imac LehrAaroa Wesngartea wj] reader the nan ofiicsa.au anw pr eaching oa aaaaacaf partasas of the btargv he toc.t. The Beads That Lead Oaaa = Tabnad a at 5 JO Msarhi I wdl preach aa the At 5.15 pmthe -Ethaes of the ts at 5 JO leiHAST I OAST f-lSHKRHs | >( West ftwfkr Street—off tie Bride* BETH DAvID SYNAGOGUE hold Friday e t e nang services at 8 15 p.m. Gaest Baaca Hear) War %  arJI riciare 1a the ahseace of Rabbi Yaakoe Bosenberg Sabjeet of the •ersoc ts schedaled as: -Salk—Servant aad Savior of Mas Blanches anil reader the musical portions of the liturgyassisted by the choir ander the direction of Mr* Miriam aerstag Oneg Shabhat will follow Saturday morning services a.-* • 8 45 Martin aw of Mr aad Mr Sana, aad Ellis, sea of Mr aod MrHerman Goldstein, will beco m e Bai ar i'. FO Dii:> -*mees be at 7 JO am aad 6 30 MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION *, i bold Friday eveacr it 6 30 ;. urday morning services are at 8 30 Raboi Simoa April mill officiate and discuss Cure for Self-Bate Cantor De r ek. Ketetner will render the wanted portions of the Irturgy Class in M.-hna iat 5 30 Daily be al 7 30 am and • • CONGREGATION BETH EL will bold Friday evening service^ it 6 30 Saturday morning services an at 8 30 I aha Swirikj Eiate and discu Vale* Tribute to ." rj of Lutthe mot ical porii..: : by i. d •. / •.• da> .! include • • • AGJDATH ISRAEL HEoREW INSTITUTE a*. I 45 Sal are at 9 I son c' Mr and MrJi.ck Laaa, will becorr.e Bar M.tzvah Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate Minctia i> at 6pm. followed by Shalos Seudos. Boat will h* sterling Maar iv the Sabbath ob-*rv ancc Dai!> aarvieai are at 8 a m and 6.45 p-m WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will bead Pndaj <-:t:.:i.i mvicvi at 6:15. Lat^? service' are at 8 30 pm **ith Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating and preaching on the topic: "Waal is Faith'' Oneg Shabbat will follow with Mr and Mrs E.'wood Goldberg a hosts Saturday morning services are at 9 Junior services will be at 10 i Mincha is at 5:30 pan followed by Shaios Seudos. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 4:46 Saturday morning services are at 8 45 Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:45 p followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 8 aaa. and 15 minutes bel'*e sundown Gene, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Paal. will becom e Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morniag Candlelitrhting Time IYAR 7 — *: PJA nror Philip will reader the masacal portions of the liturgy Saturdav a a ar a ia B ion are at 9 Subject of the —.-•". scheduled aSeventh Annisersary of the State of Israel Fred, son of Mr and Mr* Frank Lane, a ill become Bar Mitzvah Datrj **nices are in the chapel at 8 in the morning and 645 in the evening ... HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER i!l held Friday evening services at 8 15 Rabbi Malcolm Sparer will officiate and preach oa the topic: "What Israel Means ta the Free World Jack Stem will chant Kiddush Saturday morning service* are at 9. Jack. son of Mr and Mrs Max Stein, will ; become Bar Mitzvah NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold serviaes Fndav evening at 6:30 and 8 pm Rabbi Maeer k >'-!mowTti will officiate and preach OK The L.le :nd Thoughts of Maimonides "' Cm r Edward Kleta will render the skal portion* of the liturgy asted by the choir under the d;-ecuon of Eii aaaaaeh Saturday morninE 45 Ba: ry sr, n of Mr and Mr^. Joseph Schultz will become Bar Mm TEMPLE SINAI d Friday night a u a haj a' 8 30 K d Shapiro will of ficiate ai raid Coa%  of (*J4 i.antor Joseph Maiik render in* musical portior the Rev Mordechai Haai man will conduct the choir Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored bj MrRose Zuckerman. Mr and MrJe*'.d Mr and Mrs Siegel Kidlu-h will be chanted by key Martin Saturday morning nan are at 9 Subject of the v-rmon w.ll be ba-ed on the Week rj FortKin. Daily h w ra ta g services -re ... NORTH CADE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening serv sees at 8:15. dedicafed to annual membership Sabbath Rabbi Henry Qkobca will preach on the toosc: "We Value Membership Cantor Maurice Sen will render the musical portion, of the liturgy Oneg Shabbat folV/wuvg will he sponsor ed by Mr aad Mrv Ralph Winston Saturday aaormag ser i ates are at 9. when Gary, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Wnaston. will b rr .i t Bar Mitzvah Bahbi Oheiica will dav casa: "Cones aad Blessoacs." Daily services are at 7 JO am aad 7 paaTIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening serriee* at 8 JO Babes AbwiU officiate aad aa the topar: -Holy Di Albert Uaatz •CNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAT*0M will bold Friday evening serrate* at 615 pm Saturday %  maau ienxts are at 8 30 Rabbi Jonah Caaian will preach oa the tapir -Can Oae Love a Class m ethics a for 545 pm M:ncha will he at €J6 pm. followed by Maam a e • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold lay evening smites at 630 pjn Saturday arwif services are at 9 am Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law Mincha is at *15?.T followed by Shalos Sendo* Daily services will beat 7.30 in the naormng aad 6J5 in the evening, with Sunday morning services schedaled at 8 ... TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Fnoav evening services at 8 13pm Rabbi Leon Kromsfa will narrate the musical draanalogue: -Seventh B.rthdav of the Jewish Motherland. 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PAGE 2 B PoweM Seeks Reelection to Beach Council FMDAY. APML 23 MAO. ""t ;.::-:-:: -?*-. S*=L. —ea=a of "Tnend* of the Sem&nC a iiTU i— d by Jeft to right; jamvi. M. Baa* and Samuel J. Harpcrin. and CVi \m FnK=.=. %  %  %  cc-cScrraiec at the : '*>* naiyii %  — atoning st As r* rice preakJenta of Tempi* of ih* South FVmda region of ft* Jewish Theological Mi fint try by wnt Bade ~er.f S \ Coemtaaa." -This thing of man a Miami Beach an* to the county eoaunissaon by a county-wide vote is entirely undemocratic Meaiben of the county board should be elected within the districts they repreWie* added. Rounding oat his campaign activates Wien announced Attorney Fred Baisden and Dr Abe HoUender will serve as co-campaign chairjner; ar.d Leonard Abess will treasurer with Carl Sus*kiad and David Phillip* the finance committee 1MM laaea. U. U7%Z2* •-•1711 cwroa T a INt taKou.^ •ant ••73 AWMW %  • OlSHtt 3*m Tear •• ai^j hat. r*WV. ."W-"W-V. HW New Coke Maes Spur Baking Skill MAX P. 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PAGE 8 B %  kmiit HcrkMar Mrs. Boltuch in Second Term as Unit President George BaJtuch wa installed for a s*cood tertt as president rth Short Chaptar of B'nai Wontt at a luncheon Wede "Monte Carlo hotel. 25 percent memberjncrea^e during the past j goal of the even greater mer-bership for the year ahead." -aidJack R Weir. *j' the iner. and chairman of the Sar Taran. -tailed include presider.t— Mrs Sam Be J Schwarr. Mr? I Pincvs and MrBenjaaajn Kimme rar — Sadye : ne*. Iff Hn V:chael Kahr. with Stkauti and rctOrj — i hariotte Brown. w;th aBeile P^merance and Jeanne -cretarv — Mr* %  r. >haa historian — Mr> %  VrLawrence ardiaa — Dor counselor — Mraarajr* president — Ph:lhp* — n Mart a. Rae Hoff-.-. MrWein and RV>e Le\en narge -rangemenT> and %  %  H MrHerbert FRIDAY, APRIL 20 IQec standards in religious studies, fos-1 a definite unified platform for all tering the building of secondary I Hebrew day schools. Hebrew day schools, teacher training and recruitment and many otherThe conference will also present work>h'>p aaaftoai on specific pedagogic anj administrative problems and will attempt to formulate Councilman Burnett Roth receives a plaque for meritorious service to the Zionist Organization of Amenca from Herbert Lmick presscer.of the Miami Beech District of the organization. Others honored were Dr. Morris Goodman and Alex Van Straiten. Rabbi Gross to Attend Hebrew Day School Confab National conference of leading educator?, principal-. :eacher> and *.he fieid of Hebrewday school education will take •/?T\rnR. I'ARLYLK VJL/^uAL-TU Ll Tat Saata's •rtstaMiat "^ 1 31 Tat leetks 0in:i4.i ~^~ jni Ci~; tor leys A C • s HENDERSOHVILLE. N. C. •-: F*C LIT ES : "'" QUALITIES I — I I %  : %  c-ft %  --_-• Ca V' A %  #. M s-asx. -—-• >E t-aaaai Oc-ei-ej : J*X zt i *s i-i. : 2-3 ,. ... t~ • HMSEIACK IIDfllC • WATER SPRITS • PIRATE LAKE • tsmj TTMIS • OVEMICMT TUPS • MODEM CAllRS ti:f IK tin fI place May 13 to 15 at Lakewood. XJ The conference is being convened by Torah I'mesorah. national m -ciety for Hebrew day >chools Hebrew Academy, of Miami Beach. is one of the 170 such schools affiliated with Torah I'mesorah. Rabbi Alexander S. Gros*. principal of the Academy and former educational director of flank I'm esorah. will be one of the principal speaker at the conference His topic will be "The Need for a Secondar> Level in the Day School Movement According to Dr Joseph Kamindirector of Torah Umesorah. .'the conference will deal with such I problems £. the maintenance of SEEMfC IS RfUEVmW visrr oifoto • SUMMER CAMP • BOATING ON OXEOttS OWN 31 CHttS• tors ft GWIS aYira fmphtt copin prfrmm rwifia S. ChaNtaa with K ytt't of Jewish Education A Cimp Eio',(nce. Camp O^cctor Capable Mat.'e Staff Phone PL 8 7894 LIM'TED ENROLLMENT CAMP PINEWOOD PREVIEW Comp Pinewood, Hendersonville, N.C.) WHEN: Sunday. May 1. 2:30 6 p.m. WHERE: Greynolds Park (left off US. No. 1 at N.E 172nd St.) WHO: CAMP PINEWOOD Campers, campers' friends, parents and staff Annual CAMP PINEWOOD Spring Cock-Out Games, Contests, Prizes, food. FOOD. FOOD !! Meet old friends, new friends, siaff of PINEWOOD P h ono for Reservations: JE 14776 83-5418 WHY: WHAT: MIAMI MACrj MOST lEAtfTlrUl MNfNC ffOOM and BIRD THE FAMIOUS ONl-PKICl BINN All MfA| ifjcM 1% TAUmC AftOVT Senrsafl htm $ %  .. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formerly LaRue) 1111 Dode Blvd. Miami Beach it East af Alto, toe* Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 LM Enjoy Full Course He Reon. Dinner Smofwjaibord inclueVed as on appetizer Winner of Notional Merit Award mmmm astneu 0 Res. JE 8 7381 17th St. on the Ocsan Q PLAN TO HAVE YOUR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS (Weddings — Bar Mttivahs — Organization Affairs) at hi EIID E L S 0 H IT 5 KOSHER RESTAURANT and CATERERS 4S1 Collins Avenue Telephone JE 84123 ~\^-^^-v •i• r T "i • 'i %  T 'i ; Y Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMOOORf PUZA, COCONUT OtOVI Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Your Hosts—Sidney Jacobs. Sair L to rVrvate Party taoats far laaaatfs Kimg Sited Caekfai/s Serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices _FULL COURSE OIMNERS CabOaee — Swet ana Sour C.cen m.Pot Bo.id Beef-in.Pot • Closed Tuesdays) FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI t&** J ^ $ tyf tp (£ $ $ $ Ctmpltttly Air Caadjtiaaad INI MOT W BOSH K0SMIR RESTAOIANT A 0 I I IC A TIS S E A Varave I laerieace in Oiaiaf Pleatara Oelkatessea N> Take Hea DINNER FROM $1.50 1141 WASHINGTON AVI. OPPOSITE CITY NAtl MIAMI BEACH Open Dai'y 11 am to t p.m. Saturday a p.m. to t p* nmcu SUaiu G<+ie Good Food %  Miami Beach



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In commemoration of the seventh anniversary of Israel's establishment, the Greater Miami Zionist Council Wednesday distributed free cornflowers among Miami Beach pedestrians. Maurice Survis. Council chairman, is shown receiving his flower from June Moskowitz (left) and Doreen Farber. Dave Goodwin was in charge of arrangements. Before leaving for Israel, Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro officially proclaimed Apr. 27 as "Israel Independence Day." Zionists Plan Unusual Program Sunday To Mark Israel's Seventh Anniversary North Shore Zionist District in leader of Kncseth Israel Congregaconjunction with the Stephen S., tion. He will deliver the keynote Wise Chapter of Hadassah will i address of the program. Rabbi Kaphold an unusual program at their | Ian, whose first pulpit was here in Israel Independence Day meeting j Miami at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation in 1931, was the first chairman of the Long Island Burnett Roth Sunday night. May 1, at the North Shore Jewish Center. According to Sheldon Lelchuk, president of the North Shore Zionist District, a "Living Magaine" program, modeled after the original one presented at Rollins University every year, dealing only with the past seven years of Israel's Independence, will be presented. Lelchuk will act as "publisher" of the "magazine." Mrs. Hyman Pass, noted vocalist and one of the American members of the International Choral Festival who toured Israel for several weeks performing in all the major cities and who also appeared as soloist during their first program held atop Mount Zion, will present the "musiral page." She will be accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Mrs. Pass will render modern musical selections from Israel. Miss T a m a r a Mamches, active youth leader and Israel dance instructor, will present the "Youth Page," which will feature Israel folk dances. Miss Mamches will be assisted by the Young Judaea Dance group. Editor of the "Magazine" will be Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual Zionist Youth Commission. He was also president of the Long Island Regional Rabbinical Council of America and vice president of the New York Board of Rabbis, which group includes over 800 rabbis. Rabbi Kaplan is a graduate ofYeshiva University, and for 16 years was the spiritual leader of Temple Beth El in Astoria, Long Island. "Travel Page" will be presented by George Kronengold, of the Kronengold Travel Agency. Kronengold, who has recently returned from Israel, is vice president of the District. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, a vice president of the District and formerly from Israel, will edit the "News Page," at which time he will discuss current happenings in Israel. Golden Agers to Celebrate The Beach Branch Golden Age Friendship Club will hold a special meeting to celebrate Israel Independence Day on Sunday afternoon. May 1. listen to SIMON SEIDE.4S JEWISH FORUM OF THE AIR SUNDAY. MftY ^•* %  AT 10:30 AM. VIA RADIO STATION WMIE Celebration off Israel's 7th Anniversary Independence Day with a Special musical Presentation "BUDD AND BLOSSOM" RABBI SAMUEL SIEGEL OF CHICAGO ....$*.. Will Officiate Law. Roth is a former president of B'nai B'rilh, and is at present chairman of the board of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith and the Zionist Organiatzion of America. He has been a ineuiDei of the executive board of the Anti-Defamation League for 20 years, and is first vice president of the United Cerebral Palsy Association. Roth served as a master sergeant in World War II and has been State Commander of the Jewish War Veterans. He has been active in the Red Cross, Community Chest and received a plaque recently from the Optimist Club for his service to the youth of Miami PARA MOTH CRYSTALS 100% (P.r.dichlorobanian*) 1 SUa — Rice, Nugget* CASH AND CARRY PRICES Mb. Packaga 35 5-tb. Packaga $1.45 2-lb. Packag* *5e 10-lb. 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He has lived in Florida all of his life, having attended public schools in Orlando and graduated from the University of Florida. He has practiced law in the Greater Miami area since 1935. "My candidacy will be a challenge to those who seek to stop the growth of our city. I will try to make the City of Miami Beach the most modern and forward-looking city in the country. To this aim, I dedicate all my energies, and I ask the support of all those who want a better government and a better place in which to live." Roth said that he will continue to work for the establishment of a nursery school for children of working mothers; for the development of the 4'i-acre tract at Government Cut. recently leased by the City from the U.S. Army Engineers, on which tract he wants to sec constructed a botanical garden, a miniature or children's zoo and picnic grounds. His platform includes the pursuance of a program to secure a nine-hole golf course, the construction of a new convention hall to house large conventions and a demand for expansion of public school facilities on Miami Beach. He pointed out the importance of an expanded advertising program to benefit apartment house owners as well as hotels and other businessmen. Roth pointed to a record on the council which includes his assistance in the spearheading of the elimination of the slum area at Smith Cottages and the development of the public housing project located on that site. He was among those who led in the expansion of the recreational program for Miami Beach for all age groups, which resulted in the opening of the Community Center at 21st st. and the initiation of recerational facilities at 10th st. and South Shore Park. He aided in the planning and building of the Miami Beach fishing pier and is urging extension of the pier for an additional 300 feet. Roth says he also supported the 1 Flamingo Park swimming pool, and : initiated a track filled in Flamingo I Park, for which he received a plaque from the Miami Beach High School; he sparked the pool now : being constructed on Normandy | Isle and was instrumental in the i construction of the new golf clubhouse at Ba.vs.hore Golf Course. In I the area of parks and beaches, Roth i says he pressed for the purchase jby the city of oceanfront property to be used as parks, at 64th st and ;80th st., and has co-sponsored the purchase of other public houses. [He says he has consistently voted against all bulkhead permits, believing, as he states, that "such permits confiscate beach property belonging to the people." He has sparked an expanded program of park facilities. Roth has j been a member of the off-street I parking committee and has assisted in planning the off-street parking program of Miami Beach. He has 'supported the White Way lighting 'system, street widening program, I street paving and sidewalk improvements, and the beautification of Washington ave.. Pine Tree dr. 'and other highways. I Councilman Roth intrdouced a Fair Trade Fractice Law which he prepared, and which was adopted !by the Council, as well as a Fictitious Going Out of Business Sales Citizens' Committee to Survey Local Welfare Agencies Appointment of a citizens' committee to survey public and private welfare agencies giving family and child care w a s announced last week by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, president of the Welfare Planning Council. The survey will take at least a year to complete, Dr. Williams said. It will determine how well some 19 agencies in the field are doing their job. It will strive to eliminate duplicating agencies and services and pin down responsibility for specific activities. Mrs. Hollis Rinehart is chairman of the study group, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice chairman. Agencies whose programs will be surveyed include the Red Cross, American Children's Home, Catholic Charities Bureau, Children's Home Society. Student Welfare and Attendance Bureau of the Board of Public Instruction, Child Guidance Clinic, Dade County Children's Home, Public Welfare Department and Medical Social Service Department, Family Service, District Welfare Board and Jewish Social Service Bureau. Axlrod Will Speak Leo Axlrod will be guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith on Tuesday noon, May 3, at the DiLido hotel. Axlrod will discuss "Employment of the Physically Handicapped." Beach. He has also received an award for his service to handicapped persons and is vice president of tne Hibiscus-Palm-Star Island Home Owners Association. Roth has just completed his term as general chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal on Miami Beach. /...get more than you ever got before in any other cake nix! ONLY GIVES YOU ALL THESE EXCLUSIVE EXTRA ADVANTAGES! 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 29—Number 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS Bandung Hails Anti-Israel Stand; Nehru Voices Moderate Protest As Ex-Mufti Pledges New Fight' The core of Israel's future are these young men, as they pause momentarily from their aqricultural labors. On the eve of Israel's seventh anniversary of indepandence Wednesday, World Jewry paused with them to record the achievement of the past and consider ever more fruitful prospect? for the future. BANDUNG (WNS)—A resolution supporting the anti-Israel position of the Arab states was approved here by the political committee of the 29-nation Asian-African conference in what appeared to be a victory for Arab propagandists and the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, Nazi collaborator whose successful bchind-the-scene manipulations at Bandung could conceivably bring him back to open Arab leadership. The ex-Mufti made his appearance in the anteroom of the conference as Arab representatives were slandering and vilifying Israel before the political committee. The former intimate of Hitler, who counselled the Nazis on extermination of Jewry, appeared in typical raiment with a black brief case. With a grin on beard, he told newsmen he had come "to fight my battle" and that he hoped to secure permission to address the conference. The political committee's resolution called for the "implementation of ihc United Nations decisions on Palestine and the achievements of the peaceful settlement of the Palestine question." The resolution also pledged "support of the rights of the Arab ; people of Palestine" and referred to "the existing tension in th.' Middle East caused by the situation | and of the danger of that situation of world peace." Voting for the resolution. Red China's Premier Chou En-lai blamed foreigu intervention for the situation in the Middle East, declaring that if it were not for foreign intervention "the tragedy of the Arabs of Palestine would not have taken place." India's Premier Jawaharlal Nehru said the IsraelArab dispute demanded early settlement, but he speculated how that could be achieved in face of Arab refusal to negotiate. Nehru joined the rest of the chorus against "aggressive" Zionism, but he counselled remembrance of "the tragic suffering of the Jews in World War II and the massacre of Jews by Fascists and Nazis." India's leader simultaneously noted that any conference resolution would lack moral force since Israel's position was denied hearing. There was elation among Arab representatives to the conference. They interpreted the resolution as backing their advocacy of the internationalization of Jerusalem, return o[ Arab refugees to Israel with compensation and cession by Israel of disputed border areas. Privately they boasted the victory not only ;. • ;i potent propaganda weapon again-t Israel but against Israel's friends in the c-uncils of the nation*. • Mrs. Moise S. Cahn, of New Orleans, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, seen laughing with President Eisenhower after a breakfast meeting last week. The picture was taken outside the Sulgrave Club in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Cahn was the only Jewish leader in a group of 20 women present for an exchange of views with the President. JEWISH WOMEN'S LEADER APPEALS TO PRESIDENT EISENHOWER ASTONISHM ENT, PROFOUND REGRET SHARETT Offer Six-Pomi Program as Reply To Asia-Africa Confab Resolution; Challenges Arab Desire for Peace UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Israel took issue here with the rc-oIution on Palestine adopted last week at the Asian-African conference at Bandung. Indonesia, which supported the Arab views on implementation of United Nations decisions in reference to Palestine. (Israel Premier Moshe Sharett, in a message sent to the Bandung conference, has protested the adoption by its political committee of the anti-Israel resolution. His message expressed the Israel Governments "astonishment and profound regret" over the action. In view of Israel's exclusion from the parley, Mr. Sharett was astonished that the bodv had "deemed it fair and expedient" to discuss and resolve "upon issues vitally affecting Israel's future and her relations with neighboring states.") Without making any direct reference to the Bandung resolution, a statement issued here by a spokesman of the Israel delegation said that if the Arab governments really supported United Nations policies on Israel they would support the following decisions, among others: "1. Recognition of the State of Israel as constituted on May 11, 1949 as a peace-loving state endowed with full sovereignty and integrity under the United Nations Charter. This would mean that Israel has the same right as any other sovereign state to fix its attitude to Assembly recommendations, especially those which Arab states have themselves opposed by force. "2. Renunciation of any Doctrine of a "state of war" or belligerency; and especially the abolition of Egyptian blockade measures (Security Council resolution. September 1, 1951). "3. Readiness to extend the Armistice Agreements by negotiation into final settlements, without reference to the original partition recommendation (General Assembly resolution, December 11, 1948). "4. Acceptance of the present boundaries of Israel and the Arab states as laid down in the Armistice Agreements together with all other provisions of those agreements exMrs. Cahn Charges McCarran Act Brings Unfavorable Criticism to U.S. WASHINGTON — Mrs. Moise S.; Mrs. Cahn, who was the only Cahn, of New Orleans, president of Jewish leader in the group, pointed 'he National Council of Jewish i out that the late Prof. Albert EinWomen, appealed to President stein was "the number one refugee Dwight D. Eisenhower at a break-1 to America—but it is quite possifast meeting last week to make spe-1 ble that he would not be admitted cific recommendations to Conto our country if he had to apply Kress for revision of the McCarranWalter immigration law during the present session. The breakfast was arranged by Miss Bertha Adkins, chairman of the Women's Division "f the Republican National Committee, to enable an exchange of between the President and 20 women leaders. today." She also declared that in countries of t h e world where America needs favorable public opinion, the McCarran-Walter Law creates hostility. Referring to the experience of the National Council of Jewish Women in its long-standing procept in so far as they are changed by consent (Security Council resolutions of November 16, 1948 and August 11. 1949). "5. Reintegration of Arab refugees into the economies of their gram of services to the foreign non-partisan organizations as well host countries pending a final setborn, Mrs. Cahn urged "immediate as state Republican organizations, i t i ement (General Assembly resoluand basic revisions" in the McCarran-Walter Law to "increase the total immigration quota and give consideration to the pressing needs of refugees and displaced persons"; "eliminate racial and religious discrimination in the distribution of the quota"; and "give persons of foreign birth who are in America equal protection under the law with the native born." Women leaders present at the breakfast represented civic and Other non-partisan groups whose leaders were in attendance are the New~York State Federation of Lalion. December 2, 1950). "6. Acknowledgment of the historic fact that the Arab decision bor, League of Women Voters, to Iaunt h hos ililies agains( Israe General Federation of Women s created a thre at to international iness and Professional Women's Clubs and the National Association of Colored Women. Clubs, National Federation of Bus-, „<,„„, and securily (Security Coun' eil resolution, July 15, 1948). "If the position of Arab govern] ments is that they endorse both the Among the 20 women present: armistice resolutions and the enwere two Federal officials, Mrs. : tirely different 1947 settlement Ruth Shiply, chief of the Passport j w nicn ,hev destroyed by force, then Division of the State Department. Continued on Pag* 5 A



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?IDAY. APRIL 29. 1955 *Jew IsiifkxMian manu-EI Men [eelect Goldberg Vllcn Goldberg, civic and reliu leader, has been reelected psident of the Men's Club of np le Emanu-El. Goldberg is a limber of the Temple's board of Lior*. vice prtldiat*f iht B'nai B'rith 'and an ,' !t in Ihe Elks. )ther officers of the Men's Club ned were vice presidents, Jules inning, Edward Newman, Al Osand Alfred Stone; recording retary, Michael Salmon; correlint secretary, Aaron Booki; and treasurer, Irving SchatzLiard ol directors includes Ben |, i Gil Balkin, Jack Burris, Hen;ove. Irving Cypcn, Morris DubMaurice Engel, Raymond FeinIrvftig Firtel, Carl Gardner, Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, PAGE 5 B Alien Goldberg Goldman, Benjamin Greene, ert Gutman, Samuel J.i HalDr.. Sherman Kaplan, Wal(aplan, Sam Katz, Ernest Kass, fin Kimmel, Dave Klinger, Jo| Kogos, Hy Kout, Albert Lehri Solomon Lichter, Jerry Linet. ^xwtil Mangold, Dr. Herman ilowitz, Hank Meyer, Dr. Donlichnoff. Gershon Miller, Joel ian. Julius J. Perlmutter, Pollack, Joe Rose, Joe RuPhilip Salmon, Morris Schtr. Gerald Schwartz, Murray k artzman, Milton Sirkin, MilSmith. Mike SOSMII. Biss Suss[ Joseph Swimmer, George TalSydney Teller, Henry ?kin. Ira Walsey, Sam Wiesen, 'les Yavers and Raphael Yunes. filiation ceremonies will take i iriy in June. ch Music, Art League is Lost Meeting of Season lami Beach Music and Art lue will hold its last meeting Tie reason in the Roney Plaza on Wednesday evening, May ^rman A. Binder will be master eremonies and program chairfeatured will be the Symphonic fnet Quartet, including Joseph >Io, Troy Mills, Dan Tanner Alfred Troppe; Mrs. Albert in a group of readings; Miss 'ia Aliani, in operatic selecand Mrs. Pick and Laura croft in "A Star is Born," with phy by Thomas Armour. %  i ^^^iTiMS^^^SrTv WmA ^r ,0 be Qdded l the H ~P ital f A,ula Israel Announcement speaker was Col Katriel P •SnSZ Sri f ,he .? m P !" hotel, sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee here. Principal oVHaroW ShapiroaSted tht au^t^f h" 17 nT* n !" 1 A,tache l ,h l8rapl Embas "y in W sh ingon. Miami Beach May greetinqs wereteoS bv In.!! ^r D d ^ ^ Un,y Guard f H n r f ,ewish War Velerans Presented colors. Other Shapfro 9 Y L U1S Sega1 ,0p Zl nist leader > Harr Y Simonhofl. attorney and world traveler, and Rabbi Max Temple Beth Sholom Service To Mark Israel Anniversary Seventh anniversary of the declaration of independence of the State of Israel will be observed at a special service at Temple Beth I Sholom on Friday evening. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of' the congregation, will narrate "The Seventh Birthday of the Jewish Motherland." The musical dramalogue integrating the traditional music of the Sabbath with the new melodies of Israel will be sung by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, the Sisterhood choral group and the congregation. Members of the Sisterhood choral group to participate are the Mesdames Morris Alpert, Camille i Baum. Nathan Beckman, Hersch | Berman, Jonas Brotman, Nathan i Bushman. Meyer Epstein, Jacob C. I Fishman. Samuel Frankel, Bea-1 trice Frieder, Harry A. Gordon,! Jean Dunkelman, Eva Marcus, David Green, Oscar Green, Stanley Heller, David Joseph, Irving B. —< a __ New ORT Chapter Revealed Another chapter of Women's American ORT is being formed in the North Dade area. The first membership coffee will be given on May 3 at the home of Mrs. Jack Berke, 143 NW 47th ter. Speaker will be Mrs. Irving Sussman, past president of the Miami Beach Chapter. Kaplan, Samuel Kelemer, Alex KoSol S. Pine, Doris Rakoff, M. H. Silver, Sally Vernick, Dorothy Watgan. Maurice Kovnat. Michael MerDonald Murry, Hyman Pass Rosenhouse, Jack Rosenthal, Mur| (en and William Yanowitz. ray Rothman, Esther Rubin. Hyman | Organist is Hy Fried. BUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THl piDt* 0 rxam JEWISH TRADE Look lor the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charge! 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PAGE 12 B +JeistfkrkHan_ WUDAY^ APRTI, NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Governor Theodore R. McKtldin of Maryland, president of the twoyear old American-Israel Society, revealed that his organiation is planning a two-sided independence celebration. While a delegation of the group's founders, headed by Gov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan, will commemorate the event in Jerusalem, the organization itself will observe the occasion at its second annual dinner in Washington Addressing college students and faculty members at a New York symposium arranged by the American Jewish Congress recently. Dr. Carl Herman Voss, chairman of the executive committee of the American Christian Palestine Committee, declared that the recent barrage of anti-Israel and pro-Arab propaganda which has been let loose in America 'bids fair to undo much good and commit great harm unless it is successfully withstood and countered. Its effects on the policies of the Near East Division of the U.S. State Department make it all the more deadly. As a Christian minister,'' Dr. Voss said, "I cannot help but to deplore the false witness borne by the major pro-Arab and anti-Israel organizations—the Friends of the Middle East and the Council for Judaism." The American Jewish Tercentenary Committee announces that the final Tercentenary affair will lake place Wednesday evening. June 1, at Carnegie Hall in New York. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Adlai E. Stevenson, Dr. Israel Goldstein and Jacob Blaustein will be the principal speakers. The political storm over Edward Corsi's dismissal: "The dismissal of Edward Corsi as special assistant to Secretary Dulles on refugee and immigration problems.'' said ADL chairman Henry Edward Schultz. "is a victory for the anti-immigration forces, which the country can ill afford, a doleful sign of how far the State Department has strayed from the humanitarian instincts and the national interest. Mr. Corsi is an ideal public servant whose long record of loyal and patriotic service is an eloquent rebuttal to the unjustified smear attack made by Congressman Walter. Only our Communist enemy will profit from Mr. Corsi's dismissal." Meanwhile, in Washington, Mr. Corsi lashed out af Scott McLeod, State Department security director who operates the nation's refugee program. "Mr. McLeod deliberately misled the Committee," Corsi charged. "He had said that he had asked me to resign. Never in the slightest degree, by inuendo let alone by direct statement, did he indicate to me any desire on his part that I should resign." Drew Pearson, referring to the Corsi affair, charged that Dulles is kowtowing to Congressmen. "During Dulles' first two years in the State Department," said Pearson, "he listened intentively to the threats of McCarthy. If McCarthy even whispered. Dulles bowed. McCarthy is hoarse today and few people are listening, but Dulles is still bowing to Congressmen. In Corsi's case it was Rep. Francis Walter, with an indirect assist from Sen. McCarthys pal, Scott McLeod. To appease McCarthy. Dulles two years ago put McLeod in charge of security and immigration."' ADL announces that American Legion Commander Irving Breakstone has accepted the resignation of Fred B. Pleasant of Mattoon, 111., from the Legion's Anti-Subversive Commission, following Pleasant's rtiusal to answer accusations of anti Semitic activity. Keendert and Elizabeth Hordijk, who had risked their lives to protect five Jews during the Nazi invasion of The Netherlands, paid a brief visit to the IN last week prior to their departure for the West Coast where they plan to settle on a farm given them by Allen H. Habin in admiration of their bravery. Dr. Austin M. Brues, president of the American ASM ciation for Cancer Research, has bitterly assailed the Government'security system. During his presidential address before the group meet ing in San Francisco last week, he called for legislation in the ethics of the use of unsubstantiated and anonymous material collected during investigations ol American scientists. EUROPE The Soviet Union, with it ayes on Iran. Iraq and Turkey, has issued a warning that it cannot remain indifferent to the Western-sponsored military alliances in the Near and Middle East. The Kremlin has threatened to appeal to the UN should the creation of such pacts continue. At the UN, the Soviet leaders are certain of the backing of at least two members—Egypt and India. The recent bomb outrages on the island of Cyprus have been attributed directly to the London Government's "intransigence," according to Archbishop Makarios, the orthodox prelate of Cyprus and leader of the pro-Greek movement called enosis. Western diplomats throughout Europe, suspicious of the recent Soviet Austrian talks, are wondering whether the Kremlin is not using Austria as a "bait" to draw some of the smaller Western European countries into its orbit. Some of them fear that the reactionary Nazi-tainted Julius Raab might have entered into some secret deal with the Soviet Union —at the expense of the U.S. and the West. PEOPLE Former Premier of Egypt. Mohammed Naguib has come out with a book—"Egypt's Destiny." It was published by Doubleday last week. Roy H. Cohn has criticized a seven-member report on the Fort Monmouth hearings to be submitted to the New Jersey Bar Association. He called it one-sided and unjustified. The report charged that the Senate group's 1953 hearings on Fort Monmouth security problems were "conducted in an improper manner." Cohn complained that the Bar Association Committee "had never contacted me with reference to the inquiry" and therefore could not get his side of the picture. Dr. I. I. Rabi, Noble Prize winner in physics, has been elected one of six vice presidents at the UN conference on peaceful use of atomic energy to be held in Geneva in August. "I was always proud of him. I felt that whatever he would touch would be a success." said Dr. Jonah E. Salk's mother when she first heard the news of the vaccine's success. K'Txetnick is the pen name of the author of "Doll House," a heart rendering account of Nazi brutality against Jewish women. Simon & Schuster published the volume on Friday, Apr. 22. The Hebrew edition has been a best seller in Israel. The author, now in Tel Aviv, himself had lived through the horrors he depicts in his volume. Moshe Kohn translated the work into English. New York Times Israel correspondent, Harry Gilroy, reports on the present mood in Israel: "The basic point is that many Israelis are growing increasingly critical of the acts of international bodies and the speeches of statesmen abroad. In this mood, if the conflict with Egypt drags on, many Israelis will press the Government to chuck the armistics overboard. Quite a few are arguing right now that the armistice brings no benefits and hampers Israel's freedom to use military force. Regardless of what anyone abroad thinks about this mood in Israel it should be taken into account," Gilroy concludes. Cerebral Parsy Unit Will Elect Officers Slate of officers for the M.ami retary; Jo Kimme.m.n. correspond Women's Unit will be presented at the May 2 meeting of the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic. 1612 SW 1st st., Miami. Nominating committee will list t h e following: t h e Mesdames Claire Arlen. president; Florence Einbinder, first vice president; David Matter, second vice presi dent; Elsie Holston. recording seeing secretary; and Dorothy Spence, treasurer. Board of Directors to be presented are the Mesdames Laurice Reece, Elva Mae Merchant, Florence Rapoport. 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FA3E 2 A •• **/*/ f hrkM&r TODAY. APRIL 28. 19S5 /FyOVSUfFER r • .' %  %  •----t Mum? B. Apfemsnaa, chair Nat Basks. Dr Wilbam Bo.sg DIIIIII. Al Epstein. -=k Hackmyer. 1 Barton liurw Lebow and Harold ispasaker v !ax Bndolf will be installed %  imihiu ot the Sisterhood. She —cce c ds Mr*. Fred B^nk. who held the office for three Other officers to be installed are Mesdames Murray Apltmaam. nee president: Beraice Bersecond rice president: David treasurer: Bernard Catz. eeretar>: Anthony De Marco. recoHic^ ^eeretar;.. and Lew.Epstein, corre s ponding a -a Shrage. aewi> elected president of the Men i Club. %  stalled, with the following officer*: Bert Gra>on. rice president: Barr] Kesaasan. titaiin. Je.-r> Kramer, secretary: Phil Sehoiman. rnrrupwnding secretary r Board of directors are Andrew Schwartz. Robert Saxjo. Imtg Cohen. Michael Corliss and David Variety Hatp'rtafi Drive Hears HaU-Way mark :-nd drrre ior Variety Children s Hospital proaehing the half-way mark, with in cash and already on the books of the eoaamir.ee of 1 Leo Adeeb of Miami Beach reported contribntions to the fund in *aam from $100 to SI TOO daring the past week. Donor* -he larger sum were Mr and Mrs. H B Hooper, of U Goree tack, while $100 came :n from the Sta: rid Chanties Association. J .e Crab Restaurant. Graham's Dairy Gates Electric Co. aad scores of others. Progress ot the r ampiigi so far *head of Last year's drive for the same date. Adeeb said. Firms, dabs, mdrridaals or groups of any kind giving $100 or mare to the hospital campaign are awarded plaques naming them m e m ber s of the 1955 Committee of 1 '•>. Charles Aaron. Chicago attorney and civic leader, was e m cted to his %  acond term as president of the National Jewish Welfare Board. %  AT WOMBS Si. —4 Far*' %  OTU tsTAuarr$ ACE EMPLOYMEUT 127 KX lit ift. Pk, •-3M7 •w t'l-n it Etnr V .1. Ft-fM^dman M. Reph.n %  f l i t 10 01 ST0I1 rearm aad ram Sta. U "ia*i Pst Tiliaam 5-wl7 UfAlL Clt 7 IfIC AT IS O IV E' I Y 0 A Y U $ t U by PALM Prescription Specialists asa iMcom toaj Jf S-742S ii use* ran Maw Acress freta Sears •I-lOfl TV nia CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI.BIACH Services in tie true spirit of toe JewisL tradition...and dedicated to ease tie burden ot tne bereaved. iveTslde MEMORIAL CHAPEL... FUNERAL Oil E C T O I S *r rrt^ a -TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Af iami MUmi Bemck „ West Flajier ft 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Are! Phone 20*4 Phone("jE_I-T7T7 JE 1J*5 34.HOUR AMBlANCl'si>vTct %  ** %  T. MWM., Faacral Direcaar M new vans: 7am Scmet ami aaooaxra • i aasawaeao, Treasarrr tarns (SLABS



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(W fonxaagrrr L: z_s erea ~*^ r-y was a prereqtu'mm.r n c l zzizx* of Mr. B o ca e re h oad ss rVea*>to for ha ronarrr,drrre xrword ati i n ii ii ay ^^J oancrj. Taw more moderate axnooc -Jiec: ieTha s fbe aaaoc to be >ecn:ed from ha hae. Bi ilawiilj i,-.r -.j zrx^^.-zcz. hj aba ze^ ;rr. -z^e> i.J | "creepy Aaahcom anriafiain They abject •c zi .%  ;> _ZXTTSJZ rcewrec -yz-mzz^.^ ertereacw _~ BBsasjie, %  ayfajsai *t -^ Z,TZtoriaf' inrtinotkna to ha qraacbaae rew of --z"-**j %  aa Haarxroz %  :"--..— One caa hozdrf rraada ail cracad body alec taking iato orrraa fbe *nrHd of ha aence. tha biooa. da hotomoogera fbe ind a geno u a Asaricoa Faacaa who. uzwaii^d zoa et ha to a a howe roibad arotaad toe czA honest npp o iau ai of the Rooeevett :; tafj Db ";'a was c aesaa (be world wiS not -;:rr::: ha I bVac t_-e : ::—* J^_= _r inevitably be recazdec as a asere excuse tor "~ •-_-::e 'c ::zjeTe %  _- *cBe that as it may, oat >*— H e w>on g many, a nmionai cbarortoristjc'af oars at the urge to sum op." to evaitaoie the shallow past, to predict fbe vast future. In due regard, we are -nrfm o d to examineMr. Roosevelt r^-e more—only ten years aitor his death. We are. as weil. ever mitip| of Mr Rooarveks own has p ei au o ui doatiay in the American totnorrow. Perhaps the recant narmibnaoi to oar Con *rtnti on. tha p r o e ai u n which raaaicto the Presidency to two terms, is on indication of Mr. — *M*b* mm tola in our hatory-^tbe amlexadar. the imaaiiul Chief Executive, rugged individualism will probably not be brought to the White House aoam. Perhaps fbe recant publication of the Ycdka Papers, by which there aras the effort to KigKlwj^ Mr Roosevelt s "fciihiie" m fc^rryn rekznons. a oaotba indication of this future role—the symbol of secret diplomacy gone awry. Perhaps his not-to-be-fergotten c onbi b uu un to our national scene rreisotntos ya a third role by which Mr. Rooeevek in death may. in the final analysis, occompneh the heroic destiny which he set about forging even during his kteJbn. One thing is certain—ton years can hardly toll the story. new of ate THE StOMIFKAMCS of the aad Far East have aereace to ana ; to -estreatly eetsaaafied by the arsei was aot aided to a The Jewish State s akw. %  baa aadacl nag the way there fa So* ••ho fought Choe Ea-lai's eftert atcr for Bed ataVnCaa at the AlIOT EINSTEIN 1179-1955 ttb st t' mn Scieafisf with other Xea and Fa E-a by the sesptetoa of the Westera warid a ""y %  %  f abliik To Chea Ea-toi. Burma > t Ni sssshte wnh the United Stales. Bntaa aad Fraace aad c' sI A, such he is a o a pnn ag syabol to the ihaiaiBw cry of r A-:i_-_ a area of the globe. Nehra ha aa achieved a eeaues of trad. %  '" %  ,I T ** ** believe a co-existeace. bnaea he has bee of U5. feteaga sebcy. he is regarded a % % %  < i^ i •j^*Prea a best peats ban a tha gatoe of a feace^trac-ler totoatoaast la as worst %  nwei a d there hare beer. : aTt aJ^v *J??"'-''" "^ %  the Fa East and eaadeaadad farther T* L "*" ?" ? yy.* "**** Prodaet of DM proce dur e. Lake Israel, his rTS !" !? 1 £*? ^** hMm % %  rt "** *"d revised, protected aad seeaaf~SJ^ .1-^ *tojahed by o aeighbers aad suspected UJ the "atofa a the Baj Three. Israel, to even the score, fads ttsetf a a r* r ^L. n,,, ,,l,! baataaa. Ba Nehru and has people have doeowed l-LT!2 r^TL f*** !" DM grace and goag their ewa way. aad a. leaders ho*. ^ As I ace a. the aaswa aaa set bei rather a aaakag aae s self vato_ tha value a the enaaa af adei \Lzr2_ T**^ acapneaceace to atetaatiatl te two ceafuct Tbas the Jewish State ba oaly by PALM DBTtUKTTOBS. II



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MLY APRIL 29, 1955 Jewish FkrkUnn ical ADL Leaders to Attend Annual Meeting; Justice Douglas Will Speak PAGE 11 A i TalianoH, %  n M Gilbert J. Mrs. Billie %  to will at• he 4Jnd annual national iling of the Anti-Defamation ;ue of B'nai B'rith opening sday. April 28. at the Waldorf ria hotel in New York City. lianoff is one of the League's lational commissioners, highest •y making body in the organizi. and he is chairman of the it'er Miami ADL regional advisboard. Mrs. Wein is a member ,c ADL board. Ikin is director of the lies Florida Regional office headquarters in Miami. lore than 800 representatives II areas of the United States Canada will participate in the Way national ADL convention, h will continue .through SunMay 1. a highlight of the Convention, -Anti Defamation League will %  ciii its 1954-55 America's Demtic Legacy Award to the three at educational philanthropies %  he world: Carnegie Corporaand the Ford and Rockefeller dations. Previous winner of trad iUonal silver medallion, (led for "distinguished contribs to the enrichment of Amer(knioeratic legacy," was PresiEisennower. year's award ceremonies, i-cd by the CBS network, will ieen locally over WTVJ-TV, ay, May l. at i*30 p.m. United S ipreme Court Justice Wil0. Douglas will be principal ker. par! of the televised program be a rebroadcast of "Almanac the Westinghouse Stu1 > ;i e dramatization adapted Iu-tic'p Douglas' Best-selling • ADL convention will also lire a two-evening Freedom pui. the second oi a series bean 1953. This yeart theme, "Initial Freedom and National Sely." emphasizing the conflicts and controversy that surround isjiue. will ho dismissed by i American leader* intimately Involved in the problem. Pulitzer Prize playwright Robert E. Sherwood will deliver the Forum's keynote address. Other participants are Sen Arthur V. Watkins of Utah; Dore Senary, executive vice president of Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios; Louis B. Nichels, assistant to FBI director J. Edgar Hoover; Dr. Harold C. Case, president Of Boston University; Thurman W. Arnold, former Justice of the U. S. Court of Appeals; Henry Edward Schultz, ADL's national chairman; and Philip M. Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach Optimists Name Low President Jack Low, managing director of the Royal York hotel, has been elected (Resident of the riHiami Beach ttptyOiists Clufc>lle *tll succeed Erflanuel Goldstfffh in June Also named were Dr. Oscar Ruskin and Lew Braverman, vice presidents, Lysle F e s 1 e r, secretary treasurer, and N. Doug Raff, Harry Raskin. Hal Meyers, Dr. Arthur Shapiro, Jack Woody and Goldstrich, directors. The club sponsors Little League i baseball and other youth activities. Will Discuss Disease Charles Tamarkin, former president of the Greater Miami Vegetar| ian Society, will lecture on "Disi ease—Friend or Foe?" Sunday evening. May 1, at the Spinoza Forum, 124 llth st., Miami Beach. Underground Fighter, Noted Novelist Named Director of Histadrut Group Yehuda Elberg, noted writer, has been appointed executive director of the Krael Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Elberg has laid the groundwork for the committee's plans for the coming year. A greater part of the program will be devoted to the construction of an additional 80-bed building for the [of M Student >ts Scholarship Inthin Kechter, daughter of land Mrs. George Hechter, 700 |t 47th st., Miami Beach, has awarded the Minnie Hoffman Inter-Faith scholarship at the let-ity of Miami. |he scholarship, presented by [enee Ross, of New York City, a Ker-ity of Miami alumnus, in pr of his mother, amounts to and is accompanied by a stipJto cover the cost of books. It is pded annually to a sophomore Junior who has done the most landing work to further interwork on the UM campus. li-s Hector's work nas been with lei Foundation, principally in publications field. She jias servinterstate editor of the Hillel laid and is now editor-in-chief jhat publication. She is a human Jtioiis major and is active in the pan relations and sociology m the University of Miami pus. |he was selected for the Ross Ird by the faculty committee on |fiiotis organizations at the unipity, headed by Dr. Melanie Rosiih. professor of German, who He the presentation. He organized the first Jewish newspaper after the war. formed the Association of Jewish Writers and started Zionist activities later banned by the communist government. In 1948, he came to the United States as one of the delegates to the Congress of Jewish Culture. His first job was with the Art Center of the Jewish Culture Congress. Since 1950, he has been associated with the Israel Histadrut Campaign, as associate director of the United Organizations for the Israel Histadrut, executive director of the Women's Council for Hista: drut and the National Council for Bessarabian Jews affiliated with the Histadrut. Elberg has established an office of the Israel Hist a drut Commit lee of Greater Miami at 600 Lincoln rd. Yehuda tlbtrg Central Hospital in Afula, Israel, to be known as the Greater Miami Pavilion for Internal Diseases. Elberg is prominent among Yiddish fiction writers. His book, "Under Copper Skies," won the award of the Jewish Culture Congress and was praised in the international "Pen Bulletin of Selected Books." Two of his stories were dramatized and successfully staged in Buenos Aires. Coming from a long line of rabbis, Elberg was ordained at the age of 16, although he does not practise in the rabbinate. He was a textile engineer in Poland and later turn cd to writing, becoming managing editor of a Jewish newspaper in Paris. He was in Poland during the Nazi occupation and was active in the underground movement of the Warsaw Ghetto, which was responsible for the famous usrising. After the war, he participated in the illegal immigration to Palestine of Jews who survived the Nazi holomaust and was personally responsible for the rescue of many children in those countries which were soon sealed off by the Iron Curtain. He was among the first to reorganize Jewish communal life in Poland right after the war, setting up the first committee of survived Jews, organizing the first historical committee which later developed into the Jewish Historical Institute in Poland. Attorney Heads Committee Burton Loebl, Miami Beach attorney and chairman of the Miami Beach Chamber of Comiriercc Committee on Handicapped Placement, has been appointed chairman of the Miami Reach division of National Employ the Physically Handicapped, it was announced by Leo Axlrod, president of the Dade NEPH committees combined. The Florida State Chamber of Commerce Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped is scheduling to meet next Friday morning in the Miami Chamber of Commerce building. Membership Tea Planned By Miami Beach Chapter Mrs. Max Davis, membership chairman for the Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, is planning the first of a series of membership teas, launching the enrollment for 1955-56. Mrs. David Alper's home at 1715 Calais dr., will be the setting, to be given at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May Presiding at the coffee urn will be Mrs. Frederick Fischer, and Mrs. Harold Turk will preside at the Here to Develop 'Friends' of Hadoar Dr. Jakob Roscnthal was in Miami last week to help in the organization of a "circle of friends" for Hadoar. Hebrew weekly published in the United States for the past 34 years. Dr. Rosenthal :xplained that Hadoar "is i n special financial iiffieulty at this :ime." He said hat its aim is to mlarge its cir•nl.ition a n d to viden its range Roscnthal )t s U p p orting members. A contributor to Hadoar since his arrival in the United States in 1948, Dr. Rosenthal is also a regular feature writer for the American Zionist and the New Palestine. "There is the increasingly widespread use of Hebrew here as a modern language," Dr. Rosenthal said. "Evidence of tha,t is in the fact that American Jewish youth are learning Hebrew in high school and colleges." He said that by emphasizing the importance of Hebrew language in America "we will have better contact with the Jewish community of Israel." Among those working with Dr. Rosenthal's new "circle of friends" for Hadoar in Miami will be Rabbis Leon Kronish and Irving Lehrman and William Agxanove and Shown is Rabbi Leon Kronish accepting from Sydney J. Greenberg, educational director, and Cantor Samuel Kelemer en especially bound volume of a Biblical Concordance as a gift from the staff of Temple Beth Sholom. The gift was presented to Rabbi Kronish at a congregational dinner given in his honor on the occasion of his tenth anniversary in the ministry of Beth Sholom on Saturday at the Hollywood Beach hotel. Presenting a "Memory Book" to Rabbi Leon Kronish is Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin, a sisterhood vice president and co-chairman, with her husband, of the congregational dinner tendered Rabbi Kronish Saturday at the Hollywood Beach hotel. The boo.: contains hundreds of telegrams and letters from leaders in the rabbinate and friends from all over the country, as well a3 messages and signatures of the 600 men and women who attended the dinner. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish are shown cutting the specially designed anniversary cake presented to Rabbi Kronish by Ben Tobin, of the Hollywood Beach hotel, at the congregational dinner tendered the Rabbi on the occasion oi the celebration of



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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1955 Flagler Women Install Officers Mrs. Ray Berrin, newly-elected chairman of the Women's Group of I he Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, was installed at I he Center last week. Mrs. Aaron Fuu\ president of l he Conference of'lewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties, conducted the installation ceremonies. Mrs. Sidney Stiller and Mrs. Herman Feldman were in charge of the evening's arrangements. Other officers installed at the same time were Mrs. Harry Dansky, vice chairman; Mrs. Harry Hirsh, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Kaye, recording secretary; and Mrs. Martin Hirsch, corresponding secretary. Newly elected members of the board are the Mesdames Charles Adelman, Meyer Brilliant, Herman 1 • %  (•ldman, Leonard Goldman, Harold Green, Samuel Hollander, Bernard Lash, Edward Peyser, Michael Shaw, Sidney Stiller and Jess I'reed. Entertainment following the installation was provided by the Center's choral group under the direction of Mrs. Paul Draizer. *• Jewish tUrkUon PAGE 3 B Mrt. Kay Btrrin Business, Professional Groups Plan Function May 3 Evening of Tuesday, May 3, has been set for a cocktail party and dinner-dance by the Business and Professional Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Volunteers in the division will lie invited to a social function to be held at Westview Country Club. Hosts' committee consisting of campaign vice chairmen and their wives have been named to handle reservations, program and arrangements. Hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chalkin, Mr. and Mrs. Artie Kravitz and Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin. Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman originated the "Thank You" social event several years ago while serving as chairman of the CJA Trades Division. Final campaign report:; in th* Trades Division will be submitted by unit chairmen. Beth Sholom Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Kaplan President Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan was reelected president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at a meeting last week. Other officers named include the Mesdames Morris Alpert, Barry Cameron. Arthur Courshon and Charles Silvers, vice presidents; Samuel Falick. recording secretary; Michael Mersel, corresponding secretary. The Mesdames Harry Orleans, financial secretary; Fred Somerstein, treasurer; Leon Kronish, chaplain; and Samuel Kclemer, social secretary. Installation will be held at an i annual luncheon on May 18 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Alexander Robbins, a sisterhood past I president, will be chairman of the I function. $1,200,000 Total Expected Here By Week's End A total of SI,208,000 is envisioned at the end of this week as the sum thus far reached in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Ovr 31,194.000 was reported late. Wednesday by chairman Sam J. Hefftian. Thus far the' Winter Residents Division with collections of $263,771 against their quota of $262,000 is the only division to surpass its 1955 division quota. Jack earner's unit secured nearly double the amount of gifts compared with last year. To date over 8,500 contributors j are participating in the 1955 drive for funds which supports a worldwide program of aid to young and old alike and especially economic aid to Israel. The Women's Division with $144,972 is just short of their 1955 quota of $155,000, but it is expected that the renewed activity is fothcoming in this division as a result of the grandmothers' scroll plan. Daniel M. Broad, chairman of the Apartment House Division, announced this week that his group reached gift totals of $11,846, exceeding last year's contributions of $11,517. A considerable boost was given to the local drive by the recently announced contribution from the Louis Wolfson Foundation. Mother's Day Skit Due Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel Congregation will present a Mother's Day skit, "Mother Knows Best," on Tuesday evening, May 3, in the social hall of the synagogue, i Participating will be the Mesdames Michael Horwitz, Milton Hurwiz, Abraham Seif, Irving Selinger, Izzy Zasela and Fred Ziquit. Open House Held Friday BZB B'nai B'rith Girls held their annual open house Friday evening at the home of Miss Blandine Webster, 1505 SW 15th st. In charge of arrangements was Miss Toni Gruen. UM President to Install Officers Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the University of Miami, will be installing officer at the annual meeting and installation of new officers of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital on Friday, May 6. The luncheon meeting, beginning at 11 a.m., will be held in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser will be installed as president for the, coming year, along with the new slate of officers. Miss Gloria Aliani, soprano, just returned to the United States from appearances in Italy, will sing. ^PHODOCIS fJUNE Mizrachi Women to Have Moonlight Cruise on Sunday Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a moonlight cruise on Sunday afternoon. May 1. The yacht "Seven Seas" leaves I'ier 8, Miami, at 4:30 p.m. Proceeds are for orphaned children of the Betsy Gottesfeld Children's Village in Ranana, Israel. Co-chairmen of the affair are Mrs Rose Lustig and Mrs. Edna Selis. Committee includes the Mesdames Brenner, Chill and Schuster. (iuests will be welcomed by Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, Mizrachi president. CJA Slates L-Day Campaign Friday Councilman Harold Turk has announced that Combined Jewish Appeal "L Day" has been set for Friday, Apr. 29. On this day. Inn and his committee of retail merchant volunteers will canvass 200 Lincoln rd. stores to invite their annual contribution to the Combined Jewish Appeal. "We are proud to have Councilman Turk, a former mayor of Miami Beach, and a prominent civic leader, as chairman of Lincoln rd. Day," said CJA chairman Sam J. Heiman, addressing a group of Miami Beach business men last week. "T h e one-day drive has been scheduled by campaign leaders who realize that the average Lincoln rd. businessman is unable to attend fund raising luncheons and other events during the busy winter season. Complying with the wishes of Lincoln rd. merchants, Turk and his committee will visit all stores during the final week of the Combined Jewish Appeal drive," Heiman stated. Election of Officers Monday Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president of Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood, this week announced that nomination and election of officers will take place at the sisterhood's next meeting on Monday afternoon, May 2, in Congregation Beth El. uflorine NOW Yon Can Drink All The Ieed Ten You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. 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Beach Publicity Department A certificate for "outstandingaccomplishment" was awarded Friday to the Miami Beach city publicity and public relations department by the American Public Relations Association. Announcement of the award was marie ;it the association's eleventh annual convention in Philadelphia. Official notification was fortrt PAGE 5 A Accorded Top Award warded to Hank Meyer, director of publicity and public relations for the city. Meyer's department has won several top awards in the past. Recently it was given the top achievement award of the Mid-West Travel Writers Association, composed of most of the leading travel editors in the Middle West. Israel Offers Six-Point Program to Arab Nations Continued from Pag* 1 A they are in favor of Jordan and Egypt withdrawing to their pre1948 boundaries and establishing the non-Israeli areas of Palestine as a separate unit in economic union with Israel," the Israel statement emphasized. "If the Arab states do not endorse all these ideas, their talk I about UN resolutions is completely I idle," the Israel spokesman pointed lout in his statement. "It is mere 'exploitation ol the name of a peace organization for purposes of hostilities. The United Nations Char1 ter gives Israel an overriding right ito preserve its sovereignty, its present territorial integrity and its unqualified capacity to decide who shall and who shall not enter its gates." CPA Moves Offices Alfred Finkelstein, certified public accountant, announces the removal of his offices to 1750 SW 3rd ave., Miami. CANTORS CHOOSE AMAZING NEW COFFEE ? %  Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee...ready to burst instantly into that fdmous MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! Utterly unlike old-style "ln*tantV... just at quick but tastes so different I In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House processleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 100% pure coffee ... no filler* added! You just add hot water ... and the buwting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never ao back to old ways! Save* you money, fool When you use the large economy-size jar of Instant Maxwell House, you save up to 75?—compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pure coffee enjoyment on the Sabbath—and every dayl Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day—enjoy all the wealth of deliciouaness, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming favorite in Jewish homes! 100% pure coffeefiithe only instant coffee^ with that GOOP-TO-THE-LAST-PROP flavor! U ,M



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FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1955 +Jewlsti th>riaHar LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE Louis Shafkin has been reelected chairman of the Miami Beach Planning Board. Shafkin has been on the board for five years and is one of its original members. Prior to assuming his present post, he was project director of parks, playgrounds, beaches and golf courses. Shafkin has been a resident of Florida over 30 years. Thomas J. Bowler was elected Planning Board vice chairman. Israeli Stamps On Exhibit Here A mobile exhibit of Israel stamps in honor q/ the seventh anniversary of the Stale of Israel is now touring the Greater Miami Jewish community. The exhibit, which is sponsored and displayed by the Bureau o( Jewish Education of Greater Miami, was prepared by the Stamp Service of the Jewish Agency of Palestine. It consists of the rare first three years of Israel stamp issues. Twenty large panels are displayed, most of which show corner blocks and colorful "First Day Covers." The exhibit contains the first i-sue known as "Doar Ivri" (Hebrew Postage), which was readied in anticipation of the proclamation <>f statehood, before the name "Israel" was chosen. Also included in the exhibition are Jewish National Fund stamps validated for emergency postage by overprinting the word "Doar." These were used during the chaotic weeks before the termination of the mandate, prior to statehood. They picture the late Chaim Weizmann, first President of Israel, and Theodor Herzl. founder of political Zionism. The exhibit has already been displayed at Hitlel Foundation and Beth David reUgious school. It will also be shown at Temple Beth Sholom on Apr. 30 and May 1; Hebrew Academy, May 3 and 4; Temple Emanu-El. May 7 through 10; North Shore Jewish Center, May 15 and 16; Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Beach Branch, May 17 through 19; Coral Gables Jewish Center, May 21 through 24; and at Greater Miami Jewish Community • enter. Town Branch, May 30 and 31. Hebrew Speaking Group To Celebrate Anniversary Hebrew Speaking Group ot Miami will celebrate the seventh anniversary of Israel Saturday evening at Temple Emanu-El. Noted poet J. J. Schwartz will *peak on "Hebraic Poetry and its Effect an Israel." Others on the program will be %  Saul Porush, Harry Perach, David rriedman, Mrs. Harry Perach and Irving Shalom. Sisterhood Board Meeting Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will have a board-meeting Wednesday mornmg, it has been announced by Mrs. Rflbert Schweitzer, president. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that !?V" '-'"< %  '>. Ueelring i,, .niiage In 'T/UT. S i""''.'', "'" '•<'> %  names of ^^CT a A IR AR A o7S ?§S I ^ name with the Clerk of thel cirinilt VounL.o( Dad, County, Florid*; MORTONnEoEL 0 ^ 01 ?'' ""'"•'• Attorney for Applicant in W. Flakier St. 1/9-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND CHAN D C A E D R E V C0UNTY FL0 ^ DA \ n ^ 2 BOTHER BEO, Plaintiff, 87 VS. LOUIS y.Ko, Defendant TO ^fs^r, PUBl ",CAT.ON ICHM Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, N.v. Toti are hereby notified (hat a HIM of Complaint for Divorce haj bean ril, ii against you, ami yon are hereby required to serve a cop) of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint'on I'lninUffK attorney, anrl file the original Answer In the office of the clerk of the ( Ircult Court, nn or before the Urd day of .May. IMS, otherwise the alienation, of -MI.I BUI of Cnmnlalnt will lie taken aj confessed against von Dated thin 20th dav of April |95g F. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, C^rult Court, l>ade County. Florida ,„ „ By it. ii. KICK, n: (Man Deputy Clerk flEORCIE 1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/22-29 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlne to enuace in litminpHs under the fletltimu. name of SAM r El. J. HORENREIN. at 05 Congress Hide.. Intend to reglgti name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida S'MIEL l HORENREIN MARX K.r,MV, i M x,:,: —"— tttorne) for Applicants Kit Congress RI<1E. 4/22-29 3/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .v NOT I CE IS HEREBY OIVHN that the undersigned, desirim, to engage In E. u "iP£K """Pr the fictitious name o? KAYBTS CUT RATE DRUG STORE at Hade County. Mori,la. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 17600 CORPORATION' unom.. ..." Fiorina Corporation ALBERT M. LEHRMAN Attorney for ?70n Corporation SOS Lincoln Road, Miami Beach t/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that • he undersigned, deslrinr to ens-age in VSSSrST.'iSSS ,hr fsrtjMnus name of JEW isil FORUM ON THE AIR, at S0| B.W. I,Hi Avenue, intend to register Raid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count v Florida KIMON SKIDKN MARY SEIDEN 4/22-29 — :,/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to % %  neat,' In hnsiness under Ihe fictitious name of MIAMI MOVINC. AND STORAGE cttRP.. at 174.1 8.W. Rth St.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE F. ANDRE „.__ _, ELIZABETH ANDRE DAVID KATZ Attorney for Miami Moving: & Storao Corp. 4/1-S-1-.-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 178645 MAMUEL SANDERS, Plaintiff BUl fLkEt[VtAkJ.HANDERA ($?fe&^irr*, hevftPel* granMts, erealtots or other parties clalmlni by. through, under oi against OLLI8 MAE BANDERS; \NI> A l.si i, aj p, the above-named defendant-Individual, if she h ••d, and all unknown hi ii grantee*, creditor! or other parties claiming by, through, undei or aKainst sueh Defendant; and also A I,I. OTHER and unknown peraoni having or claiming to have anj right, title or Interest In the! proper!) which is the subject matter of this ault, said property lying an,I being in Dade < otinty. Fiorina, HI. I more particular!) d< scribed an follows; COMMENCING at the Interaectlon of til,. Westerly right-of-way line of The County Road (otherwise known as Homes tead Avenue extended) and the North line of Lot •' %  Of Sec lion :,. Township ",6 South. Range I" Hast, lying Westerly of said County it-md or Homestead Avenue extended, according to ;i I'lul made li> A A. Dooley, c.E., and recorded In Book 1 of Blats at Page 4 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; THENCE run West along the North line of said lad 5. a distance of Its feel to %  point, which Is the POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE run South a distance of .'in feet to a point; THENCE run Weal a distance of Inn feet to I point; THENCE run North distance of Mi feet to a point; THENCE run East a distance .,f Urn feel to the POINT OP BEOINNINQ, being a piece of land 50 feet deep and 100 feet frontage; EXCEPT AND LESS, g strip of land 50 (Ml deep and 10 feet front ate, described as follows. COMMENCING at the Intersection of the Westerly right-of-way line of The County Itoad (otherwise known as Homestead Avenue extended) and the North line of Lot :.. Section 5, Township .",6 South. Range I" East. lying Westerly of said Count) Roaa or Homestead Avenue extended, according tO I'lat made by A. A. Dooley, c.l-;.. and recorded in Plat Book I. I'Oge 4 of the Public lie.-ords of Hade County, Klorida ; thence run Weal along the North line of said I.ot 5 a distance of 170 feet, more or less, to a POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE run South a distance of .".(I feet to a poln); Til BNl I' run West a distance of 10 feet to a point; THENCE run North n distance Of 60 feet to a point; THENCE run Fast a distance of 10 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. YOU AND BACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above-named Court by the above-named Plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining a divorce, a vinculo niatrlmonil, of anil from the Defendant, and a fee simple Interest In the undivided one-half interest of the Defendant. OI.I.IK MAR BANDERS, in and to the property hereinabo\e and. particularly desiyihed. Yi if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REyi'IRED to file your answer or other defensive pleading to Plaintiffs Complaint In said suit with the Clerk of said Court and to serve %  copy thereof upon REN ESSEN. Attornev for Plaintiff in said suit, at I0M Kevbold Building. Miami 32. Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May. raw. Herein fail not or Decree Pro Confesso will he entered against you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this istli day of April, 0&. R I-RATHK tMAN Clerk of the circuit COAIH Bv: M. C CHEEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk 4/22-29 — 5/0-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178656 JEAN A. CROWLEY, Plaintiff CHARLES .1 rii'.vvi.P.V. lit W?MRQJ!?CW|. ". 2-1M C,tn Street. *^" Astoria, New Yoik You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve s cop) of your Anawer or Pleading to the Bill of c plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MIL-TON II ItlCHMONI), l Lincoln Road Buildint:. Miami Beach, Florida, and I lie the original Answer oi Pleading in the offii •• oi tinClerk or the Circuit Court on oi before the SSrd da) Of May, IMS, If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint, This notice shall '„ %  published once each week for four coneecuttve weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this llth day of April, A.D. 1935. E ['.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I hade t 'otinty. Florida By I! II RICE, Mi. (eh, nn Court Real) Deput) clerk MILTON II. RICHMOND Attornej for Plaintiff 1 Lincoln Itoad Building Miami Beach, Florida 1/22-29 — D/0-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IJNDFR FICTITIOUS NAMF t AW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'he ondersi-oed. rleslHn" to enenee In business under He fictitious name of CAPITAL IWCSTMENT HOME f.o.w COMPANY, Not Inc., at 2*01 w Fierier H'ret, MWml. Florida, intend" to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coiitv BVirt-'s s\Mii-|. M SCIIM-Ks„|.. owner fJOl OMAN .< GOLDSTEIN vttoroeys tor Registrant I 22-29 —'r>/6-13 NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE 18 HFHEHY OIVEN Hint 'he undersigned, deslrlntltlnl| nnnin cf I'lHE IIAIIC I'RODCCTS OF FI.OBil'\. at MOO Blacayne Blvd.. Intends to reelster said name with the Clerk ,.f the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. pvvvovn K. CEISEL, Owner KKSSI.EIt OARfl I"OT-"^\S for Aindicant 17I W. Flagler St. 4/15-22-29 — I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PRORATE, No. 34902A In Ret ESTXTK OF JACOB HOFFMAN. 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 vou. or either of vou. tiiav buve aeulnst the .,( JACOB HOFFMAN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to I hi Honorable c.uintv Judges of Dade Coiuitv. and file Qie sai n thalr offb.s in the Countv Court ho I'm de Countv l-lorlda. within elaht calendar months from Ihe date of the first publication hereof. Said claims ,.r demands In contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, 01 sniir Will be 1 M led Pate Mar II. A.D. i'c %  • REBA HOFFM N. As Executrix of the I-ast T\ 111 end Testament of %  ACOR uiiii-MN. Deceased. KOVNER AND MANNHEIMER Attoraevs for Executrix 4/2-16-42-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALHAMBRA 8LNDRIE8, at 12103 \* W, 7th Ai'enue. North Miami, intend to register said name "itli the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade countv. Florida. IIAItltY WEIS'E JENNIE WEISE HERBERT WEISE NADLER & ll NICK Attorneys for Applicants 412 Rlecajrne Bidg. I, 22-29 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of PARKOTEL SERVICE, at 249 N.E. Ird Street, Miami. Hade Countv, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida LEDA, INC., a Florida corporation By: 8/ LOL'IS WEISENTHAL President Attest: s BERNARD FALK Sei retary STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ. Ait y for LEDA. INC. 103 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. I B-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious name of HENRY'S, at 4201 8 W Sth Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY MART1NELLI KESSLER & OAKS Attorneys for Applicant 1TS2 West Flagler S'trcet • '-1R-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173209 CORNELIA ANN GOODFR1END Plaintifr, lin.S'XW. EllWIN' floDliFRtENIi. SU.T FOR"D, V ORC'E""" TO: DONALD ERW1N dOODFRlEND o Jacob I loodfriclld 185 an A\ enue I Irookl) n. New York You, DONALD ERWIN GOODFRIEND, are hereby notified thi a Bill of Cfiinplaint for Divorce llafiled agalnsl you, and y v u are re ed to serve s copy of your Answi pie iding to the Bill of > 'aTmpIalnt on the plaiiitlif s Attorneys, ARONOVITZ, ARONOV1TZ ACATO1N, "48 Beybold Hnilding. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or I'leadini; ill the office of the Clerk of till '•nit court on or before the ath '1 May. 195S If you fall to do so, inenl by default will be taken al you for the relief demanded iii the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published each week for four consecutive wi in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE \N'I' ORDERED al Miami, Florida, tins Sth day of April, A D, 1933, B B, LEATHERMAN, Cl.ik. Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida By JOAN COURNOYER. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ* CAIDIN At toi ne) [or Plaintiff 7 1SeyboM Building, Miami. Florida 4/8-13-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34731-B In Re: ESTATE OF JOHN P, REABDi N a k a J P. RBARDON, JOHN PATRICK REARDON, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pel sons II Ing Claims or Demands Against gs i Estate Yon. and each of you. are hi notified and required to present anv claims and demands which you, OT either Of vou maV have against the estate of JOHN P REARDON, di i ed late of Hade County, 1-1 t.i the lion. FRANK B. BOWLING, County Judge of Hade Countv', and fibthe same In his office in the County Courthouse in Hade Countv". Florida, within eight calendar months the date of the firs! publication hereof. Saiil claims or demands to contain the legal address of the ant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be bi s.e Section 120 of the ll>" : > Pri Act Hale April :,, A.D. is.'..". EDWARD E REARDON, As Executor of the 1-ast Will and Testament of JOHN P. REARDON, etc. Deci WALLACE N MABR Attorne) for Edward E. Beardon, Executor 4/ir>-22-29 — ."'6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desliiiic to engage in business under the fictitious name of LE BERNI STUDIOS, al T*"' 1 Blacayne Blvd., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SELMA LEO CORPORATION MAX KOOAN Attoi nev for Applicants I Lincoln ltd. Bldg. 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI N that Oie undersigned, desiring to engage in Business under the fictitious name of DECTONE CO., at 573 B.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the; clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. El,Molt SPECTOR MYERS. IIEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Elinor Spector (SO Seybold Building, Miami, Ftorldn 4 HS-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178685 BARBARA ANN TEACHMAN. Plaintiff D0RWARD KitANcis TI:MIIMAN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; DOHWARH FRANCIS TEACHMAN 136 Sunnyslde Boulevard Humont. New Jersey You are berebv notified that a Bill ot complaint for Divorce hai filed against you. and you are required to serve a c.ipv of your Answer or lidding to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ & CAIDIN, IS Reybold Bullillng, Miami, Florida, and file the oilglnal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clark of the circuit Court on or before the 23rd (MS of Mav, lli.".."i. If you fail to do so. IudKiiient by defnult will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bin of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four conaecutlvi weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I k.iida. this null day of April, A.D. l9jS %  r, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court. Dade County. Florida Bv M c GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, ARONovrre CAIDIN Attorneys for i'laintiff bold Building. Miami. Florida 4/22-29 — 5/6-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TERRY ROYS RENDEVOUS, al ;..| N W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. MARSH M.I. L. LAMBERT tSole Owner) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant :':.is w. Flagler street, Miami. Florida I 15-22-29 — 5/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol SUN CITY MOTBL, at 17400 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the .~ierk of ifcs Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JOHN DIOIOVANNA FRANK ABRAMS HARRY MEREBMAN iCtBWARTZ fc ZINN Utoi n. ys foi Applicants Hnslev Bld., Miami. Florida 1/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 178072 JOHN J. DOTTER, I'lamtiff, HELEN I. DOTTER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; HELEN IDOTTER No 2 Lincoln Court. Trenton, New Jersey TOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to %  ervc %  copy of your gnawer to the complaint for divorce filed herein on the plaintiffs attorney. RICHARD KRIBGER FINK, 1612-1619 Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and to file the original in the office of the Clerk ol the above Court on or befor. the 9th dav of May. 1965; othcrwl.-e a default will be entered against VOU. DATED: tliis 31st day of March, "** i: I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Court By WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 4/S-17,-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA COUNTY. RICHARD VS. MILDRED IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. 177899 EARL WILLIAMS. Plaintiff DELOISE WILLIAMS. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; MILDRED DELOISE WILLIAMS M South Hinkley Street Stockton. California" Yon are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M. c.MN, 2518 West Flaeler Street, Ml ami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the ci, rk of the circuit Court on or before the 16th day of May. 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LY. APRIL 29. 1955 iTIST WAS PERSON OF GREAT HUMOR +Je*istfk>rldian ter Only Journalist Who Escorted Einstein on Flight By BORIS SMOLAR JTA I was fortunate to be .the oijly journalist peril by I'ral. Albert Einstein to escort him to the Id States when he left Europe in 1933 to settle |is country. And it was one of the most unique experiences in my life. The name of the port from which Prof. Einstein, his wife Elsa, and his secretary, .Miss Helene Dukas. sailed was kept a secret from the world. So was the name of the ship on which we traveled until it reached the high seas. Although it was known that the scientist was leaving Germany, no one—except a few of his intimate friends — knew on wrfat day he left Berlin. Leading American newspapers assigned special correspondents to cover Prof, ttein's day-to-day doings during his voyage to United States, but he managed to elude them. %  Antwerp, whence we sailed, no one knew that If Einstein had arrived to embark on a ship for Kv York the following day. The hotel in this Belport city cooperated in keeping Prof. Einstein's k-ince a secret by not listing him in the registry book. Only once during his 24-hour stay in this hotel did Prof. Einstein leave* his room. This was when he sneaked out with his wife late in the evening to see a film in a cinema ,-Which could be entetcd through the lobby of the hotel. He sat in the dark, not recognized by anyone in the audience. In the early morning hours of the following day, we were the first aboard ship, arriving long before any other passengers. There were no curious onlookers, no reporters, and the passenger list recorded no Einstein. It was-not until half an hour after the ship pulled out of the harbor that Prof. Einstein left hjs cabin to take a walk. Most of the passengers discovered his presence only when he appeared later for lunch in the dining room, it was my privilege to share the dining table with prof. Einstein, his wife and Miss Dukas. This table for four was served by a special waiter to whom Prof. Einstein took a special liking and with whom he enjoyed exchanging jokes. Serious as Prof. Einstein was, he revealed himself during the trip asa person of great humor in his leisure moments. Less than a year ago, when I visited Prof. Einstein at his home in Princeton, he reminisced about these leisure moments more than 20 years ago. His memory was fresh, and he considered the trip historic since it had brought such a fundamental change in his life. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 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Arturo Toscanini regards Jan Peerce as one of the finest Italian singers in the world today, although Mr. Toscanini is puzzled at just how a tenor born in New York with no trace of Italian blood can have such a mastery of the bel canto style. When Peerce told Toscanini that his grandparents were Russian and that he had no information as to earlier ancestors, the great conductor exclaimed, "Aha, that must be where the Italian comes in." Several Girls to Address, Mail Postcards SPARE TIME. EVERY WEEK. WRITE BOX 161, BELM0NT, MASS. St* or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9911 lift INSURANCE NltDS Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 13200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"f 5 Points' *p0.1p-.*St.\jV 11T1 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 94S MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-3595 LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS Now York, Now Jersey, rbila. dtlahia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE. 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jv AffUfc.-M: 1^5 PAUL I A iroch, Smith Named for Hospital Program y by Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the hospital's building committee. To be located on ten-acre Collins 1 immediately adjoining the present Mount Sinai Hospital, work on the new building is scheduled to nderway next year, Ruskin said. jskin, who also heads the Mount Sinai Hospital development fund, which will raise the necessary conJtion money, said that the new hospital will be a joint project of the Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater L and the Greater Miami Jewfederation. ,ilh and Korach. with offices jl Lincoln rd., have spent als ix years studying the hosIneed-' peculiar to Miami Beach have been engaged in active ainary planning of the propostucture for over a year, Ruskin Bed, |st hand knowledge of the hosfacilities was obtained over fears that Smith and Korach architects in remodeling pre.'-ent hospital building and (tailing up-to-date laboratories >ther services in the renovated ling. ur major problems," Smith rehavc been in designing a lure that will lend itself to land site, that will provide naximum in efficiency and jmy and that will not look institution but will blend the tropical background and phere ot Miami Beach." u;d details are being withuntil given final approval by Hospital and Federation's of trustees, probably within ext two weeks. Ruskin said. it h. member of the American me of Architects, is rated as a junior and senior architect hi National Council of ArchiRegistration Boards and has active in the local architect urd since 1938. Both he and his r. Korach, are graduates of IT. Reserve University and lives of Cleveland, O. Korach i, smith in Miami Beach, and Three Center Branches to Take To Discuss Yehuda Halevy the men formed a partnerPaft ;„ Jpfj||g ffo/|C$ Council of Jewish Women To Install Officers May 4 "Council Installs Under the Big Top" will be the theme of Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, combined installation luncheon at the Algiers hotel Wednesday noon, May 4. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, newly elected national vice president, will install officers and boards of Section, Miami and Miami Beach Divisions. Highlight will be the appearance of the White Brothers singing team, according to Mrs. David P. Catsman, chairman of the day. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs. Leonard Greenblatt and Mrs. Saul Herman, Miami Beach. Beach Branch Outdoor Club Names Weinstein President Outdoor Club of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, elected officers last week for the forthcoming year, and they are as follows: Bob Weinstein, president; Sheila Toby, vice president; Donna Sherman, recording secretary; Marvin Gross, treasure; Abbey Dramon, corresponding secretary; Earl Zissman, sergeant-at-arms; Sally Jo Rossman, publicity chairman; Dick Gomberg and Sidney Goldman, social committee. Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder, of 8909 Irving ave., Surfside, shown prior to their departure last week on a four-month tour of Israel. The Lesowoders are active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Histadrut Committee here. Mr. Lesowder is president of the local YIVO. Iniliar landmarks designed by and Korach include the AbpVmorial Building, the new adto Temple Israel, a new dormitory under construe|iit the University of.Florida, BT fraternity house which will be constructed at the UniverDf Miami and the Baron de Meyer Building for CornIts Servian. Names Mrs. Sirkin tonal Board Member Milton Sirkin, Greater Micivic leader, has been elected he board ef directors of the onal Jewish Welfare Board at annual directors' meeting held lew York. JWB is the governItauthorized agency for meetIthe religious, welfare and mor1 needs of Jewish personnel in armed forces and the national nation of more than 350 JewCommunity Centers and YMHAs, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold its annual spring frolics dance on Saturday night. May 7, at the Town Branch. The Town, Beach and Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center Branches will also participate. Chairman is Bernard Weksler, with Stuart Winston assisting as ticket chairmen. Members of the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross, Mrs. Bernard Weksler, Mrs. Stuart Winston, Mrs. Arnold Spivack, Mrs. Al Daniels, Irving Lax, Henry Garison, Leon Kaplan, Leon Epstein, Lou Stein, Hyman Kam and Lou Bush. Unanimously Elected to Post Mrs. I. Fendell, of 62 NW 19th ave., was this week unanimously elected treasurer of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Society to succeed the late I. L. Mintzer, who passed away recently. THE THEATER GUILD OF THE CORAL GABLES CENTER "Yehuda Halevy, Poet of Zion" will be the topic of A. J. Gittelson, featured speaker at the next meeting of the Hapoel Hamizrachi of Greater Miami. Saturday evening, Apr. 30, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Gittelson is principal of the North Shore Jewish Center Hebrew School. —*T i vvy .. ... %  i v r Emanu-EI Men Slate Boxing Match Proceeds for Club A boxing match for the benefit of the Men's Club of Temple Emanu-EI Tuesday night at the Miami Beach Auditorium will match two of the nation's leading welterweights, Andy Mayfield and Gus Rubicini. They will meet in a 12-round return bout, after their first contest was reported as one of the outstanding promotions by Chris Dundee in the past four years. Allen Goldberg, president of the Men's Club, reported that proceeds from the match will be used for air conditioning the children's auditorium at the temple. There will be no increase in the established prices at the Beach auditorium, considered one of the nation's most outstanding boxing clubs. A well-matched supporting card has been arranged by Dundee, who is a member of the Men's Club. Tickets are on sale at the Temple Emanu-EI office. All members of the Men's Club are aiding in the sale of the tickets. HOW TO BE A HAPPY BRIDE Call GENE TROOP Artist Photographer to tell the beautiful story ef YOUR WEDDING DAY lovely formats, sparkling candids in fine black and white or magnificent foil color. 404 MOIDAN STUDIO 16th ST., MIAMI BEACH PH. JE 8-3378 One Block Sooth of linceln Read DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 Employment Service 37 NX 5* St. PH. 94401 AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner Kosher Stylo Cooking Private Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking 170 N.W. FIFTN STREET MIAMI f S "Cry Havoc" A 3-Act Play by Allan R. Kenward DIRECTED BY BOB BRENNER May 7-8-10-11 — 8:30 p.m. 320 Palermo Avenue Reserved Seats SI.25 SI.50 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8-3540 Comp/efe Selection of Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Accessories Boys' and Girls' Wear Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics MORRIS BROTHERS 70 E. FLAGIER PHONE 82-4641 J i 4 J h Alan Bass celebrated Bar Mitzvah Saturday, \pi. 16, at the Synagogue of he Hebrew Institute of Unirersity Heights in the Bronx, NY. He is a member of this June's first graduating class Rabbi Simon Kramer's iba Hebrew Academy, the all-day Yeshivah conducted the Institute. The son of and Mrs. Julian Bass, he the grandson of Rev. and 'Irs. Joseph'Kranti, of Miami, land Mrs. Minnie Bass, of the %  Bronx. TWENTY-EIGHTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTJk A JOHN BITTER, Condocto PEERCE If NOI Sun. Eve—May th Miami Beach Aud -:30 MM. Ewe—May th Dade County Aud.:3C Single Tieketa 13.00 S2.5 SblW .?•*?. Amidon'a .213 G.r.lda Ave ~1 Bookworm. SW Miracle Mile M.B. Radio Co.,| IMS Lincoln Road. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 29. 1955 GLOBAL SHORTS ^JmistrfbrkMarr PAGE 7B Dr. Jonas Solk to Got SI0,000 Award for Vaccine ROCHESTER, Minn. CAJP>—Dr. Charles V*. Mayo, director of the Mayo clinic here, has announced that Dr. Jonas E. Salk has been named the 1955 recipient of the S 10,000 Mutual of Omaha Crisis award and gold medal for his discovery of the anti-polio vaccine. U.S.S.R. Blasts U.S., Britain For 'Imposing' Treaty Blocs LONDON (JTA)—Military blocs "imposed" on the Middle East by the Western Powers were denounced by the Soviet Union which warned that it may appeal such actions to the United Nations if these "threats" continue according to Moscow broadcasts monitored here. In a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry in Moscow, the United States and Britain were accused of taking measures "calculated to involve by a devious way, singly or two at a time, the countries of the Near and Middle East in this or that grouping created under their domination." salem, and Col. Abdul Halim al Zaket, commanding the Arab Legion forces in the city and its environs, agreed verbally to take action to prevent or quickly suppress all firing and other hostile acts They signified their agreement to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization. Former Nazi Minister Now A Resident of Syria BONN (WNS)-Franz Rademacher, former chief of the Jewish Melton of the Nazi Foreign Ministry, is now a resident of Syria where he conducts an import and export business under an assumed name. Rademacher escaped after conviction of complicity in the slaugh fer of Serbia's Jews. Arabs Kill American Who Was Touring Jordan JERUSALEM (JTA)—An American tourist. Charles Harris, of Nebraska, who strayed from the Jordan-held area of Jerusalem into "no-man's-land," was shot and killed by Arab Legion guards in the belief that he was a Jew. The man, who apparently had lost his way, was moving toward the Israel lines on Mt. Zion when the Legionnaires opened fire. He was killed instantly. British Airways Cancels Flight Under Arab Pressure LONDON (AJP) — The British Overseas Airways has cancelled its flights to Israel under Arab pressure. Now, the European British Airways, usually making its last stop in Cyprus, will prolong its flights to Israel, making that country part of its European schedule and thus excluding it from the Middle East. Since the Arabs argue that Israel has no place in the Middle East, this arrangement should satisfy their basic political approach. Bonn Non-Jewish Deputy To Attend Services in Israel HANOVER (JTA)—A non-Jewish member of the West German [ Btmrtcrtag"WHV'attenct next week's Tel Aviv memorial rally marking the tenth anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. He is Dr. Otto Heinrich Greve, a Social Democratic deputy from this city, who will fly to Israel at the invitation of the memorial rally's sponsoring committee, whose members know him as a dauntless anti-Nazi and as the attorney for hundreds of former Belsen inmates. Dulles Sees Interfaith Delegation on Immigration WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles reacted favorably last weekend to suggestions for the appointment of a deputy administrator ol the refugee relief program and an expediter in Europe for the program, both to be recognized leaders in the immigration field. The suggestions were put forward by a delegation of leaders of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish voluntary organizations cj'oing immigration work. Israel's Purchase of Jets in France Only 'Partial' Deal PARIS (AJP)—Israels purchase of 15 jet planes from France is only part of the deal negotiated last month between the two countries. Israel will receive 50 jet planes and about 50 modern tanks. Israel, Jordan Commanders Agree on Border Disputes JERUSALEM (JTA)—An IsraelJordan local commanders agreement in the Jerusalem area was reached here when Lt. Col. Haim Ilerzof, Israel commander in JeruFrench Jurist Named Head Of Human Rights Commission UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—With its newly elected chairman, the fa mous French Jewish jurist Rene Cassin, presiding, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, meeting in Geneva, last weekend adopted a resolution warmly supporting the work of the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. British Jews Concerned Over British-Iraqi-Turkish Pact LONDON (JTA) —"Deep concern" over Britain's joining the Turco-Iraqui pact and the exclusion of Israel from Middle East defense plans was expressed in a resolution adopted here at a meeting of the board of deputies of British Jews. The board resolution noted the "increasing isolation in which Israel has been placed as a result of the recently concluded pact between the United Kingdom, Turkey and Iraq." Mrs. Leonard H. Bernheim, New York, has been named chairman of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Women's Organisations' Division, succeeding Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach, founder of the division, who retired after *3 Tears. Three Israelis Captured By Lebanese Abductors TEL AVIV (JTA) —The disappearance three days ago of three young Israel settlers from Gonan, a settlement in the north of Israel, was cleared up when the Lebanese representatives of the Israel-Lebanese Mixed Armistice Commission reported to the MAC the capture of three Israel "soldiers" inside Lebanese territory. Z0A Enrolls 70,000 Members; To Convene in Washington NEW YORK (JTA)—The 58th annual convention of the Zionist Organiation of America will take place in Washington during June 16 to 20, it was announced here, following a meeting of the ZOA National Administrative Council at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. It was reported at the meeting that the ZOA enrolled over 70,000 members in the last six months. Gables Women to Entertain Newest local Pioneer Women's Club, the Coral Gables Chapter, will entertain with a party on Tuesday evening, May 3, at the home of Mrs. M. S. Green and Mrs. Sonia Plotfcin," 11 Malaga ave. Mrs. M. D. Perelman, chairman, will be assisted by the Mcsdames Pauline Sack, Ann Heidenreich and Jay Gold. Plans for Florida activity aiding the United States Committee for Sports in Israel are discussed by (left to right) Lt. Gen. Emmett O'Donnell, Leon C. McAskill, Col. Harry D. Henshel and Judge Harold B. Spaet. The General was guest of honor at a reception in the Shelborne hotel Sunday afternoon, at which Col. Henshel, national chairman of the committee, was host. McAskill is executive secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, and Judge Spaet is acting mayor of the cityGen. O'Donnell, deputy chief of staff of the Air Force, called "sports a highway to world peace." Col. Henshel said "Israel will fight to be re-invited to the Mediterranean games in Spain in July." / Going Away? I Get Travelers' \ MCMinFEOCtAI OtTOUJ HSUANCt COOOtATlOM BANK .if MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE EASY RIDE EASY PAY Buy Your Tires THE NORTON WAY TUBELESS TIRE SALE All Major Brand Original Equipment Tires SIZE LIST PRICE NO EXCHANGE EXCHANGE 670-x 15 28.55 20.95 18.95 710 x 15 31.35 22.95 20.95 '760 x 15 34.35 25.35 23.35 800 x 15 38.20 28.15 26.15 WHITEWALL TUBELESS SLIGHTLY HIGHER PLUS TAX EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS! \__ All credit handled by I Norton Tire Co. 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Registration Mine Saturday Ly. \pr 30, is the last day |e'r for the Miami Beach Lv clerks office, 1130 |oii ave., will remain open and Friday evenings and [Saturday for last minute |on>. Trie deputy office at Shore branch of the Mi[h Federal Bank, 301 71st Jeen <>pen week-days and Lpcn Thursday and Friday Ro 5. Transportation for Viing it to register can be by Mrs. Erwin Karson, ervice chairman of the lee ballots will be avail( ity Clerk's office only [May 16 and May 27 for lary. which will be held |l. and between June 1 and &r the run-off, which will on June 7. fcred voters in the armed nay have ballots mailed to he ballot for freeholders, fill appear on a separate Tpaprr rather than at the achines at the polls, may absentee between the May 23 and June 7. branch Sponsors tkey Contest gc disc jockey contest is Is way. Sunday mornings m. over station WAHR, at teen ager acts as the fey of the week. |keys arc chosen from the ;e groups sponsored by Branch, Greater Miami immunity Center. At the I fourteen week series, ding disc jockey will be Ing teen agers are Jack Jew tone; Lloyd Mendow, )ave Helfman, Mu Sig; imble, Chayim; Ronnie Satans; Bob Duke, Rebara Brotman, A.B.L.; vn. Emanons; Janet Mola Tau. Garner, Amicus; Harold lanccllors; and additiontrs not yet chosen from [Sabers and Sigma •• 9 it the^blesS^crf*. iwt, da ~ R bbi Robert Bergman of Cincinnati, O.. an emissary of the Jewish Welfare Board, intones commemorate £.?f^SS wme dun a ,he >" Passover Seder at this Northeast Air Command base. Helping him to losTh ChS HC Y 0 i TV *ZZ! Eqy n pUan bondaae are (left to ri 9 h,): Anny Pic E P hram Collins Miami; Naval Ensign man Fit Hn?S 1MB U^SSP C1 8S Bany SUckler Bos,on; Pfc ^^ Rohrlick New York City; Rabbi Bergman; AirkeTosie N Y anHfit r Kle, %McKeesport Pa.; and Airman First Class Sidney Lavine. Trenton. N.J.; Maj. Irvin Kent. Poughiceepsie, N.Y., and Pfc. Gerry Silverbrand. New York City. Mrs. Aaron Farr. For educational and religious inBudget Head Lists Committees budget being EeTopTdTy *^ ^ ^ ^ ,d members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation budget committee, according to Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman. Members of the committee will meet regularly on Mondays and Thursdays a', the Federation office for the purpose of conducting hearings requested by agencies regarding their specific annual needs and allocations by Federation. The sub-committee on service and cultural agencies met Thursday, at which time representatives of three agencies were on hand to participate in hearings. These in' eluded American Jewish Historical j Society, Yiddish Scientific Institute and Histadruth Ivrith. Dr. Goodman announced that the following community leaders have accepted appointments to serve on budget committee hearings: For service and cultural institutions and the Jewish Home for the Aged: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell, Morris Honigbaum, Arnold Seeder, Nat Winokur and Isidore Simkowitz. For defense agencies and the Greater Miami .Jewish .Community Center: Dr. Melvin Becker, Alvin Cassell, Lou Goldman, Sam Prosterman and Julian Weinkle. For Israeli institutions and agencies and the Bureau of Jewish Education in Miami: Sidney Aronovitz. —— — %  %  U II' I JUI I I Liberman Mokes Vaccine Available to Beach Hospitals Mt. Sinai and St. Francis Hospidren of needy Beach families. tal officials last week revealed they would accept a total of $10,000 stitutions, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jew\ from Miami Beach Councilman ish Social Service Bureau and National Council of Jewish Women: Mrs. David Bass, Daniel M. Broad, Dr. David Kirsh, Fred K. Shochet and Jack Toppell. Zamora Women Plan Affairs Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Center will have a donor luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Wednesday, May 4. Fashion show will be presented by Jeanette Neustadt, of Style Guide Fashion, Coral Gables. The show will be narrated by president Mrs.William Locke. Models will be sisterhood members. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. Harry Fishman, and co-chairman is Mrs. Nat Goldy. Chairman of the donor is Mrs. Joseph Neiman. Sisterhood will have installation of officers on Wednesday evening, May 11, at the Center. Mrs. Henry Wernick, president of the Southeastern Branch, National Women's League, will install officers. Chairman is Mrs. Sidney Fertig. w ww %  % %  i % %  n w^w^w Marcie Liberman to provide free Salk vaccine inoculations for chilSamuel Gertner, president of Mt. Sinai, and Mother Magdalena. St. Francis administrator, both notified Liberman they would accept the contributions "gratefully." •" Preparing for "L-Day" Apr. 29 are Maurice Unger, Combined Jewish Appeal chairman Sam J. Heiman and Councilman Harold Turk, who will lead the store-to-store solicitation on Lincoln rd. in behalf of CJA. Volunteers will seek $20,000 from merchants towards the campaign goal-of SI,350,000. ;^'X With Pe/uonal Checfeiiu| Account at FLORIDA NATIONAL You, too, can enjoy BankinQ ^ """ up from FUgler Street's busiest comer <^^ *<*£* ^ *Our Capital and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and Loans Make This On* of tho Strongest Banks in the Nation You can open your account with $ 10 and you don't even have to come to the bank to make deposits. And, remember, when you pay for everything by check, you save time, money and a lot of running around at bill-paying time. Come in, won't you, and let one of our officers explain the advantages of a PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT at the FLORIDA NATIONAL, one of the strongest* banks in the nation. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BAN|( LAND TRUST COMPANY IV At Miami Alfred I. duPont Building Member: Federal Reserve System, Federal Oeposit Insurance Corporation, Florida Netional Croup c I be Mrs. Frederick Fischer, and Mrs. 1 bis Leon Kronish and Irving LehrHarold Turk will preside at the I man and William Agranove and • VbUtl %** *•-** *v* —-**• %  J1IJIIII1 HWIulf M*. l*V \.WU^1C^UUV-I ***** ner tendered the Rabbi on the occasion of the celebration of