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The Jewish Floridian ( May 6, 1955 )

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awifelb-JEIIiDipidPiguR Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 29—Number 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS \OUNT SINAI SUPPLEMENT P 9 IB lei Of New $4 Million Mount Sinai Hospital Viewed 300 Attend Function to Hear Report On New Medical Institution's Site; Community Leaders List Objectives Over 300 social and community leaders are meeting this week in the Fleur de Lys room of the Fontainebleau hotel for a preview of the plans and pictures of the new Mount Sinai Hospital to be built on Collins Island early in 1956. Speakers on the program include Max Orovitz, president of Mount Sinai Hospital; Stanley Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the Mount Sinai Hospital Development Fund; and Dr. Herman £> — iew of the new Mount Sinai Hospital, construction of which shows the ultra modern lines of the medical institution now Beach architects Smith & Korach. is scheduled to begin on the planning boards A. Smith, of Chicago, noted hospital consultant. In addition. Rabbis Irving Lehrman, Leon Kronish and Joseph Narot are scheduled to participate in the program. The new building, to be erected on ten-acre Collins Island, was designed by the architectural firm of Smith & Korach. It will contain over 300 beds and embody the latest ideas in hospital layout and equipment. RADIO TCHMAN BROADCAST MOMirOKfP HCTf ing Conference May Lead Arabs as Hope Seen Israel to Mediation With Absence Was No 'Defeat' -*•>*• — %  Urt JGTON—President Eisenhower tells a press conferhe is not satisfied with the present operation of the Relief Act under which 214,000 immigrants are to country and that he would support legislation to ralization. At right is Arthur Greenleigh, executive of United HIAS Service. UNITED NATIONS (JTA>—The 29-nation Asian-African c o nference at Bandung, Indonesia, may have turned into a boon for Israel instead of a defeat in absentia, it was indicated here. Reports reaching here, chiefly from Arab sources, indicate that the Arab League sponsored resolution at Bandung, which on the surface placed the Asian and African countries in the Arab League corner, may have opened the door for possible mediation of the Israel Arab conflict. It is understood here that not only India and Burma are now interested in Israel-Arab mediation but also Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Thailand and perhaps Indonesia. In connection with these reports it is pointed out as significant a foreign broadcast by the Radio Teheran on Apr. 21, while the Arab League was presumably scoring a triumph with its anti-Israel campaign at Bandung, had hinted that mediation would be in order. tEATY ARTICLE 38 RAISES QUESTION Frfo Claims Committee Will Resume Talks May 9 (JTA)—Representatives of the Austrian ent and the Jewish Committee for Claims will resume talks on restitution for vicie Nazis on May 9, it was announced here The government will be conferring with of groups interested in restitution during of May 5 to 11. circles here are not concerned by the ingovernment quarters that the goverpment talks as "preliminary" in nature. The fnt out that the claims committee team is ned to sign any agreement at that time and |h signature must be by Dr. Nahum Goldresiding officer of the worldwide Jewish Be. It is authoritatively learned that Aus Mncellor Julius Raab has invited Dr. Goldcome to Vienna during the second half of vhile, Austrian Jewish circles have voiced apprehension over the fate of a clause in the draft of the Austrian state treaty, which may be signed by the four occupation powers this year. Article 38 of that treaty reserves to the Austrian Government the right to demand of Germany the return of property the Nazis took out of Austria to Germany. A considerable portion of that property consists of Jewish assets, including the contents of safe deposit vaults, insurance policies and special "flight" taxes which Jews paid for the right to emigrate from Nazi Austria. It is estimated that these assets amount to many millions of dollars, far more than the Jewish claims committee is seeking in a lump sum settlement with the Austrian Government. The Austrian Government has no thought of postponing the restitution talks despite the impending conference of Big Four Ambassadors on an Austrian state treaty. State Secretary hruno Kreisky, a government spokesman told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The broadcast implied that neither the Western Powers nor the United Nations have thus for succeeded in effective action to settle Israel-Arab disputes and appealed to both Jews and Arabs to "show good faith" in efforts to arrive at a settlement. The Iran radio seemed to refer to Iran as "neutral" as between Israel and the Arab states. Ruskin advised The Jewish Floridian that he hopes to announce contributions from the board of trustees in excess of $1,000,000 as the beginning of a campaign to raise 54,000,000 for the new building. Among those expected to be present at the dinner are: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ansin, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, Mr. Philip Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Martha Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carner, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chasin, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen, Mr. Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Drosd, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Einstein, Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mr. Eddie Feinberg, Mr. Irving Feinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Gus F^uer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Fleming, Mr. Arthur S. Friedman, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mr. and Mrs. Continued on Page 2 A CALLS BANDUNG 'DISCONCERTING' Priority for United Jewish Appeal Urged by Zionists in Proclamation NEW YORK (WNS)—A proclamation declaring that the United Jewish Appeal and the United Israel Appeal "are the main channels of philanthropic aid to the people of Israel, providing funds for the immigration and resettlement of the newcomers, the housing of the homeless, and the cultivation of the desert" was adopted here at an All-Zionist Planning Conference representing about a -million Zionists throughout the country. '* Addressing the conference. Dr. Giora Joseph!hal, treasurer of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, warned that Israel, as it enters the eighth year, may be "in grave danger of being forced back to a period of tent cities and unemployed immigrants unless American Jews can provide increased financial support for resettling the growing influx of impoverished newcomers from North Africa." At the same MISS PICON BACK Israel Bond Fete Due Sunday Eve Adding a festive touch to the Guardians of Israel seventh anniversary dinner party scheduled for time Dr. Josephthal stressed that i next Sunday night will be a beauIsrael in the past seven years had registered "extremely significant advances in all areas of the economy." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman of the United state of Israel Bonds Committee tifully designed, seven layer birthday cake to mark the joyous occasion of Israel's seventh year of independence, said Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the Jewish Appeal, told the conference that "Israel and the democratic ideal might have suffered terrible setbacks in the past seven years had it not been for the steadfast support given to both by American Jews." He reported that, in the Continued on P9e 9 A The dinner party will be held in the Coronation room of the Empress hotel. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m., and dinner will be served at 7. Adorning the birthday cake, especially designed by the Chef of Continued on Page 9 A 'V V



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PAGE 2A J WD *l Krt ] Leaders View Model of New Hospital Sisterhood of the IF YOU SUF^ "to*** • Dr t s: MrJ H Jfr* H*TT7 Knn. UH IMM Pt %  Dr and Mr, Mr ad Mr* Lei Mr. Dr aad Mr? Mawrire Lev Mr aad MrS r Lmim. Dr and Mrv Alfred G Lena. Dr aad Mrs Mwhwirl Levin. Mr aad Mrs el Lena. Mr and Mr' i Gerald Lewis. Mr Harm Liber %  a. Mr and MrMilton Lota. Dr Charles Lippow. Mr. and Mrs Sasnnel Upton. Dr and Mrv Louts G Lynoe Mr and Mr* A L Mail %  an. Mr and Mr> Harr> Markowrtz. Mr aad Mr< Hank Merer. Mr and Mr* M B Morru. Mr and Mrv Stanley Myers. Rabbi ant Mr' Joseph R Xarot Dr aad Mrs Dand Nathan. Mr aad Mrs. Ben Novaek. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Oritt. Mr Max Orr/ntz. Dr and Mrs Julias Pennon. Mr aad Mrs. David Ph. :.p* *.-< WmM H.rth F.rk Mr. and Mrs. David Prams. Dr awl Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs. Ma Mr and Mrs. Sac that e have the to aaeet the of the rapidly population, of Greater Miaai.~ said Orovitt. "and that* we are able to praride the people of that eoauna ruty with the best — tf^f care available today We aneat have m od em laboratories for iaVnnfied research, too. We want our hospital to be the most efficiently operated, the best staffed and the most m od er n at South Florida, with every tuunnjenee for the pa Uent which will aid in his or her T HOTH1 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 ILL lit An. Ph. *-M07 Mr. and Mrs. X B. Rood. Mrv Joseph Rose Dr aad Mmmted Off km m AMC aW f S Set Jose M. Weill has been elected vice president of the An cborage B'nai B'rith post He i* with the IS. Air Force stationed ir, Alaska. Patents are Mr. and Mrs. Eufrae Lyons of the Blackstone F l ow er Shops here r s. J. i i i t i • OK STOIlS *•-. •*• %  H l*oca| HfrfcSf*. f^VHOROWITZMARGARETEN CHICKEN SOUPS Ah* for Metre. tmeo TJTO T i liil m 5*017 fStnfl Cf ITIFICATf Si by PALM Prescript JM Specialist $ 350 IMCOtM NAI iMrmm t M • %  ITaifcif !> %  Awtmtt Pbsoe M t-74iS 1329 BtVCATMf 0O*JUVAI0 Atn •2-20*1 OCMtTrV CONTACT nut* CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI REACH The most valuable possession of Riverside iVtne good will of the tamilies we serve. ivenide FUNEIAl'oil E C T O t S TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Mitmi West Flagler & 20th Av*. v. Phone 0-20S4 1236 Washington Av£ Phone JE 1-7777 JE 1-3355 ^K-Mom-amauMci'iiivici^ *a T. NCWIIAM. Funeral Director' ]*AB laumM, Treasurer \i* NSW von*: 76th Street and Aaastrrdani Ave.' •aOOKLVN • MOM • LO.XO tStANO



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1IDAY, MAY 6, 1955 +Je*isii fhridian Irs. Fair to Chair Federation linner, Election of Officers Due PAGE 3 A Aaron Farr. Miami Beach !vic worker and community leadhas been named chairman of He Greater Miami Jewish Fedora on 17th annual dinner meeting. Announcement of Mrs. Farr's ap,..„,„„ it waft/nade this ,wpk bv ?*.ra!i.OOrtOPUCTt.C *•* IK*. Coral Chapter to Install Mrs. Gordon President Mrs. Jack Gordon will be installed president of the Coral Chapter, Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, Wednesday noon, May 11, at the Candlelight restaurant in Coconut Grove. Others to be named to office Include the Mesdames Sam Axelrod and Maurice Schwartz, vice presidents; Maurice Goldstein, case chairman; Al Scott, financial secretary; Robert Gold, recording secretary. The Mesdames Harry Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Irving Wallich, treasurer; Hy Friedman, social secretary; and Louise Brown, program chairman. CITY GOVERNMENT IS YOUR BUSINESS £kcL A Proven Leader — in — BUSINESS CIVIC AFFAIRS RELIGION GOVERNMENT SAM HALPERIN w Your Independent Candidate w Pledges No Commitments ** ON TUESDAY, Samuel Halperin PULL LEVER MAY 31 // BE PROUD OF MIAMI BEACH" —FM Pol. A*>.



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MGE4A FRIDA^ MAY c vJewist FlcriJ&r •*—y rntay *M UP ay e*a FlariaSaa at tk N. E Simtftj Street. Miami IS. Eaaara* a* HCM<-C1UI mjtt> J>jr 4. int. at t 0HBM"W1 M FJ. wmam ws, -t a* w-f j. 'Mrs TW %  % %  F TaridUan m mi HU t*e < % %  %  IMr r C • t t m c y. ***** Arta Faab.** Sya>c**a. W(t%  Neva tVv. Kit anal E*ta>*al Ulinlll. lir* aaaatialna a* Caai.aheiat iaaL OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 During The Week... A i s %  y LEO MIMDLIM •• u\ rwta oi Ute I la tta %  tea ta KabOn* Year __ tUBClT ON RATE* Twa Yar FREPE.SHOCHET E ditor and PubL.be, Vohia a ****' ^ 6. 1955 ^^^ ^ LEO BHNDUN Editat Iyar 14. 5715 Community Vision and Medical Progress The Greater Miami area is grow in g at a remarkably rapid pace. A good part of this growth must be attributed to the iact that the people who believe in Miami — the-people who lire and work here and who hope to see it become one of the finest co mm u nit ies in the nation — are not afraid to dream or to direct their energies toward making of that dream a reality. Mount Sinai Hospital is a case in point Ten short years ago. Mount Sinai was bom out of the increasing recognition that the area's general growth and the Jewish co mm u nit y's unprecedented derelopment needed a new hospital under Jewish auspices to keep pace with their rapidly burgeoning medical requirements. In the course of this brief period. Mount Sinai has become one of the largest and finest hospitals Bandung and Arab P ripng i iali Those of us interested in Israel's destiny shouldn't be too disappointed about the recent Bandung conference and the fact that the Jewish State was not accorded an inritahon to attend. The fact of the matter is that the conference turned out to be quite fruitless. %  purpose was to do anything more than BJMBU Israel, then the 1.000 delegates who -ne to Bandung accomplished exactly noth-. We hnd it inconceivable that such men of the stature of Nehru and U Nu. for example. Mdd take time out from their busy schedules to travei to Indonesia simply to hear Col. Nasser, of Egypt, and the ex-Mufti vituperate against a tiny nation that only last week celebrated its seventh anniversary. Bandung might have been a marvelous achievement from the point of view of that area of the globe and Israels failure to be invited might have been a political tragedy were the aims of the conference fulfilled. These aims were simple enough and involved a crucial point—a firm demonstration to the Western world that the nations of the East are corning of age. that they are capable of self-sovereignty and self-determination and that they will no longer tolerate Western interference. But this challenging program gave way, instead, to a heated attack against the Jewish State—an attack by which Arab spokesmen showed their untrustworthy hand. For in addition to demanding that Israel return to the demarcation line as originally determined by the UN Palestine partition plan, they clearly entered into negotiation with Red China's Chou En-lai and equally clearly demonstrated their willingness to support him in return tor his support af the by now bitterly humorous Arab position regarding Israel. If anyone is to learn a lesson from Bandung, it must be our State Department, which time and again—and once more at Bandung—is being shown that anti-communist alliances with the Arab world are not worth the paper on which they are written. A Dread Disease Conquered Polio, one of the most dread diseases in the history of humanity, is now apparently conquered. A mild-mannered, shy Jewish scientist. Dr. Jonas Salk, some ten days ago freely gave to the world the secret to the means of doing away with the killer. Needless to say, untold numbers of parents and children will remain eternally grateful to Dr. Salk, whose vaccine now removes the fear that gripped their hearts. The ravaging effects of Polio are heart-rending; its results are wasteful to human endeavor; its crippling power and deathlike grip for ages have made men spiritless and kept them concerned. Dr. Salk's miraculous discovery, in the face of a world bent on war and destruction, emphasizes man's constant struggle to better himself and the society in which he lives. More, it gives us good cause to ponder on those achievements still to be attained. A noteworthy key to Dr. Salk's success was the manner in which people everywhere participated in his efforts. There is perhaps unparalleled in history the mass scientific program which he spearheaded and behind which all Americans stood with their moral and financial support. Other diseases of the human body now challenge us, and our scientists, it is anticipated, will conquer them, too. in the South, embracing among its many programs research and educational facilities, a nursing school and an interne-training schedule. Just as Miami must continue growing, so too must Mount Sinai Hospital now reach out to embrace new threshholds of greater medical achievement We therefore note with pride the announcement last week of a S4.000.000 development program aimed at attaining this end. Announcement of the program may well make the Jewish community here proud of its accomplishment and is the result of six years of experience and study in Mount Sinai Hospital's present buildings at 4300 Alton rd.. the fruit of careful planning and research, a decision grown out of discussion and evaluation consuming thousands of hours of work by devoted community leaders. A newer and greater Mount Sinai Hospital will do more than continue serving the expanding health needs of the Jewish and general community—although this, in itself, is a necessary ambition. The new Mount Sinai will also provide physicians and researchers with more fully equipped faculties to fight and cure the ills of men here and everywhere; will offer its teaching programs broader fields of medical inquiry; will present to the people of this community, in accordance with the free precepts of ancient Jewish tradition, a finer haven for the sick—regardless of race, religion or the ability to pay. These are the goals. Simply stated, they seem simple or even "obviously necessary" to achieve. But just as the original dream required the cooperative efforts of many dedicated leaders, so too will this latest vision demand the devoted energy and skill of countless persons. In the forefront of the newly announced $4,000,000 Mount Sinai development program have been members of a joint committee composed of the hospital's board of trustees and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It is a tribute to their understanding that the program is based on the need for improved hospital faculties not only today but also for a community of 150,000 Jews within the next ten years. Such long-range planning requires intelligence and courage; it will also require the individual support of each of us. For the new Mount Sinai Hospital will be a part of the community in which we live and will therefore be a part of every Miamian. The Jewish community has thusfar happily met its responsibility in this regard as the present hospital site indicates. We are certain it will willingly meet the challenge of the new $4,000,000 medical institution. ISRAH-0 visit to ffce old and fhe ONE THING is true about impossible situations—if ,„,,. true about them at all. After a while, they seem to appear ou?" 1 U able, and before very long they are "completely within possibility." By the time a value judgment is computed n of some lonely theoretician to prove that impossible situations "" possible by definition and therefore highly probable the reT**! possibility" acquires an almost humorous kind of reality *l A ease in point is the He*. Charley Johns. Senator f rom c Another is the Hon Vincent C. Giblin. Circuit Court Judge in th %  I on a River. Still another is the not so honorable Conde McGinle" 5 C '^l lisher of sorts and hatemonger. Now. each of these three gentieL? U N an utter impossibility; yet all of them are so much with us that *l deny neither their individual existences nor the palpably real* I tions which, unbelievable as it may seem, they have fathered Sen. Johns last week introduced a bill at Tallahassee punx*. which is to prohibit hotels from using 'Testricted" or 'itherwwSI" their advertising to bar Jews. Of course, a lot of unfair people win %  that the ambitious young man from Starfce had more things in hi than bigotry when he sponsored and steered this bill to a swnOL vote in the State Legislature. Individuals of a vicious turn wiu that Sen. Johns is brooding over the Mac Arthur esque vow he mad*' mediately after a certain Mr. LeRoy Collins forced him to set aside hkl plans about the governorship. According to his own testimony tm2 displayed on the highways of Florida last year. Sen. Johns fuHUled I almost unaccountable number of promises during his tenure in ottiJj But these unfair people, recognizing the role of destiny m the ijJ of men. will say the Senator is now making certain that, if any, his on vow to himself will surely be consummated—that his historic dictunril shall return," will not take its place among the vainglorious prophwl in history'. And, of course, they will say, there is no better place t| Sen. Johns to insure this consummation than right here in Dade Count I where a considerably large group of voters failed to evince any inter! est in whether he would ever be back in Tallahassee again to speoil his time fulfilling promises he assumes he made to them Now toil is. without a doubt, vicious, as I have said. But it is undeniablr tnal that Starke's No. 1 representative did lose his battle in an area heavth 1 populated by Jews and hotels and that he may very well ask siratw] soul~ to remember his bill in the State Legislature when 1957 i upo| us. • • • a a NONE OF thiis the least impossible but good politic* and "expae-l sive humanitarianism instead. The impossible element in the situij tion lies in the fact that Sen. Johns was also instrumental recently u| introducing a bill that would assure the continuation of segregrl tion in Florida's public schools. In explaining the bill, Sen Johns saaj he wanted to take the administration of public schools out of the hanal of the Supreme Court, "where it does not belong." If one I* reasoBatH capable of forgetting the actual intent of this piece of legally que*J tionable legislation, it should seem clear that Starke's ieading citizeal is at odds with himself philosophically.. Of course, no one will accuse the Senator of being encumbered 1 the knowledge of useless things like philosophy. But it appears en nently strange for a man to be concerned about religious disenmia. tion in hotels while he simultaneously wracks his brain to uncove means of circumventing a decision on racial discrimination passed bj the highest court in our nation. Now, only but week, a Miami commJ nity leader told me there is no true conflict here. Religious freedoaj I had it explained, is the highest form of acceptable segregation, when! in individual groups are assured the right of indulging their spiritual inclinations by themselves and without the intrusion of their neigi-l bors. Racial discrimination, it followed, is merely a negative amplifial tion of this position. Unfortunately, I did not find the community leader's explanation satisfying. Both of these types of prejudice stem from a similarly bail kind of psychological motivation; any other interpretation seems not I sophistry. In any case. Sen. Johns has been joined in this category if ( actualized impossibility by Judge Vincent C. Giblin. a man bo remaial in my mind—among other reasons—for his attendance as an bonoreil guest at the Roy Cohn dinner here last November. I remember witl horror the tone of that dinner the oft-repeated observations aboil Cohn's "Jewishness," the wonder expressed that "one of them" can hi an ardent foe of communism, the anti-Semitism on the face of sua| remarks made at a function ostensibly held as a tribute to a Jew. Judge Giblin emphasized the significance of the occasion — *j erstwhile relationship between Cohn and his subsequently depcafl employer. Sen. McCarthy. For Judge Giblin was fresh from doling otl a series of contempt sentences to "Fifth Amendment communists," I denying them bail and from keeping them waiting in jail for n| Supreme Court to reverse his decisions on an individual basis. NOW THERE was nothing impossible here either; it was merdf illegal, as the reversals, one by one, proved. One may. of course, regard with something like bitter humor the improbability of a* Semitic expression at a dinner honoring a Jew. But the Jew in tail case was Roy Cohn, and the entire matter is therefore of minor import The breath-taking impossibility, however, in Judge Giblin s can "t in a remark he made here some ten days ago about IS lnisttfrai* matters. Secretary of State Dulles' dismissal of Edward Corsi •* a sensitive question—one which stimulates the most ardently partisan kind of comment. Judge Giblin, to say the least, clearly is in accord %  *• Mr. Dulles, and he became impossible only when, trying to do MrDulles one better, he questioned the intentions of President Eisenhower's seemingly ill-fate^ 1953 Refugee Relief Act—when, in short, he disputed the advisability of permitting the influx into the MM] States of "undesirable aliens especially from Southeast Europe," *&*) chief sin is that they are without Anglo-Saxon heritage. j If one can, again, forget the shock of Identifying a member of bench with such downright bigotry, the more fundamental impossibility here is Judge Giblin's ethnic distaste for most new American citizensexcept, apparently, those of the Anglo-Saxon variety-in light of Wj attendance as a guest of honor at a dinner paying tribute to Roy Cetel All of which, of course, puts me in mind of publisher McGinley w| his appearance before a Congressional investigating committee 1*1 week, which was probing the current furor over immigration matters I On its face, this is the greatest impossibility of all. Shortly before the demise of the last Republican Congress. Rep Harold Velde's House Committee on Un-American Activities came out with a report on neo-j fascist hate groups in America. Perhaps as a means of assuring %  grace with what then appeared would be a victorious Democratic Pan), the committee made its first effort at pointing out that an asce Kind of U.S. fascism is equally subversive with U.S. communism andemands investigation to assure the safety of our continuing democracy. i Cited in the Velde report were Conde McGinley and his hate sheet. Common Sense." Yet, this man was called before a Congress"**!^ mittee to express his views on the nation's immigration P|f reasonable parallel here would have been far Congress to £JL cuted atomic spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg's opinions on effew means of combatting communism.



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FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955 [Religion, Democracy to be Seminar Theme at North Shore Center Meet -Jewish ncrldUan PAGE 5 A Business, civic, governmental land religious leaders of seven ICreater Miami Beach communities hull attend a seminar meeting coLponaured by the North Shore Jewish Tenter and the Jewish TheologEral Seminary of America Wednesday morning at the Center, 620 -} |75th st. Officials from Miami Beach, Surfside, Bay Harbor" Islands, Bal larbour, North Bay Village, Indian, Creek Village and Golden Beach have been invited to the Session, according to Jerry Sussnan, chairman of the seminar. Dr. Aaron H. Blumenthal, vice president of the Rabbinical Assem My of America, and Dr. John Lawrence Yenches, minister of the :hurch-By-The-Sea, Bal Harbour, Will lead the seminar, entitled pReligion and Democracy—A Program for Our Time." Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirital leader of North Shore, Ezra p inegold, president of the congre[ation, Nathaniel Glickman. chairnan of the North Shore "Friends the Seminary," and Samuel J. lalperin, South Florida Seminary Jhairman, will also participate. Dr. Blumenthal, spiritual leader Congregation Emanu-El, Mount Ifornon, N.Y., since 1946, was orI.lined rabbi by the Seminary in 1932. He was graduated from Mcfill University, Canada, in 1928. Rabbi Blumenthal visited PalesIne as a delegate to the World lionist Congress during the summer of 1939. In 1943, he entered he United. States Army and servJ as chaplain at the Halloran tenera1 Hospital, Staten Island, Intil 1946. Dr. Aarui H. Blumtnthol Rabbi Blumenthal is chairman If its chaplaincy availability board, phich procures Conservative rabs for service in the chaplaincy the Armed Forces, and a mem ?r of the committee on Jewish and standards of the Rabbinikl Assembly of America. j He is a member of the board of %  rectors of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and of the executive committee of the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, which is responsible for the total chaplaincy program in the Armed Forces and in the Veteran's Administration. Dr. Blumenthal will address a public meeting Thursday, May 12, at the North Shore Jewish Center. He will speak on "The Conservative Movement Speaks to America," unfolding the behind -thescene story of the olanning and production of the Eternal Light program, top-rated radio series sponsored and produced by the Seminary. A special kinescope of a new film from the television series, "Frontiers of Faith," will be shown. The "Frontiers" series, cosponsored by the Seminary, is patterned after the "Eternal Light." Honor Student Roni Hyman Will be June UM Graduate Roni Hyman will be a June grac. uate at the University of Miami. A senior in the Department of Human Relations and Education at the UM, Hyman has been, on the Dean's List every semester since enrolling ot the university. He has been elected to'membership in Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Choice was made on the basis of Hyman's "high academic record and good character (and because) you will continue in the future to uphold through performance the high ideals of scholarship and honesty which you have demonstrated at the University of Miami." Hyman has also been selected for membership in Delta Phi Alpha, German honorary society, a national organization with 78 chapters. Only students who have done outstanding work in German are invited to become members. The U of M senior is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. 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He is on the executive committee, associate group of Miami Beach board of realtors, member of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association, Miami Beach Hotel Association, Miami Beach Taxpayer's Ass ociation, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars and is active in the Variety Children's Hospital and the Red Cross. Hall, a successful business man, apartment and hotel operator and educator, this week said he feels that he now wants "to be of service to the people of Miami Beach." A resident of Miami Beach since 1948, Hall lives at 1491 Lincoln ter., with his wife and daughter. CfcoWes F. Moll JIIHtK CUBAM AlHUXtS Cvkono dt Aviation MO MSCAYNl MMJUVARD, MIAMI, FIORJOA Bikur Cholim' Card Party Card party is being planned by the "Bikur Cholim" of the Israelite Center on Sunday evening, May 8, at the Israelite Center. Mrs. Nat Shenkin is chairman and Mrs. S. Lubetkin, co-chairman. Councilman Burnett Roth's outstanding work for the youth o! 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PAGE 6 A FBIDAY_ MAY Miss Frances Zinn Becomes Mrs. Allen Gordon in Candlelight Ceremony May 5 Mrs. Oarfe* Miss Schonwetter And Mr. Mandelberg Wed Here April 3rd Mr and Mrs Joseph SebonwetdaaghOr Claire to Mr Charles Maadefberg on Apr 3 Claire studied in New York and also attended the Uareersiry of MiCharles also studied in New York and i the son of Mrs Augusta yar.deJberg astd the late Dr Joseph Mandelberg He u co-osmer of the Malabo hotel at 386 Indian Creek dr. where they are now re-idmg The Maadelherg* own Pabn Crest Apartments. Miami Beach Geoffrey Randall To be Bar Mitzvah Geoffrey T.ance Randall, son of Mr. and Mrs Henry G. Randall. 6356 SW 14th st.. will be Bar Mitz \ah on Saturday. May 7, at the Coral Gabies Jewish Center A reception will be held in his honor at home on Sunday May 8. Geoffrey*! Hebrew studies were initiated at the age of four at the Shara Tefilla Jewish Center in Far Roekaway, N Y.. where he attended a kindergarten class After migrating to Florida, he became a student of the United Jewish Schools, where at the age of six he began hu formal Hebrew studies. Geoffrey i a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High School, where he is a member of the band. Recently, be was voted to represent his class at a school dance. As a fifth grids i *t S/tvaaia AuWs Elementary School. he was the winner of a speech contest with a speech entitled "Be Glad You're n American Child." Twice he was chosen to be master of ceremonies at variety shows. In his fourth grade at Sylvania heights, dressed as Uncle Sam he introduced each class, and at the West Miami Jewish Center he conducted proceedings at a Chanuka play. For three consecutive years, be won the annual spelling bee in his class. He was also a member of the Bey Scouts. May 5 was the day chosen by Miss Esther Frances Ziaa for her wedding to Allen Gordon The former Miss Ziaa is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Loan* Ziaa. Wit Pibswre. Hollywood. Fla. Mr. Gorans is the oa of Mr and Mrs. Abe Cordon. Xew York City. Babbi Dend Thipirn iffhrmafd at the 7 p m. ttrrmnj m the di Gras reasa af the Beats b) Mrs. Zinn. mother of the bride. pink pean de soie with matching accessories a n d | wore a doable orchid corsage. Mrs.! of the groam, was at til ad at nary lace over grey taffeta aad wore a dwenle orchid Maternal grandmother of Mrs Sttowitz. who came New York to honor the bride chiffon aad Sheilah af the groom took •f the rnntink. attired in pake base, and a cymbtdiam orchid Gordon. the groom, wore cafe an and a cymbdium orchid were signed and by the Blackstone Flower white hybrid with lily-of-tbevalley Aa used far the ceremony, the same one which had previously served the bride's mother and sister. Matron of honor was the sister of the bride. Mrs. Bernard Veraaa. af New York City. She chose aa teeblue satin and tulle dir ecaaire gown and carried a heartshaped fan af sheUpank tinted eatUeya orchids. Flower girl Theda Clarise Vemon. niece of the bride, wane aqua organdy with twetiered starched skirt and carried a pink basket with rose petals. Ira L Vernon. nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. in the Holhotel. Among out-ofthe maternal of the bride. Mr. and JU. from New and Miss Sheila of the groom, and Vemon, sisof the bride. New York of South I attends University of Mumi. where in physical education. She is a member of Phi Delta Pi Professional fraternity. The is a graduate of Peter StuyHigh School in New York and is at present with the US. Nary, preparing for his engineers degree. For her going away costume the bride chose a Dior Aline ensemble of mduii print with match mg acand wore a white orchid Upon completion of a honeymoon trip by motor through the State of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon will be at home at 1319 Filmore st.. Hollywood l i ft Sfway Growers To Meet Next Week Unit study groups for May of the League of Women Voters of Miami Beach will take up the topic. "Live Isaacs in Tallahassee." with Mr* Norman Babel, former president and now state resource chairman, explaining the subject matter. On the schedule as hostesses for the week are Monday. May 9. 10 a.m.. Mrs. Hal T. Meyers. 5825 La Gorce dr ; Wednesday. May 11. 7:30 p.m.. Mrs Erwin Karson, 3083 North Bay rd.: and Friday, May 13. p m. Mrs. Herbert Bromberg. 8035 Mormac ave Discussion leaders include Mrs. Leonard Heller. Miss Doris Wemstein and Mrs. D. Donald Smith, unit chairman. iTwBsMj Awaits •• Meet Young Adult Group of Temple Fjnanu El will hold its next meeti ing on Wednesday evening. May 11. according to Burt Tumpson. I president. Specie/ mother's Day Service Special Mother's Day service will be conducted at Temple Emanu-El Saturday morning Student participation will be by Arlene Kaplan. Iris Lipton and Stephen Chaikin. Greetings from the Parent-Teacher Association will be brought by Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president, while i Mrs. Jules Channing will represent the sisterhood Mrs. Sherman Kaplan is chairman of the reception, and Mrs. Harry Brick is chairman of the corsage committee. Misa Hcxriet E. Gans. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans. 4480 North Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, cele. brated her 16th birthday with a luncheon and swim parry tor 75 of her friends at the Fontainebleau hotel on Apr. 23. Miss Gans is a tenth grade student at Miami Beach High School, where she is a member oi National Forensic League and was elected recording secretary of Anchor Club and president of "toys" B'nai B'rith Girls for 1355-56 Mn. loiKjei to be /*sf.Jie. Presiweirf of Tropkal Chapter Tropical Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will have an installation luncheon on Wednesday noon. May 11. at the Sovereign hotel The following officers will be installed: President—Mrs. James Langel: j vice presidents—Mrs. Larry Leek-1 art. Mrs. Louis Jilier. Mrs. R. Ram-1 bow; treasurer—Mrs. Henry Levy; {recording secretary—Mrs. Albert 1 Kronowitz: corresponding secre 'tary—Mrs. Paul Goldman. Financial secretary—Mrs. Abra| ham Shapiro; historian — Mrs. i David Past: sentinel — Mr*. Moe Steinberg; parliamentarian— Mrs. Irving I-aibsoa; counsellor — Mrs. Louis Wilson. Board members—the Mesdames E Arrow. Norma Berger. Herbert Cohen, Leon Epstein. Herman | Feldman, L e r o y Levy. Harvey %  Michaelson. Joseph Weiner and 'Robert Strauss. Installation Slated By Sisterhood ftJ J**?P** remowes IM?* Ujreleeted offb^T-'fci %  f"**" of the S.. Urh d Miami Hebrew School an?/' 1 { ^ •* will take place ..^ eon on Wednesday noon m the social hall %  f the iU Elected to serve with *deJJ. president. are*...*' dames Michael Blank Ieidesrt; Abraham Barka. ond vice president; Milton vJ0\ recordmg secreta JH 8*r. corresponding secrM^F ham Wemtraub. finaac Board of director* include," Meadames. Simon Apr, g, Kelemer, Joseph SchwadroT ward Becker. Robert Schmi Harry Bebrow. Peter DuchoT] tm Berger. George Goldberg; be Harrison. Dav d Hecht. M. sen. Sam Herman. Dave IQ Toby Magin. Dave Meltzer Perlman. Frieda Rappaport Stahl. Inrin Sirkin. A Ze_* | Mildner, Jack Stone. Joseph witt. L Sharoff. R. Rockoft' Seen, a. Kontruff. Babbi Simon April leader, of the congregation. principal speaker and officer. Larry Blue will entertain. Cantor Berele Kei will render vocal ^elections. Home Aoxilkuy Plans Sife fo teskfeefs Mother's Day program ed by the Greater Miami w'_ Auxiliary. Jewish Home for Aged, will be held 9u noon. May 8. at the BOOK in or of all senior mother resid Mrs. Louis Makov-ky chairman. Mrs. Max Gree.-oe: Mrs. Jack I'dell will be sp hostesses for the afternoon. 0a Troop AJvin Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Feldman, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, May 7. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior-Senior High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-D, where he is in the second grade. Ard more Ronald Purcel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford S. Purcel will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, May 7. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and is in the second grade of the religious school of Temple Emanu-EL Ardrrture) David Arthur Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levy, 3600 Pinebee dr.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday. May 7. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. David, a student in Beth Sholom religious school. in the seventh grade oi Nautilus Junior High School ()u I-of-Town ( G uests to Honor Bruce Rupiuiport Bruce Martin Rappaport *"jf I Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rappanort 61 ] SW 11th St.. will be Bar MittTiNM Saturday. May 7. at the West ami Jewish Center Rabbi AlWj Waxman wi!l officia'e Bruce Is a seventh erade P"f !" at West Miami Junior High Scbwj and attends the religious school West Miami Jewish Center. I Bruce is a great grardwn* Rev. Solomon Rappaport. I and cantor of the West End v gogue of New York City and_ direct descendant of Babbi 5 mon Judah Loeb Rappaport. Crw Chief Rabbi and famoureligw".! %  leader of Prague. Austria Among out-of-town quests pected to attend are Mrs 7 I* Rappaport and daughter *'*!*; grandmother and aunt. fro "/T ineck. NJ.: Mrs. Charles *£ man, grandmother. Mrs. J Schloasman. g r e at grandsow.| 'and Leah Schlossman. great *M aU from Jackson Height'. !"_-. and Dr. and Mrs. Jack Levy. p ""Bruce u a member of the***} band, a Life Scout in Troop*and was awarded first proe in recent Science Fair in the r>.. j cal Science Division, i"" 1 ^."'^ school, held at the IniversUJ Miami



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<1T)AY, MAY 6, 1955 +JewlstinorMiari PAGE 7 A Mn Schwartz New Chapter President Mrs. Abe Schwartz will be installed president at the tenth annual installation luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, on Tuesday noon, May 10, at the Empress hotel. Others to be installed include the Mesdames Max Davis, Benjamin Druckman, Herman Stern and Benjamin Rimer, vice presidents; A. Barron, treasurer; Jack Silverma n, corresponding secretary;. Jack August, assistant corresponding secretary; Leon Rapce. financial secretary; Dorothy Kagel, recording secretary. The Mesdames Lillian Korenblilt, social secretary; Harry Kaufman, parliamentarian; David Denner, sentinal; Ben Lebow, historian; and Helen Sanders, counsilor. Chairman will be Mrs. Lebow. Mrs. Herman Stern is program chairman, with Mrs. Ida Optner, installing officer. Invocation will be by Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, with Mrs. Sanders offering the benediction. Mrs. Ate Schworfi The exist of "Cry Havoc," next production of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Theater Guild, I listens to final instructions from director Bob Brenner, in preparation for their opening at the [Little Theater, 320 Palermo ave.. Coral Gables. Left to right (upper) are Geri Lieber, Mildred Wasmon, Mariana May. Isobel Birk and Francia Brenner. Lower left, standing. Rose Rovin, [Gail Podejl, Kitty Gateman, Linda Rovin, Ida Beck. Rita Klein and Ann* Shaw. Esther Cone is I not shown in picture. eborah Society Chapter Has Election meeting was held this peek at the home of Mrs. Louis evy fof the Deborah TuberculoSociety. Reelected to serve as officers for he ensuing year are the Mesdames Jward Singer, founder president; a M. Levine, honorary presiOfficer Installation dent; Louis Levy, president; Sidney Ginsberg, Raymond Rubin and Sara Holland, vice presidents; Herman Glasser, treasurer; Herbert Shapiro, corresponding secretary; Nat Stein, financial secretary; and William Weintraub, social secretary. ...get more than you ever got before in any other cake mix! SBSLMW' GIVES YOU ALL THESE EXCLUSIVE EXTRA ADVANTAGES! Wolperts fo be Envoys for Mayor Aronovitz Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert, of the Wolpert Furniture Co., will carry greetings to mayors of half a dozen foreign cities and act as an envoy of Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. The Wolperts left Wednesday from New York for Europe and the Middle Hast. The couple will spend three days each in Paris, Venice and Rome, then on to the East, spending a week in Greece; 10 days in Turkey; and six days in Israel. The remainder of the trip has not yet been mapped out, but the Wolperts will sail for home from Naples on June 27. 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JIPAY, MAY 6. 1955 iLOBAL SHORTS +Jewlstinrr*~ r PAGE 9 A btr Semite Loses Move Set Aside Verdict NEWARK (WNS) — Superior url Judge Howard Ewart this !'k denied a motion for a new a I brought by the attorneys for nde McGinley. notorious antiule and publisher of the hate Pt, Common Sense, who was asIsed $30,000 in damages in a libel [t by Rabbi Joachim Prinz of |s city. McGinley's lawyers askfor a new trial on the ground It the judgment was excessive against the weight of evidence. age Ewart denied the motion, daring that the "size of the verct indicated good judgment." ispitol Reveals Important irgery for Cancer SAN FRANCISCO (WNS) — The nerican Cancer Society this week closed that three Mount Zion spital doctors here had made a discovery in the treatment of Beer of the breast, with the treatbut involving the first successful Implantation of adrenal glands km oro part of the body to the her. The new surgery was perrmed by Dr. Donald Bernstein his co-workers Drs. Gerson R. ind and A. Lincoln Brown. The operation is not considered a re and is not used as routine pecdure. British Parliament Won't Consider Anti-Schechita Bill LONDON (WNS) Because of pressing government measures it must consider prior tp dissolution in connection with the forthcoming national election, there is no likelihood that Parliament will receive, much less consider, legislation banning shechita where the cattle or fowl had not been previously been stunned to unconsciousness. OOVJURRIMAN HAILED FOR APPOINT mm Woman Leader Named to Mew York Committee on Refugees Father of A-Submarine Receives Columbia Award NEW YORK (WNS)—Rear Ad miral Hyman G. Rickover, who supervised the design and construction of the world's first atompowered ship, the submarine Nautilus, has been awarded the 1955 Egelston Medal, Columbia University's highest alumni award for "distinguished engineering achievement." NEW YORK—Gov. Averell Harriman was hailed this week for his appointment of Mrs. Irving M. Engel to the newly-reconstituted New York Committee on Refugees by Mrs. Moise S. Cahn, president of the National Council of Jewish Women. Appointment of Mrs. Engel, who recently retired as national president of the 62-year-old Jewish women's organization and who was for many years the guiding spirit behind its service to the foreign born program, is, in Mrs. Cahn's opinion, "an assurance that the new committee is intended to do as effective a job as possible in aiding the settlement of refugees and their absorption into the economy." The only woman named to the 17-member refugee board, Mrs. Engel is considered an 'outstanding authority on immigration. During her five-year presidency of the Council and in the years preceding, she carried forward an immigraidicts Jewish Population Rise by 500,000 IEW YORK (WNS)—If the Jewpopulation increases in the no proportion as that of the geni! population in the next five trs there will be 500,000 more in the United States by 1960, was predicted here by Philip rnstein, executive director of Council of Jewish Federations Welfare Funds, in an address ire the annual meeting of the fish Center Division of the Naaal Jewish Welfare Board at the rbizon Plaza. The present Jewpopulation is estimated at khtly more than 5,000,000. Norway to Accept DP Jews From Germany as Immigrants OSLO (JTA) — Up to 100 displaced persons and their dependj tion program begun in 1903, when ents now living in camps in Gerthe Federal Government asked the many and Austria wi be accepted .„ •_ iL as immigrants by Norway within organization to ensure the safety the next few months, under a speMn. Irving tngtl of Jewish girls arriving from Eastern Europe. Now a vice president of the United Hias Service, Mrs. Engel took a leading part in its formation, as well as in the founding of one of its predecessor organizations, the United Service for New Americans. Isadore Lubm, Hew York State Industrial Commissioner, is chairman of the new committee. Edward F. Corsi is among its members. Mrs. Engel pointed out, in commenting on her acceptance of the new post, that "there has never yet been a period when immigration has not helped the United States — although certain people have always cried havoc about it." On the problem of America's current immigration policies, she added, "It is doubtful that Dr. Jonas Salk's mother would be able to immigrate to the United States today. She came from Eastern Europe." Mrs. Cahn, who appealed to President Eisenhower for leadership in securing immigration law reform at a breakfast meeting last week, asserted that "while it is gratifying that the State of New York is attempting to make the most of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, no amount of humane effort can take the place of the more just and democratic immigration law which America so badly needs." cial plan of the Norwegian Government and the Joint Distribution Committee made public here. The agreement was reached by the Refugee Council of Norway, representing the Government, and Charles Jordan, assistant director of the JDC. |,000 Jews Welcome Eshkol Buenos Aires Festivities Bl ENOS AIRES (JTA) — More ^n 15.000 Argentine Jews turned last night to give a rousing welue to Israel Finance Minister Iri Eshkol and to officially open United Israel Campaign here 1955. Several choirs and bands Jewish youth organizations eted the Israel guest, who was orted by Israel Ambassador [ieh Kubovy, as he passed down central walk to the rostrum. le flags of Israel and Argentina Ire hoisted over the dais as the Iwd cheered. >rmon Government Failed Offer Scientist Pension iERLTN (JTA) — The late Prof. t Einstein never received any Jmpensation or restitution for operty taken from him by the zis, a survey of competent urces here and in Bonn disclosAs a long-time university prossor and director of the governental Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, would have been entitled to a kbstantial civil service pension, lit he apparently disdained to ask |r it and no move was made by >P German Government to offer to him. Sen. Lehman Seeks Ouster Of Scott McCleod WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen. Herbert H. Lehman last week introduced legislation to oust Scott McLeod, State Department security chief, as administrator of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. He branded the administration of the program as a "bureaucratic nightmare" and charged that Mr. McLeod had taken the position that the fewer refugees admitted the better. Convicted Terrorists Released Under Israel Amnesty TEL AVTV (JTA)—The last four of a group of convicted terrorists responsible for attacks on the Soviet and Czech legations and for. attacking non-kosher butcher shops were released from prison last week in an Independence Day amnesty by order of Defense Minister David Ben Gurion, it was announced here. The others were released earlier by former Defense Minister Pinchas Lavon. wish Actors Lift Ban Maurice Schwartz [ NEW YORK (WNS) — A resolurescinding its earlier "ban" ijain.st Maurice Schwartz was >pted here by the Hebrew Acprs Union after sharp debate on a potion by the union's executive ^commending affirmative action, "e ban was issued some months Bo when Schwartz, in defiance of tPPosition, produced English lanpage plays on Second ave., an pa considered as exclusive terri""y ( by the Yiddish theatrical /d. On closing his production, pnwartz admitted it was error to Eisenhower Fetes Dr. Salk; Ceremony at White House WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower last weekend paid high tribute to Dr. Jonas E. Salk, discoverer of the vaccine to prevent paralytic poliomyelitis. At ceremony in the White House garden the President awarded a citation to Dr. Salk and expressed appreciation to him on behalf of "the countless thousands of parents and grandparents" whose fears have been dissipated by the Salk vaccine with which children throughout the nation are being innoculated. Israel Bond Fete Due Sunday Eve Continued from Pag* 1 A the Empress, will be a flag of Israel and an American flag to symbolize the "bond between" the two nations. The cake will also bear a huge figure seven and seven candles noting the seventh year of Israel as a free nation, and will be gaily decorated with the traditional blue and white icing, Sher said. At the dinner party, a special message and proclamation will be heard from Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins. Molly Picon, "Queen of the Yiddish stage" and internationallyknown star of stage, screen and radio, will be one of several noted entertainers who will be guests at the dinner party. Miss Picon returned recently from Israel, where she spent two weeks surveying industrial plants, commercial enterprises and agricultural projects which are being supported with the aid of investment capital derived from the sale of State of Israel Development Bonds. Indicating that the best possible birthday present to the young State of Israel would be the purchase of an Israel Bond. Sher stated that the dinner party celebration saluting Israel will be a highlight in the calendar of community events. "By attending the Guardians of Israel dinner party, by purchasing State of Israel Bonds, we can help strengthen every facet of Israel's expanding economy to the point of self-sufficiency," said Sher. P r 'ng that medium to Second ave. Congress." Bigot Assails Dr. Einstein Before Senate Body Hearing WASHINGTON (JTA) — Gerald L. K. Smith, anti-Semitic leader, appeared last weekend before a Senate immigration sub-committee to defend the present immigration laws which have been branded as "racial" by former President Truman and modification of which was urged by President Eisenhower. Mr. Smith said that "there is a passive resistance to migration when we feel we are going to get another Einstein." He told the sub-committee that Dr. Einstein "personified" those people "who hold themselves in contempt of Empress Chef Edmond Johnson (right), president of the Greater Miami Epicurean Club, prepares special batter for a sevenlayer birthday cake to mark the occasion of Israel's seventh year of independence. Baker Paul Towe (left) holds flags that will adorn the specially designed cake by Johnsen. Baker Wilber S. Bowling (center) holds a facsimile of the figure seven which also will decorate the cake. The cake will be trimmed and decorated with the traditional blue and white icing, and will be served next Sunday night at the Guardians of Israel seventh anniversary dinner party in the Empress hotel. Zionists Urge Priority for United Appeal molly Picon Students at Reception Senior students of the graduating class of the Lear School attended an informal reception at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear Wednesday evening. Continued from Pa* 1 A seven years of Israel's existence, American Jews had made it possible for the UJA to allocate close to $500,000,000 for programs that "have helped Israel to transform hundreds of thousands of lives and thousands of years of changeless neglect." "This aid from the United Jewish Appeal," he declared, "has helped Israel to emerge not only expressed the view that "it does as a 20th Century State but as a not speak well for the moral climland in its part of the world with an unrivalled system of free institutions and an unmatched dedicent Bandung resolution endorsing the demands of the Arab states, declared that "one might have expected that states that had only just obtained their sovereignty would be less ready to accept on their face value the cliches of Arab League propaganda." Terming the Bandung conference in this respect "disconcerting" and the demands of the Arab states "untenable," Dr. Goldmann ate in the world today that these nations adopted this resolution; that the history created by Israel cation to the free way of life." The in the past seven years be cancelUJA executive head warned that | led out and replaced by history as the Arab League would like to write it." The Jewish Agency chairman called upon friends of Israel "to elucidate more vigorously Israel's case and to stand be"a retreat now to the camps of yesterday would not only impair Israel's economic health but, in disarming Israel economically, might possibly invite a re-invigorated attack by its neighbors." Dr. Nahum Goldmann, in a political statement referring to the rehind Israel financially and morally so that she can weather the present crisis."



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PAGE 10 A TODM *AT, &lwtrtn^ %  4 O h i I n n r i r> s HodaSSOh Holds Mrs. Regional Meeting Baium.^ „Palm Beach County Chapter '*£*??*• n Hadassah was hostess to the Hoc,B Jw* u '.; j^7 w „ Ef H1> RegKmal Conference of Hatespa _* d -*?*> S*^ ah at the Hotel Georie Washin* Sc: Mas. Tost w*cvub approximately 300 delegates £. from throughout the tate attend to attend ier,irJ!*>j -the home f ^**i Baltimore ^ %  hal MUS. SSSS'E KOSfN %  %  !* li; 1 S vS S.4S t IV£M '** •* i • wo*, s v:os ^ u •-.. t *t: airs. Iremg Mack. New Yea*. Ma tioea! Hadassan >upplte> and purchasing chairman and laeaaher of 1 .toe oatmeal board, was national advUor for the fifth annual meeting Y Hugh Orgell. information officer. Embassy of Israel. Washington. DC. was speaker at the eon**h Babb; ference banquet Sunday ciinimi fl '"< Mr LeTin Unveiling The dedicatiot of £!£?—>**t-avm. fomy.v oi jj2 •.. will take'puc, Sm 1 JO pm iu, ^ Le-kj is %  "£*;' Southern part of the state the afternoon sesaaoas. .T e>-*ri*c rve* ;*• ^. _rrC ct^rr^cr tie esv.r-r l.-v:c. : Iwkmwan Srwrr.e r-i Gaawawfla S. fctll-nr recr^c prusademt s j. M i —r -u CUB-TL this past year "> !" Workshops were featured MATMAM CMctEK ra mt —' r*a p Mi* !" K*-*. A;— • T< *<> %  S vGOl_iS tiri Mrs Inrm Weinstein. Miami. %  ** wife. Le ri and","--. president of the Florida Region. Leah Gamali Arrautell named Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miami. %  charge of F-lnwrTS* conference chairman Mrs. Sirkin. %  *•* Comp*-. Frienua who has senred the region as tiee ti*es are aski J •> atteai for three years, has also 1 %  **| fc • Wilensky Unveiling Free* % % %  dl Cemett.-. Saaaaj pjn Kabbi W Speakers aM soo-ft TcrM •-. iw-*k. u^ voi-ermfof Temple Israel Mrs. Mack. Dr Don Hattel director at li F-saR-s6i MMJ will off. .-. Fna> %  ntedtohei' reiatnes are LEGAL *0TKE Joint Htsfallafion Hears Off ciai Urge Adequate Security aa^af i ar iaa Smut? rraei at Osral Gahtes MA rant nkmrn caer StNurum and Lean lraas a> si Gabies aad West Msmm Fart* of j feaTl ;ae iemsm War VetecaR> .^i the laaed States Some • aarmas si* Lou Pfad.*. > at the sue H aWA". aci-ner ibe c •r •/• aflhrers rust Skate Deport ] MB ceon. Moms was. ED'H G£"EC~*E* S..4 Vital BrK>>. faSfoff PrrsMlcmf aWuraaai sunal hour at Kjmtaa Hal of Temaw tsraei renfawi the WS C.S£ K.T%I*N av *t r>M >b OK, fctr* -* %  > fr\


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ly, MAY 6, 1955 kteL!kri&aHn iy Workers attend Brunch bined Jewish Appeal volunHio participated in "C-Day" her area campaigns will be chairman Sam J. Heiman [social functions on Sunday, [ workers in the Miami area een invited by Heiman to at[ brunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Branch of the Greater Miami Federation. i workers will meet with at a breakfast 9:30 a.m. at pal Palm hotel. our campaign nears its wish to take this opportumeet with the army of Vets who served side by |th our campaign leaders on and in the other area I' said Heiman. tin sure they will wish to \e our strengths and weak| for the coming campaigns, fry will be pleased to hear of pcord-breaking achievement ling to campaign officials, r-to-door drive netted over exceeding last year's total division of $26,778. PAGE 11 A --**: %  h mm The first meeting of Temple Emanu-El's 1955 confirmation committee brought together (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, chairmen; Mrs. Murry Grossman, chairman of the 1954 committee; Maurice Cohn. financial chairman; and Mrs. Irvmg Lehrman, in charge o f confirmation preparations. Students of THereth Israel To Honor Mothers Sunday Honoring mothers of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center, the children of the Sunday and Hebrew schools will present a special Mother's Day program at the Center Sunday morning. Participants in the program will be Marion Querido, Ileen Zeitzew, Yvette and Deena Rubin, Sheridan Golin, Bill Guterwill, Bruce Perlman, Donna Lakin, Susan Howard, Mariann Alderman, Bruce Lamer, Ileen Klein, Myrna Wexler, Don Paul, Sheldon Metzer. Charlene Wiener, M a u r een Brown, Judith Harris, Eleanor Querido, Susan Wool, Michael Zuckerman, Peter Lenkway. Ronald Halperin, Johanna Guterwill and Steven Levy. Mrs. Al Zeitzew will provide piano accompaniment. Mrs. Abraham Herson is in charge of the program. Practical Nurse — Age 39 ALL TYPES OF CASES BY HOUR, DAY OR WEEK. References, reasonable rates. Ph. HI 6-6227. V^rA^z-^V^W* 10% Interest on First Mortgages KEN HUR Ph. HI 8-2683 it Wins Award [Carol Ann Goldstein, young and daughter of Mr. and liiiuel A. Goldstein, 1920 SW was selected as the most ftding student of music in High School at their anpring concert held at the on Apr. 29. She was award^hool letter and a gold lyre is a pupil of Mrs. Harold peer in Program :tr and Mrs. Philip Brummer ear in a P.T.A. Auxiliary at William Jennings BryDO1 ; North Miami, on Tueslihg, May 10. Vice Mayor Law Offices li Beach vice mayor HarISpaet, a long time practicorney here, moved into his law office at 350 Lincoln |f week, severing his affiliate the law firm of Nathani;i and Spaet. turner associate municipal [of Miami Beach. Spaet is rsident of the Miami Beach ksociation and is a member FAmerrcan and Dade County |sociations. ras elected to the Miami city council in 1953 and was [ vice mayor. bduate of New York XJniverbllege of law, Spaet moved \h Florida in the early thir1939, he formed the firm lhanson and Spaet with IrTlathanson. Later, Kenneth DW justice of peace for Disjoined the firm. 400 Women Volunteers Voice Support Of Turk at Initial Campaign Push Almost 400 volunteer women Christians and Jews for five years supporters of Tarold Turk particiand recalled the councilman's "unpated in an initial coffee at the | relenting fight against the Ku Delano hotel Monday, honoring : Klux Klan in the state legislature the former Miami Beach mayor at Tallahassee." "Turk spearheaded legislation in the state capital which eventually resulted in unmasking the Klan in Florida," declared Mahoney. Mrs. Meyers revealed Turk's efforts on behalf of securing additional school sites on Miami Beach as she told of the former mayor's interest in the public school system. Turk and his wife, the former Stella Wahlstadter, are the parents of three children, all of whom attend public schools in Miami Beach. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz introduced Kupperman, Margaret Newman Turk j who said ne had originated who is seeking reelection to city council. The event was initiated group of o u t-. standing women! leaders f r o m| t h r oughout Miami Beach. In charge o f I a r r a n g ementsta were the Mesdames Emanuel Goldstrich, Rhoda Levine, Alex a n d e r Libow, John C. Mahoney, F1 o r e nee CASH AND CARRY 20% DISCOUNT FREE SUMMER STORAGE in New Modern Fireproof Building MAGIKIST RUG CLEANERS 3601 N.E. 46th St., Miami Ph. 64-7541 or 64-8941 Alt RUGS INSURED Synagogue in Florida. Far information call UN 6-2153 and ask for CANTOR GOLDMAN House of Pictures Miami's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oil* Engravings — Modern — Traditional Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs 6237 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 84-9812 Abbey Stove & Appliance Co. 1095 N.W. 23rd STREET SPECIALIZING IN NEW AND RECONDITIONED STOVES All Makes Serviced and Repaired Dial 65-2031 WANTED COUPLE TO SHARE 2-bedroom house with adults in S.W. near synagogue. Call 5 9 p.m. Phone 83-1388 Steam, Seymour Satin, Sidney Schwartz, Anna Brenner Meyers, Billie Wlen, Saul Schwartz. Ben. Greene,' Ruth Scott, andEmma Most. Toastmaster w a s. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, while speakers included Mrs.Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Libow, Mrs. Most and Mrs. Meyers, member of the Dade County School Board. Lone male guest speaker was John Mahoney, Miami Beach civic leader, who cited Turk's "outstanding record of civic and governmental achievement since coming to Miami Beach in 1937" and of the former mayor's untiring efforts in fighting intolerance and in fostering interfaith relationships." Mahoney described Turk's activities as public relations chairman of the National Conference of -OPEN HOUSEat FIRST COMMERCIAL BINAURAL LANGUAGE LABORATORY IN THE WORLD SPANISH ENGLISH PORTUGUESE learn la USS TIME ft USS MOHIY Take advantage of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION at CLASSROOM RATES |URS OF INSTRUCTION ARRANGED TO FIT YOUR SCHEDULE Come and Judge for yourself FREE LESSON NO OBLIGATION Win. L. Higgins Studio of Languages 306 Calumet Building, Miami, Florida Phone 2-0210 "such outstanding m u n i c i pal achievements as long range city planning, the present city public relations department and the Latin American relations program." Turk, a councilman since 1947, was elected mayor in 1949 with the largest number of votes ever accorded a councilman up to that time. Rabbi Siegel to Speak At B'nai B'rith Luncheon Guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Tuesday noon. May 10, will be Rabbi Samuel Siegel, who was administrative head of Hebrew Theological College in Chicago for 25 years. Hhis subject will be "Jewish Education in Israel and the United States." The luncheon meeting will be held at the Pickin Chicken restaurant, Lincoln rd and Collins ave. Michael Sossin is president of the Lodge, and Gershon S. Miller is chairman of luncheon. PARA MOTH CRYSTALS 100% (Paradichlorobeniene) 2 Siies — Rice, Nuggets CASH AND CARRY PRICES Mb. Package 35c S-lb. Package $1.45 Mb. Package 65c 10-lb. Package $2.60 TRULY NOLEN GARDEN SUPPLY STORE 3106 Coral Way TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS OFFICE 841 Biscayne Blvd TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS OFFICE 1742 Alton Road TRULY NOLEN FUMIGATING CHAMBERS 1333 N.E. 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William Farr, Mrs. Jane Fisher, George E. Fox, Gillette, Sidney B. Gorchov. Jack Gordon, Samuel J. Halpern, Walter Jacobs, Arnold Levy, Stuart Newman, M. A. Riboud, Parks Rusk, Robert Siegel, Arthur Simon, Milton Smith, William Taradash, Robert L. Turchin and Maurice Unger. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L FAMISH, Manafer 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3-5491 ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY* APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNF, M A I MARION C McCUNE, M A I /*"wv^ I IKS I IK \l III II Dl\t. Ml Wll



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1000,000 EXPECTED IT HOSPITAL AFFAIR i^^viyh-IEIIiDiriidliiguFi MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955 T SECTION B NEW PROJECT JOINT COMMUNITY EFFORT stalls Of New Mount Sinai Structure Are Revealed Here —^_ ^-aag-W-W** • %  am P 4s*L. -^ue^V^*^E.N *• \ • J t^nk-I" -w^TPPIHHI |'^^*V*v* rv y#^ Hospital Facilities to be Augmented By New Four Million Dollar Program -Bed Center on Collins Island Hospital facilities in Miami Beach, already rated among the top in the nation, will be augmented next year when a new, 300-bcd Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami is constructed on ten-acre Collins Island, immediately adjacent to the present hospital site. Details of the structure were revealed for the first time late this week at a Mount Sinai banquet, when a group of South Florida busine--; [and civic leaders were told that the 4 | hospital's board of trustees has already pledged in excess of $1,000,,000 towards the estimated four i million dollar cost of the proposed medical institution, which is to be a joint project of Mount Sinai HOBIND SITE — Ten acre Collins Island will be the site of the new. 300-bed general hospital |to be constructed by Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. The present hospital build1 is at the extreme left. pital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A huge scale model of the proposed building, 10 feet high and 12 feet long, was unveiled at the banquet by Max Orovitz, president ] of the hospital. The building will be six stories |MM|BltfH|i|tfAjf|^^^^^^H %  ,* g J *nw •*£§/, %  4 A BY S T 4 fr MOUNT 5TN A • H 0$ P I T A L OHItCII^ABCrUTECTi J>OSING EDIFICE — The imposina ground floor and main entrance of the new Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami is hured above. Patients' rooms will'be on the five floors atop this basic structure. The new 54,000.000 development project les after six years at the hospital's present site on Alton ra., and is an aspect of the Jewish and general community's growth re. with its attendant growth in medical needs. Mount Sinai is hardly ten years old. The vision that brought it on the scene s back in 1945. now fulfilled.Ms the same vision of this area's spirited and courageous leaders who recognize that Miami ry may number 150,000 persons ten years hence and that a community must plan ahead in every aspect of its existence— Bpital facilities being prime among them. in height with a huge, rectangular first floor containing almost two acres of space for the basic hospital functions. Patient's rooms will be in a five story modified T shaped tower atop the first-floor base. Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the ho.spital building committee and of the development fund committee which will raise money for construction, said that the building was designed for maximum efficiency and economy, incorporating the latest in medical science. Spearheading the $4,000,000 project is the Mount Sinai Hospital development fund, which Ruskin heads. Steering committee includes Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Hank Meyer, publicity director for the City of Miami Beach; and Orovitz. F^x-officio members are Samuel Gcrtner, hospital executive director, and Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Federation. Campaign committee Includes Leonard Abess, Stanley Becker|man, Sam Blank. Jack Carner. Irving Cypen. Mrs. Louis Gla.-cr. Mi I, H. J. Goldin. Dr. Milton S. Goldman, Sam Goldstein. Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam Ilciman. Howard Kane, Aaron Kanner, Sidney Lefcourt, S. C. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis, Marcie Libcrman, Joseph Lipton. Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Stanley Myers, Max Orovitz, David Phillips, Albert Pollack. Herbert Scher, Jacob Sher, William Singer, Judge Harold Spaet, Joseph Stein, Dr. Harold Rand, Sam Resnick, Joseph Rose, Dan B. Ruskin, Harold Thurman, Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinkle, D. S. Charles Werblow and Leonard Wien. IPE OF THINGS TO COME When completed, the new taunt Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will be six stories in eight, roughly triangular in form upon a rectangular base rith ample parking space provided around a landscaped Ball. Complete privacy will be assured the Individual patient, rith an imposing view of Biscayne Bay and the Miami sky&e. Architects Smith & Korach have spent six years in re^ch on the project, which is scheduled to start next year. SMITH, KORACH IN SIX-YEAR STUDY OF PRO POS ED PROJECT Beach Architects Reveal Hospital Will be Designed To Have Imposing View of Biscayne Bay, Skyline Miami Beach architects Donald G. Smith and Irwin Korach designed the new unique S4.000.000 Mount Sinai Ho.spital structure after almost six years of stu 1y and work. Because of its unusual design, almost 75 percent of the hospital's 196 rooms will have an imposing view of Biscayne Bay and, or the Miami skyline. The island site and building design were utilized to provide a peaceful, panoramic view that the hospital's medical advisory committee declared helpful to the recovery and rehabilitation of patients. The ground floor will contain 1 all service facilities of the hospital. A spacious lobby will have a quiet lounge adjoining it. Administrative offices, a gift shop and snack bar will be adjacent to the imposing entrance. Operating rooms, radiology, pathology, pharmacy, cystoscopic. physical therapy and recovery rooms will be in a separate section of the main floor. The main kitch ens. employees' cafeteria, locker rooms, laundry, receiving and storage facilities will occupy another section of the ground floor. Also on the ground floor will be a large Out-Patient Department with separate entrance and full *— clinical facilities, a 300-seat auditorium for medical lectures and allied hospital meetings, an emergency and accident department, special observation and detention wards for emergency cases, a volunteers lounge and locker room, tion, pantry, nurses' lounge and doctors' chart room. The third, fourth and fifth floors will each have 66 beds divided into 14 private rooms, 22 semi-private rooms and two four-bed %  wards. Centrally located, and but nurses' lounge and locker room, I seconds awav from each room will employees' locker room, libraries and staff lounge. The second floor will be a selfcontained and complete maternity department with 35 beds placed in rooms to insure patient privacy and comfort Facilities on this floor will include labor rooms, delivery room and recovery rooms, in addition to nurseries, "Dads' Room," formula room, nurses' stabe the service and medical facilities — nurses' station, visitors' waiting room, patients' day rooms, chart room, head nurse's office, examining room*, pantries, baths and showers. The top, sixth floor will include 36 private rcoms, each with private bath, plus all the medical facilities found on all the other floors.



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PA M S u IH •AGE2B DAT MAY, New Mount Sinai Hospital ... ^w..—.. .-^.. % % % % %  %  ..-^mu, ram Closed Television Circuit Possible For Hew McHjnt Sinai Hospital Site Plan to Consider future Exoansic ah k •::* Jeaepa l yw lm ee narab MererStanley C Myers. Max Orontz. Dend Phillips, M*rbe£ Wolf* the e. Joseph gose DOB B KXOL Herbert Seher. Jacob Sher W6trators. a modified T-shaped buildbam D Stager Harry Sarkm. Jeisg was chasea became it mcor *pt a, sieaj. Aether S'Lngar ids of the carl WeuUe. Leonard A. Yam. -rth LOOK E. Woifsoa Sam A Geid> landa arrhcecTsre Daa .stem. Sam Besuek and Mrv Loots ------~ -•---: added. TO UNIQUE DESIGN — PabenbV pcracy is assured — even in the wards wh.BkSM mggf Man oeds each the BwW Wean' S^a; Kospi'cl of Greet*: M =r "as is — —* ~-r •>—s drcwciQ rrcve • daa bask-•_--: %  %  %  : -,. the store practical lay cot of the proposed baudiag %  paved • .'.T. %  -: the aataaa.be is of tbe buitd ag is pteas%  an met stand Tbe extenw while moauwill be sbora o< v, %  tbe plans is far exaaamoe by : ....-. future base. be re l eas e d ixAtr eoc.*.4erauoe are tbe (or the present hospital constructed 30 years ago tbe Nairn:-** boteL Suggested ami apartments for re s ide n t ina cbroaae and convalescent a aittmj k c.-i. at erfl • p. •>--.•v.% bafji Confr/bufors fo Development Fund Wilf be in Ho// of fane' Contributors to the $4,000,000 Mount Sinai Development fund will be rta a rift ad as ^•aiders" if they give from $li)00 to $10000 "Spoo sers" will be those who pledge from $.10,000 to S25JD00 Patron*" will he donors of from $35,000 to $90,000. and -Founders" will be persons $50000 that contribution pledges are payable over a five year! tbe dedication of memorial* and forms of special partiopa period, Dan B Buskin this week sasd there is no greater bent ape that one can provide for posterity than by contribution to the medical hearth and welfare of your fellow atiaens By coatnbatiag. yon strengthen tbe health of tbe com %  thai ties Tbe kind of long-range planning; that has exemplified Mount Sinai Hospital expansion during tbe past cited a* the goal to be v— achieved in rhe new hospital, ae% % %  %  •y. tat* and aatioa and ancording to Max Orovitz. president swer tbe pleas of those less foroi ,be ho P* ul "* *** of trustees. I. who said: taaate abo require the benefit. 'of hospital care "* "* nil today is the realization of planMemorial plaques in tbe new mnf o( Ju> fe wfco m& the hospital will carry tbe names of need and who had the strength. -rayyr contributors aad arrangexh **** *d the conviction to have already been made for chan <* a Bec<1 "*o a reality Ir ten *bort years, we have Continued on P*9* 3 B Miami Beach architects Donald G. Smi:-. znd — Karach are designers of the new S4.000.00C 300-bed bospbj to be built for Mount S^iaiTo be located or. -.ez-cae l*and. irnmedioKiy adjoining the present site of mh— on Ahon id, work on the new building is schedubih] underway next year. Simth and Korach have spttt^" sat years studying the hospital needs peculiar ;c .V:~ $4,000,000 Development Project Hailed As Joint Effort by Hospital, Federal! ir? that IK. r ea toT interneshipa, row. Dr Milton Goldman, president of the staff of Mount Sinai for .he past three years. m discussing the builduig project, said: I do not believe there is an u^ p.mmwiii, scientific endeavor and ideals carried on in this institution The hospital has already received recognition bv the Commit tee of Hospital Accreditation and 1C rid that can exceU the record 'SleyesreU haildhag thsrSaTorii Myers. [Or tkW inallv %  %  boteL The



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DAY. MAY 6, 1955 +Jewish fhrkliaHi PAGE 3 B DEDICATED TO DEDICATORS — A spacious "Founders Hall" will be included in the new Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami and will include a plaque with has relief busts of prominent contributors to the four million dollar building fund. \PATIimS PRIVACY Will Bf ASSURED Unique Features Will Include Double Set Of Corridors, Ultra Modern Hotel Styling Having the appearance of an ultra-modem hotel, rather than of medical institution, ali patients' rooms in the new Mount Sinai Hospital will be outside rooms. Center of each floor will be the working area, which will include the nurses' station, doctors' chart room, storage space and room for the medical facilities of each floor. "A unique feature of the hospital is that there will be a double I set of corridors on each of the floors above the first and a double G oldin j^is Goldman, Abel J. set of elevators, one for patients Harris, Isdaore Hecht, Jr., Sam ^nd hospital personnel and the othH eiman, Milton Weiss, Max Hoff?r for visitors, Samuel Gertner, man Samuel Lipton, Hank Meyer, iMount Sinai executive director re-1 Mrs Fannie Se|ig Judge HaroId vealed this week Spaet, Irving Cypen and Harold With the working core extendxhurman. ing through all six floors, maxiDr. Widrich Named Hospital Director Of Radiology Staff Max Orovitz, president of Mount Sinai Hospital, announced this week the appointnuiit ol InJ ootf Widvitk a"s drh*tnr of the Impairment of Radiology of ihe hospital. Dr. Widrich will assume his duties on June 1. Dr. Widrich is a native of Ohio and graduated from the College of Medicine at Ohio State University cum laude in 1934. He enlisted in the army in 1942 and served in the Pacific area campaigns. He was promoted and was discharged from the army in 1945 as a captain. He returned to the Department of Radiology at the Cleveland City Hospital in Cleveland. Shortly thereafter, he was appointed as Assistant Professor of Radiology at Ohio State University and was promoted to Associate Professorship in 1951. In 1954, he became acting director in the De partment of Radiology at Ohio State University Hospital. Dr. Widrich is certified in radiological diagnosis and therapy by the American Board of Radiology. He has done extensive and original work both in the hospital and as a teacher at the university. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Fraternities. Mrs. Widrich and their two children. Warren, 17, and Linda, 15, will accompany the doctor to Mihen he assumes his duties. Imum space economy was achieved. [All basic services are performed | grown from no hospital to a 258bed institution, but we know from experience that we must have the courage to build again. "This time, we are building toward a dream, a medical center that will be worthy of the community and serve all, regardless of race or creed. "The plans are practically completed, but the job is just beginUy community leaders assisting | Jg %  J* ^ne'X "four K in discussion of facilities are ad-,| ion dollars before we can bring • isory committee members Meyer jour long-range planning for a MedBaskin, Jack Carner, Mrs. M. J. ical Center to reality." \'< MAXIMUM PRIVACY — Two-patient rooms are designed to assure maximum privacy and give the appearance of a hotel room rather than a hospital atmosphere.



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[Y, MAY 6, 1955 -Jewis*fhrHitr [sman in Miami lap Veterans' Convention DinS. Weisman. national director of the Jewish frk i Miivcdin (hr fi uW Hits vvioeik \ui cuf>**UU1,1, | teal leaders in prepara%  r IIIP Jewish War Veterans' IIIUKII convention to be held j ni i Beach Oct. 24 to 30. Iman will confer with hotel Biisportation representatives JNF Plans Mother's Day Program Sunday Daniel M. Broad, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, announces a special Mothers Day program Sunday noon. 12 p.m. over WMBM. Rabbi Irving l.ehrnian. spiritual! |(ier of Temple Kmanu-Kl, will !e an eye wit MISS report of JNF t Jomplishments in Israel. Mrs. (Samuel Z. Sakrais, president of Hadauah of Greater Miami. Mrs. %  Beulah Davis, newly elected JNF I chairman of Hadassah, and Mrs. Tillie Sandier, past president of ; Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women, will also participate. 1 The prqgram is arranged by Sam Progterman, radio chairman of the Council. tion, cultural advantages, economics, labor, industry, employment and local government." As part of the package deal, a JWV delegate and his family may fly, drive, or board a train for Miami, stay a week at one of 22 Miami Beach hotels, and take side trips to Nassau or Havana without paying a dollar in advance. A national travel agency, representing Jewish War Veterans and working through local banks, will finance the visit. Payment can be |i.madc during the next 12 months. PAGE 5 B Seymour S. Weismon nplete arrangements on the Package Vacation Plan" usher in a new era for i Miami convention busilegates and their families unplan will not only see Miach trem a convention floor, lobby, or a cabana," Weis' !>' lead, they will be portunity to learn at iirough guided tours, lli' Greater Miami area has ; %  way of housing, educaBUILDERS OF IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE \roA $ maxn JEWISH TRADE took for the 2-Siory White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charges Open Sundays Phone 83-0249 IFFEH INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA SUB-CONTRACTOR-SPECIALIST HEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION IRECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS LOOFINGC OMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & TILE ENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES [INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPING )OLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN JO LAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL BOOSTER S FOR 2-S YEARS 2cuUity-Scwice-'P%Cce FREE ESTIMATES Shown in New York are Miamians who recently left for Tel Aviv from International Airport aboard an El Al Israel Airlines plane. Party was headed by Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro (front row center). Mrs. Shapi ro is the former Sylvia Chinio of Tel Aviv, who met her husband when she was a student here in the United States. The tour was directed by Mr. Jules Cortell (second from right), of Atla ntic Pacific Travel, Inc. M IAMI TITLt A i QktmctCo. 25 YeARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADB COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, SarpJas I feservei ficeee* $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Ask DADE FEDERAL Kow to put the house in the picture Like millions of other Americans, you may be dreaming ol building your own home. Maybe you've even picked out a ait* like this — complete with a broad lawn, pleasant trees and a view. In short, maybe you've got everything — except the money lor the house itselll II so. now's the time to consult DADE FEDERAL. Whether you're building your own home, or buying one that's already built, DADE FEDERAL can be of tremendous help to you. We know homes and home-linancing. We mak? liberal loans. We see to it that ysu get ?he money quickly and at mode.ale rates. And you'll iind us friendly p ople to do business with. DADE FEDERAL is also a wonderful place to put your savings. When you open a savings account here you get all the advantages of excellent returns plus friendly and convenient service. And your savings are sale. They are protected by sound management and substantial reserves. They are insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation — an agency of the U.S. Government For a home loan or to open a savings account, why not drop in soon? You'll be glad you did 1 DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts EARN dividends twice a year for you at Hie current rate of 3/o pr annum. MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue AllAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36* Street D*ade Federal hi" JOSEPH'M UPTON, President • ^ TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth Street EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5797 N.W. Seventh Avenue BUSINESS HOURS. All office* ore open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. weekday* ... 9 A.M. to 12 noon Saturday* ond branch office* are open Friday* from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. RESOURCES EXCEED 73 MILLION DOLLARS



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)AY. MAY 6. 1955 %  +Je*lsh nor/Mar? ircie Liberman Announces Candidacy >r New Term on Beach City Council liami Beach Councilman MarHibernian announced this week [would seek reelection to the in the forthcoming election, former Miami Beach mayor long time public servant, Liman began his political career pecember, 1943, when he was ii. Tited councilman to fill the spired term of Mitchell Wolfwho was called to active miliduty. liberman linished his first term [councilman in 1947, then enfcd the next race on his own beand says he collected more fc.s than any candidate ever had hered previously. His majority tailed him as the city's mayor, the last election, Liberman {in ran in the top three, thereby ung another four-year term on city council. During his 11'n career as a member of the Imi Beach government, Liber>ays he has set what is proba world's record for faithful bndance. Llthough he has lost actual ground to herald commencement of the city's magnificent new auditorium," his supporters say. When the veterans of Foreign Wars planned a new building on West ave., Liberman wrote a $35,000 check for the building fund and was instrumental in inducing a friend to donate $25,000 for the land. More recently, he gave Mt. Sinai and St. Francis Hospitals each $5,000 so that needy children and pregnant mothers could be innoculated free with the new Salk polio vaccine. Aulhoritive sources report he has contributed approximately $100,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Liberman declines to disclose a list of those he has aided but it is known he has given substantial amounts to the University of Miami, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, Community Chest, Barry College, Mahi Shrine, All Souls Episcopal Church, St. Francis Fund, Knights of Columbus, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Miami Beach Employers Association and miscellaneous other organizations. Liberman is on the board of governors, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; trustee of Guardians of Israel; life trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital; life member of Zionists; life member of Jewish Home for Aged and Variety Club; treasurer of the congregation of Beth Jacob; and a member of B'nai B'rith, Young Men's Hebrew Association, B.P.O.E. Lodge 1601, Temple Emanu-EI, Beth Sholom and Miami Beach Hebrew Academy. Late in 1954, Hibernian sold his interest in Miami Beach's Mercantile National Bank and is now in the investment business at 420 Lincoln rd. PAGE 7B Association Names Wolff; Officers Installed Here Henry E. Wolff has been named president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Greater Miami. He succeeds R. B. Roberts HI. Vice president is J. S. Billings, Jr., and secretary-treasurer is Charles Contopoulo. They were installed at a luncheon meeting last week in the Seven Seas restaurant. / Valuables? \ ,Protect them with a Safety \ \ De posit Box !' # Annual dinner of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce last week brouqht together (left to right) Samuel J. Halperin, William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and Freeland Cresap. Halperin is first vice president, and Cresap is president of the Chamber. Hearst, editor-in-chief of the Hearst Newspapers, was the principal speaker, calling "Red China a more immediate threat to world peace than the Soviet Union." The meeting was held at the Shelborne hotel. HANK of MIAMI BEACH W ashing ton Avtnuc March Liktrmmti nt of the number of regular and nal city council sessions he has |ni!ed—and they total more 2,000—Liberman says he nevh.i-failed to answer roll call. %  e[severance is not his only virthe candidate's supporters His constant attention to -.linein municipal operations his dedication to better govment have earned him the title [Watchdog of the City Treasliberman assisted in bringing Air Force training program to knii Beach during World War H, JjHishing metered and off-street |king areas, increasing park and .. numd facilities and steering city toward prompt tax collec)• and balanced budgets. JOr.e of the high points of the s chief executive's career came n he thrust a spade into the Lula Jones flewin for All Occasions D I L I V E R Y Cut Flowers • Potted Plants Corsages • Funeral Designs • Weddings • Parties 1910 S.W. 8th STREET 5790 Phones 2-53*4 Accountant Named Treasurer David M. Gordon, certified public accountant, with offices in the Olympia bldg., was elected treasurer of the Dade County Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants at an election meeting held Apr. 25. For the past year, Gordon was chairman of the membership committee. -*. To Mark Mother's Day Sisterhood of Beth El Congregation will hold a Mother's Day celebration on Sunday evening, May 8. Cantor Fishel Lutman will offer a musical program, accompanied by Mrs. Lutman. Also on the program will be the Lucky Brothers, who will be heard in violin solos. Mrs. I. Feudell will be chairman. .^W'W-'W'WA^'W^^'W'W'W'WA.^W'W'^^ PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Roof Leak! Levi Plumbing Company "Established 1924" 2141 S.W. 3rd ST. CALL 9-1416 Acme Roofing Co. Let us repair it or opply a new one. 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PAGE IB Miami Psychologist Heads Association jslsraaarf, a prrrate %  • tMr p-v •K*. The Panda PijiRMteer 1I4. n taanird lately of m. rw ay in Hm ce4*j**aa, •f Jewrsh Recipes." %  a MM principle* ed 1 00m try. tK sad 'at I I Mia %  Dee here cor netted -. -.-.-JIC. The are Dr iJllmliK. Deed Kaa Dr P*4M • r.; £Vx %  I are Clinic vetetocvt M Mtesfaa Re*•nth t -ion. Dr --ved the PhD degree fort Unr 3 internal Belleme Hospital in New he w r wd on lee on -nqoency and ;• the aawsr o* "1 rrder*Tandm2 ami I L/ical organizaa lectur< %  d the eard) aaei try %  jr a ow ed filets of saefcone* or -aofced I of eoane siirtaei to a -. cop each of soar with eawty creaa and Preach Dressageoas— tike aeraal or hoar atdr. ad serve for as a toppac for avocado salads. a la mixed greet* and or chopped letter* aad eggs. Yooli be glad you tried it on to be the family awl or fnends. heavily from the aiaaag spoon Heat the oil or other shortening a a Heavy fry ing pan pa drop the better in by the taWeJpoonfuI to fortn round or oral pancakes about 24 incite* in diameter. The shortening should be deep enough to be even with the pancakes in order to produce ensp and hgh Latkes. • save to turn when brown on •toVr side, not before Brown well fja rrisp. debci'>upancakeLift A and draa on paper UMM be kept hot in a moderate oven. Server 5 or 6. FRIDAY Miv f Sfwina Dasce Sunday Hillel Alumni A.-ociation Greater Miami w,llIhoH?^ dance Sunday evening Mav the Sea Gull hotel J! enhanced with shced hard cooked Re m e mb er the old-fashioned pot eggs, mixed wath Preach or mayroast of Granny < das'* It was call onaaise ihniag cottage cheese ed Gedaeafte Pletsh and t. balls dipped a marrl parsley orTahm Gaa Eden even when left's mat tea-res. ch opp e d aaU over and sliced cold the next day. and or raiiaj and other eoahhaH*re i a recipe youll find MS* to Don* every imaginati can follow for that good old-fashioned fla OUdanaaal 'On... ^jGUST BROS tlYi ** i> t*r fit M' dense and enjoy For the basic proteins to off '.hat .-t*rcB> -pnng feeling' -. : hca u Ike aakly menoes especially such '. is can be pre pa red a day or I advance, chilled and served with a twist of the m-' for luncheon ox even dinner For a milehiz fi-h meal, try -pikmg the n -auc* like I Nippy Fish Relish 3 tbUp prepared hor-era J 3 tblsp sour cream A dash of red pepper optional p prepared mustard 3 tr ;d greer pen in the order Yield* ap. .'; rup of re! g of v' % %  %  • or trhvrv tirni (C)IMS WGHEST IN PESfPVfS IAMI BEACH {-'EDERAL IS AMD .CAM *SVOO*Tij %  OHM SMOet ltHCM M>.H OlllCI SOUTH SHOtI lINCH *', WetkaeSsa tea. 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*IDAY. MAY 6. 1955 "JewisMcrMton an Peerce in Concert With U of M Orchestra Sunday and Monday Eve PAGE 9 B Metropolitan Opera star Jan prC e will be tenor soloist with h c University of Miami Symphony Orchestra in the last program of he winter series on Sunday and londay evenings. May 8 and 9, at he Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Dean John Bitter will be on the odium to lead the orchestra in jance Overture," by Paul CresMuzart's "Eine Kleine NachtSusik;" and the tone poem, "Pines Home." by Respighi. Mr. Peerce will be heard in.the ria, "Only Be Still." Cantata No. by Bach; "II mio Tesoro," from Ion Giovanni, by Mozart; two Vernumbers, "Questo o Quella," font Rigoletto, and "Ingemisco," %  om the Maruoni Requiem Mass; most sociable of companions. "The popular conception of an opera singer." hc continued, "is passe. It may have been that way in the old days but no more. The same distorted idea applies to the women. But look over the roster of singers at the Met today and how many are there like that? You certainly cant say that about Patrice Munsel. Lily Pons, Roberta Peters, Blanche Thebom—I could go on much longer. Ancfthose who heard the old ones sing say the new, thin girls do very nicely, thank you." Peerce, who has sung opposite the top prima donnas, says he cannot understand why so many of them are accused of wild temperament. "I guess in the old days," he said, "It was considered all right for the star to throw fits. But today, there's no time and it's too expensive to tolerate that sort of thing." GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVF.. Pb. HI 6-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new rpol later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME 310 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nun* Supervision Mrs. Rita Fortman. Manager Phones 82-5616 — 82.5617 Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMEM, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. This program is the first and has the largest listening audience SPECIAL WEEKLY FEATURE COUNCILMAN Harold Turk COMMENTATOR Jan Peerce ^(1 "Lamento de Federico," from Arlesiana, by Cilea. I Mr. Peerce, who returns for a Incert here the second time this |ar, says: "People have such leer ideas about opera singers, ley still think of the opera singas a guy in a fur-trimmed coat. |fedora, with brim pulled down cr one eye, pearl handled cane, (ivcs in hand, diamond stickpin the tie, spats, white* piping (ing the vest, a large diamond on his finger and an afteron coat with striped trousers, k Mipposed to be a guy who eats le Diamond Jim did and never Ivels alone." Peerce himself is a striking con ^ to the picture he visualized, ense but breezy, he somehow ggests a friendly businessman, |hcr than a star of the world's latest opera house. His animatconversation makes him the Program for Retired Persons Boulevard hotel at Meridian avc. and Dade blvd., Miami Beach, recently announced a new plan for retired persons. The program will include room, board, swimming pool, promenade deck, garden area and many other facilities. Director of the program is Charles S. Lavin, a former insurance broker of Pennsylvania, who plans to open two similar enterprises here. Lavin bought the Boulevard in August and began an extensive conversion of the 250room hotel. Lavin indicated that his program will offer "a permanent home to people who have limited means, including those who wish to retire." He said that his average monthly rate will be $65. and tops is $86.50. Priority goes to elderly and retired persons. "Super-priority," Lavin explained, "is granted those living on social security pensions." The director first conceived his idea of providing luxury accommodations for elderly people at nominal cost in the early "40's "when I saw first-hand the conditions in which many of that group have to live." He took over two estates near Media, Pa., and opened the doors to senior citizens living in marginal circumstances. Some time ago, on a visit here, Lavin said he decided "this was the place where my idea could come to its finest flower." Berenson Elected President Of Cardiac Hospital Here Richard I. Berenson. has been named president of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. 4250 West Flagler st. Louis Pokress nil named executive vice president. Other new officers are R. William Apte. Milton D. Dreyfus, Irving Feldmah. Mrs. Oscar Frankel and Leo Robinson, vice presidents; Maurice C. Cohn. treasurer; Dave Emmer, assistant treasurer; and Sol Goldstrom. secretary. Jewelers Name Rubin To Head Association Edward S. Rubin is the new president of the Greater Miami Retail Jewelers Association. A resident of Miami for 31 years, he currently is treasurer of the Florida State Retail Jewelers Association and a director of the Retail Merchants Division. Miami Chamber of Commerce. Other officers who will serve with Rubin during his one-year term are Gordon E. Smith and William Boatner. vice presidents, Sol Schulson, secretary, and Irving Getzug, treasurer. The association is composed of 40 retail jewelers in Greater Miami. BISCAYNE DOC TRACK MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Harding Avc. f Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 30th Year en Miami Beach Dade Monuments. 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PAGE10B M \MTEB \ATIO\S YIGXETTE A Dutchman'* Braverv And Fruit of Humanity By SAUL CARSON Letzjier. HOT**, of AT THE MOVIES Israel Asks Miss Bern, an To Act in Shaw's St. Joan By LEON CUTTERMAN rik Van LOOT NatMK oss the overlooking the great the General head sadly. by the Nans fa the spurt of 31 iead. I do •ill prevail her* Mr. Hord.jk. a :alJ. of 50—a ample, quiet earned the right to juxtapose Jewish martjTOfR against Christian faith aad pnantne Christian desire for world peace During World War D he had fried aot only hu own life, but the lives of JS b-rth. ,o g£** T r ,,, v* Dd to play with „*!**' Th P*tore the local theatre group in Engluh. JZ~r n A1 7 ,, c,e 1 a pro*, while the rest of the east do their jj !" AU n •* has ^ roles in Hebrew The play to be lf^ ***** '• *WBZ Israel ha* invited } man. who is of Je come to the Holy Land to play with >. m : the I am a ChnsOan 1 saw that the 32 Jews bvmg m our taw* had rhisaaenul hi fart, only oae of them turned out later to be alive But 31 of our 32 Jews all my heart what the Nans were — play done is George Bernard Shaw Saint Joan Israel theatrical producers are awaiting Ingrid's acceptance, feeling that she'll be favorably disposed towards appearing in Tel Aviv theatrical n ••-•loErs'-i film. -The Animal Won" Danny Kaye and hi. %  Fine, have establi -'"':• r Warner Bros, will go back millions of years to produce Hen-product •-** %  *£ he name of Den M,.„ \ their daugh-er :.-., ^ newly formed o,mpu,77 release -" -' • his wife and children in the pro,w t to cess of proving that to him. ChnsThese were people I tiamty meant genuine brotherof tfcem. j had *, & „,We hood and my wife knew them, aad my Mr Hordjk. has wife. Elizabeth, children played with and their five children stopped at dren. The Germans the United Nations for a hurried them away I had to do • on their way to California. So I told the people of the Dutch There, a Jewish drug nanufacturunderground that I wanted to er. Alien H Rabin, was prepared prove that a Cbmtian raanni just to provide some material reward stand by when his neighbors are for the bra.ery of this Dutch couple During the war. when the Nazis overran the Netherlands and deported all the Jews they could find, the Hordijks had saved the lives of 0*1 Jewish people, people who had been strangers to them. because, as Mr Hordijk told the the children were asleep. Mr. HorJTA correspondent here. ~we were •* %  h Wlf ***" Chmtian maid simplv doing our Christian duty." IE WORLD OF SPORTS Rosen Lives Up to Early Threat as Pitching Foe all of the m uslfal from Danny, i ates Paramount picture The Jester.All the picture tan] being written by Sylvia FiaTI Sammy Cahn. received I song Icar for the best Coins in the Fountain" i^ft] Styne) this year being treated that way And the underground suggested that there was something concrete I could do by hiding ether Jew* who had. thufar. esciped the fury of the Nazis." Working mostly at night, when and two or three m em b ers of the Dutch underground built a special The story of the Hordijks cour „„, between the ceiling of thenage in saving the lives of five bouse and the roof. Kirk Douglas returned home town last week for ad how he became a hero in the -war! given in his honor. The against the Axis. There's plenty community of Albany. Vwl of material for an action-packed 'turned out for the affair |_ picture about Barney Ron. ing Kirk's 73-year-old mother] sisters, former teachen' In the book department, we hear friends. that a book has come out on the j Kirk, introduced by hy life of Al Schacht known as the I 0 !" *Isadore Demsky. r"| clown prince of baseball. Al is guest speaker, ar.d sketchd I another guy with a colorful life ear, y *>'s of poverty and i behind him that provides good gradual climb t. -access "wsjl story material. IN THE PATH OF THE WINDS. (The Case of the New Patriot) A novel by Victor Rine. New York: Paytant Press. 244 an. USO. 1955. By HILARY MINDLIN INITIAL PRONUNCIAMENTO: In the Pa'h of the Wir. by lanmjajr. -'yle. format and content, far off the beaten track. Thimay make it a little stormy for -onv but perhaps it *'" : audience thereby To begin w.th it is not a novel: like the telept .. the course By BILL WOLF Al Ro-en has started off the baseball season Irving up to his advance billing as one of the mam threats of the Cleveland team. He has been among the top group smashin g in the Cleveland runs. With the season barely underway. Rosen had already joined with Kiner. Doby and Wertz in putting across 19 tallies • • • Every once in a while the name Max Sehmeling enters the news. The occasion is generally of interest to Jewish sports fans, in view of Sehmeling s known Nazi sympathies. Readers of this column will recall that Sehmeling was over here allset for a tour as a referee. How-1 ever, the tour was nipped in its I early stages because of protests. I Many of the sports writers, who \ usually hke to keep their noses > out of '00111105.'' were indignant over bringing the former Nazi parj atrooper to this country So Sehmeling went back home But now comes another item about the man who Hitler once hoped would defeat Joe Louis and prove the supremacy of the "master |— race -tJl^LlK^ Anti-Semite Tutor in Bias (loyal support of family ufj wise guidance of teachers" | brought tears to the eyes of i en, and cheers from the I • of diners who came to how] .motion picture -tar. Some time ago producer! uel Goldwyn toured the studu i ing the shooting of a Russia] ture. The theme related to the j Curtain. Seeing Goldwyn one of the stages the director^ !ed out. "Mr. Goldwyn. meet I tri Osusky. He's our technialj viser. He's from the Urals." GoflJwyn shook hands. he commented. "I could usei urologist education and athletic program of the new Wen German army No we will be good For after beThe meanmu-t be agood as The end. this book Kten 'eood but the plot | h( Jem rather -ince then who on a man could not do more Mr. Rine feels that the of events 'ard what ha happened since only -trengihens his argument idi-asjrouViolentwar in the land, high p political chess" of the totl wr.ch Britain played in her betrava of, the Jew* and Arabs —thi, i not* onder tnerc has befn much the way "Not here not in Nrael ******* f the revived German not the Jew-.' crieMr Rine It armv •* %  mcn !ike Sehmeling regood to follow in the bloodv c* 1 *'" 1 P Jobs. footsteps of the rest of the world. nor is it all right to say AfterThere il soon be a Hollywood after we have fought and won. then mov,e on the life of Bame;. who was once one of the top fighters in the country The movie has been in the works for some time PERSO\ALiTMES f.V PA\ORAM.[ Is Jewish Ben Freedmaii •.!-?' Tr".t<'£ Z? %  i'a'l*!** 'ing a living, they bo'hirei One of West Hooker's valued j careers out of expiring friends, who ialso his tutor inlish question Thei -hire weak Or le* about the only thing upon which all agree is that the novel be ficthat Ink ij not fiction It is -fiction" — rer.h'.y in a wafer-thin disco The main protagoni-ts are an international newspaper correspondent MM author*, an braeli. and a Christian archeoloei-t The scene. Palestine before -tatehood The \illain-. imp-riali*m. represented by England ard America. and partisan nationalism, represented by nearly everybody, ex cept for the three mentioned above Th^se three, in their diswill not do it fir-t. earth ever will? now. Of course, fight fans will recall the career of Barney Rosand Jewish problems." is the incredible Benjamin H. Freedman. a wealthy, apostate Jew who has poured his money into pro-Arab propaganda and anti Semitic publicacommon a'tribuneach a I tremely vain: one profoffl;| norance of tutor) it exce ly by the other's Both a ludicrous concern abo THEREFORE THERE li lux anj solution: there must be a boundaryless union between the sons of Abraham by Sarah iJewsi and the sons of Abraham by Hagar 'Arabs Together, a federation of brother-, must build their beloved Last This a, Mr Rine explicitly points out jn his own forty four page "review" of h.> book. i> the meaning of "In the Path of the Winds." It's a little unfair for an author to write his own review" into his HWHJXp POMJTHAL v.hen they're i important supp-r' Ex*' matic and bombastic, and i is a convincing p!3tform I But they've spent enjoyabk nings together in Kreedmani" hattan apartment — ma** pupil charting lh< intrit an international Jewhat acy. Hooker tried organhng e i-aers Perhaps %  ££ ^^ha'ving^ no one is surprised that the Ar, ownship denied him a ptffl St-* P h repared t0 %  tbero hold a meeting of his gnwP'.f tntTlTS 8n> ne Wh W,U d volunteer Qrebouse This them m their war against Israel I hot words ,,,,*•„,„ What else besides support and votes they have promised away to Chou En lai we shall not know for a long time, but communist help is not given easily or gratis. That Chou En lai was ready to Hook* l deputy fire chief. HooktfJ a punch and got himself H His dedication to the en* 8 logues West Hooker as a nf.J not very original member ^ buy the fleeting allegiance of the 1 anti-Jewish coterie that Arab leaders may corneas more '. wi|hin hesc ^rder, those who • %  of a shock, save remember the days of the Sovietto cept that Hooker keeps Hi teur status heart edly He believes n his propagwl* invests his own money in it Nazi pact and recall its results. For Fadhil Jamali has not changed. Once he served the Nazis as an active and enthuslas-! situation that bewilders the tic collaborator He is sUll a professionals in the racket. dedicated servant. So is the Mufhis youth, money and socul ti. who now guides the Arabs in Ition. West Hooker personifi B n dsing. Isemitism in British tweeds



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5 FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955 Association Names Segal At Election Meeting j. Jay Segal, owner of Tropical Holibyland. was unanimously elected president of the Twenty-Seventh. Avenue Business Men's Association at a recent meeting of the board nf directors of the organization. In addition, other officers in| elude Chris Nolan, first vice presi, dent; Bowen Nelson, second vice president; Frank Belbicke, third vice president; Herbert Simon, Jr., treasurer; Margaret Talley, recordIine secretary. Carling A. Stedman, parliamentarian; and Glen R. Allen, Jack Brant, William Chapman, George Cibbons, Harry "Gurkey, Chas. G. | Nicmetta, Cy Pfeiffer, E. St. Clair 'i^ott, Marvin Sokolow and Laniii O. Webb, directors. +Jewish flcrid/an PAGE 11 B United Nations Association Announces Beach Branch A Miami Beach branch of the I'nited Nations Association of Greater Miami was formed last ucek at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, 1815 Bay Drive. Laurence Deets, president i of the Greater Miami Association, -.iid similar groups will be formed in other Dade communities soon. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that underpinned, desiring i.. engage in >urlneaa under in.' ftotltlous MUM of •.HI. ESS LAUNDRY "Wee Wash II of Yon Wash It. at Ml E. Ninth Street, llial.ah. I lorida, iritt-ndn to said name with the I'lerk of Circuit Conn of Dado County. Hoi Ida. 11 A A I'. INC. a Florida ii.1 porntIon FREDERICK N. BARAD, I:SO ;Attorney (or H.A.A.P.. INC. • -12-JO-2? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •he undersigned, destrtng '" ensnare In lustneaa under tinflc'tltlou* name of ABAI) SPARKLING SELTZER CO iNot Inc.), at 102 N \V nth St.. intend to register swld name with the clerk uf the Circuit court ..f Dade [ Count v. Florida. SAMUEL AI.TMAN :,< % %  : BEN TRJJPK1N air; LMYKItS. II KIM AN A KAPLAN y* for Applicants bold ltldg. -lu-21-tt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that |th. undersigned, deidrinR to ens I ru s.s under the fictitious name of AIM'ilt MAIiKKT, at 2221 S.W. I7th I AMIntend to register naM name [MI. li tinCli rk of the Circuit Court [>ade County. Florida. I'FIII.II' & ROBE CANTOB 12 :o-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it underajaned, desiring to %  HKHKC in undei ihe fictitious name of IMI'O KALES, at 2117 N. Miami I Avenue, Intends to register said name 'th the Clerk "f the Circuit Court !. County, Florida. MYRON I.K llt'YEIt, Sol.' iiwnn •-l:!-:'l-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai • i undersigned, desiring to enrage In • un.ii r tiii> Nctltloua ILI >\\ \ JEWEL COl'RT. al :!IT.". s \v. in Ave Miami, Intend to regi i name irtth the Clark of the ireuit Court of Dade County, l lorida, FREDERICK MILLER ami THERESA Mil.I.Kit i--.'7 CASUAL, CAREFREE, :• POLLEN-FREE, KEY WEST IDIfll fOO IHt FSMIIT in tropical I Key Wosl lor your nexl Vocation Eveiy room oir^ conditioned. I fucnul p a |i 0 ovedoolonn Atlantic Ocean and poo Miclencii s ovadal able rate.. Write lo. loldi. 1". Key Amboiiculoi > I nlda SPECIAL SUMMER J A FAMILY RAUSLEGAL NOTICE SHANC A E D R E V COUNTV FL N R 0 D 17 8 7'5 ESTHER 2aO, Plaintiff, 8 !" I". Mil' !" ZKO WI "* !" T,ON 1069 Bedford Avonuc Brooklyn, s.x You are hereb) notified that %  I till of complaint for Divorce has i.een rued axalnat you, and you are hereby require, to serve .1 copy of your Ana war to the. 11111 of Co.ii|.la nil on Plaintiff a attorney, and file the original Answer iu the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the Mrd day of May, 1955, otherwise tiuallegations of salil I til] of Complaint win be taken as oonfeaaed agalnat von Dated thla 20th clay of April, 1955 E. l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, I Mde County. Florida By 1: II. KICK, .lit (Seal) Deputy Clei k GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 4l!n Lincoln Road, Miami II. a. Ii. Kla. 1/22-29 — a/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that noundersigned, dealrlna to engage In business under the rictltloun name "f SAMUEL .1. HORENBEIN, al 505 Congress lilclg., intend to reglstei -.ml name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dado County. Florida SAMIKI, .1. HORENBEIN SAM mi.1.Kit, co-partners MARX PABER Attorney for Applicants 1612 Congress ltldg. t 22-29 .-./6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Imsfness under the fictitious name Of CAPITAL INVEHTMHNT HOME IA)AN COMPANY. Not Inc., at 2902 W. Piaster Btreet, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMIKI. M SCHACK, Sole Owner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant 4/22-29 — 3/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHAMPAGNE HOUR UAR, at 6S07 N.W. 7th Aviv. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner KBSRLER OAR*! Attorneys for Applicant 17-c.? \v FlMler si. I 29 5 5-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 178976 ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff vs. K. .1 GIBSON, also known as ELIZABETH .1 GIBSON. et al. Defendants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION m_ AND' ORDER TO APPEAR IN THE NAME (H THE R PATE OF FLORIDA! TO: B. .1. GIBSON, also known as ELIZABETH .1 GIBSON, if Single, and if married, her huliaml whose name Is unknown. Mil Northwest 13th Street, Washington, D.C.: RICHMOND HART1LL OIBSON, if single, ami if married, MRS. RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON, whose given name is unknown, SStl Northwest l3tli street, Washington, l> C.: CHARLES VICTOR GlBSON, If single, and if married, MRS. CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON, Whosa given name l< unknown. 3311 Northweat lltb street, Washington, i>. C SYLVIA MAE OIBSON, if single, and if married, her husband whose name is unknown. 2311 N.W. 13th Street, Washington. 1). C.: AI.VIN .1 CAY and NADA ISABEL a \ v. hiwife, 1211 Northwest 13th Street, Washington, D. C: MORGAN .1 DAWE8 and I.VI.A MAZDA DA WES, Ills wife, 3311 Northwest Uth Street, Washington. D, C: DOROTHY VIOLA GIBSON, if single, and If married, her husband who.-.,, name Is unknown, 9811 Northwest 12th Btreet, Washington. D. C.; PAULA HELEN OIBSON, if single, and if married, her husband whose name i* unknown. 3311 Northwest 12th Street, Washington, D. C. All 1 unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other partlos claiming by. through, under or against the above named dedefendants, not known to he dead or alive And also all other and unknown oersons Inning or claiming lo have any right, title or interest In the property which is the subject matter of this suit, said property King anil being in lia.l. County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit : l.oti< 37. 3tt and 39. Block 9. COMMERCIAL LIBERTY CITY SECOND SECTION, ac< line to the Plat thereof recorded In Flat Hook is at Page .',:. of the Public Records of Dude County. Florida, TOO AND EACH OP YOU are hereinnotified that a suit has been fib d in the above-named Court by the Plaintiff ilKiVe-nanied, for the purpose of mulcting title of the Plaintiff In and to the property involved nerelnalsive described. YOP ARK HEREBY ORDERED AND REQIIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the Mh day of June. 1*53, and In default of such Annearance. a Decree Pro Ciiiifesso will lie entered against you and e-ieh of vim DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, this 27 day of April 195*. i: It I.EATI1ERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court \VM W. STOCKING Deputy BEN ESSEN Attnrncv for Ple'ntlff 1011 Sevhold Building, Miami 32, Via. 4/29 — 5/6-12-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lb HEREBY Gil UN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MODERN I'KIIT SHIPPERS, at 1319 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Intends lo ri gl-telsaul' 11a ule with the Clerk of the ClL-cull Court til Dade. County, Florida' GUS Al.TEUSiiX KESSLER A GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1182 W Plaster St. i/n — s/i-iT-20 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 178645 SAMIKI, SANDERS, Plaintiff MAE SAXDIffK Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR TO I;I.I.IB MA^Hfcits ""<-•' ''nKjIJe^k? ALL INK NoVssWlrs, devisees. grantees, creditors or other parties 1 la lining by. through, under or against 01.1.IK MAI: SANDERS; AND ALSO, as to the above-named defendant-Individual, if she lie deceased, and all unknown heira, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, tluVugh. under or against such iJc f. lulani. and also ALL OTHER ancl unknown persons having or claiming to haw any right, title or interest 111 the propeitv which is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dade County, i-Mc.riii.i. and more particularly bed sa follows: COMMENCING at the intersection of th,. Westerly right-of-way line of The County Road (otherwise, known Homestead Avenue extended) and the North line of Lot '1 of Section 5, Township r.fi South, Range iO East, lying Westerly of said County Road or Homestead Av.n 1. extended, according to a Flat made by \ A Dooley, C.E., and recorded In Look 1 of Plats at Page 4 of the Public Records ol Dade county, Florida; THENCE run Weal along the North line of said Lot .. a distance of 199 feet to a point, which is the POINT inBEGINNING; THENCE run Smith a distance ol r. feet to %  point: THENCE run West a distance of 1"" feet to a point; THENCE run North a instance of 50 feet to a point; THENCE run Bast %  distance of l"n feet to the POINT OP BEGINNING, being a piece of land io feet deep and l'"> f.et fronts EXCEPT AND LESS; a strip of land ,'.(i feet deep anil 10 feet frontage, described as follows; COMMENCING at the intersection of the Westerly right-of-way line of The County Road lotlnrwise known as Homestead Avenue extended) and the North line of l,ot ,",, Section 9, Township .">> South, Range 4 %  "••">. E. R. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By; M. C. GREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk 1 '22-29 — ."1/6-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PURE DAIRY PRODUCTS OP H.oRiDA, al 9900 Blacayne Blvd., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAYMOND K. GEISEL, Owner KESSLER A.IIARS rii-ys for Applicant 1782 W. Flaglc 1 si l/It-22-29 — 3/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagre In business under the fictitious name of TERRY ARl >Y s RBNDEVOU8, al ?&] N.W. Tluh street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade I County, I' lorida. MARSHALL L. LAMBERT (Sol., owner) HENRY V. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2511 w. Plagler Street, Miami, Florida 1/15-22-29 S I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of :.K BERNI STl'DIOS, al 7809 Blacayne Blvd., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Coin t of Dade County. Florida. HELMA LEO CORP iRATION MAX K01; AN Attorney for Applicants 1 Lincoln ltd. Bldg. t 22-29 — .".'6-13 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 DORWARD FRANCIS TEACHMAN, i lefendnnl SUIT FOfc DIVORCE TO; DORWARD FRANCIS TEACHM \N 136 Bnnnyslde Boulevard Dumont, N. Jersey You are hereby notified that a T.ill Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ar-ainsi you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ & CA1DIN, 748 s.xhold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the cleric of the Circuit Court on or before the ;;lnl day of Mav, 1!'."..".. if you fail to do so, judgment by default will lie taken against \ou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint This notice shall be published OflCe each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th day of April, A.D. E 11 LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, D.ole Oouwty, Florida iu M C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ & CAIDIN Attorneys for Plaintiff 149 Beybdld Building. Miami. Florida t'22-29 — 3/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JEWISH FORUM ON THE AIR, at ..03 S W 17th Avenue, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Horida. SIMON SE1DEN MARY BEIDEN 4/22-29 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlit' unilei sign.it. dealrlna to engage m business under the fictitious nauifof CARIBBEAN NOVELTIES, at 1(31 Washington Avenue, Miami Beaoh, 1 lorida. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I ade Count \ Elm ida ALFRED HE1LBERG (partner) LOTTIE HEILBERU (partner) KI'IIT WELLISCU 4/iH — 5/*-IS-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALIIAMP.RA SI NDKIKS. at 12105 N W Jth Avenue, North Miami, intend to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY WEISER JNNIE WEISER HERBERT WEISER NADLER A.TUN1CK Attorneys for Applicants IIL' Biscayne Bldg. l/tv — :, 9-19-20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178659 JEAN A. CROWLEY, Plaintiff vs CHARLES J. CROWLEY, JR., In %  tend.ni: SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'i r. I'll \t:l.ES J. CKOWI.KY .lit I5tb Street, Astoiia. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and > ou are u quired to serve a copy oi von Answer or Pleading to the P.ill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MILTON II. RICHMOND, 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Plorlda, and ule ginal Answer Or Pleading 111 the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the -Mid tlav of May, IMS. 11 you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken yOU for Die relief demanded in the I'll of Complaint. This notice shaU be publlahed each week tor four consecutive wei 111 THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN DUNK AND ORDERED al llo: Ida, tllis 1Mb da> of April, A I'. 1955. E. B. LBATHERMANi Clerk, Circuit Coti Dade Counn. Florida 1: ft 11 RICE, Ji: II 'in ait ( %  unit S.-ali I lep ItJ I MILTON It RICHMOND Attornei for Plaintiff 1 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beat h. El la I 22-29 B IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863 CHARLES MAI.INK, Plaintiff v -. GARNET E MAI.INK. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND in: GARNET E MALINE 4cl Hiss* SUeot Linden. New J.-ri YOP ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to s.rve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce in the above cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the Office or the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before th.:;nth daj of May, IMS, otherwise -aid Kill of Complaint for Divorce will be taken as confessed b\ you. I ibis 25th day of April, 1933. 1; B LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk of Circuit Court 1 lade Couno Plorlda BY WM W STOCKING 1 leputy clerk MYERS, HEIMAN t KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 950 Seybold Building, Miami ',:'. Plorlda 4. — 5 s-IS-20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 178953 HELEN CESTERO ZEPPENFELDT, Plaintiff, OEORGE ZEPPENFELDT, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; GEORGE ZEPPENFELDT 19 < signs 1 'ompany 1 1. Wadsv.01 th M.iicn Island, N'.w York You arc h.iein notified that a Bill of C plain! foi Divorce has been riled against you, and you are required to s.|\c ii copN of youi All wi I 01 Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff n Attoi ney, GE< R< le. CHERTKOK. 807 Olympla Building. Miami 22, Plorlda, and file th \nswer or Pit idlns In the on the Clerk of the Circuit Court before the Twenty-seventh day ol Mai 1955 If you fall to d0 so. Jlldgmeitk bv default will be taken against you for th.. relief demanded la the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each w.ek foi four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH K1."RID1AN DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 27th day of April. AD. E. B. LEATHERMAN, il.rk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By JOAN CtURNoYl.l:. (Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk GEORGE CHERTKOF 907 olympla p.uiiiiing Miami :1L\ 1lorida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/99 — 5/U-13-20 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 34734 B In Re; ESTATE IP JOHN P. REARDON a/k/a .1. P. REARDON, JOHN PATRICK REARDON, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against said Estate: You, and each of you, are here % %  notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. 01' either of you, may have againsl estate of JOHN p REARDON, el deceased late of Dade County, F to the Hon FRANK B. BOWLING, County Judge of Dade County, and m. the same in iiis office*In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Plorlda, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the bgal address of tinclaimant ami to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be bai 1 See Section Lin of the IMI P Act, Date April 5, A D. P-..-.. EDWARD E REARDON, As Executor of Una Last v. 11 and Tcstauie JOHN P REARDON, etc. I id ease I WALLACE N. MAER Attorney f< 1 Edward E. Reardon, Executor 4/IG-::-?9 — : %  r, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177839 RICHARD EARL WILLIAMS Plaintiff vs. MILDRED DELOI8E WILLIAMS. I i.feiidanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MILDRED DELOISE WILLIAMS ;.' South Hinkley Street Stockton. California You are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required 10 serve s cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint oil the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, 2512 Weal Plainer Btreet. Ml ami. Florida, and file th iginal Answer or Pleading in the "fflc I 11 ,• C|..,k of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of May, 1853. 1 you t id to do so, Judgment b* default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill Of Complaint This notli e shall be published each week for foul consecutive we*l In THE JEWISH FLORID1 VN DONE AND ORDRED al Mia .. this 7th day of April, \ '. 1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.Counts Florida By M c GREEN, (Circuit Com t s.ali Deput] I HENRY M CAIN Attornei 'or Plaintiff 2611 W Plagler Street, Miami. Florida 4 1 .">--"-' ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjewisti fkridUcijn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43*6



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PAGE 12 B + hmist ncrkBtn NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Tko Nw Super Arab Infor m — turn Cfir in New York was oiilcialiy opened Ut week amid fanfare in an expensive suite of offices at 4-45 Park ave Jewish and Israel newsmen, of course, were omitted from the invitation li-t Said its policy director. Kamil Abdul Rahim In a modest way the Center will attempt to do in the U S what the I S Information Offices do in the Arab World." In an at'ernpt to appease American Jew<. Rahim added: "The Arab position on Israel and on Israel = refusal to impleroer.i IN resolutions on refugee*, boundaries and the International of Jerusalem sense a position again>t the Jewish people THo Carsi C wi rm fw, political leaders of both parties maintain, will have profound repercussion* in nest Presidential elections The McCarran-Waltar Act, tbey believe, will become a major bM Meanwhile. Corsi Himself, testifying at a • %  ting of the Senate J jdiciary subcommittee on refugee problem*. tacked Scott McLeod aa -ecunty gang" leader ho had turned the nation's refugee program into a national scandal'" And in the midst of this furor o**r Dulles' dismissal ef Corsi, the major Jt organizations ir the country have voiced their pro* The National Community Relations Advisory Council released a nt of principles on American unrrjgra'K.n and naturaliz. policies, castigating the McCarran Walter Law It denounced especially the national .._ -m adopted ir. 1924 Go*. Averell Harriman of New York, in a move which appeared as a blow to Dulles and State Department, last week named Edward New York State Committee on RefugeeAnd observers believe that had President Eisenhower permitted his Jewish consultant on human rifhts and refugees. Maxwell Rabb, to appear and te> •x-omrr.iltee. things would not have looked so good for the Administration Attorneys for Dr. John Pvnnett P e ll s Senior Professor of Medicine at Yale appeared before the Supreme Qwrt last week and challenged the | constitutionality of the Government's procedures in loyalty cases The> naiad that secret information could not be used "to pui the badge of infamy on an American citizen They indicated that unless accused persons were privileged to confront their accusers, the constitutional right to due process of law was denied Whether or not to us* the atom bomb: While the majority of the Joint Chief* of Staff believes that atomic weapons -hould be used if Quemoy and Matso are be defended.; the Army Chief of Staff. Gen Matthew B Ridgewsy. who is opposed to V S defense of the islands, also is against the u-e of atomic weapons ,n their defense The Late Dr. Albert Einstein, whose recent pacing the whole world now mourn* and who had received more attention ;n the pre than that of a king or president—the New York Time> devoted three full pages—had recently predicted that, in the event of a nuclear war fhe principal ci'ies on both *ides of the Iron Curtain would be wiped out. ISRAEL Retailing how in 1952 the Israel Gove-nmer had suajefted that Prof. Albert Einstein succeed the late Chaim Weiimann as President. hole yishuv in Israel was deeply moved when it learned of the of the great Ji It w aif iru had of its own beloved MM An exact replica of the famous Liberty Bell, a gift of PWl ielphian* headed by Hag r : ~ f lark. ranng message in Jerusalem on Independence Da] The Beil will eventually >wing in a tower to be built etpec .he Knesset Building The Security Council decision not to adept a resolution against Egyptian aggressions on the Gaza frontier haevoked bitter criticism throughout L-jaei. A foreign oif.ee ipaki iid. Tr.e decision did not enhance the prestige of i -trengthen confidence he Security Council as an institution charged with n iity for impartial maintenance of international secur;' The Lebanese have captured a 400-ton Israeli freighter with itere* The Syrian offer to -plit with Israel a demilitarized zone near the Jordan and Lake Kinereth area, a zone totalling some 155 square mile*, iur. acceptable to Israel which claims the whole area. Lf. Gen. John Baaot Glubb, Chief of Staff of the Arab Legion, has declared that no peace between Israel and Jordan can be concluded until the necessary development programs to make the refugees self-supporting are completed He expressed the view that once peace %  > e>tabii-hd, the UN will with draw its aid The Israeli Government in cooperation with the Jewish Agency have adopted new measures designed to encourage lmrr.igra tion by 50.000 families from Western countries Among the proposals discussed was one which provides a loan of up to eJO.OOO for every immigrant family from a western country. Another provides for a special exchange rate of £2. per dollar for those who transfer foreign capital to IsraeL The Past month has marked a sharp decline in the number of emigrants from Israel. The March total was 185—the smallest number of exits recorded for several years... The eastern section of the Varfcon Negev pipeline %  to begin experimental operations within the next three months. PEOPLE Publisher of The New York Times Arthur Hays Suliberger, speak ing at the Tercentenary Dinner honoring David de Sola Pool at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel last week, declared that democracy requires a press that presents the news without fear or favor of anv parts, sect or interest and which acknowledges that the manner in which it presents the news is a matter of legitimate public concern The newspaper." he added, can do only half the job. The reader must help himself bv doing the rest." Young King Hussein of Jordan last week married his cousin. Princess Dina Abodel Hamid. Poverty-stricken Jordanians wondered. Harvey Matusow, admitting new lies as he wound up his testimony on the witness stand, loudly asserteJ that he was nowhere near as big a liar as Roy M. Cohn. "Mr Cohn. 1 think, tops me and takes it in spades." Matusow charged Israel G. Jecobson, deputy director of European Operations for United Hias Service, ha* been ap pointed director for Latin America Mrs. Leonard H. Bernheim. prominent New York civic and Jewish communal worker, has been named chairman of the National Jewish Welfare Boards Women's Or ganizations Division. Dr. Samuel Sandmel, professor of Bible and Hellenistic literature at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of ; Religion, writes in the current issue of "American Judaism" that mod' era Jews should cast off traditional apprehension and discover what is contained in the Christian New Testament. -Nothing is more natural than for a Jew to approach the New Testament with a feeling of suspicion." he writes, 'but it is time for apprehensions to go." Gov. Averell Harriman on Israel: "I think it is highly important that the | people in this country keep in mind clearly the conditions in which I*rael is forced to live. Israel is surrounded by countries that do not recognize her existence—even her right to existence—countries which appear to wish to bring about her destruction, and which are still in a technical state of war with her." ASIA Iraej, which is receiving U.S. arms and equipment, took the lead in the battle against Israel at the Bandung conference. Fedhil Jameli, Iraqi QUARTERLY Hs< •"to*

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 29Number 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\OUNT SINAI SUPPLEMENT P9. IB
lei Of New $4 Million Mount Sinai Hospital Viewed
300 Attend Function to Hear Report
On New Medical Institution's Site;
Community Leaders List Objectives
Over 300 social and community leaders are meeting this week in
the Fleur de Lys room of the Fontainebleau hotel for a preview of the
plans and pictures of the new Mount Sinai Hospital to be built on Col-
lins Island early in 1956.
Speakers on the program include Max Orovitz, president of Mount
Sinai Hospital; Stanley Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the Mount Sinai Hospital De-
velopment Fund; and Dr. Herman >---------------------------------------------
iew of the new Mount Sinai Hospital, construction of which
, shows the ultra modern lines of the medical institution now
Beach architects Smith & Korach.
is scheduled to begin
on the planning boards
A. Smith, of Chicago, noted hospi-
tal consultant. In addition. Rabbis
Irving Lehrman, Leon Kronish and
Joseph Narot are scheduled to par-
ticipate in the program.
The new building, to be erected
on ten-acre Collins Island, was de-
signed by the architectural firm of
Smith & Korach. It will contain
over 300 beds and embody the lat-
est ideas in hospital layout and
equipment.
RADIO TCHMAN BROADCAST MOMirOKfP HCTf
ing Conference May Lead
Arabs as Hope Seen Israel
to Mediation With
Absence Was No 'Defeat'
-*>*
Urt
JGTONPresident Eisenhower tells a press confer-
he is not satisfied with the present operation of the
Relief Act under which 214,000 immigrants are to
country and that he would support legislation to
ralization. At right is Arthur Greenleigh, executive
of United HIAS Service.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA>The
29-nation Asian-African c o nfer-
ence at Bandung, Indonesia, may
have turned into a boon for Israel
instead of a defeat in absentia, it
was indicated here. Reports reach-
ing here, chiefly from Arab sourc-
es, indicate that the Arab League
sponsored resolution at Bandung,
which on the surface placed the
Asian and African countries in the
Arab League corner, may have
opened the door for possible medi-
ation of the Israel Arab conflict.
It is understood here that not
only India and Burma are now in-
terested in Israel-Arab mediation
but also Iran, Pakistan, Turkey,
Thailand and perhaps Indonesia.
In connection with these reports it
is pointed out as significant a for-
eign broadcast by the Radio Te-
heran on Apr. 21, while the Arab
League was presumably scoring a
triumph with its anti-Israel cam-
paign at Bandung, had hinted that
mediation would be in order.
tEATY ARTICLE 38 RAISES QUESTION
Frfo Claims Committee Will Resume Talks May 9
(JTA)Representatives of the Austrian
ent and the Jewish Committee for Claims
will resume talks on restitution for vic-
ie Nazis on May 9, it was announced here
The government will be conferring with
of groups interested in restitution during
of May 5 to 11.
circles here are not concerned by the in-
government quarters that the goverpment
talks as "preliminary" in nature. The
fnt out that the claims committee team is
ned to sign any agreement at that time and
|h signature must be by Dr. Nahum Gold-
residing officer of the worldwide Jewish
Be. It is authoritatively learned that Aus
Mncellor Julius Raab has invited Dr. Gold-
come to Vienna during the second half of
vhile, Austrian Jewish circles have voiced
apprehension over the fate of a clause in the draft
of the Austrian state treaty, which may be signed
by the four occupation powers this year. Article 38
of that treaty reserves to the Austrian Government
the right to demand of Germany the return of prop-
erty the Nazis took out of Austria to Germany.
A considerable portion of that property consists
of Jewish assets, including the contents of safe de-
posit vaults, insurance policies and special "flight"
taxes which Jews paid for the right to emigrate
from Nazi Austria. It is estimated that these assets
amount to many millions of dollars, far more than
the Jewish claims committee is seeking in a lump
sum settlement with the Austrian Government.
The Austrian Government has no thought of post-
poning the restitution talks despite the impending
conference of Big Four Ambassadors on an Austrian
state treaty. State Secretary hruno Kreisky, a gov-
ernment spokesman told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
The broadcast implied that nei-
ther the Western Powers nor the
United Nations have thus for suc-
ceeded in effective action to settle
Israel-Arab disputes and appealed
to both Jews and Arabs to "show
good faith" in efforts to arrive at
a settlement. The Iran radio seem-
ed to refer to Iran as "neutral" as
between Israel and the Arab states.
Ruskin advised The Jewish Flor-
idian that he hopes to announce
contributions from the board of
trustees in excess of $1,000,000 as
the beginning of a campaign to
raise 54,000,000 for the new build-
ing.
Among those expected to be
present at the dinner are:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mr. and
Mrs. James M. Albert, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Ansin, Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley M. Beckerman, Mr. Philip Berk-
owitz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Boder-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Brons-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. David Brown,
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Burrell, Mrs.
Martha Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carner, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chasin, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Cohen, Mr. Irving Cy-
pen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum,
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Drosd, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Einstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mr. Eddie Fein-
berg, Mr. Irving Feinberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Gus F^uer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher,
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Fleming, Mr.
Arthur S. Friedman, Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, Mr. and Mrs.
Continued on Page 2 A
CALLS BANDUNG 'DISCONCERTING'
Priority for United Jewish Appeal
Urged by Zionists in Proclamation
NEW YORK (WNS)A proclamation declaring that the United
Jewish Appeal and the United Israel Appeal "are the main channels
of philanthropic aid to the people of Israel, providing funds for the
immigration and resettlement of the newcomers, the housing of the
homeless, and the cultivation of the desert" was adopted here at an
All-Zionist Planning Conference representing about a -million Zionists
throughout the country. '*--------
Addressing the conference. Dr.
Giora Joseph!hal, treasurer of the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, warn-
ed that Israel, as it enters the
eighth year, may be "in grave dan-
ger of being forced back to a pe-
riod of tent cities and unemployed
immigrants unless American Jews
can provide increased financial
support for resettling the growing
influx of impoverished newcomers
from North Africa." At the same
MISS PICON BACK
Israel Bond Fete
Due Sunday Eve
Adding a festive touch to the
Guardians of Israel seventh anni-
versary dinner party scheduled for
time Dr. Josephthal stressed that i next Sunday night will be a beau-
Israel in the past seven years had
registered "extremely significant
advances in all areas of the econ-
omy."
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, execu-
tive vice chairman of the United state of Israel Bonds Committee
tifully designed, seven layer birth-
day cake to mark the joyous occa-
sion of Israel's seventh year of in-
dependence, said Jacob Sher,
Greater Miami chairman of the
Jewish Appeal, told the conference
that "Israel and the democratic
ideal might have suffered terrible
setbacks in the past seven years
had it not been for the steadfast
support given to both by American
Jews." He reported that, in the
Continued on P9e 9 A
The dinner party will be held in
the Coronation room of the Em-
press hotel. Cocktails will be serv-
ed at 6:30 p.m., and dinner will be
served at 7.
Adorning the birthday cake, es-
pecially designed by the Chef of
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1IDAY, MAY 6, 1955
+Je*isii fhridian
Irs. Fair to Chair Federation
linner, Election of Officers Due
PAGE 3 A
Aaron Farr. Miami Beach
!vic worker and community lead-
has been named chairman of
He Greater Miami Jewish Fedora
on 17th annual dinner meeting.
Announcement of Mrs. Farr's ap-
,.., it waft/nade this ,wpk bv
?*.ra!i. jvfrs. The" annual event will be
&d on Tuesday. May 17, in the
liscayne Terrace and be attended
representatives of all major
n-h organizations, agencies and
miHiiunal groups.
Mrs. Farr has announced, that
fservatiotoa are now being made
the dinner meeting, which
SUally attracts a record turnout,
jirganizatiom preferring group
eating at special tables were this
ik urged to make reservations
nrlv. During the past three
keeks, member organizations of
federation have submitted names
delegates to serve for the com-
Ht year.
The maior order of business at
He annual meeting is election of
bers to the board of gover- ly completed a successful term as
Federation officers and trus-. president of the Conference of
s for the coming year. From Jewish Women's Organizations of
\ to 150 elective governors are Bade and Broward Counties. Mr.
suallv named at the annual meet-! and Mrs. Fair have been residents
g Officers to be elected Include |f th's area since 1932, coming to
Mrs. Aaron farr
limit:
! Miami
Mass.
ire-ident. honorary president, five
presidents, treasurer, secre-
and 15 Trustees.
Harold Thurman, chairman of
he nominating committee, has an-
nuneed that the following will
erve with him to select a slate of
Ifficers to recommend special re-
IponsibiLties for Federation trus-
pes and to suggest changes in by-
iw.s concerning election of trus-
: Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Daniel
Broad, Jack Carrier, Mrs.
teorge (hertkof. Mrs. Aaron Fair,
Barry Gordon. Fred K. Shoc.het.
Ind Bernard Stevens. Principal
lieme of the evening will be "Sev-
teen Vears of Community Serv-
," signaling the community
tanning (unctions of Federation
Jince 1938 in this area and cele
brating years of successful fund
j-aisuig. in behalf of local, national .improvement
knd Israel causes. I r0ds."
Stanley C. Myers, pioneer presi-
lent of Federation in 1938, and
Ine of its original founders, will
preside at the affair on May 17.
Beach from Brookline,
Wien Announces Beach
Headquarters at Four Sites
Leonard Wien, candidate for
Miami Beach city council, this
week announced the opening of
four area headquarters and con-
tinued his "pledge to lead the
fight for the election of a county
commissioner to represent the
Beach area by the vote of the
Beach area population, and not by
countywide vote."
The 45-year-old Beach business-
man also said he would "lead the
fight to see to it that Miami Beach
nets its fair share of tax monies
paid into the state and county for
of schools and
CJA 'Dial-athorf1
Revealed Here
M. J. Kopelowitz, former Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
chairman and civic leader here,
has been appointed to head a
unique "Dial-athon" as part of a
CJA cleanup drive.
Kopelowitz disclosed that the
Dial-athon"' will be a saturation
telephone campaign headed by top
leaders of the Jewish community
who will cooperate with campaign
officials in the period of May 9 to
14 in an effort to raise slightly
more than $165,000 to meet the
campaign goal of $1,350,000.
"When your phone rings during
Diui- ber that these community leaders
speak in behalf of 55 separate
health, welfare, religious, educa-
tional and civic defense agencies,
which help protect, strengthen
and build Jewish life throughout
the world," said Kopelowitz.
"Although the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal has already raised more
funds this year than we did in
1954, we dare not slacken our pace
in these critical weeks of the drive
lest these agencies suffer as a re-
sult of curtailed allocations."
A "repeat contribution" this
year is not adequate, he said, add-
ing: "Only increased giving on the
part of every Jewish family in
our community can properly meet
the growing welfare needs at home
and overseas."

Mrs. Tarr has served as presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women, Miami Section, and
Bas been a board member of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, the
Ireligious school. Jewish Social
Service Bureau and Biscayne Ele-
nentary School. She has served
vith Combined Jewish Appeal
kVomen's TJivision since the early
Jays of its inception and was co-
chairman of the Sponsor's Division
l 1954.
She is a member of Federation's
board of governors and has recent-
Wien headquarters have been
opened at 1631 Michigan ave 423
Washington ave., 424 41st st., and
623 71st st. Plans are underway for
weekly coffee meetings at each of
the area headquarters.
Mother's Day Program
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Beach Branch, will
hold a special Mother's Day pro-
gram on Sunday afternoon. Ac-
cording to president Harry Levin,
the group has instituted a new pol-
icy of presenting a program each
week pertaining to some holiday or
event. 141
Joint Hadassah
Dinner Scheduled
Combined donor dinner of the
Chaim Weizmann and I. R. Good-
man Groups of Hadassah will be
held on Tuesday evening, May 10,
at the Colony restaurant.
Greetings will be extended by
Mrs. Harvey Cypress, president of
the group, and Mrs. Alfred Karg,
president of the I. R. Goodman
Group.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Miri-
am Freund. national vice president
and national Youth Aliyah chair-
man of Hadassah. There will be
vocal selections by Donna and Jay
Makovsky, accompanied by Mrs.
Olga Bibor Stern, pianist
Mrs. Irving Bernstein will be
master of ceremonies. Miss Lillian
Goodman, of the Goodman Group,
and Miss Rosalind Klein, of the
Chaim Weizmann Group, are in
charge of arrangements.
"Give while there is still time," says Jimmy Kopelowitz, direct-
ing the Combined Jewish Appeal "Dial-athon" during the
week of May 9 to 13. He will be joined by important leaders
in business and industry in the one-week telephone campaign
to secure contributions from Greater Miami residents.
Annual Spring Frolic Due Saturday Evening
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
Town Branch planning commit-
tee.
Under the leadership of Stuart
Winston, ticket .chairman, well
over 700 tickets have already been
distributed. The annual event is
open to the entire adult commu-
One Mother Tells Another
it's the REAL thing!
lAmit withwt snior-
just tkt natural
iwettnm of the
choicest fresh water
fish.
KOSHER ffNM
Ready 0 ftCM
Lorber Chapter
Installs Officers
Mrs. Harold Solomon was this
week installed president of the
Lorber Chapter, Jewish National
Home for Asthmatic Children, at
a luncheon in the Biscayne Terrace
hotel. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers was
installing officer.
Others assuming their posts
were the Mesdames Peter Mprris,
Allan Michelson and Herbert Wil-
ensky, vice president; Isadore My-
ers, recording secretary; Irving
Goldstein and Eugene Somberg,
corresponding secretaries; R. Alex-
ander, financial secretary-; Irwin
Kelton, treasurer; and Bernard
Fow, auditor.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Eugene Heiman, Aaron Res-
nick, Robert Garvett and Ardwyn
Disner.
Past officers, headed by Mrs.
George Bernstein, were acclaimed
"for a splendid past record this
year of raising over 25 per cent
of their goal."
nity and will include members of
the Beach and Town Branches and
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center.
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. Lou Stein, Hyman
Kam and Lou Bush.
Mother!?
OLD FASHIONID
GEFILTE FISH
ham th. .^.... kikkM< MOTHWS K>OOrtOPUCTt.C ** IK*.
Coral Chapter to Install
Mrs. Gordon President
Mrs. Jack Gordon will be in-
stalled president of the Coral
Chapter, Jewish Consumptives' Re-
lief Society, Wednesday noon, May
11, at the Candlelight restaurant in
Coconut Grove.
Others to be named to office In-
clude the Mesdames Sam Axelrod
and Maurice Schwartz, vice presi-
dents; Maurice Goldstein, case
chairman; Al Scott, financial sec-
retary; Robert Gold, recording sec-
retary.
The Mesdames Harry Schwartz,
corresponding secretary; Irving
Wallich, treasurer; Hy Friedman,
social secretary; and Louise Brown,
program chairman.

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IS YOUR BUSINESS
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A Proven Leader
in
* BUSINESS
* CIVIC AFFAIRS
* RELIGION
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SAM
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ON TUESDAY,
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Community Vision and Medical Progress
The Greater Miami area is growing at a remarkably rapid pace. A good part of this
growth must be attributed to the iact that the people who believe in Miami the-people who
lire and work here and who hope to see it become one of the finest communities in the
nation are not afraid to dream or to direct their energies toward making of that dream a
reality.
Mount Sinai Hospital is a case in point Ten short years ago. Mount Sinai was bom out of
the increasing recognition that the area's general growth and the Jewish community's unprece-
dented derelopment needed a new hospital under Jewish auspices to keep pace with their
rapidly burgeoning medical requirements. In the course of this brief period. Mount Sinai has
------------------------------------------------------------------- become one of the largest and finest hospitals
Bandung and Arab Pripngiiali
Those of us interested in Israel's destiny
shouldn't be too disappointed about the recent
Bandung conference and the fact that the Jew-
ish State was not accorded an inritahon to
attend. The fact of the matter is that the confer-
ence turned out to be quite fruitless.
purpose was to do anything more than
bJmbu Israel, then the 1.000 delegates who
-ne to Bandung accomplished exactly noth-
-. We hnd it inconceivable that such men
of the stature of Nehru and U Nu. for example.
Mdd take time out from their busy schedules
to travei to Indonesia simply to hear Col. Nas-
ser, of Egypt, and the ex-Mufti vituperate
against a tiny nation that only last week cele-
brated its seventh anniversary.
Bandung might have been a marvelous
achievement from the point of view of that
area of the globe and Israels failure to be in-
vited might have been a political tragedy were
the aims of the conference fulfilled. These aims
were simple enough and involved a crucial
pointa firm demonstration to the Western
world that the nations of the East are corning
of age. that they are capable of self-sovereignty
and self-determination and that they will no
longer tolerate Western interference.
But this challenging program gave way, in-
stead, to a heated attack against the Jewish
Statean attack by which Arab spokesmen
showed their untrustworthy hand. For in addi-
tion to demanding that Israel return to the
demarcation line as originally determined by
the UN Palestine partition plan, they clearly
entered into negotiation with Red China's Chou
En-lai and equally clearly demonstrated their
willingness to support him in return tor his sup-
port af the by now bitterly humorous Arab
position regarding Israel.
If anyone is to learn a lesson from Bandung,
it must be our State Department, which time
and againand once more at Bandungis
being shown that anti-communist alliances with
the Arab world are not worth the paper on
which they are written.
A Dread Disease Conquered
Polio, one of the most dread diseases in the
history of humanity, is now apparently con-
quered. A mild-mannered, shy Jewish scien-
tist. Dr. Jonas Salk, some ten days ago freely
gave to the world the secret to the means of
doing away with the killer.
Needless to say, untold numbers of parents
and children will remain eternally grateful to
Dr. Salk, whose vaccine now removes the fear
that gripped their hearts. The ravaging effects
of Polio are heart-rending; its results are waste-
ful to human endeavor; its crippling power and
deathlike grip for ages have made men spirit-
less and kept them concerned.
Dr. Salk's miraculous discovery, in the face
of a world bent on war and destruction, empha-
sizes man's constant struggle to better himself
and the society in which he lives. More, it gives
us good cause to ponder on those achieve-
ments still to be attained. A noteworthy key to
Dr. Salk's success was the manner in which
people everywhere participated in his efforts.
There is perhaps unparalleled in history the
mass scientific program which he spearheaded
and behind which all Americans stood with
their moral and financial support. Other di-
seases of the human body now challenge us,
and our scientists, it is anticipated, will conquer
them, too.
in the South, embracing among its many pro-
grams research and educational facilities, a
nursing school and an interne-training sched-
ule.
Just as Miami must continue growing, so too
must Mount Sinai Hospital now reach out to
embrace new threshholds of greater medical
achievement We therefore note with pride the
announcement last week of a S4.000.000 de-
velopment program aimed at attaining this end.
Announcement of the program may well make
the Jewish community here proud of its ac-
complishment and is the result of six years of
experience and study in Mount Sinai Hospital's
present buildings at 4300 Alton rd.. the fruit
of careful planning and research, a decision
grown out of discussion and evaluation con-
suming thousands of hours of work by devoted
community leaders.
A newer and greater Mount Sinai Hospital
will do more than continue serving the expand-
ing health needs of the Jewish and general
communityalthough this, in itself, is a neces-
sary ambition. The new Mount Sinai will also
provide physicians and researchers with more
fully equipped faculties to fight and cure the
ills of men here and everywhere; will offer its
teaching programs broader fields of medical
inquiry; will present to the people of this com-
munity, in accordance with the free precepts of
ancient Jewish tradition, a finer haven for the
sickregardless of race, religion or the ability
to pay.
These are the goals. Simply stated, they
seem simple or even "obviously necessary" to
achieve. But just as the original dream requir-
ed the cooperative efforts of many dedicated
leaders, so too will this latest vision demand the
devoted energy and skill of countless persons.
In the forefront of the newly announced
$4,000,000 Mount Sinai development program
have been members of a joint committee com-
posed of the hospital's board of trustees and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
It is a tribute to their understanding that the
program is based on the need for improved
hospital faculties not only today but also for
a community of 150,000 Jews within the next
ten years. Such long-range planning requires
intelligence and courage; it will also require
the individual support of each of us. For the
new Mount Sinai Hospital will be a part of
the community in which we live and will there-
fore be a part of every Miamian.
The Jewish community has thusfar happily
met its responsibility in this regard as the
present hospital site indicates. We are certain
it will willingly meet the challenge of the new
$4,000,000 medical institution.
ISRAH-0 visit to ffce old and fhe
ONE THING is true about impossible situationsif ,,,.
true about them at all. After a while, they seem to appear ou?"1* U
able, and before very long they are "completely within
possibility." By the time a value judgment is computed n
of some lonely theoretician to prove that impossible situations ""
possible by definition and therefore highly probable the reT**!
possibility" acquires an almost humorous kind of reality *l
A ease in point is the He*. Charley Johns. Senator from c, .
Another is the Hon Vincent C. Giblin. Circuit Court Judge in th I
on a River. Still another is the not so honorable Conde McGinle"5 C'^l
lisher of sorts and hatemonger. Now. each of these three gentieL?UN
an utter impossibility; yet all of them are so much with us that *l
deny neither their individual existences nor the palpably real* I
tions which, unbelievable as it may seem, they have fathered "
Sen. Johns last week introduced a bill at Tallahassee punx*.
which is to prohibit hotels from using 'Testricted" or 'itherwwSI"
their advertising to bar Jews. Of course, a lot of unfair people win *
that the ambitious young man from Starfce had more things in hi
than bigotry when he sponsored and steered this bill to a swnOL
vote in the State Legislature. Individuals of a vicious turn wiu
that Sen. Johns is brooding over the Mac Arthur esque vow he mad*'
mediately after a certain Mr. LeRoy Collins forced him to set aside hkl
plans about the governorship. According to his own testimony tm2
displayed on the highways of Florida last year. Sen. Johns fuHUled I
almost unaccountable number of promises during his tenure in ottiJj
But these unfair people, recognizing the role of destiny m the ijJ
of men. will say the Senator is now making certain that, if any, his on
vow to himself will surely be consummatedthat his historic dictunril
shall return," will not take its place among the vainglorious prophwl
in history'. And, of course, they will say, there is no better place t|
Sen. Johns to insure this consummation than right here in Dade Count I
where a considerably large group of voters failed to evince any inter!
est in whether he would ever be back in Tallahassee again to speoil
his time fulfilling promises he assumes he made to them Now toil
is. without a doubt, vicious, as I have said. But it is undeniablr tnal
that Starke's No. 1 representative did lose his battle in an area heavth 1
populated by Jews and hotels and that he may very well ask siratw]
soul~ to remember his bill in the State Legislature when 1957 i upo|
us.
a a
NONE OF thi- is the least impossible but good politic* and "expae-l
sive humanitarianism instead. The impossible element in the situij
tion lies in the fact that Sen. Johns was also instrumental recently u|
introducing a bill that would assure the continuation of segregrl
tion in Florida's public schools. In explaining the bill, Sen Johns saaj
he wanted to take the administration of public schools out of the hanal
of the Supreme Court, "where it does not belong." If one i* reasoBatH
capable of forgetting the actual intent of this piece of legally que*J
tionable legislation, it should seem clear that Starke's ieading citizeal
is at odds with himself philosophically..
Of course, no one will accuse the Senator of being encumbered 1
the knowledge of useless things like philosophy. But it appears en
nently strange for a man to be concerned about religious disenmia.
tion in hotels while he simultaneously wracks his brain to uncove
means of circumventing a decision on racial discrimination passed bj
the highest court in our nation. Now, only but week, a Miami commJ
nity leader told me there is no true conflict here. Religious freedoaj
I had it explained, is the highest form of acceptable segregation, when!
in individual groups are assured the right of indulging their spiritual
inclinations by themselves and without the intrusion of their neigi-l
bors. Racial discrimination, it followed, is merely a negative amplifial
tion of this position.
Unfortunately, I did not find the community leader's explanation
satisfying. Both of these types of prejudice stem from a similarly bail
kind of psychological motivation; any other interpretation seems not I
sophistry. In any case. Sen. Johns has been joined in this category if (
actualized impossibility by Judge Vincent C. Giblin. a man bo remaial
in my mindamong other reasonsfor his attendance as an bonoreil
guest at the Roy Cohn dinner here last November. I remember witl
horror the tone of that dinner-----the oft-repeated observations aboil
Cohn's "Jewishness," the wonder expressed that "one of them" can hi
an ardent foe of communism, the anti-Semitism on the face of sua|
remarks made at a function ostensibly held as a tribute to a Jew.
Judge Giblin emphasized the significance of the occasion *j
erstwhile relationship between Cohn and his subsequently depcafl
employer. Sen. McCarthy. For Judge Giblin was fresh from doling otl
a series of contempt sentences to "Fifth Amendment communists," I
denying them bail and from keeping them waiting in jail for n|
Supreme Court to reverse his decisions on an individual basis.
NOW THERE was nothing impossible here either; it was merdf
illegal, as the reversals, one by one, proved. One may. of course, re-
gard with something like bitter humor the improbability of a*
Semitic expression at a dinner honoring a Jew. But the Jew in tail
case was Roy Cohn, and the entire matter is therefore of minor import
The breath-taking impossibility, however, in Judge Giblin s can "t
in a remark he made here some ten days ago about IS lnisttfrai*
matters. Secretary of State Dulles' dismissal of Edward Corsi *
a sensitive questionone which stimulates the most ardently partisan
kind of comment. Judge Giblin, to say the least, clearly is in accord *
Mr. Dulles, and he became impossible only when, trying to do Mr-
Dulles one better, he questioned the intentions of President Eisen-
hower's seemingly ill-fate^ 1953 Refugee Relief Actwhen, in short,
he disputed the advisability of permitting the influx into the MM]
States of "undesirable aliens especially from Southeast Europe," *&*)
chief sin is that they are without Anglo-Saxon heritage. j
If one can, again, forget the shock of Identifying a member of
bench with such downright bigotry, the more fundamental impossibility
here is Judge Giblin's ethnic distaste for most new American citizens-
except, apparently, those of the Anglo-Saxon variety-in light of Wj
attendance as a guest of honor at a dinner paying tribute to Roy Cetel
All of which, of course, puts me in mind of publisher McGinley w|
his appearance before a Congressional investigating committee 1*1
week, which was probing the current furor over immigration matters I
On its face, this is the greatest impossibility of all. Shortly before
the demise of the last Republican Congress. Rep Harold Velde's House
Committee on Un-American Activities came out with a report on neo-j
fascist hate groups in America. Perhaps as a means of assuring
grace with what then appeared would be a victorious Democratic Pan),
the committee made its first effort at pointing out that an asce
Kind of U.S. fascism is equally subversive with U.S. communism an-
demands investigation to assure the safety of our continuing democ-
racy. i
Cited in the Velde report were Conde McGinley and his hate sheet.
Common Sense." Yet, this man was called before a Congress"**!^
mittee to express his views on the nation's immigration P|f "
reasonable parallel here would have been far Congress to JL
cuted atomic spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg's opinions on effew
means of combatting communism.


FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955
[Religion, Democracy to be Seminar
Theme at North Shore Center Meet
-Jewish ncrldUan
PAGE 5 A
Business, civic, governmental
land religious leaders of seven
ICreater Miami Beach communities
hull attend a seminar meeting co-
Lponaured by the North Shore Jew-
ish Tenter and the Jewish Theolog-
Eral Seminary of America Wednes-
day morning at the Center, 620 -}
|75th st.
Officials from Miami Beach,
Surfside, Bay Harbor" Islands, Bal
larbour, North Bay Village, In-
dian, Creek Village and Golden
Beach have been invited to the
Session, according to Jerry Suss-
nan, chairman of the seminar.
Dr. Aaron H. Blumenthal, vice
president of the Rabbinical Assem
My of America, and Dr. John Law-
rence Yenches, minister of the
:hurch-By-The-Sea, Bal Harbour,
Will lead the seminar, entitled
pReligion and DemocracyA Pro-
gram for Our Time."
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
al leader of North Shore, Ezra
pinegold, president of the congre-
[ation, Nathaniel Glickman. chair-
nan of the North Shore "Friends
the Seminary," and Samuel J.
lalperin, South Florida Seminary
Jhairman, will also participate.
Dr. Blumenthal, spiritual leader
Congregation Emanu-El, Mount
Ifornon, N.Y., since 1946, was or-
I.lined rabbi by the Seminary in
1932. He was graduated from Mc-
fill University, Canada, in 1928.
Rabbi Blumenthal visited Pales-
Ine as a delegate to the World
lionist Congress during the sum-
mer of 1939. In 1943, he entered
he United. States Army and serv-
J as chaplain at the Halloran
tenera1 Hospital, Staten Island,
Intil 1946.
Dr. Aarui H. Blumtnthol
Rabbi Blumenthal is chairman
If its chaplaincy availability board,
phich procures Conservative rab-
s for service in the chaplaincy
the Armed Forces, and a mem
?r of the committee on Jewish
and standards of the Rabbini-
kl Assembly of America.
j He is a member of the board of
rectors of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America, and of
the executive committee of the
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy,
which is responsible for the total
chaplaincy program in the Armed
Forces and in the Veteran's Ad-
ministration.
Dr. Blumenthal will address a
public meeting Thursday, May 12,
at the North Shore Jewish Center.
He will speak on "The Conserva-
tive Movement Speaks to Amer-
ica," unfolding the behind -the-
scene story of the olanning and
production of the Eternal Light
program, top-rated radio series
sponsored and produced by the
Seminary.
A special kinescope of a new
film from the television series,
"Frontiers of Faith," will be
shown. The "Frontiers" series, co-
sponsored by the Seminary, is pat-
terned after the "Eternal Light."
Honor Student Roni Hyman
Will be June UM Graduate
Roni Hyman will be a June grac.
uate at the University of Miami.
A senior in the Department of Hu-
man Relations and Education at
the UM, Hyman has been, on the
Dean's List every semester since
enrolling ot the university.
He has been elected to'member-
ship in Phi Kappa Phi honor so-
ciety. Choice was made on the
basis of Hyman's "high academic
record and good character (and
because) you will continue in the
future to uphold through perform-
ance the high ideals of scholarship
and honesty which you have dem-
onstrated at the University of Mi-
ami."
Hyman has also been selected
for membership in Delta Phi Al-
pha, German honorary society, a
national organization with 78
chapters. Only students who have
done outstanding work in German
are invited to become members.
The U of M senior is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Hyman,
1382 SW 21st ter., Miami.
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Hall, a successful business man,
apartment and hotel operator and
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FBIDAY_may
Miss Frances Zinn Becomes Mrs. Allen
Gordon in Candlelight Ceremony May 5
Mrs. Oarfe*
Miss Schonwetter
And Mr. Mandelberg
Wed Here April 3rd
Mr and Mrs Joseph Sebonwet-
daaghOr Claire to Mr Charles
Maadefberg on Apr 3
Claire studied in New York and
also attended the Uareersiry of Mi-
Charles also studied in New York
and i the son of Mrs Augusta
yar.deJberg astd the late Dr Jo-
seph Mandelberg
He u co-osmer of the Malabo
hotel at 386 Indian Creek dr.
where they are now re-idmg
The Maadelherg* own Pabn Crest
Apartments. Miami Beach
Geoffrey Randall
To be Bar Mitzvah
Geoffrey T.ance Randall, son of
Mr. and Mrs Henry G. Randall.
6356 SW 14th st.. will be Bar Mitz
\ah on Saturday. May 7, at the
Coral Gabies Jewish Center A re-
ception will be held in his honor
at home on Sunday May 8.
Geoffrey*! Hebrew studies were
initiated at the age of four at the
Shara Tefilla Jewish Center in Far
Roekaway, N Y.. where he attend-
ed a kindergarten class After mi-
grating to Florida, he became a
student of the United Jewish
Schools, where at the age of six he
began hu formal Hebrew studies.
Geoffrey i a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
School, where he is a member of
the band. Recently, be was voted
to represent his class at a school
dance. As a fifth grids i *t S/t-
vaaia AuWs Elementary School.
he was the winner of a speech con-
test with a speech entitled "Be
Glad You're n American Child."
Twice he was chosen to be mas-
ter of ceremonies at variety shows.
In his fourth grade at Sylvania
heights, dressed as Uncle Sam he
introduced each class, and at the
West Miami Jewish Center he con-
ducted proceedings at a Chanuka
play.
For three consecutive years, be
won the annual spelling bee in his
class. He was also a member of
the Bey Scouts.
May 5 was the day chosen by
Miss Esther Frances Ziaa for her
wedding to Allen Gordon The
former Miss Ziaa is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Loan* Ziaa. Wit
Pibswre. Hollywood. Fla. Mr. Gor-
ans is the oa of Mr and Mrs. Abe
Cordon. Xew York City.
Babbi Dend Thipirn iffhrmafd
at the 7 p m. ttrrmnj m the
di Gras reasa af the
Beats
b)
Mrs. Zinn. mother of the bride.
pink pean de soie
with matching accessories a n d |
wore a doable orchid corsage. Mrs.!
of the groam, was
at til ad at nary lace over grey taf-
feta aad wore a dwenle orchid
Maternal grandmother of
Mrs Sttowitz. who came
New York to honor the bride
chiffon aad
Sheilah
af the groom took
f the rnntink. attired in
pake base, and a cymbtdiam orchid
Gordon.
the groom, wore cafe an
and a cymbdium orchid
were signed and
by the Blackstone Flower
white hybrid
with lily-of-tbe- valley
Aa
used far the ceremony, the same
one which had previously served
the bride's mother and sister. Ma-
tron of honor was the sister of the
bride. Mrs. Bernard Veraaa. af
New York City. She chose aa tee-
blue satin and tulle direcaaire
gown and carried a heartshaped
fan af sheUpank tinted eatUeya
orchids. Flower girl Theda Clarise
Vemon. niece of the bride, wane
aqua organdy with twetiered
starched skirt and carried a pink
basket with rose petals. Ira L Ver-
non. nephew of the bride, was ring-
bearer.
in the Hol-
hotel. Among out-of-
the maternal
of the bride. Mr. and
jU. from New
and Miss Sheila
of the groom, and
Vemon, sis-
of the bride.
New York
of South
I attends
University of Mumi. where
in physical educa-
tion. She is a member of Phi Delta
Pi Professional fraternity. The
is a graduate of Peter Stuy-
High School in New York
and is at present with the US.
Nary, preparing for his engineers
degree.
For her going away costume the
bride chose a Dior Aline ensemble
of mduii print with match mg ac-
and wore a white orchid
Upon completion of a honey-
moon trip by motor through the
State of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
don will be at home at 1319 Fil-
more st.. Hollywood
lift Sfway Growers
To Meet Next Week
Unit study groups for May of the
League of Women Voters of Miami
Beach will take up the topic. "Live
Isaacs in Tallahassee." with Mr*
Norman Babel, former president
and now state resource chairman,
explaining the subject matter.
On the schedule as hostesses for
the week are Monday. May 9. 10
a.m.. Mrs. Hal T. Meyers. 5825 La
Gorce dr ; Wednesday. May 11.
7:30 p.m.. Mrs Erwin Karson, 3083
North Bay rd.: and Friday, May 13.
p m. Mrs. Herbert Bromberg.
8035 Mormac ave Discussion lead-
ers include Mrs. Leonard Heller.
Miss Doris Wemstein and Mrs. D.
Donald Smith, unit chairman.
iTwBsMj Awaits Meet
Young Adult Group of Temple
Fjnanu El will hold its next meet-
i ing on Wednesday evening. May
11. according to Burt Tumpson.
I president.
Specie/ mother's Day Service
Special Mother's Day service will
be conducted at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday morning Student partici-
pation will be by Arlene Kaplan.
Iris Lipton and Stephen Chaikin.
Greetings from the Parent-Teacher
Association will be brought by Mrs.
Benjamin Greene, president, while
i Mrs. Jules Channing will represent
the sisterhood Mrs. Sherman Kap-
lan is chairman of the reception,
and Mrs. Harry Brick is chairman
of the corsage committee.
Misa Hcxriet E. Gans. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Gans. 4480 North Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach, cele- .
brated her 16th birthday with !
a luncheon and swim parry
tor 75 of her friends at the
Fontainebleau hotel on Apr.
23. Miss Gans is a tenth
grade student at Miami
Beach High School, where '
she is a member oi National
Forensic League and was
elected recording secretary
of Anchor Club and president
of "toys" B'nai B'rith Girls '
for 1355-56
Mn. loiKjei to be /*sf.Jie.
Presiweirf of Tropkal Chapter
Tropical Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will have an installation
luncheon on Wednesday noon. May
11. at the Sovereign hotel
The following officers will be
installed:
PresidentMrs. James Langel: j
vice presidentsMrs. Larry Leek-1
, art. Mrs. Louis Jilier. Mrs. R. Ram-1
bow; treasurerMrs. Henry Levy;
{recording secretaryMrs. Albert
1 Kronowitz: corresponding secre
'taryMrs. Paul Goldman.
Financial secretaryMrs. Abra-
| ham Shapiro; historian Mrs. i
David Past: sentinel Mr*. Moe
Steinberg; parliamentarian Mrs.
Irving I-aibsoa; counsellor Mrs.
Louis Wilson.
Board membersthe Mesdames
E Arrow. Norma Berger. Herbert
Cohen, Leon Epstein. Herman
| Feldman, L e r o y Levy. Harvey
Michaelson. Joseph Weiner and
'Robert Strauss.
Installation Slated
By Sisterhood ftJ
J**?P** remowes im?*
Ujreleeted offb^T-'fci
f"**" of the S..Urh"d *
Miami Hebrew School an?/'1 {^
* will take place ..^
eon on Wednesday noon "
m the social hall f the iU
Elected to serve with
*deJJ. president. are*...*'
dames Michael Blank '
Ieidesrt; Abraham Barka.
ond vice president; Milton vJ0\
recordmg secreta JH
8*r. corresponding secrM^F
ham Wemtraub. finaac
Board of director* include,"
Meadames. Simon Apr, g,
Kelemer, Joseph SchwadroT
ward Becker. Robert Schmi
Harry Bebrow. Peter DuchoT]
tm Berger. George Goldberg;
be Harrison. Dav d Hecht. M.
sen. Sam Herman. Dave IQ
Toby Magin. Dave Meltzer
Perlman. Frieda Rappaport
Stahl. Inrin Sirkin. A Ze_* |
Mildner, Jack Stone. Joseph
witt. L Sharoff. R. Rockoft'
Seen, a. Kontruff.
Babbi Simon April
leader, of the congregation.
principal speaker and
officer. Larry Blue will
entertain. Cantor Berele Kei
will render vocal ^elections.
Home Aoxilkuy Plans
Sife fo teskfeefs
Mother's Day program
ed by the Greater Miami w'_
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for
Aged, will be held 9u
noon. May 8. at the Book in
or of all senior mother resid
Mrs. Louis Makov-ky
chairman. Mrs. Max Gree.-oe:
Mrs. Jack I'dell will be sp
hostesses for the afternoon.

0a Troop
AJvin Feldman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Feldman,
will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El Sat-
urday, May 7. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. The
celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Miami Beach Jun-
ior-Senior High School and
attends the religious school
of Temple Emanu-D, where
he is in the second grade.
Ard more
Ronald Purcel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milford S. Purcel will
be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday, May 7.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The celebrant is a
seventh grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School
and is in the second grade
of the religious school of
Temple Emanu-EL
Ardrrture)
David Arthur Levy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levy,
3600 Pinebee dr.. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. May
7. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. David, a student in
Beth Sholom religious school.
in the seventh grade oi
Nautilus Junior High School
()u I-of-Town
(Guests to Honor
Bruce Rupiuiport
Bruce Martin Rappaport *"jf I
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rappanort 61 ]
SW 11th St.. will be Bar MittTiNM
Saturday. May 7. at the West
ami Jewish Center Rabbi AlWj
Waxman wi!l officia'e
Bruce Is a seventh erade P"f
at West Miami Junior High Scbwj
and attends the religious school
West Miami Jewish Center. I
Bruce is a great grardwn*
Rev. Solomon Rappaport. I
and cantor of the West End v
gogue of New York City and_
direct descendant of Babbi 5
mon Judah Loeb Rappaport. Crw
Chief Rabbi and famou- religw".!
leader of Prague. Austria
Among out-of-town quests
pected to attend are Mrs.7I*
Rappaport and daughter *'*!*;
grandmother and aunt. fro"/T
ineck. NJ.: Mrs. Charles *
man, grandmother. Mrs. J
Schloasman. g r e at grandsow.|
'and Leah Schlossman. great *M
aU from Jackson Height'. !"_-.
and Dr. and Mrs. Jack Levy. "p
""Bruce u a member of the***}
band, a Life Scout in Troop*-
and was awarded first proe in .
recent Science Fair in the r>-.. j
cal Science Division, i""1^."'^
school, held at the IniversUJ
Miami


<1T)AY, MAY 6, 1955
+JewlstinorMiari
PAGE 7 A
Mn Schwartz New
Chapter President
Mrs. Abe Schwartz will be in-
stalled president at the tenth an-
nual installation luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, on Tuesday noon,
May 10, at the Empress hotel.
Others to be installed include
the Mesdames Max Davis, Benja-
min Druckman, Herman Stern and
Benjamin Rimer, vice presidents;
A. Barron, treasurer; Jack Silver-
ma n, corresponding secretary;.
Jack August, assistant correspond-
ing secretary; Leon Rapce. finan-
cial secretary; Dorothy Kagel, re-
cording secretary.
The Mesdames Lillian Koren-
blilt, social secretary; Harry Kauf-
man, parliamentarian; David Den-
ner, sentinal; Ben Lebow, histor-
ian; and Helen Sanders, counsilor.
Chairman will be Mrs. Lebow.
Mrs. Herman Stern is program
chairman, with Mrs. Ida Optner, in-
stalling officer. Invocation will be
by Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, with Mrs.
Sanders offering the benediction.
,
Mrs. Ate Schworfi
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I not shown in picture.
eborah Society Chapter Has
Election meeting was held this
peek at the home of Mrs. Louis
evy fof the Deborah Tuberculo-
Society.
Reelected to serve as officers for
he ensuing year are the Mesdames
Jward Singer, founder president;
a M. Levine, honorary presi-
Officer Installation
dent; Louis Levy, president; Sid-
ney Ginsberg, Raymond Rubin and
Sara Holland, vice presidents; Her-
man Glasser, treasurer; Herbert
Shapiro, corresponding secretary;
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iLOBAL SHORTS
+Jewlstinrr*~r
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btr Semite Loses Move
Set Aside Verdict
NEWARK (WNS) Superior
url Judge Howard Ewart this
!'k denied a motion for a new
a I brought by the attorneys for
nde McGinley. notorious anti-
ule and publisher of the hate
Pt, Common Sense, who was as-
Ised $30,000 in damages in a libel
[t by Rabbi Joachim Prinz of
|s city. McGinley's lawyers ask-
for a new trial on the ground
It the judgment was excessive
against the weight of evidence.
age Ewart denied the motion,
daring that the "size of the ver-
ct indicated good judgment."
ispitol Reveals Important
irgery for Cancer
SAN FRANCISCO (WNS) The
nerican Cancer Society this week
closed that three Mount Zion
spital doctors here had made a
discovery in the treatment of
Beer of the breast, with the treat-
but involving the first successful
Implantation of adrenal glands
km oro part of the body to the
her. The new surgery was per-
rmed by Dr. Donald Bernstein
his co-workers Drs. Gerson R.
ind and A. Lincoln Brown. The
operation is not considered a
re and is not used as routine
pecdure.
British Parliament Won't
Consider Anti-Schechita Bill
LONDON (WNS) Because of
pressing government measures it
must consider prior tp dissolution
in connection with the forthcom-
ing national election, there is no
likelihood that Parliament will re-
ceive, much less consider, legisla-
tion banning shechita where the
cattle or fowl had not been previ-
ously been stunned to unconsci-
ousness.
OOVJURRIMAN HAILED FOR APPOINT mm
Woman Leader Named to Mew York Committee on Refugees
Father of A-Submarine
Receives Columbia Award
NEW YORK (WNS)Rear Ad
miral Hyman G. Rickover, who
supervised the design and con-
struction of the world's first atom-
powered ship, the submarine Nau-
tilus, has been awarded the 1955
Egelston Medal, Columbia Univer-
sity's highest alumni award for
"distinguished engineering achi-
evement."
NEW YORKGov. Averell Har-
riman was hailed this week for his
appointment of Mrs. Irving M. En-
gel to the newly-reconstituted New
York Committee on Refugees by
Mrs. Moise S. Cahn, president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Appointment of Mrs. Engel, who
recently retired as national presi-
dent of the 62-year-old Jewish
women's organization and who was
for many years the guiding spirit
behind its service to the foreign
born program, is, in Mrs. Cahn's
opinion, "an assurance that the
new committee is intended to do as
effective a job as possible in aid-
ing the settlement of refugees and
their absorption into the econ-
omy."
The only woman named to the
17-member refugee board, Mrs. En-
gel is considered an 'outstanding
authority on immigration. During
her five-year presidency of the
Council and in the years preceding,
she carried forward an immigra-
idicts Jewish Population
Rise by 500,000
IEW YORK (WNS)If the Jew-
population increases in the
no proportion as that of the gen-
i! population in the next five
trs there will be 500,000 more
in the United States by 1960,
was predicted here by Philip
rnstein, executive director of
Council of Jewish Federations
Welfare Funds, in an address
ire the annual meeting of the
fish Center Division of the Na-
aal Jewish Welfare Board at the
rbizon Plaza. The present Jew-
population is estimated at
khtly more than 5,000,000.
Norway to Accept DP Jews
From Germany as Immigrants
OSLO (JTA) Up to 100 dis-
placed persons and their depend- j tion program begun in 1903, when
ents now living in camps in Ger- the Federal Government asked the
many and Austria wi be accepted iL
as immigrants by Norway within organization to ensure the safety
the next few months, under a spe-
Mn. Irving tngtl
of Jewish girls arriving from East-
ern Europe.
Now a vice president of the
United Hias Service, Mrs. Engel
took a leading part in its forma-
tion, as well as in the founding of
one of its predecessor organiza-
tions, the United Service for New
Americans.
Isadore Lubm, Hew York State
Industrial Commissioner, is chair-
man of the new committee. Ed-
ward F. Corsi is among its mem-
bers.
Mrs. Engel pointed out, in com-
menting on her acceptance of the
new post, that "there has never
yet been a period when immigra-
tion has not helped the United
States although certain people
have always cried havoc about it."
On the problem of America's cur-
rent immigration policies, she
added, "It is doubtful that Dr.
Jonas Salk's mother would be able
to immigrate to the United States
today. She came from Eastern
Europe."
Mrs. Cahn, who appealed to
President Eisenhower for leader-
ship in securing immigration law
reform at a breakfast meeting last
week, asserted that "while it is
gratifying that the State of New
York is attempting to make the
most of the Refugee Relief Act of
1953, no amount of humane effort
can take the place of the more
just and democratic immigration
law which America so badly
needs."
cial plan of the Norwegian Govern-
ment and the Joint Distribution
Committee made public here. The
agreement was reached by the
Refugee Council of Norway, repre-
senting the Government, and
Charles Jordan, assistant director
of the JDC.
|,000 Jews Welcome Eshkol
Buenos Aires Festivities
Bl ENOS AIRES (JTA) More
^n 15.000 Argentine Jews turned
last night to give a rousing wel-
ue to Israel Finance Minister
Iri Eshkol and to officially open
United Israel Campaign here
1955. Several choirs and bands
Jewish youth organizations
eted the Israel guest, who was
orted by Israel Ambassador
[ieh Kubovy, as he passed down
central walk to the rostrum.
le flags of Israel and Argentina
Ire hoisted over the dais as the
Iwd cheered.
>rmon Government Failed
Offer Scientist Pension
iERLTN (JTA) The late Prof.
t Einstein never received any
Jmpensation or restitution for
operty taken from him by the
zis, a survey of competent
urces here and in Bonn disclos-
As a long-time university pro-
ssor and director of the govern-
ental Kaiser Wilhelm Institute,
would have been entitled to a
kbstantial civil service pension,
lit he apparently disdained to ask
|r it and no move was made by
>p German Government to offer
to him.
Sen. Lehman Seeks Ouster
Of Scott McCleod
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Herbert H. Lehman last week in-
troduced legislation to oust Scott
McLeod, State Department secur-
ity chief, as administrator of the
Refugee Relief Act of 1953. He
branded the administration of the
program as a "bureaucratic night-
mare" and charged that Mr. Mc-
Leod had taken the position that
the fewer refugees admitted the
better.
Convicted Terrorists Released
Under Israel Amnesty
TEL AVTV (JTA)The last four
of a group of convicted terrorists
responsible for attacks on the So-
viet and Czech legations and for.
attacking non-kosher butcher
shops were released from prison
last week in an Independence Day
amnesty by order of Defense Min-
ister David Ben Gurion, it was an-
nounced here. The others were
released earlier by former Defense
Minister Pinchas Lavon.
wish Actors Lift Ban
Maurice Schwartz
[ NEW YORK (WNS) A resolu-
rescinding its earlier "ban"
ijain.st Maurice Schwartz was
>pted here by the Hebrew Ac-
prs Union after sharp debate on a
potion by the union's executive
^commending affirmative action,
"e ban was issued some months
Bo when Schwartz, in defiance of
tPPosition, produced English lan-
page plays on Second ave., an
pa considered as exclusive terri-
""y( by the Yiddish theatrical
/d. On closing his production,
pnwartz admitted it was error to
Eisenhower Fetes Dr. Salk;
Ceremony at White House
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower last weekend
paid high tribute to Dr. Jonas E.
Salk, discoverer of the vaccine to
prevent paralytic poliomyelitis. At
ceremony in the White House
garden the President awarded a
citation to Dr. Salk and expressed
appreciation to him on behalf of
"the countless thousands of par-
ents and grandparents" whose
fears have been dissipated by the
Salk vaccine with which children
throughout the nation are being
innoculated.
Israel Bond Fete
Due Sunday Eve
Continued from Pag* 1 A
the Empress, will be a flag of Is-
rael and an American flag to sym-
bolize the "bond between" the two
nations. The cake will also bear a
huge figure seven and seven can-
dles noting the seventh year of Is-
rael as a free nation, and will be
gaily decorated with the tradition-
al blue and white icing, Sher said.
At the dinner party, a special
message and proclamation will be
heard from Florida Gov. LeRoy
Collins.
Molly Picon, "Queen of the Yid-
dish stage" and internationally-
known star of stage, screen and
radio, will be one of several noted
entertainers who will be guests at
the dinner party.
Miss Picon returned recently
from Israel, where she spent two
weeks surveying industrial plants,
commercial enterprises and agri-
cultural projects which are being
supported with the aid of invest-
ment capital derived from the sale
of State of Israel Development
Bonds.
Indicating that the best possi-
ble birthday present to the young
State of Israel would be the pur-
chase of an Israel Bond. Sher stat-
ed that the dinner party celebra-
tion saluting Israel will be a high-
light in the calendar of commu-
nity events.
"By attending the Guardians of
Israel dinner party, by purchas-
ing State of Israel Bonds, we can
help strengthen every facet of Is-
rael's expanding economy to the
point of self-sufficiency," said
Sher.
Pr'ng that medium to Second ave. Congress."
Bigot Assails Dr. Einstein
Before Senate Body Hearing
WASHINGTON (JTA) Gerald
L. K. Smith, anti-Semitic leader,
appeared last weekend before a
Senate immigration sub-commit-
tee to defend the present immigra-
tion laws which have been brand-
ed as "racial" by former President
Truman and modification of which
was urged by President Eisenhow-
er. Mr. Smith said that "there
is a passive resistance to migration
when we feel we are going to get
another Einstein." He told the
sub-committee that Dr. Einstein
"personified" those people "who
hold themselves in contempt of
Empress Chef Edmond Johnson (right), president of the Greater
Miami Epicurean Club, prepares special batter for a seven-
layer birthday cake to mark the occasion of Israel's seventh
year of independence. Baker Paul Towe (left) holds flags that
will adorn the specially designed cake by Johnsen. Baker
Wilber S. Bowling (center) holds a facsimile of the figure seven
which also will decorate the cake. The cake will be trimmed
and decorated with the traditional blue and white icing, and
will be served next Sunday night at the Guardians of Israel
seventh anniversary dinner party in the Empress hotel.
Zionists Urge Priority for United Appeal
molly Picon
Students at Reception
Senior students of the graduat-
ing class of the Lear School attend-
ed an informal reception at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Edward G.
Lear Wednesday evening.
Continued from Pa* 1 A
seven years of Israel's existence,
American Jews had made it pos-
sible for the UJA to allocate close
to $500,000,000 for programs that
"have helped Israel to transform
hundreds of thousands of lives and
thousands of years of changeless
neglect."
"This aid from the United Jew-
ish Appeal," he declared, "has
helped Israel to emerge not only expressed the view that "it does
as a 20th Century State but as a not speak well for the moral clim-
land in its part of the world with
an unrivalled system of free in-
stitutions and an unmatched dedi-
cent Bandung resolution endorsing
the demands of the Arab states,
declared that "one might have ex-
pected that states that had only
just obtained their sovereignty
would be less ready to accept on
their face value the cliches of Arab
League propaganda."
Terming the Bandung confer-
ence in this respect "disconcert-
ing" and the demands of the Arab
states "untenable," Dr. Goldmann
ate in the world today that these
nations adopted this resolution;
that the history created by Israel
cation to the free way of life." The in the past seven years be cancel-
UJA executive head warned that | led out and replaced by history as
the Arab League would like to
write it." The Jewish Agency
chairman called upon friends of
Israel "to elucidate more vigor-
ously Israel's case and to stand be-
"a retreat now to the camps of yes-
terday would not only impair Is-
rael's economic health but, in dis-
arming Israel economically, might
possibly invite a re-invigorated at-
tack by its neighbors."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, in a poli-
tical statement referring to the re-
hind Israel financially and morally
so that she can weather the pres-
ent crisis."


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tioea! Hadassan >upplte> and pur-
chasing chairman and laeaaher of
1 .toe oatmeal board, was national
advUor for the fifth annual meet-
ing
Y Hugh Orgell. information of-
ficer. Embassy of Israel. Washing-
ton. DC. was speaker at the eon- **h Babb;
ference banquet Sunday ciinimi fl.*,'"< Mr
LeTin Unveiling
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president of the Florida Region. Leah Gamali Arrautell
named Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miami. charge of F-lnwrTS*
conference chairman Mrs. Sirkin. ** Comp*-. Frienua
who has senred the region as tiee ti*es are aski J > atteai
for three years, has also--------------------------1
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kteL!kri&aHn
iy Workers
attend Brunch
bined Jewish Appeal volun-
Hio participated in "C-Day"
her area campaigns will be
chairman Sam J. Heiman
[social functions on Sunday,
[ workers in the Miami area
een invited by Heiman to at-
[ brunch at 11:30 a.m. at the
Branch of the Greater Miami
Federation.
i workers will meet with
at a breakfast 9:30 a.m. at
pal Palm hotel.
our campaign nears its
wish to take this opportu-
meet with the army of
Vets who served side by
|th our campaign leaders on
and in the other area
I' said Heiman.
tin sure they will wish to
\e our strengths and weak-
| for the coming campaigns,
fry will be pleased to hear of
pcord-breaking achievement
ling to campaign officials,
r-to-door drive netted over
exceeding last year's total
division of $26,778.
PAGE 11 A
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The first meeting of Temple Emanu-El's 1955 confirmation com-
mittee brought together (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Turk, chairmen; Mrs. Murry Grossman, chairman of the 1954
committee; Maurice Cohn. financial chairman; and Mrs. Irv-
mg Lehrman, in charge of confirmation preparations.
Students of THereth Israel
To Honor Mothers Sunday
Honoring mothers of the Ti-
fereth Israel Northside Center, the
children of the Sunday and He-
brew schools will present a special
Mother's Day program at the Cen-
ter Sunday morning.
Participants in the program will
be Marion Querido, Ileen Zeitzew,
Yvette and Deena Rubin, Sheridan
Golin, Bill Guterwill, Bruce Perl-
man, Donna Lakin, Susan Howard,
Mariann Alderman, Bruce Lamer,
Ileen Klein, Myrna Wexler, Don
Paul, Sheldon Metzer.
Charlene Wiener, M a u r een
Brown, Judith Harris, Eleanor
Querido, Susan Wool, Michael
Zuckerman, Peter Lenkway. Ron-
ald Halperin, Johanna Guterwill
and Steven Levy.
Mrs. Al Zeitzew will provide
piano accompaniment. Mrs. Abra-
ham Herson is in charge of the pro-
gram.
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it Wins Award
[Carol Ann Goldstein, young
and daughter of Mr. and
liiiuel A. Goldstein, 1920 SW
was selected as the most
ftding student of music in
High School at their an-
pring concert held at the
on Apr. 29. She was award-
^hool letter and a gold lyre
is a pupil of Mrs. Harold
peer in Program
:tr and Mrs. Philip Brummer
ear in a P.T.A. Auxiliary
at William Jennings Bry-
do1; North Miami, on Tues-
lihg, May 10.
Vice Mayor
Law Offices
li Beach vice mayor Har-
ISpaet, a long time practic-
orney here, moved into his
law office at 350 Lincoln
|f week, severing his affilia-
te the law firm of Nathan-
i;i and Spaet.
turner associate municipal
[of Miami Beach. Spaet is
rsident of the Miami Beach
ksociation and is a member
FAmerrcan and Dade County
|sociations.
ras elected to the Miami
city council in 1953 and was
[ vice mayor.
bduate of New York XJniver-
bllege of law, Spaet moved
\h Florida in the early thir-
1939, he formed the firm
lhanson and Spaet with Ir-
Tlathanson. Later, Kenneth
dw justice of peace for Dis-
joined the firm.
400 Women Volunteers Voice Support
Of Turk at Initial Campaign Push
Almost 400 volunteer women Christians and Jews for five years
supporters of Tarold Turk partici- and recalled the councilman's "un-
pated in an initial coffee at the | relenting fight against the Ku
Delano hotel Monday, honoring : Klux Klan in the state legislature
the former Miami Beach mayor at Tallahassee."
"Turk spearheaded legislation in
the state capital which eventually
resulted in unmasking the Klan in
Florida," declared Mahoney.
Mrs. Meyers revealed Turk's ef-
forts on behalf of securing addi-
tional school sites on Miami Beach
as she told of the former mayor's
interest in the public school sys-
tem.
Turk and his wife, the former
Stella Wahlstadter, are the parents
of three children, all of whom at-
tend public schools in Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz introduced
Kupperman, Margaret Newman Turkj who said ne had originated
who is seeking reelection to city
council.
The event was initiated
group of o u t-.
standing women!
leaders f r o m|
t h r oughout Mi-
ami Beach.
In charge o f I
a r r a n g ementsta
were the Mes-
dames Emanuel
Goldstrich, Rho-
da Levine, Alex
a n d e r Libow,
John C. Mahon-
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Schwartz, Anna Brenner Meyers,
Billie Wlen, Saul Schwartz. Ben.
Greene,' Ruth Scott, and- Emma
Most.
Toastmaster w a s. Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz, while speakers included
Mrs.- Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Libow,
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Lone male guest speaker was
John Mahoney, Miami Beach civic
leader, who cited Turk's "outstand-
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tal achievement since coming to
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Turk, a councilman since 1947,
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largest number of votes ever ac-
corded a councilman up to that
time. *
Rabbi Siegel to Speak
At B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Guest speaker at a luncheon
meeting of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge Tuesday noon. May
10, will be Rabbi Samuel Siegel,
who was administrative head of
Hebrew Theological College in Chi-
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Hhis subject will be "Jewish
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The luncheon meeting will be
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Michael Sossin is president of the
Lodge, and Gershon S. Miller is
chairman of luncheon.
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Other new officers include AJ
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Hospital Facilities to be Augmented
By New Four Million Dollar Program
-Bed Center on Collins Island
Hospital facilities in Miami Beach, already rated among the top
in the nation, will be augmented next year when a new, 300-bcd Mount
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami is constructed on ten-acre Collins
Island, immediately adjacent to the present hospital site.
Details of the structure were revealed for the first time late this
week at a Mount Sinai banquet, when a group of South Florida busine--;
[and civic leaders were told that the 4
| hospital's board of trustees has al-
ready pledged in excess of $1,000,-
,000 towards the estimated four
i million dollar cost of the proposed
! medical institution, which is to be
a joint project of Mount Sinai Hob-
IND SITE Ten acre Collins Island will be the site of the new. 300-bed general hospital
|to be constructed by Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. The present hospital build-
1 is at the extreme left.
pital and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
A huge scale model of the pro-
posed building, 10 feet high and
12 feet long, was unveiled at the
banquet by Max Orovitz, president ]
of the hospital.
The building will be six stories
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les after six years at the hospital's present site on Alton ra., and is an aspect of the Jewish and general community's growth
re. with its attendant growth in medical needs. Mount Sinai is hardly ten years old. The vision that brought it on the scene
s back in 1945. now fulfilled.Ms the same vision of this area's spirited and courageous leaders who recognize that Miami
ry may number 150,000 persons ten years hence and that a community must plan ahead in every aspect of its existence
Bpital facilities being prime among them.
in height with a huge, rectangular
first floor containing almost two
acres of space for the basic hos-
pital functions. Patient's rooms
will be in a five story modified
T shaped tower atop the first-floor
base.
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the
ho.spital building committee and of
the development fund committee
which will raise money for con-
struction, said that the building
was designed for maximum effi-
ciency and economy, incorporating
the latest in medical science.
Spearheading the $4,000,000 pro-
ject is the Mount Sinai Hospital
development fund, which Ruskin
heads. Steering committee in-
cludes Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Hank Meyer, publicity di-
rector for the City of Miami Beach;
and Orovitz. F^x-officio members
are Samuel Gcrtner, hospital ex-
ecutive director, and Dr. Benjamin
B. Rosenberg, executive director
of Federation.
Campaign committee Includes
Leonard Abess, Stanley Becker-
|man, Sam Blank. Jack Carner. Irv-
ing Cypen. Mrs. Louis Gla.-cr. Mi I,
H. J. Goldin. Dr. Milton S. Gold-
man, Sam Goldstein. Dr. Morris
Goodman, Sam Ilciman. Howard
Kane, Aaron Kanner, Sidney Lef-
court, S. C. Levenson, J. Gerald
Lewis, Marcie Libcrman, Joseph
Lipton.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Stanley My-
ers, Max Orovitz, David Phillips,
Albert Pollack. Herbert Scher, Ja-
cob Sher, William Singer, Judge
Harold Spaet, Joseph Stein, Dr.
Harold Rand, Sam Resnick, Joseph
Rose, Dan B. Ruskin, Harold Thur-
man, Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinkle,
D. S. Charles Werblow and Leon-
ard Wien.
IPE OF THINGS TO COME When completed, the new
taunt Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will be six stories in
eight, roughly triangular in form upon a rectangular base
rith ample parking space provided around a landscaped
Ball. Complete privacy will be assured the Individual patient,
rith an imposing view of Biscayne Bay and the Miami sky-
&e. Architects Smith & Korach have spent six years in re-
^ch on the project, which is scheduled to start next year.
SMITH, KORACH IN SIX-YEAR STUDY OF PRO POSED PROJECT
Beach Architects Reveal Hospital Will be Designed
To Have Imposing View of Biscayne Bay, Skyline
Miami Beach architects Donald G. Smith and Irwin Korach designed the new unique S4.000.000 Mount
Sinai Ho.spital structure after almost six years of stu 1y and work.
Because of its unusual design, almost 75 percent of the hospital's 196 rooms will have an imposing
view of Biscayne Bay and, or the Miami skyline. The island site and building design were utilized to
provide a peaceful, panoramic view that the hospital's medical advisory committee declared helpful to the
recovery and rehabilitation of patients.
The ground floor will contain1
all service facilities of the hospital.
A spacious lobby will have a quiet
lounge adjoining it. Administra-
tive offices, a gift shop and snack
bar will be adjacent to the impos-
ing entrance.
Operating rooms, radiology, pa-
thology, pharmacy, cystoscopic.
physical therapy and recovery
rooms will be in a separate section
of the main floor. The main kitch
ens. employees' cafeteria, locker
rooms, laundry, receiving and stor-
age facilities will occupy another
section of the ground floor.
Also on the ground floor will be
a large Out-Patient Department
with separate entrance and full
*
clinical facilities, a 300-seat audi-
torium for medical lectures and al-
lied hospital meetings, an emer-
gency and accident department,
special observation and detention
wards for emergency cases, a vol-
unteers lounge and locker room,
tion, pantry, nurses' lounge and
doctors' chart room.
The third, fourth and fifth floors
will each have 66 beds divided in-
to 14 private rooms, 22 semi-pri-
vate rooms and two four-bed
wards. Centrally located, and but
nurses' lounge and locker room, I seconds awav from each room will
employees' locker room, libraries
and staff lounge.
The second floor will be a self-
contained and complete maternity
department with 35 beds placed in
rooms to insure patient privacy
and comfort Facilities on this
floor will include labor rooms, de-
livery room and recovery rooms,
in addition to nurseries, "Dads'
Room," formula room, nurses' sta-
be the service and medical facili-
ties nurses' station, visitors'
waiting room, patients' day rooms,
chart room, head nurse's office, ex-
amining room*, pantries, baths and
showers.
The top, sixth floor will include
36 private rcoms, each with pri-
vate bath, plus all the medical fa-
cilities found on all the other
floors.


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Closed Television Circuit Possible
For Hew McHjnt Sinai Hospital Site
Plan to Consider future Exoansic
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Jeaepa l yw. lm ee narab
Merer- Stanley C Myers. Max Oro-
ntz. Dend Phillips, M*rbe Wolf-
* the e. Joseph gose Dob B Kxol
Herbert Seher. Jacob Sher W6-
trators. a modified T-shaped build- bam D Stager Harry Sarkm. Je-
isg was chasea became it mcor *pt a, sieaj. Aether S'Lngar
ids of the carl WeuUe. Leonard A. Yam.
-rth Look e. Woifsoa Sam A Geid-
> landa arrhcecTsre Daa .stem. Sam Besuek and Mrv Loots
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added.
TO
UNIQUE DESIGN PabenbV pcracy is assured even in the wards wh.-
BkSM mggf Man oeds each the BwW Wean' S^a; Kospi'cl of Greet*: M =r "as is
~-r. >s drcwciQ rrcve
daa bask- -_--:
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the store practical
lay cot of the proposed baudiag
paved .'.t.
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the aataaa.- be
is
of tbe buitd ag is pteas-
an met... stand
Tbe extenw while moau-
will be sbora o<
v,
tbe plans is
far exaaamoe by
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future base.- be released.
ixAtr eoc.*.4erauoe are tbe
(or the present hospital
constructed 30 years ago
tbe Nairn:-** boteL Suggested
ami apartments for resident in-
a cbroaae and convalescent
aaittmj k c.-i.
at erfl p. >--.- v.- % bafji
Confr/bufors fo Development
Fund Wilf be in Ho// of fane'
Contributors to the $4,000,000 Mount Sinai Development fund will
be rtaariftad as ^aiders" if they give from $li)00 to $10000 "Spoo
sers" will be those who pledge from $.10,000 to S25jD00 Patron*" will
he donors of from $35,000 to $90,000. and -Founders" will be persons
$50000
that contribution pledges are payable over a five year!
tbe dedication of memorial* and
forms of special partiopa
period, Dan B Buskin this week
sasd there is no greater bent ape
that one can provide for posterity
than by contribution to the medi-
cal hearth and welfare of your fel-
low atiaens By coatnbatiag. yon
strengthen tbe health of tbe com
thai
ties
Tbe kind of long-range planning;
that has exemplified Mount Sinai
Hospital expansion during tbe past
cited a* the goal to be
_ v achieved in rhe new hospital, ae-
y. tat* and aatioa and an- cording to Max Orovitz. president
swer tbe pleas of those less for- oi ,be hoP*ul"* *** of trustees.
I.___. who said:
taaate abo require the benefit.
'of hospital care "*! "*nil "
today is the realization of plan-
Memorial plaques in tbe new mnf o( Ju>. fe, wfco m& the
hospital will carry tbe names of need and who had the strength.
-rayyr contributors aad arrange- xh* **** *d the conviction to
have already been made for chan<* a Bec<1 "*o a reality
I-r ten *bort years, we have
Continued on P*9* 3 B
Miami Beach architects Donald G. Smi:-. znd
Karach are designers of the new S4.000.00C 300-bed bospbj
to be built for Mount S^iai- To be located or. -.ez-cae '
l*and. irnmedioKiy adjoining the present site of mh
on Ahon id, work on the new building is schedubih]
underway next year. Simth and Korach have spttt^"
sat years studying the hospital needs peculiar ;c .V:~
$4,000,000 Development Project Hailed
As Joint Effort by Hospital, Federal!
ir? that IK. r i'-ffsrStUS i^r^^r^.^1^..-?*^ j- ^^ -l
lusunruon is to be a joiat project of .aouw -
Stanley Myers. Federation president and a tru**
iai Hvi,i -riii i_ moaumeat to our experkamj
Ma'
rt.iT^Ti. r w *.waj.uw meat
h^L^.^f C"f ^ Mum' J**'n Federation. Stanley 1 mm
ffJ5S SrSlto Mi-aTjewS, Feo^rttlon^^ "* Ul*n,S "" resaurces "* w Jri* eomaamit, ..that the 0
a pro-am0'S*&1 iSSopaS gL^jgjggj^!!' greater Itiami ass 15.000 Tonayvse^
high calibre of tbe professional
AHCHITECTDRAL APPEAL Aroproximately 75 percent of
the patients' rooms in the new Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami will hare spectacular news of Baacayne Bay or the
Miami skyline. Dual hallways, indicated in black, will give
irisilafs access to the rooms of patients without *-~^^~r with
the working core" in the center of each Boor. The waridaq
bare their------ "-
not only to serve todays Jewish
easamunity of 70.000. but based on
a commeatty of 150.000 Jews with
in the next tea years
J ii with this in mind that we
US?** U?n Protram to build
.this new ho-pital. a hospital built--------------~
, for today, but planned for tomor lc*rtu>ea toT interneshipa,
row.
Dr Milton Goldman, president
of the staff of Mount Sinai for .he
past three years. m discussing the
builduig project, said:
I do not believe there is an
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scientific endeavor and ideals car-
ried on in this institution
The hospital has already re-
ceived recognition bv the Commit
tee of Hospital Accreditation and
1C sow i< ** I
BSSU modern buildiog *
the full benefit of medical i
at the hands of an outs_-
staff. wiU be available to *
of our coaununity. regi
race or creed "
Joint Federatior. Mm ^
alaaaiBS coninutte* iwinee*
chairman.
A. Wien.
j*ck earner,
i
lestabfisb^ lan.K"!!Lthe -- FW
I established by thu hospital for the inally
eal residencies, surgical residen-
cies. and there is an mtensive
training, teaching, program in all
""ehes of medicine
w iBirabaum. Jac* i"
Poimwh^I' V.Z? r***ed ^ I***- S**4*" Uieoun *
I other iasututma"'^^^ ,, ^ being carr^Tout"^ a
>rid that can exceU the record 'SleyesreU haildhag thsrSaTorii Myers.
[Or tkW inallv .
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DAY. MAY 6, 1955
+Jewish fhrkliaHi
PAGE 3 B
DEDICATED TO DEDICATORS A spacious "Founders Hall" will be included in the new
Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami and will include a plaque with has relief busts of
prominent contributors to the four million dollar building fund.
\PATIimS PRIVACY Will Bf ASSURED
Unique Features Will Include Double Set
Of Corridors, Ultra Modern Hotel Styling
Having the appearance of an ultra-modem hotel, rather than of
. medical institution, ali patients' rooms in the new Mount Sinai Hos-
pital will be outside rooms. Center of each floor will be the working
area, which will include the nurses' station, doctors' chart room, storage
space and room for the medical facilities of each floor.
"A unique feature of the hospital is that there will be a double
I set of corridors on each of the *-----------------------------------------------
floors above the first and a double ,Goldin j^is Goldman, Abel J.
set of elevators, one for patients Harris, Isdaore Hecht, Jr., Sam
^nd hospital personnel and the oth- Heiman, Milton Weiss, Max Hoff-
?r for visitors, Samuel Gertner, man Samuel Lipton, Hank Meyer,
iMount Sinai executive director re-1 Mrs Fannie Se|ig Judge HaroId
vealed this week Spaet, Irving Cypen and Harold
With the working core extend- xhurman.
ing through all six floors, maxi-
Dr. Widrich Named
Hospital Director
Of Radiology Staff
Max Orovitz, president of Mount
Sinai Hospital, announced this
week the appointnuiit ol In- J
ootf Widvitk a"s drh*tnr of the Im-
pairment of Radiology of ihe hos-
pital. Dr. Widrich will assume his
duties on June 1.
Dr. Widrich is a native of Ohio
and graduated from the College of
Medicine at Ohio State University
cum laude in 1934.
He enlisted in the army in 1942
and served in the Pacific area cam-
paigns. He was promoted and was
discharged from the army in 1945
as a captain. He returned to the
Department of Radiology at the
Cleveland City Hospital in Cleve-
land. Shortly thereafter, he was ap-
pointed as Assistant Professor of
Radiology at Ohio State University
and was promoted to Associate
Professorship in 1951. In 1954, he
became acting director in the De
partment of Radiology at Ohio
State University Hospital.
Dr. Widrich is certified in radi-
ological diagnosis and therapy by
the American Board of Radiology.
He has done extensive and original
work both in the hospital and as a
teacher at the university. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and Al-
pha Omega Alpha Honorary Medi-
cal Fraternities.
Mrs. Widrich and their two chil-
dren. Warren, 17, and Linda, 15,
will accompany the doctor to Mi-
hen he assumes his duties.
Imum space economy was achieved.
[All basic services are performed
| Iwarded by dumb waiter elevators.
(Architects for the new building j
Jwere Smith & Korach of Miami
[Beach, working with Dr. Herman !
A Smith, nationally known hos-,
[pital consuIU-nt.
Ultra-modern facilities planned
| lor the new hospital include:
Air conditioning and sound-
proofing throughout.
Reduction of crowding in ward
areas, so that four beds will be
the maximum in any one room.
An out-patient clinic designed
to handle approximately 25,000
visits a year.
Piped-in oxygen in all rooms.
Hadio and television outlets in
each room.
Direct wire telephonic record-
ing devices located in all nurs-
n tations, in the operating and
delivery suites afrrr in the out-
patient examining rooms, so that
iloctors can dictate post-opera-
tive, pre-operative and physical
records to a central secretarial
pool, where they will be tran-
scribed and filed for future use.
A central sterilization area, in
order to asiure closer control of
sterilization techniques, and at
the same time, give the floor
nurses more time to devote to
their patients.
Two-way call systems whereby
each pafient will have a bedside
microphone to transmit requests
and take advice from central
nurses' stations.
Ample parking facilities
around a landscaped mall.
New Project Hailed
As Joint Hospital,
Federation Effort
i
Continued from Page 2 B
Kurt Peiser, Sam Resnick. Harold
Thurman and Carl Weinkle.
Ex Officio members are Samuel
Gertner, Samuel Farber. Dr. Ben-
jamin B. Rosenberg and Michael
Get linger. ,
Mount Sinai Hospital medical ad-
visory board includes Drs. Milton '
S. Goldman, President. Alfred G.
Levin, vice president, Louis G.
Lytton, secretary-treasurer, Stan-
ley H. Axe'.rod, Richard M. Flem-
ing, Milton S. Goldman. Sol B.
Goldman, Ralph E. Kirsch, J. Har-
old Klock, Harry Kraff, Alexander
Kushner, Maurice Lev, Alfred G.
Levin, Louis G. Lytton, Meyer B.
Marks, David A. Nathan and Mr.
Samuel Gertner, ex-officio.
Dr. Jacob Widrich
Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Greater Micmi Jewish
Federation, this week hailed
the new Mount Sinai Hos-
pital development propect as
a joint and cooperative ef-
fort between officials of the
hospital and Federation,
community planning agency
of which Mount Sinai is an
affiliate.
Hospital Seminar
Due Here May 19
Nine national doctors will take
part in Mount Sinai Hospital's fifth
annual postgraduate medical sem-
inar May 19 to 22, Samuel Gertner,
executive director of the hospital,
said this week.
Dr. Lean H. Manheimer, of the
Mount Sinai staff, is chairman of
the hospital committee which will
conduct the seminar at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
The committee announced an
advanced registration of 286 phy-
sicians from the Southeast United
States and Central and South
American countries. An additional
250 physicians are expected to reg-
ister for the four-day course in
"Recent Advances in Diagnosis and
Therapy."
The nine physicians and surg-
eons will take part in three sym-
posia, each followed by a question-
answer period. Subjects will be
"Diseases of the Pericardium,"
"Vascular Lesions of the Brain"
and "Inflammatory Diseases of
the Gastrointestinal Tract."
Members of the Mount Sinai exe-
cutive committee for the seminar
are Drs. Manheimer, William Born-
stein, David Brezin. Chester Cassel,
Max Dobrin. Jack Falk, Max Gratz,
Jesse Halpern, Daniel Hammond,
Sherman Kaplan, Ralph Kirsch,
Louis Lemberg, Rose London, Sey-
mour London and Harold Rand
Contributors to Development
Fond Will be in Special
'Contributors' Hall' Here
Continued from Pago 2 B
>
grown from no hospital to a 258-
bed institution, but we know from
experience that we must have the
courage to build again.
"This time, we are building to-
ward a dream, a medical center
that will be worthy of the commu-
nity and serve all, regardless of
race or creed.
"The plans are practically com-
pleted, but the job is just begin-
Uy community leaders assisting | Jg J* ^ne'X "four K
in discussion of facilities are ad-,|ion dollars before we can bring
isory committee members Meyer jour long-range planning for a Med-
Baskin, Jack Carner, Mrs. M. J. ical Center to reality."
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MAXIMUM PRIVACY Two-patient rooms are designed to assure maximum privacy and
give the appearance of a hotel room rather than a hospital atmosphere.



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[y, MAY 6, 1955
-Jewis*fhrHitr
[sman in Miami
lap Veterans'
Convention
Din- S. Weisman. national
director of the Jewish
frk i Miivcdin (hr fi
uW Hits vvioeik \ui cuf>**UU-
1,1, | teal leaders in prepara-
r iIip Jewish War Veterans'
IiiukiI convention to be held
jnii Beach Oct. 24 to 30.
Iman will confer with hotel
Biisportation representatives
JNF Plans Mother's
Day Program Sunday
Daniel M. Broad, president of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, announces a spe-
cial Mothers Day program Sunday
noon. 12 p.m. over WMBM.
Rabbi Irving l.ehrnian. spiritual!
|(ier of Temple Kmanu-Kl, will
!e an eye wit miss report of JNF
t Jomplishments in Israel. Mrs.
(Samuel Z. Sakrais, president of Ha-
dauah of Greater Miami. Mrs.
Beulah Davis, newly elected JNF
I chairman of Hadassah, and Mrs.
Tillie Sandier, past president of
; Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en, will also participate.
1 The prqgram is arranged by Sam
Progterman, radio chairman of the
Council.
tion, cultural advantages, econom-
ics, labor, industry, employment
and local government."
As part of the package deal, a
JWV delegate and his family may
fly, drive, or board a train for
Miami, stay a week at one of 22
Miami Beach hotels, and take side
trips to Nassau or Havana without
paying a dollar in advance.
A national travel agency, repre-
senting Jewish War Veterans and
working through local banks, will
finance the visit. Payment can be
|i.madc during the next 12 months.
PAGE 5 B
Seymour S. Weismon
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Package Vacation Plan"
usher in a new era for
i Miami convention busi-
legates and their families un-
plan will not only see Mi-
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+Je*lsh nor/Mar?
ircie Liberman Announces Candidacy
>r New Term on Beach City Council
liami Beach Councilman Mar-
Hibernian announced this week
[would seek reelection to the
in the forthcoming election,
former Miami Beach mayor
long time public servant, Li-
man began his political career
pecember, 1943, when he was
ii.Tited councilman to fill the
spired term of Mitchell Wolf-
who was called to active mili-
duty.
liberman linished his first term
[councilman in 1947, then en-
fcd the next race on his own be-
and says he collected more
fc.s than any candidate ever had
hered previously. His majority
tailed him as the city's mayor,
the last election, Liberman
{in ran in the top three, thereby
ung another four-year term on
city council. During his 11'n
career as a member of the
Imi Beach government, Liber-
>ays he has set what is prob-
a world's record for faithful
bndance.
Llthough he has lost actual
ground to herald commencement
of the city's magnificent new au-
ditorium," his supporters say.
When the veterans of Foreign
Wars planned a new building on
West ave., Liberman wrote a $35,-
000 check for the building fund
and was instrumental in inducing
a friend to donate $25,000 for the
land.
More recently, he gave Mt. Sinai
and St. Francis Hospitals each $5,-
000 so that needy children and
pregnant mothers could be innocu-
lated free with the new Salk polio
vaccine.
Aulhoritive sources report he
has contributed approximately
$100,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Liberman declines to disclose a
list of those he has aided but it is
known he has given substantial
amounts to the University of Mi-
ami, National Children's Cardiac
Hospital, Community Chest, Barry
College, Mahi Shrine, All Souls
Episcopal Church, St. Francis
Fund, Knights of Columbus, Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce, Miami
Beach Employers Association and
miscellaneous other organizations.
Liberman is on the board of
governors, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; trustee of Guardians
of Israel; life trustee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital; life member of Zionists;
life member of Jewish Home for
Aged and Variety Club; treasurer
of the congregation of Beth Jacob;
and a member of B'nai B'rith,
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
B.P.O.E. Lodge 1601, Temple
Emanu-EI, Beth Sholom and Miami
Beach Hebrew Academy.
Late in 1954, Hibernian sold his
interest in Miami Beach's Mercan-
tile National Bank and is now in
the investment business at 420 Lin-
coln rd.
PAGE 7B
Association Names Wolff;
Officers Installed Here
Henry E. Wolff has been named
president of the Mortgage Bankers
Association of Greater Miami. He
succeeds R. B. Roberts HI.
Vice president is J. S. Billings,
Jr., and secretary-treasurer is
Charles Contopoulo. They were in-
stalled at a luncheon meeting last
week in the Seven Seas restaurant.
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Annual dinner of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce
last week brouqht together (left to right) Samuel J. Hal-
perin, William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and Freeland Cresap.
Halperin is first vice president, and Cresap is president of the
Chamber. Hearst, editor-in-chief of the Hearst Newspapers,
was the principal speaker, calling "Red China a more immedi-
ate threat to world peace than the Soviet Union." The meeting
was held at the Shelborne hotel.
HANK of MIAMI BEACH
W ashing ton Avtnuc
March Liktrmmti
nt of the number of regular and
nal city council sessions he has
|ni!edand they total more
2,000Liberman says he nev-
h.i-- failed to answer roll call.
e[severance is not his only vir-
the candidate's supporters
His constant attention to
-.line- in municipal operations
his dedication to better gov-
ment have earned him the title
[Watchdog of the City Treas-
liberman assisted in bringing
Air Force training program to
knii Beach during World War H,
JjHishing metered and off-street
|king areas, increasing park and
.. numd facilities and steering
city toward prompt tax collec-
) and balanced budgets.
JOr.e of the high points of the
s chief executive's career came
n he thrust a spade into the
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David M. Gordon, certified pub-
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Olympia bldg., was elected treas-
urer of the Dade County Chapter
of the Florida Institute of Certi-
fied Public Accountants at an
election meeting held Apr. 25. For
the past year, Gordon was chair-
man of the membership commit-
tee. -*.
To Mark Mother's Day
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion will hold a Mother's Day cele-
bration on Sunday evening, May 8.
Cantor Fishel Lutman will offer a
musical program, accompanied by
Mrs. Lutman. Also on the program
will be the Lucky Brothers, who
will be heard in violin solos. Mrs.
I. Feudell will be chairman.
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PAGE IB
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fort Unr 3 intern-
al Belleme Hospital in New
he wrwd on
lee on
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aawsr o* "1 rrder*Tandm2 ami
. I L/ical organiza-
a lectur<
d the ear- d) aaei try
jr a ow ed filets of saefcone* or -aofced
I of eoane siirtaei to a -. cop each of soar
with eawty creaa and Preach Dressag- eoa-
s tike aeraal or hoar atdr. ad serve
for as a toppac for avocado salads.
a la mixed greet* and or chopped
letter* aad eggs. Yooli be glad you tried it on
to be the family awl or fnends.
heavily from the aiaaag spoon
Heat the oil or other shortening a
a Heavy fry ing pan pa drop the
better in by the taWeJpoonfuI to
fortn round or oral pancakes about
24 incite* in diameter. The short-
ening should be deep enough to be
even with the pancakes in order
to produce ensp and hgh Latkes.
save to turn when brown on
toVr side, not before Brown well
fja rrisp. debci'>u- pancake- Lift
A and draa on paper UMM
be kept hot in a moderate oven.
Server 5 or 6.
FRIDAY Mivf
Sfwina Dasce Sunday
Hillel Alumni A.-ociation .
Greater Miami w,llIhoH?^ *
dance Sunday evening Mav *
the Sea Gull hotel J!
enhanced with shced hard cooked Remember the old-fashioned pot
eggs, mixed wath Preach or may- roast of Granny < das'* It was call
onaaise ihniag cottage cheese ed Gedaeafte Pletsh and t.
balls dipped a marrl parsley or- Tahm Gaa Eden even when left-
's mat tea-res. chopped aaU over and sliced cold the next day.
and or raiiaj and other eoahha- H*re i a recipe youll find MS* to
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For the basic proteins to
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luncheon ox even dinner For a
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3 tblsp sour cream
A dash of red pepper optional
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Distrtbuicrship Here and Jax
Ben P Danbaum. head of one of
the Souths largest wholesale
liquor distributorship*. Ben Dan-
bsium. Inc. revealed that he has
Jacksonville effective thi- week
Danbaum said he would devote
full time in the future to the new
Bank of Miami Beach, of which he
i- vice pre-.dent and founder
Danbaum. who was born in
Omaha. 1- a former chief police in'
spector of the Nebraska metropolis
and headed his own armored car
service there before moving here
in 1944
Although he is selling out his
entire interest in the wholesale
liquor busir.e?- Danbaum will re-
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*IDAY. MAY 6. 1955
"JewisMcrMton
an Peerce in Concert With U of M
Orchestra Sunday and Monday Eve
PAGE 9 B
Metropolitan Opera star Jan
prCe will be tenor soloist with
hc University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra in the last program of
he winter series on Sunday and
londay evenings. May 8 and 9, at
he Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums. .
Dean John Bitter will be on the
odium to lead the orchestra in
jance Overture," by Paul Cres-
Muzart's "Eine Kleine Nacht-
Susik;" and the tone poem, "Pines
Home." by Respighi.
Mr. Peerce will be heard in.the
ria, "Only Be Still." Cantata No.
by Bach; "II mio Tesoro," from
Ion Giovanni, by Mozart; two Ver-
numbers, "Questo o Quella,"
font Rigoletto, and "Ingemisco,"
om the Maruoni Requiem Mass;
most sociable of companions.
"The popular conception of an
opera singer." hc continued, "is
passe. It may have been that way
in the old days but no more. The
same distorted idea applies to the
women. But look over the roster of
singers at the Met today and how
many are there like that? You cer-
tainly cant say that about Patrice
Munsel. Lily Pons, Roberta Peters,
Blanche ThebomI could go on
much longer. Ancfthose who heard
the old ones sing say the new, thin
girls do very nicely, thank you."
Peerce, who has sung opposite
the top prima donnas, says he can-
not understand why so many of
them are accused of wild tempera-
ment.
"I guess in the old days," he
said, "It was considered all right
for the star to throw fits. But to-
day, there's no time and it's too ex-
pensive to tolerate that sort of
thing."
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SPECIAL WEEKLY FEATURE
COUNCILMAN
Harold Turk
COMMENTATOR
Jan Peerce
^(1 "Lamento de Federico," from
Arlesiana, by Cilea.
I Mr. Peerce, who returns for a
Incert here the second time this
|ar, says: "People have such
leer ideas about opera singers,
ley still think of the opera sing-
as a guy in a fur-trimmed coat.
|fedora, with brim pulled down
cr one eye, pearl handled cane,
(ivcs in hand, diamond stickpin
the tie, spats, white* piping
(ing the vest, a large diamond
on his finger and an after-
on coat with striped trousers,
k Mipposed to be a guy who eats
le Diamond Jim did and never
Ivels alone."
Peerce himself is a striking con
^ to the picture he visualized,
ense but breezy, he somehow
ggests a friendly businessman,
|hcr than a star of the world's
latest opera house. His animat-
conversation makes him the
Program for
Retired Persons
Boulevard hotel at Meridian avc.
and Dade blvd., Miami Beach, re-
cently announced a new plan for
retired persons. The program will
include room, board, swimming
pool, promenade deck, garden area
and many other facilities.
Director of the program is
Charles S. Lavin, a former insur-
ance broker of Pennsylvania, who
plans to open two similar enter-
prises here. Lavin bought the
Boulevard in August and began an
extensive conversion of the 250-
room hotel.
Lavin indicated that his pro-
gram will offer "a permanent
home to people who have limited
means, including those who wish
to retire." He said that his aver-
age monthly rate will be $65. and
tops is $86.50. Priority goes to
elderly and retired persons. "Su-
per-priority," Lavin explained, "is
granted those living on social se-
curity pensions."
The director first conceived his
idea of providing luxury accom-
modations for elderly people at
nominal cost in the early "40's
"when I saw first-hand the condi-
tions in which many of that group
have to live." He took over two
estates near Media, Pa., and open-
ed the doors to senior citizens liv-
ing in marginal circumstances.
Some time ago, on a visit here,
Lavin said he decided "this was
the place where my idea could
come to its finest flower."
Berenson Elected President
Of Cardiac Hospital Here
Richard I. Berenson. has been
named president of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital. 4250
West Flagler st. Louis Pokress nil
named executive vice president.
Other new officers are R. Wil-
liam Apte. Milton D. Dreyfus, Ir-
ving Feldmah. Mrs. Oscar Frankel
and Leo Robinson, vice presidents;
Maurice C. Cohn. treasurer; Dave
Emmer, assistant treasurer; and
Sol Goldstrom. secretary.
Jewelers Name Rubin
To Head Association
Edward S. Rubin is the new
president of the Greater Miami Re-
tail Jewelers Association.
A resident of Miami for 31
years, he currently is treasurer of
the Florida State Retail Jewelers
Association and a director of the
Retail Merchants Division. Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
Other officers who will serve
with Rubin during his one-year
term are Gordon E. Smith and Wil-
liam Boatner. vice presidents, Sol
Schulson, secretary, and Irving
Getzug, treasurer.
The association is composed of
40 retail jewelers in Greater Mi-
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Baseball Game Eddie flshei I Big Payoff
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Take a Trip Hob Crosby
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3:001 Jackie's House
S:15i
3:30' Valiant Lady
3:45| Secret Siorm
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Baseball Game I Disneyland
I)..liar a Second
~\ Br'ch W. Juiy
I On Y. Account
Secret fitorm
4:00, Alec Gibson
4:15
4:30l
4:454
2 O'clock High Life W. Father
I You Are There
Jackie's House
Alec Gibson
5:001 Glean & Mickey
5:151 Superman
8:301
5:451 Shoppers Guide

I Willy i The Lucy Show Jlenn & Mlck-v
' I Cioco Kid
! ('apt Gallant Constitution |
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EVENING
6:00 Jim I.....I.> Club
6:10' Weatherman
6:161 Jack of All Sports
6:30 Doug. Bdwardi
6:45' Reniek Reporting;___
Lone Ranger
Jack of Sports
News
Studio 57
Political
7:00
7:15
7:30
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Mama
Blf. Playback
lin 1 islilng
8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45!
9:00
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Pl;i\ house of Slal
i mi- Miss Brooks
Jackie Gleason
I Jack or sp. -9
Private Bet I Doug. I-alwarda
Renl.k Reports I Renlrk Reports
Toast of Town
Jack Benny
I
Burns & Allen
Talent Scouts
Two .for Money I Ronald Reagan I I Dove Lucy
Fav. Husband I TV Theatre Favorite Story
The Line i'p
p, reon to i 'eraon
Profes. Father
Capt. Braddock
Adventure
What's M. Line
Studio One
10:00
10:15
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Night Story
Lone Wolf
Kddle Cantor
I t#d 3 Lives
I Sunday News I Perry Come
Req. Perform. Hollywood
lie s. 11 eh Captured
11:00
11:15
10:30
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Topper
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CltJ Detective
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PAGE10B
M \MTEB \ATIO\S YIGXETTE
A Dutchman'* Braverv
And Fruit of Humanity
By SAUL CARSON
Letzjier. Hot**, of
AT THE MOVIES
Israel Asks Miss Bern,an
To Act in Shaw's St. Joan
By LEON CUTTERMAN
rik Van Loot
NatMK oss the
overlooking the great
the General
head sadly.
by the Nans fa the spurt of
31 iead. I do
ill prevail her*
Mr. Hord.jk. a :alJ.
of 50a ample, quiet
earned the right to juxtapose Jew-
ish martjTOfR against Christian
faith aad pnantne Christian de-
sire for world peace During
World War D he had fried aot
only hu own life, but the lives of
js b-rth. ,o g** Tr,,,v*
Dd to play with *!**' Th* P*tore ,
the local theatre group in Engluh. JZ~rnA17,,*c,e'1 a" pro*,
while the rest of the east do their jj AU*n has ^
roles in Hebrew The play to be lf^ ***** *wbZ
Israel ha* invited
} man. who is of Je
come to the Holy Land to play with
>. m :
the
I am a ChnsOan 1
saw that the 32 Jews bvmg m our
taw* had rhisaaenul hi fart, on-
ly oae of them turned out later to -----
be alive But 31 of our 32 Jews
all my heart what the Nans were
play
done is George Bernard Shaw -
Saint Joan Israel theatrical pro-
ducers are awaiting Ingrid's ac-
ceptance, feeling that she'll be fav-
orably disposed towards appearing
in Tel Aviv theatrical
n -loErs'-i
film. -The Animal Won"
* *
Danny Kaye and hi. .
Fine, have establi
-'"':
r
Warner Bros, will go back
millions of years to produce Hen-
-product -** *
he name of Den m,. \
their daugh-er :.-., ^
newly formed o,mpu,77
release -" -'
his wife and children in the pro- ,wt to
cess of proving that to him. Chns- These were people I
tiamty meant genuine brother- of tfcem. j had *, & ,- We.
hood and my wife knew them, aad my
Mr Hordjk. has wife. Elizabeth, children played with
and their five children stopped at dren. The Germans
the United Nations for a hurried them away I had to do
on their way to California. So I told the people of the Dutch
There, a Jewish drug nanufactur- underground that I wanted to
er. Alien H Rabin, was prepared prove that a Cbmtian raanni just
to provide some material reward stand by when his neighbors are
for the bra.ery of this Dutch cou-
ple During the war. when the
Nazis overran the Netherlands and
deported all the Jews they could
find, the Hordijks had saved the
lives of 0*1 Jewish people, people
who had been strangers to them.
because, as Mr Hordijk told the the children were asleep. Mr. Hor-
JTA correspondent here. ~we were h" Wlf ***" Chmtian maid
simplv doing our Christian duty."
IE WORLD OF SPORTS
Rosen Lives Up to Early
Threat as Pitching Foe
all of the muslfal.
from Danny, iates,
Paramount picture The
Jester.- All the picture tan]
being written by Sylvia FiaTI
Sammy Cahn.
received I
song
Icar for the best
Coins in the Fountain" i^ft]
Styne) this year
being treated that way And the
underground suggested that there
was something concrete I could do
by hiding ether Jew* who had.
thufar. esciped the fury of the
Nazis."
Working mostly at night, when
and two or three members of the
Dutch underground built a special
The story of the Hordijks cour between the ceiling of then-
age in saving the lives of five bouse and the roof.
Kirk Douglas returned ,
home town last week for ad
how he became a hero in the -war! given in his honor. The
against the Axis. There's plenty community of Albany. Vwl
of material for an action-packed 'turned out for the affair |_
picture about Barney Ron. ing Kirk's 73-year-old mother]
* sisters, former teachen'
In the book department, we hear friends.
that a book has come out on the j Kirk, introduced by hy
life of Al Schacht known as the I0**- Isadore Demsky. r"|
clown prince of baseball. Al is guest speaker, ar.d sketchd I
another guy with a colorful life ear,y *>'s of poverty and i
behind him that provides good gradual climb t. -access "wsjl
story material.
IN THE PATH OF THE WINDS.
(The Case of the New Patriot)
A novel by Victor Rine. New
York: Paytant Press. 244 an.
USO. 1955.
By HILARY MINDLIN
INITIAL PRONUNCIAMENTO:
In the Pa'h of the Wir.
by lanmjajr. -'yle. format
and content, far off the beaten
track. Thi- may make it a little
stormy for -onv but perhaps it
*'" :' audience thereby
To begin w.th it is not a novel:
like the telept .. the
course
By BILL WOLF
Al Ro-en has started off the
baseball season Irving up to his
advance billing as one of the mam
threats of the Cleveland team. He
has been among the top group
smashing in the Cleveland runs.
With the season barely underway.
Rosen had already joined with Kin-
er. Doby and Wertz in putting
across 19 tallies

Every once in a while the name
Max Sehmeling enters the news.
The occasion is generally of inter-
est to Jewish sports fans, in view
of Sehmeling s known Nazi sym-
pathies.
Readers of this column will re-
call that Sehmeling was over here
allset for a tour as a referee. How-1
ever, the tour was nipped in its I
early stages because of protests. I
Many of the sports writers, who \
usually hke to keep their noses >
out of '00111105.'' were indignant
over bringing the former Nazi par-
j atrooper to this country
So Sehmeling went back home
But now comes another item about
the man who Hitler once hoped
would defeat Joe Louis and prove
the supremacy of the "master |--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
race "
-tJl^LlK^ Anti-Semite Tutor in Bias
(loyal support of family ufj
, wise guidance of teachers"
| brought tears to the eyes of i
en, and cheers from the I__
of diners who came to how]
.motion picture -tar.
. .
Some time ago producer!
uel Goldwyn toured the studui
ing the shooting of a Russia]
ture. The theme related to the j
, Curtain. Seeing Goldwyn
one of the stages the director^
!ed out. "Mr. Goldwyn. meet I
tri Osusky. He's our technialj
viser. He's from the Urals."
GoflJwyn shook hands.
he commented. "I could usei
urologist "
education and athletic program of
the new Wen German army No
we will be good For after be-
The mean- mu-t be
a- good as The end. this book
Kten '- eood but the plot | .h(. Jem
rather -ince then who on
a man could not do more
Mr. Rine feels that the
of events 'ard what ha happened
since only -trengihens his argu-
ment i- di-asjrou- Violent-
war in the land, high p
political chess" of the totl wr.ch
Britain played in her betrava of,
the Jew* and Arabs thi, i not*onder tnerc has befn much
the way "Not here not in Nrael ******* f the revived German
not the Jew-.' crie- Mr Rine It armv mcn !ike Sehmeling re-
good to follow in the bloodv c*1*'"1* P Jobs.
footsteps of the rest of the world.
nor is it all right to say After- There il soon be a Hollywood
after we have fought and won. then mov,e on the life of Bame;.
who was once one of the top fight-
ers in the country The movie has
been in the works for some time
PERSO\ALiTMES f.V PA\ORAM.[
Is Jewish Ben Freedmaii
.!-?'Tr".t<' Z? .i'a'l*!** 'ing a living, they bo'hirei
One of West Hooker's valued j careers out of expiring
friends, who i- also his tutor inlish question Thei -hire
weak Or le*
about the only thing upon which
all agree is that the novel be fic-
that Ink ij not fiction It is
-fiction" rer.h'.y in a wafer-thin
disco
The main protagoni-ts are an
international newspaper corre-
spondent Mm author*, an braeli.
and a Christian archeoloei-t The
scene. Palestine before -tatehood
The \illain-. imp-riali*m. repre-
sented by England ard America.
and partisan nationalism, repre-
sented by nearly everybody, ex
cept for the three mentioned
above Th^se three, in their dis-
will not do it fir-t.
earth ever will?
now.
Of course, fight fans will re-
call the career of Barney Ros- and
' Jewish problems." is the incredi-
ble Benjamin H. Freedman. a weal-
thy, apostate Jew who has poured
his money into pro-Arab propa-
ganda and anti Semitic publica-
common a'tribun- each a I
tremely vain: one profoffl;|
norance of tutor) it exce
ly by the other's Both
a ludicrous concern abo
THEREFORE THERE li lux anj
solution: there must be a boun-
daryless union between the sons
of Abraham by Sarah iJewsi and
the sons of Abraham by Hagar
'Arabs Together, a federation of
brother-, must build their beloved
Last This a, Mr Rine explicitly
points out jn his own forty four
page "review" of h.> book. i> the
meaning of "In the Path of the
Winds."
It's a little unfair for an author
to write his own review" into his
HWHJXp POMJTHAL Bandung Conference
Recalls Nazi-Soviet Pact
By RINNA GROSSMAN
cussion so'-ioquies. and letters to book' foreseeing all the critic's ob
each other ps.nt a viewpoint iect'tms and answering them be-
which is Mr Rine's. also. forehand. Mr Rine sort of has his
cake and eats heartily of it too.
LIKE THE Holy Land itself, *"} he neglects to tell you that he
mother to three religions, holding wrtes_not with a reporter's dry
for today's visitor the cave of
Machpelah. where Abraham and
Sarah. Isaac and Rebecca lie bur-
ied, and. halfway between Bethle-
hem and Jerusalem, "a little stone
journalese, but with a lilt which
is more poetic than conversational,
and with a fancy for metaphor
which has enlivened no conversa-
tion I have ever heardthe whole
domed sepulchral house of Turkish verlaid by a charmingly archaic,
build" which is said to be Rachel's Pepy*^ary kind of prose rhythm
tomblike this strange, immutable i He does tell you. however, that
land. Mr. Rine has a way of col- this that he has written is the
lapsing time past and time pres- truth, and time it be told. Is the
enL That this juxtaposition, this Jewish heart now a wilderness. I
stirring up of the old and the new, wonder, in which a voice crying
is father to his feelings about time brotherhood and peace shall go un-
future is certainly no indictment; heard?
From the great gathering of
representatives of 28 nations.
meeting together at Bandung
la.st week, came an almosl unani-
mous cry of enmity towards the
one state in all of Asia (except
the apartheid ridden South Af-
rica) Israel.
Whatever this conference hop
ed to achieve, whatever the pur
pose that brought one thousand
leaders of Asian and African
countries to thi* Indonesian city
a harsh and irrelevent resolu-
tion of hostility to the Jewish
State was the first item offered
to a waiting world.
What retlly happened? Red
China's Chou En-lai and Iraq's
Jew-baiting Fadhil Jamali, and
behind tbem the sinister figure
of the Mufti of Jerusalem
DOM Freedman and Hooker make personal safety a fantasy i
a likely team. sometimes han.iic.ips
Untroubled by problems of earn suasivene> v.hen they're i
important supp-r' Ex*'
matic and bombastic, and i
is a convincing p!3tform
I But they've spent enjoyabk
nings together in Kreedmani"
hattan apartment ma**
pupil charting lh< intrit
an international Jewhat
acy.
Hooker tried organhng
e i-aers Perhaps ^^ha'ving^
no one is surprised that the Ar- ,ownship denied him a ptffl
St-* ,Phrepared t0 tbero- hold a meeting of his gnwP'.f
tntTlTS 8n> ne Wh W,U "d volunteer Qrebouse This
them m their war against Israel I hot words ,,,,*,
What else besides support and
votes they have promised away
to Chou En lai we shall not know
for a long time, but communist
help is not given easily or gratis.
That Chou En lai was ready to
Hook* l
deputy fire chief. HooktfJ
a punch and got himself H
His dedication to the en*8
logues West Hooker as a nf.J
not very original member ^
buy the fleeting allegiance of the1 anti-Jewish coterie that
Arab leaders may corneas more '. wi|hin ,hesc ^rder, -
those who "
of a shock, save
remember the days of the Soviet-
to
cept that Hooker keeps
Hi
teur status
heart edly
He believes
n his propagwl*
invests his own money
in it
Nazi pact and recall its results.
For Fadhil Jamali has not
changed. Once he served the
Nazis as an active and enthuslas-! situation that bewilders the
tic collaborator He is sUll a professionals in the racket.
dedicated servant. So is the Muf- his youth, money and socul
ti. who now guides the Arabs in Ition. West Hooker personifi
B*ndsing. Isemitism in British tweeds


5
FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1955
Association Names Segal
At Election Meeting
j. Jay Segal, owner of Tropical
Holibyland. was unanimously elect-
ed president of the Twenty-Seventh.
! Avenue Business Men's Association
at a recent meeting of the board
nf directors of the organization.
In addition, other officers in-
| elude Chris Nolan, first vice presi-
, dent; Bowen Nelson, second vice
president; Frank Belbicke, third
vice president; Herbert Simon, Jr.,
treasurer; Margaret Talley, record-
Iine secretary.
Carling A. Stedman, parliamen-
tarian; and Glen R. Allen, Jack
Brant, William Chapman, George
Cibbons, Harry "Gurkey, Chas. G.
| Nicmetta, Cy Pfeiffer, E. St. Clair
'i^ott, Marvin Sokolow and Lan-
iii O. Webb, directors.
+Jewish flcrid/an
PAGE 11 B
United Nations Association
Announces Beach Branch
A Miami Beach branch of the
I'nited Nations Association of
Greater Miami was formed last
ucek at a meeting in the home of
Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, 1815 Bay
Drive. Laurence Deets, president
i of the Greater Miami Association,
-.iid similar groups will be formed
in other Dade communities soon.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, underpinned, desiring i.. engage in
>urlneaa under in.' ftotltlous mum of
.hi.ESS LAUNDRY "Wee Wash
II of Yon Wash It. at Ml E. Ninth
Street, llial.ah. I lorida, iritt-ndn to
said name with the I'lerk of
Circuit Conn of Dado County.
Hoi Ida.
11 A A I'. INC. a Florida ii.1 porntIon
FREDERICK N. BARAD, i:so
;Attorney (or h.a.a.p.. inc.
-12-JO-2?
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, destrtng '" ensnare In
lustneaa under tin- flc'tltlou* name of
ABAI) SPARKLING SELTZER CO
iNot Inc.), at 102 N \V nth St.. in-
tend to register swld name with the
clerk uf the Circuit court ..f Dade
[ Count v. Florida.
SAMUEL ai.tman :,<:
BEN TRJJPK1N air;
LMYKItS. II KIM AN A KAPLAN
y* for Applicants
bold ltldg.
-lu-21-tt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|th. undersigned, deidrinR to ens
I ru s.s under the fictitious name of
AIM'ilt MAIiKKT, at 2221 S.W. I7th
I Am- Intend to register naM name
[mi.li tin- Cli rk of the Circuit Court
[>ade County. Florida.
I'FIII.II' & ROBE CANTOB
12 :o-27______________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
, underajaned, desiring to hkhkc in
undei ihe fictitious name of
IMI'O KALES, at 2117 N. Miami
I Avenue, Intends to register said name
'th the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
!. County, Florida.
MYRON I.K llt'YEIt, Sol.' iiwnn
-l:!-:'l-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i undersigned, desiring to enrage In
un.ii r tiii> Nctltloua ili
>\\ \ JEWEL COl'RT. al :!IT.".
s \v. in Ave Miami, Intend to reg-
i i name irtth the Clark of the
ireuit Court of Dade County, l lorida,
FREDERICK MILLER ami
THERESA Mil.I.Kit
- i--.'7
CASUAL,
CAREFREE,
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in tropical I
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your nexl Vocation
Eveiy room oir- ^
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ovedoolonn Atlantic Ocean and poo
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SPECIAL SUMMER
J A FAMILY RAUS-

LEGAL NOTICE
ShANCAEDREVCOUNTV' FLnR0D1787'5
ESTHER 2aO, Plaintiff, 8
I". Mil' ZKOWI","**T,ON
1069 Bedford Avonuc
Brooklyn, s.x
You are hereb) notified that I till
of complaint for Divorce has i.een
rued axalnat you, and you are hereby
require, to serve .1 copy of your Ana
war to the. 11111 of Co.ii|.la nil on Plain-
tiff a attorney, and file the original
Answer iu the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before the
Mrd day of May, 1955, otherwise tiu-
allegations of salil I til] of Complaint
win be taken as oonfeaaed agalnat von
Dated thla 20th clay of April, 1955
E. l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
I Mde County. Florida
. By 1: II. kick, .lit
(Seal) Deputy Clei k
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4l!n Lincoln Road, Miami II. a. Ii. Kla.
1/22-29 a/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
no- undersigned, dealrlna to engage In
business under the rictltloun name "f
SAMUEL .1. HORENBEIN, al 505
Congress lilclg., intend to reglstei -.ml
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dado County. Florida
samiki, .1. HORENBEIN
sam mi.1.Kit, co-partners
MARX PABER
Attorney for Applicants
1612 Congress ltldg.
t 22-29 .-./6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Imsfness under the fictitious name Of
CAPITAL INVEHTMHNT HOME
IA)AN COMPANY. Not Inc., at 2902
W. Piaster Btreet, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
samiki. m SCHACK, Sole Owner
GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
4/22-29 3/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMPAGNE HOUR UAR, at 6S07
N.W. 7th Aviv. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner
KBSRLER OAR*!
Attorneys for Applicant
17-c.? \v FlMler si.
I 29 5 5-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 178976
ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff
vs.
K. .1 GIBSON, also known as
ELIZABETH .1 GIBSON.
et al. Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
m_ AND'
order to appear
in the name (h the
r pate of Florida!
TO: B. .1. GIBSON, also known as
ELIZABETH .1 GIBSON, if
Single, and if married, her hu-
liaml whose name Is unknown.
Mil Northwest 13th Street,
Washington, D.C.:
RICHMOND HART1LL OIBSON,
if single, ami if married, MRS.
RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON,
whose given name is unknown,
SStl Northwest l3tli street,
Washington, l> C.:
CHARLES VICTOR GlBSON, If
single, and if married, MRS.
CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON,
Whosa given name l< unknown.
3311 Northweat lltb street,
Washington, i>. C
SYLVIA MAE OIBSON, if single,
and if married, her husband
whose name is unknown. 2311
N.W. 13th Street, Washington.
1). C.:
ai.vin .1 cay and NADA ISA-
BEL a \ v. hi- wife, 1211 North-
west 13th Street, Washington,
D. C:
MORGAN .1 DAWE8 and I.VI.A
MAZDA DA WES, Ills wife, 3311
Northwest Uth Street, Washing-
ton. D, C:
DOROTHY VIOLA GIBSON, if
single, and If married, her hus-
band who.-.,, name Is unknown,
9811 Northwest 12th Btreet,
Washington. D. C.;
PAULA HELEN OIBSON, if
single, and if married, her hus-
band whose name i* unknown.
3311 Northwest 12th Street,
Washington, D. C.
All 1 unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
tlos claiming by. through, under
or against the above named de-
defendants, not known to he dead
or alive
And also all other and unknown
oersons Inning or claiming lo
have any right, title or interest
In the property which is the sub-
ject matter of this suit, said
property King anil being in lia.l.
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows,
to-wit :
l.oti< 37. 3tt and 39. Block 9.
COMMERCIAL LIBERTY CITY
SECOND SECTION, ac<.....line to
the Plat thereof recorded In Flat
Hook is at Page .',:. of the Public
Records of Dude County. Florida,
TOO AND EACH OP YOU are
herein- notified that a suit has been
fib d in the above-named Court by
the Plaintiff ilKiVe-nanied, for the
purpose of mulcting title of the Plain-
tiff In and to the property involved
nerelnalsive described.
YOP ARK HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQIIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the
Mh day of June. 1*53, and In default
of such Annearance. a Decree Pro
Ciiiifesso will lie entered against you
and e-ieh of vim
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
this 27 day of April 195*.___
i: It I.EATI1ERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
\VM W. STOCKING
Deputy
BEN ESSEN
Attnrncv for Ple'ntlff
1011 Sevhold Building, Miami 32, Via.
4/29 5/6-12-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREBY Gil UN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MODERN I'KIIT SHIPPERS, at 1319
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, In-
tends lo ri gl-tel- saul' 11a ule with the
Clerk of the ClL-cull Court til Dade.
County, Florida'
GUS Al.TEUSiiX
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1182 W Plaster St.
i/n s/i-iT-20
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 178645
SAMIKI, SANDERS, Plaintiff
MAE SAXDIffK Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
to i;i.i.iB MA^Hfcits
' ""<-' ''nKjIJe^k?
ALL INK NoVssWlrs, devisees.
grantees, creditors or other parties
1 la lining by. through, under or against
01.1.IK mai: SANDERS;
and also, as to the above-named
defendant-Individual, if she lie deceas-
ed, and all unknown heira, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, tluVugh. under or against
such iJc f. lulani. and also
ALL OTHER ancl unknown persons
having or claiming to haw any right,
title or interest 111 the propeitv which
is the subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being in Dade
County, i-Mc.riii.i. and more particularly
bed sa follows:
COMMENCING at the intersection
of th,. Westerly right-of-way line of
The County Road (otherwise, known
Homestead Avenue extended)
and the North line of Lot '1 of Sec-
tion 5, Township r.fi South, Range iO
East, lying Westerly of said County
Road or Homestead Av.n 1. extend-
ed, according to a Flat made by \
A Dooley, C.E., and recorded In
Look 1 of Plats at Page 4 of the
Public Records ol Dade county,
Florida; THENCE run Weal along
the North line of said Lot .. a dis-
tance of 199 feet to a point, which
is the point in- BEGINNING;
THENCE run Smith a distance ol
r. feet to point: THENCE run
West a distance of 1"" feet to a
point; THENCE run North a ins-
tance of 50 feet to a point; THENCE
run Bast distance of l"n feet to
the POINT OP BEGINNING, being
a piece of land io feet deep and l'">
f.et fronts
EXCEPT AND LESS; a strip of
land ,'.(i feet deep anil 10 feet front-
age, described as follows; COM-
MENCING at the intersection of the
Westerly right-of-way line of The
County Road lotlnrwise known as
Homestead Avenue extended) and
the North line of l,ot ,",, Section 9,
Township .">> South, Range 4 lying Westerly of said County Road
or Homestead Avenue extended, ac-
cording to Plat made by A. A.
Dooley, C.B., and recorded In Plat
Booh I, l'age 1 of the Public Records
Of Dade County. Florida; thence run
West along the North line of said
Lot j a distance of 170 feet, more
or less, to a point OP BEGIN-
NING; THENCE run South a ins-
tance of SO feet to a ls.int; THENCE
run West a distance of 10 feet to a.
point; THENCE run North a dis-
tance nf 90 feet to a point; THENCE
run East a distance of 10 feet to
the POINT OP BEGINNING.
YOU AND BACH OP V I arc here-
by notified that a suit has I.....n filed
in the above-named court by the
above-named Plaintiff for the pur-
poaa of obtaining a divorce, a vlnculo
matrinionii, of and from the Defend-
ant, and a fee simple Interest In the
undivided one-half Interest of the De-
fendant. OLLIE MAE SANDERS, in
and to the property hereinabove and
particularly described.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
AND REQUIRED to rile your answer
or other defensive pleading to Plain-
tiffs Complaint in said suit with the
Clerk of said Court ami to serve a
copy thereof upon HEN ESSEN, At-
torney for Plaintiff in said suit, at
1014 Seybolil Building, Mianii 32. Flor-
ida, on or before the 23rd day of May.
1965. Herein fall not or Decree Pro
Oonfesso will he entered against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade County, Florida, this ISth clay
Of April, 1 !>"">.
E. R. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; M. C. GREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
1 '22-29 ."1/6-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PURE DAIRY PRODUCTS OP H.oR-
iDA, al 9900 Blacayne Blvd., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RAYMOND K. GEISEL, Owner
KESSLER A.- IIARS
rii-ys for Applicant
1782 W. Flaglc 1 si
l/It-22-29 3/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagre In
business under the fictitious name of
TERRY A- Rl >Y s RBNDEVOU8, al
?&] N.W. Tluh street. Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
I County, I' lorida.
MARSHALL L. LAMBERT
(Sol., owner)
HENRY V. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2511 w. Plagler Street, Miami, Florida
1/15-22-29 S I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
:.k BERNI STl'DIOS, al 7809 Blacayne
Blvd., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Coin t of
Dade County. Florida.
HELMA LEO CORP iRATION
MAX K01; AN
Attorney for Applicants
1 Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
t 22-29 .".'6-13
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
DORWARD FRANCIS TEACHMAN,
i lefendnnl
SUIT FOfc DIVORCE
TO; DORWARD FRANCIS
TEACHM \N
136 Bnnnyslde Boulevard
Dumont, N. Jersey
You are hereby notified that a T.ill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ar-ainsi you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. ARONO-
VITZ. ARONOVITZ & CA1DIN, 748
s.xhold Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the Office of the cleric of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the ;;lnl day
of Mav, 1!'."..".. if you fail to do so,
judgment by default will lie taken
against \ou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published OflCe
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of April, A.D.
E 11 LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
D.ole Oouwty, Florida
iu M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
& CAIDIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
149 Beybdld Building. Miami. Florida
t'22-29 3/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEWISH FORUM ON THE AIR, at ..03
S W 17th Avenue, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Horida.
SIMON SE1DEN
MARY BEIDEN
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlit' unilei sign.it. dealrlna to engage m
business under the fictitious nauif- of
CARIBBEAN NOVELTIES, at 1(31
Washington Avenue, Miami Beaoh,
1 lorida. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I ade Count \ Elm ida
ALFRED HE1LBERG (partner)
LOTTIE HEILBERU (partner)
KI'IIT WELLISCU
4/iH 5/*-IS-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALIIAMP.RA SI NDKIKS. at 12105
N W Jth Avenue, North Miami, in-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY WEISER
JNNIE WEISER
HERBERT WEISER
NADLER A.- TUN1CK
Attorneys for Applicants
iil' Biscayne Bldg.
l/tv :, 9-19-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178659
JEAN A. CROWLEY, Plaintiff
vs
CHARLES J. CROWLEY, JR.,
In tend.ni:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'i r. I'll \t:l.ES J. CKOWI.KY .lit
I5tb Street,
Astoiia. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and > ou are u -
quired to serve a copy oi von Answer
or Pleading to the P.ill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, MILTON
II. RICHMOND, 1 Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, Plorlda, and ule
ginal Answer Or Pleading 111
the office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the -Mid tlav of
May, IMS. 11 you fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken
yOU for Die relief demanded in the I'll
of Complaint.
This notice shaU be publlahed
each week tor four consecutive wei
111 THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN
DUNK AND ORDERED al
llo: Ida, tllis 1Mb da> of April, A I'.
1955.
E. B. LBATHERMANi
Clerk, Circuit Coti
Dade Counn. Florida
1: ft 11 RICE, Ji:
II 'in ait ( unit S.-ali I lep ItJ I
MILTON It RICHMOND
Attornei for Plaintiff
1 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beat h. El.....la
I 22-29 B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863
CHARLES MAI.INK, Plaintiff
v -.
GARNET E mai.ink. Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
in: GARNET E MALINE
4cl Hiss* SUeot
Linden. New J.-ri
YOP ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
s.rve a copy of your answer to the Hill
of Complaint for Divorce in the above
cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and
file the original In the Office or the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before
th.- :;nth daj of May, IMS, otherwise
-aid Kill of Complaint for Divorce will
be taken as confessed b\ you.
I ibis 25th day of April, 1933.
1; B LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of Circuit Court
1 lade Couno Plorlda
BY WM W STOCKING
1 leputy clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN t KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
950 Seybold Building, Miami ',:'. Plorlda
4. 5 s-IS-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 178953
HELEN CESTERO ZEPPENFELDT,
Plaintiff,
OEORGE ZEPPENFELDT,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; GEORGE ZEPPENFELDT
19 < signs 1 'ompany
1 1. Wadsv.01 th .
M.iicn Island, N'.w York .....
You arc h.iein notified that a Bill
of C.....plain! foi Divorce has been
riled against you, and you are requir-
ed to s.|\c ii copN of youi All wi I 01
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff n Attoi ney, GE< R< le.
CHERTKOK. 807 Olympla Building.
Miami 22, Plorlda, and file th.....
\nswer or Pit idlns In the on
the Clerk of the Circuit Court .......
before the Twenty-seventh day ol
Mai 1955 If you fall to d0 so. Jlldg-
meitk bv default will be taken against
you for th.. relief demanded la the
Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.ek foi four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH K1."RID1AN
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of April. AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
il.rk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By JOAN CtURNoYl.l:.
(Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk
GEORGE CHERTKOF
907 olympla p.uiiiiing
Miami :1L\ 1- lorida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/99 5/U-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 34734 B
In Re; ESTATE IP
JOHN P. REARDON a/k/a
.1. P. REARDON, JOHN
PATRICK REARDON, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are here
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. 01'
either of you, may have againsl
estate of JOHN p REARDON, el .
deceased late of Dade County, F
to the Hon FRANK B. BOWLING,
County Judge of Dade County, and
m. the same in iiis office*In the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Plorlda, within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the bgal address of tin- claim-
ant ami to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be bai 1
See Section Lin of the IMI P
Act,
Date April 5, A D. P-..-..
EDWARD E REARDON,
As Executor of Una Last v. 11
and Tcstauie
JOHN P REARDON, etc.
I id ease I
WALLACE N. MAER
Attorney f< 1 Edward E. Reardon,
Executor
4/ig-::-?9 : r,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177839
RICHARD EARL WILLIAMS
Plaintiff
vs.
MILDRED DELOI8E WILLIAMS.
I i.feiidanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MILDRED DELOISE WILLIAMS
;.' South Hinkley Street
Stockton. California
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
10 serve s cop) of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint oil
the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN, 2512 Weal Plainer Btreet. Ml
ami. Florida, and file th.....iginal
Answer or Pleading in the "fflc.....I
11 C|..,k of the Circuit Court on or
before the 16th day of May, 1853. 1
you t id to do so, Judgment b* default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill Of Complaint
This notli e shall be published
each week for foul consecutive we*l
In THE JEWISH FLORID1 VN
DONE AND ORDRED al Mia
.. this 7th day of April, \ '.
1: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad.- Counts Florida
By M c GREEN,
(Circuit Com t s.ali Deput] I
HENRY M CAIN
Attornei 'or Plaintiff
2611 W Plagler Street, Miami. Florida
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NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Tko Nw Super Arab Informturn Cfir in New York was oiil-
cialiy opened Ut week amid fanfare in an expensive suite of offices
at 4-45 Park ave Jewish and Israel newsmen, of course, were omitted
from the invitation li-t Said its policy director. Kamil Abdul Rahim
In a modest way the Center will attempt to do in the U S what the
I S Information Offices do in the Arab World." In an at'ernpt to
appease American Jew<. Rahim added: "The Arab position on Israel
and on Israel = refusal to impleroer.i IN resolutions on refugee*, boun-
daries and the International of Jerusalem sense a position
again>t the Jewish people THo Carsi Cwirmfw, political leaders
of both parties maintain, will have profound repercussion* in nest
Presidential elections The McCarran-Waltar Act, tbey believe,
will become a major bM Meanwhile. Corsi Himself, testifying at a
ting of the Senate J jdiciary subcommittee on refugee problem*.
tacked Scott McLeod a- a -ecunty gang" leader ho had turned the
nation's refugee program into a national scandal'" And in the
midst of this furor o**r Dulles' dismissal ef Corsi, the major Jt -
organizations ir the country have voiced their pro*
The National Community Relations Advisory Council released a
nt of principles on American unrrjgra'K.n and naturaliz.
policies, castigating the McCarran Walter Law It denounced especially
the national ..- -m adopted ir. 1924 Go*. Averell Har-
riman of New York, in a move which appeared as a blow to Dulles and
State Department, last week named Edward New York
State Committee on Refugee- And observers believe that had Presi-
dent Eisenhower permitted his Jewish consultant on human rifhts and
refugees. Maxwell Rabb, to appear and te>- x-omrr.il-
tee. things would not have looked so good for the Administration
Attorneys for Dr. John Pvnnett Pells. Senior Professor of Medicine at
Yale appeared before the Supreme Qwrt last week and challenged the |
constitutionality of the Government's procedures in loyalty cases The>
naiad that secret information could not be used "to pui the badge of '
infamy on an American citizen They indicated that unless accused
persons were privileged to confront their accusers, the constitutional
right to due process of law was denied Whether or not to us* the
atom bomb: While the majority of the Joint Chief* of Staff believes that
atomic weapons -hould be used if Quemoy and Matso are be defended.;
the Army Chief of Staff. Gen Matthew B Ridgewsy. who is opposed to
V S defense of the islands, also is against the u-e of atomic weapons
,n their defense
The Late Dr. Albert Einstein, whose recent pacing the whole
world now mourn* and who had received more attention ;n the pre
than that of a king or presidentthe New York Time> devoted three
full pageshad recently predicted that, in the event of a nuclear war
fhe principal ci'ies on both *ides of the Iron Curtain would be wiped '
out.
ISRAEL
Retailing how in 1952 the Israel Gove-nmer had suajefted that
Prof. Albert Einstein succeed the late Chaim Weiimann as President.
* hole yishuv in Israel was deeply moved when it learned of the
of the great J- i It w a- if iru had
of its own beloved MM An exact replica of the famous Lib-
erty Bell, a gift of PWl ielphian* headed by Hag r '.....: ~ f lark.
ran- ng message in Jerusalem on Independence Da] The
Beil will eventually >wing in a tower to be built etpec .he
Knesset Building The Security Council decision not to adept a
resolution against Egyptian aggressions on the Gaza frontier ha- evoked
bitter criticism throughout L-jaei. A foreign oif.ee ipaki iid.
Tr.e decision did not enhance the prestige of i -trengthen confidence
he Security Council as an institution charged with n iity
for impartial maintenance of international secur;' The Lebanese
have captured a 400-ton Israeli freighter with it- ere* The
Syrian offer to -plit with Israel a demilitarized zone near the Jordan
and Lake Kinereth area, a zone totalling some 155 square mile*, i- ur.
acceptable to Israel which claims the whole area. Lf. Gen. John Baaot
Glubb, Chief of Staff of the Arab Legion, has declared that no peace
between Israel and Jordan can be concluded until the necessary devel-
opment programs to make the refugees self-supporting are completed
He expressed the view that once peace > e>tabii-hd, the UN will with
draw its aid The Israeli Government in cooperation with the Jewish
Agency have adopted new measures designed to encourage lmrr.igra
tion by 50.000 families from Western countries Among the proposals
discussed was one which provides a loan of up to eJO.OOO for every- im-
migrant family from a western country. Another provides for a special
exchange rate of 2. per dollar for those who transfer foreign capital
to IsraeL The Past month has marked a sharp decline in the number
of emigrants from Israel. The March total was 185the smallest
number of exits recorded for several years... The eastern section of the
Varfcon Negev pipeline to begin experimental operations within the
next three months. .
PEOPLE
Publisher of The New York Times Arthur Hays Suliberger, speak
ing at the Tercentenary Dinner honoring David de Sola Pool at the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel last week, declared that democracy requires a
press that presents the news without fear or favor of anv parts, sect or
interest and which acknowledges that the manner in which it presents
the news is a matter of legitimate public concern The newspaper."
he added, can do only half the job. The reader must help himself bv
doing the rest." Young King Hussein of Jordan last week married '
his cousin. Princess Dina Abodel Hamid. Poverty-stricken Jordanians
wondered. Harvey Matusow, admitting new lies as he wound up his
testimony on the witness stand, loudly asserteJ that he was nowhere
near as big a liar as Roy M. Cohn. "Mr Cohn. 1 think, tops me and
takes it in spades." Matusow charged Israel G. Jecobson, deputy
director of European Operations for United Hias Service, ha* been ap
pointed director for Latin America Mrs. Leonard H. Bernheim.
prominent New York civic and Jewish communal worker, has been
named chairman of the National Jewish Welfare Boards Women's Or
ganizations- Division. Dr. Samuel Sandmel, professor of Bible and
Hellenistic literature at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of ;
Religion, writes in the current issue of "American Judaism" that mod- '
era Jews should cast off traditional apprehension and discover what is
contained in the Christian New Testament. -Nothing is more natural
than for a Jew to approach the New Testament with a feeling of sus-
picion." he writes, 'but it is time for apprehensions to go." Gov. !
Averell Harriman on Israel: "I think it is highly important that the |
people in this country keep in mind clearly the conditions in which
I*rael is forced to live. Israel is surrounded by countries that do not
recognize her existenceeven her right to existencecountries which
appear to wish to bring about her destruction, and which are still in a
technical state of war with her."
ASIA
Iraej, which is receiving U.S. arms and equipment, took the lead in
the battle against Israel at the Bandung conference. Fedhil Jameli, Iraqi ,
QUARTERLY
Hs<
"to*
2V*%
m Deposih
* 5100 to $15,006.
-0-
Stort Saving Here Ttirt
Hew to build a bridge, erector set style, is explained here by
Morris Lipp 'right assistant Miami Beach city manager and
r.eer to Johnathon Turk and his father. Harold Turk, a form-
er Miam; Beach mayor and current member of the city council.
MERCANTILE
IrftSaJl i N*T|0'...
Nam* ** mmi
representative and one-time Nazi collaborator, appeared the most vehe
ment among all the Arab delegates. Israel, he thundered, was 'an illegi-1
Umate state" because ail Palestine belongs to the Arabs The Israeli
state, he cried, was worse than old-time imperialism. Red Chinas Chou j
En-lai. whom Jamah had befriended, listened approvingly.
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