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The Jewish Floridian ( May 13, 1955 )

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M iisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY fVOL'JME 29—Number 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS led Archives Show Soviets Consider Jews Top Security Risk [Smolensk Files Recaptured by U.S. Army Reveal Wide Survey Of 'Subversive Foreign Element' JTA WASHINGTON — The Soviet Jnion considers Russian Jews as 'security risks" according to the kommusists' own activities of the Smoler.sk district When the Nazis took Smolensk nany Communist Party administrative files were captured. These files were later recaptured in Gcrnany ty the U.S. Army and ight to Washington for secret |tudy. A portion of the material new been partially declassiifi tied and made available to this reporter by the Department of Defense. Some Soviet "loyalty investigations" were especially directed at Jewish citizens. The Smolensk records tell the story of questionnaires filled in by members of the "Jewish Institute of Proletarian Culture" in Kiev. These questionnaires elicited "background information on the communist activity of CP members who were of Jewish descent." The records made known that "the blank forms for a loyalty investigation" of Jewish CP members were issued in accordance with a CP decision. Similar records show how party members despised each other. They wrote letters of denunciation to CP officials. One can read the actual letters. Jews were _emploved_t,p spy on other Jews A loyalty program called "The Housecleaaing of Subversive Elements" was undertaken. The files of the program contain evidence that Jews were particularly watched because of their "foreign ancestry." Some of the | material is reminiscent of unfounded charges by U.S. security offijcers against government employees like Wolf Ladejinsky, Abrajham Chasanow, and Jewish employees at Fort Monmouth. Records reveal that in the SmoContinued on Pg 9 A Harold Slutstn Hiding June i.>-— nilC IAlS fXCIMMCf UTTtltS Foreign Operations Aid Will Extend Additional Nine Million for Israel WASHINGTON (JTA)—Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and Harold necTor of the U.S. Foreign Operations Administration, made known htre that they have exchanged letters containing agreements on In additional $9,700,000 in economic aid made available by the Foreign Operations Administration to Israel for the fiscal year ending June P0. 1955. .. Thi, brings expenditures of the Foreign Ope rations Admi nistration I 1 "" r i ojects and commodities In Israel to a total of $40,000,000 lor the fiscal year. In a letter fc> Mr. Stassen, Ambassador Eban ^pressed the Israel Government's appreciation "of this renewed evidence of friendship and confidence on the part of the government of io United States." Ambassador Eban also signed an agreement with UJ5. officials that vould make available $9,400,000 in surplus agricultural supplies to Israel. Repayment will be in Israel currency. The agreement covers |'lieat, rice and other commodities. 'Her placing his signature to the •tniment, Mr. Eban said: "The agreement which we have Bust signed has a double significance. It brings valuable aid to IsI economy by creating a basic [reserve of vital commodities. And i; i an illustration of .a helpful land friendly approach by the govj'iniTient of the U.S. to some of jl-rael's most important problems (and needs. POLICY PROBLEMS Democrats Urge Arms Impartiality WASHINGTON (JTA) — Democratic members of the House took the occasion of Israel's seventh anniversary last week to demand a change of present policies in the Near East which they described as unfair to Israel, especially the arms aid and defense situation. Rep. Charles A. Boyle, Illinois, said he was "alarmed at the present policy of the State Department in our present administration in the Arab-Israel controversy, a policy which is clearly and definitely pro-Arab and therefore, necessarily is anti Israel." Rep. Boyle charged before the House that "the attitude of the present administration ignores the true facts concernContinued on Pag* 10 A AUSTRIA OMMCfUM JULIUS SAAB ATM PS Little Optimism Felt by Representatives As First Session of Claims Committee Opens for New Discussion in Vienna VIENNA (JTA)—The long-awaited meeting between the Austrian Government and representatives Df Jewish and other organizations interested in rest i.ut ion for victims of the Nazis opened here with the Austrian Government making no new offer of any suostance. At the conclusion of the meeting, there was little optimism among the four delegates representing the Jewish Claims on Austria. Representing the Austrian Government at Mon lay's first session were Chancellor Julius Raab; Deputy Chancellor Adolf Schaerf; Finance Minister Reinhardt Kamitz; Foreign Minister Leopold Figl; and Minister of Social Administration Karl Maisei. Representing the Jewish committee were Dr. Nehemiah Robinson, Seymour Rubin, Charles Kapralik and Jehoshua Guvrin. H. Propper represented an organization of Jews who had been con' verted to Christianity, but whose members were victimized by the Nazis. Dr. Kamitz handed the representatives a short memorandum outlining the Austrian proposals. following this with an expanded ofal presentation. The proposals were similar to those offered by him last fall. The Jewish representatives then asked a number of questions about legislative measures Austria will put into effect to aid victims of the Nazis. There has been some improvement in this field, particularly in reference to eliminating discrimination against former Austrian* now living abroad and in restoring social security rights. The Austrian Ministers insisted that these improvements were of major importance for needy Jews abroad. The claims committee group will further explore the ef7 ud of hl3 handiwork, this pupil in one of the metal workfeet of such legislation in discusshops at the new ORT Vocational Center in Nathanya, shows sions with various Austrian off Ihis project to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt during her recent visit dab. The four were to meet i IsI ? el Lo kina or \ is c b 0 !T [ sia f ORT director ... .. ... Mrs. Roosevelt was scheduled to deliver her first public report again with the Austrian Ministers ADT ,. ., IT r on her overseas tnp at an ORT dinner lor the United Jewish Continued on Pag* 10 A Appeal Wednesday. Miss Phyllis Kirk, stage and television star; D cal Seminary of America; Miss Reginia Resn Lookstein, of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun; el. who received boutonnieres of blue cornflo City Music Hall, New York City. Distribution New York and other principal cities in the U. independence day. The blossom was chosen the blue of Israel's flag. r. Moshe Davis, Provost of the Jewish Theologiick. Metropolitan Opera star; Rabbi Joseph H. and the Rev. Dr. Julius Mark of Templ9 Emanuwers at special ceremonies in front of Radio of the blue flower at important intersections in S. marked the celebration of Israel's seventh by the American Zionist Council to symbolize %  t



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PAGE 2 A Temple Israel Will Honor Rabbi Narot At Annual Meeting Twr.pl* Israefs 33rd innani -feting will be held or, Wednesday evening. May 181 it the FUiler room of the McAllister hotel Wilhasr D Suiter, presides! of the Reform ttmgttgttimi will preside a: the hrnrti session which will follow the dhaner Ejection of officers will be hekL as well as the election of memherj of the board of trustees C n sup in e reports will be made hj Singer. Sam Resnsck. Sam LeNBM mil Da= Etontti ahaal tot ""DAY. MAY 13, of the Ja on Uth st The i n c i ad t the a km* school ::. coo H Kaplan Chapel an c Tone3 which will be as the present Temple's The evening pm f iam will elude with a tribute to Rabbi. Dr Joseph R Narot. oc the occajaaa of the eoav pletism of has 19th year m the rabbmane aad his fifth year of sen ice to er for this limit, wall Halpertn Pledges Better Tax Return For Miami Beach Urge Support of Coacert NM/M. fo /nsf 0 || At Dwit AwvHorWM MeOaWy Hialeah-Miami Center will Prmgj j ( -m Beach CSjr Council We Beckham. of a diW'sunda^'L?*^^ County Juvenile and Do-1 „ ue Lincoln \ t \Z \ ft 5 stalled are Irving Zitter ZJt Sam Steen. f^ ^J?J? Samuel1 Levine. ^ %  £** dent. Earl Rub.M.m £ *** and a board of director. ^ the Dade meatic Relations Court, this week urged the publ ic fr attend Urn asMiami High School ASjdit .rum Moods? M. Sihmr at present the of -Amenraa Judaism.' Re cfj^i. mmmnjjl a classmate of Dr Narot of the 19*0 dam at the Hebrew laaon College m Oacmiav toW b und le d of his support ers that ~I will fight for a better %  %  "7 ? ""j^!!?! Z return by Mum. Beach for its J*"^ 1 go or ^ coaaty taaes aad piaa to make a %  ** Juvenile council bold campaign for more school j p ^ *' und ? ."* f ac,bt,es %  %  c:> for %  "A" Be | y children Halpenn. who as vice president The Miami Symphonic Society, of the Chamber of Commerce ha* conducted by Miss BUIie ODay. is long been one of the city's forecomposed of well known retired most civic leaders, reported that; naaririim of same of the leading' he b -personally meeting as many' orchestras in the nation, who are people as possible in every section giving their time and talent free [ ^He^X^he fast expa^ion '' "??* '" "* e "* ^'j • %  *•* CAW PtPttU. „ orchestra will render among other • CmUtBt 5 t. u numbers. Schubert's B Minor Sym Padar SopsrvhiM i phony and selections from Men' lapaswow! Cwiwi,, rhlianha Miss Marion Davies will be the supporting vocalist. Swim Douce Saturday Congregation Monticello -. -ill boW !" datSttuS !" •* Sunn, UeT^J ZAMORA DAY CAMP af toe mm llml %  twtoa ual ests AHeftsberg. oae of the Temple's nee presidents, is in charge of the daaarr rnmmsttn ahkh as the program for the eveBeth Sholom Names 'Mother of Year' LaOorce dr. Miami Beach, nee president of the PTA aad newlyelected nee presadent of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. was d es igna te d -Honor M ot h e r of 1965' at the asaaal Beth Sholom M other's Day semce oa Satardav and Sunday %  n rime r a n was selected from a list of candidates by a commit tee consisting of past Honor Mothers. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth Sh o lo m and Sydney J Greenberg. r rmr ation al director, -as the mother who has rendered :. %  %  aaa* daring the past yearMrs. Irving B IT spam, president of Sisterhood aad Honor Mother of 1953. ptaned the Corsage of Honor aa Mrs. Cameron. a ments every by the city council will continue to fight of residesvby commercial uiterthe city of the said, he ible far numerous h tncfiti to the city at-large, -particuiariy when I urged city manager Claade Benshaw to have the city puiihas c B ay s hore Golf Coarse instead of allowing it to be subdivided into private proper. > Mrs Rose Weiss, veteran chic leader was named by Halperin as chmrmna of has women's division Ben F. Daahnuai is campaign treasurer, and Max Boderman. tra ana u i of Temple Emanu-EL has been named activities chairman. Harpene. who was rec ent ly named chairman of South Florida for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, took part in Wednesinterfaith seminar co-sponsored by the Seminary and the rth Shore Jewish Center at the Center For tosods Col MtcHtii Wholesale Corporation 120-6 N.E. 9f h Street We Carry o Complete UM W liwtm tor HOTELS MOTHS APARTMENT HOUSES sob Pad Pods Puma Casts Mastic Coods etc %  34737 Ana* rwiioj MFVHI 0PB1 ON UTwmUTS AtWATS 0M SPNSATS aaaa aaaa -aAaaa aaaa aaaa aaa •S^^^^a7/^mFA %  ^ %  ^ ^ ^^.^..^^^A*.^..^^^^^.^.^ ^.^ ^ ^ + ^pmar aamamf rnw^f £ First Fresidtmt W Wfwmw's Urt NwnmreW at Imc bt — Mrs. Claire Artec first pujiihl •f Maami Women s Last af Caned Cerebral Patsy bast week at a Reetects Mrs. Pvshki Reeiected to her offare. Mrs. year m wil! be of the Great Council of Pioneer Wonv at their moathma. May 19 at the Cadillac hotel Mrs. Isaac G ^THTI past preset Council, will he the mstalbag officer Other officers to be iaoitaflad aer. first nee aresadeat: Saaj amkesasky. Ida Jacobs. Jack Robbers and M S. Green, rice ChabLCtobB. Cmb aad Coral respectively; Jacob RaffeL mw i n aw s ecre fats. Sam Cook, iwinpiunhag secretary: Michael Fiedler, treasurer, aad Leah •eras toTAtoAirn ACE EMPLOYMEUT 177 RX 1st lit Ph. 0-1407 x\\ \H0R0WITZ PUKEEGG NOODLES C*TCC i:x { T i l n is n M 1-P917 fSffgit CHHMCAIM! i ^ ^^^ 1** Rwtwt^lMtf .Teal adm^mad g %  •••W IVo a • mOm*fl aUaT^H i rWrtf! ruatBiiiil'T Tv ^<^ IV II f IAIEIS tf "tf El CUSP" (IISIITEII alTZIIS rVt wi gaf to P ipecMrsts IS* UHCOtN M t-7$ 1W PSOt nuo CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI IEACH Serrices in'tLc" trac ppJrit of tlte Jewi.li"tratlition...anJ dedicated to ease tke harden of tke bereaved. i v e r side MCMIRIAL ClAPEl.-c F U N E I A l DIIECTOIS ^ TWO^CONVENIEVT LOCATIOXS .JEtotol itfiwnat AVavh v West Fbgter A 20th Ae. 12)6 Wammagaan A<: JE 1-T7T7 JE 1-5S55 1 r M.N.V, f, tonaaranapj Tada man Trra^rff



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fien Urges Voiding (refinances Passed [y Interest' Vote In a television talk this week ,nd beiore public gatherings of liami Beach voters, Leonard A. h'ien. candidate for city cquncil, kairi he "will call for an ordinance nakinfi null and void any ordinnce. regulation or contract, riiich v as passed with the .vote of inj member of the city council Jisrlosed to have a direct or inJirect interest in the matter." •We have been shown in the ba*t that pressure groups, gamklin? interests and selfish factions lave M.ccessfully elected councilnen to our city government. These louncilmen represented their dints, their customers, their politial puppeteers, and not the people |f Miami Beach," Wien added. This ordinance will strike at he cancer that has been eating at he heart of our city government," fc'ien continued. "We are still faced with the pos}bility of city councilmen voting matters in which they have a er~onai or affiliated interest, louncilmen must represent the Ky—-or their clients. They cannot epresent both," Wien declared. • The legal aspects of the ordiance could be drawn up by the Itj legal department," Wien [tinted out. (lood government is a step by |ep process. This ordinance will along way to return the peole's government to the people of liami Beach," Wien concluded. leth Sholom Sisterhood |o Install Officers Wednesday Ulrs. Irving B. Kaplan, of 3630 hamingo dr.. Miami Beach, rejected president of Sisterhood of emple Beth Sholom, will be inlalled for the second time by alibi lon Kronish and Cantor Bmuel Kelemer at an annual initiation luncheon on Wednesday. pay 18, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Alexander Robbins is chairpan of the luncheon, and ticket nairmen are Mrs. Irving Rothman pci Mr; Irving Bachrach. [Othtr officers to be installed are Ice residents, Mrs. Morris Alert. Mrs. Barry Cameron, Mrs. Irthur Courshon and Mrs. Charles livers; recording secretary, Mrs. imuel Falick; corresponding sectary, Mrs. Michael Mersel; finan-ecutary, Mrs. Harry Orleans; % rer, Mrs. Fred Semerstein; paplain, Mrs. Leon Kronish; social t :y. Mrs. Samuel Kelemer. I Special feature of the musical •'.illation will be the presentaon of the Sisterhood ad journal tleiidar to each of the guests. Mrs. %  orris Alpert is chairman of the purnal, and "Queen of the Jourwill be crowned at the func|(.ii %  rr" PAGE 3 A I Mrs. Larry Friodland was in1 stalled Wednesday for her second term as president of the Louise Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress. Ceremonies took place in the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro is here tendered a Scroll of Honor "in appreciation of his devotion to the cause of Hebrew education and for his vigorous support of qualified Hebrew teachers of the community." Ruth Uliss, president of the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami, made the presentation at the annual banquet of the association in Waldman's hotel last week. Looking on is Philip Salmon, who acted as master of ceremonies. The scroll was designed by Tzvi Rosenkranz, local artist. Historical Group To Form Chapter In Miami Area American Jewish Historical Society has announced the appointment ef Harry Simonhoff as Florida director of its activities. Simonhoff, a noted auujor, cjvic worker and attorney, revealed that he will meet with local leaders Thursday evening. May 19, at the Shore Club hotel to form a Miami Chapter of the organization. Principal theme of discussion at the May 19 meeting will be the Jewish contribution to the American revolution and an evaluation of the emergence of civil liberties, with emphasis on religious freedom. Founded in 1892, AJHS collects and publishes material on the history of Jews in America. The organization has until now issued some 44 volumes of its "Publications," a quarterly, and from time to time publishes books and monographs of general historical interest. National president is Salo W. Baron, of Columbia University. "The contribution of Jews to America is enormous," Simonhoff said in announcing the Thursday meeting, "and we hope that the new Miami Chapter will help bring about a greater understanding locally of the need for continued research in history, with emphasis on what the Jews do by way of adding to our American culture." 52 X\3GUST BROS HY t i* tt>< fit sr.*-' Si PARA MOTH CRYSTALS 100% (Pr*dichlorob.nz*ne) 2 Sixes — Rica, Nuggets CASH AND CARRY PRICES Mb. Package 35c 2-lb. Package 65c TRULY NOLEN GARDEN SUPPLY STORE TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS OFFICE TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS OFFICE TRULY NOLEN FUMIGATING CHAMBERS 5-1 b. Package $1.45 10-lb. Package $2.60 3106 Coral Way 841 Biscayne Blvd. 1742 Alton Road 1333 N.E. Bayahore PI. 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<-w-u*>*X-^—W^*<^,<\. vJenist flcril&n OFFICE aad PLA/tT — 120 R E TilmTi -n-r 2-1141 — 2*212 During Hie Week.. .A i s • u •y HO -vv V-E Day Ten Years Ago and Prospects Ahead IT HAS ben aMof OKIIMJ U> wy ASttaioe of the %  the to*** are freaaaentry %  rf to betray tke taw p U they u ay aritiaf rwart here aboa* writersla ia which many have a food deal more tkaa this ulntnainn was kaitiaUy made by (who saw that Dickens. I or exaaapie. was, a b ana r: z* ~-.~ Apr.t cad Mar it-m naaks. m irfif-*"'" > to oar ewnh s nj af sne s eve n th cmaaversary at tbe berth af auras*! s n> de p e n cienco. we ka*t bad orruaw t am aesse •-; ctwaahjej v.* iJBsn an n in zi •be death at Franirnc Delano Rooserei aad She tenth anniversary of the data oc ii u* ..-* -T!-zi 2-/>:;hi aajajgc. pnawSffhjawJ Wanow Ghee j>s • %  < ae ate OppOKr : xcxhjajejr. aaeS aaark aat pcaaaggof the ant pant saaee the dear* ct IT at ve ahal reran faot oab/ -----i — ; ; ; \~ Z>Z —1 Z -other cznazversory is penned. Las; week. May 8. a s mha d am years since V-E Day when the NOB reign at imaened. Daring that brief > %  .-.-re .. %  ? to ve* .-ecbgnmes: af ,H:I wen, The nc^or. whose inbaananify we cnajfaal .-.--. -.*.-.s-s* Baa ;• %  ;--$ e r-ec for crones against avuiAiuou and many af w~orr were executed or ^prisoned, is now er.ce age.;: rseri. us sovereignty — t rr.^jr\i of MB faxtare 1 1 i i n ti and ah* coveted. Two major won since then—one in Korea and c aecond in IodoCbina—bare been wagMM LeWs rWkse rlacf.i It seems to as that man's aoblset concern a far the welfare of his fellow-man. and the Miami Chamber of Commerce committee for the placemen! of physically handicapped persons clearly gorerns its actvities according to this precept. Function of the committee for several years now has been to stimulate local employers to offer jobs to disabled people. Committee members belief e—and bare been able to back op •safe belief with statistics—that physically handicapped people are just about in every case as good at their work as anyone else and in many cases even better. The Chamber's committee participates in the larger National Employ the Physically Handicapped organization; its local programs have made Miami tops in this regard. Three weeks ago. in ceremonies at Bayfront Park. Miami firms that have taken the lead in offering jobs to disabled persons were presented with Chamber citations. The inspirational source for this work has been Leo Axlrod, committee chairman and a local businessman. Axlrod s firm was. af course, among the first here to otter employment to physically handicapped people. His personal experience with disability—bis own condition, as well as the condition that caused the death of his son in 1948—impressed on Axlrod the need for a community to help its handicapped help themselves. Probably more than most. Axlrod understands the dignity and pride people can feel as a result of their jobs—jobs not before available to them because of the discrimination practiced by some employers T-jnst the handicapped. More than most. Axlrod understands the need for education in this regard. He has brought his knowledge and his inspiration to the Chamber's committee. He has impressed on employers the duty incumbent on them to pay heed to those who do not ask for Tw e Vrnre but for a chance to prove their worth as employees. Miami is grateful to Axlrod. whose activity goes a long way toward making thai community a better place in which to live. *.; —---iW Others itealnstr to rmrvr z=ztz x: -ue u aa. what we p oJaeh/ cafl rxc jenrr .' Eaax end West ore separated ,—• %  — In '-ie TW — z-~ ~ec ae> wo seat ga-ogaaphaccd ^mmm then?' K "*"*> a***, £12*; An i!Hr*£ ***** *rbe font fmmf +m ',' %  %  • aaa-s-ta of Eaxhwrs yJ that Cfcekov as a mirror of B„ paysaeaUy csat*e and reuetomly IrrpnotiaH teaTX£** as imn i illi l ia nt .Vho loves the philosophy of dem*,*! £ e the French reroruttoeuts. not it? practice m th* trseal -raai DaaceToas er aot uch kwse catefories dp esahody a type of fauh. sscntal tnath. Like the sreverh. which pi ii p asa H i Sj eall -^Zl th-kar*they cart uxht o. the etoaf satsre of haaeaa eharaeteSSJ tw> heads are better than see and sea aaasty cooks spoil the broth. TV> that writers, as a let. i that oaanwakaMy. it tte aaore than oiie prod w he sees as each of tke, jg a—lrmrr while cases, so Butter how differently packacecL All of which is nereh bi a far h rrr TT T V p w *> of ohr iia < that, at this aaos KSt I Gad arysetf surroonoed b ... ~7, host of threes abest which to write %  %  • %  %  zsc •r.prec-oetuec =r. :rr: .:--•= :. cr ahl _•"-.vr aaai hanad :rr. : k the new Mueat Sinai Hospital—a tribute to the jrowtk of i % %  %  II r. snestiea reutaas to area piaasricr 7Vr at Federation dinne r Tu esday evesinx and the possibility of fature casspaign technique i thooc that would desMMistnie of taniliaiiiin local as opeesed to overseas needs TVre u th, bill now piawd hate Ftorida law. which is desisatd to take public school administration oat of the hands of the Suprcat Court and which surely will not pass a constttutjoaal teat before that courtThere is the question raised by this law relating to the -as" festly intellectual dishonesty of our nppuiac the uUntsior. of religioas doctnr.e on public institutions and of our blaaketh ssf : %  ring th State of Israel at the sane time—a cjoveraaaent which recognoes at ether bat religious law in such civil matters as marriage :--i z.zz.<> awawasaj into lew. the McCexranAct has been a constant has set pabneian against **" s J J t ** group and has brought trcrr. r.aflOM HONETHELESS I find myself in this position no Batter which of these subjects I should consider, each weald ine* | n^u seatly wrapped for presentation in the writer> showcase ::--d b> py party nbbons made in Germany. For Germany is a ptmrnil obsessn Tth which I base lived since my rude awakening at the cc-nclusin of' World War IX Total victory rapidly gave way to ascendant defeat: the were demonstrated to be the teneatrun when Allied patterns gradually became public knowledge. W no did not chill before the ominous view of a razed Germany, with the administrtof Farben. Skoda and Opal proudly SUTTIMCZ a the utter ail about them? This, of coarse, was a tribute to the Sorden high-altitude ago,. ship of U.S. and British fliers. But it abo a serious charge directed aajaesl the su' cerity of Westers dsssesasry. A Christian world which remained silnt laaajaj look apon i leodnr ^"T 8 ^ !" f ^ "" ftt TOll ^. bt £* %  ** %  *?* ^"'mtionsf ^ r "*.•" lahe! them pa^an — atrocities of the Third Betch. cleared :a -betted ot tne tree worlCL >. g^ .^ tite Noernberg trials farce. Yet the fact remains that this Former Pr e sident Truman vetoed the law. Christian world feh the trials to be aa eves greater sin than Hitler's which subsequently jnnai J despite his objecNazis ever committed—a saa which it subsequently expiated by freeing bon. Sen. Pat McCarran. its co-author and most mos •* *** ernninab rt had previously imprisoned ia the wake of th cirden! spokesmem. is now dead. The Adminhv %  nghteous wrath at Nuernberg. trotior. twice promised to revise it T TKI till it %  All of this is significant in tight of the return of Germany's sorermarches on in infamy—a piece of le and nous ego magnification manifest in this state anthem is paralAct when President Euenhower had passed k*** 1 nowhere else in Westers ex perience: the infantilism itself porthrough Congress the Emergency Refugee Re-' t w>ds a <"tf>lt future in which Germany will again be incapable of lief Act. Accordinq to its provisions 214JJ00 : OTernin iti u and will be ungovernable in the family of nations. ,__, _-,_ i rt *vTr.llw*rl i^. &f >.TI c; J.^^ F-specially to be remembered is that Dr. Adenauer does not refW.hT^TI^ !" ^£l J22; theU ^ d imna s e B t Germany: Dr. Adenauer-atypically a Catholic. atypicaUy an c^LJl 0 !^^* l r ^^r?n^ $ -u %  N-*lt o*ly himself and his personal vision of a worn %  Secretary of State John Foster Dulles three which his gorernment will no longer be abenated from the Big Three, months ago brought New York's Edward Carsi; Also to be remembered is that even this man found it necessary to seek to Washington in an effort to expedite the slowoat the support of fanner Nans in order to assure the recent victory, moving purposes of the emergency legislation.'f hi* Party. At 78. Dr. Adenauer, to the West is a symbol of Germu Ten days ago, Mr. Dulles fired Carsi in an un-' cooperation and of German resistance to communist aggression Aloof precedenhad move. j Wlth ljMU XVI, who lost his head to the guillotine, one nay say: After W. now know that the Emergency Refugee ** **>*'•'****-. # Relief Act was a hoax—that only the smallest THE DILEMMA here is a difficult one. The troth Is that the tared of rnnnnnist expansion from the East remains constant and that Germilitary potential can add much to the West's ability to discount* such threats. But the possibilities are tasteless: one is forced to cboe* between two devils. An untrustworthy ally can be worse than ac a* fraction of this number achieved and that it was designed to divert criticism from the McCarran-Wahvr abomination. To begin with, the dismissal was unprece_ dented because Mr. Carsi is a powerful Repub^L *******. Ex ^ Bh ?^ r % ma %  •* ^^ G S?_ nower rtaminis uuuon will have cause to rearet 1 Pi L_ .. .... _. „J v. tit the dismissal when 1956—a Presidential rXT w _^ ber *** P !" "* 4 1 %  • forgotten or he. too. is esptured byW m9 .^ mmmm ^ m 1 ^T "* t m r^ DiMl j* !" hysteria attending the mass hypnosis of visions of Wehrmacht pw* ?Z£ t EZ~^ ^ sa ^fT,' Qnd **: a "" Watm ^P ^ one need only return to his own bo* yoncItriese pcrrtisan politics. Mr. Dulles proved -Crusade in Europe." to recall the boundless fury that seized bis so* nis bad forth. The Admini stration has since after he was made fully aware af the magnitude of the Nan ens* attempted to explain the move on two grounds. • against humanity It is an indisputable fact that President Roosr** Mr. Corsi. it alleged, was an alleged "aecurity who ^ ***" dedicated to the total humiliation of the Third M" risk." and the post as assistant in irnniigration P nnc, P* llT because it challenged the existence of his beloved EnglJ !" snt which he held. Md Uut &r Winston Churchill, who saw the common need to destrw the Hitlerian war potential if his government were ever to sum*. matters to the State Department, which be held.' was only far 90 days 1 IiVil .K u/^ii ^ J i_ ^ n ver UH or j n>reed the kind of revulsion and demand for just Like m the Wolf Loderinsky case, the securthat is written into every word of Crusade in Europe." rry charge has fizzled, for Mr. Dulles subee,•„,„„„., .. ^ _„ nxM auentlv offered Ccwsri a n* iK „^„ Z^ l nfortunately. the German sin against hira, as well "^Z SAnSnlZi^^ ^^ n *** Wad rs ot ,he fre "' d "erely a vague kind of trartfareatas ^S^fS^TT*^ fc i t hat Uied the dignity of civilized rr-Jdnd; it is not a 8^T*. What U all bods down to is this: Powerful crime against the collected unconscious of his race For the Pres.<*£ i?Ti Z J curtau iniaiigration into tbe | then, as weU as for others, the dilemma of communism vrenew* United States despite our nation's traditional, nazism can be hardly as difficult as it is for us We feel the enw open hand to people everywhere and have ,h *n>ly and have other visions to foresee. What is it we ond | L, h found a convenient instrument in the McCar** tke %  ind tbe young German boys, belmeted as were their ayj^ ran-Walter Act to achieve their end. ***• ** w rifle ** attention for Deutschland Ueber Alles. vo Mr. Corsi, himself has told Mr niu. iw. ""** bop**" 1 chorus of yet unachieved victory to split tbe air mi *J !" m +~mmm Act w^S | J^J-*• %  -•*• Adennier-s signMore on the Western agreeca^ea^rTtn, SJth il V lae fah aS I "--•••.• wonder, before another anthem h *£ State upon the German lip—when once again we hear the refrain of ea Idas Jodenblut votn Messer spritzt"? Department



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FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1955 -JewistftcrMto, if) Miami Women Elected Mrs, Albert Hochberg, of 925 North Shore dr., has been named vj C e president of the national council of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Auxiliaries at tfie organization's annual convention recently concluded in Chicago. Mrs. Herman .Schoenfeld, of 831 16th st., was elected to the national board of trustees. Young Adult Group Dance Young Adult Group of Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual spring king dance Sunday evening in the social hall of the Temple, according to Bert Tumpson, president. Included nnHie program will be the choosing of a young man from one of the young adult groups in the Greater Miami area to be the "Spring King of 1955." PAGE 5 A Fidelman Reelected Charles Fidelman was reelected president of the Israelite Center at a meeting this week. Others named were Albert Weinberg, Max Parness and Leon Kutun, vice presidents; Jacob Schiff, financial secretary; Louis Pearl, treasurer; Winnie Sirkus, recording secretary; and Sadie Milberg, corresponding secretary. BE A STAR Red Cross Chapter Elects Directors, Gives Awards Largest Red Cross gathering of the year, the annual meeting of Dade County Chapter to elect directors to its board and make awards to volunteers, was held Tuesday evening, May 10, in Dade County Auditorium. Principal speaker was Elsworth Bunker, former ambassador to Italy and Argentina and now president of the American National Red Cross. Allen Morris, chair-' man of Dade County Red Cro-s, will preside. Committee in charge of arrangements for the meeting included Mrs. J. Rile y Staats, chairman, Mrs. J. Howard Webb, Mrs. Otto Kemp, Dave Bosworth and Edwin Bishop. %  4 USE ONLY HOUSEWIFE\ KOSHER &AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I $ PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE! PRODUCTS EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR ^KITCHEN 'LAUNDRY ^BATHROOM # FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dfrf Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered! Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than lead\ ing floating soaps. c



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PAGE iA Sisters Ann. Leila Waldman Engaged Mr and Mn. Joseph Wifits—, the betrothal of then* two md Leila WaldFIHDAY^MAV^, IS 1 Gabnei Dnbck iaaDy of Y iintHi %  O, and presently of Long Wan-i N V paw to be married m the tail Sir Her fiaw. Bmof Brooklyn. NT. psa* i Miss Goldstein Plans and tie Msnda Summer Ceremonies Um bU L Mas Bttte receptions will be Easagn Joseph E held far each of the girl* at the Munda hotel in Loot Beach. Oberman. Rosman Bramson, Harris To Wed June 26th Troth Revealed Aa August wedding is planned by Charlotte Pi ami on and Bruce Ralph Harm. Thar engagement is being announced here by her parents. Mr and MrsSamuel Bramson 4117 Anderson rd. Coral The bnde-elect at t ende d York Uunersaty and r ete i re d a BA degree from the University of Miis a member of Phi Alpha Thru Dr. Bnrnaia gi a d na ted from New York University, attended Columbia and graduated with h onor s from Kn-kmlle Pit toothy Medical School m Missouri He nu m b er of Phi Sigma Gamma and Ps Sigma Alpha scholastic fraternities and secretary of Dade Comity Osteopathic Medical Association. The wedding date is June 26. at the Honey Plaza hotelHe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harris. St Louis Park. Minn. The bride-elect attends the University of Miami, where she is majoring in elementary education. Mr Harris graduated from the University of Minnesota Institute of Technology, where he was affiliated with Phi Ep-ilon Pi fraternity. mta awrrfva I. bkkmm Miss Dickman Will Live in New York A wedding in NV* Ywk j|] united Marilyn Lilliar. Ok and Stephen S. Taffert Miss Dickman is the of Mac Dickman. 1925 Wj are., Miami Beach and the Esther Dickman. She is a ate of Miami Beach Sen*" School and attended the Uah of Miami Mr. Taffert reo in accounting a*. New York Vii-J versity and served t %  -• >ear; a the Marine corps. He the son *i Mr. and Mrs. Max Ti.'fert, of I •Bronx. NY The couple will make •!-• rbomel i in New York Miss Gruber Met Fiance on Campus University of Miami student Connie Gruber has set December for her wedding. She will become the hnde of Irwin Burstein. whom she met on the UM campns. Mass Gruber is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gruber. 129* SW 17th st. Mr Burstein s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Burstein. Mt. Freedom. NJ. The bride-to-be graduated from Miami Senior High School before enrolling at the UM. Her fiance graduated from Dover High School. Dover. NJ.. and attended Packard Junior College. NY. and the UM. where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He served in the Army for two years. of the couple's betrothal by the bride elect s mother. Mrs. Simon Bennaa. of 905 Algeria ave Coral Gabies. Mr. Clem's parents are the Reuben J. Cleins. of 2837 Flamingo dr Miami Beach Miss Goldstein graduated from {the Whitefield School and attend: ed the University of Miami. Her fiance graduated from the University of Miami, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity. He is now serving with the 1Mb Navy overseas. The wedding will take place when Mr Clein returns to Miami on official leave. Elaine Chase Will Wed TV Man Mr. and Mrs. Noah Chase, of' New York and 8233 Abbott ave Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Elaine, to Irwin Weinstein, of | Rochester. NY Miss Chase graduated from the I New York Fashion Institute of TechnologyShe is a member of I the Miami Beach Chapter of Clara: Hirsch Landau B'nai B'rith Young Women The bridegroom-to-be is a tele-' vision producer and director and is presently associated with a New York advertising agency. After a late summer wedding in New York, the couple will make their home in Rochester. NY. Miss Kay Hi mines Mr. Class' Fiancee; Will Wed August 13] Citrus Grove Junior High Scatd teacher Miss Barbara Kay mil *>j come a bride Au* 13 Sh* .-uaj fiancee of Me/ Class. The bride-elect parents. and Mrs. Jack Kay MO 7ti >t,l ami Beach, announce the M. Coulton Birth Mr and Mrs. Isadore J. Coulton announce the birth of their son. Mark Neal. on April 20. at Doctors Hospital. Betrothal Told At Cocktail Party At a cocktail parly on May 8. the engagement of Miss Phyllis B. Kauffman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kauffman. 140 SW 49th ave to Robert R Weinstein. .son of Mr and Mrs. Ben Weinstein. 7310 Byron ave. nan. announced. Phyliis is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and is employed by Sears. Roebuck and Co.. Coral Gables. She is active in B'nai B'rith Young Women and ad. to BZB B'nai B'rith Girls Robert is a graduate of Food Trades of New York and after his discharge from service settled in Miami. He is now a junior exJecutive in Solar-Ware of Miami He is president of the Outdoor club. Scoutmaster of Troop 321 and active in B'nai B'rith Young Men. The wedding date has been set for Oct 30. Miss Herman, News Man Are Engaged Engaged to wed are Miss Betty Sue Herman. 138 SW 14th Lane and Melvin C Schafer, 3355 SW 11th st No date has been set for the wedding. Announcing the betrothal are Miss Herman's parents, the W. p. Hermans. Hudson. NX. The brideelect is a graduate of Hudson High School. Mr. Schafer. son of Mr and Mrs. Clarence H Schafer. Aahtonr. BL, is an alumnus of Ashton High, who served in the Air Force. He works •for The Miami Herald. Miss Kay is a grad-i.. Beach Senior High School sad I an outstanding student at the versity of Miami, vhere sht it ceived her AB de^rve ao-i ated sununa cum taude la* J •*M ntor. and the following sar ml was elected junior class *er*tasj and she was honor court sentative. Her outstanding I list of honerarie*. She was s i her of Alpha Lambs:. Delu.I**" j I Theta Mn. Kappa Deita Pi, A**U I Tau. highest women s honorary I ; t heUM. Her social sorority was Phi Epsilon and she -erved as I president and \:ce presidwt S" is now Panhellen.c a i.iser ••" %  alumnae group. Mr. Glass is the son : V f -*| Mrs. Samuel G ass H !" *f* .Pa. He graduated '.m Barrels* Academy and I enr..-> Ivaaia **•] University. He was a member of Betr Rho fraternity and was ssMS, 'motion manacer r I -cn.-jr : member of the Daily Coll He also was on the > e !" <*} of the Bawl 11 ills ^ndhnofc was selected for "Who's %  ? the Mews'' at Penn State an* uated with an AB degree He received hi* Us decree in" • the UM. and it was there that i| couple met. Xadler Bar Mitzyafc Barry, son of Mr ** %  rs wa i aeph Nadler. 833 SW l"* *"2j become Bar Mitrv.h on ***] May 14. at Miami Hebrew jgj and Congregation RN* April will officiate Barry AdaWerrit Junior High School is a pntrolman. He also hrtos* Boy Scout Troop 338



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IY. MAY 13. 1955 Mtai Miff Rosalind Kubensftin wo June Graduates [an Their Wedding Miami Senior High School ne graduate and a University of lami June graduate plan their % diling for Sept. 4 at the Blackpne hotel in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Rubenkin, 3421 SW 15th St., announce engagement of their daughter, p-nlind, to Lawrence S. Levin, of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Levin, Chicago. Mr. Levin will receive his Bach|>r of Arts degree in economics. is past master of Alpha Epsilon |fraternity. The couple plan to live in Chigo after they are married. High Award Scout To be Bar Mitzvah Roger G. Bayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Kutun, 461 NW 82nd ter.. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, May 14, of Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Roger is a student at the Little River School, where he is entering the ninth grade. He is also a Star Scout and a band intermediate. Roger attended religious school for four years at Tifereth Israel. Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual leader and Roger's teacher, +Jgf^n *r**ar PAGE 7 A TooleyMyron Roger G. Bayer • will officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz chanting the liturgy. Mr. Kutun was president of the congregation from 1954 to 1955. Harry Lasker, head of the national Ner Tamid committee of the Boy Scouts of America, this week announced that Roger has received the Ner Tamid award for outstanding work with Troop 60. loberta Rabjnowitz, daughJT. of Mr. and Mrs. Morris ibinowitz. 2280 SW 23rd pr. will be Bas Mitzvah Frily evening at Beth David lynagogue. The celebrant >ill sing with the choir, bant the blessings and KidJush and read' portions oi Torah and Haftorah. Roerta attends Shenandoah Jnior High School, where He is an honor student. She a representative to the stusnt council and a member the Sports Club. It I Aiumore Blephan Jay Farber, son of *frand Mrs. Samuel Farer. 114 Collins Island, will 8 Bar Mitzvah Saturday. *y M. at Temple Beth ShaU ton. Rabbi Kronish will ofiipiate. Stephen is a student to Beth Sholom religious School and attends seventh Biade at Nautilus Junior tt'gh School. Frank Kanitzky will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, May 14, of Beth David Congregation. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanitzky, 225 SW 24th rd., he attends Shenandoah Junior High School. Among outof-town guests will be Frank's aunt, Mrs. Trudi Murok, of Philadelphia, Pa. Reception 1 to Honor >farnn .lainch ill Martin Jainchill, son of Mr. Sol Jainchill, Morristown, N.J., will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 14, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Morris Horovitz, instructor of Talmud at the Academy, will deliver the charge to the Bar Mitzvah. His topic will be "Reaching Towards Goals." Martin will read the Torah and conduct the service. He is an honor student of the senior class at Aramore Eric Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaufman, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, May 14. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. ^ Ardmorc Joel Steven Dokson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dokson, 738 West 50th St., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 14, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Joel, a student in Beth Sholom religious school, attends seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High School. GETTING ENGAGED? GENE TROOP photograph* you beautifully 2 glosay print* (or newspaper reproduction -5.00 MOIDAN STUDIO 404 16th St.. Miami Beach JE 8-3373 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 H.I. 5th St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERO. Owner 9 ITT yj ;j; j: # |i i Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PIAZA. COCONUT GROVE Open from 11 o.m. to 12 p.m. Vour Ho.to-Sldnoy Jacob*. 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PAGE 8 A •Jeis*ncrkmr Miami Leaders Gift Over Million to Sinai Campaign committees were being formed this week by officers M the Mount Sinai Hospital Development Fund to solicit initial Sifts with which to construct a new 3Q0**i general hospital la Miami Beach ia JpiM project of the > %  %  Siaai Hospital of Greater Miami and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Approximately 900 South Florida business and civic leaders attending a formal dinner at the Fontamebieau hotel last Thursday night were told that trustees of the hospital have alreadycontributed more than a million dollars toward the four million dollar construction cost, and it was predicted that the trustees will pledge Sl.500.tXW in all Almost a third of the tr. are now out of Mma and ha\e not yet revealed their pledges. The group was given a preview the new hospital MM which was described by Dr Herman South, nationally -recognired hospital consultant, as 'designed ^e the finest medical and research center of its type in the South ." .An appropriate setting for the dinner was provided by a huge 10 kq 12 square foot scale model of the new hospital, huge photographs of many of the outstanding features to be included in the new bwitdmg and montage of hospital Max Orovitx. president of Mount Sinai Hospital, addresses local leaders at a function in the Fontamebleau. Over SI.000.000 was pledged here toward the new S4.000.000 hospital Dan BRuskin. chairman oi the development fund, looks on. Speakers at the banquet included Max Orovitz. president of Mount Rosthal Unveiling Smai Hospitaloi Greater Miami: Stanley Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation: Dr Smith: and Dan B Ruskin. chairman of the hospitals building committee and of the Develop ment Fund which seeks to raise the necessary construction funds Also participating were Rabbis Leoc Kronish. of Temple Beth Shotam. Joseph Narot. of Temple lsraeL and Irving Lehrman. of Ttmfte Installation, Show Set For Tuesday Mrs. Jesse Glance will be install ', ed president of the Miami Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hos, pital. at the Columbus hotel oa Tuesday noon. May 17. Mrs. Philip Bendell will be chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. installing officer. Others to be named include the j Mesdames Bendell. Sam Schulwolf. I Henry Jacobson and Jess Spirer. I vice presidents; Maurice Wein' traub. recording secretary: Henry | Schor. corresponding secretary; | Norman Burger, financial secreItary: Michael Blank, treasurer: Joseph Socolof. honorary' chaplain: Herman Wronker. chaplain: and Jan Jacobs, auditor. Board members to be installed include the Mesdames Mildred Burger. Sylvia Cohen. Harold Cohen. Nathan Coulton. Harold Druker. Sidney Fertig. Leon Freed. Max Fnedson. Jennie Gluckman. William Groner. Aaron Geuoff. Harry Hacker. Jack Kauffman. Jean Mell man. Charles Manhart. Joseph Oren. David Parries. Martin Parries. Perry Radin. Sal Ramagli. David Rifas. William Sacker. Rubin Schild. J J Segal. Bernard Serein, Leo Sobel. Bessie Stone. William Weintraub. Louis Wolfe and Robert Yolken. The ceremonies will be followed by a fashion show, with members serving as models. Howard (ioheTy Mitzvah at K|' y \\ Howard SUnk*J was Bar Mitrvah SatZ.* isn Community Center a?" Heim officiated. %  %  Fink Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dorothy Fink, formerly of 9295 NW Puchioff Unveiling Iki aMaVnmac-:: a to the aniarr of the yamm Pochsrorf formerly of 15M SU :AS ae mm take place Seavday. May 15. 1 IB. at Cemetery, wnh Rabei Leon Kronish offinatmg Mr Ppehfcoff is by h w-rfe. Dora a sen. Merry Moms, of daughters. Mrs. Rose Miss Esther Moms, of Miami Arrangements are is charge of Palmers pany Friends asm relatives asked to The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Matilda L Rosthal. formerly of 1800 SW Hal st will take place Sunday. May 15. 1 pm. at Mt. Nebo Cene; 17 ave ~ "^ %  *** Sunday. ten with Dr Joseph Narot offi May IS. 2 pa. at Mt Nebo Cemeciaung She is survived by her terv. with Rabbi S. T Swirsky ofhusband Samuel: two daughters, fieulinr Mrs. rink u survived by Mrs Etbel R. Cohen, of Miami. .~. and Mrs. Jane R Hirschberger. of *** husband. Aaron: also two New York: one son. Robert J. of brothers, including Charles Cluck. Washington." DC, four grandchil• of Miami Beach, and two sisters Ar Arrangements are in charge of TkuT Palmer's Miami Monument Com mmmmeat Company _. are asked to P*"* Fneads and relatives are asked to attend. Ben Gfller Will fHt Washington f ewerol StaH Ben GUler. owner and operator of the Neptune hotel, will play host to the staff of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach. GiUer. who also is a director of Washington Federal, reveals that the three-day weekend starts Friday evening. %  *< $. baa Howard attended the JV Granada Jewish Center f] past four yearand is i grade student at Kir.kxh Pat] ior High School. He is also H her of the Zamora Boy Sam] 13. Among out-of-town ttttsi tending were Mrs. Katie grandmother of Orange. XJ;| Morris Rubin. Orlando, FU; L B. Lerman. Newark. NJ.; as I ra Fnes. Brooki>n. NY.; PI ter, Jacksonville Fla.: mdiu Mrs. William Pasternack mi Robert. Brook !>r. Dixkf Picture rrMMCij tS4t N.W. 54* ft, Largest wtilmli ." Fr*m*4 Pidam • • %  U-IM1 Mechlowitz Unveiling "'^freafafoneb CITY GOVERNMEN IS YOUR BUSINES! £jtu A Proven Leader t JWjfl n h-wr HALPERIN M Your Indopemfcnt Candickite Pledges No Commitments PUll I m I ON TUESDAY, LEVER j %  j MAY 31 "BE PROUD OF MIAMI BEACH"



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[Y. MAY 13. I9SS IOBAL SHORTS kvMnrrlrUrw* PAGE 9 A Vindicated of Black by German Court \lC\i (JTA) — Rabbi Aron itrin, a controversial figure Jewish community and in an restitution circles, was by a local German court jg been involved in a black and smuggling ring. The iitor had asked a two-year be and a heavy fine. The prosecutor immediately IT appeal against the acquttf. Ohrenstein testified that intervened in behalf of Icrs of a scheme and had r


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Honor Student Wins Two Top Awards J ADca B at the recent 1 Miami Beat* High School Allen u the 14->esr-oM MM %  I Dr and Mr* ft i n aisph Skmch. ;42i Prairie are A ninth grade studenthe two ei the Aaenran Lee** Certificate "in reeognitwn of hi* possession of thone hash annbties nf hoe than and service which are neee*sary to the preservation and protection of the fnmt—fntil mstxtst.ona of our gorirsment and the advancement of society ~ Allen walso presented snth the Laun anedal for harnag achievlirrf year of Latin. an award of the language Department of Miami Beach High Dr Albert 0 the in behalf of Port CS nf Beach The Latin recognition of his wort with Mts* Massie Lane. Latin isu nc t o r at the srbooL On Mar 26 Aien will he confirmed at Tetanic Beth and on June 1*. he pinns with the summ er the University nf Claims Delegates! Democrats Urge Impartiality in Arms Mot Optimistic Atalf Vienna Talk Coot Cwwwtwod from Pone 1 A on ThnriJi? In satisfactory natare tnan prspesaSsJ %  lisiMit; thai fhis of the unof the Ans* strong will be the raset '•** %  n the two parrmoMAur SHAKWRG The SoW MI djMjh art bot it was feh that nf their remarks was ngahntt former Jewish The Jewish lenders snad •Jut these new demands had helped to dhnentsh Jewish hopes to the at a of Socialist Party lead We Chancellor Adolf asked Austria to in the of a treaty, only under the which the the prop%  nUCwM I > be coasider| TT. %  of tn the frn-u e i owner. TV of the one •Mel will to pay to the Soviet Union for the retort: of Gemma proper3 When the above conditions are fulfilled, the Restitution Commission shall make restitution only when the former owner gives ample assuranc es that present employes will be retained in their jobs If he cannot do so. the Austrian Government meat pay then some equivalent ; warn in each. 4. Austria most also pay in cash < for all restitution demands for' farms and forests. The Socialists also demanded full compensation for individual juridical persons and organ izat who suffered special losses under the occupation regime. f mm Pan* ing the ArablTael situation He mid that ~m view of the belligerent statements made by the Arab lenders' the United Slates trust the Arabs' to use LS. uons granted for the purposes intended tj this country. Hep Thomas L Ashley. Obsn. said A*, a time when our ow State Department describes'as 'impartial. a poOry by which free military assistance is given to Iraq %  hi> arms are soid to Israel, it is ciear that we must reconsider the v alue* up on which free and independent Israel is founded And certainly we must change our policies tn meet a definition of 'impartial'. more in keeping with our honest. American standards."* Rep Barratt OTLva. Dlinots.! warned the House that "it can hap-' pen that guns and ammunition in%  tended for one purpose are pot to a quite different use He said "it is not wise that we should he n I party in any way or in any sense to contributing to the great and grave d an geri facing Israel hi an I inflamed area Another Illinois Democrat. Rep Sidney states j charges that "the policy of our' State Department in the Middle East is moving more toward pro-' moting hostility." he said Mi. and Mrs Solomon 1231 Euclid ave will thin month lot c trip to ] The Hills are charier ber of Congregation BeJ Tnlah. and they will be hj ored during Saturday eJ ning services there. MB] HilL a fourth generation U raeli. was born ..-. JerusaJ The couple were aarriedaj the Holy City. IT'S PAREVE for meats and p ow lii y fn* frying nnd spreading { Mother^ PAREVE MATTGARINE n — S ajaSsw Mil i %  w nonsgrt rocs mowcri inc, m —t m • Mtf tWl^ouvnansmo crrtrt mm d>mdVmmsn4A4 %  v.. to it Family celebration is observed by the Harold Turk family at •Jieir home Sunday when a triple birthday was marked. Celeb.-atir.c their birthdays are '.eft to right Dr. Stanley Schwartz. Cornelia Turk. Mrs. Stanley Schwartz, sister of Harold Turk, and Councilman end Mrs. Turk Front row are Jonathan Bad Hwbin Turk. Celebrating their birthdays were Mrs. Turk, Mix. Schwartz and Jonathan. More than 30C well mfohers drop; at the Turk home dor jig the citemoon. HAROLD TURK YOUR COUNCILMAN Check His Umurpassed Record raftered tfc* present city ataaaiaa board Improved relatiaa* aetweea Mi—i leach ead mamas atitiwted Mind •*., M^SC reiatiMS daaertmrat Tailed H ia^reve inter faith r a lvti— i Bp m sw SS d aJ fight egaiast Ka Kbjz Klew Aetharsd resalatiea laadiaf to Ftorida torapikt server Set ead Hear HaraM TUCK WTVJ Cbeaael 4, WDAY 4:55 PJn. KEEP TURK AT WORK fOR MM*/ BEACH bank by mail We NowTiu/TbftyeHoik Ways convenient for you to j 1 IH HI Lvfin •ill


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1AV. MAY 13, 1955 *JmMJk*Jdtor) fademy Women ;f allation Slated jinual installation luncheon of [Hebrew Academy Women wiU place Tuesday noon, May J7, ho Rosewood suite of the; FonEbleau fcotel. be installed are the Mes_< Irving Firtel, president; Icy Rubinowitz, honorary pres|t: David S. Andron and Alexlr Kogan, honorary vice presii. Isidore Spolter, Samuel [hard. Harry Genet, Jerry SussLmiis Sussman, Alexander S. s, vice presidents; Joseph fcov^ky, treasurer; Alex Miller, in...: secretary; Benjamin nreich. recording secretary; |d Seid, corresponding secreJoseph Shapiro, social secreSamuel M. Grundwerg, gen[secre,Ury; Jonah Caplan, chapIrving Lehrman will be in^nA officer. 1 Binder, president of the ew Academy, will speak on kit of the Academy's officers I directors. ilarie Maches, eighth grade ent of the Academy, will excongratulatory greetings on jf of the student body. mbers of the installation Deon committee, the MesDaniei Yedlin, Joseph ZeI.-idore Spolter and Sidney nowitz. Mrs. Alexander S. chairman. .mermans Plan fur of Israel and Mrs. Morris Zimmer(i 18S4 SW 23rd ter., Miami, leaving on their first trip to 11. Dov C h a pter, Mizrachi |en. of which Mrs. Zimmerman st vice president, will honor ouple Sunday evening at Beth Dngregation. Zimmermans plan to leave bi May 18, but they won't cmyon the SS Independence unalj 9. Until then, they will |their children in Chicago. On 22. they will attend the wedoi I heir granddaughter, Ar'On June 4. their grandson, In will become Bar Mitzvah. fie is the daughter of Mrs. Zimmerman. Martin's parire the Abe Slanns. Other ten the Zimmermans will see Ir. and Mrs. Alan Friedman. [addition to her work with Chapter, Mrs. Zimmerman is tive in local American Jewfongress work. Mr. Zimmer[belongs to the Masons, Odd 's and B'nai B'rith. couple plan to be back late in October. PAGE 11 A Committee planning a Hebrew Academy installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau hotel includes (left to right, standing) Mrs. Alexander Gross and Mrs. Daniel Yedlin. Standing are Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. Mrs. Joseph Zemel and Mrs. Isadore Spolter. in Harry Genet (right), chairman of the executive committee, and Charles Fruchtman (left), vice president, shown congratulating B. I. Binder upon his re-election as president of the Hebrew Academy. Academy Installs Officers •no" Mrs. Zimmerman Bond Story Will [•M to Hadassah Ithe Mount Scopus Group of >sah meeting to be held next py, the story will be told of f Israel Bonds, according • Clara Bursteln, president fc'roup. meeting, wn j c h will take a < the Beth David Synagogue %  m-. will be the last meeting current season. Cravitt. president of the Oables ZOA, will speak en fconomic aid provided to IsI by State of Israel DevelopBonds and the role that rican women are playing in |ng the young State of Israel ive economic independence, 'he meeting, Mrs. Sylvia Royal Palm ave., will enterPy singing operatic selections. B. I. Binder, Hebrew Academy president-elect for a second term, was installed Tuesday at a dinner at Waldman's hotel. Also installed were Dr. David S. 1 Andron, honorary president; Harry Genet, chairman, executive committee; Kolman Luria and Harry Levitt, honorary vice presidents: }, Isidore Goldberg, Jack Satin, Samj uel Reinhard, Herman Basch, 11 Charles Fruchtman, Raymond Rui bin, Morris Cohen, Irving Firtel, Jacob Kaufman, Daniel Broad, vice presidents; Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasurer; Harry Koretzky, cotreasurer; Nathan Ginsburg, corresponding secretary; Sidney Rubinowitz, recording secretary; Max Silverberg, general secretary; Sol Goldman, auditor; Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, medical advisor. Irving Kelemer, eighth grade student at the Academy, extended greetings to the newly-elected officers and directors. Cantor Bernard Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, rendered several musical selections. In his acceptance address. Binder said that "complete plans are now being formulated for the erection of a new Academy building, which will accommodate more than 500 students desiring the Academy's unusual program of an American-Hebrew education." In speaking of the growth of Miami Beach in the past few years, he stated that "the spiritual growth of the community must keep pace with the physical growth." Herman Eisenberg, executive director of the Academy, was chairman of the evening. 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All arrangements must be made without knowledge of my son or girl. Mrs. B., Box 2973, Miami 18 Law Firm Dissolves Morris Berick, of the law firm of Berick, Shapiro & Fried, this week announced the dissolution of the firm and his continuation in the practice of law as Morris Berick at 237 Mercantile National Bank bldg., Miami Beach. Resumes Law Practice Arthur D. Deckelman* attorneyat-law, announces that he has returned from service with the Armed Forces and is now engaged in the practice of law. in partnership with Henry M. Cain at 2918 West Flagler st. vots Eh tVlEt vr ;A \ v\ toj£ the bread Hiat's naturally good FRfA/C/S BXEAD • E6G fiV.'STAUGUST BROS, BREAD 56! S.W. 8TM oTRCtt, MIAWll. FtOdtD*



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FEDERATION GROUP TO CHANGE NAME u^^wHsltUEIIiDii^diusun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1955 SECTION B NEW BOOK ON TANNAITK LITERATURE \ENCV PR OGRESS, FUTURE PROGRAMS TO BE EVALUATED nnual Social Service Breakfast "While some agencies seem to be afraid of the confusion that can be caused if they carry a number of services, we are much more concerned," she said, "about unmet needs. Perhaps there is confusion, but that simply means that we must find ways to deal with it." Culminating this reorganization process, the agency's by-laws have been revised under the aegis of Alvin Cassel and his committee. Earlier this week, the charter was amended. Beginning with Sunday's annual meeting the agency will now be known as Jewish Family Service. Embraced under this name are the philosophy of community responsibility, the services, the professional skills and the dedication of a devoted board of directors. Increasingly, according to Mrs. Ackerman, popular awareness of family counseling services has turned to an understanding of the words "family service." It is hoped the new name will make it even easier for people to know where to turn when they need is is The speciaY area.In which j help. "But even more important, want to work.' Social services the change in name symbolizes the st be flexible, ready to. meet progress on which the agency has insisted, so that it now presents a new face to the community, with a demonstrated assurance that it is able to give help." Basic central program of the agency is family service. As the essential element of this, family counseling has emerged. "Family counseling is the application of casework practice to problems of inter-personal relationship, particularly in marriage and in the relations between parents and Children." Albert Comanor. JSSB %  With its annual report and eleclin meeting this Sunday at the jjcayne Terrace hotel, the agency lw known as the Jewish Social Irvice Bureau ends its five-year Inod of reorganization which beln with the survey of its proam in 1949-1950. The nature of program, the directions it will Ice for some years to come and basic philosophy of community %  vice will be dicussed at the eeting. Irs. Leo Ackerman, board present, explained that "the secret JSSB's unceasing energy and idineai to face the problems at come with change is the agio's philosophy of community Isponsibility." As she sees it, Wanning comes first." The agIcy was created out of the con |rn that people feel for others, desire to see that need was entified and that help was of red. She said that "human probns take many forms, and there no virtue in picking out a parrular manifestation and saying, Myers Leads Federation Slate In Second Successive Term As Annual Meeting Date Nears Mrs. (ee Ackerman Harold Thurman, chairman of the naming committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, this week revealed slate of candidates for official positions in Federation to be elected at the annual dinner meeting Tuesday evening. May 17, at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Stanley C. Myers was named by the committee to serve again as Federation president. Carl Weinlcle will serve as honorary president. Named candidates for the office of vice president are Sam J. Heiman, Howard Kane, Aaron Kanner, John Serbin and Harold Thurman. David Phillips was renominated for treasurer, and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, this year's Women's Division chairman, has been nominated to serve as secretary. Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of the annual meeting committee, has announced the appointment of ople where they are and also lady to get them past the fears Id uncertainties which cause Irm to shy away from getting }lp." The attitude of the agency, board president affirmed, is regressive, outgoing, flexible, It-analytical, experimental, and [ %  pared to respond to challenge. NEW OFFICERS WILL BE INSTALLED Florida ADL to Present Aronovitz With Award for 'Statesmanship proved human relations" at the annual installation banquet of Mi hotel on Sunday evening, May 22. Announcement of the award was made by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the advisory board of the Albtrt C Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will receive the first annual award of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai "B'rith "for his outstanding statesexecutive director, w urtl l iuc d T W fr "' !" *. 1 ? '' ""* ww^titRMi to imother main service areas are resettlement service for New AmerI icans, care of the aged, vocational j service and child care. The resettlement service is re! cognized separately because, unlike the family service program, | which is financed by the Commu! nity Chest, the care of New Americans receives its operating funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "In addition, there are certain special elements of responsibility," Comanor said. "Through the agency, the Jewish community of Greater Miami continues to be a participant in world wide migration planning and in immigration to the United States. Although public awareness of the drama of migration has lessened, the work of migration planning, of reception Continued en Page 7 B Florida Regional Office. Mayor Aronovitz will be the guest speaker at the banquet. Newly elected officers of the Lodge will be installed by Hon. Milton A. Friedman. Judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Miami. To take office as president is ami Beach Lodge in the Delano Michael Sossin, Miami automobile Combined Jewish Appeal Divisions Report More Than $1,225,000 Tally; of 9,100 Gifts Announced Upward Combined Jewish Appeal Di|sions this week reported a total more than $1,225,000 raised in He campaign thusfar. Chairman Sam Heiman has announced that more than 9.100 lifts have been made in the camaign to date with a good possiNity of another 1.000 contributions forthcoming from Greater Mi|mi residents not yet contacted by pJA volunteers. The 195S campaign has exceeded P.v nearly 7 percent the total reachM in last year's drive. There is tvery possibility that the final tola Imay exceed the campaign figure reached in 1953, Heiman said. I'he Business and Professional division is over the $650,000 mark. Recording to vice chairmen Leo Ackerman, Leo Chaikin, Artie ^avitz and John Serbin At the Westview Country Club 'thank you" party honoring volunteers and their wives, it was th joint Trades Division which boosted the campaign total to the $1.200.000. Additional gifts by David Provus and Abe Kurman were responsible for the pain. Nearly 250 persons attended the social event to hear trades chairmen commended for their outstanding job in this year's drive. Participating in the pYogram was Federation president Stanley C. Myers, Heiman, M. J. Kopelowitz and four vice chairmen alternating as masters of ceremonies. Individual golf trophies were presented to winaers of the recent CJA day pro-am tournament directed by chairman John Serbin. Recipients of awards were William Weintraub. Arthur England, David Phillips and Serbin. Heiman reports the trades group has nearly 93 percent of its quota Continued on Page 9B CONSTITUTION REVISION Forum Scheduled At Bureau Election "After Bar Mitzvah— What?" will be the subject of a symposium at the closing meeting of the board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Three panelists will include Rabbi Morris Skop, Gables Jewish Center; Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; and Irving Katz, principal of Miami Beach High School. The meeting will be held on Monday evening, May 16, at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Election of officers for the year 1955-56 will be held. Slate will be presented by Israel Shapoff, chairman of the nominations committee. An amendment to the constitution of the dureau will be recommended to include honorary presidents to be elected annually from past presidents. Charles Guberman, age 10, student at Zamora Jewish Center will chant liturgical selections. The meeting will also salute the opening of the reference section of the Bureau's Central Hebrew Library in memory of Phillip and Sophie Rabinowitz. and the work of Abraham Whitehouse in renovoting the library. Present officers of the Bureau are honorary president. Max Meisel; honorary vice presidents, Israel Shapoff and Harry Simonhoff; president, Matilda H. Ratner; vice presidents, Harold Thurman, Sol Goldman and Joseph Duntov; secretary. Ben Zion Ginsburg; and treasurer, Sam Prosterman. dealer, who succeeds Gershon Miller, Miami Beach attorney. A highlight of the affair, which has been held continuously since 1946. will be a recital by Miss Susan Talianoff, talented young coloratura soprano. Also to be installed are Allen Goldberg. Alvin Hellman, George Kronengold and Irving Schatzman. vice presidents; Harry Milton La zer, recording secretary; Joseph A. Kegos. treasurer; Jack M. Fink, financial secretary; Gershon S. Miller, monitor; Abraham Swartz. assistant monitor; Daniel M. Broad, warden. Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian: trustees—Jack August, Paul Seiderman, Harold Turk, William Agranove; William Bornstein, Sam A. Goldstein, Meyer Teigman, Abe Frankel and Aaron Newman. Committee in charge of the banquet includes George J. Talianoff, chairman, Jack August, Jack M. Fink. Jack J. Gold. Allen Goldberg, Al Hellman, Gilbert J. Balkin, Barnett Beckerman, Joseph Kogos, Walter C. Kovner, George Kronengold, Gershon S. Miller, Godfrey K. Newman, Burnett Roth, Irving Schatzman, Michael Sossin, Paul Seiderman and Harry Zukernick. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein as chairman of the program committee; Mrs. Harold Spaet to head the arrangements and decoration committee; Mrs. Fannie Sehg, chairman of hostesses; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of attendance. Serving with the program group will be Thurman, Irving Cypen. Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Charles Eli Gottlieb. Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Ben Lond will assist Mrs. Spaet. Named to serve as hostesses at the annual dinner event will be the Mesdames Jack A. Ablin. Leo Ackerman, David Bass, Arthur Burrell, Jack earner, Leo Chaikin, George Chertkof, Sam Friedland. Louis E. Goldman, Sam J. Heiman, Leon Jacobs, Aaron Kanner. Aaron Kravitz, Sidney Lefcourt, Morris Lansburgh, John Serbin and William D. Singer. The following will serve with Mrs. Lehman's attendance committee: Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Leon Ell, Mrs. Moe Feingold, Ezra Feingold, Ben Meyers, David Phillips and Tobias Simon. "There will be accent on youth in this year's program," said Mrs. Weinstein. reporting to the annual meeting group early this week. "Young community leaders who expect to take their place in the forefront of our Federation family in future years will participate in a unique panel program in which they, leaders of tomorrow, will act as interrogators seeking information about our city's needs and th? growth of our Jewish communit> Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Charles Goldstein and Di. Melvin Becker will be featured in the special panel skit Filling the role of "experts' ot community planning, health, social service, religion and Jewish education, will be the following: Leon Kaplan, Irving Lehrman, Sidney I. Bernbaum. John N. Serbin. Charles Eli Gottlieb. Leonard Wien. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Irving Cypen and Harold Spaet. Meeting will begin promptly with serving of fish dinner at 6:30 p.m. in the Starlight room of the hotel, Mrs. Spaet announced. Mayer Akt AreaeWfi Beach Chapter Enrolls Local Women Leaders Forty new members were enrolled at a meeting last week of Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, in the home of Mrs. A. AI per. First three enrolled, according to Mrs. Max Davis, membership chairman, were Mrs. Frederick Fischer, Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs. Fischer is former president of Chicago B'nai B'rith Women's Council, officer of District 6. first vice president of District 5. representative of the Women's Supreme Council and a member of the speakers' bureau for %  24 years. Mrs. Farr, Miami Beach civic leader, is chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation annual dinner Tuesday evening, past president of the National Council of Jewish Women's Miami Section, past president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, past president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties and a member of the Federation board of governors. President of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Lehman is also general vice president of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital.



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PAGE 2 B l —lf History to Recall Tei tcstoMvy NEW YORK Joseph Willea. eiwil net prtJtdcat af the Federataaa of ies of New York, of the w the teunurr H :ory of Ame*ieaa Jem*, it was anJewish Tercentenary C in'nee, He sneered, Dr Saio V Baroa. History. Liter Ml the Mil-, ier Foundation at Colombia Uei.WSlty Mr Willea is a member of the e lectiv e council of the American Jewish Historical Society ill a of the Jen 1st fhrkMM THE TERCENTENARY SIORY The ti history is sponsored by the teaary Criaiittee as a lasting memarai of the 300th —innary of Jewish serOmeat m the Uaaed States, carrentiy being throughout the ciaatty Dr is ednar-an-chief of the projeet. the National T< Coaaaamee will be Jane, the anal provide f or preparauoa of the 30. The Seed Bears P. Text by DANIEL ELAZAR iniotrofoc* by MAUR IC£ *1| UX.S P BRASPEiS e 6 E>" S J6MC car Mires. **^NO* KMOW*. *. *# Aft rat CH** M*O N OP —— 10 !5?^ wrnBt *OOOL *5^%jk ftCMOCHTAUOUP TORA* *A* SOLMPsp. UABB yE^v^s-S o.ftKsrxAeoeuc AMP sftftWT •HATONAl. B *PiSi. T,0N A* A afc:CVS "N **C A*J>OCAL. -'UftTiCE *=0* Atl SCHOOL. ANP JCWl^H GOuLESEft?* ^ a IN THE LATE /.?4ft CES-.Rv ^^ COCLSCT PH>TSI>UTE MOSE' Xr} ^ CO Soa bora to Mr and Mrs. Alex Apr 22 Green Mar 29 Daughter born to Mr. Isaac Barfieid. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.. Murray Rackear Son born to Dr. and Mrs. ley Weider and Jbij Tkree We-e. ft 4worts NTT* YORK—The 1955 Frank L. Weal Awards of the Nataoaal Jew:>h Welfare Board ha^e aeea vafted :o Dr Jacob R Marcos. Adokph S Ochs Profeawr of Jewish Hastary it Hebrew Laxai Co Oeca -J tais h *^* of Reficaai Crana aa ti : Dr Dand de Sola PooL rabbt of New York ConcregatJOB Shear Ah Israel: and Michael A Stant •ry Newark N J. i iianiwil bate Aaanaarffit of the awards L Wei! of the awards. by Charles Aaron. Ch*caco. JW£ pti iHPfpr. at The amrneoa sessaoa or^Ba^HBaal aw.a^ .'. JWBr-haard of djraaaan. Saav day. Apr. 24. at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel Receives Cawrt e sy Award Macs Eveiya Eiseaberg was selected to receire last week'} Coarteajr Award of the Miaaa Beach Chaaaber of Coaanerce. Leo EtseaMtss riifherg for the award by of the One LaaSoa bora to Mr. aad Mrs. Julias Apr 26 to Dr aad Mrs Arthur Pasach Apr 27 horn to Mr aad Mrs. Joseph Apr 13 Soa bora to Dr. aad Mrs. Ralph Leidaer Apr 13 Daachtir bora to Mr aad Mrs Louis Dresner Apr 14. Son born to Mr. aad Mrs. David .Apr '.5 born to Mr and Mrs. Oskar Fewer Apr 16 Soa bora to Mr and Mr*. Mil ton Wesnsteii Apr. IE Soa born to Mr aad Mrs. Gerald Soltt Apr 16 Son barn to Mr. and Mrs Milton Fehtaaa Apr 2 Soa bora to Mr and Mrs Wd %  cam Stanaaa Apr. 2 to Mr and Mrs Jack Apr 3 % Daachter born to Mr and Mrs Stanley Lear Apr 3 Soa bora to Mr and Mr* San ford Green Apr 4 Soa bora to Mr aad Mrs .Arnold Apr 5 er born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kirschner Apr 5 by to Mr and Mrs. Bernard Apr C. bora to Mr and Mrs. Harold B a r kow s u Apr 6 a to Mr and Mrs. Harry Apr aad fthn aad Mr:.„.to Mr and Mrs. JulmMar 29 Soa bora to Mr and Mrs Ben: jaaan Hurwm Mar 15 Son born tc Mr. and Mrs. George Qpldsteia Mar 15 Soa born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry / Sasaanan Mar 16 Son born to Mr and Mrs Sol Kaaunsky Mar 16 Other births in the Greater Miami area include the following: Daachter born to Mr and Mrs -Isadora Mara. Daachter born to Mr and Mrs Milton a Xadel Son born to Mr and Mrs Her bert J. Green b e r g Soa bora to Mr and Mrs Leonard J Sotonaon. Daachter born to Mr and Mrs Paul S Goodman Son born to Mr and Mrs. Milton Berger Son born to Mr aad Mrs Arnold R. Pomerantz. Son born to Mr and Mrs Murray Horowitz. Son born to Mr and Mrs. "amnil' Kirschner. Daachter born to Mr and Mrs. Donald Allen. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greeaberg Da ag htrr born to Mr and Mrs. Frank Goodman. Daachter born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Welch. Soa bora to Mr and Mrs Samuel GIFFEil INDUSTRIE CORAt GABLES, S. I N C. FLORIDA SU6-CONTRACTOR-SPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTAUAT ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & THE V ENDOR. COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAI BUHDING SUFRTR INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL *> UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSUUB EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGM S OLAR WATER HEATNG SYSTEA^S 1 ELECTBCAL EOOSTH S FOR 2-S YEARS IZuaUfy-ScuKCC-'P'uct FREE ESTIMATES M IAMI TITLw iQhtractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANB1 IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Thaaks I Bhrrj has article IB the Jewish of Apr 15 haari %  J to Mr Apr 7 to Mr Dand Goldberg Apr Harry Kermish Soa bora to Mr aad Mrs. Mur Daachter bora to Mr ray Roseaherc Apr. lft. Max Gmesiir. barn to Mr and Mr> and Mrs 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE S-UaJ Dade Federal TAMIAM1 MANCH 1901 S.W. Bglrik Straw! CSON CENTW MANCH 5797 N.W. Swvaaca A PH M UPTON "• •USJNESSHOUtSAIofficftsorft wawhday* ... 9 AJ*. t 12 broach offtcoi or* naaji Fildrm I tCOWCK EXC£H> 73 M-iKMi M*xJT xlkJk.****Sohjrdoy* • • i 9 AM. toSrM



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LY, MAY 13, 1955 [LIGIOUS DIRECTORY +Jei*tl Hnrlrtl*,, PAGE 3 B iREVV ACADEMY will hold evening services at 6:30. lay morning services are at fcbbi Alexander Gross will on the Weekly Portion. will be at 6:15 p.m., folby Shalos Seudos. Daily js are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:35 [with Sunday services at 6 • DORA JEWISH CENTER will Friday evening services at i'ith Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz %  ting. Louis Schwartzman, live director of the Bureau irish Education, will discuss: dor Herzl and the Jewish Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat Mr. and Mrs. M. D. PerelCharles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aiisinger, will be Bar Mitzjring Saturday morning serBt 9:30. Rev. Rudolph Brill ender the musical portions liturgy. • IPLE SINAI of Hollywood Friday evening services Saturday morning servh' at 9. George, son of Mr. | Nat Allen, will become litzvah. Rabbi David Shaull speak on the topic: Me to Believe." Cantor Jolalek will render the musitions of the liturgy, assisted choir under the direction \. Mordechai Haalman. Daily services are at 9. *. • [SETH ISRAEL CONGREIN will hold Friday evening tat 6:15. Saturday mornIrvices are at 8:30. Rabbi Kaplan will discuss: "Why God?" Cantor Abraham kill officiate. Harvey Leonbn of Mr. and Mrs. Sol LichIII become Bar Mitzvah? Class bit's of the Fathers is at 6 lincha will be at 6:45, fol[by Maariv. • • • |TH DADE JEWISH CENbill hold Friday evening serif 8.15. Rabbi Henry Okolll preach on the topic: "A In Happiness." Cantor Mau|eu will render the musical Os of the liturgy. Oneg Shab|ll be sponsored by Mr. and iViiliam Chuzmir, in honor |ir son, Ronald, who will beBar Mitzvah during Saturday ng services at 9. Junior serkre at 11 a.m. • • • :RETH ISRAEL NORTHCENTER will hold Friday kg services at 8:30 p.m. Rabpham Herson will preach on Opic: "Fountain of Living Cantor Albert Glantz under the musical portions liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. HerCutun will be hosts at the IShabbat following in honor |ir son, Roger G. Bayer, who icome Bar Mitzvah during fay morning services at 9. Herson will preach on the "Healing Powers of God." fH EMETH CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening at 7:30. Herbert Buchwill officiate. Subject of the In is scheduled as: "What leligion Means to Us." WPLE BETH SHOLOM will (Friday evening services at i.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will on the topic: "Ten Years Liberation." Saturday fng services are at 10:45. Joel son of Mr. and Mrs. EdDokson, and Stephan Jay, kf Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Farnil become Bar Mitzvah. Canamuel Kelemer will render busical portions of the liturgy. • • • PWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will Friday evening services at P m Saturday morning servjre at 8:30. Rabbi Arie BeckP'l preach on the topic: "Sanc5W vwyiiQ P bbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 'WCMICAE AVINUI, MIAMI UACM nmu JI l-3iS tification of Man." Class in Talmud precedes the service at 8. Class in Ethics of the Fathers will be held at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz will be hosts. Daily services are at 7 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. • • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss: "Sanctuary and Peace." At 5:15 p.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hill. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Class in Talmud will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rev. Leo Heim will discuss Candlelighting Time IYAR 21 — 6:34 P.M. the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. Junior services are at 10:30. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by Maariv. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Services will be dedicated to the sisterhood. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Aaron H. Blumenthal, vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Saturday morning services are at 0: Rabbi Lehman will preach on the Weekly Portion. Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaufman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Cantor Philip Bruramer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday evening at 6:30. Late services are at 8 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and discussing: "Ills of Humans Can be Cured." Liturgy will be chanted by the center choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Akiva Chill will preach on the topic: "Life is Time." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Talmud is at 5:45 p.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. Eric Merlin and Melvin Safra will officiate at the closing services Saturday morning.' Shalos Seudos will be sponsored by Sam Brauer. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and install officers of the newly formed B'nai B'ritb Women of West Miami. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "What is a Jew?" Saturday morning services are at 9. Nelson Robert, son of Mr. and itSrLSi 3i 1 1 S5r Bar Turk Supporters Reveal • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday everting services at Opening of Campaign Office Campaign headquarters of coun" cilman Harold Turk, who is seekcuS "Wni J Kb?d h o?Sa^sm Did^^1 ^^ .J^Be-ch Albert Einstein Live'" Cantor i a ?ll ( :. im 1 ''* ve been opened at Albert Einstein Live?" Cantor Ja cob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv concludes the Sab......i observance. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Sunday services are at 9 a.m. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nadler, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 5:30 p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday, evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepow. will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss the I Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:451 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Conquest of the Unholy." Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 10 a.m. Class in Sanhedrin will be held at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha at 6 p.m. and a discussion of the Zohar. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "Jews in World News." Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Rabbi Skop will preach on the topic: "On Being Kind to Others." Cantor Irving Robinson, Robert Strassburg and the children's choir will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • e HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Participating will be members of the congregation. Rabbi Malcolm ] Sparer will discuss: "The Charteri ed Cause." Saturday morning services are at 10. COUNSELLORS WANTED FOR SUMMER CHILDREN'S CAMP in Florida. Ability and following essential. Mr. S., Box 2973, Miami II. 1610 Washington ave., it was announced this week. Turk supporters, in making the announcement, said they tried to pick a convenient location—where people can stop by to inquire about Turk's record or request information about voting procedures. A Miami Beach attorney. Turk was first elected to the city council in 1947. As mayor and council-! man, he says he spearheaded leg-! islation against the Klu Klux Klan in Florida cities and in the state i legislature. An active worker in civic, fra-1 ternal and religious organizations, | Turk is married and the father of | three children, all of whom attend Miami Beach public schools. Luncheon Party Wednesday North Dade Jewish Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly luncheon at the home of Mrs. Maurice Goldman, 1900 South Hibiscus dr., on Wednesday noon, May 18. Camp High Land SEBRING, FLORIDA "In the Poconos of flfiia" Only V/i Hrs. from Miami AGAIN HOKIDA'S OUTSTANDING JCWISH CAMP FOR BOYS I GIRLS With complete camping program Philip S. Chailon with 23 yean of Jewish Education A Camp Experience, Camp Director Capable, Mature Staff Phone PL 8-7894 LIMITED ENROLLMENT Camp Sky-Top for BOYS AND GIRLS R0SMAN, N.C. Director: NATHAN A. 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MGE4B EETTEK WHOM iSKAEL Precocious Israeli Heads Synagogue T THE DOCTRINE m. OF ELECTION T99 pp. U-SO IN TANNAITK Yerfc: LITERATURE. By B, HILARY MINOLIN -THE PURPOSE of thas study ~ writes Dr. Helfgott. to deternt the effect of the Christian challenge to the Jewish concept af tlertioa ia the early tautic pmod aad the reartioa oc the part of liilaii -^--^-t toward that challenge.The doctrine of the ekeetwe ef Israel as the thiif p e ople, of their specxalaess 1a the sight of God. tenet of Judaism. The apoatate Paai ^a* th e first to %  uversal Chretiaa satvataoa with the mhereai Jewish af priority to the hV i naa i r j i n aai n i Actually Paal was oa a theological spot, of setts, froai ceaad aarjr extricate himself anyone's hiiimmi Christian Aad Paal was. of The possuoa of the Church was centered around the hebef that its uhlgataaai to God imamly. >a this case, the eaes as the Messiah*, had forfeited its election aal l imct (that m. for all Jews | was deased la favor of the Sesaaaat—those individuals regardless af rho chose to resaaia elected le. to accept Jesus, d did the rabms of the Tanaaitic period offer against Dr Helfgott s scholarly study foes systematical!.* i the writxags of the Taanaim to briac as their answer -. which i ii ijIhaif hat their devotion to Judaism B r NURA LASKY JERUSALEM—On week-days, the streets of Northern Jerusalem, dose by the are fall of aou There are market-goers, gottipiac aoesewives. children playing in the streets It is a kaleidoscope of ever chancing patterns and Friday, the eve of the transformaAt the approach of suntbe streets are empty The oaJy figures you see are all out for oae purpose Black and grey coated, they pass along the winding cobble stoat d streets. They Without knowing one's way %  t would be difficult to the synagogue, unless one the sound of staging the asset alleys Bat we were lucky Yehezauel Freimaa. a fifth-generation J e r u salemite. who works for the Electric Corporation, for long had drVnmtd of spending Friday afternoons tuudiiilliig tours of the synagogues for foreigners aad interested Israelis. A year ago his dream became a reality. In a little room of the Government Tourist Office, enthusiastic Mr Freimaa first explains to the visitors what they are about to see Bukhanan Sephardi. Yemenite, and various Hassidie synagogues In a brief talk he builds up the atmosphere for his enraptured listeners. "Geographically speaking, the synagogues are near each other—less thaa 200 yards apart. But figuratively -peaking, they are more than 200 years apart. This tour takes you through Jewish history, for these people adhere to the custo m s of oui their native lands tw thew fathers n ou ^ their „ **?i. h f b '• reflected Astrakchir. hat,. M -. dress of the Shahs.tS "JMwOgue* thehW* els were originally t^T Of Polish -q Ulres; lh( JiU e r the tille. ****> their WoRl use Arabian desert ago" But atxne aU_ m prayers can be traced ti of their -jffenng i B luth From the p er J rogue looking out l0 J daa-held Jerusalem aal Scopus in 'he distance. ed the road to tat 01 pr>er. XT THE MES Biblical Research Group To Aid in Movie Making By LEON GUTTERMAN repiytag to a Mm"" phisosoph who employed the idea of si-> to argue that God "had rejected Hts betrothed 'braei painted oat that it is ealy when the widow performs the act Haiitzah that the man ts absolved, thus, so long as Israel herself adheres to her Cho sen portion the boad remains, even in the face -eaaaorary withdrawal by Gad Rabbi Bsezer ben Hyrcaaas. who maintained "that the whole pur nose of the creation was for the Torah/ foresaw "no salvation but lead eternal doom for the entire Gentile worM ~ Rabbi Joshua ben Hacaanah. oa the other hand, "removed all distinction between Jew and Gentile in attaauag saliauaa through good life Rabbi Jose ben Haiafta beheved that -braei would sexier only for as many years as they had waned, and that the Messiah would came at the conclusion hat period. -Whoever knows hoar many years Israel worshipped idob aba knows when the son of David will come Hiremedy to the Fail af Adam lay m Yom Kippar and personal repentance And. acrardaag to Rabbi Judah ben DaL The election depends directly upon brads iiwlinenmily oaaemag as part m the reciprocal arrangement tf the loving retatasatsaap between God aad Israel B was not Dr Helfgott s purpose to evaluate the arguments of refutations presented ia the Taamaitie doctrine, but I think the reader will find that %  %  ihwr. diiraiisan will arise from this annotated. thoro ug h dissertation With the facts at hzad. who could not find his en way to the truth* HOLLYWOOD—Motion picture, producers, directors and writers now hate a place in braei that supply them with ail the authentic research they need. It's the Biblical research department of baaeffx .Forum Film which has been established by two Biblical I scholars, O. Sonnenfeld and T F Meysels At their disposal is the cumulative knowledge of the Hebrew University, the Israel Exploration Fund, the Pontifical Bible Institute and the Ecole Bibhque of the Dominican FatherSonnenfeld. whose headquarters are in Tel Aviv, says Hollywood frequently makes mistakes in its portroyal of Biblical times and characters For in>tance. he points out histaff might have warned 20th Century-Fox r* using the Star of David in -"David and BEWfVi POE1TH\\L CM'MiTAiXS Pakistan and Egypt Vie for Moslem World Leadership By DAVID MtARK i.tNEVA — The struggle for leadership of the Moslem world flares up into the opea again The con ten d ers are Pakistan and Egypt. The battle was fought at the Afro-Asian Conference at Bar. prue — Western alhfor the Arabs, is obvious from the hy Pakistan Premier Mohammed Ah this week He flatty declared eaamot share its for oa the whims, wishes ofEgrpt-This carefully timed bombshell was dro pp ed hy Ah four days before the state nsit to Karachi of Egyptian Premier Colonel Abdel Nasser aad ease week poor to Pakistan "s slated eatry mao the Turco-lraqui pact This frank a dan 1110a of failure to reach a compromise with Egypt came after a three-day round of talks All had with his envoys to the Middle East The top-secret parley was held at the Swanky resort of as too wen i dsplei to a fire at the right ajaarterCairo has takes due aete of he stands The Egyptian Premier has virulently attacked the Tarco-Iraqui pact He ha> charged such regional defense alliances are against Arab nationalist and neutralist interests. He wantno part of it. Pakistan apparently feels just the opposite way about it The Dt used by All to the abuse burled on Pakistan m recent weeks by the Egyptian areas Cairo fears Pakistani efforts to challenge its leadersh ip Bathsheba Seems it wasn't a Jewl-h symbol before the 17th centAi for DeMiUe's "Samson and Delilah." the research department might have unproved on the finery of the beauties of Philistia via documented creation of the period. • • • People in Hollywood -till talk about Victor Borge's continuing fabulous saeeess on Broadway. His I first appearance on Rudy Vallee's radio program more than a d eca d e and a half ago. which also was a : first for famous ventriloquist Ed, gar Bergen, now seems a part of history Victor A Dune recently | presented a scroll recounting Den. mark's historic wartime rescue of its entire Jewish community to Dr Nelson Glueck. president of He"brea Union College-Jewish lane of Religion, for preservation in the school archives. | ... In a Los Angeles court this week. legal action by one Bologna against one Werner to compel specific performance of contract, elicited this from the Jewish judge "I never sausage a ease Victor Independer.' Producer Kramer, nov back under t ed Artists banner upon i uon of b cturei Columbia, has been contract with MGM KnmaJ "Came M 'the box office around ta] recently completed directing "N ia Stn United Artists release. which MGM has offered 1 is somewhat -;milar to twj alignment of David 0 with the same compwj. Kramer would be given tial freedom in callinf taj on hu productions. PEKSO\AMJTIES MX F.4.VOIJJ Salk, Mr. Conde MeGinkJ And the Talmudic Issue By DAVID SCHWARTZ It was the strangest dream .There it was. A big headline in box car letters running dear aenai the page, warning the people against the anti-polio vaccine of Dr Jonas Salk In big lettersJewish and then Communist. Also •••aehowthe Talmud seems mixed THE OVERSEAS SCENE Adenauer Denies Danger of Nazi Revival By I. C TEITCM %  The poison of the Hitler regime has largely imoaaer claims m aa article m the current issue of the Satarday Evenang Past The Chancellor aba declares that overnight imafter the war) iiiijlhnat imaitiai of was rejected by the Germans Today not a exists.He adds the Dawtathe Bearhs Partei. -the partv eaaseiy rriraiilaag the Mans" failed ta elect a ta P a rt i ne w a t m the last aatsonal lave the impression that some of our friends abroad re so preoccupied with the possible revival of Sar sm that they seem to be standing guard over a rat hole marked Hitler, a broom held menanaglv over heir shoulders, while behind them a half xber un ma rk ed rat holes stand unguarded Meanwhile, known Nans were elected to office and nearly-overt Nan groups scored gains in the *tate elections ia Lower Saxony Province last week %  %  "f* rt> '" oneB *>-Nau German Beach Party attracted 127.000 votes, increase its percentage of the total rot* from 12 four years ago to 3B and in rreased the number of seats in the provmeial parliament from two to six T|Wtor right Germaa Party, wharh took over the %  ^^jshjpand in many cases the candidates of the socialist Retch Party. daasaKed by the Baaa Go* -^?? ,nw **•' —• ed If you have ever %  of that paper you "d I mean Zionists are CommunistThe e-a' Israel is part of •J*JJI subversive conspiracy • bow the Talmud •* w^JJ it alas for Rabbi Aki" hi Tarphon *? 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UY. MAY 13, 1955 'Jewist)rhrkMam PAGE 5 B nel Enters Her Eighth Year With Notable Economic Gains Slate of Israel enters its l ,.,r (if independence with tlh improved economic picpnd hopes for greater accomnents in the future. tistics released in New York pnection with Israel's celebra\){ ^even years as an indepen(state showed that industrial kgricultur.il output is rapidly [ding, as the vast number of Wants i who more than dou|he population to 1,700,000 in I in of a few years) is being bed into productive occupat year alone Israel's national went up 30 per cent over 11 nling year, and net investshowed I similar increase. umber of gainfully employed red 10 per cent to a total of 10. Exports advanced by al|50 per cent. year's achievements encomvery area of economic enand augur well for further Hundreds of new factories established, power and irriprojects were expanded, ads, railroads and harbor fawere constructed, new tonwas added to the merchant new settlements were cremd large areas of barren ere brought under cultivahe exploration and exploital Israel's natural resources nto high wear, and new diss in the realms of physics, try and techniology were d up in the laboratories and fie institutions of Lsrael. at has been achieved so ^aid Levi F.shkol, Israel's PiMinister, in an anniversary ge, "is the result of the joint of our own people and of throughout the world who participated with their mateid intellectual means in this dive work. I the forefront of the investlusinessmen. technicians, and lists from abroad are U.S. inlals, organizations, corporand foundations, whose invalcontributions to Israel's is are evident in every part country," Eshkol's words had rofer|to the American and Israel fis of tire plants, chemical paper and lumber mills, iharmaceutical plants, brewland a long list of other facI up am! down the coast of Is> the American cotton growintroduced this vital industrop to Israel; to the Ameripologists and technicians who Israel's mountains, valleys -erts for oil; to the producfcxperts who help raise profcty standards in field and and to American and Iskeientists working hand in [m practically every area of endeavor to bring progress rosperity to this under-devel|region. of Israel's major achieveduring her seventh year was Jtainment of comparative fistability as evidenced in freign exchange rate and the price level, which showed Ifluctuation in recent months, bite all signs of progress, Is.— IU-UJ a .. .. — ISRAEL'S SEVEN YEARS OF GROWTH GAINFULLY IMfLOTIO Jt-, jt*** 1 *'*-' ItMNMl UNO UNDER LAND UNDER f IRRIGATION \ CULTIVATION C* *WM^I •' '>J "V ... &f IS "' \ III %  *• •4$ '49 50 '31 5? '53 '54 1 1 1 %  ILICTIIC fowl* CONSUMPTION 7 ('* "'"'• %  •! I M 6*1 L A 4*4 •1' r L -JJ ;*o 32f I &j 48 '49 50 •51 •32 %  5J '54 1941 Urn NATIONAL INCOMI (II „ a*Ml /O I • '41 '4 'SO "11 "M S3 Ao.j~ f Ho*'MOS Zl\ tSLtT. a „ l 0 ng t and har d | I S an accelerated flow of private l five-year old Law for-the EncourX!" 1 £ r f goal of economic investment capital to consolidate agement of Capital Investments, inTnL fmfc Her f0 !" >8" trade balher gams, and to expand her inProducing additional incentives in ance still shows a 3.5:11 ratio of imdustry, agriculture and commerce. | taxation, amortization, convertibilports over exports, and production „ To accelerate the flow of capi | ity and other benefits." lags far behind demand. tal into our country." Mr. Eshkol Along with an increase in priHer greatest need at this time said, "we are now improving our' vate investment, Israel will require, for some years to come, continued aid from abroadto help her transport, feed, clothe and settle the thousands of refugees who keep coming, and those who have not yet been fully absorbed in her economy. Special Group Will Service Latin America J. A. Cantor Associates, 1111 Lincoln rd., has organized a special real estate department design e d to service Latin American clients, it was ann o u n c e d this week. Miss Mori Fremon, a Cantor saleswoman foi several months has been select ed to head th< new department.' Miss Fremon, Mi freman who Speaks Spanish fluently, is a former newspaper woman and public relations director specializing in contacts with Latin America. Active in civic projects. Miss Fremon has been honored by the Equadorian government for her aid in the earthquake program. She is the only woman ever to be a guest speaker before the Cuban Chamber of Commerce. Miss Fremon is a member of the Miami Beach hospitality committee and the Pan American committee of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. She was on the executive committee for the election of Gov. LeRoy Collins. Several Latin American real estate promotion trips are planned soon by Miss Fremon. a minute to a delight to eat % on your Insured savings MIAMI DEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings institution Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. • 71st and Harding Ave. • 665 Washington Ave. N — or save by mail • a midsummer's treat No need to labor over s hot stove to prepare delirious Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Just heat them and eat them! They're ready in a jiffy! Packed in a tomato sauce, made from the specially bred Heinz Aristocrat Tomato As the saying goes:—"A mechaya!" Select either label. They're both the same beans! 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PAGE 6 B kmte*rk>rMton Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Men, Women To Install Officers Joint installation of new officers will be held for the B'nal K'rith Women of Coral Gables and the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Delano hotel on Sunday evening, May 15. Judge Milton Friedman will install both groups. New officers for the Chapter are president. Mrs. Frank Smulson; vice president. Mrs. Sam Neiberg; vice president. Mrs. Sol Rappaport; vice president. Mrs. Sidney Siegel; treasurer. Mrs. William Epttoln. Financial secretary. Mrs. Jack Barnes; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Louis Grossman; recording secretary. Mrs. Daniel Fried; parliamentarian. Mrs. Sidney Suss; historian. Mrs. Irving Matlin; auditor. Mrs. Herman Brenner; and monitras, Mrs. Al Lozoff. Board members include the Mesdames Sol Bodian. Herman Edwards. Harry Kessler, Louis Heines. Joseph Rogers. Lester Saal. Sam Kurland. Jack Toback, Jack Whitman. William Bretan. Al Bus, Sidney Haskoe and Bernard Gei.I nnan For the Men's Lodge, the in coming officers to be installed are president. Sidney Efronson; vice president. Sol Rappaport; vice 1 resident, Ralph Bargteil; vice president, Sol von Zamft; treasurer. Hy Friedman, financial .-cm t. TV. I-oo Landis; corresponding B< en tary, Sol Bodian. Recording secretary, Hoe Feingold; monitor. Sid Haskoe: warden, Sam Meyers; and guardian Irwin Sirkin An important milestone in the history of Maule and Don Antonio Ferre officiate at ribbon-cut which formally ooen Maule's new qeneral of Maule is the widow of Evert Price Maule. fou first plant at Ojus, midway between Miami a Antonio is founder of Ferre Industries, one of P Last November. Ferre Industries acquired con ical Research Corporation. While retired as ac serves as an advisor to his four sons, Jose, Lu operate all the properties owned by Ferre In mill, two cement companies, a steamship com man of the board of Maule Industries, and Lu newly appointed president of the company. Industries is shown here as Mrs. E. P. Maule ting ceremonies with a pair of six foot scissors fice building at 5220 Biscayne blvd. Mrs. nder of Maule Industries, who established the nd Ft. Lauderdale, over 40 years ago. Don uerto Rico's largest industrial organizations, trolling stock in Maule Industries from Chemtive head of Ferre Industries. Don Antonio still is, Carlos and Herman, who now own and dustnes, which include a glass factory, paper pany. a dry dock and a foundry. Jose is chairis is a member of the board. M. F. Pafford is Dcrfi Club to Mt Dad's Club of the Biscm. *.i mentary School, Miami BeLh ^ hold their final n^w**^] school year on T ll( -c| a y %vl %  May 17. Election „f $ t £*H take place. ,cers Yon CM Urttk All The Iced Tea YM Want WITHOUT Gaining A 8inj! Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIEM Pen Harmlm '— TIIII Guaranteed Non-Fatteniat, > DM M MI the table— urn it far i 4-Oz Size Bottle.. Only 75 AVAILABLE AT YOUtl LOCAL FOOD STORI: : Gables Center Schedules Picnic, Musicale Sunday Art Eltinger. chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish (.'enter picnic committee, will preside at the an nual picnic held Sunday in I'randon Park, starting at 10 a.m. Father-son competitions and ujhter-mother fanes will be featured Some 450 boys and girls from the religious and Hebrew schools will participate Milt Russinoff. chairman of the ter mu.-icale evening held Sunday. May 15 at the Center, an nounces the soloist, Mi^s Ksther Roberts, scholarship pianist, and members of the Miami Opera Guild as participants. Election Meeting Wednesday Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Onter will meet Wedne-l.i> evening at the Center to elect terhood officers for 1955-56 Search Going on For Courteous Who is Miami's most courteous bus driver"* That is what the Worn en Division of the Miami Cham i ber of Commerce wants to know | To find the an-wor they are spon taring a weekly contest, for four week-, asking the public to choose the man who will then be given, as a prize, a weekend vacation with hifamily From the four weekly winners a grand prize winner will be chosen who. with his family, will be guest of David Wark, manager of the Ocean Ranch hotel. The first contest, which slarted Apr. 17 and closed Apr. 23. was conducted by Mrs J H. Martell, director of Civic Affairs. Letters must be 100 words or lest, indicating that their nominee has performed acts of courtesy beyond the line of duty, and Bus drivers nominated must be an employee of the Miami Transit Com D F. Wood received a citation 1 for being Miami's most courteous bus driver of the week in the first contest here The letter nominating Wood for the award came from Vivian Blackwell. 276 NW 48th ct. Compare TETLET TEA with any •tfctr brand •fAMOUS •INC.! ID7 then Compare TETLET TEA with any other braird trim*/ Guaranteed Kesherlabbi Jacaa Cakes '/ WANT MY MILK" 'It's up to the public to decide." soys Mrs. J. H. Martell. director cf Civic Affairs lor the Women's Division ol the Miami Chamber of Commerce as she and Mr. E. P. Pawley (extreme left back row) vice president of the Miami Transit Company, discuss plans with J. J. Tepley (white shirt, back row), superintendent of North Dade Division. 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)AY, MAY 13. 1955 -Jewlstnorldtor JEHC rS HAHt 10 CHANGE SUNDAY icial Service Bureau Breakfast Will Consider its Progress to Date Continued from Pnge> 1 B rehabilitation goes on. In 1954, m i received 11 new families. gurances, as required by law, t,e been submitted, which will |ng 25 more families to our comInity between now and the end Jl956. Their coming will largely Ipc'iid upon how the Refugee Re|f Act of 1953 is administered. It this community has done its rl to make a more secure life hsible for them." %  In 1950, the agency contributed Tthe development of the shelterworkshop. The steps were tak:.v^: Herbert Scher ii. through staff selection and [immunity education, to announce counseling service. By the beling of 1953. the counseling Jrogram was underway. The ageny, a member of Family Service Association of America, instituted fee-charging program. In November 1953, at the re luest of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, responsibility was accepted for the creation of a vocational service program. "Experimental at first, it quickly demonstrated the existence of unmet need for vocational guidance and counseling, and for special efforts in job placement," Herbert Scher, chairman of the JSSB vocational service department, said. According to Scher, taking over the administration of the workshop, originally sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, the department found that a sheltered workshop program continued to be necessary and should be extended to more handicapped people. "Accepted by Federation as one of the basic and permanent welfare services needed by the Jewish community, vocational service is now stabilized as a continuing department of the agency," Scher revealed. The position of director of the department has been unfilled, with the agency's administration seeking to employ only a person who could make a significant professional contribution to Greater Miami. Such a person. Dr. Herbert Sanderson, author of an important text on vocational guidance, has accepted the position. "With his coming, it is expected that there will be an increased emphasis on vocational guidance and counseling service," Scher said. Board planning and action to bring into existence foster placement of Jewish children in a program under Jewish auspices was resumed in 1952, with a request for Community Chest funds for this purpose. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has acted as child care committee chairman. After approval for such a service had again been obtained from the Community Chest and the Welfare Planning Council, the agency failed to obtain an actual cash allocation, Mrs. Myers said. "The whole issue was publicized in the annual meeting of 1954, and the participation of Federation in planning for the creation of the service was requested." Earlier, she explained, exploratory conversations with the Jewish Children's Service of Atlanta aroused the interest of that regional child care agency in wanting to help a sectarian child placement service get under way in Miami. Their exploration of Jewish child care needs concurred with the findings and recommendations of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. "A Federation committee on PAGE 7 B Mrs. Stanley C. Myers child care also supported the agency's efforts. The Florida State Department of Welfare reviewed the plans and proposed policies of the program and granted a license to the agency in October, 1954. Although no special additional allocation was received, the agency obtained the approval of the Welfare Planning Council budget committee to apply part of its allocation to the cost of the placement of children. This, together with a subvention to be granted experimentally by the Jewish Children's Service of Atlanta over a period of two years, at last has made the beginning of this program possible in 1955," Mrs. Myers said. Board committee under the leadership of Mrs. Myers is now developing the policies which will govern agency practice. Her committee has reviewed the experience of many other child care agencies in its desire to be guided by the best practices elsewhere. "The i new services, which it is expected will begin operating by the end of June, will include foster placement, adoption and care of unwed mothers," Mrs. Myers revealed. Not content with creating and absorbing into practice these new developments the agency is also insistent that there must be more and wider facilities for the care of older people. For more than five years it has given staff time to help applicants to the Jewish Home for the Aged with the admission process. Under the aegis of David Catsman, chairman of the JSSB committee on care of the aged, last year, this cooperative relationship was extended, with some case work service Doing provided to residents of the Home. Older people living in the community have come to the office for casework help. "Although one fifth of the people served are 65 or over, these services are not believed to be nearly sufficient, for they do not provide an active enough program to reach the many other people who live in the community and need help," Catsman said. "Service for older people, particularly, must be varied and flexible. Proposals have already been made that the agency have another department, one to serve old people. This would begin to include such procedures as private residential care in families for older folks, friendly visiting for the homebound and homemaker service. These proposals received the approval of the Senior Citizens Division of the Welfare Planning Council." JSSB is a member of Community Chest, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County, Family Service Association of America and the Jewish Occupational Council. Executive director Camonor was for the last year chairman of the Family and Child Care Division of the Welfare Planning Council and is a member of the executive committee of the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. Its president, Mrs. Ackerman, is on the board of and a technical consultant to the Jewish Children's Service of Atlanta and is a member of the national committee on Care of Disturbed Children of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Its last president, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, is vice chairman of the committee to survey family and child care needs in Dade County. 4# Roof leak! Let us repair it or opply • new one. For tree) estimate phone 9-5274 Acme Roofing Co. } PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. PERSONALIZED SEtVICI "AIT" "MAWr" "MAI" COULTON BROS. 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PAGE 8 B -Jetvlsti fhrk&an %  QjIPAY^MAY 13 Beauty Queen Title On Block May 28 Miami Beach will be represented by three candidates who will cum pete for the title of "Queen of the R< -e Ball," get for May 28 at Dinner Key Auditorium. The annual ball of the Florists cinfon of Greater Miami ia benefit for the Cancer Institute. v Ruba \V. Clement^ b chairman. The Beach candidates, along with lb" others from Greater Mi ami, were introduced Tuesday at a reception in the Biscayne Terrace h-•!el. They include Arlene Toni Tarshis. TO. of 1175 Marseille dr. sponsored by the Miami Beach I'nit of the Woman'! Auxiliary of the I Institute; Harolyn Lapkoff, lf>. of 7445 Dfekcaa ave. %  sored by the Pilot Club Intern;:ti'>n.il of Miami: and Carol Ann Kilter. 16. 2875 Pinetree dr.. sponil by the Be-Ko-^ unit of the Women's Auxiliary of the eer Institute Both Harolyn and %  %  I re juniors at Miami Beach Jl ih School. Candidates were chosen by units %  %  I 'be Women's Auxiliary of the rer Institute, or by civic and service groups anxious to aid in the fijiht against cancer The candidate whose sponsoring unit or sponsor group raises the most noaej for th< institute through ball ti'-ket *ales will he named queen Her attendants will be the sis runnerup Coordinating efforts of the Cancer Institute Women's Auxiliary, through which all proceeds will be donated, are Mrv K F. Ravlin. president: Mrv A H. Dawson of Miami Beach, president-elect; and Mrs, Fied Rouse. Miami Sh Miami Beach candidates for "Queen of the Rose Ball" are 'left to richt Carol Ann Euster, Harolyn LapoH and Arlene Toni Tarshis Hall Urges Promotion For South Beach Area Charles 'Chuck' Hall, candidate f'>r city council, announces the opening of headquarters in four i locations covering Miami Beach: Wa-hineton ave between 4th and 5th sts 15th st and Washington ave.. 41st st near Alton rd : and 625 "1st >t Hall, businessman and former teacher at Northwestern Inner sity. this ueek emphasized "that one of the most important issues of Miami Beach today is to understand the children's problems and see that they have a good normal environment with plenty of planned recreation.*' Hall advocated more playgrounds and an extensive juvenile program. Hall also said he believes that promotion and publicity are the lifeblood of Miami Beach, "and that with the proper promotion and coordination the South Shore of the Beach, which has a direct bearing on the entire economy of the cit. can be one of the greatest tourist attractions, providing apartments in this area." National Fund Council To Honor Sam Prosterman Meeting of the Jewish National I Fund Council of Greater Miami will be held Wednesday evening. 18 in the patio of Temple Bih Sholom. Mr and Mrs Sam Prosterman will be presented with a grove of 1.000 %  • %  • %  planted in Israel hy Jewish National Fund workers hf-re. in honor and recognition of j their long yean Of devoted sen-ice to .TNT loseph Pardo. well known for his rendition of Israeli song.--, will present a musical skit. He will be accompanied by Hy B. Fried, or• of Temple Beth Sholom. Daniel M. Broad is president of the Council. Shevuoth Noodle Dish Bake Sale Due Friday Ladles Auxiliary. Coral Gables Po-t JWV. will hold it.s first an nual bake sale Friday. Members ol the auxiliary will be stationec* outside Dorothy Ann's. 136 Mir acle Mile, and the Miracle Theater. 280 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables, from 9 a.m. until all the baked goods are sold. Proceeds will go towards the Auxiliary s child welfare and V.A. Hospital work. /Sivit^J> Coffee Shop A COMPLETE MEAL that combines traditional dairy foods served on Shevuoth in a tempting modern way is the newest recipe offering from the home economics department of Horowitz-Margareten Easy to prepare, the holiday dish is ideal for warm wpaihcr Hays ahead. NOODLE MEAL IN A DISH • pouna package HOROWITZMARCARETEN Broad Noudle< %  4 cup sour cream 1 cup collate cheer 3-ounce package cream cheese 3 shces bread 2 tablespoons vinegar K^.,5„ k "i >odl :T acc ordin B to package directions and arrange on bottom and sides of large shallow casserole Combine sour cream, cottage cheese and cream cheese Spread over noodles and heat in moderate oven. 350' F. Meanwhile, make croutons' by cutting bread in cubes and browning ,n 1 tablespoon oil ?n frying pan Combine water and vinegar and drop croutons n TzSSSl C .? k 0tUOn ,' PfSS"' and arllc shtly infrymg nan n additional 'i cup oil. Add remaining vegetables and cook until just tender. Season with salt and pepper. Remove casserole from oven and put vegetables on top. Serve hot. 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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1955 Roth Platform Told In Campaign Talk "I'll match my record in the Council with anyone's," Councilman Burnett Roth told a group of campaign workers this week. "I vhall listen only to the voice of the people." Addressing a meeting at his headquarters early this week, Koth said, "my candidacy will be a challenge to those who seek to stop the growth of our city. I will continue trying to make the City of Miami Beach the most modern and forward-looking city in the country. To this aim, I dedicate all my energies, and I ask the support of all those who want a better government and a better place in which to live." Roth is complet ing his sixth year in the Miami Beach City Council. Roth said that he will continue to work for the establishment of a nursery school for children of working mothers and for the development of the four and a half acre tract at Government Cut, recently leased by the city from the U.S. Army Engineers, on which tract he wants to see constructed a botanical garden, a miniature or children's zoo and picnic grounds. He said his platform includes the pursuance of a program to secure a nine-hole golf course, the construction of a new convention hall to house large conventions and a demand for expansion of -JmistincrMtorj Mrs. Tacke to Entertain At Literary Tea Here Mrs. Ethel Takce, of Miami Beach, will entertain at a literary tea Tuesday, May 17, honoring Lisl Bi elwho loaves June 1 for a summer stay in Glacier National Park. Mrs. Beer, artist, poet and world traveler, has her first novel, "Island Invaded," with a New York publisher. She is a client of literary agent Mrs. Takce. Guests invited include poet Lisa Antonova (Mrs. Martin Feinman), Dr. Sanel Beer, Helga Eason, community relations director of the Miami Public Library, Miami Herald art and music critic Doris Reno, Miami Daily News' art critic Nellie Bower, Elizabeth May, Jean Gordon Riley, Eve Tucker, Anthony Walke, Martha Chase, Mrs. Leo Mindlin, Beatrice Washburn, Lucy Salamanca, Perry Fleischman, Reyna Youngerman. Jessica Robinson, Eunice Langfield, Theo dosia LeBarbara, Mertie Hof and Helen Alpert. The tea will be held in Mrs. Takce's home, 1512 Pennsylvania ave. PAGE 9 B public school facilities on Miami Beach. He pointed out the importance of an expanded advertising program to benefit apartment house owners, as well as hotels and other businessmen. Councilman Burnett Roth is cited at a weekly luncheon of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith for his "outstanding work in behalf of handicapped persons in the State of Florida." A plaque praising Roth's efforts is here presented Roth by Leo Axlrod, chairman of the Miami Chamber of Commerce handicapped persons placement committee. Looking on is Ted Wayne, of the B'nai B'rith handicapped persons placement committee, and Gershon Miller, chairman of the luncheon. Jfe> 10Nm • QUINIELAS EVERY RACE • DAILY DOUBLE 1st* 2nd • POST TIME 8:00 P.M. • NO MINORS ADMITTED to or on the premiie* ADMISSION 25c — GATES OPEN 6:30 SEE YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER FOR DIRECT BUS ROUTES TO THE TRACK Stole Suprvi*d Parimuhwl Wagwing %  "^nrnTwi.M .•... H? "•*• • •• %  fy FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER # MIAMI'S MOST UAUTimi JEWISH fUHlKAL HOMt 24-Heur Amhalance Service *W W. HAMM STRUT, MIAMI Phono 4-4414 MITCHELL JACOiY, Mir. A*W YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR \ featuring BIOGRAPHIES OF WORLD CAHTORS STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME 380 N.W. 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PAGE 10 B FRIDAY MAY Hadassah Groups ctWity iJ'r^^^J %  aba -. '-:' Tr of tke HnhrtU SaaMjawara MK, oa Taw-i Grew* af m i ts a s k will be held!. %  Ike Tessa* ZJ^S ftOM Bkf ;6. at the MMiM ..,%  '.^ ^ hotel ad win fotm bi Imac Ltknu77**1 Ml ,ifc,,__ ^*^^^ -... •• %  -. __. ^ww^^ an. anBtnei "-> IM •-.. >*4*. Mm Eteabetb Zeatler. chaar__ *. **•*• %  a f the %  BiiBTBH iiiillii. ""V % % % %  id for tkn, ^ m the Mkmt state: • ** Mn. Seas Hawaii. Ale* Mrs. Jaeak C Capiaa. Mrs Frwwa. Mrs. Sdeyf. ffor** ran rrifi secretary— Mn FraaSeeia! secretary—Mrs. Loots C.! c-. ESAKOVICM Kan*, f ia saris s c xr e taay — Mrs., t ** % %  %  *- %  P* Btrt *t a Ham Decki In —in sfi RB. aweta Zeaurr. naaaoai secretary far daes— Mrs. Ceha Kaka: parbattanaa— Mrs. Harold Mehuek. [ Gaoert J &f aw x*> T f T^ -? !" "] !" 1 •* %  %  %  *** *" %  Beack Ladar Baai rmk aaa has -*.*-*ered a* secretary f ke r> JW.^^ < State Featoataaa af B'mai ftTntk = ••-** c ^ tens c Mr tbmr • a f 'MII U far ft. tic w arrM m Itnr*^< % • • "*•* %  %  %  % %  Mrs. S iaaey Baas will be iafor her second tersa as of Herd Group of Haitk Mrs. Loeis Goldaaaa as sastalbac o fficer Laackeea will be beU at tke Beef & M restaaraat. Dade bird, aad Akaa Ward, arrwritifill aad will eatertasB. Mrs Harry Aa anaraey. a — *-•**** *"* ***? ; SarilH %  *. E:•; a aaacaavr. Jc THANK YOU U Om Man* f rietWs far rfjew ffiW lipreisi—i W SfSMMfay MRS. SAM (DA) COttSI ^f FAMAY MR. Ud MRS. M COWN •*. DAUGtfTB SAMUEL. COHC1 n %  lllMlj ^ X MM MM %  a *S BMacs. aaaM -* away • a a rvai. • a hral liwjual *f Mhmit EH ca NT 11 raora. a %  %  *< CW atft aaataa aaa sa it. a ra 1 ij H m n*i hf siavSfa. Ma. aaa a kraaa•r. B>a *aa. aa •tiaracr la u*. %  >•. Bartal aa at tka Beta *< %  > PSM •< nt. asaaj CIBIIUI. He m nr<>t4 T aim. s. will iaatal tke of officers for tke rrtanar. year oa Maaday afteraooa at tke Moate Carlo hateL Mrs. Beraard Steseaa. pruciaa coordinator, win iaataDtbe CTE.nacac by Mrs. Dasnei Sierafield. presi leieet Laanard Yoaac of tke Carlo kateL will botei wkea Mrs. trniatiil. will grve af two years. Also will rj^e rkeir fiaal af officers will Jack ••..£ (CM r *twt of tke recent, State RegioB aieetkhs will! be presented by Mrs Martin Gold '. trim. > !" ^w !" "> %  Maawjavaa. %  %  & %  > w> H *a>j w*oaa wfwjaaa_, I I av ijt. xw%. aaa. c**" wUJ %  •• %  Wedawadae-e. f : % %  3 >t aa a. aaara. mat May IB. at tke litz Plan aata,--._ a, .. S'lg : 1 ? tt l J ^ Mr5 Alfred UTTlCr IftStwfldnMM f^*" pr e H i Vnt Rwaaiajo Indaa. B'aai B'ntk. SebeduJed is a playlet. -Seven •U anstatl officers Saaday ereStep "* Histary." eelebratioa May 22. at Joe Danes. 1751 J ^ l5,, Sut "y af offr; Btseayne brrd. CVurscaa of'the ***** vifl ** Ted --"im in. fn-nalUac cers r *P rl of *be officer will be Jack rim bbaam vvat>,B %  *** >a Vest Palat Beacs past presadem. la charr* of reser 7 > <• 3ta be p*en by Mrs. • t^s t Beraard Leviae r !" 1 %  > %  • Mn I Caok. Mrs. >ass Label aad Mns MarneMarfa. aad saaaaer plans la, tke' MSeopu< croap of Hadassah w>U bare tkesr next recalar aaeetm and esectioa of officers aa witk Sytru Pass wifl be are* %  Dmiel Crarsu. imaidcat f tke Coral Gable. ZaaTor P*^ *** > AjBerica. will be West speaker 806 Saeria. Ianersity of M%  law sekool •oa tke K^k f MI\MI BUIH — Of the Bar £^ **••* He istke um o* Mr aad Mrs. Aaraa ii1B44SW 13UI St. ku-T ^^ LIT" 6LASS {£"*" MMOSI I *-* U A G. Glass atsdj Mlrrr wtrtLs 13SS.W. M1S4. MY PLEDGE I wi continue to fight for the rights of ALL people, be they rich or poor regardless of the CRITICISM or ABUSE levelled at me by groups seeking special privileges or favors RE-ELECT BURNETT ROTH COUNCILMAN PUU LEVER8A •-* r*i A*>



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)AY. MAY 13. 1955 LEGAL NOTICE riCt UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .iTK'E I* HEREBY GIVEN thnt fiuiil. tsigned. ilesiring to etlRI under the fh-tltleius name ol IK \ ItAUlO & TELEVISION IjWNY, "t 7347 S.W. SIli St. n to register twlcl name with the ,,, the Circuit Court of pnde hi\ Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW t.TH'K IS HKHKI1Y (1IVEN thnt [undersigned, desiring to engage In K under the fictitious name of |i\v\ JEWEL COURT, at 3475 1st Ave., Miami, Intend to regsald iuune with ihr Clark of the it Court of Ilude County, Florida. HIEPERICK MM.I,KK and THERESA MILLER \, % %  .'• %  •:! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTIi'E IS HEREBY (5IVEN that I undersigned, dealiiiiK to engage In Iness under the fictitious name of %  >R MARKET, at 2221 S.W. 17th intend to register said name l.-rk of the Circuit Court V County, Florida. fill 1.11* 4: H'SE CANTOR 13-M-K INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ItiTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that i.mie rslgned, desiring to engage in ItnenH under the fictitious name of Burn sU.ES, at 'J117 N Miami %  Dot, intends to register Mild name Bi the Clerk "f the circuit Court ] <.MIC '''imtv, Florida. MYRON LB HO V Kit. Sole owner L|3.2 i-:'7 LEGAL NOTICE +Jew 1st nortdUan PAGE 11 B IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF TUB "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND CHANrFR E v C UN TY FLORIDA. IN CMANCtHY. fu n OQ7C9 BOTHER ZOO, Plaintiff. N OT88 l.ons ZEO, Defendant. TO:ffiSf"S8 PUBUCAT,ON jrer to the BUI of Complatnt'on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer lit the office of the clerk of in., circuit Court, on or in fore tha -'3rd day of May. IMS, otherwise tha allegations of said Hill ol complaint will he taken as confessed against you. is :'0th day of April, II..,., E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, (Seal) Made County, Florida By It. ir. HICK. Jit Deputy Clerk GEORGE .1. TALIANOFT Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla i/a-ti B/I-II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE. IS IIEKKMY C1VEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage in • business under the fictitious name <>f SAMUEL .1 HOHENBE1N. at S0, < ongress Hldg., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ilade County, Florida SAMUEL J. HORENRETN MARX r^ER 1 ""^ "-'""1 -" Attorney for Applicants 111'-' Congress Bliht. 4/22-29 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |rlTICK IS HEREBY HIVKN that undersigned, desliing to engage in bness under the fictitious name of |E IHIITHDAY SHOP, at ran? S.W, St., intend to register said name Ih the Clerk of the Circuit Court fl'aiie County, Florida. HENRI DUGAN .MILDRED A. DLGAN tSSLER & CARS Jorneya for Applicants |2 W. l-iagl.r St. t 17 — t/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 11 IKE Is HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engageIn rn ss under the fictitious name of SHARON ANN BEAUTY ll."V at 13627 N.W. 7th Ave.. Ilh Miami. Fla.. intend to register |ri name with the clerk of the I'Ult Vurt of Hade County, KlorfSlARIA R. SI'ltlMiER [IIEKMAN H. SPRINGER, Owners %  I.I.ACE N. MARR nney fcr Applicants • %  l.iseayne Hldg. 1.1-2(1-27 — 6/3. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHEHY OIVEN that mi.l.-rsigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of IK IHlREKO BAR. at 1321 North \ve., intends to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit nut nf Made County, 1'lorlda. AI.I.I5RT I.1PS S HUTZ, Own,, pSSI.ER CAHS i ueys for Applicant $ %  : W. llagler St. 1.1-20-27 -i t/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW nTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In %  i n ss under the fictitious name of [AI.DMAN-S HOTEL, at 4041 Col>Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. He nds lo register said name with Clerk Mtl the Circuit Court of %  County. Florida. WAl.I'M AN REALTY COUP. .V Florida corporation l-MtK SII.VKHSTEIN • t.Tiie.N for Appllcanl 11 I-in, oln Road. Miami lleac h, Fla [i::2-27 — I -, NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Iluicl.y given that the hip heretofore subsisting I.-; %  "? %  I">RA MALTBR, JEAN I'l.l.HC ami HOSE GREEK• : '"I a n vine mi IniMmanufacturlng, huylng and [ drapes and draperies and al'' •'.'' • %  "• %  -. and op< ration of a %  i< anlna agi ncj under the firm I • "' SUN duperies. 512 N.W I }'• % % %  Miami, Florida, ha V ived by mutual -.. i j -. m. the iih da.v of May, ] %  •:,:,. so t.,. %  "is ih, nld DORA MALTEK > etin s from the said firm. All dUc to anil .nviiig U\ the I "on will i„. ,...,., | V1 ,i and m d • ,, } h> JEW (lOLDBERG I'"' HOSE OREENBERG, who will | arrj h< said business ""-bin under the style of in Draiierles. ''Hi day of Alav, INK MoKA MAI.TER JEAN GOLDBERG RObR GREENBERG ""'COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28741-B ISTATE Ol ';'•; .Mill, c FRIEDMAN, a/k/a ^t4iJi-_''FRIEDMAN. Dc, SJL CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR v ,-,.. f'NAL DISCHARGE N >1 H.L is hereby given that I have i m.v final report and petition tor '"•" Disc harge as Administratrix of estate c,f BKKNAI.'D V PRIEDu HERN IE C I RIEDMAN, 1 and Unit on the 15th da> of "'.ix'"* wl apply to the Honor>"P VNK li. HOWLING, County '"" '; f Pade County. Florida, for "vai „t. said final report and for dis. ham., a. Administratrix of Kirtat* of HER.NAKD c FRIEP %  K a BEHNIE i I It 111! > 1 sed. '"' day Of Mav. 1955. 'CIO FRIEDMAN. Adinlnlstratilx of the Estat. nf HRRNARD C. FRIEDMAN. k/a BER.NIE C. FRIEDMAN. ,..,,„ ., Deceased '• %  "RGE J. TAUANOFF •Mtorney for Admlnlstiatrlx ii d"'^'" 1 R4. Miami Beach. Fla. •' 13-10-17 — /J |.M IN, I'hii LEGAL NOTICE ; 'CiRco NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAPITAL INVESTMENT cv HOME LOAN COMPANY. Not inc., al :::n:i W. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. Intends tn register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL M SCHACK, Sole Owner GOLDMAN ,v GOLDSTEIN Attorneys fur Registrant l/tt-19 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,. engage in business under the fictitious name of CHAMPAGNE HoCR HAH. al 1807 N.W, 7t)i Ave., intends to regisier said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner KE8SLER & GARS Mtnrneyn for Applicant ITS] W Flagler St 4/29 — S/6-M-1D IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 17*976 ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff vs. „ E. J. U1RSON, also known as ELIZABETH J. GIBSON, et al. Defendants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AND ORDER TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: K. J. GIBSON, also known as ELIZABETH J. GIBSON, If single, and if married, her husband whose name is unknown, 3311 Northwest 13th Street, Washington. DC; RICHMOND HART1LL GlliSoV, If single, and If married, MRS. RICHMOND HARTILL (1IBSON, whose liven name Is unknown, HI! Northwest 13th Street, Washington, i>. C; CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON. If single, and If married, MRS. CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON, whose given name Is unknown, Mil Northwest 13th Street, Washington, D. C.: SYLVIA MAE GIBSON, if single. and if married, her husband wliose n line Is unknown. 3311 N.W. 13th Street. Washington, D, C: M.VIN J CAY and N A MA ISABEL CAY, bis wife. 1311 Northwest 13th Street, Washington. D. C: MORGAN .1 M.VWES and LYLA MAZDA HAWKS, his wife, 3311 Northwest 13th street, Washington, D C : DOROTHY VIOLA GIBBON, if single, .mil if married,* her hugband a li" %  i %  Is unknown, :::'.n Northwest ISth Street, Washington, D. C; M LA HELEN QIBKON, If single, and if married, her husband whose name la unknown, :::;n Northwest ISth street, \\ ishlngton, M. C. All unknown heirs, dot grant' ea, creditors or othar parlies claiming by, through, under or against the above named dedefendants, not known to be dead ..i alive: And also all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any tight, title or Intereal In the property which is the pubJeel matter of this suit, said property King and being in Dade County, lli'ilda. and more particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Lots M. 17, 3S and SS, Bio. k !>. COMMERCIAL LIBERTY 'ITY SECOND SCC'I'ION. according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Cook is at Pag.' 55 of Hie Public Records of Dade Counts'. Florida. TOU AND EACH OF TOP are hereby notified that a suit has been filed in the above-named Court by tfecj Plaintiff alio\.naineil. for the purpose of quieting title of the Plaintiff In and to the property Involved hereinabove described ___.,_„r TQV ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the ,Ui .lav of June. 1S55. and In default of such Aonesrance. s Decree Pro (Vmfeaan will he entered against you and each of vou. DONE AND ORDERED at the Court House In Dade County, Florida, this 27 day of April. I{. B, 11 LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Curt By: WM. W STOCKING Deputy HEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff liiK sevi.i.lit Building, Miami 31. Fla. 4/ — 5/6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE 'ClRCOlT COOT VZi? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN S HA N F ERY No. 178645 .-"AMI LI. SANDERS, Plaintiff OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS. Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR 1": OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS Reside*** I'nknown ALL IN KNOWN helra, devlsi-es. iiini.n. creditors or other parties claiming Kr, through, under or against OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS; AND AI.so, as to the above-named defendant-individual, if she he deceased, and all unknown heirs, devisees, srantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or again-! such Defendant; and also \l.l. OTHER and unknown pSTSOna having or claiming to have any right, nth or interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dad* County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: COMMENCING at the Intersection of the Westerly right-of-way line of The County Road (otherwise known as Homestead Avenue extended) and the North line of |,.,i of Section 5, Township M South. Range 40 East, lying Westerly of said County Road or Hom.-strail Avenue extended, according to a Plat made by A. V Miiob'.v, C E., and recorded In Book 1 of Plats at Page 4 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; THENCE run West along the North line of said Lot 5, %  dc tancc V 11'!* fast to a point, which is the POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE run South a distance of "ai feet to a point; THENCE run W'IM a distance of 100 feet to s point; THENCE run North a distance of .".0 feet to a point; THENCE run East a distance of PHI feel i" the POINT ol BEGINNINO, being a piece of land j" feet deep and 100 feet frontage: EXCEPT AND LESS, a strip of land .'." foot deep and 10 feet frontage, described as follows; COM MENCING at the Intersection of the Westerly right-of-way line of The County Road (otherwise known as Homestead Avenue extended) and the North llm of Lot %  •. Section 5, To unship 56 South. Range 40 Bast, lying Westerly of said County Road or Homestead Avenue eMended, according to Plat made by A A Dnoley. C.E., and recorded in Plat Book I. Page 4 of the Public !!• ordl of Dade County, Florida; thence run West along the North line of -aid Lot 5 a distance of 170 feet, more or less, to a POINT OP BEGINNING; THENCE run South a distance of SO foot to a iiolnt: THENCE run West a distance of 10 feet to a point; THENCE run North I dlStance of SO feet to a point; THENCE run East a distance of 10 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNINO. YOU AND EACH OF YOl' are hereby notified that a suit has been filed iii the above-named Court by I !< %  above-named Plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining a divorce, a vlnculo matrimonli, of and from the Defendant, and a fee simple Interest In the undivided one-half interest of the Defendant. ol.I.lE MAE SANDERS, In and to the property hereinabove and particularly dese rib.-d YOl" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED to file your answer or other defensive pleading to Plaintiffs Complaint In said suit with the Clerk of.said Court and to serve a ,(,pv thereof upon BEN KSSKN. Attornev for Plaintiff In said suit, at 1014 svvbold Building. Miami :;2. Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May, 1S55. Herein fall not or Decree Pro Cnnfcsso will be entered against you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade Countv, Florida, this 18th day Of April. IMS v ..HATHEUMAN. Clerk of the. Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, (Seal) Deputy Cleik 4/22-29 — 5/6-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under thefictitious name .,t MODERN FRUIT SHIPPERS, at IS19 Washington Ave Miami p.e.oh. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court ol Dad* County, Florida. CCS Al.TEKSoN KKSSLER i CARS Atinvii.y. for Applicant \:-: W. l-lnglrr St. I/If — 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name. e,r VARIETY SERVICE STATION, at 560 Washington AvsnUe, Miami Beach, hlorida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tn* Circuit Court of I lade t'ounty, Floi Ida. JESSIE VA Rio and BALL I GOODMAN, owners FREDERICK N. HARAD. ESQ. Attorney fe,r Jessie Varin and Sally Coodman s/is-so-xi i i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name, of HoWEI.I. C EASE INSURANCE AGENCY, at 137" Washington Avenue. Miami I'.eaeh, Florida, lnte-nd to regisier said name with the Clark of the iTi cult COUrl of Mad.County, I ioriela. lloWEI.L C (CASE—50* JACK KRAI Si: "iic S/lS-tt-fl — 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LE BERN1 STUDIOS, at 7809 Blecayne Blvd., Intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of thecircuit Court of Dade County. Florida. _._. .. RELMA LEO CORPORATION MAN KOOAN Attorney for Applicants I Lincoln ltd Pddg. :, 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 TEACHM \V Plaintiff DORWARD FRANCIS TEACHMAN, a.I.ml SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DORWARD KKANCis TEACHM IN ISI Sunn) side l louI#vard Dumont. New J ,,.,, You .,! % % %  ii.iein notified thai a I.ill Of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are requir..,1 to serve a copy of your AIM Pleading t.e the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Vttornc ya, ARONOVITZ, ARONOV1TZ ,v CAIMIN, IS Beybold Building, Miami, florid file tileOriginal Answer Ot Pleading in tinoffloe of the Clerk of 'he Clr,.,,ii Court on "i before lh 23rd daj of \i |S86. if you fall to d judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint This notice shall be published once ,a,h week t"t four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ISth day of April, A O, ,9i5 E It LEATHERMAN. eh i k. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M c. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ A CAID1N Attorneys for Plaintiff ;8 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERStBY OIVEH that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JEWISH 1--MHCM ON THE AIR. at r.n.l SW 17th Avenue. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Mrcui, Court of D.d^Coun ( y. ; n, ; r. N da. MARY SE1DEN 4/S2-JS 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the tlctitioiis name "f CARIBBEAN NOVELTIES, at I6S1 Washington Avenue. Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da4e County, Florida. ALFRED HEILBERG (partner) I.OTTIE HEILBERG (partner) KURT WELL1SCH 4/29 — 5/6-13-211 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION /N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178656 .M-: \N A. CRI 'U'i.EY, Plaintiff vs. CHARLES J. CROWLEY, JR., Hfife IT FOR DIVC RLES J citoV 45th Street, la. New Yj| You *je litauby ..I i "omfda mi foi I >i \ ori %  filed against you. and you ST* quired to serve a copy of your Answi or Pleading to the Bill of Complali on the plaintiffs Attorney, HILTON II RICHMOND. 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, ami fll the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk e,f the Circuit Court on ni before the 23rd day pf May, IMS. If you fall to do so. .ludgmeiit by default will be taken against you for the relict demanded in the BIN) of Complaint. This notice .-hall be published each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.oRI I H AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 18th day of April. A I'. It&S. I E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court. Hade County, Florida By H. II. RICE. JR. (Circuit Court Seal i Deputy Clerk MILTON H. RICHMOND Attorney for Plaintiff l Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida 4/22-29 — 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai li,,. unile-rsigni-d. desiring III 'lie business under th* fictitious name of LEWIS & LEWIS, at 21 DuPonl Building, Miami, intend to register -aid name with the Clerk of tile l'i cull Court "f Hade Countv. Florida. J. HERALD LEWIS' D. ROBERT LEWIS 5/6-13-21-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ..f ALHAMBRA SUNDRIES, at 12105 N.W. 7th Avenue-. North Miami, intend to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY WEI8ER JNNIE WKISKR HERBERT WE1SER NADI.EK ,v TUNICK Attorneys tor Applicants 412 Blscayne Hldg. 4/29 — 5/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863 CHARLES MAL1.NK, Plaintiff GARNET i: MA1.1NK. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: GARNET E. MA LIN K 4nt Hussa Street Linden, New Jersey YOP ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to sei ve a copy of your answer to the Bin of Complaint for Divorce in the above cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In th* office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the SSth dav ..f May, IS5S, otherwise said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will be. taken as confe s sed by you. Dated this 2:ith day of April, 13"., K I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dad* County. Florida BY WM W. STOCKING Deputy cb-rk MYERS, HE1MAN .v KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 630 Seybold Building, Miami IS, florlda l .".1 — :, 6-1J-S0 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 178953 HELEN I'ESTKRd ZKPPKNFKI.DI. plaintiff, GEORGE ZKPPENKKI.DT. i lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE p GEORGE ZEl'PENf KI.DT Signal 1' 1 t. Wadi st.iteT. Island, N.-u York foil are hen bj n il Hi d thai of C plaint I11' ha be; n igalnat you. and "i J|1 ,.,1 to set" %  ips of v.,in Answer or Pleading to Ih* B 11 of Complaint on p| a m attorney. IIB CHERTKOI 601 IHympla Building, and fife th Igmal or Pleading in the ofl the cierk of tincircuit Court mi or the Twenty-si vepth as Max, ISS5. if you f.iil to do 10, J al• meiii bj default will be taken you for Hi, 1 e lief demanded in theinn of 'omplalnt. ,,, This notice shall be published one* each "CMS '"' four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'l.oRIDIA N. HONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this S7th day Of April. A.n. 1955. K 1; LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. 1 MI, County, Florida. II, .11 CAN COtlRNOYER (Circuit Com 1 s. -I, GEORGE CHERTKOF 1,117 Olmpla Building Miami 32, I-1 la Attorney tor Plaintiff It-St DepUt) Clerk NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17902! ANNA ARONSON, Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH ARONSON, Defendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO JOSEPH ARONSON L'L'HT North Saltord Street Philadelphia SI, Pennsylvania You, JOSEPH ARONSON, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complainfor Divorce has been filed against yov ami vecu are required to serve a 1 tpj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plain till Attorneys, RICHARD .* MUROPF BSQS., SOS Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Ile.rida, and file the origin., I Answer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 6th day of June, 1S55. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will he taken against yon fm; the relief demanded in the Bill of complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Hoi ida, this Mth day of April. AD K B I.EATIfrrRMAN. clerk. Circuit Court. I i.ide County. Florida By It. H. RICK. JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerl RICH \KH A Ml'ROPP Attorne)s for Plaintiff SOS Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. S/l-lS-t0-CT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi,, undersigned, desiring to engage in busim ss under the fictitious name, .a -roll,ess LAUNDRY "Wee Wash It" or You Wash It, at 501 E. Ninth Street, Hlaleah, Florida, intends to register said iianie. with the Clerk of th* Clrcull Cowl of Dade County, Florida. B A A P INC a Florida corporation FREDERICK N P.ARAD. ESQ. Attorney for B A.A.P INC. 5/6-IS-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiicle-rsignecl. desiring to *ngl business under the fictitious nan I i: \ l: A I %  SPARKLING SELTZER Ci i (Not In, i. at Ki^ N.W litii SI intend to register said name with the i 'le i k of Hie' Cin il it Com t of 1 %  -••County, Florida SAMUEL A I.T.MAN BEN TRUPKIN •"'MYERS, HEIMAN eS KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicanta i, .a Sej bold Bldg. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisl; Fkridlian 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 Deliver? in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43C* •



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PAGE 12 B NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UMTTED STATES bs twm> tor J. H. Keefe above center-, lofea prctnoboa manager of Fjonac Power and Light Co. The twins, ia tact are :-: aw raawawawl % %  Maw]:-•'.-.• awanawj mere and MM leasers to ecxjT Florida Irving." The two top lOTtionrrl trophies %  sad cy Keew were u eiirdoii lot as outstanding record in sales of electric i amass and wotoi heuters ia FPL served se tiiaay Lost veer, he said, a total of 48.421 ranges and %  a — heaners were sold, patftnq Flondc's sale incieo— iar cbcve the nat ion a l a-rerage. Keele accepted the George Hagbes tropfcjes iron femes Bell left, and Harry Hestotsla at ~e F.-t-snn Qedric Imld i ito meshag m Chicago. Ift Urn rBBIhhJ ta-h S2J41 a..* w WIT. !****•, 4 Iff MTMBR 0r. n|j" lriati ij t8 r' --i'cCcrrcvi t# tfce fint rcpor 3 a**acaee." is reserved eswaf seas •f te cjm ts h the Ca %  the si the State Desertswat was tonerr* cnuraed fast week by | of Xew York. The ~ %  %  % %  % %  %  *— ~* etfCaasEatoi M(HX {rest the As far E u.. ..ir' i atestos of the Thees had that to sa? ~He mwae d to the TV ireea after 3 week afceeare and broke every raw ia the He eat ear/ reversed the Stale tse Ccaaaaassts. set aha remwd kanseil TW Araaa kwaei— %  %  The sew Arah toil rawHie Crater of Sea York rete ai e d a atas tort weak shswssg the Arah sattoas s s tu see the State -rei m abate, thee. tan njhw.aBj. at least, mafaiitol the aneeee e( brae: E*rs* INTM: TV E*r?cna raw any to TTi tospim has raaes a release to the press i MISS, that Ecyst has eatosrkea apse i the heawa rare Or. NtowaCa El Or. Saw. far tea Niail EUtOFE Or Franc.) E. WISK. aatanaw far fes part *• tea lai % %  % % %  a* "*• %  tcCarraa-w'artar Ac* %  | rrae te farm whea he aaraed the later agaaart aeseadaar. toe aaaeh ea the U5 ~te stoats greater —ton of jes that the ebjextsat te feed; sew areas at rej ett kata t. I trat that ered the Xo2 Vac a re parted to hue stade aa The {art artjea d IS Arsry doctor* saved has bfe. EASY RIDE EASY PAY Buy Your Tires THE NORTON WAY TUBELESS TIRE SALE All Mojor Brand Original Equipment Tir*s 70 5 2S5S ;;: ,, s 70 a 15 31JS ass 2fl 5 22 I "" 2535 S" •00 ,5 Jje 2t ,,5 2t % %  WHITIWALL TUBELESS SLIGHTLY HIGHEB ^ ., EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS! K /^

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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 13, 1955

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fVOL'JME 29Number 19
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
led Archives Show Soviets Consider Jews Top Security Risk
[Smolensk Files Recaptured by
U.S. Army Reveal Wide Survey
Of 'Subversive Foreign Element'
JTA
WASHINGTON The Soviet
Jnion considers Russian Jews as
'security risks" according to the
kommusists' own activities of the
Smoler.sk district
When the Nazis took Smolensk
nany Communist Party adminis-
trative files were captured. These
files were later recaptured in Gcr-
nany ty the U.S. Army and
ight to Washington for secret
|tudy. A portion of the material
new been partially declassi-
ifi
tied and made available to this re-
porter by the Department of De-
fense.
Some Soviet "loyalty investiga-
tions" were especially directed at
Jewish citizens. The Smolensk rec-
ords tell the story of question-
naires filled in by members of the
"Jewish Institute of Proletarian
Culture" in Kiev. These question-
naires elicited "background in-
formation on the communist activ-
ity of CP members who were of
Jewish descent." The records made
known that "the blank forms for a
loyalty investigation" of Jewish
CP members were issued in accord-
ance with a CP decision.
Similar records show how party
members despised each other.
They wrote letters of denunciation
to CP officials. One can read the
actual letters.
Jews were _emploved_t,p spy on
other Jews A loyalty program
called "The Housecleaaing of Sub-
versive Elements" was undertak-
en. The files of the program con-
tain evidence that Jews were par-
ticularly watched because of their
. "foreign ancestry." Some of the
| material is reminiscent of unfound-
ed charges by U.S. security offi-
jcers against government employ-
ees like Wolf Ladejinsky, Abra-
jham Chasanow, and Jewish em-
ployees at Fort Monmouth.
Records reveal that in the Smo-
Continued on Pg 9 A
Harold Slutstn
. Hiding June i.>-
nilCIAlS fXCIMMCf UTTtltS
Foreign Operations Aid Will Extend
Additional Nine Million for Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA)Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and Harold
necTor of the U.S. Foreign Operations Administration, made
known htre that they have exchanged letters containing agreements on
In additional $9,700,000 in economic aid made available by the Foreign
Operations Administration to Israel for the fiscal year ending June
P0. 1955. ..
Thi, brings expenditures of the Foreign Operations Administration
I1"" r i ojects and commodities *
In Israel to a total of $40,000,000
lor the fiscal year. In a letter
fc> Mr. Stassen, Ambassador Eban
^pressed the Israel Government's
appreciation "of this renewed evi-
dence of friendship and confidence
on the part of the government of
io United States."
Ambassador Eban also signed an
agreement with UJ5. officials that
vould make available $9,400,000 in
surplus agricultural supplies to Is-
rael. Repayment will be in Israel
currency. The agreement covers
|'lieat, rice and other commodities.
'Her placing his signature to the
tniment, Mr. Eban said:
"The agreement which we have
Bust signed has a double signifi-
cance. It brings valuable aid to Is-
I economy by creating a basic
[reserve of vital commodities. And
i; i an illustration of .a helpful
land friendly approach by the gov-
j'iniTient of the U.S. to some of
jl-rael's most important problems
(and needs.
POLICY PROBLEMS
Democrats Urge
Arms Impartiality
WASHINGTON (JTA) Demo-
cratic members of the House took
the occasion of Israel's seventh an-
niversary last week to demand a
change of present policies in the
Near East which they described as
unfair to Israel, especially the
arms aid and defense situation.
Rep. Charles A. Boyle, Illinois,
said he was "alarmed at the pres-
ent policy of the State Department
in our present administration in
the Arab-Israel controversy, a pol-
icy which is clearly and definitely
pro-Arab and therefore, necessar-
ily is anti Israel." Rep. Boyle
charged before the House that "the
attitude of the present administra-
tion ignores the true facts concern-
Continued on Pag* 10 A
AUSTRIA OMMCfUM JULIUS SAAB ATM PS
Little Optimism Felt by Representatives
As First Session of Claims Committee
Opens for New Discussion in Vienna
VIENNA (JTA)The long-awaited meeting between the Austrian Government and representatives
Df Jewish and other organizations interested in resti.ution for victims of the Nazis opened here with the
Austrian Government making no new offer of any suostance. At the conclusion of the meeting, there was
little optimism among the four delegates representing the Jewish Claims on Austria.
Representing the Austrian Government at Mon lay's first session were Chancellor Julius Raab; Dep-
uty Chancellor Adolf Schaerf; Finance Minister Reinhardt Kamitz; Foreign Minister Leopold Figl; and
Minister of Social Administration Karl Maisei. Representing the Jewish committee were Dr. Nehemiah
Robinson, Seymour Rubin, Charles Kapralik and Jehoshua Guvrin. H. Propper represented an organiza-
tion of Jews who had been con'
verted to Christianity, but whose
members were victimized by the
Nazis.
Dr. Kamitz handed the repre-
sentatives a short memorandum
outlining the Austrian proposals.
following this with an expanded
ofal presentation. The proposals
were similar to those offered by
him last fall. The Jewish repre-
sentatives then asked a number of
questions about legislative mea-
sures Austria will put into effect
to aid victims of the Nazis. There
has been some improvement in this
field, particularly in reference to
eliminating discrimination against
former Austrian* now living
abroad and in restoring social se-
curity rights.
The Austrian Ministers insisted
that these improvements were of
major importance for needy Jews
abroad. The claims committee
group will further explore the ef- 7ud of hl3 handiwork, this pupil in one of the metal work-
feet of such legislation in discus- shops at the new ORT Vocational Center in Nathanya, shows
sions with various Austrian off I- his project to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt during her recent visit
dab. The four were to meet i IsI?el Lokina or\is 'cb, 0!T [siaf ORT director
... .. ... Mrs. Roosevelt was scheduled to deliver her first public report
again with the Austrian Ministers ADT ,. ., ITr., ,
on her overseas tnp at an ORT dinner lor the United Jewish
Continued on Pag* 10 A Appeal Wednesday.
Miss Phyllis Kirk, stage and television star; D
cal Seminary of America; Miss Reginia Resn
Lookstein, of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun;
el. who received boutonnieres of blue cornflo
City Music Hall, New York City. Distribution
New York and other principal cities in the U.
independence day. The blossom was chosen
the blue of Israel's flag.
r. Moshe Davis, Provost of the Jewish Theologi-
ick. Metropolitan Opera star; Rabbi Joseph H.
and the Rev. Dr. Julius Mark of Templ9 Emanu-
wers at special ceremonies in front of Radio
of the blue flower at important intersections in
S. marked the celebration of Israel's seventh
by the American Zionist Council to symbolize
t
.


PAGE 2 A
Temple Israel Will
Honor Rabbi Narot
At Annual Meeting
Twr.pl* Israefs 33rd innani
-feting will be held or, Wednes-
day evening. May 181 it the FUi-
ler room of the McAllister hotel
Wilhasr D Suiter, presides! of
the Reform ttmgttgttimi will pre-
side a: the hrnrti session which
will follow the dhaner Ejection of
officers will be hekL as well as
the election of memherj of the
board of trustees
Cn supine reports will be made
hj Singer. Sam Resnsck. Sam Le-
nbm mil Da= Etontti ahaal tot
""DAY. MAY 13,
of
the Ja
on Uth st The
inciadt the a
km* school
- ::.
coo H Kaplan Chapel an
c Tone3 which will be as
the present Temple's
The evening pmfiam will
elude with a tribute to
- Rabbi. Dr Joseph R Na-
rot. oc the occajaaa of the eoav
pletism of has 19th year m the rab-
bmane aad his fifth year of sen
ice to
er for this limit, wall
Halpertn Pledges
Better Tax Return
For Miami Beach
Urge Support of Coacert Nm/m. fo /nsf0||
At Dwit AwvHorWM MeOaWy Hialeah-Miami
Center will
Prmgj j(
-m Beach
CSjr Council We
Beckham. of a diW'sunda^'L?*^^
County Juvenile and Do-1 ue Lincoln\t\Z \ ft 5
stalled are Irving Zitter ZJt *
Sam Steen. f^ ^J?J?
Samuel1 Levine. ^ **
dent. Earl Rub.M.m ***
and a board of director. ^
the Dade
meatic Relations Court, this week
urged the public fr attend Urn as-
Miami
High School ASjdit .rum Moods?
M. Sihmr at present the
of -Amenraa Judaism.' Re
cfj^i. mmmnjjl
a classmate of Dr
Narot of the 19*0 dam at the
Hebrew laaon College m Oacm-
iav toW bundled* of his support
ers that ~I will fight for a better "7 !? ""j^!!?! Z
return by Mum. Beach for its J*"^1' go *or. ^ !
coaaty taaes aad piaa to make a ** Juvenile council
bold campaign for more school j p^,*'und? ."*fac,bt,es
c:> for ""A" Be*|y children
Halpenn. who as vice president The Miami Symphonic Society,
of the Chamber of Commerce ha* conducted by Miss BUIie ODay. is
long been one of the city's fore- composed of well known retired .
most civic leaders, reported that; naaririim of same of the leading' *
he b -personally meeting as many' orchestras in the nation, who are
people as possible in every section giving their time and talent free [
^He^X^he fast expa^ion '' "??* '" "* e"* ^'j ** CAW PtPttU.
orchestra will render among other CmUtBt 5 t. u
numbers. Schubert's B Minor Sym Padar SopsrvhiM i
phony and selections from Men- lapaswow! Cwiwi,,
rhlianha Miss Marion Davies will
be the supporting vocalist.
Swim Douce Saturday
Congregation Monticello -.
-ill boW datSttuS
* Sunn, UeT^J
ZAMORA DAY CAMP
af toe
mm llml
twtoa
ual
ests
A-
Heftsberg. oae of the Tem-
ple's nee presidents, is in charge
of the daaarr rnmmsttn ahkh as
the program for the eve-
Beth Sholom Names
'Mother of Year'
LaOorce dr. Miami Beach, nee
president of the PTA aad newly-
elected nee presadent of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom.
was designated -Honor Mother of
1965' at the asaaal Beth Sholom
Mother's Day semce oa Satardav
and Sunday
n rime ran was selected from
a list of candidates by a commit -
tee consisting of past Honor Moth-
ers. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom. and Sydney
J Greenberg. r rmr ation al director,
-as the mother who has rendered
:. aaa*
daring the
past year-
Mrs. Irving B IT spam, president
of Sisterhood aad Honor Mother
of 1953. ptaned the Corsage of
Honor aa Mrs. Cameron.
a ments every
by the city council
will continue to fight
of residesv-
by commercial uiter-
the city
of the
said, he
ible far numerous
htncfiti to the city at-large, -par-
ticuiariy when I urged city man-
ager Claade Benshaw to have the
city puiihasc Bay shore Golf
Coarse instead of allowing it to be
subdivided into private proper. > "
Mrs Rose Weiss, veteran chic
leader was named by Halperin as
chmrmna of has women's division
Ben F. Daahnuai is campaign
treasurer, and Max Boderman.
traanaui of Temple Emanu-EL has
been named activities chairman.
Harpene. who was recently nam-
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the Jewish Theological Seminary
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(refinances Passed
[y Interest' Vote
In a television talk this week
,nd beiore public gatherings of
liami Beach voters, Leonard A.
h'ien. candidate for city cquncil,
kairi he "will call for an ordinance
nakinfi null and void any ordi-
nnce. regulation or contract,
riiich v as passed with the .vote of
inj member of the city council
Jisrlosed to have a direct or in-
Jirect interest in the matter."
We have been shown in the
ba*t that pressure groups, gam-
klin? interests and selfish factions
lave M.ccessfully elected council-
nen to our city government. These
louncilmen represented their di-
nts, their customers, their politi-
al puppeteers, and not the people
|f Miami Beach," Wien added.
This ordinance will strike at
he cancer that has been eating at
he heart of our city government,"
fc'ien continued.
"We are still faced with the pos-
}bility of city councilmen voting
matters in which they have a
er~onai or affiliated interest,
louncilmen must represent the
Ky-or their clients. They cannot
epresent both," Wien declared.
The legal aspects of the ordi-
ance could be drawn up by the
Itj legal department," Wien
[tinted out.
(lood government is a step by
|ep process. This ordinance will
along way to return the peo-
le's government to the people of
liami Beach," Wien concluded.
leth Sholom Sisterhood
|o Install Officers Wednesday
Ulrs. Irving B. Kaplan, of 3630
hamingo dr.. Miami Beach, re-
jected president of Sisterhood of
emple Beth Sholom, will be in-
lalled for the second time by
alibi lon Kronish and Cantor
Bmuel Kelemer at an annual in-
itiation luncheon on Wednesday.
pay 18, at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Alexander Robbins is chair-
pan of the luncheon, and ticket
nairmen are Mrs. Irving Rothman
pci Mr; Irving Bachrach.
[Othtr officers to be installed are
Ice residents, Mrs. Morris Al-
ert. Mrs. Barry Cameron, Mrs.
Irthur Courshon and Mrs. Charles
livers; recording secretary, Mrs.
imuel Falick; corresponding sec-
tary, Mrs. Michael Mersel; finan-
-ecutary, Mrs. Harry Orleans;
? rer, Mrs. Fred Semerstein;
paplain, Mrs. Leon Kronish; social
t :y. Mrs. Samuel Kelemer.
I Special feature of the musical
'.illation will be the presenta-
on of the Sisterhood ad journal
tleiidar to each of the guests. Mrs.
orris Alpert is chairman of the
purnal, and "Queen of the Jour-
will be crowned at the func-
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PAGE 3 A
I Mrs. Larry Friodland was in-
1 stalled Wednesday for her
second term as president of
the Louise Brandeis Chapter,
American Jewish Congress.
Ceremonies took place in the
Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Max Shapiro is here tendered a Scroll of Honor "in
appreciation of his devotion to the cause of Hebrew education
and for his vigorous support of qualified Hebrew teachers of
the community." Ruth Uliss, president of the Hebrew Teach-
ers Association of Greater Miami, made the presentation at
the annual banquet of the association in Waldman's hotel
last week. Looking on is Philip Salmon, who acted as master
of ceremonies. The scroll was designed by Tzvi Rosenkranz,
local artist.
Historical Group
To Form Chapter
In Miami Area
American Jewish Historical So-
ciety has announced the appoint-
ment ef Harry Simonhoff as Flor-
ida director of its activities. Sim-
onhoff, a noted auujor, cjvic work-
er and attorney, revealed that he
will meet with local leaders Thurs-
day evening. May 19, at the Shore
Club hotel to form a Miami Chap-
ter of the organization.
Principal theme of discussion at
the May 19 meeting will be the
Jewish contribution to the Amer-
ican revolution and an evaluation
of the emergence of civil liberties,
with emphasis on religious free-
dom.
Founded in 1892, AJHS collects
and publishes material on the his-
tory of Jews in America. The or-
ganization has until now issued
some 44 volumes of its "Publica-
tions," a quarterly, and from time
to time publishes books and mono-
graphs of general historical inter-
est.
National president is Salo W.
Baron, of Columbia University.
"The contribution of Jews to
America is enormous," Simonhoff
said in announcing the Thursday
meeting, "and we hope that the
new Miami Chapter will help bring
about a greater understanding lo-
cally of the need for continued re-
search in history, with emphasis
on what the Jews do by way of add-
ing to our American culture."
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V-E Day Ten Years Ago and Prospects Ahead
IT HAS ben aMof
okIImj U> wy
ASttaioe of the
the to*** are freaaaentry
rf to betray tke tawpU they
u ay aritiaf rwart here aboa* writers- la
' ia which many have a food deal more tkaa
this ulntnainn was kaitiaUy made by
(who saw that Dickens. I or exaaapie. was, a
b ana
r: z*
~-.~ Apr.t cad Mar
it-m naaks. m irfif-*"'"> to oar ewnhsnj af sne
seventh cmaaversary at tbe berth af auras*! s n>
depencienco. we ka*t bad orruawt am aesse
-; ctwaahjej v.* iJBsn an n in zi
be death at Franirnc Delano Rooserei aad She
tenth anniversary of the data oc ii u*
.- .-* -- T!-zi 2-/>:;- hi
aajajgc. pnawSffhjawJ
Wanow Ghee
j>s <.

ae ate
OppOKr
: xc-
xhjajejr.
* aaeS aaark aat
pcaaaggof the ant pant saaee the dear* ct It
at ve ahal reran faot oab/
------ i ;; ; \~ Z>Z1 Z
-other cznazversory is penned. Las;
week. May 8. asmhad am years since V-E Day
when the Nob reign at
imaened. Daring that brief
>- .-.-re ..? to ve* .-ecbgnmes: af
,h:iwen, The nc^or. whose inbaananify we
cnajfaal .-.--. -.- *.-.s-s* Baa ;;--$ e r-ec
for crones against avuiAiuou and many af
w~orr were executed or ^prisoned, is now
er.ce age.;: rseri. us sovereignty
t rr.^jr\i of Mb faxtare 11 ii n ti and ah*
coveted.
Two major won since thenone in Korea
and c aecond in IodoCbinabare been wag-
MM LeWs rWkse rlacf.i
It seems to as that man's aoblset concern
a far the welfare of his fellow-man. and the
Miami Chamber of Commerce committee for
the placemen! of physically handicapped per-
sons clearly gorerns its actvities according
to this precept.
Function of the committee for several years
now has been to stimulate local employers to
offer jobs to disabled people. Committee mem-
bers belief eand bare been able to back op
safe belief with statisticsthat physically han-
dicapped people are just about in every case
as good at their work as anyone else and in
many cases even better.
The Chamber's committee participates in the
larger National Employ the Physically Handi-
capped organization; its local programs have
made Miami tops in this regard. Three weeks
ago. in ceremonies at Bayfront Park. Miami
firms that have taken the lead in offering jobs
to disabled persons were presented with Cham-
ber citations.
The inspirational source for this work has
been Leo Axlrod, committee chairman and a
local businessman. Axlrod s firm was. af
course, among the first here to otter employ-
ment to physically handicapped people. His
personal experience with disabilitybis own
condition, as well as the condition that caused
the death of his son in 1948impressed on
Axlrod the need for a community to help its
handicapped help themselves.
Probably more than most. Axlrod under-
stands the dignity and pride people can feel
as a result of their jobsjobs not before avail-
able to them because of the discrimination
practiced by some employers T-jnst the han-
dicapped. More than most. Axlrod understands
the need for education in this regard. He has
brought his knowledge and his inspiration to
the Chamber's committee. He has impressed
on employers the duty incumbent on them to
pay heed to those who do not ask for TweVrnre
but for a chance to prove their worth as em-
ployees.
Miami is grateful to Axlrod. whose activity
goes a long way toward making thai commu-
nity a better place in which to live.
*.; ---iW Others itealnstr to
r-mrvr z=ztz x: -u-eua-a. what we poJaeh/ cafl
' rxc jenrr.' Eaax end West ore separated
, In '-ie twz-~ ~ec ae>
wo seat ga-ogaaphaccd
^mmm
then?' K "*"*>
a***, 12*;
An i!Hr*
***** *rbe font
fmmf *+m
',' aaa-s-ta
of Eaxhwrs yJ
that Cfcekov as a mirror of b
' paysaeaUy csat*e and reuetomly IrrpnotiaH teaTX**
as imniilli liant .Vho loves the philosophy of dem*,*!
e the French reroruttoeuts. not it? practice m th* trseal -raai
DaaceToas er aot uch kwse catefories dp esahody a type of fauh.
sscntal tnath. Like the sreverh. which piiipasaHiSj eall -^Zl
th-kar*- they cart uxht o. the etoaf satsre of haaeaa eharaeteSSJ
tw> heads are better than see and sea aaasty cooks spoil the broth. tv>
that writers, as a let. i
that oaanwakaMy. it
tte aaore than oiie prod w
he sees as each of tke, jg
alrmrr while cases, so Butter how differently packacecL All of which is nereh bi
a far hrrrTTTVp! w*> of ohriia< that, at this aaosKSt. I Gad arysetf surroonoed b
... ~7, host of threes abest which to write
zsc r.prec-oetuec
- =r. :rr: .:--= :. cr ahl
_- "- -.- vr aaai hanad :rr.:
k the new Mueat Sinai Hospitala tribute to the jrowtk of
i "iir. snestiea reutaas to area piaasricr 7Vr at
Federation dinner Tuesday evesinx and the possibility of
fature casspaign technique i thooc that would desMMistnie
of taniliaiiiin local as opeesed to overseas needs TVre u th,
bill now piawd hate Ftorida law. which is desisatd to
take public school administration oat of the hands of the Suprcat
Court and which surely will not pass a constttutjoaal teat before that
court- There is the question raised by this law relating to the -as"
festly intellectual dishonesty of our nppuiac the uUntsior. of religioas
doctnr.e on public institutions and of our blaaketh ssf : ring th
State of Israel at the sane timea cjoveraaaent which recognoes at
ether bat religious law in such civil matters as marriage
:--i z.zz.<>
awawasaj
into lew. the McCexran-
Act has been a constant
has set pabneian against **" *sJJt**
group and has brought '
trcrr. r.aflOM
HONETHELESS I find myself in this position no Batter which
of these subjects I should consider, each weald ine* | n^u
seatly wrapped for presentation in the writer> showcase ::--d b> py
party nbbons made in Germany. For Germany is a ptmrnil obsessn
Tth which I base lived since my rude awakening at the cc-nclusin of'
World War IX Total victory rapidly gave way to ascendant defeat: the
were demonstrated to be the teneatrun when Allied
patterns gradually became public knowledge. W no did not
chill before the ominous view of a razed Germany, with the administrt-
of Farben. Skoda and Opal proudly suttimcz a the utter
ail about them?
This, of coarse, was a tribute to the Sorden high-altitude ago,.
ship of U.S. and British fliers. But it abo
a serious charge directed aajaesl the su-
' cerity of Westers dsssesasry. A Christian world which remained silnt
laaajaj look apon i leodnr ^"T8^ !""f^""f-tt.TOll^.bt *** *?* ^"'mtionsf
. ^ r------""*." lahe! them pa^an atrocities of the Third Betch. cleared :- a -betted
ot tne tree worlCL >. g^ .^ tite Noernberg trials farce. Yet the fact remains that this
Former President Truman vetoed the law. Christian world feh the trials to be aa eves greater sin than Hitler's
which subsequently jnnai J despite his objec- Nazis ever committeda saa which it subsequently expiated by freeing
bon. Sen. Pat McCarran. its co-author and most mos* *** ernninab rt had previously imprisoned ia the wake of th
cirden! spokesmem. is now dead. The Adminhv nghteous wrath at Nuernberg.
trotior. twice promised to revise it ttkI till it All of this is significant in tight of the return of Germany's sorer-
marches on in infamya piece of le that bases its quotas on "nanonal csigms" and: [[ik*1*0"1* x*x* of ~**J^t*Z^-i*^^% .
fL_. ,-.-,,IU 7i_^ ujij ; ,k. -#k^- rr.,-a-:._.i^ 'tBiB* ** *"** km* tmet forgotten. Dewtschland leber Ales ooce
Aa^vances J:e bebrfxnthe ethnic sur^enanty ^^^ ^ ^^^ wa$ ^p^ ^^ m Bma whea ^ A(knauer ^
or one people over cmotner. j hu signature to the agreements ratified by the United State? Britia
The Adminishuliuti in 13S3 tried to arnelioraha and reluctant France- The twfMtjfr inspiratioo of aggressive natiooal-
the negative effects of the McCanan-Walter : > and nous ego magnification manifest in this state anthem is paral-
Act when President Euenhower had passed k***1 nowhere else in Westers experience: the infantilism itself por-
through Congress the Emergency Refugee Re-'tw>ds a <"tf>lt future in which Germany will again be incapable of
lief Act. Accordinq to its provisions 214JJ00 : *OTernin* iti*u and will be ungovernable in the family of nations.
,__, _-,_ irt *vTr.llw*rl i^. ?>.- ti c; j.^^ F-specially to be remembered is that Dr. Adenauer does not refW-
.hT^TI^ ^l J22;theU^dimna!seBt Germany: Dr. Adenauer-atypically a Catholic. atypicaUy an
c^LJl0!^^* lr^^r?n^$-u N-*lt o*ly himself and his personal vision of a worn
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles three which his gorernment will no longer be abenated from the Big Three,
months ago brought New York's Edward Carsi; Also to be remembered is that even this man found it necessary to seek
to Washington in an effort to expedite the slow- oat the support of fanner Nans in order to assure the recent victory,
moving purposes of the emergency legislation.'- f hi* Party. At 78. Dr. Adenauer, to the West is a symbol of Germu
Ten days ago, Mr. Dulles fired Carsi in an un-' cooperation and of German resistance to communist aggression Aloof
precedenhad move. j Wlth ljMU XVI, who lost his head to the guillotine, one nay say: After
W. now know that the Emergency Refugee ** **>*''****-. #
Relief Act was a hoaxthat only the smallest THE DILEMMA here is a difficult one. The troth Is that the tared
of rnnnnnist expansion from the East remains constant and that Ger-
military potential can add much to the West's ability to discount*
such threats. But the possibilities are tasteless: one is forced to cboe*
between two devils. An untrustworthy ally can be worse than ac a*
fraction of this number achieved
and that it was designed to divert criticism from
the McCarran-Wahvr abomination.
To begin with, the dismissal was unprece- _
dented because Mr. Carsi is a powerful Repub- ^L *******. Ex^Bh?^r%ma* ^^ GS?_
nower rtaminisuuuon will have cause to rearet 1 PiL_ .. .... _. j v. tit
the dismissal when 1956a Presidential rXT!w_^ber *** P"*4*1" forgotten or he. too. is esptured byW
m9.^mmmm^m 1^T"* ,tmr^DiMl j*' hysteria attending the mass hypnosis of visions of Wehrmacht pw*
?ZtEZ~^ ^ sa ^fT,' Qnd **: a "" Watm ^P ^ one need only return to his own bo*
yoncItriese pcrrtisan politics. Mr. Dulles proved -Crusade in Europe." to recall the boundless fury that seized bis so*
nis bad forth. The Administration has since after he was made fully aware af the magnitude of the Nan ens*
attempted to explain the move on two grounds. against humanity It is an indisputable fact that President Roosr**
Mr. Corsi. it alleged, was an alleged "aecurity who ^ ***" dedicated to the total humiliation of the Third M"
risk." and the post as assistant in irnniigration Pnnc,P*llT because it challenged the existence of his beloved EnglJ
snt which he held. Md Uut &r Winston Churchill, who saw the common need to destrw
the Hitlerian war potential if his government were ever to sum*.
matters to the State Department, which be held.'
was only far 90 days 1
IiV- il .K u/^ii^j i_ ^ n*ver UH or *jn>reed the kind of revulsion and demand for just
Like m the Wolf Loderinsky case, the secur- that is written into every word of Crusade in Europe."
rry charge has fizzled, for Mr. Dulles subee- ,,., .. ^ nxM
auentlv offered Ccwsri a n* iK ^ Z^ l nfortunately. the German sin against hira, as well "^Z '
SAnSnlZi^^ ^^ n *** Wad*rs ot ,he fre* "'d- "erely a vague kind of trartfareatas ,
^S^fS^TT*^ fc ithat Uied the dignity of civilized rr-Jdnd; it is not a 8^T*.
What U all bods down to is this: Powerful crime against the collected unconscious of his race For the Pres.<*
i?Ti Z j curtau iniaiigration into tbe | then, as weU as for others, the dilemma of communism v- renew*
United States despite our nation's traditional, nazism can be hardly as difficult as it is for us We feel the enw
open hand to people everywhere and have', ,h*n>ly and have other visions to foresee. What is it we *ond*|L,h
found a convenient instrument in the McCar- ** tke ind* tbe young German boys, belmeted as were their ayj^
ran-Walter Act to achieve their end. *** **w rifle* ** attention for Deutschland Ueber Alles. vo
Mr. Corsi, himself has told Mr niu. iw. ""** bop**"1 chorus of yet unachieved victory to split tbe air
mi *J"m+~mmm Act w^S | J^J-*-- Adennier-s signMore on the Western agree-
ca^ea^rTtn, SJthil V lae' fahaS I "--. wonder, before another anthem h *
State upon the German lipwhen once again we hear the refrain of *ea
Idas Jodenblut votn Messer spritzt"?
Department


FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1955
-JewistftcrMto,
if)
Miami Women Elected
Mrs, Albert Hochberg, of 925
North Shore dr., has been named
vjCe president of the national
council of the Jewish Consump-
tives' Relief Society Auxiliaries at
tfie organization's annual conven-
tion recently concluded in Chicago.
Mrs. Herman .Schoenfeld, of 831
16th st., was elected to the na-
tional board of trustees.
Young Adult Group Dance
Young Adult Group of Temple
Emanu-El will hold its annual
spring king dance Sunday eve-
ning in the social hall of the Tem-
ple, according to Bert Tumpson,
president. Included nnHie program
will be the choosing of a young
man from one of the young adult
groups in the Greater Miami area
to be the "Spring King of 1955."
PAGE 5 A
Fidelman Reelected
Charles Fidelman was reelected
president of the Israelite Center
at a meeting this week. Others
named were Albert Weinberg, Max
Parness and Leon Kutun, vice pres-
idents; Jacob Schiff, financial sec-
retary; Louis Pearl, treasurer;
Winnie Sirkus, recording secre-
tary; and Sadie Milberg, corre-
sponding secretary.
BE A
STAR
Red Cross Chapter Elects Directors, Gives Awards
Largest Red Cross gathering of
the year, the annual meeting of
Dade County Chapter to elect di-
rectors to its board and make
awards to volunteers, was held
Tuesday evening, May 10, in Dade
County Auditorium.
Principal speaker was Els-
worth Bunker, former ambassador
to Italy and Argentina and now
president of the American Nation-
al Red Cross. Allen Morris, chair-'
man of Dade County Red Cro-s,
will preside.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments for the meeting included
Mrs. J. Rile y Staats, chairman,
Mrs. J. Howard Webb, Mrs. Otto
Kemp, Dave Bosworth and Edwin
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Sisters Ann. Leila
Waldman Engaged
Mr and Mn. Joseph Wifits,
the betrothal of then* two
md Leila Wald-
FIHDAY^Mav^,
IS 1
Gabnei Dnbck
iaaDy of Y iintHi O, and pres-
ently of Long Wan-i N V paw
to be married m the tail Sir
Her fiaw. Bm-
of Brooklyn. NT. psa*
i Miss Goldstein Plans
and tie Msnda Summer Ceremonies
Um* bUL Mas Bttte
receptions will be Easagn Joseph E
held far each of the girl* at the
Munda hotel in Loot Beach.
Oberman. Rosman Bramson, Harris
To Wed June 26th Troth Revealed
Aa August wedding is planned
by Charlotte Pi ami on and Bruce
Ralph Harm. Thar engagement
is being announced here by her
parents. Mr and Mrs- Samuel
Bramson 4117 Anderson rd. Coral
The bnde-elect attended
York Uunersaty and retei red a BA
degree from the University of Mi-
is a member of Phi Alpha
Thru
Dr. Bnrnaia giadnated from New
York University, attended Colum-
bia and graduated with honors
from Kn-kmlle Pit toothy Medi-
cal School m Missouri He
number of Phi Sigma Gamma and
Ps Sigma Alpha scholastic fra-
ternities and secretary of Dade
Comity Osteopathic Medical Asso-
ciation.
The wedding date is June 26. at
the Honey Plaza hotel-
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Harris. St Louis Park.
Minn.
The bride-elect attends the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is ma-
joring in elementary education.
Mr Harris graduated from the Uni-
versity of Minnesota Institute of
Technology, where he was affili-
ated with Phi Ep-ilon Pi fraternity.
mta awrrfva I. bkkmm
Miss Dickman Will
Live in New York
A wedding in NV* Ywk j|]
united Marilyn Lilliar. Ok
and Stephen S. Taffert
Miss Dickman is the
of Mac Dickman. 1925 Wj
are., Miami Beach and the
Esther Dickman. She is a
ate of Miami Beach Sen*"
School and attended the Uah
of Miami
Mr. Taffert reo
in accounting a*. New York Vii-J
versity and served t >ear; a the
Marine corps. He the son *i
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ti.'fert, of I
Bronx. NY
The couple will make !- rbomel
i in New York
Miss Gruber Met
Fiance on Campus
University of Miami student
Connie Gruber has set December
for her wedding. She will become
the hnde of Irwin Burstein. whom
she met on the UM campns.
Mass Gruber is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gruber. 129*
SW 17th st. Mr Burstein s par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
Burstein. Mt. Freedom. NJ.
The bride-to-be graduated from
Miami Senior High School before
enrolling at the UM.
Her fiance graduated from Dov-
er High School. Dover. NJ.. and
attended Packard Junior College.
NY. and the UM. where he was
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity.
He served in the Army for two
years.
of the couple's betrothal by the
bride elect s mother. Mrs. Simon
, Bennaa. of 905 Algeria ave Coral
Gabies.
Mr. Clem's parents are the Reu-
ben J. Cleins. of 2837 Flamingo dr ,
Miami Beach
Miss Goldstein graduated from
{the Whitefield School and attend-
: ed the University of Miami.
Her fiance graduated from the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi so-
cial fraternity. He is now serving
with the 1Mb Navy overseas.
The wedding will take place
when Mr Clein returns to Miami
on official leave.
Elaine Chase Will
Wed TV Man
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Chase, of'
New York and 8233 Abbott ave .
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter.
Elaine, to Irwin Weinstein, of |
! Rochester. NY
Miss Chase graduated from the I
New York Fashion Institute of
Technology- She is a member of I
the Miami Beach Chapter of Clara:
Hirsch Landau B'nai B'rith Young
Women
The bridegroom-to-be is a tele-'
vision producer and director and
is presently associated with a New
York advertising agency.
After a late summer wedding in
New York, the couple will make
their home in Rochester. NY.
Miss Kay Hi mines
Mr. Class' Fiancee;
Will Wed August 13]
Citrus Grove Junior High Scatd
teacher Miss Barbara Kay mil *>j
come a bride Au* 13 Sh* .-uaj
fiancee of Me/ Class.
The bride-elect parents.
and Mrs. Jack Kay MO 7ti >t,l
ami Beach, announce the
M.
Coulton Birth
Mr and Mrs. Isadore J. Coulton
announce the birth of their son.
Mark Neal. on April 20. at Doc-
tors Hospital.
Betrothal Told
At Cocktail Party "
At a cocktail parly on May 8.
the engagement of Miss Phyllis B.
Kauffman. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kauffman. 140 SW
49th ave to Robert R Weinstein.
.son of Mr and Mrs. Ben Wein-
stein. 7310 Byron ave. nan. an-
nounced.
Phyliis is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and is employ-
ed by Sears. Roebuck and Co.. Cor-
al Gables. She is active in B'nai
B'rith Young Women and ad.
to BZB B'nai B'rith Girls
Robert is a graduate of Food
Trades of New York and after
his discharge from service settled
in Miami. He is now a junior ex-
Jecutive in Solar-Ware of Miami
He is president of the Outdoor
club. Scoutmaster of Troop 321 and
active in B'nai B'rith Young Men.
The wedding date has been set
for Oct 30.
Miss Herman, News
Man Are Engaged
Engaged to wed are Miss Betty
Sue Herman. 138 SW 14th Lane
and Melvin C Schafer, 3355 SW
11th st No date has been set for
the wedding.
Announcing the betrothal are
Miss Herman's parents, the W. p.
Hermans. Hudson. NX. The bride-
elect is a graduate of Hudson High
School.
Mr. Schafer. son of Mr and Mrs.
Clarence H Schafer. Aahtonr. BL,
is an alumnus of Ashton High, who
served in the Air Force. He works
for The Miami Herald.
Miss Kay is a grad-i..--
Beach Senior High School sad I
an outstanding student at the
versity of Miami, vhere sht it
ceived her AB de^rve ao-i
ated sununa cum taude la* J Her active campu- ::fe begntj
her first year a! the u- |
when she was a cheerleader ]
her sophomore ytar she w* > *M
ntor. and the following sar ml
was elected junior class *er*tasj
and she was honor court *
sentative.
Her outstanding ord won her membership is > I
list of honerarie*. She was s i
her of Alpha Lambs:. Delu.I**" j
I Theta Mn. Kappa Deita Pi, A**U
I Tau. highest women s honorary I
;theUM.___________________
Her social sorority was
. Phi Epsilon and she -erved as I
president and \:ce presidwt S"
is now Panhellen.c a i.iser "
alumnae group.
Mr. Glass is the son : Vf -*|
Mrs. Samuel G ass H-*f*
.Pa. He graduated '.- m Barrels*
Academy and I enr..-> Ivaaia **]
University.
He was a member of Betr
Rho fraternity and was ssMS,
'motion manacer r I -cn.-jr *
: member of the Daily Coll
He also was on the >e<*}
of the Bawl 11 ills ^ndhnofc
, was selected for "Who's ?
the Mews'' at Penn State an*
uated with an AB degree
He received hi* Us decree in"
the UM. and it was there that i|
couple met.
Xadler Bar Mitzyafc
Barry, son of Mr ** rs'wai
aeph Nadler. 833 SW l"* *"2j
become Bar Mitrv.h on ***]
May 14. at Miami Hebrew jgj
and Congregation RN*
April will officiate Barry
AdaWerrit Junior High School
is a pntrolman. He also hrtos*
Boy Scout Troop 338


IY. MAY 13. 1955
Mtai
Miff Rosalind Kubensftin
wo June Graduates
[an Their Wedding
Miami Senior High School
ne graduate and a University of
lami June graduate plan their
?diling for Sept. 4 at the Black-
pne hotel in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Ruben-
kin, 3421 SW 15th St., announce
engagement of their daughter,
p-nlind, to Lawrence S. Levin,
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Levin,
Chicago.
Mr. Levin will receive his Bach-
|>r of Arts degree in economics.
is past master of Alpha Epsilon
|fraternity.
The couple plan to live in Chi-
go after they are married.
High Award Scout
To be Bar Mitzvah
Roger G. Bayer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman W. Kutun, 461 NW
82nd ter.. Miami, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, May 14, of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center.
Roger is a student at the Little
River School, where he is enter-
ing the ninth grade. He is also a
Star Scout and a band intermedi-
ate. Roger attended religious
school for four years at Tifereth
Israel.
Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiri-
tual leader and Roger's teacher,
+Jgf^n*r**ar
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Tooley- Myron
Roger G. Bayer

will officiate, with Cantor Albert
Glantz chanting the liturgy.
Mr. Kutun was president of the
' congregation from 1954 to 1955.
Harry Lasker, head of the na-
tional Ner Tamid committee of the
Boy Scouts of America, this week
announced that Roger has received
the Ner Tamid award for outstand-
ing work with Troop 60.
loberta Rabjnowitz, daugh-
jt. of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
ibinowitz. 2280 SW 23rd
pr. will be Bas Mitzvah Fri-
ly evening at Beth David
lynagogue. The celebrant
>ill sing with the choir,
bant the blessings and Kid-
Jush and read' portions oi
Torah and Haftorah. Ro-
erta attends Shenandoah
Jnior High School, where
He is an honor student. She
a representative to the stu-
snt council and a member
the Sports Club.
It I
Aiumore
Blephan Jay Farber, son of
*fr- and Mrs. Samuel Far-
er. 114 Collins Island, will
8 Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
*y M. at Temple Beth ShaU
ton. Rabbi Kronish will ofii-
piate. Stephen is a student
to Beth Sholom religious
School and attends seventh
Biade at Nautilus Junior
tt'gh School.
Frank Kanitzky will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, May 14,
of Beth David Congregation.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Kanitzky, 225 SW 24th rd.,
he attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School. Among out-
of-town guests will be
Frank's aunt, Mrs. Trudi Mur-
ok, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Reception1 to Honor
>farnn .lainch ill
Martin Jainchill, son of Mr. Sol
Jainchill, Morristown, N.J., will
be Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 14,
at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Morris Horovitz, instruc-
tor of Talmud at the Academy, will
deliver the charge to the Bar Mitz-
vah. His topic will be "Reaching
Towards Goals."
Martin will read the Torah and
conduct the service. He is an hon-
or student of the senior class at
Aramore
Eric Kaufman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kaufman, will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El on Saturday, May
14. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. The celebrant
is a seventh grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School
and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
^
Ardmorc
Joel Steven Dokson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dok-
son, 738 West 50th St., will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, May 14, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Joel,
a student in Beth Sholom re-
ligious school, attends sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School.
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Jeis*ncrkmr
Miami Leaders Gift Over Million to Sinai
Campaign committees were be-
ing formed this week by officers
M the Mount Sinai Hospital De-
velopment Fund to solicit initial
Sifts with which to construct a new
3Q0**i general hospital la Miami
Beach i- a JpiM project of the
>** Siaai Hospital of Greater
Miami and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation
Approximately 900 South Flor-
ida business and civic leaders at-
tending a formal dinner at the
Fontamebieau hotel last Thursday
night were told that trustees of
the hospital have already- contrib-
uted more than a million dollars
toward the four million dollar con-
struction cost, and it was predict-
ed that the trustees will pledge
Sl.500.tXW in all
Almost a third of the tr.
are now out of Mma and ha\e not
yet revealed their pledges.
The group was given a preview
the new hospital MM
which was described by Dr Her-
man South, nationally -recognired
hospital consultant, as 'designed
^e the finest medical and re-
search center of its type in the
South ."
.An appropriate setting for the
dinner was provided by a huge 10
kq 12 square foot scale model of
the new hospital, huge photo-
graphs of many of the outstanding
features to be included in the
new bwitdmg and montage of hos-
pital
Max Orovitx. president of Mount Sinai Hospital, addresses
local leaders at a function in the Fontamebleau. Over
SI.000.000 was pledged here toward the new S4.000.000 hos-
pital Dan B- Ruskin. chairman oi the development fund,
looks on.
Speakers at the banquet includ-
ed Max Orovitz. president of Mount Rosthal Unveiling
Smai Hospital- oi Greater Miami:
Stanley Myers, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation:
Dr Smith: and Dan B Ruskin.
chairman of the hospitals build-
ing committee and of the Develop
ment Fund which seeks to raise
the necessary construction funds
Also participating were Rabbis
Leoc Kronish. of Temple Beth
Shotam. Joseph Narot. of Temple
lsraeL and Irving Lehrman. of
Ttmfte
Installation, Show
Set For Tuesday
Mrs. Jesse Glance will be install
', ed president of the Miami Chapter.
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
, pital. at the Columbus hotel oa
Tuesday noon. May 17. Mrs. Philip
Bendell will be chairman of the
affair, with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. in-
stalling officer.
Others to be named include the
j Mesdames Bendell. Sam Schulwolf.
I Henry Jacobson and Jess Spirer.
I vice presidents; Maurice Wein-
' traub. recording secretary: Henry
| Schor. corresponding secretary;
| Norman Burger, financial secre-
Itary: Michael Blank, treasurer: Jo-
seph Socolof. honorary' chaplain:
. Herman Wronker. chaplain: and
Jan Jacobs, auditor.
Board members to be installed
include the Mesdames Mildred
Burger. Sylvia Cohen. Harold Co-
hen. Nathan Coulton. Harold Druk-
er. Sidney Fertig. Leon Freed. Max
Fnedson. Jennie Gluckman. Wil-
liam Groner. Aaron Geuoff. Harry
Hacker. Jack Kauffman. Jean Mell
man. Charles Manhart. Joseph Or-
en. David Parries. Martin Parries.
Perry Radin. Sal Ramagli. David
Rifas. William Sacker. Rubin
Schild. J J Segal. Bernard Serein,
Leo Sobel. Bessie Stone. William
Weintraub. Louis Wolfe and Ro-
bert Yolken.
The ceremonies will be followed
, by a fashion show, with members
serving as models.
Howard (ioheTy
Mitzvah at K|'y\\
Howard SUnk- *J
was Bar Mitrvah SatZ.*
isn Community Center a?"
Heim officiated. *
Fink Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Dor-
othy Fink, formerly of 9295 NW
Puchioff Unveiling
Iki aMaVnmac-- :: a
to the aniarr of the
yamm Pochsrorf formerly of 15M
SU :as ae mm take place Seav-
day. May 15. 1 ib. at
Cemetery, wnh Rabei Leon Kro-
nish offinatmg Mr Ppehfcoff is
by h w-rfe. Dora a sen.
Merry Moms, of
daughters. Mrs. Rose
Miss Esther Moms, of Miami Ar-
rangements are is charge of
Palmers
pany Friends asm relatives
asked to
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Matilda
L Rosthal. formerly of 1800 SW
Hal st will take place Sunday.
May 15. 1 pm. at Mt. Nebo Cene;17* ave~ "^ ** *** Sunday.
ten with Dr Joseph Narot offi May IS. 2 pa. at Mt Nebo Ceme-
ciaung She is survived by her terv. with Rabbi S. T Swirsky of-
husband Samuel: two daughters, fieulinr Mrs. rink u survived by
Mrs Etbel R. Cohen, of Miami. .~.
and Mrs. Jane R Hirschberger. of *** husband. Aaron: also two
New York: one son. Robert J. of brothers, including Charles Cluck.
Washington." DC, four grandchil- of Miami Beach, and two sisters
Ar" Arrangements are in charge of
TkuT Palmer's Miami Monument Com
mmmmeat Company _. .
are asked to P*"* Fneads and relatives are
asked to attend.
Ben Gfller Will fHt
Washington f ewerol StaH
Ben GUler. owner and operator
of the Neptune hotel, will play
host to the staff of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion of Miami Beach. GiUer. who
also is a director of Washington
Federal, reveals that the three-day
weekend starts Friday evening.
*< $. baa
Howard attended the JV
Granada Jewish Center f]
past four year- and is i
grade student at Kir.kxh Pat]
ior High School. He is also h
her of the Zamora Boy Sam]
13.
Among out-of-town ttttsi
tending were Mrs. Katie
grandmother of Orange. XJ;|
Morris Rubin. Orlando, FU; L
B. Lerman. Newark. NJ.; as I
ra Fnes. Brooki>n. NY.; PI
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[Y. MAY 13. I9SS
iOBAL SHORTS
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Vindicated of Black
by German Court
\lC\i (JTA) Rabbi Aron
itrin, a controversial figure
Jewish community and in
an restitution circles, was
by a local German court
jg been involved in a black -
and smuggling ring. The
iitor had asked a two-year
be and a heavy fine. The
prosecutor immediately
it appeal against the acqutt-
f. Ohrenstein testified that
intervened in behalf of
Icrs of a scheme and had
r bd packages," unaware that
fvas anything wrong with
eanization. He stressed that
[acted in good faith through-
Parley in Italy
scuss Reparations
IE (JTAThe problem of
iiting funds assigned to
Jewry from German repar-
I monies by the Conference
pah Material Claims Against
iy will be discussed at a
ence convoked by the Union
llian Jewish Communities.
ncal community president
i n asked to attend the par-
Million Dollar Trade
kment Signed With Israel
NOS AIRES 'JTA) Israel
...ntiiia signed a new trade
|unt here calling for a three
dollar exchange of goods,
kreement was signed by It-
[mbassador Arieh Kubovy
Argentine Foreign Minister
|ronimo Remorino, in the
co of the Israel Finance Min-
li Eshkol and four Argen-
i< mimic advisors. Under the
lof the new accord, Israel
eke all payments in goods;
|the former Israel-Argentine
pact, she paid 70 percent of
in hard cash.
Intensify Policy
joing Arab Friendship
HINGTON (JTA) Highly
sources here confirmed
inited States Government
tly does not intend to grant
as to Israelsuch as were
[to Iraqduring the new
pear which starts on July 1.
er, they said that the State
nent will continue its pol-
permitting Israel to buy cer-
ategories of military sup-
this country. Israel Am-
ar Abba Eban is expected
jme high level discussions
el's security situation in the
nture.
in Official Cancels
ed Visit to Israel
(WNS)-What would
een the first visit to Israel
fest German government of-
I failed of attainment when
[illi Albert Ritter, head of
pddle Eastern Section of the
Federal Republic's Press
ption Age ncy, disclosed
fhile in Iran he cancelled
[to visit Israel, Egypt and
p Dr. Ritter gave no reason
last-minute switch in plans.
im Council Head Tells
'Shed Zionism'
YORK (WNS)If "it were
^e for Israel to shed its
a great step forward
be taken to stability" in the
East, Clarence L. Coleman,
ent of the American Council
Idaism, counselled here at a
[conference where he charg-
at "Zionist partisans and
lean politicians" were creat-
fe impression that the United
does not desire "a secure
lable Israel."
the age of 71. Present at the fu-
neral were a large number of
Christians and Moslems. All Jew-
ish shops in this city were cioaad
during the funeral. Prince Chedli
son of the Bey of Tunis, repre-
sented his father at the funeral.
I he members of the Tunisian Gov-
ernment. Moslems all. headed by
Premier Tahar Ben Amrriar, were
present. Roger Seydou, Prench
Deputy Resident General, also at-
tended.
Envoy to Moscow Presents
Credentials to Voroshilov
MOSCOW (WNS)President E.
Voroshilov this week received
Brigadier General Joseph Avidar
of Israel, new Israeli Ambassador
to the Soviet Union, who present-
ed his credentials to the Soviet
head of state. Gen. Avidar replaces
Samuel Eliashiv, who retired for
reasons of health.
Consumptive Relief Society
Announces Change in Name
NEW YORK (JTA)The Jewish
Consumptives' Relief Society of
Denver, one of the nation's larg-
est free voluntary tuberculosis
sanitoria, feels tuberculosis has
been brought under such routine
control" that it is at once broaden-
ing its facilities to provide for
cancer patients and for sufferers
of other malignant diseases, and
is changing its name to The Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver.
AJCongress Leader Scores
Conference at Bandung
NEW YORK (WNS)The Ban-
dung conference underscores the
"naivete and error" of America's
foreign policy in seeking to ap-
pease the Arab nations at the ex-
pense of Israel, Judge Justine
Wise Polier asserted here at a
luncheon sponsored by the Worn-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress. "It is note-
worthy," she continued, "that in
its demands on American to sacri-
fice friendship to Israel as a con-
dition of Arab support, Arab lead-
ers exploited our fear of commu-
nism. At the Bandung conference
attended by the leader of com-
munist China, these same Arab
leaders have demanded support of
their attacks on Israel on the
ground that Israel is a 'bridge-
head of America in Asia'."
Rabbi of Tunis
| os 50,000 Mourn
S (JTAV-Some 30,000 per-
"ttended the funeral here of
r'MDd Rate! David Bem-
wno died late last week at
Camp Guards on Trial
For Crimes Against Jews
PARIS (JTA)The second trial
of five former concentration camp
guards accused of crime against
humanity opened here. The five,
accused of crimes against French
Jews and non-Jews, were convict-
ed and sentenced to death by a
military tribunal in July, 1954, but
the verdict was reversed on tech-
nical grounds and a new trial was
ordered.
West Miami B'nai B'rith
Women Will Install Officers
Newly formed West Miami Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women will
hold its first officer installation
during Friday evening services of
the Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
spiritual leader, will officiate.
To be named to office are the
Mesdames Flora Supworth, presi-
dent; Vivian Sinclair, vice presi-
dent; Sylvia Richter, vice presi-
dent; Gertrude Golden, recording
secretary; Henrietta Deutschman,
corresponding secretary; Edith
Karo, financial secretary; Lucy
Goldberg, parliamentarian; and
Jessie Mack, treasurer.
Rabbi Waxman will be principal
speaker at the installation and dis-
cuss "Life Hereafter." Mrs. Har-J
old Tokayer is chairman of the in-
stallation committee.
Winners of CJA Day" at Westview pro-am golf tournament receive individual trophies from
Sam Resmck (second from right). Shown with golf tournament chairmun John Serbin (right)
are William Weintraub, Arthur England and David Phillips. Other winners not shown were
Mike Kratze and David Fleeman. Names of winners are inscribed on a 27-inch permanent
trophy on display at Westview country club.
These community leaders comprise the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation now holding hearings on agency reguests for allocations. Shown seated (left
to right) are Sam Prosterman, Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell, Dr. Morris
Goodman, Mrs. David Bass, Alvin Cassel and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Standing (left to right) are
Leon Epstein, Fred K. Shochet, Sidney Aronovitz, Max C. Gettinger, Isidore Simkowitz, Dr.
David Kirsh and Louis E. Goldman. Not shown in photo are: Meyer Baskin. Dr. Melvin
Becker, Morris Honigbaum, Arnold Seeder, Jack Topell, Julian Weinkle and Nat \lttnokur.
Red Archives Show Soviets Consider
Jews 'Security Risk Foreign Element'
Rabbi ta Ckak Snsian
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, a grad-
uate of Yeshiva .Unitersity, will
chair a luncheon session of the
Rabbinic Alumni of Yeshiva Uni-
versity at the annual convention
on Wednesday, May 18, at Spring
Valley, N. Y.
, Continued from Pag* 1 A
lensky oblast (district) most Jews
were "industrialists" and a spe-
cial emphasis was placed on the
communist indoctrination of per-
sons carrying on a small" manufac-
turing business at home. Since the
Jewish population mostly inhabi-
tated the urban areas of the oblast,
the local CP committees in the
cities and towns were responsible
for the communist supervision of
local Jews. The Jewish people were
communized through local bureaus
of the so-called Jewish sections.
One of the prime objectives of the
Sraolensky CP headquarters was
"to liquidate the trends of strong
clericalism existing among the re-
ligious Jewish population."
Indoctrination instructions in-
cluded advice on how to oppose
the Jewish religion and Zionism
while avoiding "Chauvinism and
anti-Semitism." Party members
were told how to make special
psychological appeals when seek-
ing "to promote a successful com-
munization" among Jews "who
were opposed to the party-line
ideology." The idea was to stress
the "desirability" of Jews "escap-
ing anti-Semitism" by abandoning
Judaism. Jews were urged to lose
their identity and merge with "the
masses." Nevertheless, the com-
munists stamped the word "Jew-
ish" on documents of even those
Jews who renounced Judaism.
One instance is recorded in
which communist authorities filed
"information on an anti-Jewish in-
cident perpetrated by lumberjack
workers against a fellow worker of
Jewish descent." Orders were is-
sued to punish those guilty of mis-
treating the Jew. Other anti-Sem-
itic incidents are found among the
files. One record stated that "all
anti-Jewish movements and inci-
dents were considered counter-
revolutionary and were subject to
a severe punishment."
Newspaper clippings in the Yid-
dish language are filed. The atten-
tion given Jews demonstrates a
preoccupation that in some cases
exceeds communist concern with
Christian religious matters.
A Smolensk folio described the
planning of an "anti-religious cam-
paign" by the CP authorities pur-
suant to directives received from
the central committee in Smo-
lensk. It was ordered that "all CP
members and candidates of subor-
dinate communist agencies were
responsible for supervising the
anti-religious campaign in the area
of their party activity."
The campaign was planned "dur-
ing the period of the Jewish Pass-
over holidays" but was directed
against all faiths. The record states
that "the communist personnel
was required by communist offi-
cials to show an extreme polite-
ness in fulfilling the following ob-
jectives of the Smolensk CP com-
mittee: compulsory presence (dur-
ing religious holidays) at work on
collective farms; severe punish-
ment for absentees; prosecution of
clergy for working against party-
line requirements."
Communists cry out for civil
rights and civil liberties all over
the world except in communist na-
tions. These are nations most des-
perately in need of militant advo-
cacy of basic rights. If communists
would oppose their own loyalty
program exposed in the Smolensk
papers with the same vigor they
display against "McCarthyism,"
the archives of such a development
would make reading even more
illuminating than the Smolensk
documents.
Federation Hears
Requests for Funds
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
of the budget committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
has announced that hearings are
being continued every Monday and
Thursday on various welfare and
educational agencies r e g a rding
their allocations.
Monday, May 9, the committee
reviewed and conducted hearings
on American Jewish Congress,
Dropsie College, Hebrew Univer-
sityTechnion and Joint Defense
Appeal.
Last Thursday, the group heard
representatives of Leo N. Levi
Memorial Hospital, Jewish Labor
Committee and Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau.
On May 12 hearings were to be
conducted for the purpose of re-
viewing requests by the American
Jewish Congress, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, National Jewish
Welfare Board and National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil. Members of the budget com-
mittee which considers allocations
to be made to some 55 agencies in
Greater Miami, throughout the
United States and overseas, in-
clude Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. David
Bass, Meyer Baskin, Dr. Melvin
Becker, Daniel Broad, Alvin Cas-
sel, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell,
Leon Epstein, Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Louis E. Goldman, Dr. Morris
Goodman, Morris Honigbaum, Dr.
David Kirsh, Sam Prosterman,
Arnold Seeder, Fred Shochet, Isi-
dore Simkowitz, Jack Topell, Jul-
ian Weinkle and Nat Winokur.
Pallot Opens law Office
Norman S. Pallot announces the
opening of his offices for the gen-
eral practice of law at 520 Ingra-
ham bldg., Miami.
ii


Honor Student Wins
Two Top Awards
j
ADca B
at the recent
1 Miami Beat* High
School Allen u the 14->esr-oM mm
I Dr and Mr* ftinaisph Skmch.
;42i Prairie are
A ninth grade student- he two
ei the Aaenran Lee** Certifi-
cate "in reeognitwn of hi* posses-
sion of thone hash annbties nf hoe
than and service which are neee*-
sary to the preservation and pro-
tection of the fnmtfntil mstxts-
t.ona of our gorirsment and the
advancement of society ~
Allen w- also presented snth
the Laun anedal for harnag achiev-
lirrf year of Latin.- an award of
the language Department of Mi-
ami Beach High
Dr Albert 0
the
in behalf of Port CS nf
Beach The Latin
recognition of his wort with Mts*
Massie Lane. Latin isunctor at
the srbooL
On Mar 26 Aien will he con-
firmed at Tetanic Beth
and on June 1*. he pinns
with the summer
the University nf
Claims Delegates! Democrats Urge Impartiality in Arms
Mot Optimistic
Atalf Vienna Talk
Coot
Cwwwtwod from Pone 1 A
on ThnriJi? In
satisfactory natare
tnan prspesaSsJ
lisiMit; thai fhis
of the un-
of the Ans-
* strong
will be the
raset
'**
n the two par-
rmoMAur shakwrg
The So-
W mi djMjh art
bot it was feh that
nf their remarks was
ngahntt former Jewish
The Jewish lenders snad
Jut these new demands had help-
ed to dhnentsh Jewish hopes to the
at a
of Socialist Party lead
We Chancellor Adolf
asked Austria to
in the
of a treaty, only under the
which the
the prop-
nUCwM I >
be coasider-
- | TT.
of
tn the frn-uei owner.
TV
of the one
Mel
will
to pay to the Soviet Union
for the retort: of Gemma proper-
3 When the above conditions
are fulfilled, the Restitution
Commission shall make restitu-
tion only when the former own-
er gives ample assurances that
present employes will be retain-
ed in their jobs If he cannot
do so. the Austrian Government
meat pay then some equivalent ;
warn in each.
4. Austria most also pay in cash <
for all restitution demands for'
farms and forests.
The Socialists also demanded
full compensation for individual
juridical persons and organ izat
who suffered special losses under
the occupation regime.
f mm Pan*
ing the ArablTael situation He
mid that ~m view of the belliger-
ent statements made by the Arab
lenders' the United Slates "
trust the Arabs' to use LS.
uons granted for the purposes in-
tended tj this country.
Hep Thomas L Ashley. Obsn.
said A*, a time when our ow
State Department describes'as 'im-
partial. a poOry by which free
military assistance is given to Iraq
hi> arms are soid to Israel, it is
ciear that we must reconsider the
value* upon which free and inde-
pendent Israel is founded And cer-
tainly we must change our policies
tn meet a definition of 'impartial'.
more in keeping with our honest.
American standards."*
Rep Barratt OTLva. Dlinots.!
warned the House that "it can hap-'
pen that guns and ammunition in-
tended for one purpose are pot to
a quite different use He said "it
is not wise that we should he n I
party in any way or in any sense
to contributing to the great and ,
grave d angeri facing Israel hi an I
inflamed area Another Illinois
Democrat. Rep Sidney states j
charges that "the policy of our'
State Department in the Middle '
East is moving more toward pro-'
moting hostility." he said
Mi. and Mrs Solomon
1231 Euclid ave will
thin month lot c trip to ]
The Hills are charier
ber of Congregation BeJ
Tnlah. and they will be hj
ored during Saturday eJ
ning services there. Mb]
HilL a fourth generation U
raeli. was born ..-. JerusaJ
The couple were aarriedaj
the Holy City.
IT'S PAREVE
for meats and powliiy fn* frying nnd spreading {
Mother^
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Family celebration is observed by the Harold Turk family at
Jieir home Sunday when a triple birthday was marked.
Celeb.-atir.c their birthdays are '.eft to right Dr. Stanley
Schwartz. Cornelia Turk. Mrs. Stanley Schwartz, sister of Har-
old Turk, and Councilman end Mrs. Turk Front row are Jona-
than Bad Hwbin Turk. Celebrating their birthdays were Mrs.
Turk, Mix. Schwartz and Jonathan. More than 30C well mfoh-
ers drop; at the Turk home dor jig the citemoon.
HAROLD
TURK
YOUR COUNCILMAN
Check His Umurpassed Record
raftered tfc* present city ataaaiaa board
Improved relatiaa* aetweea Mii leach ead
mamas
atitiwted Mind *., m^Sc reiatiMS daaertmrat
Tailed H ia^reve inter faith ralvti i
BpmswSSdaJ fight egaiast Ka Kbjz Klew
Aetharsd resalatiea laadiaf to Ftorida torapikt server
Set ead Hear HaraM TUCK
WTVJ Cbeaael 4, WDAY 4:55 PJn.
KEEP TURK AT WORK fOR MM*/ BEACH
bank
by mail
We NowTiu/TbftyeHoik Ways
convenient for you to j
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ill
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postage paid Bank By Mail envelopes, with deposit
sfip and receipt attached. Then, al you have to do
fat oof the ottodved deposit sap, enclose it with your
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mediately upon receipt, we"B mad you your depotf
receipt together wish forms and snvelopej tor
your next transaction.
Incidentally, did you know that wo were rr*
first Miami bank to offer the convergence of a Bonk
By Moil service*
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1AV. MAY 13, 1955
*JmMJk*Jdtor)
fademy Women
;f allation Slated
jinual installation luncheon of
[Hebrew Academy Women wiU
place Tuesday noon, May J7,
ho Rosewood suite of the; Fon-
Ebleau fcotel.
be installed are the Mes-
_< Irving Firtel, president;
Icy Rubinowitz, honorary pres-
|t: David S. Andron and Alex-
lr Kogan, honorary vice presi-
i. Isidore Spolter, Samuel
[hard. Harry Genet, Jerry Suss-
Lmiis Sussman, Alexander S.
s, vice presidents; Joseph
fcov^ky, treasurer; Alex Miller,
in...: secretary; Benjamin
nreich. recording secretary;
|d Seid, corresponding secre-
Joseph Shapiro, social secre-
Samuel M. Grundwerg, gen-
[secre,Ury; Jonah Caplan, chap-
Irving Lehrman will be in-
^nA officer.
1 Binder, president of the
ew Academy, will speak on
kit of the Academy's officers
I directors.
ilarie Maches, eighth grade
ent of the Academy, will ex-
congratulatory greetings on
jf of the student body.
mbers of the installation
Deon committee, the Mes-
Daniei Yedlin, Joseph Ze-
I.-idore Spolter and Sidney
nowitz. Mrs. Alexander S.
chairman.
.mermans Plan
fur of Israel
and Mrs. Morris Zimmer-
(i 18S4 SW 23rd ter., Miami,
leaving on their first trip to
11. Dov C h a pter, Mizrachi
|en. of which Mrs. Zimmerman
st vice president, will honor
ouple Sunday evening at Beth
Dngregation.
Zimmermans plan to leave
bi May 18, but they won't cm-
yon the SS Independence un-
alj 9. Until then, they will
|their children in Chicago. On
22. they will attend the wed-
oi I heir granddaughter, Ar-
'On June 4. their grandson,
In will become Bar Mitzvah.
fie is the daughter of Mrs.
Zimmerman. Martin's par-
ire the Abe Slanns. Other
ten the Zimmermans will see
Ir. and Mrs. Alan Friedman.
[addition to her work with
Chapter, Mrs. Zimmerman is
tive in local American Jew-
fongress work. Mr. Zimmer-
[belongs to the Masons, Odd
's and B'nai B'rith.
couple plan to be back
late in October.
PAGE 11 A
Committee planning a Hebrew Academy installation luncheon
at the Fontainebleau hotel includes (left to right, standing)
Mrs. Alexander Gross and Mrs. Daniel Yedlin. Standing are
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. Mrs. Joseph Zemel and Mrs. Isadore
Spolter.
in
Harry Genet (right), chairman of the executive committee, and
Charles Fruchtman (left), vice president, shown congratulating
B. I. Binder upon his re-election as president of the Hebrew
Academy.
Academy
Installs Officers
no" Mrs. Zimmerman
Bond Story Will
[M to Hadassah
Ithe Mount Scopus Group of
>sah meeting to be held next
py, the story will be told of
f Israel Bonds, according
Clara Bursteln, president
fc'roup.
meeting, wnjch will take
a< the Beth David Synagogue
'm-. will be the last meeting
current season.
Cravitt. president of the
Oables ZOA, will speak en
fconomic aid provided to Is-
I by State of Israel Develop-
Bonds and the role that
rican women are playing in
|ng the young State of Israel
ive economic independence,
'he meeting, Mrs. Sylvia
Royal Palm ave., will enter-
Py singing operatic selections.
B. I. Binder, Hebrew Academy
president-elect for a second term,
was installed Tuesday at a dinner
at Waldman's hotel.
Also installed were Dr. David S.
1 Andron, honorary president; Har-
ry Genet, chairman, executive com-
mittee; Kolman Luria and Harry
Levitt, honorary vice presidents:
}, Isidore Goldberg, Jack Satin, Sam-
j uel Reinhard, Herman Basch,
11 Charles Fruchtman, Raymond Ru-
i bin, Morris Cohen, Irving Firtel,
Jacob Kaufman, Daniel Broad, vice
presidents; Samuel M. Grundwerg,
treasurer; Harry Koretzky, co-
treasurer; Nathan Ginsburg, cor-
responding secretary; Sidney Ru-
binowitz, recording secretary; Max
Silverberg, general secretary; Sol
Goldman, auditor; Dr. Irwin H. Ma-
kovsky, medical advisor.
Irving Kelemer, eighth grade
student at the Academy, extended
greetings to the newly-elected of-
ficers and directors. Cantor Ber-
nard Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, render-
ed several musical selections.
In his acceptance address. Bind-
er said that "complete plans are
now being formulated for the erec-
tion of a new Academy building,
which will accommodate more than
500 students desiring the Acad-
emy's unusual program of an
American-Hebrew education."
In speaking of the growth of Mi-
ami Beach in the past few years,
he stated that "the spiritual
growth of the community must
keep pace with the physical
growth."
Herman Eisenberg, executive di-
rector of the Academy, was chair-
man of the evening.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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Florida
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IRVING 8PECTOR, Plaintiff
VK.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO SI-'.KN'A SPBCTOR
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l.onif Inland City.
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You are hereby notified that ., Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has hern
filed aaauut you, antMyi.u are re-
quired to *ei 11 ropy of your A
on the |.):iiiitlffs AttorheyH, KOVXEK
& .MAXMIKIMHK. MO Lincoln Road,
Beach, Florida, and file the
original Anxw-er or l'l.adln* In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the Jlth da.) of
June, I!'..., If you fall t.i do so. judg-
ment by default will he taken auainst
you for the relief demand. .1 in the
Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Moilda. thia 10th day of Hay, A D.
Iv II I.KATHKIt.MAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I 'ade Count<, Florida
B] U H. RICE. JR.
(Clreult Court Seali Deputy Clerk
5/1J-K.-I7 6/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179463
KELVIN E. A8PDEN, Plaintiff.
vs.
CLARICE M A8PDEN, Defendant
TO: CLARICE M. ASPDBN
1600 Marine Avenue
Manhattan Beach. California
You are required to serve a opv
of your answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Dlvoro* on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk of the
Clreult Court on or before the I ltd da)
of June. A.l>. 1156: otherwise, th, Mill
of i 'omplalnl for I h on .. hei etofore
filed herein, will be taken as confess-
ed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
llth da) of May, IMS,
B. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I >.uie bounty, Florida,
By: M C. QREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179490
ERIEDA I.OKOH, 1'laintlfr, .
vs.
RL'SSEL LOKOS, Defendant.
TO: KCSSKi, LOKOS
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Brooklyn, n.v
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your ans.r to the 1:111 of Complain!
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in the office of the Clerk of the cir-
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Hill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
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confessed by you.
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K. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
i iside i 'minn. Florida.
B) WM STOCKING.
fClrcuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerk
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Law Firm Dissolves
Morris Berick, of the law firm
of Berick, Shapiro & Fried, this
week announced the dissolution
of the firm and his continuation in
the practice of law as Morris Ber-
ick at 237 Mercantile National
Bank bldg., Miami Beach.
Resumes Law Practice
Arthur D. Deckelman* attorney-
at-law, announces that he has re-
turned from service with the Arm-
ed Forces and is now engaged in
the practice of law. in partnership
with Henry M. Cain at 2918 West
Flagler st.
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FOOD FAIR thanks its many, man) patrons for their loyal shopping
support... and now invites everyone to share in the great host of
"Birthday Bargains" especially arranged to save you money on the
fine foods you want and prefer.
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FEDERATION GROUP
TO CHANGE NAME
u^^wHsltUEIIiDii^diusun
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1955
SECTION B
NEW BOOK ON
TANNAITK LITERATURE
\eNCV PROGRESS, FUTURE PROGRAMS TO BE EVALUATED
nnual Social Service Breakfast
"While some agencies seem to
be afraid of the confusion that can
be caused if they carry a number
of services, we are much more con-
cerned," she said, "about unmet
needs. Perhaps there is confusion,
but that simply means that we
must find ways to deal with it."
Culminating this reorganization
process, the agency's by-laws have
been revised under the aegis of
Alvin Cassel and his committee.
Earlier this week, the charter was
amended. Beginning with Sunday's
annual meeting the agency will
now be known as Jewish Family
Service. Embraced under this
name are the philosophy of com-
munity responsibility, the serv-
ices, the professional skills and the
dedication of a devoted board of
directors. Increasingly, according
to Mrs. Ackerman, popular aware-
ness of family counseling services
has turned to an understanding of
the words "family service." It is
hoped the new name will make it
even easier for people to know
where to turn when they need
is is The speciaY area.In which j help. "But even more important,
want to work.' Social services the change in name symbolizes the
st be flexible, ready to. meet progress on which the agency has
insisted, so that it now presents a
new face to the community, with a
demonstrated assurance that it is
able to give help."
Basic central program of the
agency is family service. As the
essential element of this, family
counseling has emerged. "Family
counseling is the application of
casework practice to problems of
inter-personal relationship, par-
ticularly in marriage and in the
relations between parents and
Children." Albert Comanor. JSSB
With its annual report and elec-
lin meeting this Sunday at the
jjcayne Terrace hotel, the agency
lw known as the Jewish Social
Irvice Bureau ends its five-year
Inod of reorganization which be-
ln with the survey of its pro-
am in 1949-1950. The nature of
program, the directions it will
Ice for some years to come and
basic philosophy of community
vice will be dicussed at the
eeting.
Irs. Leo Ackerman, board pres-
ent, explained that "the secret
JSSB's unceasing energy and
idineai to face the problems
at come with change is the ag-
io's philosophy of community
Isponsibility." As she sees it,
Wanning comes first." The ag-
Icy was created out of the con
|rn that people feel for others,
desire to see that need was
entified and that help was of
red. She said that "human prob-
ns take many forms, and there
no virtue in picking out a par-
rular manifestation and saying,
Myers Leads Federation Slate
In Second Successive Term As
Annual Meeting Date Nears
Mrs. (ee Ackerman
Harold Thurman, chairman of
the naming committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
this week revealed slate of can-
didates for official positions in
Federation to be elected at the an-
nual dinner meeting Tuesday eve-
ning. May 17, at the Biscayne Ter-
race hotel.
Stanley C. Myers was named by
the committee to serve again as
Federation president. Carl Wein-
lcle will serve as honorary presi-
dent.
Named candidates for the office
of vice president are Sam J. Hei-
man, Howard Kane, Aaron Kanner,
John Serbin and Harold Thurman.
David Phillips was renominated
for treasurer, and Mrs. Samuel Si-
monhoff, this year's Women's Di-
vision chairman, has been nom-
inated to serve as secretary.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of
the annual meeting committee, has
announced the appointment of
ople where they are and also
lady to get them past the fears
Id uncertainties which cause
Irm to shy away from getting
}lp." The attitude of the agency,
board president affirmed, is
regressive, outgoing, flexible,
It-analytical, experimental, and
[pared to respond to challenge.
NEW OFFICERS WILL BE INSTALLED
Florida ADL to Present Aronovitz
With Award for 'Statesmanship
proved human relations" at the an-
nual installation banquet of Mi
hotel on Sunday evening, May 22.
Announcement of the award was
made by George J. Talianoff, chair-
man of the advisory board of the
Albtrt C
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will
receive the first annual award of
the Florida Regional Office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
"B'rith "for his outstanding states-
executive director, wurtlliucd. TW fr"'*.'1?''__""* ww^titRMi to im-
other main service areas are re-
settlement service for New Amer-
I icans, care of the aged, vocational
j service and child care.
The resettlement service is re-
! cognized separately because, un-
like the family service program,
| which is financed by the Commu-
! nity Chest, the care of New Amer-
icans receives its operating funds
from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. "In addition, there are
certain special elements of respon-
sibility," Comanor said. "Through
the agency, the Jewish community
of Greater Miami continues to be
a participant in world wide migra-
tion planning and in immigration
to the United States. Although pub-
lic awareness of the drama of mi-
gration has lessened, the work of
migration planning, of reception
Continued en Page 7 B
Florida Regional Office. Mayor
Aronovitz will be the guest speak-
er at the banquet.
Newly elected officers of the
Lodge will be installed by Hon.
Milton A. Friedman. Judge of the
Municipal Court of the City of Mi-
ami. To take office as president is
ami Beach Lodge in the Delano Michael Sossin, Miami automobile
Combined Jewish Appeal Divisions
Report More Than $1,225,000 Tally;
of 9,100 Gifts Announced
Upward
Combined Jewish Appeal Di-
|sions this week reported a total
" more than $1,225,000 raised in
He campaign thusfar.
Chairman Sam Heiman has an-
nounced that more than 9.100
lifts have been made in the cam-
aign to date with a good possi-
Nity of another 1.000 contribu-
tions forthcoming from Greater Mi-
|mi residents not yet contacted by
pJA volunteers.
The 195S campaign has exceeded
P.v nearly 7 percent the total reach-
M in last year's drive. There is
tvery possibility that the final to-
la I- may exceed the campaign fig-
ure reached in 1953, Heiman said.
I'he Business and Professional
division is over the $650,000 mark.
Recording to vice chairmen Leo
Ackerman, Leo Chaikin, Artie
^avitz and John Serbin
At the Westview Country Club
'thank you" party honoring vol-
unteers and their wives, it was th
joint Trades Division which boost-
ed the campaign total to the $1.-
200.000. Additional gifts by David
Provus and Abe Kurman were re-
sponsible for the pain. Nearly 250
persons attended the social event
to hear trades chairmen commend-
ed for their outstanding job in this
year's drive. Participating in the
pYogram was Federation president
Stanley C. Myers, Heiman, M. J.
Kopelowitz and four vice chair-
men alternating as masters of cere-
monies.
Individual golf trophies were
presented to winaers of the recent
CJA day pro-am tournament di-
rected by chairman John Serbin.
Recipients of awards were Wil-
liam Weintraub. Arthur England,
David Phillips and Serbin.
Heiman reports the trades group
has nearly 93 percent of its quota
Continued on Page 9B
CONSTITUTION REVISION
Forum Scheduled
At Bureau Election
"After Bar Mitzvah What?" will
be the subject of a symposium at
the closing meeting of the board of
directors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
Three panelists will include Rabbi
Morris Skop, Gables Jewish Cen-
ter; Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education; and Irving Katz, princi-
pal of Miami Beach High School.
The meeting will be held on
Monday evening, May 16, at the
Ritz Plaza hotel. Election of offi-
cers for the year 1955-56 will be
held. Slate will be presented by
Israel Shapoff, chairman of the
nominations committee. An amend-
ment to the constitution of the
dureau will be recommended to
include honorary presidents to be
elected annually from past presi-
dents. Charles Guberman, age 10,
student at Zamora Jewish Center
will chant liturgical selections.
The meeting will also salute the
opening of the reference section
of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
Library in memory of Phillip and
Sophie Rabinowitz. and the work
of Abraham Whitehouse in reno-
voting the library.
Present officers of the Bureau
are honorary president. Max Mei-
sel; honorary vice presidents, Is-
rael Shapoff and Harry Simonhoff;
president, Matilda H. Ratner; vice
presidents, Harold Thurman, Sol
Goldman and Joseph Duntov; sec-
retary. Ben Zion Ginsburg; and
treasurer, Sam Prosterman.
dealer, who succeeds Gershon
Miller, Miami Beach attorney.
A highlight of the affair, which
has been held continuously since
1946. will be a recital by Miss Su-
san Talianoff, talented young colo-
ratura soprano.
Also to be installed are Allen
Goldberg. Alvin Hellman, George
Kronengold and Irving Schatzman.
vice presidents; Harry Milton La
zer, recording secretary; Joseph A.
Kegos. treasurer; Jack M. Fink,
financial secretary; Gershon S. Mil-
ler, monitor; Abraham Swartz. as-
sistant monitor; Daniel M. Broad,
warden.
Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian: trus-
teesJack August, Paul Seider-
man, Harold Turk, William Agra-
nove; William Bornstein, Sam A.
Goldstein, Meyer Teigman, Abe
Frankel and Aaron Newman.
Committee in charge of the ban-
quet includes George J. Talianoff,
chairman, Jack August, Jack M.
Fink. Jack J. Gold. Allen Gold-
berg, Al Hellman, Gilbert J. Bal-
kin, Barnett Beckerman, Joseph
Kogos, Walter C. Kovner, George
Kronengold, Gershon S. Miller,
Godfrey K. Newman, Burnett Roth,
Irving Schatzman, Michael Sossin,
Paul Seiderman and Harry Zuker-
nick.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein as chairman
of the program committee; Mrs.
Harold Spaet to head the arrange-
ments and decoration committee;
Mrs. Fannie Sehg, chairman of
hostesses; and Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man, chairman of attendance.
Serving with the program group
will be Thurman, Irving Cypen.
Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Charles
Eli Gottlieb. Mrs. Joseph Duntov
and Mrs. Ben Lond will assist Mrs.
Spaet.
Named to serve as hostesses at
the annual dinner event will be the
Mesdames Jack A. Ablin. Leo Ack-
erman, David Bass, Arthur Bur-
rell, Jack earner, Leo Chaikin,
George Chertkof, Sam Friedland.
Louis E. Goldman, Sam J. Heiman,
Leon Jacobs, Aaron Kanner. Aaron
Kravitz, Sidney Lefcourt, Morris
Lansburgh, John Serbin and Wil-
liam D. Singer.
The following will serve with
Mrs. Lehman's attendance commit-
tee: Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Meyer
Baskin, Leon Ell, Mrs. Moe Fein-
gold, Ezra Feingold, Ben Meyers,
David Phillips and Tobias Simon.
"There will be accent on youth
in this year's program," said Mrs.
Weinstein. reporting to the annual
meeting group early this week.
"Young community leaders who
expect to take their place in the
forefront of our Federation family
in future years will participate in
a unique panel program in which
they, leaders of tomorrow, will act
as interrogators seeking informa-
tion about our city's needs and th?
growth of our Jewish communit> "
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Ro-
bert Lewis, Charles Goldstein and
Di. Melvin Becker will be featured
in the special panel skit
Filling the role of "experts' ot
community planning, health, social
service, religion and Jewish edu-
cation, will be the following: Leon
Kaplan, Irving Lehrman, Sidney I.
Bernbaum. John N. Serbin. Charles
Eli Gottlieb. Leonard Wien. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Irving Cypen
and Harold Spaet.
Meeting will begin promptly
with serving of fish dinner at 6:30
p.m. in the Starlight room of the
hotel, Mrs. Spaet announced.
Mayer Akt AreaeWfi
Beach Chapter
Enrolls Local
Women Leaders
Forty new members were en-
rolled at a meeting last week of
Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, in the home of Mrs. A.
AI per.
First three enrolled, according
to Mrs. Max Davis, membership
chairman, were Mrs. Frederick
Fischer, Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman.
Mrs. Fischer is former president
of Chicago B'nai B'rith Women's
Council, officer of District 6. first
vice president of District 5. repre-
sentative of the Women's Supreme
Council and a member of the
speakers' bureau for 24 years.
Mrs. Farr, Miami Beach civic
leader, is chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation annual
dinner Tuesday evening, past pres-
ident of the National Council of
Jewish Women's Miami Section,
past president of Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood, past president
of the Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade and
Broward Counties and a member
of the Federation board of gover-
nors.
President of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Mrs. Lehman is also
general vice president of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital.


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Apr 13
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Daachtir bora to Mr aad Mrs
Louis Dresner Apr 14.
Son born to Mr. aad Mrs. David
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Soa bora to Mr and Mr*. Mil
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Soa bora to Mr and Mr* San
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Soa bora to Mr aad Mrs .Arnold
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[LIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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PAGE 3 B
iREVV ACADEMY will hold
evening services at 6:30.
lay morning services are at
fcbbi Alexander Gross will
on the Weekly Portion.
will be at 6:15 p.m., fol-
by Shalos Seudos. Daily
js are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:35
[with Sunday services at 6
*
DORA JEWISH CENTER will
Friday evening services at
i'ith Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
ting. Louis Schwartzman,
live director of the Bureau
irish Education, will discuss:
dor Herzl and the Jewish
Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Perel-
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aiisinger, will be Bar Mitz-
jring Saturday morning ser-
Bt 9:30. Rev. Rudolph Brill
ender the musical portions
liturgy.
*
IPLE SINAI of Hollywood
Friday evening services
Saturday morning serv-
h' at 9. George, son of Mr.
| Nat Allen, will become
litzvah. Rabbi David Sha-
ull speak on the topic:
Me to Believe." Cantor Jo-
lalek will render the musi-
tions of the liturgy, assisted
choir under the direction
\. Mordechai Haalman. Daily
services are at 9.
*.
[SETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
IN will hold Friday evening
t- at 6:15. Saturday morn-
Irvices are at 8:30. Rabbi
Kaplan will discuss: "Why
God?" Cantor Abraham
kill officiate. Harvey Leon-
bn of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lich-
III become Bar Mitzvah? Class
bit's of the Fathers is at 6
lincha will be at 6:45, fol-
[by Maariv.

|TH DADE JEWISH CEN-
bill hold Friday evening ser-
if 8.15. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lll preach on the topic: "A
In Happiness." Cantor Mau-
|eu will render the musical
Os of the liturgy. Oneg Shab-
|ll be sponsored by Mr. and
iViiliam Chuzmir, in honor
|ir son, Ronald, who will be-
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
ng services at 9. Junior ser-
kre at 11 a.m.

:RETH ISRAEL NORTH-
CENTER will hold Friday
kg services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
pham Herson will preach on
Opic: "Fountain of Living
Cantor Albert Glantz
under the musical portions
liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Cutun will be hosts at the
IShabbat following in honor
|ir son, Roger G. Bayer, who
icome Bar Mitzvah during
fay morning services at 9.
Herson will preach on the
"Healing Powers of God."
fH EMETH CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening
at 7:30. Herbert Buch-
will officiate. Subject of the
In is scheduled as: "What
leligion Means to Us."
, *
WPLE BETH SHOLOM will
(Friday evening services at
i.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
on the topic: "Ten Years
Liberation." Saturday
fng services are at 10:45. Joel
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
Dokson, and Stephan Jay,
kf Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Far-
nil become Bar Mitzvah. Can-
amuel Kelemer will render
busical portions of the liturgy.

PWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
Friday evening services at
P m Saturday morning serv-
jre at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Beck-
P'l preach on the topic: "Sanc-
5W vwyiiQ
Pbbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
'WCMICAE AVINUI, MIAMI UACM
. nmu JI l-3iS
tification of Man." Class in Tal-
mud precedes the service at 8.
Class in Ethics of the Fathers will
be held at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at
6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz will
be hosts. Daily services are at 7
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss:
"Sanctuary and Peace." At 5:15
p.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will speak
on the Weekly Portion. Mincha
is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Hill. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Class in
Talmud will be held at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. Rev. Leo Heim will discuss
Candlelighting Time
IYAR 21 6:34 P.M.
the Weekly Portion and chant the
liturgy. Junior services are at
10:30. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m.,
followed by Maariv.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Services will be
dedicated to the sisterhood. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Aaron H.
Blumenthal, vice president of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
Saturday morning services are at
0: Rabbi Lehman will preach on
the Weekly Portion. Eric, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaufman, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Daily serv-
ices are in the chapel at 8 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Cantor Philip Brura-
mer renders the musical portions
of the liturgy.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold services Friday eve-
ning at 6:30. Late services are at
8 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiating and discussing:
"Ills of Humans Can be Cured."
Liturgy will be chanted by the
center choir under the direction
of Eli Samuels. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:45. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning serv-
ices arc at 8:30. Rabbi Akiva Chill
will preach on the topic: "Life is
Time." Cantor Aaron Weingarten
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Class in Talmud is
at 5:45 p.m. Mincha will be at
6:30 p.m. Eric Merlin and Melvin
Safra will officiate at the closing
services Saturday morning.' Shalos
Seudos will be sponsored by Sam
Brauer.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:15 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman will officiate and
install officers of the newly form-
ed B'nai B'ritb Women of West
Miami. Subject of the sermon is
scheduled as: "What is a Jew?"
Saturday morning services are at 9.
Nelson Robert, son of Mr. and
itSrLSi,3i11S5r Bar Turk Supporters Reveal
.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday everting services at
Opening of Campaign Office
Campaign headquarters of coun-
" cilman Harold Turk, who is seek-
cuS "WniJKb?dho?Sa^sm, Did^^-1^^ .J^Be-ch
Albert Einstein Live'" Cantor ia ?ll (:.im*1''*ve been opened at
Albert Einstein Live?" Cantor Ja
cob Bornstein will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy.

AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:45. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Rabbi
Isaac Ever will officiate and dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha
is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Maariv concludes the Sab-
......i observance. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Sunday
services are at 9 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Bar-
ry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Nadler, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate,
with Cantor Berele Kelemer ren-
dering the musical portions of the
liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 5:30
p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30
a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday, evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lepow. will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and discuss the I
Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:451
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 8 a.m. and
15 minutes before sundown.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate and preach
on the topic: "Conquest of the
Unholy." Cantor Fishel Lutman
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Junior services are at
10 a.m. Class in Sanhedrin will
be held at 5 p.m., followed by Min-
cha at 6 p.m. and a discussion of
the Zohar.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris
Skop will discuss: "Jews in World
News." Saturday morning servic-
es are at 9:45. Rabbi Skop will
preach on the topic: "On Being
Kind to Others." Cantor Irving
Robinson, Robert Strassburg and
the children's choir will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
e
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15. Partici-
pating will be members of the
! congregation. Rabbi Malcolm
] Sparer will discuss: "The Charter-
i ed Cause." Saturday morning
services are at 10.
COUNSELLORS
WANTED FOR SUMMER CHILDREN'S
CAMP in Florida. Ability and follow-
ing essential. Mr. S., Box 2973,
Miami II.
1610 Washington ave., it was an-
nounced this week.
Turk supporters, in making the
announcement, said they tried to
pick a convenient locationwhere
people can stop by to inquire about
Turk's record or request informa-
tion about voting procedures.
A Miami Beach attorney. Turk
was first elected to the city coun-
cil in 1947. As mayor and council-!
man, he says he spearheaded leg-!
islation against the Klu Klux Klan
in Florida cities and in the state i
legislature.
An active worker in civic, fra-1
ternal and religious organizations, |
Turk is married and the father of |
three children, all of whom attend
Miami Beach public schools.
Luncheon Party Wednesday
North Dade Jewish Sisterhood
will hold its regular monthly
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Mau-
rice Goldman, 1900 South Hibis-
cus dr., on Wednesday noon, May
18.
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MGE4B
EETTEK WHOM iSKAEL
Precocious Israeli Heads Synagogue T
THE
DOCTRINE
m.
OF ELECTION
T99 pp. U-SO
IN TANNAITK
Yerfc:
LITERATURE. By
B, HILARY MINOLIN
-THE PURPOSE of thas study ~ writes Dr. Helfgott. to deter-
nt the effect of the Christian challenge to the Jewish concept af
tlertioa ia the early tautic pmod aad the reartioa oc the part of
liilaii -^--^-t toward that challenge.- The doctrine of the ekeetwe
ef Israel as the thiif people, of their specxalaess 1a the sight of God.
tenet of Judaism. The apoatate Paai^a* the first to
uversal Chretiaa satvataoa with the mhereai Jewish
af priority to the hVinaair jinaaini "
Actually Paal was oa a theological spot, of setts, froai
ceaad aarjr extricate himself Gad had cast of f Hts people braei For if God had aoL aad the Jews
were -saved- laapt; by virtue of beta* Jews, thee there
tittle peart a> anyone's hiiimmi Christian Aad Paal was. of
The possuoa of the Church was centered around the hebef that
its uhlgataaai to God imamly. >a this case, the
eaes as the Messiah*, had forfeited its election
aal limct (that m. for all Jews | was deased la favor
of the Sesaaaatthose individuals regardless af
rho chose to resaaia elected le. to accept Jesus, *
d did the rabms of the Tanaaitic period offer against
Dr Helfgott s scholarly study foes systematical!.*
i the writxags of the Taanaim to briac as their answer -. which
i ii ijIhaif hat their devotion to Judaism
Br NURA LASKY
JERUSALEMOn week-days,
the streets of Northern Jerusa-
lem, dose by the
are fall of aou
There are market-goers, gottip-
iac aoesewives. children playing
in the streets It is a kaleidoscope
of ever chancing patterns and
Friday, the eve of
the transforma-
At the approach of sun-
tbe streets are empty The
oaJy figures you see are all out
for oae purpose Black and grey
coated, they pass along the wind-
ing cobble stoat d streets. They
Without knowing one's way
t would be difficult to
the synagogue, unless one
the sound of staging
the asset alleys Bat we
were lucky Yehezauel Freimaa. a
fifth-generation J e r u salemite.
who works for the Electric Cor-
poration, for long had drVnmtd
of spending Friday afternoons
tuudiiilliig tours of the syna-
gogues for foreigners aad inter-
ested Israelis. A year ago his
dream became a reality.
In a little room of the Govern-
ment Tourist Office, enthusiastic
Mr Freimaa first explains to the
visitors what they are about to
see Bukhanan Sephardi. Ye-
menite, and various Hassidie syn-
agogues In a brief talk he builds
up the atmosphere for his en-
raptured listeners. "Geographi-
cally speaking, the synagogues
are near each otherless thaa
200 yards apart. But figuratively
-peaking, they are more than 200
years apart. This tour takes you
through Jewish history, for these
people adhere to the customs of
oui
their native lands tw
thew fathers n prayed ""
"In Jaeir cloths- *
"* ">ou ^ their
**?i.hfb reflected
Astrakchir. hat,. M, -.
dress of the Shahs.tS
"JMwOgue* thehW*
els were originally t^T
Of Polish -qUlres; lh( "
JiU e r the tille.
****> their WoRl
use Arabian desert
ago"
But atxne aU_ m
prayers can be traced ti
of their -jffenng iB _
luth From the perJ
rogue looking out l0J
daa-held Jerusalem aal
Scopus in 'he distance.
ed the road to tat
01 pr>er.
XT THE
MES
Biblical Research Group
To Aid in Movie Making
By LEON GUTTERMAN
repiytag to a Mm"" phisosoph who em-
ployed the idea of si-> to argue that God "had rejected Hts betroth-
ed 'braei painted oat that it is ealy when the widow performs the act
Haiitzah that the man ts absolved, thus, so long as Israel herself
adheres to her Chosen portion the boad remains, even in the face
-eaaaorary withdrawal by Gad
Rabbi Bsezer ben Hyrcaaas. who maintained "that the whole pur
nose of the creation was for the Torah/ foresaw "no salvation but
lead eternal doom for the entire Gentile worM ~ Rabbi Joshua ben
Hacaanah. oa the other hand, "removed all distinction between Jew and
Gentile in attaauag saliauaa through good life Rabbi Jose ben
Haiafta beheved that -braei would sexier only for as many years as
they had waned, and that the Messiah would came at the conclusion
hat period. -Whoever knows hoar many years Israel worshipped
idob aba knows when the son of David will come Hi- remedy to
the Fail af Adam lay m Yom Kippar and personal repentance And.
acrardaag to Rabbi Judah ben DaL The election depends directly upon
brads iiwlinenmily oaaemag as part m the reciprocal arrangement
tf the loving retatasatsaap between God aad Israel
B was not Dr Helfgott s purpose to evaluate the arguments of
refutations presented ia the Taamaitie doctrine, but I think the reader
will find that ihwr. diiraiisan will arise from this annotated.
thorough dissertation With the facts at hzad. who could not find his
en way to the truth*
HOLLYWOODMotion picture,
producers, directors and writers
now hate a place in braei that
supply them with ail the au-
thentic research they need. It's the
Biblical research department of
baaeffx .Forum Film which has
been established by two Biblical
I scholars, O. Sonnenfeld and T F
Meysels
At their disposal is the cumu-
lative knowledge of the Hebrew
University, the Israel Exploration
Fund, the Pontifical Bible Institute
and the Ecole Bibhque of the
Dominican Father-
Sonnenfeld. whose headquarters
are in Tel Aviv, says Hollywood
frequently makes mistakes in its
portroyal of Biblical times and
characters For in>tance. he points
out hi- staff might have warned
20th Century-Fox r* using
the Star of David in -"David and
BEWfVi POE1TH\\L CM'MiTAiXS
Pakistan and Egypt Vie for
Moslem World Leadership
By DAVID MtARK
i.tNEVA The struggle for
leadership of the Moslem world
flares up into the opea again The
contenders are Pakistan and
Egypt. The battle was fought at
the Afro-Asian Conference at Bar.
prue Western alh-
for the Arabs,
is obvious from the
hy Pakistan Premier Mohammed
Ah this week He flatty declared
eaamot share its for
oa the whims, wishes
ofEgrpt--
This carefully timed bombshell
was dropped hy Ah four days be-
fore the state nsit to Karachi of
Egyptian Premier Colonel Abdel
Nasser aad ease week poor to Pa-
kistan "s slated eatry mao the Tur-
co-lraqui pact
This frank a dan 1110a of failure
to reach a compromise with Egypt
came after a three-day round of
talks All had with his envoys to
the Middle East The top-secret
parley was held at the Swanky
resort of
as too wen
i dsplei to
a
fire at the right ajaar-
ter- Cairo has takes due aete of
he stands The Egyptian
Premier has virulently attacked
the Tarco-Iraqui pact He ha>
, charged such regional defense alli-
ances are against Arab nationalist
and neutralist interests.
He want- no part of it.
Pakistan apparently feels just
the opposite way about it The
Dt used by All
to the abuse
burled on Pakistan m recent
weeks by the Egyptian areas Cairo
fears Pakistani efforts to challenge
its leadership
Bathsheba Seems it wasn't a Jew-
l-h symbol before the 17th cent-
Ai for DeMiUe's "Samson and
Delilah." the research department
might have unproved on the fin-
ery of the beauties of Philistia via
documented creation of the period.

People in Hollywood -till talk
about Victor Borge's continuing
fabulous saeeess on Broadway. His
I first appearance on Rudy Vallee's
radio program more than a decade
and a half ago. which also was a
: first for famous ventriloquist Ed-
, gar Bergen, now seems a part of
history Victor A Dune recently |
presented a scroll recounting Den-
. mark's historic wartime rescue of
' its entire Jewish community to Dr
Nelson Glueck. president of He-
"brea Union College-Jewish la-
ne of Religion, for preserva-
tion in the school archives.
| ...
In a Los Angeles court this week.
legal action by one Bologna against
one Werner to compel specific per-
formance of contract, elicited this
from the Jewish judge "I never
sausage a ease "
Victor
Independer.' Producer
Kramer, nov back under t
ed Artists banner upon i
uon of b cturei
Columbia, has been
contract with MGM KnmaJ
"Came M
'the box office around ta]
recently completed
directing "N i- a Stn
United Artists release.
which MGM has offered 1
is somewhat -;milar to twj
alignment of David 0
with the same compwj.
Kramer would be given
tial freedom in callinf taj
on hu productions.
PEKSO\AMJTIES MX F.4.VOIJJ
Salk, Mr. Conde MeGinkJ
And the Talmudic Issue
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
It was the strangest dream
.There it was. A big headline in
. box car letters running dear
aenai the page, warning the peo-
ple against the anti-polio vaccine
, of Dr Jonas Salk In big letters-
Jewish and then Communist. Also
aehow- the Talmud seems mixed
THE OVERSEAS SCENE
Adenauer Denies Danger of Nazi Revival
By I. C TEITCM
The poison of the Hitler regime has largely im-
oaaer claims m aa article m the current issue of
the Satarday Evenang Past
The Chancellor aba declares that overnight im-
after the war) iiiijlhnat imaitiai of
was rejected by the Germans Today not a
exists.- He adds
the Dawtathe Bearhs Partei. -the partv
eaaseiy rriraiilaag the Mans" failed ta elect a
ta Parti new at m the last aatsonal
lave the impression that some of our friends abroad
re so preoccupied with the possible revival of Sar
sm that they seem to be standing guard over a rat
hole marked Hitler, a broom held menanaglv over
heir shoulders, while behind them a half
xber unmarked rat holes stand unguarded "
Meanwhile, known Nans were elected to office
and nearly-overt Nan groups scored gains in the
*tate elections ia Lower Saxony Province last week
*" "f*rt>'"oneB *>-Nau German Beach Party at-
tracted 127.000 votes, increase its percentage of the
total rot* from 12 four years ago to 3B and in
rreased the number of seats in the provmeial parlia-
ment from two to six
T|Wtor right Germaa Party, wharh took over the
^^jshjpand in many cases the candidates of the
socialist Retch Party. daasaKed by the Baaa Go*
-^??,. *,,nw** ^ ;ot*i ^o** to 12 4 and the number of its" pariia-
U to?ft.tt "** B*tys Berlm branch
aa election rally same anaata* back at
ah
up with it too ind l-nd,
I read the r "Jfl
say that the ^h*"!
save thousands of caoaxj
death and crippling I
Jewish and Communist
When I awoke fnmfj
the explanation was P***'
I had been reading of it**
cine and also the nesp
about the Newark raw'
suit against Conde Mew"
iisher of an anti-Staff^
called Common Sense i
My dream. 1 realTi__
ing about it ,
aeaae than the PP1
aaoa sense- >' -
ed If you have ever "
of that paper you "d
I mean Zionists are
Communist-
The e-a'
Israel is part of J*Jji
subversive conspiracy .
bow the Talmud w^JJ
it alas for Rabbi Aki"
hi Tarphon *? S
Kri Marx Everythal
fence ia that paper > v
ciaaatal
why "t^a^
like Dr Jaaas %
weald ft au>tc


Uy. MAY 13, 1955
'Jewist)rhrkMam
PAGE 5 B
nel Enters Her Eighth Year With Notable Economic Gains
Slate of Israel enters its
l,.,r (if independence with
tlh improved economic pic-
pnd hopes for greater accom-
nents in the future.
tistics released in New York
pnection with Israel's celebra-
\){ ^even years as an indepen-
(state showed that industrial
kgricultur.il output is rapidly
[ding, as the vast number of
Wants i who more than dou-
|he population to 1,700,000 in
I in of a few years) is being
bed into productive occupa-
t year alone Israel's national
went up 30 per cent over
11 nling year, and net invest-
showed I similar increase.
umber of gainfully employed
red 10 per cent to a total of
10. Exports advanced by al-
|50 per cent.
year's achievements encom-
very area of economic en-
and augur well for further
Hundreds of new factories
established, power and irri-
projects were expanded,
ads, railroads and harbor fa-
were constructed, new ton-
was added to the merchant
. new settlements were cre-
md large areas of barren
ere brought under cultiva-
he exploration and exploita-
l Israel's natural resources
nto high wear, and new dis-
s in the realms of physics,
try and techniology were
d up in the laboratories and
fie institutions of Lsrael.
at has been achieved so
^aid Levi F.shkol, Israel's Pi-
Minister, in an anniversary
ge, "is the result of the joint
of our own people and of
! throughout the world who
participated with their mate-
id intellectual means in this
dive work.
I the forefront of the invest-
lusinessmen. technicians, and
lists from abroad are U.S. in-
lals, organizations, corpora-
nd foundations, whose inval-
contributions to Israel's
is are evident in every part
country,"
Eshkol's words had rofer-
|to the American and Israel
fis of tire plants, chemical
paper and lumber mills,
iharmaceutical plants, brew-
land a long list of other fac-
I up am! down the coast of Is-
> the American cotton grow-
introduced this vital indus-
trop to Israel; to the Ameri-
pologists and technicians who
Israel's mountains, valleys
-erts for oil; to the produc-
fcxperts who help raise pro-
fcty standards in field and
and to American and Is-
keientists working hand in
[m practically every area of
endeavor to bring progress
rosperity to this under-devel-
|region.
of Israel's major achieve-
during her seventh year was
Jtainment of comparative fi-
stability as evidenced in
freign exchange rate and the
price level, which showed
Ifluctuation in recent months,
bite all signs of progress, Is-

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Ao.j~ f Ho*'MOS
Zl\ tSLtT. al0,ngtand har.d |IS an accelerated flow of private l five-year old Law for-the Encour-
X!"1 r fgoal. of economic investment capital to consolidate agement of Capital Investments, in-
TnL fmfc Her f0>8" trade bal- her gams, and to expand her in- Producing additional incentives in
ance still shows a 3.5:11 ratio of im- dustry, agriculture and commerce. | taxation, amortization, convertibil-
ports over exports, and production To accelerate the flow of capi. | ity and other benefits."
lags far behind demand. tal into our country." Mr. Eshkol Along with an increase in pri-
Her greatest need at this time said, "we are now improving our' vate investment, Israel will re-
quire, for some years to come,
continued aid from abroad- to help
her transport, feed, clothe and set-
tle the thousands of refugees who
keep coming, and those who have
not yet been fully absorbed in her
economy.
Special Group
Will Service
Latin America
J. A. Cantor Associates, 1111
Lincoln rd., has organized a spe-
cial real estate department design
e d to service
Latin American
clients, it was an-
n o u n c e d this
week.
Miss Mori Fre-
mon, a Cantor
saleswoman foi
several months
has been select
ed to head th<
new department.'
Miss Fremon, Mi freman
who Speaks
Spanish fluently, is a former news-
paper woman and public relations
director specializing in contacts
with Latin America.
Active in civic projects. Miss
Fremon has been honored by the
Equadorian government for her
aid in the earthquake program.
She is the only woman ever to be
a guest speaker before the Cuban
Chamber of Commerce.
Miss Fremon is a member of the
Miami Beach hospitality committee
and the Pan American committee
of the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce. She was on the execu-
tive committee for the election of
Gov. LeRoy Collins.
Several Latin American real
estate promotion trips are planned
soon by Miss Fremon.
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kmte*rk>rMton
Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Men, Women
To Install Officers
Joint installation of new offi-
cers will be held for the B'nal
K'rith Women of Coral Gables
and the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
Lodge at the Delano hotel on Sun-
day evening, May 15.
Judge Milton Friedman will in-
stall both groups. New officers for
the Chapter are president. Mrs.
Frank Smulson; vice president.
Mrs. Sam Neiberg; vice president.
Mrs. Sol Rappaport; vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Sidney Siegel; treasur-
er. Mrs. William Epttoln.
Financial secretary. Mrs. Jack
Barnes; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Louis Grossman; recording
secretary. Mrs. Daniel Fried; par-
liamentarian. Mrs. Sidney Suss;
historian. Mrs. Irving Matlin; au-
ditor. Mrs. Herman Brenner; and
monitras, Mrs. Al Lozoff.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Sol Bodian. Herman Ed-
wards. Harry Kessler, Louis
Heines. Joseph Rogers. Lester Saal.
Sam Kurland. Jack Toback, Jack
Whitman. William Bretan. Al Bus,
Sidney Haskoe and Bernard Gei-
.I nnan
For the Men's Lodge, the in
coming officers to be installed are
president. Sidney Efronson; vice
president. Sol Rappaport; vice
1 resident, Ralph Bargteil; vice
president, Sol von Zamft; treasur-
er. Hy Friedman, financial .-cm
t.tv. I-oo Landis; corresponding
B< en tary, Sol Bodian.
Recording secretary, Hoe Fein-
gold; monitor. Sid Haskoe: war-
den, Sam Meyers; and guardian
Irwin Sirkin
An important milestone in the history of Maule
and Don Antonio Ferre officiate at ribbon-cut
which formally ooen Maule's new qeneral of
Maule is the widow of Evert Price Maule. fou
first plant at Ojus, midway between Miami a
Antonio is founder of Ferre Industries, one of P
Last November. Ferre Industries acquired con
ical Research Corporation. While retired as ac
serves as an advisor to his four sons, Jose, Lu
operate all the properties owned by Ferre In
mill, two cement companies, a steamship com
man of the board of Maule Industries, and Lu
newly appointed president of the company.
Industries is shown here as Mrs. E. P. Maule
ting ceremonies with a pair of six foot scissors
fice building at 5220 Biscayne blvd. Mrs.
nder of Maule Industries, who established the
nd Ft. Lauderdale, over 40 years ago. Don
uerto Rico's largest industrial organizations,
trolling stock in Maule Industries from Chem-
tive head of Ferre Industries. Don Antonio still
is, Carlos and Herman, who now own and
dustnes, which include a glass factory, paper
pany. a dry dock and a foundry. Jose is chair-
is is a member of the board. M. F. Pafford is
Dcrfi Club to Mt
Dad's Club of the Biscm. *.i
mentary School, Miami BeLh ^
hold their final n^w**^]
school year on Tll(-c|ay %vl
May 17. Election f $t*H
take place. ,cers *
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Picnic, Musicale Sunday
Art Eltinger. chairman of the
Coral Gables Jewish (.'enter picnic
committee, will preside at the an
nual picnic held Sunday in I'ran-
don Park, starting at 10 a.m.
Father-son competitions and
ujhter-mother fanes will be
featured Some 450 boys and girls
from the religious and Hebrew
schools will participate
Milt Russinoff. chairman of the
ter mu.-icale evening held Sun-
day. May 15 at the Center, an
nounces the soloist, Mi^s Ksther
Roberts, scholarship pianist, and
members of the Miami Opera Guild
as participants.
Election Meeting Wednesday
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Onter will meet Wedne-l.i>
evening at the Center to elect
terhood officers for 1955-56
Search Going on
For Courteous
Who is Miami's most courteous
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| To find the an-wor they are spon
taring a weekly contest, for four
week-, asking the public to choose
the man who will then be given, as
a prize, a weekend vacation with
hi- family
From the four weekly winners a
grand prize winner will be chosen
who. with his family, will be guest
of David Wark, manager of the
Ocean Ranch hotel.
The first contest, which slarted
Apr. 17 and closed Apr. 23. was
conducted by Mrs J H. Martell,
director of Civic Affairs.
Letters must be 100 words or
lest, indicating that their nominee
has performed acts of courtesy be-
yond the line of duty, and Bus
drivers nominated must be an em-
ployee of the Miami Transit Com
D F. Wood received a citation
1 for being Miami's most courteous
bus driver of the week in the first
contest here The letter nominat-
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from Vivian Blackwell. 276 NW
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)AY, MAY 13. 1955
-Jewlstnorldtor
JEHCrS HAHt 10 CHANGE SUNDAY
icial Service Bureau Breakfast
Will Consider its Progress to Date
Continued from Pnge> 1 B
rehabilitation goes on. In 1954,
mi received 11 new families.
gurances, as required by law,
t,e been submitted, which will
|ng 25 more families to our com-
Inity between now and the end
Jl956. Their coming will largely
Ipc'iid upon how the Refugee Re-
|f Act of 1953 is administered.
It this community has done its
rl to make a more secure life
hsible for them."
In 1950, the agency contributed
Tthe development of the shelter-
workshop. The steps were tak-
:.v^:
Herbert Scher
ii. through staff selection and
[immunity education, to announce
counseling service. By the be-
ling of 1953. the counseling
Jrogram was underway. The agen-
y, a member of Family Service
Association of America, instituted
fee-charging program.
In November 1953, at the re
luest of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, responsibility was ac-
cepted for the creation of a voca-
tional service program. "Experi-
mental at first, it quickly demon-
strated the existence of unmet
need for vocational guidance and
counseling, and for special efforts
in job placement," Herbert Scher,
chairman of the JSSB vocational
service department, said. Accord-
ing to Scher, taking over the ad-
ministration of the workshop,
originally sponsored by the Miami
Section of the National Council
of Jewish Women, the department
found that a sheltered workshop
program continued to be neces-
sary and should be extended to
more handicapped people.
"Accepted by Federation as one
of the basic and permanent welfare
services needed by the Jewish com-
munity, vocational service is now
stabilized as a continuing depart-
ment of the agency," Scher re-
vealed. The position of director of
the department has been unfilled,
with the agency's administration
seeking to employ only a person
' who could make a significant pro-
fessional contribution to Greater
Miami. Such a person. Dr. Herbert
Sanderson, author of an important
text on vocational guidance, has
accepted the position. "With his
coming, it is expected that there
will be an increased emphasis on
vocational guidance and counsel-
ing service," Scher said.
Board planning and action to
bring into existence foster place-
ment of Jewish children in a pro-
gram under Jewish auspices was
resumed in 1952, with a request
for Community Chest funds for
this purpose. Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers has acted as child care com-
mittee chairman. After approval
for such a service had again been
obtained from the Community
Chest and the Welfare Planning
Council, the agency failed to ob-
tain an actual cash allocation, Mrs.
Myers said. "The whole issue was
publicized in the annual meeting
of 1954, and the participation of
Federation in planning for the
creation of the service was re-
quested." Earlier, she explained,
exploratory conversations with
the Jewish Children's Service of
Atlanta aroused the interest of
that regional child care agency
in wanting to help a sectarian
child placement service get under
way in Miami. Their exploration
of Jewish child care needs concur-
red with the findings and recom-
mendations of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau.
"A Federation committee on
PAGE 7 B
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
child care also supported the ag-
ency's efforts. The Florida State
Department of Welfare reviewed
the plans and proposed policies of
the program and granted a license
to the agency in October, 1954. Al-
though no special additional allo-
cation was received, the agency
obtained the approval of the Wel-
fare Planning Council budget com-
mittee to apply part of its alloca-
tion to the cost of the placement
of children. This, together with a
subvention to be granted experi-
mentally by the Jewish Children's
Service of Atlanta over a period
of two years, at last has made the
beginning of this program possible
in 1955," Mrs. Myers said.
Board committee under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Myers is now devel-
oping the policies which will gov-
ern agency practice. Her commit-
tee has reviewed the experience
of many other child care agencies
in its desire to be guided by the
best practices elsewhere. "The
i new services, which it is expected
will begin operating by the end of
June, will include foster place-
ment, adoption and care of unwed
mothers," Mrs. Myers revealed.
Not content with creating and
absorbing into practice these new
developments the agency is also
insistent that there must be more
and wider facilities for the care
of older people. For more than five
years it has given staff time to
help applicants to the Jewish
Home for the Aged with the ad-
mission process. Under the aegis
of David Catsman, chairman of
the JSSB committee on care of the
aged, last year, this cooperative
relationship was extended, with
some case work service Doing pro-
vided to residents of the Home.
Older people living in the commu-
nity have come to the office for
casework help.
"Although one fifth of the peo-
ple served are 65 or over, these
services are not believed to be
nearly sufficient, for they do not
provide an active enough program
to reach the many other people
who live in the community and
need help," Catsman said. "Serv-
ice for older people, particularly,
must be varied and flexible. Pro-
posals have already been made
that the agency have another de-
partment, one to serve old people.
This would begin to include such
procedures as private residential
care in families for older folks,
friendly visiting for the home-
bound and homemaker service.
These proposals received the ap-
proval of the Senior Citizens Di-
vision of the Welfare Planning
Council."
JSSB is a member of Commu-
nity Chest, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the Welfare
Planning Council of Dade County,
Family Service Association of
America and the Jewish Occupa-
tional Council.
Executive director Camonor was
for the last year chairman of the
Family and Child Care Division of
the Welfare Planning Council and
is a member of the executive com-
mittee of the National Conference
of Jewish Communal Service. Its
president, Mrs. Ackerman, is on
the board of and a technical con-
sultant to the Jewish Children's
Service of Atlanta and is a mem-
ber of the national committee on
Care of Disturbed Children of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. Its last president,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, is vice
chairman of the committee to sur-
vey family and child care needs in
Dade County.
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-Jetvlsti fhrk&an
QjIPAY^MAY 13
Beauty Queen Title
On Block May 28
Miami Beach will be represent-
ed by three candidates who will
cum pete for the title of "Queen of
the R< -e Ball," get for May 28 at
Dinner Key Auditorium.
The annual ball of the Florists
cinfon of Greater Miami i- a
benefit for the Cancer Institute.
v Ruba \V. Clement^ b chair-
man.
The Beach candidates, along
with lb" others from Greater Mi
ami, were introduced Tuesday at a
reception in the Biscayne Terrace
h-!el. They include Arlene Toni
Tarshis. TO. of 1175 Marseille dr.
sponsored by the Miami Beach
I'nit of the Woman'! Auxiliary of
the I Institute; Harolyn Lap-
koff, lf>. of 7445 Dfekcaa ave.
sored by the Pilot Club Inter-
n;:ti'>n.il of Miami: and Carol Ann
Kilter. 16. 2875 Pinetree dr.. spon-
il by the Be-- Ko-^ unit of
the Women's Auxiliary of the
eer Institute Both Harolyn and
I re juniors at Miami Beach
Jl ih School.
Candidates were chosen by units
I 'be Women's Auxiliary of the
rer Institute, or by civic and
service groups anxious to aid in
the fijiht against cancer The can-
didate whose sponsoring unit or
sponsor group raises the most
noaej for th< institute through
ball ti'-ket *ales will he named
queen Her attendants will be the
sis runner- up
Coordinating efforts of the Can-
cer Institute Women's Auxiliary,
through which all proceeds will be
donated, are Mrv K F. Ravlin.
president: Mrv A H. Dawson of
Miami Beach, president-elect; and
Mrs, Fied Rouse. Miami Sh
Miami Beach candidates for "Queen of the Rose Ball" are
'left to richt Carol Ann Euster, Harolyn LapoH and Arlene
Toni Tarshis
Hall Urges Promotion
For South Beach Area
Charles 'Chuck' Hall, candidate
f'>r city council, announces the
opening of headquarters in four
i locations covering Miami Beach:
Wa-hineton ave between 4th and
5th sts 15th st and Washington
ave.. 41st st near Alton rd : and
625 "1st >t
Hall, businessman and former
teacher at Northwestern Inner
sity. this ueek emphasized "that
one of the most important issues
of Miami Beach today is to under-
stand the children's problems and
see that they have a good normal
environment with plenty of plan-
ned recreation.*' Hall advocated
more playgrounds and an exten-
sive juvenile program.
Hall also said he believes that
promotion and publicity are the
lifeblood of Miami Beach, "and
that with the proper promotion
and coordination the South Shore
of the Beach, which has a direct
bearing on the entire economy of
the cit. can be one of the greatest
tourist attractions, providing
apartments in this area."
National Fund Council
To Honor Sam Prosterman
Meeting of the Jewish National I
Fund Council of Greater Miami
will be held Wednesday evening. ,
18 in the patio of Temple '
Bih Sholom.
Mr and Mrs Sam Prosterman
will be presented with a grove of
1.000 planted in Israel hy
Jewish National Fund workers
hf-re. in honor and recognition of j
their long yean Of devoted sen-ice
to .TNT
loseph Pardo. well known for
his rendition of Israeli song.--, will
present a musical skit. He will be
accompanied by Hy B. Fried, or-
of Temple Beth Sholom.
Daniel M. Broad is president of
the Council.
Shevuoth Noodle Dish
Bake Sale Due Friday
Ladles Auxiliary. Coral Gables
Po-t JWV. will hold it.s first an
nual bake sale Friday. Members
ol the auxiliary will be stationec*
outside Dorothy Ann's. 136 Mir
acle Mile, and the Miracle Theater.
280 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables,
from 9 a.m. until all the baked
goods are sold. Proceeds will go
towards the Auxiliary s child wel-
fare and V.A. Hospital work.
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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1955
Roth Platform Told
In Campaign Talk
"I'll match my record in the
Council with anyone's," Council-
man Burnett Roth told a group of
campaign workers this week. "I
vhall listen only to the voice of
the people."
Addressing a meeting at his
headquarters early this week,
Koth said, "my candidacy will be
a challenge to those who seek to
stop the growth of our city. I will
continue trying to make the City
of Miami Beach the most modern
and forward-looking city in the
country. To this aim, I dedicate all
my energies, and I ask the sup-
port of all those who want a bet-
ter government and a better place
in which to live." Roth is complet
ing his sixth year in the Miami
Beach City Council.
Roth said that he will continue
to work for the establishment of a
nursery school for children of
working mothers and for the de-
velopment of the four and a half
acre tract at Government Cut, re-
cently leased by the city from the
U.S. Army Engineers, on which
tract he wants to see constructed a
botanical garden, a miniature or
children's zoo and picnic grounds.
He said his platform includes
the pursuance of a program to se-
cure a nine-hole golf course, the
construction of a new convention
hall to house large conventions
and a demand for expansion of
-JmistincrMtorj
Mrs. Tacke to Entertain
At Literary Tea Here
Mrs. Ethel Takce, of Miami
Beach, will entertain at a literary
tea Tuesday, May 17, honoring Lisl
Bi el- who loaves June 1 for a sum-
mer stay in Glacier National Park.
Mrs. Beer, artist, poet and world
traveler, has her first novel,
"Island Invaded," with a New
York publisher. She is a client of
literary agent Mrs. Takce.
Guests invited include poet Lisa
Antonova (Mrs. Martin Feinman),
Dr. Sanel Beer, Helga Eason, com-
munity relations director of the
Miami Public Library, Miami Her-
ald art and music critic Doris
Reno, Miami Daily News' art critic
Nellie Bower, Elizabeth May, Jean
Gordon Riley, Eve Tucker, An-
thony Walke, Martha Chase, Mrs.
Leo Mindlin, Beatrice Washburn,
Lucy Salamanca, Perry Fleisch-
man, Reyna Youngerman. Jessica
Robinson, Eunice Langfield, Theo
dosia LeBarbara, Mertie Hof and
Helen Alpert.
The tea will be held in Mrs.
Takce's home, 1512 Pennsylvania
ave.
PAGE 9 B
public school facilities on Miami
Beach.
He pointed out the importance
of an expanded advertising pro-
gram to benefit apartment house
owners, as well as hotels and other
businessmen.
Councilman Burnett Roth is cited at a weekly luncheon of
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith for his "outstanding work
in behalf of handicapped persons in the State of Florida."
A plaque praising Roth's efforts is here presented Roth by Leo
Axlrod, chairman of the Miami Chamber of Commerce handi-
capped persons placement committee. Looking on is Ted
Wayne, of the B'nai B'rith handicapped persons placement
committee, and Gershon Miller, chairman of the luncheon.
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Harold Turk
COMMENTATOR
MIAMIANS IN TOP POSTS OF NATIONAL JEWISH WEL-
FARE BOARD. Leon Kaplan was reelected vice chairman of
the Jewish Center Division, NJWB, at a recent annual conven-
tion of the organization in New York City. Kaplan will serve
as one of four vice chairmen in this vital division throughout
the country. Named to the national executive committee of
JWB was Mrs. Milton Sirkin, prominent civic and cultural
leader.
"WWWA
North Shore Chapter Will
Hear Report on Convention
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will meet
Monday afternoon. May 16, at the
North Shore Jewish Center.
Mrs. Jack R. Wein will report
on the recent national Anti-De-
famation League commission
meeting in New York. Her topic
will be "Our Democratic Legacy."
Film on "Florida Institute of
Judaism" will be presented by
CJA Divisions Set
Sight to Complete
'55 Campaign Goal
Continued from Page 1 B
and has already passed the total
achieved in 1954.
Nearly 5,000 non-contributors
will be contacted in a mass tele-
phone campaign, a "Dial-athon" di-
rected by Kopelowitz. Nearly 15
business-men and civic leaders are
serving on the "Dial-athon" phone
committee which has been in ac-
tion all week beginning May 9.
Kopelowitz reports many new con-
tributors are being added to the
CJA rolls as a result of this con-
centrated phone campaign. Final
reports in all divisions and a grand
total in the current drive will be
officially announced by Heiman at
the Federation annual meeting
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PAGE 10 B
FRIDAY MAY
Hadassah Groups
ctWity
iJ'r^^^J
aba
-. *
'-:' Tr
. of tke HnhrtU SaaMjawara mk, oa Taw-i
Grew* af mitsask will be held!. Ike Tessa* ZJ^S
ftOM Bkf ;6. at the MMiM ..,- '.^ ^
hotel ad win fotm bi Imac Ltknu- 77**1
Ml,ifc,,__ ^*^^^
-... -. __. ^ww^^ an. anBtnei "--
> im -.. >*4*. Mm Eteabetb Zeatler. chaar- __ *. ,_____ ***
' ------af the BiiBTBH iiiillii. ""V id for tkn, ^m
the Mkmt state: ** '
Mn. Seas Hawaii. _______
Ale* .
Mrs. Jaeak C Capiaa. Mrs
Frwwa. Mrs.
Sdeyf. ffor**
ran rrifi
secretary Mn Fraa-
Seeia! secretaryMrs. Loots C.!
c-. esakovicm Kan*, fia saris! scxretaayMrs.,
t ** *- P* Btrt *t a Ham Decki In in__sfi Rb.
aweta Zeaurr. naaaoai secretary
far daes Mrs. Ceha Kaka: parba-
ttanaa Mrs. Harold Mehuek. [
Gaoert J
Cowani of Saath
J .'.-*
Other officers ejected are Jack
MB. law
new attiiaiMi aad Jack
beea elect h ^ in ** ma Saw h* -
B rttti "*- **rwa ? aM n C
' '"Sap*! ra kr to M
is daretser of tke
Office of tke AaoJto-
faanTina Leaps* of raai Btsth .
aW sa a -.** .iiI.m r4 =-- :"" "-a** >?. aw x*> .
T f T^ -?"]1 "" *** *"-
Beack Ladar Baai rmk aaa has -*.*--
*ered a* secretary f ke r> jw.^^ <
State Featoataaa af B'mai ftTntk = -** c ^ tens c
Mr
tbmr a f 'Miiu far ft. tic w ar-
rM m Itnr- *^< ? "**
Mrs. Siaaey Baas will be ia-
for her second tersa as
of Herd Group of Ha-
itk Mrs. Loeis Goldaaaa
as sastalbac officer. Laackeea
will be beU at tke Beef & M
restaaraat. Dade bird, aad Akaa
Ward, arrwritifill aad
will eatertasB. Mrs Harry
Aa anaraey. _
rrstk Caaacsl af Saark *
Funda eaardaaates tke art/vsties m* ^ ^***ac r"*"*" -"
--* "'-'I TTfTTli I idtl I 111 TjIBk j ^^^S. J^rrtwiiTa*-*C-
Flarsda area.
U Cde4vte Lm ft
Tesaatte Fmaaa D will ceatkeatt
t^e kisday of Lag r
aD day earjag asa
aaki
far
Teassar rei:
* for :i
mm
m tke featare of tke da?
pro- aoax* Hbvc*
rataers acd
> a *-**** *"* ***? ; SarilH
* *. E:; a aaacaavr. Jc
THANK YOU
U Om Man* f rietWs
far rfjew ffiW lipreisii W SfSMMfay
MRS. SAM (DA) COttSI ^f FAMAY
MR. Ud MRS. M COWN *. DAUGtfTB
SAMUEL. COHC1
n lllMlj ^ X Mm Mm a
*S BMacs. aaaM -* away a a rvai.
a hral liwjual
*f Mhmit Eh ca NT 11 raora.
a '" *< CW atft aaataa
aaa sa it. a ra 1 ij H m
n*i hf siavSfa. Ma. aaa a kraaa-
r. B>a *aa. aa tiaracr ' la
u*. >. Bartal aa at tka Beta
*<> PSM < nt. asaaj Cibiiui.
He m nr<>t4 t aim.
s.
will iaatal tke .
of officers for tke rrtanar. year oa
Maaday afteraooa at tke Moate
Carlo hateL Mrs. Beraard Steseaa.
pruciaa coordinator, win
iaataDtbe
CTE.nacac by Mrs. Dasnei Sierafield. presi
leieet Laanard Yoaac of tke
Carlo kateL will
botei wkea Mrs.
trniatiil. will grve
af two years. Also
will rj^e rkeir fiaal
af officers will
Jack
.. (CM
r*twt of tke recent,
State RegioB aieetkhs will!
be presented by Mrs Martin Gold '.
trim.
__>
^w"> Maawjavaa. & > w>H*a>j w*oaa wfwjaaa_, I
I av ijt. xw%. aaa. c- **" wUJ Wedawada- e-e-
. f : "3 >t aaa. aaara. mat May IB. at tke litz Plan
aata,--- ._ a, .. S'lg- :1?-ttlJ ^ Mr5 Alfred
UTTlCr IftStwfldnMM f^*" pre HiVnt
Rwaaiajo Indaa. B'aai B'ntk. SebeduJed is a playlet. -Seven
U anstatl officers Saaday ere- Step* "* Histary." eelebratioa
May 22. at Joe Danes. 1751 J^l5,, Sut* "y
af offr;
Btseayne brrd. CVurscaa of'the ***** vifl **
Ted --"im in. fn-nalUac cers- r*Prl of *be .
officer will be Jack rim bbaam vvat>,B *** >a Vest Palat Beacs
past presadem. la charr* of reser 7 > < 3- ta be p*en by Mrs.
t^s t Beraard Leviae r1" > Mn I Caok. Mrs.
>ass Label aad Mns Marne-
Marfa. aad saaaaer plans la, tke'
M- Seopu< croap of Hadassah
w>U bare tkesr next recalar aaeet-
m and esectioa of officers aa
witk Sytru Pass wifl be are-
* Dmiel Crarsu. imaidcat
f tke Coral Gable. ZaaTor
P*^*** > AjBerica. will be
West speaker
806 Saeria. Ianersity of M-
law sekool
oa tke
K^k f MI\MI BUIH
Of the Bar
^ *** He istke
um o* Mr aad Mrs. Aaraa ii-
1B44SW 13UI St. ku-T ^^
LIT" 6LASS {"*" mmosi I
*-* U A G. Glass atsdj Mlrrr wtrtLs
13SS.W. M1S4. _
MY
PLEDGE
I wi continue
to fight for the
rights of ALL
people, be they
rich or poor
regardless of
the CRITICISM
or ABUSE
levelled at me
by groups
seeking special
privileges or
favors
RE-ELECT
BURNETT
ROTH
COUNCILMAN
PUU LEVER8A
-* r*i a*>


)AY. MAY 13. 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
riCt UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.iTK'E I* HEREBY GIVEN thnt
fiuiil. tsigned. ilesiring to etlRI
under the fh-tltleius name ol
IK \ ItAUlO & TELEVISION
IjWNY, "t 7347 S.W. SIli St.
n, to register twlcl name with the
,,, the Circuit Court of pnde
hi\ Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t.TH'K IS HKHKI1Y (1IVEN thnt
[undersigned, desiring to engage In
k under the fictitious name of
|i\v\ JEWEL COURT, at 3475
1st Ave., Miami, Intend to reg-
sald iuune with ihr Clark of the
it Court of Ilude County, Florida.
HIEPERICK MM.I,KK and
THERESA MILLER
\,.':!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iTIi'E IS HEREBY (5IVEN that
I undersigned, dealiiiiK to engage In
Iness under the fictitious name of
>R MARKET, at 2221 S.W. 17th
intend to register said name
l.-rk of the Circuit Court
V County, Florida.
fill 1.11* 4: H'SE CANTOR
13-M-K______________________________
InOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ItiTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i.mie rslgned, desiring to engage in
ItnenH under the fictitious name of
Burn sU.ES, at 'J117 N Miami
Dot, intends to register Mild name
Bi the Clerk "f the circuit Court
] <.mIc '''imtv, Florida.
MYRON LB HO V Kit. Sole owner
L|3.2 i-:'7
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jew 1st nortdUan
PAGE 11 B
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF Tub
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
CHANrFREvCUN-TY' FLORIDA. IN
CMANCtHY. fun OQ7C9
BOTHER ZOO, Plaintiff. N- "OT88
l.ons ZEO, Defendant.
TO:ffiSf"S8 PUBUCAT,ON
jrer to the BUI of Complatnt'on Plain-
tiffs attorney, and file the original
Answer lit the office of the clerk of
in., circuit Court, on or in fore tha
-'3rd day of May. IMS, otherwise tha
allegations of said Hill ol complaint
will he taken as confessed against you.
is :'0th day of April, II..,.,
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
(Seal)
Made County, Florida
By It. ir. hick. Jit
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFT
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla
i/a-ti b/i-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS IIEKKMY C1VEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name <>f
SAMUEL .1 HOHENBE1N. at S0,
< ongress Hldg., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Ilade County, Florida
SAMUEL J. HORENRETN
MARX r^ER1""^ "-'""-1-"
Attorney for Applicants
111'-' Congress Bliht.
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|rlTICK IS HEREBY HIVKN that
undersigned, desliing to engage in
bness under the fictitious name of
|E IHIITHDAY SHOP, at ran? S.W,
St., intend to register said name
Ih the Clerk of the Circuit Court
fl'aiie County, Florida.
HENRI DUGAN
.MILDRED A. DLGAN
tSSLER & CARS
Jorneya for Applicants
|2 W. l-iagl.r St.
t 17 t/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
11 IKE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage- In
rn ss under the fictitious name of
SHARON ANN BEAUTY
ll."V at 13627 N.W. 7th Ave..
Ilh Miami. Fla.. intend to register
|ri name with the clerk of the
I'Ult Vurt of Hade County, Klor-
fSlARIA R. SI'ltlMiER
[IIEKMAN H. SPRINGER, Owners
' I.I.ACE N. MARR
nney fcr Applicants
l.iseayne Hldg.
1.1-2(1-27 6/3.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hehehy oiven that
mi.l.-rsigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IK IHlREKO BAR. at 1321 North
\ve., intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
nut nf Made County, 1'lorlda.
AI.I.I5RT I.1PSSHUTZ, Own,,
pSSI.ER CAHS
i ueys for Applicant
$: W. llagler St.
1.1-20-27 -i t/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
nTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
in ss under the fictitious name of
[AI.DMAN-S HOTEL, at 4041 Col-
>- Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida.
He nds lo register said name with
Clerk Mtl the Circuit Court of
County. Florida.
WAl.I'M AN REALTY COUP.
.V Florida corporation
l-MtK SII.VKHSTEIN
t.Tiie.N for Appllcanl
11 I-in, oln Road. Miami lleac h, Fla
[i::-2-27 I -,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
I- luicl.y given that the
hip heretofore subsisting I.--
;"? I">RA MALTBR, JEAN
. I'l.l.HC ami Hose GREEK-
:" '"I......an vine mi IniM-
manufacturlng, huylng and
[ drapes and draperies and al-
'' '.'' "-. and op< ration of a
i< anlna agi ncj under the firm
I "' Sun duperies. 512 N.W
I }' Miami, Florida, ha
V ived by mutual -.. i j -. m.
the iih da.v of May, ]:,:,. so t.,.
' "is ih, nld DORA MALTEK
> etin s from the said firm. All
dUc to anil .nviiig U\ the I
"on will i. ,...,., |V1 ,i and m d
,, } h> JEW (lOLDBERG
I'"' HOSE OREENBERG, who will
| arrj .....h< said business
""-bin under the style of
in Draiierles.
- ''Hi day of Alav, INK
MoKA MAI.TER
JEAN GOLDBERG
RObR GREENBERG
""'COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28741-B
ISTATE Ol
';'; .Mill, c FRIEDMAN, a/k/a
' ^t4iJi-_''- FRIEDMAN. Dc,
SJLCE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
v ,-,.. f'NAL DISCHARGE
N >1 H.L is hereby given that I have
' i m.v final report and petition tor
'"" Disc harge as Administratrix of
estate c,f BKKNAI.'D V PRIED-
u HERN IE C I RIEDMAN,
1 and Unit on the 15th da> of
"'.ix'"* wl" apply to the Honor-
>"P VNK li. HOWLING, County
'""! ';f Pade County. Florida, for
"vai t. said final report and for
dis. ham., a. Administratrix of
Kirtat* of HER.NAKD c FRIEP
' k a BEHNIE i I It 111! >
1 sed.
'"' day Of Mav. 1955.
'CIO FRIEDMAN.
Adinlnlstratilx of the
Estat. nf
HRRNARD C. FRIEDMAN.
k/a
BER.NIE C. FRIEDMAN.
,..,, ., Deceased
'"RGE J. TAUANOFF
Mtorney for Admlnlstiatrlx
ii d"'^'"1 R4. Miami Beach. Fla.
' 13-10-17 /J
|.M IN,
I'hii
LEGAL NOTICE
; 'CiRco
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITAL INVESTMENT cv Home
loan company. Not inc., al :::n:i
W. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. In-
tends tn register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL m SCHACK, Sole Owner
GOLDMAN ,v GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys fur Registrant
l/tt-19 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMPAGNE HoCR HAH. al 1807
N.W, 7t)i Ave., intends to regisier said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner
KE8SLER & GARS
Mtnrneyn for Applicant
ITS] W Flagler St
4/29 S/6-M-1D
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 17*976
ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff
vs.
E. J. U1RSON, also known as
ELIZABETH J. GIBSON,
et al. Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
AND
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: K. J. GIBSON, also known as
ELIZABETH J. GIBSON, If
single, and if married, her hus-
band whose name is unknown,
3311 Northwest 13th Street,
Washington. DC;
RICHMOND HART1LL GlliSoV,
If single, and If married, MRS.
RICHMOND HARTILL (1IBSON,
whose liven name Is unknown,
HI! Northwest 13th Street,
Washington, i>. C;
CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON. If
single, and If married, MRS.
CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON,
whose given name Is unknown,
Mil Northwest 13th Street,
Washington, D. C.:
SYLVIA MAE GIBSON, if single.
and if married, her husband
wliose n line Is unknown. 3311
N.W. 13th Street. Washington,
D, C:
M.VIN J CAY and N A MA ISA-
BEL CAY, bis wife. 1311 North-
west 13th Street, Washington.
D. C:
MORGAN .1 M.VWES and LYLA
MAZDA hawks, his wife, 3311
Northwest 13th street, Washing-
ton, D C :
DOROTHY VIOLA GIBBON, if
single, .mil if married,* her hug-
band a li" i..... Is unknown,
:::'.n Northwest ISth Street,
Washington, D. C;
M LA HELEN QIBKON, If
single, and if married, her hus-
band whose name la unknown,
:::;n Northwest ISth street,
\\ ishlngton, M. C.
All unknown heirs, dot
grant' ea, creditors or othar par-
lies claiming by, through, under
or against the above named de-
defendants, not known to be dead
..i alive:
And also all other and unknown
persons having or claiming to
have any tight, title or Intereal
In the property which is the pub-
Jeel matter of this suit, said
property King and being in Dade
County, lli'ilda. and more par-
ticularly described as follows,
to-wlt:
Lots M. 17, 3S and SS, Bio. k !>.
COMMERCIAL LIBERTY 'ITY
second SCC'I'ION. according to
the Plat thereof recorded In Plat
Cook is at Pag.' 55 of Hie Public
Records of Dade Counts'. Florida.
TOU AND EACH OF TOP are
hereby notified that a suit has been
filed in the above-named Court by
tfecj Plaintiff alio\.- naineil. for the
purpose of quieting title of the Plain-
tiff In and to the property Involved
hereinabove described ___.,_r
TQV ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the
,Ui .lav of June. 1S55. and In default
of such Aonesrance. s Decree Pro
(Vmfeaan will he entered against you
and each of vou.__________
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Court House In Dade County, Florida,
this 27 day of April. I{.
B, 11 LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Curt
By: WM. W STOCKING
Deputy
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
liiK sevi.i.lit Building, Miami 31. Fla.
4/ 5/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE 'ClRCOlT COOT
VZi? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
SHA.NFERY- No. 178645
.-"AMI LI. SANDERS, Plaintiff
OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS. Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
1": OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS
Reside*** I'nknown
ALL IN KNOWN helra, devlsi-es.
iiini.n. creditors or other parties
claiming Kr, through, under or against
OI.I.IE MAE SANDERS;
AND AI.so, as to the above-named
defendant-individual, if she he deceas-
ed, and all unknown heirs, devisees,
srantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or again-!
such Defendant; and also
\l.l. OTHER and unknown pSTSOna
having or claiming to have any right,
nth or interest in the property which
Is the subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being in Dad*
County, Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:
COMMENCING at the Intersection
of the Westerly right-of-way line of
The County Road (otherwise known
as Homestead Avenue extended)
and the North line of |,.,i of Sec-
tion 5, Township M South. Range 40
East, lying Westerly of said County
Road or Hom.-strail Avenue extend-
ed, according to a Plat made by A.
V Miiob'.v, C E., and recorded In
Book 1 of Plats at Page 4 of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida; THENCE run West along
the North line of said Lot 5, dc
tancc V 11'!* fast to a point, which
is the POINT OF BEGINNING:
THENCE run South a distance of
"ai feet to a point; THENCE run
w'im a distance of 100 feet to s
point; THENCE run North a dis-
tance of .".0 feet to a point; THENCE
run East a distance of PHI feel i"
the POINT ol BEGINNINO, being
a piece of land j" feet deep and 100
feet frontage:
EXCEPT AND LESS, a strip of
land .'." foot deep and 10 feet front-
age, described as follows; COM
MENCING at the Intersection of the
Westerly right-of-way line of The
County Road (otherwise known as
Homestead Avenue extended) and
the North llm of Lot Section 5,
To unship 56 South. Range 40 Bast,
lying Westerly of said County Road
or Homestead Avenue eMended, ac-
cording to Plat made by A A
Dnoley. C.E., and recorded in Plat
Book I. Page 4 of the Public !! ordl
of Dade County, Florida; thence run
West along the North line of -aid
Lot 5 a distance of 170 feet, more
or less, to a POINT OP BEGIN-
NING; THENCE run South a dis-
tance of SO foot to a iiolnt: THENCE
run West a distance of 10 feet to a
point; THENCE run North I dlS-
tance of SO feet to a point; THENCE
run East a distance of 10 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNINO.
YOU AND EACH OF YOl' are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
iii the above-named Court by I !<
above-named Plaintiff for the pur-
pose of obtaining a divorce, a vlnculo
matrimonli, of and from the Defend-
ant, and a fee simple Interest In the
undivided one-half interest of the De-
fendant. ol.I.lE MAE SANDERS, In
and to the property hereinabove and
particularly dese rib.-d _______
YOl" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
AND REQUIRED to file your answer
or other defensive pleading to Plain-
tiffs Complaint In said suit with the
Clerk of.said Court and to serve a
,(,pv thereof upon BEN KSSKN. At-
tornev for Plaintiff In said suit, at
1014 svvbold Building. Miami :;2. Flor-
ida, on or before the 23rd day of May,
1S55. Herein fall not or Decree Pro
Cnnfcsso will be entered against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade Countv, Florida, this 18th day
Of April. IMS v ..HATHEUMAN.
Clerk of the. Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Cleik
4/22-29 5/6-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the- fictitious name .,t
MODERN FRUIT SHIPPERS, at IS19
Washington Ave Miami p.e.oh. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit court ol Dad*
County, Florida.
CCS Al.TEKSoN
KKSSLER i CARS
Atinvii.y. for Applicant
\:-: W. l-lnglrr St.
I/If 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name. e,r
VARIETY SERVICE STATION, at
560 Washington AvsnUe, Miami
Beach, hlorida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of tn* Circuit
Court of I lade t'ounty, Floi Ida.
JESSIE VA Rio and
BALL I GOODMAN, owners
FREDERICK N. HARAD. ESQ.
Attorney fe,r Jessie Varin
and Sally Coodman .
s/is-so-xi i i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name, of
HoWEI.I. C EASE INSURANCE
AGENCY, at 137" Washington Ave-
nue. Miami I'.eaeh, Florida, lnte-nd to
regisier said name with the Clark of
the iTi cult COUrl of Mad.- County,
I ioriela.
lloWEI.L C (CASE50*
JACK KRAI Si: "iic
S/lS-tt-fl 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LE BERN1 STUDIOS, at 7809 Blecayne
Blvd., Intends to register Bald name
with the Clerk of the- circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. _._. ..
RELMA LEO CORPORATION
MAN KOOAN
Attorney for Applicants
I Lincoln ltd Pddg.
:, 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 TEACHM \V
Plaintiff
DORWARD FRANCIS TEACHMAN,
a.I.ml
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DORWARD KKANCis
TEACHM IN
ISI Sunn) side l louI#vard
Dumont. New J ,,.,,
You .,! ii.iein notified thai a I.ill
Of Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you, and you are requir-
..,1 to serve a copy of your Aim
Pleading t.e the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Vttornc ya, aroNo-
VITZ, ARONOV1TZ ,v caimiN, is
Beybold Building, Miami, florid
file tile- Original Answer Ot Pleading
in tin- offloe of the Clerk of 'he Clr-
,.,,ii Court on "i before lh 23rd daj
of \i |S86. if you fall to d.....
judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
,a,h week t"t four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ISth day of April, A O,
,9i5- E It LEATHERMAN.
eh i k. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M c. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
A CAID1N
Attorneys for Plaintiff
;8 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida
. 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERStBY OIVEH that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JEWISH 1--MHCM ON THE AIR. at r.n.l
SW 17th Avenue. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Mr-
cui, Court of D.d^Coun(y.;n,;r.Nda.
MARY SE1DEN
4/S2-JS 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the tlctitioiis name "f
CARIBBEAN NOVELTIES, at I6S1
Washington Avenue. Miami Reach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Da4e County, Florida.
ALFRED HEILBERG (partner)
I.OTTIE HEILBERG (partner)
KURT WELL1SCH
4/29 5/6-13-211
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
/N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178656
.M-: \N A. CRI 'U'i.EY, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES J. CROWLEY, JR.,
Hfife
IT FOR DIVC
RLES J citoV
- 45th Street,
la. New Yj|
You *je litauby
..I i "omfda mi foi I >i \ ori ,
filed against you. and you ST*
quired to serve a copy of your Answi
or Pleading to the Bill of Complali
on the plaintiffs Attorney, HILTON
II RICHMOND. 1 Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, Florida, ami fll
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk e,f the Circuit
Court on ni before the 23rd day pf
May, IMS. If you fall to do so. .ludg-
meiit by default will be taken against
you for the relict demanded in the BIN)
of Complaint.
This notice .-hall be published
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oRI I H AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of April. A I'.
It&S. I
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court.
Hade County, Florida
By H. II. RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal i Deputy Clerk
MILTON H. RICHMOND
Attorney for Plaintiff
l Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
li,,. unile-rsigni-d. desiring Iii 'lie
business under th* fictitious name of
LEWIS & LEWIS, at 21 DuPonl
Building, Miami, intend to register
-aid name with the Clerk of tile l'i -
cull Court "f Hade Countv. Florida.
J. HERALD LEWIS'
D. ROBERT LEWIS
5/6-13-21-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ..f
ALHAMBRA SUNDRIES, at 12105
N.W. 7th Avenue-. North Miami, in-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY WEI8ER
JNNIE WKISKR
HERBERT WE1SER
NADI.EK ,v TUNICK
Attorneys tor Applicants
412 Blscayne Hldg.
4/29 5/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863
CHARLES MAL1.NK, Plaintiff
GARNET i: MA1.1NK. Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: GARNET E. MA LIN K
4nt Hussa Street
Linden, New Jersey
YOP ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to
sei ve a copy of your answer to the Bin
of Complaint for Divorce in the above
cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and
file the original In th* office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before
the SSth dav ..f May, IS5S, otherwise
said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will
be. taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2:ith day of April, 13".,
K I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
BY WM W. STOCKING
Deputy cb-rk
MYERS, HE1MAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
630 Seybold Building, Miami IS, florlda
l .".1 :, 6-1J-S0
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 178953
HELEN I'ESTKRd ZKPPKNFKI.DI.
plaintiff,
GEORGE ZKPPENKKI.DT.
i lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
p GEORGE ZEl'PENf KI.DT
Signal 1'.....
1 t. Wadi
st.iteT. Island, N.-u York
foil are hen bj n il Hi d thai
of C.....plaint I- 11'..... ha be; n
igalnat you. and "iJ|1-
,.,1 to set" ips of v.,in Answer or
Pleading to Ih* B 11 of Complaint on
. p|a m attorney. IIB
CHERTKOI 601 IHympla Building,
and fife th.....Igmal
or Pleading in the ofl
the cierk of tin- circuit Court mi or
the Twenty-si vepth as
Max, ISS5. if you f.iil to do 10, J al-
meiii bj default will be taken
you for Hi, 1 e lief demanded in the-
inn of 'omplalnt. ,,,
This notice shall be published one*
each "cms '"' four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.oRIDIA N.
HONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this S7th day Of April. A.n.
1955.
K 1; LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
1 mi, County, Florida.
II, .11 can COtlRNOYER
(Circuit Com 1 s. -I,
GEORGE CHERTKOF
1,117 Ol- mpla Building
Miami 32, I-1.....la
Attorney tor Plaintiff
It-St
DepUt) Clerk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17902!
ANNA ARONSON, Plaintiff.
vs.
JOSEPH aronson, Defendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO JOSEPH ARONSON
l'l'hT North Saltord Street
Philadelphia SI, Pennsylvania
You, JOSEPH ARONSON, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complain-
for Divorce has been filed against yov
ami vecu are required to serve a 1 tpj
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plain till -
Attorneys, RICHARD .* MUROPF
BSQS., SOS Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Ile.rida, and file the origin.,I
Answer or Pleading in the office ol
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 6th day of June, 1S55. If
you fail to do so, judgment by default
will he taken against yon fm; the relief
demanded in the Bill of complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Hoi ida, this Mth day of April. AD
K B I.EATIfrrRMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court.
I i.ide County. Florida
By It. H. RICK. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerl
RICH \KH A Ml'ROPP
Attorne)s for Plaintiff
SOS Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
S/l-lS-t0-CT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi,, undersigned, desiring to engage in
busim ss under the fictitious name, .a
-roll,ess LAUNDRY "Wee Wash
It" or You Wash It, at 501 E. Ninth
Street, Hlaleah, Florida, intends to
register said iianie. with the Clerk of
th* Clrcull Cowl of Dade County,
Florida.
B a A P INC a Florida corporation
FREDERICK N P.ARAD. ESQ.
Attorney for B A.A.P INC.
5/6-IS-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiicle-rsignecl. desiring to *ngl
business under the fictitious nan.....I
i: \ l: A I SPARKLING SELTZER Ci i
(Not In, i. at Ki^ N.W litii SI in-
tend to register said name with the
i 'le i k of Hie' Cin il it Com t of 1 --
County, Florida
SAMUEL A I.T.MAN
BEN TRUPKIN "'-
MYERS, HEIMAN eS KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicanta
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