The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
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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UttUEIondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 23Number 20
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
fElOPMENT CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL
lew Organization Will Assume
Responsibility for Israel Bonds;
Dr. Schwartz Revealed at Helm
ITEW YORKA new organiza ;
with Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
I'Utive vice chairman of the
lited Jewish Appeal, as its vice
sidertt and directing head, as-
ned responsibility Monday for
>ale of Israel Bonds in the
|itcd States and other parts of
free world.
In accordance with an agreement
Ih the Government of the State
[Israel, the Bond sales organia-
(>n was officially transferred to a
(rly created agency known m the
vclopment Corporation for Is-
^1. with national headquarters at
Fourth ave.. New York.
foremost leader in the field
large-scale rescue and resettle-
bil of Jews in Israel and else-
lere during the past decade and
naif. Dr. Schwartz succeeds Hen-
Montor as chief executive offi-
Of the Israel Bond Campaign.
nee May, 1951, the campaign
Bich was carried on during the
st four years under the aegis of
le American financial and Devel
Vwi.l Corporation for Israel, sold
Rotal of more than $190,000,000
I Israel Bonds.
[Dr. Schwartz outlined the plans
Id pui-poses of the Israel Bond
tmpaign at a press conference
lid in the offices of the Devclop-
put Corporation for Israel.
|Dr. Schwartz said: "Economic
rwer is the keystone of Israel's
ogress and its military as well
* day security. Therefore the
[mtiniied sale of State of Israel
onds on the widest possible scale
^presents an indispensable factor
its program to achieve peace and
rengthen its democratic in.,htu
jms.
"Because Israel Bonds have be-
ttmc a major instrument in the
fonomic development of Israel
ad because they have proved
hemselves to be a sound invest-
ment whose results are evident in
He growth of many vital industrial
id agricultural enterprises, it is
it immediate objective to enlist
II elements in the Jewish com-
munities of the United States in
ctive participation in the Israel
and Campaign."
Myers Reelected Federation President;
Friedland Named Chairman of Board
As Annual Meeting Sets Stage for '56
Stanley C. Myers, a pioneer founder of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, its first president in 1938
and president again in 1954-55, was unanimously
reelected to serve a second consecutive term as
pansident during 1955-56 .at the 17th annual federa-
tion dinner in the BiscSyne Terrace hotel Tuesday..
Other Federation officers elected to serve With
Myers in the coming year are: honorary president,
jL'arl Weinkle: Vice presidents, Sam J. Heiman, How-
ard Kane. Aaron Kanner, John Serbin and Harold
Thurman.
Samuel N. Friedland was elected chairman of
the board of trustees, with Sidney Lefcourt serving
DEDICATION TO PROGRESS OF MIAMI
Jewish florldian Cited for Service
Stanley C. Myers
EXPRESS APOLOGIES
To Court-Martia!
Soldiers Causing
Border Incidents
TEL AVIV (JTA)Three Israel
soldiers who inadvertently crossed
the border into the Egyptian-held
Gaza strip Sunday will be court-
martialled, according to an Israel
Army announcement here. An
Egyptian outpost opened fire on
the Israel patrol car, demolishing
the vehicle, but the soldiers were
saved by the interventionvof a cap-
tain who is a member of the Unit-
ed Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization.
An Israel military spokesman de-
clared that not only would the sol-
diers be court-martialled, but that
the government would officially
express its apologies for the tech-
nical armistice violation to Maj.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of the
UN truce set-up.
Tht Jewish Floridian was cited
Tuesday night by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for
"leadership and service" in be-
half of the annual CJA drives
here, as well as for its dedication
to the progress of Greater
Miami.
Sam i. Heiman, 1955 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal campaign
chairman, presented a large
bronze plaque to The Jewish
Floridian from Federation and
the community at Federation's
17th annual meeting in the Bis-
cayne Terrace hotel. Fred K.
Shochet, Jewish Floridian pub-
lisher and immediate past presi-
dent of tho American Associa-
tion of English-Jewish Publish-
ers, accepted the award.
The plaque reads: "Awarded
to The Jewish Floridian by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion for leadership and service
to our Jewish community
through its intelligent interpre-
tation of the local and national
Jewish scenes, for its sympa-
thetic and provocative editorials
and its dedication to the prog-
ress of Greater Miami. May 17,
1955."
U vice chairman. Other trustees include Shepard
Broad. Jack Carner. George Chertkof, Moses Gins-
berg, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon Jacobs, Abe Kur-
man, Sam C. Levenson, Marcie Liberman, Joseph.
M. Rose, Herbert E. Seller, Harry Sirkin and Joseph
Steins *$ *^
Myers was called upon to continue in office by an
overflow crowd of over 300 Federation members
and a host of community welfare and religious lead-
ers convened at the Tuesday evening dinner.
Myers is a Miami attorney who is known na- .
tionally for his welfare and civic work. He was pres-
ident for five terms of the .'. -
tional Council of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare Funds. He helped
revise Florida's laws concerning
children and has been active In
Red Cross, Community Chest cam-
paigns and the Dade County v.
tare Council.
Recently. Myers was among sev-
en outstanding aiea citizens v
were awarded silver brotherhood
medallions by the National Con
ference of Christians and Jew.
The award was presented ;n recog-
nition of his achievement in the
field of human relations and tor
giving effective service toward the
improvement of intergioup rela-
tions in the community and tor
promoting the ideals of brother-
hood.
During World War II. the Attor-
ney General of the United States
Continued on Page 9 A
Samuel N. frieflmnd
\HD THE BAND PLAYED 'DEUTSCHLAND UEBER ALUS'
Speculation Centers on Germany's Role
DULLES, LEHRMAN EXCHANGE NOTES
State Department Advises Austrians
About 'Wisdom' in Concluding Final
Agreement on Knotty Claims Cases
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State Department has expressed "com-
plete agreement" on the "wisdom of concluding a satisfactory agree-
ment" between Jewish negotiators and Austria on the indemnification
issue, before the Austrian State Treaty is presented to the U.S. Senate
for ratification. This was made known Monday when Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman called the attention of the Senate to a letter he received from
Thurston B. Morton, Assistant Sec- ------------------------------------------------
JTA
NEW YORKTen years after the total defeat of
fitter's Third Reich, the Federal Republic of Ger-
many regained her sovereignty and entered the
Forth Atlantic Treaty Organization, authorized by
ihe Paris agreements to start on the program of
building a twelve-division army. The facts of the
case were certain, but an undercurrent of specula-
lion as to what they would mean swept through the
vorld as the ghost of Nazi bestiality refused to be
aid in many quarters.
While the band played the "Deutschlandlied" at
l-N \To headquarters, and the flag of West Germany
|t<>ok its place with those of the other nations there,
[l-ewhere others were marking, not a beginning,
j but a memory of something they truly hoped would
[have lasting meaningtheir liberation.
In Berlin, the Central Council of Jews in Ger-
many marked the anniversary of liberation with a
meeting in Germany's largest synagogue. Speakers
at the meeting were Dr. Otto Suhr, Mayor of Berlin,
Heinz Galinski. president of the Berlin Jewish Com-
munity, and Dr. H. G. van Dam, secretary general of
the Central Council. Dr. van Dam reminded his
listeners that there had been more than one sur-
render in the recent history of Germany, that the
capitulation to the Allies in 1945 had been preceded
by the capitulation of the German people to the
Nazis, without a fight, in 1933 and in 1938, when the
anti-Semitic program had moved into high gear.
On a strip of beach near Neustadt, not far from
retary of State for Legislative Af-
fairs.
The State Department wrote
Sen. Lehman in response to a com-
munication which the Senator had
sent to Secretary of State John
Foster Dullesa copy of a letter
from the American Association of
Former Austrian Jurists Inc.con-
cerning the indemnification of
Austrian victims of Nazi oppres-
sion. "It seems necessary," said the
Association chairman, Siegfried
Geyerham, "that Austria be forced
'N0NS0VIETISM
the spot where 7,398 concentration camp inmates fore the State Treaty is concluded,
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Driye Renewed
Against Religion
WASHINGTON (JTA) Neither
religion nor "non-Soviet national-
ism" will be tolerated in the Sov-
iet Union, according to a domes-
tic radio broadcast in the USSR
, reported here by the United States
to enact satisfactory Icgisjaton on | JJEStta Agency.
The renewed ban against "non-
this (indemnification) matter be-
.Iropped ,
Arcona" and the "Thielbeck." two Nazi slave ships,
went to the bottom, loaded with prisoners of 24 dif-
ferent nationalities, after an air raid on Nazi ship-
ping in the Baltic.
Sovereignty for Germany created new problems
for some, and opened old wounds for others. In the
latter category, tho news from Washington that a
Presidential Executive Order transferring a hard
Core of war criminals to German authority where
they would be eligible for wholesale pardon and re-
was disquieting. The beneficiaries of the new
order would be that handful of the very worst of-
fenders who had not already been the recipients of
widespread clemency of United States authorities.
1 pointed up, in the opinion of ex-
Assistant Secretary Morton, re-, ns ,here ,hat therc has becn
plying to Sen. Lehman, wrote: ch jf] ,he basic communi,t
"The Department and the Ameri-
can Embassy in Vienna have view-; The broadcast not only warn-
ed with symnathy the claims of ed against a letdown in atheist
victims of Nazi action, and have ex-j campaiRnSi Dut also cautioned So-
pressed their desire to seek a viet ci|izcns against perrnilting
speedy and just solution to the
problem of claims of individuals
and with respect to heirless prop-
erty in Austria. I am in complete
agreement with you as to the wis-
Continued on Pag* 11 A
"freedom of discussion." The
broadcast said:
"Recently, the struggle against
religious views was relived, ow-
ing to poor atheistic propaganda.'*
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LAKIST CASH fT
Baron de Hirsch Meyer Gives UM
New S211f000 Law School Bylding
Hirsch Meyer, promi-
nent Jewish community leader, is
presenting the V- >f Miami
with its new school of la* buii -
Dr Jay F. W Pearsor.. IJI presi
dent, revealed this week Dr Pear
son said that the S211000 from
Meyer is the largest cash gift ever ^ anVconstrnrtion wifl start"
received by the am .ianag ^ a contractor is chosen.
the lifetime of a don Classes are expected to enter it af
A member of the IM board of ter the winter vacation
trustees. Meyer is a prominent bu
Mount Shiai Hospital. vte* |nes3-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and founded the Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fond of Jewish Fam-
ily Service
The new IM law boiktrng M
plmiiil by Robert M. Little, arch.
inessman and attorney and a grad-
uate of Harvard Law School. He
w.s admitted to the Miami Bar
in 1927 Meyer is presently a mem-
ber of the board of trustees of
Beth Tfilafi Women
Plan Bool Cruise
rhood of Beth Tfilah will
hold a boat ride on Sunday after-
noon. May 22 The yacht -Seven
Seas" leaves P:er 8. Mmwii. at
430 :
Caa^rcur. of the affairs is Mrs
Anna Silberman. Comnv.--
rs Mrs Besmt Jaeobson. Mrs
Rose Listig. Mrs. Frieda Feiiman
Mr- Rache! K
11 be welcomed b> Vr
Rachel K -rhood p:

Dr Pearsor. said the Meyer gift
made possible the consolidation of
the law school into one efficient
area It will provide Mernck space
now used by law students for ex-
pansion of the general library
It also lift of spirit
to have a friend prove M
lively his faith in the iinnt
The present law school of 460
student- :- a graduate school re-
quiring the bachelor degree for ad-
mission The new building wili be
- Miller dr and San Amaro op-
posite the Ring Theater Its library
wing will hold the present 71.6*6
volumes and providt for expar.
sion. There will be a reading rw
for MO. and a 500-seat cour -
A four story unit houses admio-
i>t ration and faculty facilities
-rooms will have a seating ca-
pacity of 400
The whole structure, light and
open, conforms to the tropical ar-
Beth Shoiom /Heir's Club
To Hear (Hikers' Report
Men's Club of Temple Beth
Shoiom will hold a barbecue steak
dinner in the patio of the Temple
on Wedne-wlay' evening. June 1.
according to an announcement by
program chairman Albert L. Rosen. I
In charge of the function as co- j
chairmen are Morry B. Morris and I
Sol S Pine. Dr. Alexander Rob I
Ok*, chairman of fhe nominating
committee, will present a report
On new officers and directors for !
next year.
Proceeds from the dinner will go
towards the support of the Tem-
ple's youth work program, stated
Jack A. Abbott, president of the
Men's dub Dr Meyer Eggnatz is '
chairman of,he Vouu,,
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PAGE 3 A
Short Sisterhood
Install Off Jews
htallation of officers will be
by the Sisterhood of the
i Shore Jewish Center on
sday evening, May 24, at the
|er
Fred Jonas will be installed
[her second term as president.
bi Mayer Abratnowitt will be
llmg officer,
thers to be installed are: vice
Bond Workers
To Get Awards
For Israel Bond sales totalling
more than $70,000. 24 Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond saleswomen will
be awarded solid gold "Chen"
charms at a special award's brunch
to be held on Thursday noon. May
26 at the Royal Palm hotel, it was
announced this week by Mrs
Monte Selig, chairman of the Worn-
fidents, the Mesdames Allan | en's Division for Israel Bonds.
. Louis Gold, A. L. Mechlo-
Sam Oguz and Harry Loeb;
Isurer, Mrs. Frank Briskman;
fetaries, the Mesdames Franklin
Lin. Max Krauss, Leon Rappee.
hrice Eisenberg and Lillian Kor-
publicity and bulletin, Mrs.
it Bloch; chaplain, Mrs. Rita
ttin; parliamentarian, Mrs. Hy-
Simons; and historian,_ Mrs.
hiickman.
Discuss Aid
I Cancer Institute
lusiness meeting of the Pythian
|cis, Roosevelt Temple, will be
Wednesday evening.
ro be discussed Wednesday will
[the need to create a room at
Cancer Institute at Miami, to
llitate scientific invention and
At the brunch, Jacob Shcr,
Greater Miami chairman of the
Israel Bonds committee, will pro-
sent two prizes to the top bond
saleswoman and top bond salesman'
of the year.
"Chen" co-chairmen, Mrs. Harry
Platoff and Mrs. Sybil Weitz an-
nounced that nine women of the
Greater Miami area will be award-
ed their first "Chen" charms at
the brunch.
The following women have earn-
ed their first charm: the Mes-
dames David Dcnner. Ann Frank,
Pauline Sher Sosow, Esther Good-
man, Harry Koretzky. Sam Simon-
hoff. Rose Landau Simpson, Ber-
tha H. Silverman and Bessie Spen.
It was also announced that the
following women will receive their
first and second charms at the
lining of surgical and technical brunch: the Mesdames Leon Ell,
uments to further the study j Mayshie Friedberg, Sam Luby and
be expanded to further this Samuel Zitner.
be expended to further this
jeet.
1954, a "Golden Book" was
BblNhed to perpetuate the Hen-
Ita Kastoff Memorial Fund for
tKor Research, to which contri-
ons have been steadily made,
addition, Roosevelt Temple has
bated in excess of $800 raised
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Plans for the Inter-American Trade and Cultural Center go
into full scale operation with the recent passage of a bill by
the State Legislature enabling the sale of bonds to take place.
D. Lee Powell, only Miami Beach resident on the board of
directors, is shown with Dr. William H. Walker, chairman of
fhe board. The center, which will be located on the Graves
tract at Sunny Isles, embracing 1,750 acres, is expected to
employ thousands of Dade County residents upon its com-
pletion.
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Iperin Intensifies
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ampaigning from one end of
ami Beach to the other, Sam Hal-
in intensified his bid for city
ncil this week as he pointed out
ee major achievements he ac-
plished for the entire city in
role of private citizen.
Halperin's campaign committee,
aded by Ben F. Danbaum, Mrs.
se Weiss and Mrs. Max Boder-
n. has scheduled rallies for Hal-
rin Saturday night at Washing-
i Park; Sunday night, at Pier
rk; Tuesday night at North
ore Park; and Wednesday night
Stillwater Park.
"I believe very section of Miami
ach is entitled fo fair represen-
on council," Halperin said
cdnesday, "and you will find that
make the same statements at
uth Shore and at North Beach,
First and at 41st st. Beware of
use who pledge special favors for
c particular area, then fail to
peat their promises at meetings
Id elsewhere in the city."
Halperin said he took the lead
It the close of World War II in
impelling the City of Miami
o:ich to purchase the Bayshore
olf Course for municipal use.
alperin also pointed to his nine
ears of service on the zoning
jard.
The candidate, first vice presi-
tnt of fhe Chamber of Commerce,
resident of the Washington Ave-
ue Association and vice president
1 Temple Emanu-El, noted that
I was the leader in a private suit
0 years ago which proved that a
chool consolidation bill that would
ave made Miami Beach responsi-
ble for the bonded indebtedness of
Hip rest of the county was uncon-
stitutional. That suit," said Hal-
perin, 'saved the citizens of Miami
Beach more than two million dol-
lars."
And Halperin pointed out that
he took the fight to Tallahassee in
1947 against a sharp rise in insur-
ance rates in Miami Beach after
a hurricane that year. Halperin
said he was the only private citizen
to appear before the state, "pay-
inu for the trip personally."
Daniel Broad, well-known com-
munity leader, Sunday said that
Sam Halperin is "an oustanding
American, an outstanding citizen
of Miami Beach and an outstanding
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Fridcy. May 20. 1955
Volume 29 Number 20
Iyar 28. 5715
Positive Commonity leadership
Continued cooperation demonstrating genu-
ine discipline and community spirit is further
emphasized by the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, which has been holding a
series of seminars and conferences in the
Greater Miami area during the past few weeks.
Seminary leaders here and throughout the
nation carry forward in their dedicated task
of bringing to various communities the story of
the need for spiritual value in our time.
Yet in their many programs, they have wisely
respected the need for integrating their sem-
inar activities into our overall community pic-
ture.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation has.
throughout its existence, continued to empha-
size that the sooner a pattern of careful plan-
ning is clearly established the sooner will the
community meet its responsibilities to both its
local and outside agencies in orderly and effi-
cient fashion.
Recognizing the purposes of careful plan-
ning, the Jewish Thecloaical Seminary has
avoided open fund raising campaigns here
until such time as Federation's 1955 Combined
Jewish Appeal was winding up its drive. In
the forefront of this cooperative spirit have
been Miami leaders active culturally and phil-
anthropically here, as well as in the national
and local programs of Seminary.
^ With such men as Samuel Halperin and
Samuel Friedland at their helm, it is no won-
der that the theological school has entered
unguestioningly into the spirit of civic coopera-
tionhas refrained from asking for help to
continue its seminars on spiritual and moral
values, as well as its school programs, until
our community was ready to pay heed to its
call.
Friedland. again elected president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El this week, is known nationally
for his cultural, philanthropic and religious
leadership. Recently elevated to the post of
national chairman of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, he has long been active in behalf
of numerous Jewish causes. He is a former
president of Federation, as well as a former
campaign chairman.
Friedland's many trips to Israelhis last,
from which he returned only a few weeks ago
have been made for the purpose of survey-
ing the Jewish Stgte's economic and industrial
progress in which he actively participates. At
home, Friedland's philanthropic and cultural
interest has not alone been confined to the
Jewish community; his Food Fair Foundation
late last year announced a program of college
and university scholarships for young men
and women throughout the nation.
Halperin was only recently appointed chair-
man of the South Florida region for the nation-
al planning committee of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America. His interest in be-
half of Seminary and its moral statesmanship
seminars have brought him into the forefront
of active discussion in these affairs.
Vice president of Temple Emanu-El. Halper-
in is a member of Miami Beach-Israel Zionist
District and numerous other religious and pro-
Israel groups. He is fust vice president of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and a
founder and board member of the Beach Better
Business Bureau. He is a past president of the
Beach Board of Realtors and the Miami Beach
Presidents' Council.
Such activities, among many others too nu-
merous to mention, have marked Halperin's
contribution to our community since his civic
career began here back in 1936. Such is the
leader who now assumes the preeminent post
of South Florida regional chairman of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of America, as Sem-
inary continues the task it has cut out for itself
bringing to all of us the story of the need for
spiritual value in our time.
It is a tribute to the theological school and to
its leadership, as well, that the manner in
which it has carried forward its programs with-
in the larger community planning'picture am-
ply demonstrates the meaning of spiritual
statesmanship in practical, everyday living.
The Ml Story is Needed
American Jewish Committee leaders met in
conference, in Washinqton some two weeks
ago. Among speakers at one of the sessions
was Maxwell M. Raab, secretary to President
Eisenhower's cabinet
Mr. Raab told the AJCommittee leaders that
enlightened American public opinion is tumb-
ling down the walls of discrimination and preju-
dice, and AJC president Irving M. Engel pre-
sented Mr. Raab with a scroll and special cita-
tion "for his devoted efforts and resourcefulness
in carrying forward President Eisenhower's
high resolve that all Americans regardless of
race, color or creed, shall enjoy to the full
their birthright of equal opportunity."
Mr. Raab's address and the AJC presenta-
tion came concurrently with the publication by
a Scripps-Howard newspaperman of a story
revealing that "organized biqotry is on the
upswing in America." The writer. Jack Steele,
observes that hatemongering may not be as
dangerous at it was in the late '30's. when
nazi and fascist funds supported the activities
of the Gerald L. K. Smiths and the Father
Charies E. Coughlins, but that unless checked
by exposure and education, it may grow strong
enough again to subject the U.S. to lethal doses
of poisonous malice.
Now, Mr. Steele's observations do not neces-
sarily vitiate the position of Mr. Raab; nor do
they detract from the purposes of the American
Jewish Committee presentation to him for his
contribution to the eradication of segregation
in our nation's capital. Certainly. President
Eisenhower has demonstrated a firm resolve
to outroot bigotry from government employ-
ment practicesas his January, 1955 appoint-
ment of Mr. Maxwell Abbell, a friend of Mr.
Raab, to chairmanship of the President's Com-
mittee on Employment Practices in Govern-
ment indicates.
But we respectfully submit that none of these
anti-prejudice activities reaches the root of the
greatest difficulty todaybigotry in the dis-
guise of "security risk" dismissals. Abraham
Chasanow, Wolf Ladejinsky, the Ft. Monmouth
investigations and the recent release of Edward
Corsi as administrator of the 1953 Refuqee Re-
lief Act are all cases in point. In each of these
cases, men were withdrawn from government
service as a result of flimsy charges that they
were security risks.
In none of these cases was a single security
risk charge substantiated. Mr. Chasanow has
been returned to his post, with apologies by
the U.S. Navy; Mr. Ladejinsky is now in Viet
Nam, although the charge against him in
clown-like fashion still stands and although the
President worsened things by remarking that
Viet Nam is less sensitive than was Mr. Lade-
jinsky's job in Tokyo; the Ft. Monmouth cases
were only recently flayed as the most impos-
sible example yet established by the Admin-
istration in its security program; Mr. Corsi. a
sacrifice in the name of the ominous McCarran-
Walter Act and a victim of Rep. Walter's out-
right racial prejudice, rejected the offer of a
new post by Mr. Dulles within days after pres-
sure had been applied on Mr. Dulles to fire
the New York State Republican leader.
Here are areas of discrimination which Mr.
Raab completely failed to discuss at a highly
opportune moment; here are areas of discrimi-
nation which, with their official sanction, make
the slavum activities of the Gerald L. K. Smiths
and Merwin K. Harts look amateurish indeed
The AJCommittee award to Mr. Raab was apt
certainly, but Mr. Raab missed the best time of
his life to tell us what the Administration in-
tends doing about bigotry within its midst.
FRIDAY M.v ,
During The Week .. .a. iTsTTj
By LEO MINDLIN
SUMMING UP a course of action is a difficult thing wn
has been accomplished Summing up a course of action is /
thing when little has been accomplished. Or. the converse na^O?
readily true, depending upon the agent of summation M.inifolTL-t4
ment elicits complex analysis of the program that produced it in
< i> little satisfaction in what has been achieved, if the past miJr
! critically regarded for the agent of summation as is the future v ill
him in equally critical regard so far as yet undiscovered poj i!
1 are concerned. Manifold achievement elicits simple analysis";? "
assumed that the totality of possibility has been explored, if : j ,'
that perfection has been attained.
The case of complex analysis in the fact of relatively
achievement need not concern us; for there lies the road to inte'li
dishonesty. The case of simple analysis in the face of Run
' achievement should not concern us; for there lies the road to
satisfaction and social doom.
Thus it is that most of us become fearfully complicated in mi
of human import. Since we are never willing to surrender to the t
that future possibility is something we may take lightly. we are fa
engaged in summing up the past and in planning for what lies
This is especially true and a particularly marked characteristic of
munity organizations. No one will deny the seriousness of their in
i although one often hears disparaging remarks about the >eriou,
' of some of their leaders.
Perhaps such disparagement may be attributed to the geo*
! cynical nature of men; yet, happily, that cynicism has never
paralyzing enough to prevent community organizations from contk.
! their programs. What it comes down to is that there are var-mii
' grees of achievement, which depend upon the people responsible |
these programs, upon the area in which they operate and upon a|
of other factors too numerous to mention here. If a comnnmk) i
ization feels that it has not been as successful as previous pUgaj
portended, this is because a lower level of attainment has been read-!
! than original consideration envisioned.
Annual meetings of community organizations are the public a*
! mation of battlegrounds on which were privately fought out. if never a I
I almost never resolved, the frustrations resulting from the hiatv kl
tween goal and accomplishment. Annual meetings, too. are frecu
! a sounding-board for the cynicism and the disparagement never a
j but always silently present and silently accusing. Behind the gieei_
I the gaiety of award and recognition lie the post kind ; ^1
analysis and the most -harply resolved decision- to better in i
, future "no matter what."
I ATTENDED two annual meetings this week. Th. first, on!..
! morning, saw the Jewish Social Service Bureau officially chan|Ti
name to Jewish Family Service, heard the agency announce that i
vocational service department bad become a permai ent arm am
its other programs and that it was now ready to offer the corsmu
| foster care for children, infant adoption and help to unwed rsouV.,
The second, on Tuesday evening, was the yearly occa-i. n for FederatkL
! to thank its many campaign leaders, elect officer- and reevaluite jj
I relationship to its participating organizations, as well a- to the areai
I large.
Mrs. Stanley C. .Myers, chairman of the original JSSB con
'on child care, reviewed at the Sunday meeting the history ol
i agency's struggle to add this new service to its program- and descri
i in detail Federation action that led to the new Jewish family Servio
licensing as a child placement group. But it reman.
I Ackerman. JFS president, "to sum up.- Aptly called Whats ill
Name." her address considered the agency s three previous offiriiL
' titles and implied that subsequent changes since the estabhshnal
of the original United Jewish Aid Association symbolized a corouatf
effort to attain manifold achievement in family service on a pro*
sional level.
Philosophically "weighty.'" Mrs. ACKerman s address touched upn|
! the general evolution of family counselling concepts from ch
'beginnings to its current somantieally aesthetic "psychiatric
i worker" status, which appeals to the troubled need- ol even incoa
group in the Jewish community. But the talk also hit hard at kN
apathies, at what it called "placidity." at what it envisioned as
"inhospitable" nature of leadership here. Change of the agenc; nai
! Mrs. Ackerman said, did not portend but announced instead pn
; termined change in the organization's intent. In th:- sense, the Jfl
policy the address defined developed into a kind ol unnece>Ninlr|
I belligerent challenge hurled at those who might call for caution ial
face of vaulting ambition. Superficially. Mrs. Aekerman's talk sendl
as a rationale for the agency's rapidly expanding hon/ona H"**!
not really needed because, reluctantly or not. slowly or not *|
| Service's present status, achieved by community consent, seerra tok-l
more than an adequate answer to the charge of phi. iitv and tfH
' pitality.
A valuable contribution lay in emphasis of the fact th.it ur fieaSa|
of Bervkea can be the only possible mode of JFS oper.ition, siM*j
centralization and its attendant narrowing of scope "to -impleua*
'consultation bureau must inevitably limit its (JFS) significancet*[
community." Ml
THE PRESIDENT'S report at the Federation annual me^af**!
the form of a panel, in which participants attempted to define Ff*
torn > role in the area at large. In this regard, the ort :.'.iti'>n's|
| tion both as a fund raising and community planning arm became awl
test Summations here could only touch by implication upon th
that the hiatus between goal and accomplishment imi-i be i""***^
narrowed in future years. The JFS observation Sunday about <
faculty of getting monies either for addition of new services**
pansion of old programs is a case in point.
For this hitter observation. I am sure, has been made by U-l
ership of every participating Federation organization B"'
lem. it seems to me. can not be resolved by broadside criticism
Federation, per se. nor. even by implication, of those principal^
sponsible for the planning agency > policies. Resolution of the r
i lem must be sought and found within the community itself-*
| members of the community, who can ultimately be taufjft t "^
to the concept of total community awareness.
As I see it, a principal fund raising technique has been pasT
ance upon the bloody history of unfortunate Jewry abroad *t
the banner of brutality, decry the mounds of destruction. 'P*"*?^
glee the transgressions of Arab against Israeli as a means o(m
response to our charitable needs. It is for us to envision '
such techniques will no longer prove bountiful and to wort V
those methods that should equally successfully arouse the c,,fa'
of American Jewry to recognize urgent needs' at home There is
thing psychically diseased about a philanthropy based upon "*
tinuing hypnosis of Jewish blood.
When local achievement may be regarded with the same w
eye. then we shall have arrived at the point where. n,wer*rli
community, we are answerable to each other If Federation us*
here, it is to encourage a kind of leadership dedicated to thus ena
ticipating agencies have no less a role in such a dedication.


1DAY, HAY 20. 1955
+ Uwisti thriliir
riedland in New
rm as Temple
lanu-EI President
L [riedland. civic and re-
l |er, will be installed for
^,hn ear as president of Tem-
Km^ru-Kl in a ceremony that
11 highlight
Temple's Fri-
servic-
Ihe ln-( late |
yjcci- of the
Ison.
Jl,.(l to ascend I
pulpit and be ;
rgpd with
l nonsibil-'
I Habbi
i.ehrman.jB
Kalling officer,^"
honorary life friedland
bsidents Mayer H. Frankel, Jo-
M Rose and Harry Sirkin;
presidents, Benjamin I. Bin-
V. (h:.rles Fruchtman, Samuel J.
perin, Joseph M. Lipton and
[H-r J, Talianoff; treasurer. Max
Herman; financial secretary, Sol
Iriniur.: recording secretary, Dr.
rnian R. Mechlowitz.
r.ikiru oaths as members of the
(rd 'i directors will be Harry
den^tein, Jack Burris, Joseph
erner, Morris Cohen, Bernard
Feiner, Nathan Glosser, Allen
hdberg. George Goldberg, Jo-
^h H< ffman. Leon Jacobs, Harry
retzky, David Levinson, Samuel
im. Samuel Magid, Oscar Mam-
Vrnham Mason, Baron de
>ch Meyer, I. Louis Mintzer, Dr.
n P< iser, Leo Robinson, Julius
tcn-tein, Raymond Rubin. Irving
putzman, Edward J. Singer, Ja-
Spund, Alfred Stone and Hen-
IWaitzkin.
Members of the board of trus-
who will take office are Ar-
|n Applebaum, Daniel Broad,
C haikin, Jules Channing, Jack
nper, Henry Cove, Irving Cypen,
V. Danbaum. Leo Eisenstein,
Jack J. Falk. Raymond Feiner,
Jinan P. Forrest, Dr. Stanley
ohlinf.', Maurice G. Furman, Syd-
Gans, Saul Genet. Ben Zion
nsburt. Alexander Gordon, Nat
]k<::. Henry Hillman, Harold
bchfieid.
}o-eph Hutner, Dr. Sherman
ilan. Irvin Katz. Sam Katz, Ben-
nin :. Kline, M. J. Kopelowitz,
rv Levine, Hank Meyer, Harry
Ifson, Al Osheroff. Julius J. Perl-
Itter, David Phillips, Louis Pol-
Ik. Joseph Postol, David Provus,
|rnard Rodins, Seymour Rubin,
in. Rubin, Marcus O. Sarokin,
tv Seligman, Jack Silverman,
tun Sirkin, Max Sulken^William
PAGE 5 A
House Parties for Candidate
The headquarters of Councilman
Burnett Roth announced this week
a series of house parties for friends
and campaign workers which were
held Saturday at 2205 North Mer-
idian ave. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome G
Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Hillard L.
Joseph were hosts.
Two parties wore hejd on Sun-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gold-
berg and Mr. and Mrs. William T.
Kruglak II entertained at 19 Palm
ave. Palm Island. At the Arlen
Arms, 215 30th st.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Mollie Hauben was hostess.
Sussman, Michael Tose, Harold
Turk, Sidney Walzer. Charles Ya-
vers and Raphael i'unes.
Physicians' committee of Mount Sinai Hospital pledges support of the new development pro-
ject. Shown at a meeting are Drs. Ralph Kirsch, Louis Lytton, Stanley Frehling, S. Charles
Werblow, Milton Goldman, Leonard Weil, William Bernstein and Harold Rand.
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Jmis*tk**aw
FRIDAY.
MAY
20,
A'i'.s Cr.il Isgen
Miss Rogan Will
Marry This Summer
Alpha Epsilon Phi sororit)
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity have an-
other merger.
Mr. and Mn Max Bogaa, 150
S th Shore Ifockville Center. New
k.wnnounce thr en::.-ii:amqnt of
ir daughter. Gail, to James Man-
g Rone- Mr Rune- is the
Oi Dr. and Mr- Mas Rones, High
} -it. N.C
rhe bride-elert graduated tnm
- th Side High School in Rock-
\. e LVnter and attended the I'ni-
-lty of Vermont At pre-ent.
1- a Itttdenl at the l'niver-:->
< I Miami.
The bridegroom i- a graduate of
H -h Point High School, attended
I kc l"niver.-ity and the I'niver-
of North Carolina He wa- a
t in the Air Force during
V, rid War II and is at pre-ent
naging an optical bu-ines- in
Ni Orleans
After their -ummcr wedding, the
pie will make their home in
s Point. N.C.
Muldavin, Fcldan
Betrothal Revealed
Mrs. Mary Muldavin. of New
York City, announce- the engage-
ment of her daughter. Sari Lvnne.
to Lt. Albert Feldan. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Feldan. 1444 S\V
17th ter.. Miami
Sari Lynne is also the daughter
of the late Lester Muldavin.
The newly engaged couple met
on campus while attending Ohio
State University. Sari Lynne re-
ceived her BBS degree in Com-
merce from Ohio State in June.
1934. She was a member of the Phi
Sigma Sigma sorority, president of
the retailing club and wa- selected ,
"Miss Disc Jockey ."
She is now associated with Kir-
by Block, of New York City.
Lt Feldan graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and receiv-
ed hi- BBS from Ohio State in
June. 1954 He is a member of Tau
Ep-ilon Phi school fraternity and
was also named to Phi Eta Sigma.'
fre-hman honorary. Beta Gamma
Sigma, business honorary, and the
sphinx club, senior men's honor-
ary
He wa* president of his class
during his fre-hman year, was
chairman of "Greek Week" during
his senior year and wa- -elected to
serve as a member of the Ohio
Stators. Inc. At present, he is
serving with the Armed Force-.
No definite plans have been
made for the wedding as Lt Feldan
1- -lated to serve a tour of duty in
the Far East. .
i-^iss Terry Schildkraut and
Herbert Werman will be mar-
i.'ed May 25 at the Jewish
last Rockaway Community
Center, Long Island. N.Y. The
Lridegrocm-elect is the son of
Mr. Abraham Werman, 3555
Flamingo dr., Miami Beach,
.ho is going North to attend
3m wedding.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr- Alfred H. Predinger is
spending two months in Buffalo.
NY., as guest of her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr and Mrs Jerome
Rosokoff.
to -to -to
On May 29. Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb.
of 910 Michigan ave. are leaving
for Memphis. Tenn.. to visit their
son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Leb. and their
grandchildren. Stephen and Mich
ael. They will then motor to St.
Louis, where they will attend the
graduation of their son. Herbert,
from St. Louis University school
of medicine on June 7. He will
intern at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kahn. togeth-
er with their sister. Mrs. Diana
Sharoff. are leaving for California
to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their
grandson. Barry Beiderman.
to -to -to
Mrs. Samuel S, Siker. 1634 Biar-
ritz dr.. left this week to visit her
son in law and daughter. Rabbi and
j Mrs. Henry' O. Bernstein, and new
j grandson, Joel, born Apr. 25 at
I New London. Conn. Mrs. Bern-
, stein is the former Dr. Estelle Stk-
jer, noted pediatrician. Unable to
'make the trip. Dr. Siker remained
in Miami Beach The Siker- have
jone other grandchild, who is the
\ daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ephraim
'S. Siker, Pittsburgh. Pa,
LVC

_!-------
Shown after the recent Mother's Day services ct Temple Beth Sholom are (left to right) Mn
Irving B. Kaplan, president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Honor Mother of 1953. greeting Mn
Bsnjamin Mcndell. a 1955 Outstanding Mother; Mrs. Barry Cameron, Honor Mother of 1955. i
and Mrs. Maurice B. Shein, another Outstand Lng Mother. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual lead,
er. looks on.

tiene Ttuoj
Sheldon Leonard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Bergman,
will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El on
Saturday, May 21. during the
9 a.m. service. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. The
celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Normandy School
and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONSAt the installation of officers
c: Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs. Abe Swartz
v as welcomed into office as president, and Mrs. Max Davis
v. as honored for bringing 51 new members into the group,
before she was installed. Pictured are Mrs. Davis, vice presi-
dent and co-chairman of the day; Mn. Swartz, Mrs. Helen
Sanders, retiring president, and Mrs. Ben Lebow, co-chairman.
lta retell
Douqlas Edward Beckman.
son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Beckmcn, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center on Sat-
urday. May 21. Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop will officiate. Doug-
las hen been a student for
three yaars at the Coral
.Gables Center religious
fchool and is a seventh
grade student in Shenandoah
Junior High. Among out-of-
town guests will be his great
aunt, Mrs. Anne Aginsky,
wile of the late well known
scholar Jacob Aginsky. of the
Bronx.
Di LMo
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Mandel. will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday, May 21. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Marvin is a seventh' grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High School and attends the
religious school of Temple
Emanu-El.
Herskowitz Bur
Mitzvah Saturday
Allan Herskowitz will become
j Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services. May 21. of Congrega-
tion Beth El. Rabbi Shmaryahu
i Swirsky will officiate.
Allan. Son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry
Herskowitz. 2120 SW 11th -t.. Mi-
ami, is a seventh grade student in
Shenandoah Junior High School
and has attended Beth El religious
school for the past five years.
A reception honoring the Bar
Mitzvah will be held in the Algiers
I hotel Saturday morning. Among
guests attending will be Allan's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Neumann. Bronx. NY., and Mr.
and Mrs. Prank Neumann and
daughters, of Philadelphia, Pa., his
; uncle and aunt.
Bund
far! 0. StiUk
Earl Sedlik Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Earl David Sedlik son of Mr ail
Mrs. Nathan Sedlik 221 Sw flo
ave Miami, will become Bar Mh>|
vah during Saturday morning sa]
ices. May 21. of Hauler Graniij
Jewish Communit> (enter tat
Leo Heim will officiate
A reception in honor of the Bar 1
Mitzvah will follow Saturday after-1
noon at his home Among ouMf-l
!town guests will be Mrs. Must
I Winter, Earl's great aunt, and Mb. I
Ida Weisberg. of Nea York Otr.l
and Mr. and Mrs El Fine. Brmtf
lyn.
Earl is president of his grade at Kinloch Park Junior Hijkj
School and has attended relijaaj
school at Flagler Granada forth*]
years.
Howard Soltz Birth
Mr. and Mrs Gerald P. Soltz an
nounce the birth of their son. How-
ard Scott, Apr. 18.
Schemer BarMiM
Steven Schemer will becomeM
Mitzvah Saturday morning. *U"
at Beth David Synagogue. Can
Rabbi Henry B. Werruek will *
ciate. The son of Mr and MnJu*
rice Schemer, Stev< n is a *
grade student at K:nlochftnW
lor High School and ha> *
tending Beth Dawd reltf*
school for the past lour >ea
Bever Bar Mitzvah
Mark Beyer will become Bjj
Mitzvah during llincha -en**
Beth David Synagogue SaturdU*
temoon. May 21 Mara ^1
enth grade student at Shenamn-j
Junior High School : 1
tended Beth David religious sc*"'
for the past three years.
Howard Vogel Horn
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Vogel.*
NW 23rd ae.. announce the
of their son. Howard Jay,, *
at Doctors Hospital 0*f^
his brother, Stephen tra
months old. Grandparent
and Mrs. Morris Shulman
2nd ave.. and Mr Lou> Vof
SW 29th st.
1230*j


I1DAY. MAY 20,J9S5_
Ixford School
Accredited by
ttate of Florida
)epartment of Education of the
gtc of Florida has officially in-
rmed Oxford School, Miami
(arh. that it has been fully jk-
Pditrd as an educational institu-
\n. Oxford thus becomes the on-
private school in Miami Beach
|ving full educational status and
cognition by the State Depart-
[mi of Education. Abraham M.
sel. director and founder of Ox-
^d. pointed out this week.
;'a.sel said that many education
"lir-ts" have been achieved by
school during the past several
onths. "Since its birth in Sep-
nber. 1954, Oxford has gained
lionwide acclaim for its unique
lucational philosophy. In Janu-
only after three months of
jstence, the Department of Jus-
te of the U.S. approved Oxford
fhool as an educational institu-
te, having official power to ac-
j| foreign students from any
inlry in the world to study at
Kford. This recognition having
Ime eo quickly to the school, is
Insidered a great educational
(at.
'Now. with the accreditation
nm the State Department of Edu-
tion. Oxford has shattered all
rords in achieving concrete fame
progress for its work."
| Hoys and girls attending Oxford
ther in the pre-schol, elemen-
Iry or high school department
(ill now receive full recognition
schools in every part of the
Luntry and locally.
Oxford School occupies three
hd one-half acres of bayfront
Impus. It has four buildings and
kery type of physical facility for
to health and welfare of its stu-
ents. It has both a day and resi-
ent school for boys and girls, and
grades run from pre-school
trough elementary, high school
nd college preparation. Oxford
a large regulation swimming
Dol. fishing docks, boats, athletic
-Li- and other facilities for
gaining students in the manual
rt< and crafts. For the summer
Months, Oxford conducts a full
limping program for boys and
Iris in both day and resident de-
art ments.
For those students and campers
no wish to strengthen their edu-
ahonal work during the summer,
storing is available in every
rhool subject, Cassel revealed.
^M*n?g*?!ML
PAGE 7 A
Women Voters' Program
To be Explained at Meet
Program of the League of Wom-
en Voters of Miami Beach will be
explained in words and music to
new and old members and their
friends who attend the coffee
scheduled as a general meeting
on Friday morning, May 27, at the
home of Mrs. Sherman Kaplan,
4444 Pimtree dr.
Party arrangements are being
made by Mrs. Leonard Heller, ori-
entation chairman. The skit was
written by Mrs. Maurice Serotta,
and its choral numbers will be ac-
companied by Mrs. Ernest Berger.
Skit participants and hostesses
for the day include the Mesdames
John Tronelone, D. Donald Smith,
Donald Rubin, Norman Babel. Ed-
win Karson, Lillian Mandel, Joseph
Myles Cypen Born
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen an-
nounces birth of their son, Myles
Gary, at Mount Sinai Hospital May
4. Myles joins Stephen Hale, 11
Bonnie Gaye, 7; Wayne Alan, 4
and Tad-Richard, 2M:. Grandpar
ents are Mr. Max Cypen, Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen,
Tucson, Ariz.
Mark-Grain Horn
Mr. and airs. Jerome Rosokoff,
of Buffalo, N.Y., are the parents
of a baby boy, Mark Crain, born
May 5. Mrs. Rosokoff is the former
Diane Predinger, daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425
SW 5th si., Miami.
J. Schneider, Harold Gardner, Hal
T. Meyers, Ben Lond and Julius
Saperstein.
Sam Halperin, South Florida chairman for the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America and vice president of Temple
Emanu-El, goes over success of last week's interfaith seminar
at North Shore Jewish Center with (lefi to right) the Rev. John
Lawrence Yenches, minister of the Church-By-The-Sea; Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of North Shore; and Ezra
Finegold, president of the host congregation. ___________
ireenbaum Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
tie memory of the late Becky
reenbaum, formerly of 820 Mer-
lian ave., will take place Sunday,
lay 22. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
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iciating. Mrs. Greenbaum is sur-
ived by a daughter, Ray Green,
^nd two sons, Irving, of Miami, and
at, of Brooklyn; also five grand-
hildren and six great grandchil-
ren. Arrangements are in charge
f Thurmond Monument Company;
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Tamara Women's
Installation Due
Alfred Stone, reeleeted
pre- -lent of Tamara Mizrachi. will
be Stalled at a luncheon and gar-
den party on Tuesday noon. May
124. at the Blackstone hotel
rider Gross, princi-
pal P the Hebrew Academy, will
be guest speaker and installing
officer
Id charge of arrangements are
Mrs Israel Yulish. chairman. Mr-
y Farher. co-chairman, and
the Mesdames Sidney Marguhes.
Sternstnin. Sam Herman and
Morris Dubler
her officers to be installed are
vice presidents, the Mesdames
Max Frank. Israel Yuli-h. Alexan-
der Gross. Charles Turk: treasur-
er. Mr- Irving Levy; financial sec-
retary. Mrs Sidney Marguhes. so-
cial secretary. Mrs Irving Shalom;
recording secretarv Mr- Mai
iistein: corresponding secre-
tary. Mrs. ttdore Spolter
i to be installed are the fol-
ng committee chairmen: mem-
hip. Mrs Israel Yulish and
Mr- Sam Herman: child restora-
Mr- Max Frank. due- Man
>d; journal committee. Betty
-: with Rhoda Margulies a-, co-
rman: political. Helen Green-
boUetin, Mrs. Charles Turk:
phone squad. Till"1 Dubler: edu-
00 and vocational. Minna Bar-
ice. Ida Poru-h.
:-h National Fund. Sadie
rar. Esther Pol
Vitality. Betty Levitt; dime
banks. Fannie Liebman: program,
e; Gross; arrangements. Yera
Turk; refreshment-. Yona Stern-
Bes.su Gotsfeld boxes, F.dna
- public- ". Daw- with
Hellman as co-chairman.
he luncheon will
he distribution of the annual
Tuil. whit piled under
the chairmanship of Mrs
Pi..... eh is the main fund rai
u> of-tlx towards the
lopment of a Drogram of so-
cial services, in which young and
:ike receiw not only relief as-
sistance, but educational and cul-
*ur; I opportunities designed to
help newcomers become produc-
I itizens of their new land
1-rael
+JmM< HcrkMan
AJCongress Will tnttall
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen;
Prof. Clarke to be Heard
^AY^MAY^J
of American Jewi-h
ress on Tue-<].i\ noon at the Co-
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen will be
installed president of the Miami
chapter
(.i
: mbus hotel.
Installing officer will be Judge,
loiifdon. <.uest speaker jstff;
' be Mrs Charl* s Feinberg. national'
vice president of the AJCongre-
Women's Division
Other officers to be installed in
elude the Mesdames Joseph Fine, !
honorary president; Joseph \\
man. Louis Haffner and David
Brodsky. vice presidents: Alfred
1 Rubenstein. treasurer; Edward
Goldstein, financial secretary.
The Mesdames Lyda Friedberg.
recording secretary: A. I. Saltzman.
corresponding secretary; Gisella
I New lander, corresponding secre-
tary': and Abe Katz. social secre-
tary Chairman of the installation
luncheon is Mrs Saltman.
Musical renditions will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Leah Levin, ac-
companied by Mr- Estelle Hober-
' man. Prof. Edward B. Clarke, of
the I'niversity of Miami, will re-
Mew the book, "Form Divine," by
1 Hildegarde Daw son.
Berke Unveiling
The dedication o|
to the memory of ,h, ,n,*V
Berke. formerly ^J^.S
J. will take puee^ S
22. 12.30 pm. at the nL?M
Lodge. Knights o| i-vlhla""**M
Mt Sinai Memorial (4*7 P,ot
with Rabbi Alfred Wm*-
Berke s survived b>^r.'
He was a veteran of Wari
II. a member of Harvey sIm ^
American Legion and thT|2J
Lodge of the Knight, [%>
Arrangements are In ch*?*1
Palmer's Miam, M.-nunS'1^
pany. Friends and rela,!/*
asked to be present ** *
Levine Unveiling
The dedication of a
roonunwt
Working on final arrangements for installation dinner and
garden *,ea party of Tamara Mizrachi on Tuesday noon. May Picnic Slated Sunday
24, at the Blackstone hotel aje (seated, left to right) Mrs. Sidney
Margulies and Mrs. Morris Dubler. Lookinq on are (standing)
Mrs. Sam Herman and Mrs. Max Sternstein. Not in photo
ate Mrs. Israel Yulish and Mrs. Shirley Farber, co-chairmen
of arrangements committee.
Plans are being made by the Is-
raelite Center religious school for
a picnic at Matheson Hammock on
Sunday. May 29. Sam Fata*
chairman
to the memory ol the iate 2*
Levine will take place Sunday
22. 10 a.m.. at Mt Nebo (fc5f.
with Rabbi Max Shap.ro ofg
ing. Mrs. Levine i- sUrvive(]T
her husband. Hymic: one son kr.
thur: a daughter. Sandra her Z
ents, Mr. and Mrs Abe fasten ,
brother. Earl Casten; also twoik. !
ters residing in California
rangements are in charge of Da*
Monument Inc. Friends and rcn,
lives are asked to attend.
Final Meeting of Season
Kneseth Israel Sisterhood wffl
hold its final meeting of the scum
Tuesday evening, Ma> 24 Prognu
will feature Adenah Ruth Stadia I
and Sarah Gili in Israeli danca
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein will read
from the works of Sholem A*
chem.
North Shore Center P.T.A.
Will Install Officers
Installation luncheon of the Par-
Teacher Association of the
North Shore Jewish (enter took
place at the Johnina hotel on Tues-
day noon.
Honored guests were Rabbi and
Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor
and Mrs. Edward Klein and Mr.
and Mrs. -Abraham Gittelson.
Officers installed by Rabbi
V ramowitz. spiritual leader of the
Center, are president, Mrs Louis
Mendelsohn: vice presidents. Mr-
Philip Jacoby. M r I. Samuel B
: Iman. Mrs Franklin Nankin
and Mrs. Leon A Rapee; recording
secretary. Mrs. Robert S. Block:
ponding secretary. Mrs. Era
Fl -enthal: financial secretary.
Daniel Wagner: treasurer.
Mr-. Ray Morse; and hospitality,
Mr- Jack Saifman and Mrs Abe
and
Mendelssohn Oratorio Slated
The oratorio "Elijah.'' by Felix
idelsaote, will be presented by
the University of Miami Choru-
ired Smith, conductor, at Beau-
mont Hall on Monday evening. May
23
Soloists for thi- performances
will be Joyce Albrecht and Rose-
marie Kascher. soprano: Patsy
Mt ton. contralto: Fred Cushman,
tenors, and George Gibson, bari-
tone. Accompanists will be Betty
Ha-eltine. pianist, and Joan Corn-
berg, organist.
Miss Sandra Boisol
June Graduate Wins
Two-Year Scholarship
Sandra Helen Bossack has won
a two year scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami in the Miami Civ-
! itan Club's 29th annual essay con-
test Sandra is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Samuel R. Bossak. 3894
NW 2nd ter
Subject of this \e,,r e.-ay con-
test was "The Privileges and Du-
ties of a Citizen "
Sandra, a June graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School, plans to
, major in the school of education.
(She is past senior director of An-
tchor. international girls service
club. She is also a member of Tri-
i Alpha, scholarship honorary so-
ciety
Sandra is curre.irly vice presi-
dent of Temple Israel Youth
Group.
Genera/ Membership Meeting
Next general membership meet-
ing of the Young Adult Group of
Temple Emanu-El will take place
in the social hall on Wednesday
evening.
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PAGE 9 h
yers Reelected President Of Federation, Friedland Named Board Chairman


Continued from Pag* 1
Doinled Myers as a member of
Enemy Alien Hearing Board,
iithcrn District of Florida. He
L also chairman of the Sub-Com-
(tii'c of the Disaster Relief unit.
i 1949. he received a "Man of the
^ar" citation by Phi Epsilon Pi
recognition of the finest con-
Ibution to the essential Jewish
of America."
(Myers was campaign chairman
"the Combined Jewish Appeal in
43 and again in 1947. He served
president of the Greater MiajTii
Iwish Community Center, presi-
Int of Beth David Congregation
Id was general chairman of the
tcater Miami Council of Social
gencies. For 17 years, from 1938
1955, he has been a member of
federation's board of governors
Id has served on the boards of
any important civic, religious,
lid welfare agencies affecting the
elfare of the Greater Miami corn-
unity.
| A panel presentation including a
oup of "questioners" and "ex-
ferts" formed the basis for My-
s' report to the community.
luestioners" included Mrs. Ber-
ard Stevens, Mrs. Robert Lewis,
larles Goldstein and Dr. Melvin
ecker. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein was
feogram chairman. Answering
iiestions regarding the future of
be Jewish community and Federa-
lon's role in guiding and planning
Is growth were Irving Cypen,
Diaries Gottlieb, Leon Kaplan.
Irs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Stanley
f. Myers. John Serbin, Judge Har
\l Spaet and Leonard Wien.
Spaet described Federation's
le in planning with the Jewish
ome for the Aged, and Leon
Kaplan discussed a similar pro-
Irani in connection with the Jew-
kh Centers. Mrs. Myers pointed
Ip the importance of coordinated
Manning between Federation, the
Jewish Family Service and the
>ay Centers.
Wien explained the importance
If a central Federation in plan
kins long range programs in the
kealth field. Gottlieb told of stu-
iies undertaken by Federation in
|l: field of Jewish education and
nters, and Mrs. Myers described
Die current study being conducted
In the field of Jewish child care
lervice.
John Serbin, a CJA vice chair-
man, answered the question con-
cerning campaign costs, indicating
Kanner
Kane
Heiman
Thurman
that approximately 8 percent is re-
quired effectively to run the CJA
drive.
Cypen discussed Federation's
double role as central fund raising
agency and major community plan-
ning unit.
The general phases of commu-
nity life in which Federation is in-
terested received consideration
next. Among these were Kashruth
problem, broad community prob-
lems, the problem of multiple cam-
paigns, and the responsibility of
Federation assuming leadership to
point up urgent needs.
The final question pin-pointed
some of the outstanding Jewish
community problems in which it
was felt, Federation would be ex-
pected to assume a leading role.
These included:
1. The field of the chronically ill.
2. Jewish education study.
3. The problem of outlying com-
munities.
4. Community Chest-Federation
relationship.
5. Developing leadership through
the various JewrSh organizations.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, program
chairman, spoke about the close
tie of the Jewish community
through Federation, with the vast
network of human aid represented
by the United Jewish Appeal. My-
ers acted as moderator in the dis-
cussion, and his summation of the
discussion became the president's
report to the community.
Saluting the forward progress of
Jewish institutions in Greater Mi-
ami, he said, "The character of our
Jewish community has been re-
flected in a variety of ways during
the past 17 years. It is exemplified
in the religious spirit which per-
vades it, in the organizational ac-
tivities of its Jewish groups and in
the extent and quality of its wel-
fare, and cultural services.
"It is through the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation that we mani-
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fest our interest in all phases of
Jewish living which make for a
constructive and wholesome Jew-
ish community. Our annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, sponsored by
Federation, is the tool used by our
community to help support many
noble national and overseas causes,
and to attest our continuing inter-
est in Israel.
"We have also, in addition to
our responsibility to national and
overseas needs, a direct and com-
plete responsibility for our local
Jewish agencies. It is not sufficient
that we raise money for these local
services Mount Sinai Hospital,
the Jewish Family Service, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, the Cen-
ters, Bureau of Jewish Education,
or the National Council of Jewish
Women. We must also concern our-
selves with the programs of these
agencies and how they fit into the
general community picture."
He traced the phenomental
growth of the Jewish community
and the parallel expansion of local
institutions which service the Jew-
ish family in South Florida. He
commended the more than 60 or-
ganizations which are member ag-
encies of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation family for their
unified action in support of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Myers
also drew a sharp comparison be-
tween the Jewish community in
1938 with its 4.000 Jewish families
and the present community num-
bering more than 65.000 persons.
He compared the list of 1,100 con-
tributors to Jewish causes 17 years
ago with the present day roster of
nearly 10,000 contributors to the
Combined Jewish Appeal, serving
55 agencies. The goal in 1938 was
$65,150, compared with the $1,-
350.000 goal established in the
1955 drive.
"These are the highlights in the
activities of our social service ag-
encies during the course of the
year, which are helping to shape
the spirit and life of our Jewish
community," he said. "Our.s is still
a young and growing community.
As in the ease of all growing
youngsters, we must continue to
watch and nurture the cultural,
health, welfare and recreational
services. of our Jewish commu-
nity, which are so essential to a
balanced and wholesome society,
along with our religious institu-
tions and organizational work. This
will continue to be the task of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion."
Reporting results of the 1955
Combined Jewish Appeal drive,
chairman Sam J. Heiman an-
nounced that $1,256,000 had been
raised, surpassing campaign totals
of the last two years. Nearly 9,500
persons participated in the drive
to set an all-time record, according
to Heiman. It is expected that a
good number of pledges may still
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Heiman was the recipient of a
special citation from the United
Jewish Appeal. The parchment
scroll, hand-inscribed and illumin-
ated in gold, bore the signatures
of William Rosenwald, United Jew-
ish Appeal general chairman, and
Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice
chairman.
Special awards were also issued
to division and unit chairman and
area leaders who were responsible
for directing the record-smashing
fund drive.
Singled out for a special cita-
tion was Gus Trau, 80-year-old civic
worker and community.leader who
has devoted many years to the
Combined Jewish Appeal in the
Winter Residents Division.
Participating in the program
were Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
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Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, who gave
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*-3mlstfhrk0i%r
Son Travels in Father's
Dental Footsteps'
Eugene Rosenthal. son of Dr. and i
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. was re-'
cently elected to membership in
the Mathew H. Cryer Society ofa
Oral Surgery, undergraduate hon-
or society at the University of
Pennsylvania School of Denti--try.
where young Rosenthal is now
completing his Junior >ear.
The Cryer award is bestowed
upon the ten students achieving
the highest scholastic standings i
through the mid-terms of the jun
ior year. Prior to receiving this
honor, he had also received the
Alpha Omega award, which is
en to the outstanding student at ;
the completion of the sophomore '
year.
Dr. Rosenthal. who is currentlv
serving as president of the Honda
Ea>t Coa^t Dental Society, had re-
ceived the same Cryer award at
the same school o\er 30 yeai
Spring Dance Sunday
spring dance of the N
Shore Chapter of B nai B nth
Women will take place Sunday eve-
ning J at the Nautilus ho-
ning. May 22. a* the Nautilus bo-
sk) and Mr- lUHoo Shaw Ticket
chairman i- Mrs GcraM 1
bein
I Wien Campaign
Steps Up Sharply
On Miami Beach
With a community service rec
ord that has seen him take leader-
ship in many major medical, reli-
' gious and civic charities. Leonard
A. Wien. Miami Beach bu man for the last 20 years, is cur-
j rently stepping up his activities in
I the current Miami Beach city coun-
; cil campaign.
j The 45-year old candidate has
j opened four area headquarters cov-
ering the South Shore, North
[Shore. 41st sf and Lincoln rd. ar-
jeas of the city. The headquarter
i addresses are 1631 Michigan ave.,
423 Washington ave, 424 41st
st. and 623 71st st.
At present, Wien is treasurer of
Mount Sinai Hospital and a trustee
of the hospital. He served as chair-
man of the Mount Sinai Jubilee af-
fairs from 1951 to 1954 and was
chairman of the Joint Federation
and Mount Sinai Hospital commit-
tee From 1952 through 1954. Wien
was president of the Cancer Insti-
tute.
Presently, he is the donor of the
j Leonard ttu. ^
outstanding **,>.**
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Beach Taxpayer, J?.
Last year. VkTS%
"f the Community ch 9
Miami Beach. UVnisTi^j
a pioneer Miami fc**
which came here in \gr
In 1932. Wien rri.km ,
Dade SSLrk >TuS
which he operated iwjL
Through .he fR-uing ; gl
engaged in a variety of JS
enterprise- He r.uw own.Hutfl
coin-Meridian bldg. and the ]
Airways hotel He also on
his own nvestmenl hii-ines*
Lincoln rd
Sports and pointing in oils
Wien his mail sown ol
tion.
Bakers Chocolate
For Shevuofh
Yea, for the wonderful Shevuoth
holiday, thrill your children w.th
the wonderful Baker's chocolate-
products that are so good and I
and that children love so uell
What could be more delicious, for
example, than Baker^ Instant
coa with ice cold milk* Now that
the summer is coming, you can
serve no better thirst quenching
drink
And this is only one out of many
delectable chocolate products pro-
duced by the Walter Baker Com-
pany Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, i
hot or cold, is another deliciou
drink which i* H tasty as it is nu-
tritious. Or take, for example.
Baker's semi sweet chocolate chips
Why. they melt in your mouth and
are delicious in chocolate chip
cookies.
A fourth Walter Baker product
l- Chocolate Premium No 1. which
is used for fronting cakes and cook-
lea and which will make your cakes
and cookies taste out of this world.
Walter Baker chocolate Pro-
ducts are all kosher and produced
under strict Rabbinical supervi-
sion. They acquired long ago a
name for themselves for their qual-
ity and nutritious value And for
>our Shevuoth holiday, for other
holidays, for the Sabbath, or for
just any day in the week you can
not serve your children any more
arraaaptiotu drinka or goodies
And. by the way, adult- lava th-m
a> well a- children And why not?
They taste Just as good t i every-
body.
Therefore, before you I
place Walter Bakers chocolate
Products on your Shevuoth shop-
ping list And .! >.,u haven't had
the pleasure yet ol tasting thorn, a
great treat au. ST.
Noted community leader Leonard Abess (left) presents Leon-
ard Wien with a plaque which cites Wien for his recent suc-
cessful leadership of the Miami Beech campaign in behalf
of the Dace County Community Chest.
Local Leaders
Speak for Hall
Charles F (Chuck) Hall, candi-
date for City Council of Miami
Beach, set a new mark for rally
crowds Saturday night at Copa
( it> when 2.000 people jammed the
night club to hear him. with an
estimated crowd of 300 to 400 turn-
ed away." his supporters reveal.
Abe Shugerman. Associate Pro-
fessor of Law at the I'nivervity of
Miami, presided. Arnold Levy, Lin
coin rd merchant, said "in my 31
years" residence here I have nev-
er before openly supported any-
one for councilman, but I am sup
porting Hall because of his busi-
ness capa!taliUea cad unbiased
thinking."
Mr- Evelyn Raoud. chairman of
Hall's women's division. Dr Lojis
radio cocaeatator, ;.nd
Mrs Jane Fisher were amcr.g
speakers for Hall.
Speaking last. Hall advocated
transformation of the South Shore
area as an economic benefit to the
en'ire city, a deep sea harbor at
Sooth Shore to serve large cruise
-hip-, improvement of present
eaoaavayi before new ones are
built, year -round promotion of the
apartment industry, a low cost nur
sen plan for the care of children
of employed mothers, better and
more attention given to our ju
e programs
Rafkind New Master
Of Miracle Lodge
Miracle Lodge 321 F&AM. which
received its charter from the Most
Worshipful Grand Lodge of Flor-
ida at its last Grand Lodge session
held in Jacksonville, was conse-
crated and its officers installed on
Wednesday evening at the Coco-
nut Grove Lodge rooms. 2375 Mc-
Farland rd.
Elected officers who were in-
stalled are William Rafkind. Wor-
shipful Master; Norman L. Green-
berg. Senior Warden: Jacques
Fink. Junior Warden; Mervyn L.
Ames, secretary; and David Pull-
man. treasurer.
Most Worshipful Frank A.
j Brown. Past Grand Master of Ma-
sons for the State of Florida,
acted as personal representative of
Most Worshipful Grand Master
R q T. Lord, of Jacksonville, and
was m charge of the ceremony.
He was assisted by Right Worship-
I ful William Christian. Deputy
Dd Master of th? 29th District.
and other elected and appointed
Grand Lodge officer-
\('<>r-hipful Master U, D Sig-
Brand Eisenberg welcomed the
Grand Lodge Officers and their
representatives
Miracle Lodge is ,h.> nly lodge
to be consecrated in the State of
Florida this pa.-t jear
Representatives and officer- of
all the 33 Blue Lodges in Dade and
Brouard Counties, comprising I>,-
tncts 27 -8 and 29. were present
i for this consecrut.
BETTER WAYS OP CETTINC MONET
The Installment Loan Department of this
conveniently located downtown bank wel-
comes loan applications from those who
require money for any legitimate purpose.
PAN AMERICAN BANK
OF MIAMI, FLORIDA
Il(l FIDIRAL tlSIIVf 5YS1I*
FIDIIAL DlrOilt INSUIANCI COtP
S.I. Hi Si. at 3rd An. %-- FWONf 3 ""
MIS 0 I I I IZII SllVICf
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JAY. MAY 20, 1955
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ichael Sossin to be Installed;
Award Ceremony for Aronovitz
ichael Sossin, automobile deal-1 shon S. Miller, monitor; Abe
fciU head the slate of officers J Swartz, assistant monitor; Daniel
installed at the 10th annual M. Brqad... warden; Sol S. Qold-
allation banquet ,,pf Miami strum, guardian; aod trustees, .lack
August, Paul Seiderman, Harold
.Turk, William Agranove, William
. Bornstein. Sam A. Goldstein, Mey-
er Teigman, Abe Frankel and Aar-
on Newman.
ch Lodge,
[al B'rilh.
|day evening,
22. at the
ino hotel.
past director
[the National
iference of
.stians and
Is and a mem-
of B' n a i
th for over
lyears, Sossin
be the tenth
feident to be
financial secretary; MyTtle Pori-
cher, treasurer; Mollie Kohhober,
case chairman; and Zena Goluskin,
Bertha Schainberg and Rose Car-
rie, trustees.
Chairman is Mrs. Anne Metz.
Mrs. Sylvia Gulkis Is co-chairman.
Sossin
installed
by
ii Beach Lodge, which was
ded in 1946. He succeeds Ger-
S. Miller, Miami Beach at-
ey-
^iami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will
principal speaker. A highlight
|he banquet will be a presenta-
i to Mayor Aronovitz of the first
lual award of the Florida re-
jial office of the Anti-Defama-
l.ramie of B'nai B'rith "for
[outstanding statesmanship and
Pership" as a public official.
lie award will be made by
Irge J. Talianoff, chairman of
I advisory board of the Florida
lonal office.
on. Milton A. Friedman. Judge
pie Municipal Court of the City
liami. will install newly elected
cers of the Lodge. Entertain-
kt will be provided by the Del-
hotel orchestra. Miss Susan
anoff, talented young soprano,
sing.
anquet committee consists of
|anoff, chairman, Jack August,
M. Fink, Jack J. Gold, Allen
Bberg, Al Hellman, Gilbert J.
kin, Barnett Beckerman, Joseph
Kogos, Walter C. Kovner,
fcrge Kronengold, Gershon S.
|er, Godfrey K. Newman, Bur-
Roth, Lrving Schatzman.
had Sossin, Paul Seiderman
Harry Zukernick.
Ither officers to be installed are
en Goldberg, Alvin Hellman,
rge Kronengold and Irving
latzman, vice presidents; Harry
|ton Lazer, recording secretary;
eph A. Kogos, treasurer; Jack
link, financial secretary; Ger-
ustria Advised
lettle Claims1
Continued from P9 1 A
hi of concluding a satisfactory
kement during the negotiations
ch are going on in Vienna be-
len the Austrian Government
the Jewish organizations."
It was revealed by Mr. Morion
It a copy of the letter from the
fcerican Association of Former
ptrian Jurists is being transmit-
to the American embassy in
tuna for its information. How-
\r. ho pointed out that with re-
Id to the proposal made in the
ler, to insert in the State Treaty
jlause forbidding any repeal or
huge of indemnification laws
In Austria assumes full inde-
n could be achieved, even if it
Ire proper and necessary, in view
[the speed at which the treaty
fcotiationa have been progress-
In any event, you may be as-
red that the Department and
American Embassy will con-
|i" to follow with closest atten-
fi and sympathy the problem of
lust settlement of the compensa-
ln claims of victims of Nazi ac-
Jn," Mr. Morton added.
[in remarks on trie Senate floor.
In. Lehman told the Senate "the
lure to arrive at a satisfactory
Button of this problem in Austria
"comes particularly significant,
the light of the negotiations for
Austrian State Treaty which are
out to begin." He said he was
pleased" that the State Depart-
ment agreed with him as to "the
n-sdom of concluding a satisfac-
Jry agreement." He added that "in
lermany, the reparation problem
jas been handled with some con-
Ideration for the equities involv-
d, although much remains to be
.one. In Austria, however, I am
kd to state, such has not been the
Gertler Suggests Getting
Police 'Back on Streets'
Over 250 residents of the Nor-
mandy Isle area attended a barbe
cue in honor of Judge Charles
Gertler last weekend at 193 North
Shore dr.
Judge Gertler, candidate for the
City Council of Miami Beach, drew
applause when he stated that one
of the main points of his platform
was: "putting the policeman back
on the street.
"We who live on Normandy Isle
know that the past season has
seen numerous robberies, mug-
gings and other violations upon the
people of this area. With police-
men walking the beat, I am sure
that much of this will stop," the
Judge said.
Judge Gertler also advocated
one-way traffic for Normandy Isle.
SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32
WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY
between 25 35. Write Mr. I., Box
2973, Miami 18.
LEGAL NOTICE-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fietitlous name of
DIXIE QUEEN, it t 18380 W. Dixie
Highway, N. AJi;t!iu. int.n
t.i- Midi iuiiii "a ith ihe '
ciieull iSl SfeBkidc Co
Jt rilll.i:
. IIIKI' Mill!'
i Attorncs's for Applicants
1782 W Flagler St.
.".. JO-it fi/S-lo
LEGAL NOTICE
For Rent1 -Bedroom Apt.
with jalousied porch, knotty pine
walk, near transportation, high
school, auditorium, (hopping. Duplex
side-by-side. Adults. 2995 S.W. 2nd
Street.
CASH AND CARRY 20% DISCOUNT
FREE SUMMER STORAGE in New
Modern Fireproof Building
MAGIKIST RUG CCEANERS
3601 N.E. 46th St., Miami
Ph. 64-7541 or 64-8941
ALL RUGS INSURED
Miami Auxiliary Officers
To be Installed Sunday
Mrs. Rose Levey will be installed
president of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary of the Jewish Consump-
tives' Relief Society Sunday eve-
ning at the Wofford Beach hotel.
Mrs. Albert Hochberg, national
vice president, will be installing
officer.
Others to assume their posts in-
clude the Mesdames Leatrice Kel-
ler, first vice president; Henrietta
Schoenfeld, second vice president;
Dorothy Lieberman, recording sec-
retary; Freddie Offenhutter, corre-
sponding secretary.
The Mesdames Lillian Schwartz,
House of Pictures
Miami's Newest
Large Selection of Fine Prints Oils
Engravings Modern Traditional
Framed Unframed
Picture Framing Dry Mounting
6237 Biscoyne Blvd." Ph. 84-9812
Abbey Stove & Appliance Co.
1095 N.W. 23rd STREET
SPECIALIZING IN NEW AND
RECONDITIONED STOVES
All Makes Serviced and Repaired
Dial 65-2031
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the Undersigned, Qesll Ing to engage in
business under tin' fictitious name of
SOUTHERN FREIGHT l-KHWARD-
INi; COMPANY, at K80 N.W. -'"th
street. Intends to register Mid num.'
with the Clerk >>f the Circuit Court
of Dado County, Florida.
STANLEY Q, MILLER
.1/20-27 fi/3-10
TUESDAY NIGHT
At NORTH SHORE PARK, 501 72nd Street
May 24
At 8:00
. AND .
May 25
At 8:00
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
At STILLWATER PARK, 8440 Hawthorne
MEET and HEAR
Your Friend
Your Candidate
A Proven Leader
In Business
In Civic Affairs
In Religion
In Government
SAM
HALPERIN
PULL
LEVER
4
ON TUESDAY,
MAY 31
(Entertainment and Rofreshmentsjoo
On Tuesday and Wednesday Nights)
CITY GOVERNMENT IS YOUR BUSINESS
"Be Proud of Miami Beach"
-r.u Pel **
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 178976
ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff
vs.
F;. .1. GIBSON, al-o known as
FJLIZABETH .1. GIBSON,
it al. 1'. fi ndi'its
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
AND
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN Till". NAME i >!' THE
STATE iF" FLORIDA:
to: I-:. .1. GIBSON, also known as
ELIZABETH J. 0IB8ON, if
single, And if married, her nus-
liand whose name Is unknown,
:::;ii Northwest nsth Street,
Washington, l>.C.;
RICHMOND IIU'TII.l, GIBSON,
if single, and if married, MRS.
RICHMOND HART1LL QlBBON,
whose llveti name is unknown.
::.ili Northwest ISth Street,
Washington, l>. C: ..
cHAKI.KS VICTOR GIBSON, if
Ingle, and if married. Mils.
CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON,
whose given name Is unknown,
::;lll Northwest llth street.
Washington, i>. C:
SYLVIA MAE GIBSON, if single.
and if married, her husband
whose name is unknown, Mil
N.W. nth Street, Wa-hlngton.
I > i' I
ALVIN .1 iiAV and NADA ISA-
BEX GAT, his wife, :t:ill North-
weal l"th Sti.et, Washington,
Mr .'noAN J DAWBS and l.VI-A
MAZDA DAWES, his wife, Mil
Northwest ISth Street, Washing-
DOROTIIY VH M-A r.lBSON, If
Ingle, and if married, her hus-
hand Whose name is unknown,
:;:iii Northwest ISth street.
Washington, i> C; _.__. .,
PAULA HELEN GIBSON, if
single, and if married, her hus-
band whose name is unknown,
Mil Northwest 13th Street.
Washington, D. C.
All unknown liens, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
thu claiming by, through, under
or against the above named de-
defendants, not known to dead
And also all other and unknown
persons having or olalmlng '"
have any right, title or Interest
In the property which is the sub-
,. ct matter of this suit, said
property lying and being la Dade
County, norm, and more par-
tlcuhuly dew rlbe4 -1S fouowa,
SECOND SECTION, according to
the Plal thereof recorded In Plat
Hook is at Pace 5S of the i-uMlc
Records i I Bade County. CTprWa.
Vlll- xni. EACH OF +Ol arc
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOP-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. I7M57
II. P. ll. PBDERSON, Plaintiff,
vs.
AEON Krirr STElNBAf'H, el als,
-' I .IV-flaiil.-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOM
TO: ,\RoN Kl IM' STETNlfACH
sin*!*- msMi w ii,, jilso nrfaV i e
known h> KNOTT 8TEINBA
;i single man. and if man i
STEINBACH, his *
and if deceased, iiis Hell
ecutors, Legal Repreaental
and Administrators, Granti
. CredltorH, Personal Represi
'i\,-^. Aaslgneea and Trustees
other Parties claiming
through, under or against an;
the above named Defendants,
nil Parties having or clalmin
have any right, title or inteie-t.
in and to the property hen
above deaci ibed, Restdi n i
addresses unknown.
You are hereby notified thai i
hai peen filed in the abo^ e
Court for tne purpose of Qulel
to the land described as follows:
Lots :, and Kti. I :lo-k
CORAL TERRACE, SECTION
*1. AMENDED, ai i
Plal thereof, as n.....rded In '
Rook 11, at Page ',T. Public R -
ords of 11 ide 'ounts. Ploi
formerly described as l^ots So
11, of Block "B", or mia.mi i.it-
TLE FARMS, a subdlvlsloi
part of the South Half ol
South Half of Section 11, To
hip 5f souiii, Range m E
according to the rial thei
i erorded in I'lat Hook 7. Pagi
of the Public Records or p
Count}*, Florida,
and you are hereby required to file
your defense or pleadings to tl
with the Clerk of the Circuit i
setting up any right, title IntereSI
claim held bs you, and serve
thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys on
the 15th day of June, I "
otherwise said Complaint will he ts
.,- confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
das ol i inM 1953,
g, B. l.l" VTHERM \N
clerk ,,r the Circuit Couri
In and For Dajde
i 'ounts. Florida
By: JOAN COURNO
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN and
[ARTHUR n hf:cki:i.m.\n
\ ti ii i. v. for Plaintiff
l^.'.is w Plagler Street, Miami. Fl
1-27 6/3-10
-yU'i," AfNDU ORDERED Jtth.
Covfrthouae In i'..,i.. County, Florida,
tnll ,7 flay of iV^kATMl-HMAN
rierk o the ^JSUimSST
B) : WM. W. STut MM.
|le|,Uty
BEN ESSEN
Attornej lor l'lain Iff ..... .,., _.
mil Bevbold Building, Miami r-
4/29 '> *-Vi---n______
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33302-B
KIC: BRTA1 K "F
PAUL S GRUBN, !' reased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Si iTh'i: is hereby given that we
have riled our final report and i -
,, hinal Dlsi harge as co-admlnis-
ot the estate ol I ai '. s.
GRUEN, di i ased: and that on tne
20th da) ol June, IMS. will the Honorable Frank B. DOWL1MI,
County Judge of Dadi County, Fto -
idn, for approval of said final report
and for final dial lounis
trntora "f ''"' Batnte ol PAi L B.
GRUEN, di i eased
This 17th da: ol May, lj-
ill Et 'I RE HERMAN
KURT MENDEL
KURT WELLISCH .
Attorn.> for co-admlnlstrators
1414-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. .179537
ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff,
wn.i.iAM F. iiitillKs. JJefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM F, HUGHES,
1574 Beach Avenue,
Bronx, Sew York.
V.iC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint I'm- Divorce And
Other Relief la's been Hied against
vou, and vou are required to serve
n cops of vour Answer to the t out-
plaint For Divorce And Other Relief,
on the l-iHlntiffs attorneys, .O^NBT
A GF"NI-:t 4Z6 Lincoln Rinid, Miami
lies, Ii, Florida, and file the original
Answer In the office of the J l.-i-k of
the cir.-int court, on or before the
20t'h day of June, ls.'ir,. or a Decree
pro Coofesso will be entered against
IJATEP Miami, Florida, this 12th
da\- of Mas. I9M.
5 K II. I.KATHF.I-.MAN.
ci.-ik. Circuit court.
Hade County. F'lorlda
By: it. H. RlCB, JR
(Seal) I'l-iuitv Clerk
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Ha.
i/ao-n 6/s-io
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32422-B
RE: ESTATE OF
s \.\i .iai'Ksi IN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is bereb) given thai ^
have tiled our final report and p-n
for Final Discharge as Co-Bxecuti
..r the estate ol BAM JACK SON,
ceased; and that on the Wth <*
June, K&S, we will apply to the 1'
arable County Judges of Had.- t*o
F'lorlda, for approval of sai port anil for fmai discharge as C
I'M ,-uii lees of the F.'stale of SAM
JA< "KSt IN. del ease.I
This ISth day << May, IK5
ESTHER STRICKLE .
i.ii.i.if: stricklbr
Irwln f: Kotl ..r
MYERS, HBIMAN KAPLAN
Attorney for Co-Bxecutrlcet
I 3-It)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179557
JOHN GREGO, Plaintiff,
Vs.
ROSE GREGO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti : in ISE i; 1:1:1;. i
i la wtnorne Sti eel
Brooklyn, New Vork
You, Ri I8E I IREt Ji I, are hen by I
Ifled thai a BUI < Complaint
Divorce lias l.ei-n filed against you.
and you are re,pined to serve a -",'>'
..j* your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on til,- plall
Attorney GEORGE CHERTKOF,
iilynipia Building, Miami, 1- la I
file the oi Iginal Answer or Pli
In tii.....'flee of the Qlei i< of the I
cull Court on oi before the 21sl d
or Jim.-, la.".. II you rail to do >
Judgment by default will be iak-
against you for the relief demand
in the Itill of Complaint.
This notice shall in- publish) I oi
. i wi ek for four conaecutlt e
In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED al M
iliis ISth day of Ma). A.D.
I-: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I'ade County, Hot
Bs WM W STOCKING,
ii 'Ircull i "oui t Seal) I Wputs i
:, !'-:: I I 10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179503
.Mill.I.Y APPBL, Plaintiff.
vs.
JI iSEl'H A PPEL, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOSEPH APPBL
21 I Rosa Street
Brooklyn. NY., N.V.
You. JOHEPH APPEL, are I
lifted that a lilll of Complaint ror
Divorce has been filed against
and vou are le.pnre.l to scrv,. a eop;
Anawi i or Pleading I
Hill of Complaint on the plalntllt s
Mtotnexs. GOLDMAN & GOLI'-
STE1N, 2303 Weal Flagler Street, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or I'll n the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
ii. for- the 20th day of June, 195!>. If
vou fall to do so, judgment by defaul
will he tHken against yon for the re-
!i. r demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
Tills notice shall he published one
eaell week for lolll eollseelltlVe weeks
In TIIF: JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
F'loriila. Iliis 12th day of May, A.D.
k it. i.f:atiif:hman.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Pade County. F'loi iiia
Bs wm. W, BTOCKINO
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN \ GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2103 West naglei Street. Miami, Fla.
.-.'20-27 6,3-10


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SEN. KEFAUVER AND
RABBIS CONVENTION
Jt*JtewMnMtMkm
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1955
SECTION B
NEW AWARD FOR
HUMAN ADVANCEMENT
bess Human Relations Award Revealed
/.iif-p*'
pries C. Goldberg, general
mager of the Delano hotel,
sntly appointed to the
slicity advisory hoard cf
City of Miami Beach for
seventh consecutive year,
>s this week elected chair-
in of the board fir the third
le in his seven years of
lure on the board.
Establishment in the Florida re-
gional office, A n t i-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, of the Leon-
ard L. Abess award for significant
contributions towards improved
human relations in the State of
Florida has been ; announced by
George J. Talianoff, chairman of
the Florida region board, ADL.
The award will be presented
each year at the annual meeting of
the Florida ADL board to an in-
dividual, agency, organization, or
institution in the State of Florida
|" MflHi
Maurice M (
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wish Horidian
eginning with the current issue,
Jewish Floridian will publish
tries of illustrated cartoons de-
ling the history of the Zionist
vement in America, opening
the formation of the Feder-
bn of American Zionists, lead-
up to the reorganization of the
vement by the late Supreme
rt Justice Louis D. Brandeis
the Zionist Organ ization of
iierica, and continuing through
establishment of the State of
lei and the present activities of
ZOA.
The series was prepared by Mau-
le del Bourge and Dr. Jakob
Iscnthal.
|Mr. del Bourgo, one of America's
st distinguished artists, author
the Tercentenary story publish-
in the columns of The Jewish
loridian for 30 consecutive weeks,
k-s prepared the drawings.
|l)r. Rosenthai; author of the text,
a distinguished scholar. Before
forld War II he was on the edi-
riai staff of the Zionist publica-
ns in Vienna. He left for Israel
ereufter. and served on the cdi-
rial staff of the Palestine Post.
[In this country, he has been writ-
foirtftre- articles for the Amer-
M Zionist and for the Hebrew
pekly Hadoar. He is recognized
an authority on Zionist history.
Medical Staff Vows
Development Fund
Support at Hospital
Physicians and surgeons of
Mount Sinai Hospital have pledged
active financial support for the
new 300-bed, four million dollar
Mount Sinai Hospital to be con-
structed next year in Miami Beach,
it was announced Wednesday by
Dr. S. Charles Werblow, chairman
of a doctors' fund committee.
Dr. Werblow's appointment as
chairman of the physicians' and
surgeons' committee of the Mount
Sinai Hospital Development Fund
was revealed earlier by Max Oro-
vitz, hospital president.
"While it is customary for the
public to think of a hospital as a
place for healing and convales-
cence, the fact is that it is a work-
shop where physicians and sur-
geans can utilize the latest in med-
ical science to save lives," Dr.
Werblow said.
"The new Mount Sinai Hospital
will be a modern, up-to-date work-
shop equipped to provide the best
treatment and care for Greater Mi-
ami patients, and we as the work-
men have an obligation to help in
the building of this workshop,"
Dr. Werblow told the initial meet-
ing of the committee.
Committee members named by
Dr. Werblow to contact the 125
members of the Mount Sinai Hos-
pital physicians and surgeons staff
includes Doctors Louis G. Lytton,
Stanley Frehling, William Bern-
stein, Leonard Weil, Harold Rand,
Milton S. Goldman, Alex Kushner,
Ralph Kirsch, Soloman B. Gold-
man, Leon Greene and Harry
Kraff.
Trustees of the hospital, more
than a third of whom are out of
town and still to be contacted for
pledges, have already given more
than a million dollars toward the
construction cost. The project is a
joint endeavor of the Mount Sinai
Hospital and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
chosen by a special awards com-
mittee of the board, Talianoff said.
Criteria for determining recipi-
ents of the award will be patterned
after the ADL's National Amer-
ica's Democratic Legacy award. Re-
cipients of the League's National
ADL award have included Presi-
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower, for-
mer President Harry S. Truman,
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen. Her-
bert H. Lehman, Charles E. Wilson,
and the 1954-55 award winners, the
Ford and Rockeller Foundations
and Carnegie Corporation.
The Leonard L. Abess award will
be endowed by the Ungar-Abess
Foundation, Talianoff said.
"The Florida regional ADL
office and board deeply appreciate
the foresight of Mr. Abess and the
Ungar-Abess Foundation in inau-
gurating this award in the area of
improved human relations in the
State of Florida," Talianoff stated.
"We firmly believe that through
such emphasis on the vital impor-
tance of advancing good human re-
lations and democracy in our State
a noteworthy contribution in it-
self is being made. "Florida's popu-
lation and industry are growing by
leaps and bounds, and human rela-
tions practices in our State must
keep pace with this development.
Appropriate recognition of those
individual, organizations, agencies
and institutions making valuable
contributions in this regard should
accordingly prove helpful to the
progress of our State."
GLOBAL SHORTS
Dulles Asks Congress to Give
$179,000,000 for Middle East
WASHINGTON (JTA)- Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
made known in testimony before
the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee this week that the Admin-
istration is asking $179,000,000 in
non-military funds for Mutual Se-
curity assistance for the Middle
East in the new fiscal year. Mr.
Dulles did not break down this
amount by countries. Sen. H. Alex-
ander Smith, of New Jersey, ques-
tioned Mr. Dulles on his attitude
toward the recent Bandung con-
ference of Asian and African na-
tions. Mr. Dulles said the United
States takes a "sympathetic" at-
titude, t
Cairo Attacks Big Three;
Israel Must Be Destroyed
LONDON (JTA) The United
States, Britain and France were
bitterly attacked this week in a
broadcast from Cairo which indi-
cated that the Washington policy
of appeasing the Arab countries at
the expense of Israel is failing to
appease Egypt. The broadcast said
1 that the Arabs do not expect the
forthcoming meeting of the Big
Three Foreign Ministers at Paris
to settle the problems between the
Arab countries and Israel. "As the
creators of Israel, they cannot re-
move it from existencethe only
settlement satisfactory to the
Arabs," the broadcast stated.
Marian Anderson, noted
American contralto, an-
nounces the establishment of
an annual scholarship fund
of 600 Israel pounds for "the
encouragement of young mu-
sical talent," vocal and in-
strumental. Miss Anderson
explained that she was set-
ting up the scholarship "in
appreciation of the devotion
of the people of Israel" who
had taken her to their hearts
during her recent appear-
ance there with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra.
Sisterhood Meeting Tuesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
its first board meeting of the new
year on Tuesday morning, May 24,
it has been announced by newly
elected president Mrs. Philip Ben-
dell.
Or. lakeb KouttM
Pioneer Women
Schedule Affairs
Candle Light Inn, 3131 Commo-
dore Plaza, Coconut Grove, will be
the scene for Kadimah Chapter's
installation of officers on Thursday
noon, May 26.
Mrs. Harry Stone, chairman, re-
veals that Mrs. Irving Pearlberg,
cultural chairman of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Wom-
en's Organizations, will be the in-
stalling officer, and that Mrs. Ber-
nard Kantor has prepared an orig-
inal skit for presentation following
the installation ceremony.
Officers who will be installed
are the Mesdames Jacob Raffel,
president; Albert Shkoler, first
vice president; Reuben Bott. sec-
ond vice president; Sol Braun. fi-
nancial secretary; Harry Stone,
treasurer; Robert Miller, Alexan-
der Kimler and Gertrude Berger,
corresponding secretaries: Marvin
Copenhagen, recording secretary;
Ida Meyers, Max Fishman, Morris
Kleinman, Bernard Kantor, Mich-
ael Fiedler, Irving Bayer and S. G.
Lebow, board members at large.
Mrs. Raffel will make her chair-
manship appointments for 1355-56
at this luncheon.
Applications for Exit Visas
Again Allowed in Rumania
JERUSALEM (WNS) Applica-
tions for exit visas from Rumanian
Jews who desire to join members
of their families in Israel are again
being accepted by the Rumanian
Ministry of the Interior after a
lapse of two years, it was indicated
here this week. Although no visas
have been issued as yet, it is ex-
pected the visas will be handed
out to persons who can be re-unit-
ed with their families.
Britain May Reopen Talks
On Bat Galim, Suet Issue
l MTKD NATIONS (JTA) A
possibility was seen here this week
that the Bat Galim case may be re-
opened with Great Britain pushing
the issue, instead of Israel. This
feeling persisted in United Nations
circles even after Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammerskjold. in answer
to a direct question on the matter,
declared here that there is "noth-
ing new" on the Bat Galim.
Jewish Publication Society
Pfans to Revise Translation
PHILADELPHIA (WNS) Revi-
sion of the Bible translation it
first published in 1917. which serv-
ed as the approved version for
English-speaking Jews throughout
the world, has been undertaken by
the Jewish Publication Society, it
was announced here by Edwin
Worf, II, president of the society.
Mr. Worf declared that the revised
translation will be based on the
Hebrew of the traditional, pre-
served Masorctic text, and will be
in every respect a Jewish inter-
pretation.
Possible Federation Merger
In Philadelphia Studied
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
appointment of committees to ex-
plore the possibility of a merger
between the Allied Jewish Appeal
and the Federation of Jewish Char-
ties has been announced here. The
appointment of the committees,
announced by Allied's president.
Myer Fcinstein. and Bernard L
Frankel, president of the Federa-
tion, was approved by the boards
of both groups.
U.S. to Admit 2,000
Arab Immigrants Soon
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department made known this
week that 45 Palestinian Arab ref-
ugees have been granted American
visas for permanent residence in
the United States as the first of the
2,000 Arab refugees authorized ad
mission under the Refugee Relief
Act of 1953. The Arabs will leave
for the United States in the next
few weeks to settle in 13 states.
Newspaper Series Sees
Bigotry on Upswing in U.S.
NEW YORK (WNS)A series of
articles in Scripps-Howard news-
papers throughout the nation this
week said that "organized bigotry
is on the upswing in America."
I The articles which pointed out that
the hate peddlers were not so
j serious or obvious a menace as
'they were in the 1930s neverthe-
less indicated that the bigots were
growing bolder and were reaching
an expanding audience.
Rosen Elected President
Harold Rosen was rccently*elect-
cd president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce for
1955-56. Other officers are vice
presidents Robert Glasser, A. Budd
Cutler and Phillip J. Tahlor.
German Faces Trial for
Supplying Gas to Nazis
FRANKFURT (JTA) The Ger-
man chemical manufacturer who
sold his special brand of potassium
cyanide to the Auschwitz exter-
mination camp, in the full knowl-
edge that it was being used to mur-
der upward of 450.000 Jews and
other people, is facing a German
court here for the seventh time in
seven years, charged with having
been "an accessory to murder in
an indeterminate number of
cases."
U.S. Immigration Legislation
Criticized at High Parley
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)The
United States Government was
criticized for lacking the liberal
spirit" in its immigration legisla-
tion, in an address here by Arthur
Greenleigh, executive director of
the United Hias Service this week.
Mr. Greenleigh was one of a num-
ber of speakers participating in
the general debate of the fifth in-
ternational conference of Non-Gov-
ernment Organizations inte' *
in Migration. Fifty-one non
mental groups are offic'
credited to the conferer
ing six Jewish organb

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North Shore Lodge Prei.t-Teen Age
Installs Greene 53T&S"
Beth Sholom P.T.A. Names Offrm
P.TA. of the religious school ol M.;- "
Jerome G Greene. Miami attor-
oey. i_- installed president of the
Shore Lod^e of Baai Britfc
Beach.
Greene, a lead-
er in local
:' 19J5
chairman of the
hotel division of]
the Red
committee
of the
Swats,
at its annual
Pioneer Wowea's Ch*
Martu Mother's Day
200 persons attended a'TemP>f, Betb Skolo,m "nconee. B Kap'Un"'"!^1,^ aJ
\ Dav function of Pioneer' the following!new officers and di Low hiie ^ P
i Club II at the hoese of'rector- fnr 1955-56: dell. El, MeltterlLr?*
_w President. Mrs. Sol S Pioe; m n Nebauer '- 3J
otte Ovec< ^3'
*ert L IM9,
Lamsoa and Mrs. Howard Miller 'Ourte-
\! m
Women
Problems <. n to both Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Casow. 722
teen aeers and their parent; ere Trouville LVpunade, la* vec*. Ml H,waed Brpqks. Jot*' Cr*er.. a>h7k2.
tfbewsee' at a parent-left a* ,.___________,. ,.,, ut. *r;> **"> Cameron. Mrs, Erter *rt L IMq^.i^JS
forum fhi week, at the North Dade '
juet last week in1
the Hickory
House. Miami
of the Men's Club of Icmpie Beth
Sholom. former director of the
Junior Chamber of Cnaamrrr> and
the Zionists of America and a mem
her of the Harvard Club and La*
School Association of Miami. He
is also a former Special Deputy
' JewiA Center
Israel Waxman. youth chairman
I of the Center, announced that a
, panel consisting of Mrs. Bob Le
M'.ar. Mr- Berr.ice Berger. Mr J
Burton Eayes, Carl Sterling. Bette
. Stoop and Howard Neu i
i questions of allowance, dating be-
| havtor and household chores.
Melvin Simon, psychiatric social
j work of the Jewish Family Service.
acted as moderator-commentator
for the forum.
CkavmaR we* Mr* Lena Mmt
ze Chwen as -Mother of the
Da> were Mr- Pauline Rubin,
oldest member of Pioneer Women
here, and Mrs Pearl Gratz.
Speaker was Abraham J Gittel-
education director of the
North Shore Jewish Center Also
on the program in a series of read
corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. "' Sterr Philip J
J Soauaers. recording secretary. fc*ene Weuv '.Vii'u1.v
Mr- Mas Rothfeld. treasurer. Mr- -------------____J*J
Clarifies frMp&aift
Rabbi Samuel a siZ
> staa?L
On the board of directors are
the Mesdames Zachary Bailey.
Emanuel Baskmd, Nat Beckanan. "CT* "s"" tata*
Ralph Benach, Jonas Brotman. Lmon American
mgs was Mrs Mania Shubov. Mrs. j Raiph Cobb Jack Counhon. Ar
Ida Bookspan. chairman of t h e ,hur Coursbon. Max Dtener. Bur
Moetzet Hapoalot. presented gold
certificates to members for their
efforts in behalf of Zionism."*
mt^a] |
of the State of' rice Neu. Mrs
Attorney General
Ne York
ed as vice presider-
serve with Greene are S George
Berkley David Fenton and Sa-
thaniel Ghckmar. Tobias Simon
resident elect.
Other offic* led were
Jack Wilson, treasurer: Milton
Mannheimer. chaplain: Robert M.
M. -Jiur M Kesaaer and
George Baltuch. secretaries: lsidor
Cohen, guardian: and Julius Siegel.
warden.
Named to the board of directors
are Rabbi Mayer Abramow.-z.
Frank Cohn. Ezra Fmegold. I)r
David Hendel. Rc.. Pntchar*on.
Meivin J Richard. Dr Robert R.
Rosec Morr Sam Sollow-
Wtj, Mam) We:I. Dr Lawrence
A WesUW and Aarea Wolff
St. Louis Club To Install
Not Wolf son as President
ed as
pi-' -he Sr I of
Greater Miami at an annual ir-
on dinner meeting Sundzy eve-
.-: 22 in the Coral room
of the Riu Plaza hotel
eat M J K-y
will be Efkar.
Senir.i with will be Gil-
bert Balkin. Mrs Da\.d A Dau-.
o. Sam Nieberg and
Mrs. Abe Wolff, vice presidents:
Mr-, David Boaen, Mrs. Albert
Ladd ar.d Mr- Rasaell Winer, sec-
retaries, and Loui> Buck, treasurer.
Wolf son. a former St Louisan.
was president of Ebn Ezra Lodge
of B'nai B'nth and vat active in
civic and charitable work in St
Loj
Lillian Goodman and Ko-
pelowit2. outgoing pre-ident-. will
the board of directors to-
gether uith the newly elected offJ-
The St Louis Club of Greater
Miami ha- a member-hip of 200
former St. L ^ho now re-
side in th .- Miami area.
i
Musical Festival Sunday
I planned ,
y 22. at
Park
her
musical repetoire including light
opera. Jewish. Israeli and popular
select.',:.- ..! be
.ram il! p.ath
.'. Marilyn Friedman and Mary
KJ:en. of the Metlie Kahaner Lad
-.
The planning committee carry-
ing out the program included Mrs.
J Burton Keyes Mrs.- Munroe
Schrffman. Mr* Bemice Berger.
Mrs. Phillip Schulmar. Mr- Mail
Israel Waxman and Irving Jacob-
son.
The
area1
'-. program co-spon-
with the Greater Miami
ard Taylor Mrs Jewish Community Center
gregations. hick
"there are three majof
ton Engels. Irsing Haste. Alex! licioua group
Fresdin. Saiavel Garfnnkel. Morris I dox. Caasen j^j
Gidney. Harry A. Greenberg. Har Tth- the Ma-
ry W. Greenbers. Miss Nettie Gold-; plained, -should aJei?J
** red to as Relonn or'
The Mesdames Daniel Herman, daisxn." not a- Refonwrf
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In Jhe South Florida Science Fair. recenUy held at the Uni-
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bchool on Miami Beach, carried ~" '
Mathemaucs Divmon with a presentation of the Theory .
Pythagoras. The Fair, which was held in Dade County for the
first time this year, is part of a national science fair and was
SyJ?n^ed by ^ Univerei'y of Miami. Dade County
High School Science Teachers Association and the Dade
ft^0' ,TenCherS f Mc*en>atics. Peter, son of
Mr and Mrs. Charles Bromer, 7920 Hawthorne ave.. Miami
Beach after graduation from Normandy School in 1956 'ooks
forward to entering RoLUna College and to preparing io? a
career in engineering. '
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ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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^NTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
,. will hold Friday evening
Ices at 6:30 and 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Isaac N. Lerer, of La
j. Wis., officiating. Saturday
[irig services are at 9. Mincha
be at 6 p.m.
* '
fcBREW ACADEMY will hold
Ly evening services at 6:30.
Way morning services are at 9.
hi Alexander Gross will preach
he Weekly Portion. Mincha is
tl5 p.m., followed by Shalos
os. Daily services will be at
p.m. and 6:35 p.m., with Sun-
I morning services scheduled
FERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
CENTER will hold Friday
ing services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
[braham Herson will discuss:
We Moving Toward Sinai?"
Dr Albert Glantz will render
ousical portions of the liturgy.
Shabbat will follow. Satur-
norning services are at 9. Sub
bf the sermon is scheduled as:
{steps in the Land."
*
)RTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
[will hold Friday evening serv-
at 8:15. Services will be con-
pd by members of the Men's
Melvin Shrago, president,
officiate. Sermon will be de-
fed by Arnold Stern. Cantor
nee Neu will render the musi-
srtions of the liturgy. Oneg
bat will follow. Saturday
|ing services are at 9. Rabbi
Okolica will preach on the
"Wandering in the Desert."
services are at 7:30 a.m. and
>LE SINAI of Hollywood
lold Friday evening services
p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro
(discuss: "Teach Me to Bc-
|" Name-giving ceremony will
(id for the daughter of Dr. and
Bernard Milloff. Cantor Jo-
IW. Malek and the choir under
lirection of Rev. Mordechai
nan will render the musical
fens of the liturgy. Oneg Shab-
nll follow. Saturday morning
ces are at 9. Rabbi Shapiro
discuss the Weekly Portion,
morning services are at 9.

IESETH ISRAEL CONCRE-
TION will hold Friday evening
ces at 6:30. Saturday morning
Ices are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah
will preach on the topic:
Jumbers Count." Cantor Abra-
Seif will officiate. Class in
fcs of the Fathers is at 6 p.m.
fha will be at 6:45, followed by
tiv at 7:15.

.AGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
tUNITY CENTER will hold
lay evening services at 6:30.
|rday morning services are at
Bv. Leo Heim will officiate and
ft the musical portions of the
gy. Earl David, son of Mr. and
Nathan Sedlik, will become
Mitzvah:. Mincha is at 6:45
|, followed by Maariv.
*
EMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
Lch on the topic: "Fifty Years
fer the Second Aliyah." Satur
I morning services are at 10:45.
|nis, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
J. Russ, and Theodore, son of
and Mrs. Herman Grossman,
become Bar Mitrvah. Cantor
nucl Kelemer will render the
Bical portions of the liturgy.

UEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
|l hold Friday evening services
15 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
fexman will discuss: "Wilder-
fes of Life." Saturday morning
vices are at 9. Junior services
follow at 10. Mincha is at 5:30
. with Shalos Seudos conclud-
the Sabbath observance.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
nmg services at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and
discuss: "Classified Jews." Min-
cha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m., with Sunday serv-
ices at 9 a.m.
a
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Leader's Ob-
ligation to His Organization." At
5:15 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss
Ethics of the Fathers. Mincha
is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hill
will be honored. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Class
in Talmud will be on Tuesday at
5:30 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Akiva Chill will
discuss: "Efficiency and Effective-
ness of Living." Cantor Aaron
Weingarten will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Class
in Talmud is at 6 p.m. Mincha is
at 6:30 p.m. Daily services will be
at 6:45 and 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
tions of the liturgy. Steven, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schemer,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services at 8:45.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbie Arie Becker
will discuss: "Noble Objectives
and Ignoble Means." Class in Tal-
mud is at 8 a.m. Class in Ethics
of the Fathers will be Held at 5:30
p.m., followed by Mincha and Shal-
os Seudos. Hosts will be Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Swartz.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15, with Rabbi Morris
C:..;> i.TictoHng, Subject of the
sermon is scheduled as: "Leader-
shipGood and Bad." Saturday
morning services are at 9:45. Doug-
las, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Beck-
man, 2970 SW 20th st., will become
Bar Mitzvah. The Beckmans will
be hosts at the Kiddush of Sancti-
fication. Robert Strassburg will di-
rect the children's chorus.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
:30. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will discuss: "Inherit the
Wind." Cantor Fishel Lutman will
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.. I
AIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
3NGREGATION will hold Friday
Jening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
tlay morning services are at 8:30
n. Rabbi Simon April will preach
the topic: "Shall Force Rule
nerica?" Cantor Berele Kelemer
|ll render the musical portions of
ie liturgy. Class in Mishna is at
30 p.m. Daily services will be
7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. "Moses Maimonides His
Life and Times" will be the subject
of a discourse to be delivered by
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Sisterhood
will honor newly elected officers.
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Rev. Rudolph Brill will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:30 and 8 p.m. Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz will discuss: "A
Light in the Wilderness." Ner
Tamid award will be presented to
Lawrence Weiner. Cantor Edward
Klein will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, assisted by the
choir under the direction of Eli
Samuels. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:45. Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mace Levin, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45. Saturday morning
services are at 9.
9
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m. Installation of officers,
directors and trustees and dedica-
tion of the completed front of the
synagogue building will take place
at this last late service of the sea-
son. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
discuss: "Our Sacred Pledge."
Cantor Philip Brummer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at 9.
Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Bergman, and Marvin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mandel, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Lehr-
man will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30. Services will be dedicated
to men and women who have com-
pleted courses in the adult edu-
cation program. Certificates will
be presented to the Mesdames Ray
Bolker, Rose Feibush, Edith Glick,
Matilda Hyman, Esther Leviten.
Rose Schreidell, Norma Shapo,
Goldie Simons and Jean Zucker-
man and to Leonard J. Gordon,
Harry Simons and David H. Ugent.
Guest Rabbi Henry Wernlck will
discuss: "Example Mightier Than
Precept." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will render the musical por-
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Junior services are at 10
a.m. in Academy Hall. Class in
Sanhedrin will be at 5. Mincha
is at 6 p.m., followed by a discus-
sion of the Zohar. Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services.
*
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald
will officiate, assisted by the choir.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: "What is a Jew?"
V
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 15 min-
utes before sundown. Rabbi Mor-
-a
ton Malavsky will officiate during
Sabbath services and discuss the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
O !>
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will dis-
cuss: "Does God Speak to Man?"
Saturday mdrning services are at
11. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bartlett, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Proceeds for Campers
A juke box dance and frolic will
be held on Tuesday evening. May
24, at the American Legion Hall,
Miami Beach, sponsored by Sun-
shine Rebokab Lodge. Proceeds are
for two children to Lend-a-Hand
Camp this summer.
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}AY, MAY 20, 1955
Jew is* rhriUtr
mmy Enjoys Helping the Needy
PAGE 5 B
just doesn't seem possible
here's any one in Greater Mi-
irho hasn't heard of M. J.
Hie" Kopelowitz.
(least, it seems so, to hear
talk about him.
cheerful little man who re-
to allow any handicaps to
i between himself and service
fellow-man is a familiar
in campaigns, meetings and
activities wherever his un-
talents can be used most ef-
ly.
ently, Jimmie undertook a
job as head of the "Special
iments Division" in the Corn-
Jewish Appeal. He was
t by chairman Sam J. Heiman
ephone a group of prospects
nvite them to contribute to
jiportant philanthropy.
concentrated telephone
pprcach requires the deft
;,sterly touch of a person
s a keen knowledge of pub-
tions and, in this instance,
bility to project clearly the
vide service program ear-
by CJA. Jimmie was just
an.
luying an unerring sense of
liming and persuasiveness,
commenced dialing the
J numbers on Mar. 21 ,some-
[at the rate of nearly 100 a
le worked steadily, phoning
Die Federation officeor any
tie happened to beaverag-
Iveral hours a day. Jimmie
J 1.000 prospects and by last
(managed to secure a total
successful pledges totalling
22,645. Of the 621 persons
ere engaged in pleasant con-
Ion by the expert campaign-
kr!y 10 percent of this num-
kd never previously made a
pution to the Combined Jew-
?peal.
ras truly a "one-man cam-
in which every iota of de-
lation and consistency were
and which paid human div-
f in the end.
ough 1,000 prospect cards
landed to Kopelowitz, includ-
lar.y refusals, failure-to-con-
|n $25-and-under category, he
obtained increases in
cases.
}s of tne spectacular one-man
has come to the attention of
[Federations throughout the
f, and their public relations
nents are presently seeking
kation to determine if Kopel-
Ihas established some kind
(ividual record in a single
unity campaign. To date,
:'s mark of 621 successful
Is .still stands, and he is de-
led to boost this figure in
ncentrated Dia-athon project
jcemes to a close within the
few days,
dollars and cents picture is
ly gratifying since the to-
$22,645 more than doubles
.500 Jimmie raised in a
effort last year when he
pel 137 pledges by phone.
n's calls are worth a million
in good public relations to
[immunity," said Heiman at
iisiness and Professional Di-
dinner at Westview Coun-
lub last week. "Jim has the
M. J. Kopelowitz
and desires of our Jewish residents
in a few minutes this way than we
could ever hope to learn through
other educational and interpretive
methods," Heiman stated.
"Jim's motto has always been to
'leave 'em with a smile whether
they give or not'."
A survey of his one-man phone
drive last year indicated that all
prospects who made gifts on the
phone kept faith and paid their
pledges in full without exception,
Jimmie disclosed. He is the first
to admit, however, that this type of
campaigning comes only at the end
of the drive when all personal con-
tacts and interviews have been
completed. "Only then, and under
strict supervision should the tele-
phone be used," Jimmie cau-
tioned.
One prospect said: "I am glad
you called. No one visited us this
year, and I was wondering what
happened." Almost always the re-
action was pretty much the same.
People wanted to help others in
distress. Their hearts and hands
were ready to lift up the more un-
fortunate ones who live down the
streetor overseasor in Israel.
It is this universal feeling which
impels Jimmie to devote his wak-
ing hours to the many humanitari-
an causes in our city. He says he
once "made a contract with God"
as he lay helpless in a hospital in
St. Louis. He vowed to his wife,
Dorothy, that if he ever recovered
the use of his body and was able
to move about, that he would de-
vote the remainder of his life to
relieving human pain and human
want. And from his record of amaz-
ing achievement for the past 25
years in Greater Miami, Jimmie
has held true to his promise.
Only two years ago a group of
civic leaders gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer with hundreds of Jimmie's
\ friends to celebrate his 25 years of
community service. A brand new
automobile with special driving
controls was a fitting community
gift to the cheerful little man who
now gets around to meetings much
easier than before.
Records show that the name of
[up their hearts and speak
[mind at the same time, and
|arn more about the interests
M. J. Kopelowitz appears on the
. first 1938 letterhead of the Great-
ny sense of making people er Miami Jewish Federation, and
Jimmie is most proud of the fact
that he has participated in every
Federation campaign for the last
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on your
rings

MIAMI BEACH 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.
or save by mail
17 years. He was campaign chair-
man in 1940, the first budget
chairman in 1939 and has continu-
ally functioned as a stalwart mem-
ber of Federation's official fam-
ily ever and
It was on Pearl Harbor day. De-
cember 6, 1941, that the Federa-
tion campaign found itself without
a chairmanbut Jimmie answered
the call and gladly assumed the
job rather than permit the many
agencies to go without funds in
such a critical year. Needless to
say, the campaign was most suc-
cessful under his leadership.
His community work began in
the early 1930's, when he served
as secretary of the Crippled Chil-
dren's Society, and later as secre-
tary of the industrial division of
the Community Chest. He is most
proud of a little diamond studded
tie clasp topped by a Menorah. The
inscription on the reverse side says
that, as president of Beth David
Congregation in 1938, he was suc-
cessful in freeing the institution
of its mortgage indebtedness.
Among other welfare activities,
he cherishes the work with the
aged in which he is most interest-
ed. He is past chairman of the
board of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and has worked side by "side
with president Abe Kurman dur-
ing recent years which saw the
construction of the modern Ablin
Memorial Wing establishing the
Home as one of the important
progressive institutions in the
South.
He was vice president of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau, a
board member of the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, and served
as secretary of Federation in 1945.
Last year, Jimmie was made a
trustee at Temple Emanu-EI.
Very few people know that Jim-
mie Kopelowitz helped conduct the
first Jewish population survey of
Greater Miami in 1945 and 1947,
organizing and directing the work
of 1.000 volunteers. Facts gathered
in this study formed the basis on
which planning was developed for
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
Mount Sinai Hospital, and other
community service programs.
He is the recipient of numerous
awards, citations and plaques in
recognition of his unusual and de-
voted service in many humanitari-
an fields. He headed the St. Louis
Club for two years, was president
of the Washington University
Alumni of Florida and belongs to
the Elks, Masons, Scottish Rite and
Shrine.
On May 6, the hardy chap cele-
brated his 55th birthday, but de-
clared that his greatest joy was in
being able to spend the day in the
company of his many friends at
the Federation office continuing
his telephone campaign.
Despite his busy schedule, Jim-
mie has found time to engage in
hobbies which would tax a less or-
ganized and energetic individual.
He has an extremely valuable auto-
graph collection, containing the
names of such world renown fig-
ures as Woodrow Wilson, Justice
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Franklin
D. Roosevelt, Admiral George
Dcwey, Justice Brandeis, William
Howard Taft and many others.
And he also collects stamps from
all parts of the world.
As if this were not enough, Jim-
mie finds time to send a monthly
mimeographed "Family News Let-
ter" to 38 relatives living in 14
different states. Recently. Jimmie
and Dorothy shared the happiness
of seeing their daughter, Joy, mar-
ried to Howard Trockman. The
newly-weds are attending the Uni-
versity of Indiana in Bloomington.
"It makes no difference what
your faith or race or religion may
be," says Jimmie. "We are all
God's children and subject to pain
and pleasure, happiness and sor-
row. It is my joy to help any one
in need. There's no greater spirit-
ual glow and satisfaction that I
can think of."
Anshe Ernes Siyum
Hatorah Sunday
Congregation Anshe Ernes will
hold a Siyum Hatorah on Sunday
evening, May 22, at Congregation
Beth El.
The new Scroll of Law is being
presented to Anshe Ernes by Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Sacks, according
to Joseph Abramson, president.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth
El spiritual leader, will be host to
the Anshe Ernes congregation.
Honored guests will include Rabbis
Simon April, Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, and Morris
Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter.
Musical program will present
Cantors Fishel Lutman, of Beth El,
and Berele Kelemer, of Miami He-
brew School.
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PAGE 6 B
Local Accountant Have Your Sugar
Wins Top Award j And Eat it. Too
Richard J Horwich. 9666 SW
13 h st.. Miami, is the winner of
the Elijah Watt Sells gold medal
! r the highe.-t score ajpong those
wfco took all Jour parts of the uni
i certified public accountant
examination last November and
v [ >?>e papers were reviewed by the
A"erican Institute of Accountant.
The examination was adminis-
Cutting down on calorics for
beauty's sake?
More power to you. milady
Those unnecessary calories have
no place in modem living, but you
no longer have to deny yourself
all the Things that make life sweet
not now. because there's a new
calorie-free sweetener on the mar-
ketreal sugar flavor
, Here \i a recipe ior Ottawa i
This is a big advance for our j wha, m have called the Amencan '
side in the battle against the bulge nniO* of Sweet Falafel.'' which
Called Suganne. its actually ( h j^, ^^po,,^ t the 'hot
sweeter than sugar-comes in con- dog<,n.aro|, and is very spicy
yet without any. and hj h, ^^d You'll like
To Attend UnviHW
Mr. Abraham wZ^
ttend the unveil^:
mcnt to the
Fanny, wb
<**h._|
iT
centrated form, yet without any
artificial taste Best of all. it has (ht> .vWee, ver>lon wl,h wine or
fruit punch or even hot drink* It
Send your favorite reeiee to The JewWi FlorMtan, tocher with
or neme m6 address. If you neve a recent photeraK, you ny
include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear tn t*i column,
you will be pretented with a copy of The Book of Jewfa* Recipe*."
Containing 500 kosher recipe* and a Foreword on the principles of
cookery.
The following is a de luxe sal-
mon patty recipe sent to The Jew-
ish Floridian by Mrs. Abe Hirsch.
1930 SW 20th St.. Miami:
No. 1 can of good red salmon
for making
Thrifty toowhen a four-ounce
bottle will sweeten more than 700
cup< of coffee or tea It takes only
one teaspoonful to equal sixteen
of sugar, and tablespoon i- the
equivalent of a cup. You can meas-
ure it by the drop from a handy
shaker top bottle.
On cereal or fruit, in desserts
and for cooking, it gives you sweet
nessnothing more. Recommend-
ed by doctors for diabetics, over-
weights and low calorie diets, it is
perfectly harmlesssafe for chil-
dren or grown ups alike.
So stop taking the "calorie
count" when your sweet-tooth gets
the best of you. Your life can be
sweeter and your figure neater
when you use this new concentrat-
ed sweeteningST
to become a favorite
f.cAerrf 1. Norwich
by state board* of accountan-
cy to approximately 12.000 ("PA
late* throughout the (J S
!-' rwkh is the soi I Hr and Mrs
U T Harwich oak Park. Ill lie at-
i school in Oak Park and
..red from the L'nuer-
Miami with a BBA degree in Feb-
1953 and LI.B in February
: 4
--.<:: auditor with Calla-
.iid Stuzin. certified public ac-
- Miami, and i a member
'
Florida 1 >nd a
ber of the Miami Accountancy
-
.. ich anl hi* wife. S
Alan, born
23
Youngerman School Will
Be Seen in Recital May 29
Attorney Moves Offices
M J Berliner has announced the
removal of his offices for the prac-
tice of law to suite 1016 Congress
bldg. Miami
Beach Democratic Club
Endorses Burnett Roth
Following a poll of 300 of its
members. Dr Samuel A. Cluck,
president of the Democratic Club
of Miami Beach, announced this
week that the organization has
formally endorsed the candidacy
of Councilman Burnett Roth for
relection to the city council.
"The Board of Governor" ia
meeting again this week to choose
the remaining three candidates
that they will endorse for the re-
maining vacancies in the Miami
Beach Council." Dr Gluck said
In a statement announcing the
threatens
here:
Sweet Falafel
4 cups thick purree of cooked
chick peas aA.
1 tsp salt
'_ cup sugar. 2 tblsp lemon juice
and 1 tblsp rind grated
1; tp mixed herbs (basil, mar-
joram, thyme etc.)
l4 cup fine cracker crumbs (Mat-
zo meal or bread crub-
4 eggs
4 tblsp melted shortening (olive
oil or Sesame seed oil called Tahini
available here)
1 cup dry crumbs
Deep melted shortening for fry-
ing.
Soak dry chick peas, called Nahit
or Nahut. Barbanzos or Checci. in
cold water to amply cover and al-
low for expansion. Overnight soak-
ing is recommended. Drain well,
rinse in running cold water, cover
with fresh cold water and cook till j
tender, approximately 1 hour. If a I
pressure cooker is used, cooking I
time is wonderfully reduced Con-1
suit >our cooker directions for ex- j
act time, but rest assured these
nutty little chick peas never cook
apart Drain wejl and put through I
the fine blade of your food chop- |
' per or mash thoroughly till free of ,
i lumps Add salt and other season- j
j ings. sugar, grated lemon rind and '.
I juice and the l cup fine crumbs. !
memory of w-^i
ho died last year t*^
monies will i,l 'til
1 lemon, juice extracted
1 small box of Corn clakes
crushed (individual serving)
4 egg yglks .
Beat all the ingredients together
and lastly fold in beaten whites
Fry in hot spry or crisco dropped
by a tablespoon. Fry on both sides '
until brown. Makes about 18 pat-
ties. Serve with baked potatoes or
creamea green peas. The patties
can be eaten cold the next day; or
they can be warmed up for sand-
wiches.
j result of the first poll. Dr Gluck
;d:th Youngerman > School of "Plamed that "we are endorsing
the Modern Creative Dance and Councilman Roth because of his
!' -iern Ballet will hold it> annual ""dependent stand on many of the
i recital at the lbSUes affecting residents of this
~ear School Au-' community. We don't want a rub-
iitonum on Sun ber ^""P wno w>" submit to pres-i
sure from special groups. Our
families live and work here, and
lay evening. May
S c h o lar>h'.ps
I will be given to
!wo d e > e rving
voung d a ncers.
The program will
nclude an ong-
.nal uiua of
Peter Pan
Younger-
recentl> appeared at a repeat
rmance of her dance troup
ia the Miami Beach Auditrmm
nts have been s-en
on in her comp
Orchestra."
Uiu yferci
lo Discuss Intermarriage
adruth rvrith will meet Sat-
I at Kneseth
brad < .jpgregatK n to hear Dr Ja
c I-'.- !:. fer-
riage in America" Mrs B<
an William Agranove and A
I .< .-nan will a!-o participate J Z
side.
their interest must come first."
Miami Beach citizens are over-
looking the fact that a day car cen-
ter for children of working moth-
ers would strengthen the economy
of the city, according to Council-
man Burnett Roth, who addressed
a rally and social evening at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Gershon S
Miller. 4271 Alton rd.. this week.
"A day care center for children
of working mothers means that
mother- who have to support their
families can hold jobs, and as a re
suit, a major part of their income
at least 90 percent of itis spent
locally At the same time, the fam-
ily docs not become a public
charge with the resultant incre.-e
in the tax burden "
Councilman Roth heard that his
rohanteer campaign group now
number. 1.600 workers Roth sup-
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reach 2.500 by the time Election
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9Jewlstncrktian
PAGE 7B
r 200 Enrolled in Summer Pay
Camps, Capacity Sighted by June
Gr.-R.iry Phillip.... K.lwar.l A,iKusiln..
gteveii luBuatina, Bteven RomWuih
K..I..H Ooodman, jKe|ih Lawrence
200 boys and girls of ele-
ry school age have already
Enrolled in the summer day
[program of the Greater Mi-
ewish Community Center, it
nnounced by Leon Epstein,
Day Camp chairman,
rapid registration has taken
fin a period of three weeks,
js anticipated that the ca-
ul the four day camps spon-
J by the Center will be reach-
lell before the opening of
I on June 20, Epstein said.
h enrsTled IhuMfar at the
Kr.-.nch an: Dental Aranoff,
;ii."i./ff, Jerry Aranoff, Kalny
li'.iti.ic BroWB, I'Mwar.l liur-
uh.iiil Burton. Frederick Bux-
Ira lltixiiaiim. I~iui >n< .-
bh. Ixmna Knglunder. Nickl
Kenneth Keldman, Krert-
Lawrence (irabarniek, Ro-
(Irabarnick. Rochelle Graen-
m. -il-> Qruber, Kenneth Heff-
nberi rTefrn.-r. I'unlel Herman,
pel. Kesnlor, l.inila K8Kler, Jo-
Kiltiln, Jane I.ehrmin, Allen
killed 1-evy, l>a\i.l London. Jo-
auk, Steven Maiiaeker. DhU.I
, DavM Noble, IioukUh Noble,
oble, Barbara Reanlck, Han\
!, Allen Krhelner. 1'eter Shei-
tobert Shevlln. Max Stelngarl,
ptelneart. JeHsl. a Takee, Nancy
ndrew Tobln. ("harle Wal-
Brot( WallM'j Jlelene Wawser-
. a ..n Wei*... Barbara Weiss,
Bin Zlblt. Trudy Zlblt. *
i.- Town Branch, the following
moiled: Jeffrey Apple, Alan
Ann HoRner, William Bognei,
Ikrhn, Klane Blitt. Brtc Copen-
V'.1 Dilloff. I.lnda Dranow,
Ilhrankranz, A.l.-le Kpateln,
lli >."]mteln. Bonnie Krankel.
h i-eedman. Wendy Freedman,
rYiedler. Man-ha (Joidberx,
. riranT, Sandra Kandel, BJch-
Melvin I..skin. Phyllis
Peter Lewin. Harold l.lbman,
el l..l.man, Gall l.lbman. Gary
Mark Lubet, Nelson Malaven-
.Malavei.da. Janice .Malu-
("hailOH Novogiod>ky, Richard
Paul. Kllen Rievman, Char-
rnhal. Huvid BoMniek, I'aul
Steven Kozv lies. Jeffrey Roh-
verlv Rice, Michael Rleaberg,
:. hwarta, Renee HUver, Ttaeo-
."lintoti ailverman, Mark
i 'iillji Bpool.Richard S).....i.
Itenftt,. Reed Trencher, Alyaon
Veil Tanner. Howard Thick-
IStiiart Thlckmaii. Mark Tytelt,
Waldatain, Ronnie Weksler,
i /-i me.
lavler-Granada: Henry lsnen-
Mal'k Ackermaii, Kenneth
Gary Kefnlck. Alan 8ternlleh.
I -li. .Ian Kiealer, Mitchell
pf, Robert Moore. David I'er-
|>ani.y Kane. M>len Abbott.
F>haw, Allan i'-dwards, Seymour
.Mirk Koth. Barry Cohen, Joel
Himmj W'exler. I local,I Lleh-
Arthtir Cohen. Jay Klein, Hn-
ll..s.-r. Jerry Sternsteln, Howard
licri. Jeffry tttrump/, Michael
aid Abbott. Hanny Rose, I*eon-
i.shman, Klliot Midwood. Har-
tnandea, Mickey l.in.l.-ih, Kar-
kwrem-e, Hyra WVxier. Judith
lan. Amy Ih.nn, Barbara I-leber-
it.'.ibara Lash. Suzanne New-
Helen Bajneaa, 1-ora Lewis.
Sliankman, Tina Genandes,
Hacker. Sally Sacks, Linda
. Kllen Newman, Bonnie Rose,
Robinson, Plann ["esnlck.
e,
"nil, Judy
Bonnie ISro.h. Ksla Com
Antln.
At the North Bade Jewish Center:
Kara Kane Harold 1IH1. Jerry Weiss.
Marvin, Morris. Bar bars Meyeraon.
Bnrharn Melnl.er*, aien Ilium On-
He BchwarU. Si.ven Robin, Caiol
Robin. Linda stoop. Jay Hlrwh, Tool
Zirfer, Sunnie Taylor, .iiii David
Michael Pane. Alan Crcnlarx. Mau-
reen Brown. Leslie N.ii. Veda Lynn
Neu. Steven Rablnowttt, Karen Ra-
blnpwlts, Bteven Wlldateln, Kin
\\ lldeteln.
William Jaffe, Bruce Boros. Kellh
Cie.-nsl.ie. Mark Thaw. Jan la Berk-
ely, Jerry Sherman. Byron Bergen
Marilvn Luxner.
Summer Day Camps
Announce Staff
Supervisory staff for the Sum-
mer Day Camp program of Ihe
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center has been announced by
Leon Epstein, day camp chairman.
Director of the Town Branch
Camp will be Israel Silver, who
received his Masters degree in so-
cial group work from Boston Uni-
versity .His program director will
be Mrs. Dolores Pearl, youth activ-
ities supervisor at the Center.
Nisson Pearl, who will direct the
camp at the Beach Branch, is a
graduate of the School of Social
Work of the University of Chicago,
with a Masters degree. Directing
the program at the Beach camp
will be Miriam Scheinberg, who
has previously conducted camp
programs locally for the Zionist
Youth Commission.
At the Flagler-Granada Center,
Harry Shamis will direct the
camp's operations, assisted by
Leila Gross as head counselor.
Shamis has a Master's degree from
New York University. Miss Gross
was formerly head teacher of one
of the Center's nursery schools.
Leonard Romney will head up
the Center's newest camp at the
North Dade Jewish Center. He has
a degree from the Graduate School
of Social Work at Boston Univer-
sity.
Manischewitz Birth
A daughter, Edith, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Manische-
witz, 101 Central Park West, on
May 10 in New York Lying-in Hos-
pital. Mr. Manischewitz is presi-
dent of the B. Manischewitz Co.,
of Jersey City, N.J. and Cincinnati,
O.
Honor Graduate to
Attend Med School
Robert Bass will attend North-
western Medical School this fall.
The 21-year-old University of Flor-
ida student graduates in June.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Bass, 4411 North Bay rd., Miami
Beach. Robert is Phi Beta Kappa
at the U of F.
He is also a member of Phi Eta
Sigma, honorary society, Alpha
Epsilon Delta, pre-medical honor-
ary; and is an honor court justice.
Robert received the Tau Epsilon
Phi national award for outstand-
ing scholarship over a period of
four years at the University of
Florida.
He is a graduate of Miami Beach
High School, where he was a mem-
ber of the National Honor So-
ciety.
Robert Bos!
Rabbi Hurwitz is Chaplain
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual
leader of Zamora Jewish Center,
has accepted the responsibility of
serving the religious needs of the
Jewish personnel at U.S. Marine
Corps Air Station at Opa Locka, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, New
York, chairman of the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
Membership Social
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held its first mem-
bership social of the year Tuesday
evening, May 17, at the home of
Mrs. Alvin Wank, 1135 NW 127th
st. Mrs. Wank was assisted by Mrs.
A. Sokell and Mrs. F. Blank.
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Joyce Gold, pianist, and her
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Day party recently at Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center. Joyce and
Rochelle are members of the pre-
teen age club, which i.s sponsored
by Tifereth Israel. They are pupils
of Mrs. Harold Robin.
UM Names Dr. Ferguson
Obstetrics Department Head
Dr. James H. Ferguson has ac-
cepted appointment as professor
and chairman of the Department
of Obstetrics and Gynecology at
the University of Miami school of
medicine, according to an an-
nouncement by Dean Homer Marsh
this week.
Effective June 1, Dr. Ferguson
will report to his post here, com-
ing from Tulane University's
school of medicine, where he has
been on the faculty since 1947 and
assistant professor of Obstetrics
and Gynecology since 1951.
He will take over the duties of.
Dr. John Milton who, as professor
and chairman pro-tern since Sep-
tember 1954, has organized the de-
partment of obstetrics-gynecology
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J-AGE 8 B

Annual Health
Meet Opens Here
Health Asaonsuoas ami state
r* held at 'he McAllister
boM^-FVMBr nd Saftarda?
Be Ernes* E. Mam. of Peo-
is piejjdem of the stale
body which prtuddi over one it
.00 Friday- Dr J. Wither
e. recentJy named president of
the Greater Miami Ministerial A-
ttoR. delivered the invocation
Deuey Kr.ighv Miami, past presi-
of, the local and tate Tuber-
A vocations, and Dr Al-
ee president of the
Dade County Medical Association,
the expected 300 dele-
at the opening meeting.
A third organization, the Florida
Trudeau Society, medical branch
be Florida Tuberculosis Associ-
'.. met concurrently, holding
BS Fnday and Saturday
Local physicians participating
the Trudeau program included
DeWitt C Daughtry and Mau-
Dr Robert Lawsoa.
Beam and chairman of the
irtment of Pediatnc at the
ity of Miami Medical
School: and Dr* Jack Reiss and
G.Tge Baum. of the V A. Hospi-
tal in Coral Gablf
Dade County Tuberculosis As-
s'ic:stion committee handling ar-
peiatati were Mr* Jacob Van
Ziriden. chairman. Dr Seymour
Mr- S J Bobbitt. Mrs E.
R Lindabary and Dr ft. D Thomp-
son.
IN THE MAIL
Editor. The Jewish Flondian:
The following is a letter we re-
ceived from Gen. David Saraoff.
of the Radio Corporation of Amer-
ica, who was in the audience at our
ifjaal showing of '.AmericaMoth-
er of Exiles." a music-drama pa-
geant in commemoration of 300
year? qf Jewish settlement in the
L rated State* We feel this letter
. from such a distinguished national
j leader will be of interest to your
reader-
MR. and MRS. BEN YOMEN
Shepard Broad, the first and
only mayor of Bay Harbor
Islands, has been named by
fellow councilmea to his
ninth term. Darid M. Abel
was chosen assistant mayor.
He and Joseph J. Gardner,
who were elected to four-year
council terms in April, were
sworn in last week. Reap-
point to their present posts
were J. M. Lelchuk. town
flBSflsJRE I ( .". : i Dash
clerk; Joseph Farrell. police
chief: and Frank Manship.
fere chief.
Israelite Center Women
Nome Mrs. Schwartz
Mr- Jack Schwartz has been
elected president of the Dora Stein
Si-terhood of the Israelite Center
She was previously elected presi-
dent in 1949 and held that office
for two year-.
Other officers named at an elec-
tion meeting thi week are the
Medame Sylvia Golin. first vice
pre-ident: Leon Kutun. second vice
pre-ident: William Dickson. third
vice pre-ident: George Graham, fi-
nancial secretary.
The Me-dame- Sol Koenigsberg.
-ponding secretary: Lil Beck-
er, recording secretary: Henry
Lazarus, treasurer: Morton Malav-
sk;. chaplain: Barbara Granat. par
liamentanan; Jacob Balk and
Charles Owe l-ky sergeants at
arms: and Harry Tulin. Helen
Stock and Max Lefkowitz. auditor*.
Soil for forooe, isroei
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Stem, of
4500 North Jefferson ave Miami
Beach, sailed for Europe and Is-
rael on the S.S. Constitution Satur-
day. On Friday evening. Mr and
Mrs. Stein were honored with an
Oneg Shabbat following services
at Temple Beth Sholom
Dear Mr and Mrs. Yomen:
I want to express the deep ap-
preciation and pleasure given me
when I attended your production
of the musical-documentary drama.
AmericaMother of Exiles." at
the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Sunday. Apr 24. spon>ored by
the Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers, as part of the national Tercen-
tenary celebration of the Je;-h
People in America.
In my opinion, this production
with its songs, music and dramatic
sketchescaught the true flavor
of the Jewish contribution to
American history culture and de-
. velopment Yet. it correctly em
pha-ized that without the freedom
of democracy' and the individual
opportunity which America offers
to all its citizens, regardless of
' race or religion, such advances as
have been made in our country by-
Jewish men and women could
never have been achieved.
I congratulate you and your en-
tire cast on a splendid production.
DAVID SARNOFF
New 0RT Chapter Formed
New chapter of ORT was formed
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Harold Miller, 1020 Stillwater dr
THIS SUMMIR
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th Florida scene on the Alex Gib
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p m. Taking part will be Susan
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Philip M. Klutenick, president of B'nai B nth. describes the-
development of the Order in the United States and Canada
to a group of Scandinavian B'nai B_jith leaders in Copenhaqen
Denmark, where he attended a meeting of the Denmark Lodae'
Also present were representatives from the B'nai B'rith Lodaes
in Oslo, Norway and in Malmo, Goteborg and Stockholm.
Sweden Shown above (left to right) are Louis Altermann.
president of Denmark Lodge; Richard Gelvan, former Secre-
tary of the Lodge; Klutznick; Leo Fischer, vice president for
[Scandmavia of the B'nai B'rith European Committee; and
Harold Melchior. past president of Denmark Lodge.
ieaboard Railroad
If fers Summer
Vacation Package
Thr Seaboard Railroad's double
Daily streamliner service between
kli.imi and New York throughout
Ihc coming summer season, togeth
\r with low round-trip coach fares
^nd wide variety of Florida pack-
ilic vacations, will provide a com-
motion of service and economy
lor the ever-increasing numbers of
Iracationers attracted to the Sun-
shine State during the spring, sum-
ler and fall.
As to the Seaboard schedules, W.
Kicht, general passenger agent
bi the road in Miami, announced
Ihis week that effective with the
recent change to summer sched-
ules, the Silver Meteor will con-
tinue to leave Miami 9 a.m. and
Irrive New York 10:25 a.m. next
fciorning. The, SHrer Star, another
deluxe streamliner, will leave Mi-
Inii ,it 12:05 p.m. daily and arrive
York 1:55 p.m. the next after-
i
According to Ficht, "the volume
pi early reservations for package
peat ions to the Miami area are
tveeding those of previous years
bv a wide margin. Travel agents,
|hmugh whom the majority of
ese package vacations are sold.
Ire enthusiastic over the public's
nde-spread interest shown in
U of M Music School
Commencement May 29
Annual commencement concert
of the University of Miami School
of Music will be given on Sunday
afternoon, May 29, in the auditor
mm of Miami Senior High School.
Senior students in the School of
Music who will appear with the
University Symphony orchestra,
John Bitter, conductor, and Mo-
desto Alloo, associate' conductor,
are Richard Bullman, baritone-
Catherine Carter, clarinet; Wesley
Collins, trombone; Joan Cornberg,
piano; Fred Cushman, tenor; Betty
Dasher, flute; Marilyn Grayson,
piano; Charlene Hecker, violin;
William Higgins, conductor; Albert
Pelletier, organ; Dan Lee Rose,
conductor; Tavo Virkhaus, com-
poser.
PAGE 9 B
them, not only by those who have
never before visited Florida in
mid-year but by those who have
taken package vacations previously
and are sold on their economy and
convenience."
Something new is being inaugur-
ated this summer by the Seaboard
Railroad for accommodation of
those who desire an economy pack-
ige vacation to some Northern
point. Economy package tours will
be on sale in Seaboard offices or
through local travel agents to
Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and other New Eng-
land and Canadian points, as well
as to the famous Colonial Virginia
territory which surrounds Wil-
liamsburg, Ficht revealed.
Minimum southbound package
vacation price from New York to
Miami is $81.56 plus Federal tax
and includes streamliner travel
New York to Miami and return in
reserved reclining coach seat ac-
commodations seven days and six
nigljte at an ocean-front hotel in
Miami Beach and transfers be-
tween Seaboard's station in Miami
and the Miami Beach hotel. The
same price applies for the mini-
mum northbound package vaca-
tion, which includes streamliner
travel Miami to New York and re-
turn In reserved reclining coach
seat accommodations, three days
and two nights in New York at a
first class hotel and sightseeing
trip in New York including admis-
sion to world famous Radio Center
Music Hall, Museum of Modern
Art, guided tour through Rocke-
feller Center, as well as one radio
or television show. On sale now,
the package vacations may be tak-
en any time up through
Nov. 30, the period during which
the Seaboard's reduced 30-day
coach fares are in effect.
..-^"~-"s
BISCAYNE DOG TRACK
Dentists to Install Officers
Greater Miami Alumni Chapter
of Alpha Omego, national dental
fraternity, will hold its annual in-
stallation program with an all-day
outing and evening dinner-dance
at the Westview Country Club on
May 25. Ladies' Auxiliary, headed
by Mrs. Harold Sweet, president,
will conduct its installation in con-
junction with the fraternity af-
fair. Dr. Melvin L. Becker, Miami,
is president of the local organiza-
tion.
Young South African to
Be Guest on Miami Beach,
Expected this week for a month
as house guest of Cantor and Mrs.
Philip H. Brummer, of Temple
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in London Synagogues.
Josy will arrive in Miami Beach
after a trip through Israel, Rome,
Zurich, Paris and England. Her
uncle, Morris, formerly a judge of
the Jewish Law Courts of the Brit-
ish Commonwealth, is now a resi-
dent of Beverley Hills, Calif. An-
other uncle, Isaac, occupies a pul-
pit in Brooklyn, N. Y.
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and Mrs. Brummer are cousins.
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Sigma Delia Tau
Installation Due
Lnnthcoa at tbe Mor.tc Carlo
hotel w-Jl be tbe ceae of Sigma
DtlMi Taa alaasaae iBstallabea oa
Mar tt Mrs Marvin Mcitus wiU
become president of the icafae
Other officers are the Mesdaacs
Philip Sp*er. first nee president.
Paal GoMnua. second vice presi-
dent: G Peter Well-, correspoad-
mj secretary: Bertram Waller, re-
cording secretary: Heward Green,
treasurer. Philip Lefkomitz. par-
liaaaeatanaa-
Mr> Morton A Grant will in-
stall new officers
r~n in laciiauil chairmen for
tbe 12:30 pa. affair are Mrs.
Da%:d Hochberj and Mr> Ben M)
ers. Reservation* for alaainae
member*, ianurr aad friends are ia
charge of Mrs. Howard Green
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Milliefi for teffvislMMj
Expend.'.ores tutalaag aaore than
one million dollars are planned for
Hollywood Beach hotel before tbe
resort oaeas for tbe 195S46 season.
according to aa aaaaaacemeet by
owner Bea Toatn
These abas mark aa accelera-
tion of a procram that was onj-
inalb planned to cover a four year
period. Last year more than $300.-
.000 was allocated to tbe initial
tae> of the program, when the
lobby was redecorated and 50 guest
rnnaii were completely refar-
btshed-
We plan to niitin Hollvwood
Beach hotel as South Florida's
leading resort and to bold our posi-
boa among the cour.tr> outstand-
ing hotels." Tootn said.
MM
Mrs. Immk President
Greater Miami Alumnae Asso-
ciatioa of .Alpha Epsilon Phi in-
stalled officers at a 12:30 p m.
luncheon Saturday in the Delano
Ratal
Mr* Marvin L. Zaak is the new
president, succeeding Mrs. Julian
Newbauer.
Other officers are Mrs. Arthur
Clark, vice president: Mrs. Ronald
Pallet, corresponding secretary:
Mi> Manlyn Cohen, recording sec-
retary: Mis* Maxine Oberman.
treasurer, and Mrs Jack Mades.
ember at-large.
Mr> Newbauer was installing
' officer Mrs Fred Atlas was lunch
! eon chairman
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1IDAY. MAY 20. 1955
lewist fhiHitr
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ci.TH'K IS* HEREBY OIVEN that
i iif I* i sinned. de.slrinK to enlace In
Kiiie.ss under the fietiiious name of
',i:i:\ RADIO TELEVISION
)MI'.\NV. at 7M1 S.W. 8th St.,
[o register said name with the
,k of the Circuit Court of Dude
inm. ***M
UKATRICE N El.MAN. Bole Owner
IWXMN "MAIM
leu noy for Applicant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ivrint'-W HEREBY OIVEN that
uouaniiani'il, desiring to nitMi;, I,,
miss undi-i ilit* fii'iltl'Mi* name "f
i\VN JEWEL COURT, at S475
Ixt Ave., Miami. Intend to reg-
Hald narae with the Clerk of the
ml Owl of-Kudo County, Florida
RJCDKRICK MILLER and
THERESA Ml 1.1.Kit
I I 27
[notice under-fictitious
NAME LAW
feOTIC-B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tHnderwigned, iIchIi-Iiik to engage in
new under the fictitious nmnc of
|UR MARKET, at 2L-2I B.W. nth
.. intend to register said name
i the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ounty, Florida.
I'llll.II' & HOSE CANTOR
13-20 J7
gOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iJoTICH TS HEREBY GIVEN that
jinder.-inncd. doslt ins lo engage In
s under the fictitious name of
Mill SALES, at 2417 N Miami
inue. Intends to register mi id luimi
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
pade c.....ity, Florida
MYRON LK BOYE
13-XO-iT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLirATinw
vi Plaintiff;
1KOROE ZEl'I-KJfKKI.i'
.,
ii. nmlKuorth "*?
LEGAL KOI
Ho
TICE Uo>ofeR'FACTITIOUS
NAME LAW
a HEREBY QIVEN thai
desiring t.. engage In
fictitious name of
NOTICE
the undersign,-
?""IncfH undo thr .
RABAT) siARKLINd seltzer CO.
Not Inc.), at 402 N W. 6th St., In-
tend: to reglatet .-... 1 name with the
' M* w(. JHLcijmi^ ym&^>< Pud.
Dtaten Island, New York
you are hereby notified that a mil
"f i omplalm for Divorce
irltV-seventh dnv of
May !..,.,. If y0U fail t,, do s,,. ],,._
ment by default will l. taken against
mn o?'.- e .'T"pf ''''"'""'led In the
mil of ( nmnlaliLL_
This notice sltW'WVWlsned
r*";i,yi'''e,( f"r f<"V ionsceiitlve
_nONE AMI flRHERBI) at Miami.
Florida, tins nth day of April, AJ>.
HOT,
led rjttsr
e wets
E 11, LEATHKR.MAN, '
clerk, Cfrcufl Court.
ieik
Dade County, Florida,
By JOAN COI KNovi:
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE CHER.TK0F
07 Olymp'a Building
Miami V2. Florid*
Attorney for Plaintiff
4'29 S/t-11-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Deputy CleVk
OF
IN
THE
AND
' ircuu i ourt 1 _.-. .-jl!*' "- ^'"wi i in* nwu
la |R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
:it. Sola owner h.H,AN.?ERY.-... Ne- 17W?6
ISRAEL JOHNSON', I'laintiff
JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
(TICE TS HEREBY OIVEN that
unl. rslgned, desiring to engage In
ness under the fictitious name .,f
: BIRTHDAY SHOP. ,,t 6047 S.W
St.. intend to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Conn
J'ade County. Florida
HENRY DUGAN
MILDRED A. IH'GAN
Issl.KR & OARS'
rneyj for Applicants
W. Flaglcr St.
l-Jo-27 r- .6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
no .-m under the fictitious name of
II: SHARON ANN BEAITY
|."N. at 1S627 S.W. 7th Ave..
flii Miami, Fla., intend to register
name with the Clerk of the
II Court of Hade County, Flor-
MARIA R. SPRINGER
IKRMAN IJ. SPRINGER, Owners
\ a S. MAEIt
kirney fi^ A |i|i||cants
^ I ..yne lildg.
1-20.27 8 ;
riCE-*(NDE4 rtCTltlOUS
NAME LAW
I E IS HEREBY OIVKN that
i.signed. desiring to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
BOLERO BAR, at IS2I North
lid
in
vs.
E. J. 0IB8ON, also known as
ELIZABETH .1. GIBSON,
et al. Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179490
FRIEDA i.iiKos. I'laintiff,
vs.
RC88EL LOKOS, Defendant
TO: RL'SSEL LOKOS
I'ierpont Hotel
.''."> I'ierpont Street
Brooklyn. NY
You are required to serve a cony of
your answer to the Bill of Complain I
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, and to file the original answer
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 13th day
of June. A.l>.. IW3; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will he taken as
confessed by vou.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Ihe
11th day of May, 19."3.
E, 11. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida.
By: WM. W, STOCKING,
pit curt Seah Deputy ':iera
: .Nnmfc iinil Aihlreaa oJ_
Plaintifrs f-olleitor:
MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN
1021 Seybold, Building, Miami, norid.i
" 13-:'"-:'; 6/3
ISO Reybold
5/8-13-20-27
Bldg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN- that
tie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name <,f
ALHAMBKA SUNDRIES, at 12105
E.W. 7th Avenue. North Miami, in-
tend to register said name with the
< letk of the Circuit Court of Dade
(ounty. Florida.
HARRY WBI8ER
JNN1E WE IS E It
...______ HERBERT TVEISER
NADI.ER & TINICK
Attorneys for Applicants
412 Blacayne Bldg.
4/:'9 :,-i 3-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VARIETY SERVICE STATION, al
.60 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register ml Id
name with the Clerk ..t the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida,
JESSIE VARIO and
SALLY GOODMAN, Owners
FREDERICK N BARAD. ESQ.
Attorney for Jeaela \' n lo
null sally Qoodman
1/11-20-27 8/3
\v fciK'il** to, regisier 'sail
ltMtlfc.<1s* Of the Clrcul
of iiade County, Plorida.
AI.BEIIT I.II'SCIIUTZ,
RSI.BR A OARS
for Applicant
VV. Flaglor St.
-***? til .
Owner
INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
inderalgned, desiring to engage in
'ess under the fictitious name "f
ILDMAN'S HOTEL, at It'll Col-
Avenue, Mltunl. Beach, Florida,
tnls to register said name with
''leek of the Circuit Court of
County, Horlda.
WALDMAN REALTY coup.
\ Florida corporation
; S1LVER8TEIN
V for Aplilieant
mcoln Road. Miami Beat h, Fla
:'(-27 /l
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
forit'E ij; HEREBY GIVEN that
Mieti. deaMng to eni
lit' uml.-r the fictitious name ..f
ll'I'.KN FIU'IT SHIPPERS, at 1319
: \\\ Miami Beach, In-
i :\>uv ..hi name ttli the
1 i tlio i 'ir, n,t Court p| dl
Flotilla.
OUS ALTERSON
ER .\ oaks
Applicant
r St.
." ''-lJ-i'O
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
l('E IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ned, desiring to i
ill i Hi.- fictitious name of
[.WII'AONE llollt BAR, al
v nit' mis t.....glater said
" iiit the Clerk <.f the Circuit
ol I ade County, Florida.
WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner
- I'.n A- OAKS
'" Applicant
Flaelcr St.
". 6-13-20
M COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
. ,, No. 2S741-B
I-STATE OF
:!;J-'ARD c FTIIEDMAN, a/k/a
LliiJi? '" EHIEDMAN. Di
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
' i i hereby gi\ en that I have
1 my final report and iietltlon for
'I Ulseharge. as Administratrix of
'-late of BERNARD C FRIED-
^. a/k/a l:l:i:N||.; c FRIEDMAN.
' edj and that on the l'.th day of
' i '. wHl applv to the llonor-
' I RANK B, DOWLING, County
Dade County, Florida, for
'."val "f Wld fhml' report and for
11 discharge as Admlnlalratrig of
Estate of BERNARD C. FH1ED-
J. f/k/a BBRNIB C. miED-
's 7th daj ,,f Mm-, I9i5.
JOYCE FRIEDMAN,
Admlnlstratrljt of the
I tale of
BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN,
a/k/.i
BERjfIB C. FRIEDMAN.
,!, Deceased
iti.E J. TALIANOFF
I i-L.f0,U Administratrix
Uneoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
AND
ORDER TO APPEAR
IN" THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: E. .1. GIBSON, also known as
ELIZABETH J, oilisoN, If
single, and If married, -her hus-
band whose name is unknown,
3311 Northwest 13th Street,
Washington. I>.(' ;
RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON,
if single, and If married, MRS.
RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON,
whose given name is unknown.
3311 Northwest 13th Streat,
Washington, D. C.;
CHARLES victor GIBSON, ir
sinule. and if married, MRS
CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON,
whose given narpe Is unknown,
S3I1 Northwest 13th Street,
Washington. D. C:
SYLVIA MAE C.IU80N, If single,
and if married, her husband
whose name is unknown, :l;ill
N.W 13th Street. Washington,
D. o :
AI.VIN I OAV and N A DA ISA-
BEL CAY. his wife. ::::u North-
west Kith Street, Washington,
D C.;
MORG \X J. DAWKS and 1.V1.A
MA/J'A IM\M:S, hi wife, 3311
Northwest 13th Street, Washing-
ton DC:
DOROTHY VIOLA OIBSOV, if
single, and If married, her hus-
hand hoss mime Ii unkno" n,
3311 Northwest 13th
Washington, D. C;
I'M'I.A lll'I.EN C.IBSON. If
single, and if married, her hus-
band whose name l~ unknown,
: -ill Noilhwe't 13th Street,
w isblngton, D. C.
All unknown heirs. devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against the ahove named de-
defendants, not known to be dead
or alive:
And also all other and unknown
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY SHIELDS CO, (Not Inc.).
at ,'iRlI S.W. !.th Terrace, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Ml'RRAY SHAPIRO
.'./13-20-27 6/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863
CHARLES MALINE, Plaintiff
vs.
OAR.NET E, MALINE, Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ti i. OARNET E MALINE
404 llussa Street
Linden, New Ji
TOD ARE HEREBY REQUIRED lo
serve a Copy of your answer to the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce In the above
cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and
file the original in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before
the :ioth day of May. IS.",."., otherwise
said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2.".th day of April, 1935.
i: II I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dadd county. Florida
BY WM W stock I NO
Deputy clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for I'laintiff
teOSeybold Building, Miami 12, Florida
4,29 3/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
oAitmi'.KAN novelties, at 1631
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk1 of the Circuit Court of
Dade Counts-. Florida.
ALFRED HEM.HERO (partner)
I.OTT1E llEii.HElto (partner)
KURT WELLI8CH
4/29 5/8-13-20
-
/!
persons having or claiming to
have any right, title ..t- Interest
In the property which Is the sub-
t matter of this suit, said
property Ivlng and being In Dado
County, Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows,
lo-wil:
T.ots 38. 37. 3S and 3H. Block P.
COMMERCIAL LIBERTY CITY
SECOND SECTION, according to
the ri.il th.oeof recorded In flat
Book 18 nt PasTe 55 of the Public
It, <..nls of Dade County Florida.
fOU \M> EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that a suit has tieen
filed In the shove-named Court by
the Plaintiff above-named, for the
purpose of quieting title of the Plain-
tiff In and to the property Involved
hcrelnnlmve described. ______
yur ARE HEREBY ORDERED
WD REQUIRED to flic your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the
Sth dav of June. 1956, and IndofaMt
of such Annesrance. s Decree Pro
Confseen will be entered against you
m4 eneh of vou. _
DONE AND ORDERED nt Ihe
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
this 27 dav of April, in"'"
5 E. B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hy WM W. STOCKING
Deputy
BEN ESSEN
Attotnev for Plaintiff
1014 Sevbold Building, Miami 32. Fla.
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179408
MELVIN i: ASPDEN, I'laintiff.
VS.
CLARICE M ASPDEN. Defendant.
To: CLARICE M ASPDEN
1000 Mai Ine Aver
Manhattan Beach', California
Vou are required to servi a copy
of your a&HWer t" the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce od the plaintiffs
attorney, snd to file the original an-
swer in the office "1 the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on fti before the 13th day
f .inn.-, a D. 1*56: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as confess-
ed by vou
Dated al Miami. Florida, this the
nth daj of May, ;:'5.'-.
i: r. LEATHERMAN,
c -letk of the Cin nit Court,
I 'ado ('oiint \.' Florida.
B< \l. c GREEN
(circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name ami Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
tejbold Building, Miami. Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179450
IRVING SPECTOR, Plaintiff
vs.
SEE.N'A SPECTOR, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SEENA SPECTOR
41-St 45th sir
Long Island cit\ .
N,w York, New York
Toil are hereby notified that a Bin
ot Complaint for Divorce has been
ratnkt jrou, and you are re-
quired I" serve a copj of your Answer
.,i pi. adlng i" the Bill of Comply nt
..ii tin plaintiffs Attorneys, KOVNER
,\ MANNHE1MER, 120 Lincoln Road.
Miami Hemh, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading lu the
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day 01
June IW5. If YOU fall to do so. judg-
ment b> default will be taken against
vou for the relief demanded In the
1,111 of Complaint. .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of May. A.D.
I1,:" K p, I.EATHERMAN.
cbrk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By R. H RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
5/13-20-27 6/J
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "l
SPOTLESS LAUNDRY We, Wash
it or Yog Wash It, at ,,01 E. Ninth
Street, Malta h. Florida, intends to
with
[with the Clerk of
"i Dade County,
Aitori'icy upbxj!
;-] ;-.'u-27
i poiiiition
>'i. .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
lloWEi.i. o KASE INSURANCE
AGENCT, at U70 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Reach. Florida. Intend to
' said name with the Clerk of
the cm,.a o.ii,rt of Dude County,
l lorlda.
lloWEi.i. o KASE509
JACK KRAI SE
1/13-20-27 1/a
-----ii I,, i---------------
-------Tit-----
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS'HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe ftCtlUoUS name of
INIVBRSITY PHARMACY, at 1600
Pon da Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
intends to register said name with the
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
..__ ARTlillt SI'ORCII
MORTON BEIGEI.
Attorney for Applicant
'.'" i Blacayne Bldg.
5/20-28 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDErt r;cTlTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEWIS ,v lewis, at 921 DuPont
Building. Miami, intend to legister
said name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
J. UERALD LEWIS
3/6-13-20.27 U 't,,1!":,!T LBW,a
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 171 of Hoi Ida
statutes Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts
whereh, \ o. TRANSFER A WARE-
HOUSE I'll, INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue Of its warehouse lien,
has in i,s possession the following de-
scribed property:
1 REFRIGERATOR AND 1 RANGE
as the property of DOROTHY JACK-
BON, lust known address M24 Alton
Road. Miami i'.eaeh; and 1 ROOMS
MISI "ELL \NE( il's HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE as the property of
ill \KI.ES P.. RING, 2"7 1st St .
Seining, Fla.: and that on the 18th
day of Mil.-., 1966, during the liii.il
hours of sale, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 2:00 In the afternoon, at
2049 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. I lor-
lda, the undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash In
band the above described property as
the property "f Dorothy Jackson and
Charles B. Ring.
DATED at .Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of May, IS.",."..
\ O. TRANSFER &
WAREHOUSE <".. inc.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA TERMINALS and FLOR-
IDA WAREHOUSE TERMINALS, al
One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to registei Bald name
with tin- clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Counly. Florida,
I.ol IS HEIMAN,
as Trustee for Brnlce Shirley
Weinkle under Trust Agreement
dated March -'-. 1144, recorded
in Deed Cook 1011, at page 181
of the Public Records Dade
County, Florida (one-half Inter-
I i
JULIAN I. WEINKLE
(undivided one-half int.
Petit loners
MYERS, HEIMAN K KAPLAN
Attornej for Petition, rs
V l'c-:'T 'i 5-10
Dr. Bernhard Kahn, a vice
chairman of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, who de-
voted more than 50 years of
his life to welfare and relief
activities on behalf of needy
Jews overseas, died Tues-
day, Apr. 26, in White Plains
(N.Y.) Hospital of a heart ail-
ment. Earlier this month he
had celebrated his 79th
birthday.
Advanced Commercial Art
Course at Lindsey Hopkins
Evening Trade Extension Divi-
sion of the Lindsey Hopkins Voca-
tional School is conducting a class
in advanced commercial art for
those who are employed, or tempo-
rarily unemployed, in the fields of
commercial art, window display
and advertising.
The course is designed to pro-
vide knowledge in new ways and
techniques of improving work for
advancement and consists of in-
struction in anatomy of letters, use
and application of materials, tuois,
surfaces and textures, and gildin,.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179021
\NNA ARONSON, Plaintiff,
J( ISEPH ARI iNS( IN, Defend.int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IOSEPH ARONSON
8207 North Salford Street
Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania,
You. JOSEPH ARONSON, are herc-
bs notified that a mil of Complaint
for Divorce ha en filed agali -i ou,
, ilrefl to sei i e i
of vour Answer or Plead Inn ti
Pill of I'onudalnt on the nlal
Attorneys, RICHARD A CROFF.
ESQS >."" Lincoln Ro.nl. M,ioii
1 lot Ida, and file the o
laswer or Pleisdlaj; In the office ol
the clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or
before the dth day of June. I96S I
,ou fall to do so. judgment by default
will l.e taliin stains! you for the ri lief
ded in the Itdl of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
a, this J8th day of April. A D.
K R. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dado i'ounty. Florida
Bj R ii. RICE, nt.
(Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk
RICHARD A- MFROFF
At torn e\ for Plaintiff
(MM l.ineoln Roiid, Miami P. ..eh. Mil.
3 8-lT-!0-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the underslaned, desh Ini to
bueiness under the fictitious mini
GENERAL SERVICES CO. tnot lno.1.
m 8S2o B.W. (3rd Court, Miami, Flo -
Ida ip ir Box His, Internal
Airport. -Miami. Horlda). intends to
register said mime with the C
of the Circuit Court of Dade I'nutin,
Florida
MERWIN ROSENBERi
TALlANl IFF, WALLER .v
UREENBEIta
Attorneya for Applicant
jl'o l.ineoln Road. Miami Beach, I'.i.
i :'ii-l'7 i ;'-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage I i
business under the fictitious mime .
MIAMI TILE CO., nt "'"'l B.W
. intends to register said nni
with the Cleik of the Circuit Coi I
ol Dade County, Horlda.
M I, ZANK
ii ::-1ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i
the undersigned, desiring to engage i-
bunlnens mi. the fictitious name
WALTER'S PKAITY SALON,
\ W Ttli Ave., Intends to I
ter said mime itii the l"Ii i
i "ourt of Dade 'ount.i. F
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NEWS of the I
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
"Here it is iust ten years after V-E Day. and hem we arc in Car-
many'* arms," the New York Post wrote on Germany* admittance into
NATO. "Just ten years ago the world heard the great news: German '
Nazism had formally surrendered. Adolph Hitler's Thou>and Year
Reich' lay in rates. We are thinking of that anniversary," the Past edi-
torialized, "and all the motions identified with it. as this story came
over the AP wire: Dulles flew to Paris declaring that a new Europe. '
united, free and secure is assured with Germany's entry into NATO
. Sine* the end of World War II, the IS ha> become a party to 18
major treaties deigned to restore peace and to strengthen the free
world against aggression. The American Jewish Committee has is-
sued a 20-pe9e booklet, 'Religion In Public Education,' which sharply
criticizes efforts to introduce a religious emphasis in the public school ,
em. The document was made public last week ui Washington during
a three-day meeting of the executive board As a result of a complaint
filed by the American Jewish Congress, the New York State Probation
Commission ha- disapproved a religious quota system selecting proba-
tion officers for Children's Courts. .
The Rabbinical Assembly of America. :n session at Highland Park.
Ill. has called upon Congress to enact legislation granting Federal
funds for public schools which do not practice segregation. During
a cornerstone ceremony for the new Senator Robert F. Wajner, Sr. Jun-
ior High SenI in Manhattan, attended bj tfajmf Wagner and many edu
cator- including a number of Jewish teacher- and students, the Mir.,
giving the invocation three time- invoked the name of Christ to whose
glory- he said- 'he building was erected Orthodox Rabbi Yehudah B
Perkin. disturbed over imposition of l hn-t upon Jewish children, has
protested to Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Jansen The Cen- ,
sus Bureau is planning a country-wide survey of religious organisations '
ne*t year. But first Congress must approve a Bill granting one million '
dollars for the work. Speaking at the dedication of the new Temple
of the Washington Hebrew Congregation, President Eisenhower indi-
cated that he was the official head of "a great nation that is religious
ir. its background and which has a spiritual background on which to
stand ". .
Special assistant to President Eisenhower Dr. Kevon C. McCann,
addressing the 34th annual convention of the National Association of
Educational Buyer- in New York, declared that America had entered
an era of increasing prosperity, "the like of which the world has not
known in the la-t three or four centuries." Newsweek's Associate Edi-
tor Cordon C. Hamilton, returning from a trip to Israel, reports that
"the kaleidoscope of Israel changes with every twist in the irrigation
pipe with every page of the Hebrew calendar Seldom," Hamilton says,
"has the face of any land been so lifted as Israel's has during the past
seven years. As 50 new farming cooperatives sprout in the once barren
fee within a dozen month-, a single saying is on everyone- lip-: 'It
wasn't here yesterday'." Mr. Hamilton add*: "If there is a -ingle factor.
1 of war. that would be most di-a-tn.u- to I-rael's planning, it would
be the resumpt.on of mas* immigration "
ISRAEL
Israeli and Egyptian representatives sat down together last week
to c n-ider Maj Gen. K 1. M Burn- proposals for quieting the situa-
tion "T. the Gaza border. The unique meeting was held in a cabin near
the demarcation line of the Egypt held Gaza strip. It is reported that
Burr.s is determined to put a stop to infiltration and marauding. .
Replying to statements made by the Egyptian Premier Nasser to News-
men to the effect that there were two schools of thought in Israelone
in favor of peaceful coexistence with the Arab- and one led by David
Bur-Gurion which sought to tot**, the Arab Israel problem by force
a Foreign Ministry spokesman stated la-t weak that The Ben-Gurion
school of thought remains the school of thought of the State of Israel."
namely. "Israel wishes to see a free, independent and progressive Egypt,
there being no justification for border disputes." Thousands of
Druseswho>e mysterious religion is based on a belief in Jethro. Moses'
father-in-lawgathered in the Galilean town of Hittim last week for
thenr annual holy day in honor of Jethro Numbering about 17.000, sev-
eral Druse leaders are running for office in the forthcoming Knesset
elections. .
During a mass meeting in Haifa recently. Minister of Health Joseph
Serlin. a General Zionist, declared that "it was regrettable that national
security had been injected as an issue by the leftist parties in both the
Histadmth and Knesset elections He charged that "High ranking offi
cers. who were major contributing factors to victory in the War of
Liberation, are being besmirched." A Japanese industrial group, '
which visited Israel for ten days, has offered to build a railroad from j
Sodom to Elath In return for the 16 million dollar construction job. '
Lsrael has offered to export salt and phosphates to Japan. Syrians,
disgusted with the civilian governments which followed the overthrow
a year ago of the Military Dictator. Adib Shishekly. are agate on the
verge of another revolution. A movement is afoot to bring shishekly
back.
EUROPE
Sholem Asch, who has arrived in London after spending several
months in Israel, told a Jewish Chronicle reporter that it was essential
that every Jew should participate personally in the building of Israel
by working there at least a year. He said that giving money was not
sufficient as an alternative. Mr. Asch also criticized the attitude of some
religious Jews in Israel. He was particularly bitter against the Rabbis
who. he said, had neglected the youth. With Western Germany's ac-
ceptance as a sovereign state, followed by a meeting of the foreign min-
isters of the seven nations in the Western-European Union to organize
their defense alliance, an announcement came from East Germany's
Premier, Otto Grotewohl. that the Soviet bloc in Europe would set up
n Eastern counterpart to the Western Union. A Kremlin sponsored
meeting in Warsaw is now being planned. At the same time. H is re-
ported from Moscow that the presidium of the Supreme Soviet has ap-
proved a decision to scrap the Soviet Union's friendship pacts with
Britain and France in retaliation for West German armament. For-
mer French Premier Pierre Mendes France has taken his first step to-
ward a comeback. Still the most popular man in France, he has the sup-
port of the rank an file deputies in all the parties of the non-Communist
left.
THE AMERICAS
The Catholic P*ron feud has intensified. Saber-swinging mounted
police broke up a parade through Buenos Aires last week as Roman
Catholics demonstrated their loyalty to the church in its present strug-
gle with the Argentine government Each day sees more and more
priests being arrested.
PEOPLE
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel SeJfc, parents of Dr. Jonah E Salk. have been
named the "Jewish Parents of the Year" by the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York. The scroll was presented at the Federa-
tion's headquarters by President Salim L Lewis, who said that the
award was made in cooperation with 116 affilated agencies, the Jewish
Family Service and the New York Board of Rabbis. Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt will receive the 1954 Nansen Medal in recognition of her
"services to the humanitarian causes of refugees." the Nansen Award
committee announced last week. Harry S. Truman celebrated his
71st birthday last Sunday by presiding over the groundbreaking of the
Harry S Truman Library Appearing robust and vigorous. Mr. Truman
plans to direct the library activities himself. Rabbi Mordecei Kirsch-
blum, president of the Mtxraehi. will be honored on the completion of
20 years of sen-ice to traditional Jndai.-m and Israel at a testimonial
dinner during the month of Jone in fiVe cities. The first will be held
in New York on June 5. Adolph Held, founder of the JDC and presi-
dent of the Jewish Forward, will receive the salute of the biennial con-
ference of the Jewish Labor Committe. of which he is chairman, on the
occasion of his 70th birthday. ____________
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1IDAY. MAY 20. 1955 • l ewist fhiHitr LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ci.TH'K IS* HEREBY OIVEN that %  i iif I* i sinned. de.slrinK to enlace In Kiiie.ss under the fietiiious name of ',i:i:\ RADIO TELEVISION )MI'.\NV. at 7M1 S.W. 8th St., [o register said name with the ,k of the Circuit Court of Dude inm. ***M UKATRICE N El.MAN. Bole Owner IWXMN "MAIM leu noy for Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ivrint'-W HEREBY OIVEN that uouaniiani'il, desiring to nitMi;, I,, miss undi-i ilit* fii'iltl'Mi* name "f i\VN JEWEL COURT, at S475 Ixt Ave., Miami. Intend to regHald narae with the Clerk of the ml Owl of-Kudo County, Florida RJCDKRICK MILLER and THERESA Ml 1.1.Kit I I 27 [NOTICE UNDER-FICTITIOUS NAME LAW feOTIC-B IS HEREBY GIVEN that tHnderwigned, IICHII-IIIK to engage in new under the fictitious nmnc of |UR MARKET, at 2L-2I B.W. nth .. intend to register said name i the Clerk of the Circuit Court ounty, Florida. I'llll.II' & HOSE CANTOR 13-20 J7 gOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iJoTICH TS HEREBY GIVEN that jinder.-inncd. doslt ins lo engage In s under the fictitious name of Mill SALES, at 2417 N Miami inue. Intends to register mi id luimi the Clerk of the Circuit Court pade c ity, Florida MYRON LK BOYE 13-XO-iT LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLirATinw vi Plaintiff; 1KOROE ZEl'I-KJfKKI.i' ., ii. nmlKuorth %  "* % •— LEGAL KOI Ho TICE Uo>ofeR'FACTITIOUS NAME LAW a HEREBY QIVEN thai desiring t.. engage In fictitious name of NOTICE the undersign,% ""•IncfH undo thr RABAT) siARKLINd SELTZER CO. Not Inc.), at 402 N W. 6th St., Intend: to reglatet %  -... 1 name with the M* w ( JHLCIJMI^ ym&^>< %  Pud. Dtaten Island, New York YOU are hereby notified that a mil "f i omplalm for Divorce irltV-seventh dnv of May !..,.,. If y 0U fail t,, do s ,,. ]„,,._ ment by default will l„. taken against mn o?'.e .'T" pf ''''"'""'led In the mil of ( nmnlaliLL_ This notice sltW'WVWlsned r*";i,y i ''' e,( f r f< "V ionsceiitlve _nONE AMI flRHERBI) at Miami. Florida, tins nth day of April, AJ>. HOT, led rjttsr e wets E 11, LEATHKR.MAN, clerk, Cfrcufl Court. •ieik Dade County, Florida, By JOAN COI KNovi: (Circuit Court Seal) GEORGE CHER.TK0F 07 Olymp'a Building Miami V2. Florid* Attorney for Plaintiff 4'29 — S/t-11-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Deputy CleVk OF IN THE AND ircuu i ourt 1 _.-. — .-jl!*' %  ^'"wi i in* nwu la |£R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN :it. Sola owner h. H AN .? ERY .-... Ne 17W ?6 ISRAEL JOHNSON', I'laintiff JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW (TICE TS HEREBY OIVEN that unl. rslgned, desiring to engage In ness under the fictitious name .,f : BIRTHDAY SHOP. ,,t 6047 S.W St.. intend to register said name the Clerk of the Circuit Conn J'ade County. Florida HENRY DUGAN MILDRED A. IH'GAN Issl.KR & OARS' rneyj for Applicants W. Flaglcr St. l-Jo-27 r.6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in no .-M under the fictitious name of II: SHARON ANN BEAITY |."N. at 1S627 S.W. 7th Ave.. flii Miami, Fla., intend to register name with the Clerk of the II Court of Hade County, FlorMARIA R. SPRINGER IKRMAN IJ. SPRINGER, Owners \ %  % % % % %  a S. MAEIt kirney fi^ A |i|i||cants ^ I ..yne lildg. 1-20.27 8 ; riCE-*(NDE4 rtCTltlOUS NAME LAW I E IS HEREBY OIVKN that ••i.signed. desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of BOLERO BAR, at IS2I North lid in vs. E. J. 0IB8ON, also known as ELIZABETH .1. GIBSON, et al. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179490 FRIEDA I.IIKOS. I'laintiff, vs. RC88EL LOKOS, Defendant TO: RL'SSEL LOKOS I'ierpont Hotel .''."> I'ierpont Street Brooklyn. NY You are required to serve a cony of your answer to the Bill of Complain I for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of June. A.l>.. IW3; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will he taken as confessed by vou. Dated at Miami. Florida, this Ihe 11th day of May, 19."3. E, 11. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court. Hade County, Florida. By: WM. W, STOCKING, pit curt Seah Deputy ':iera : .Nnmfc iinil Aihlreaa oJ_ Plaintifrs f-olleitor: MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN 1021 Seybold, Building, Miami, norid.i 13-:'"-:'; — 6/3 ISO Reybold 5/8-13-20-27 Bldg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVENthat tie undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name <,f ALHAMBKA SUNDRIES, at 12105 E.W. 7th Avenue. North Miami, intend to register said name with the < letk of the Circuit Court of Dade (ounty. Florida. HARRY WBI8ER JNN1E WE IS E It ... HERBERT TVEISER NADI.ER & TINICK Attorneys for Applicants 412 Blacayne Bldg. 4/:'9 — :,-i 3-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VARIETY SERVICE STATION, al .•60 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register ML Id name with the Clerk ..t the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, JESSIE VARIO and SALLY GOODMAN, Owners FREDERICK N BARAD. ESQ. Attorney for Jeaela \' n lo null sally Qoodman 1/11-20-27 — 8/3 %  \v fciK'il** to, regisier 'sail ltMtlfc.<1s* Of the Clrcul of iiade County, Plorida. AI.BEIIT I.II'SCIIUTZ, RSI.BR A OARS for Applicant VV. Flaglor St. • • -***? — til Owner INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that inderalgned, desiring to engage in 'ess under the fictitious name "f ILDMAN'S HOTEL, at It'll ColAvenue, Mltunl. Beach, Florida, tnls to register said name with ''leek of the Circuit Court of County, Horlda. WALDMAN REALTY coup. \ Florida corporation ; S1LVER8TEIN V for Aplilieant mcoln Road. Miami Beat h, Fla :'(-27 — /l |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW forit'E ij; HEREBY GIVEN that Mieti. deaMng to eni lit' uml.-r the fictitious name ..f ll'I'.KN FIU'IT SHIPPERS, at 1319 %  : \\\ Miami Beach, Ini %  :\>uv ..HI name ttli the 1 i tlio i 'ir, n,t Court p| dl Flotilla. OUS ALTERSON ER .\ OAKS Applicant r St. ." ''-lJ-i'O |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l( 'E IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ned, desiring to i ill i Hi.fictitious name of [.WII'AONE llollt BAR, al v nit' mis t glater said iiit the Clerk <.f the Circuit ol I ade County, Florida. „ WILLIAM A. BAKER, Owner I'.n AOAKS '"• Applicant Flaelcr St. ". %  6-13-20 M COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,, No. 2S741-B %  I-STATE OF :!;J-'ARD c FTIIEDMAN, a/k/a LliiJi? '" EHIEDMAN. Di NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE %  i • i %  • hereby gi\ en that I have 1 my final report and iietltlon for %  'I Ulseharge. as Administratrix of %  •-late of BERNARD C FRIED•^. a/k/a l:l:i:N||.; c FRIEDMAN. edj and that on the l'.th day of i '. wHl applv to the llonor' I RANK B, DOWLING, County Dade County, Florida, for '." val f Wld fhml' report and for 11 discharge as Admlnlalratrig of Estate of BERNARD C. FH1EDJ. f/k/a BBRNIB C. miED's 7th daj ,,f Mm-, I9i5. JOYCE FRIEDMAN, Admlnlstratrljt of the I tale of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN, a/k/.i BERjfIB C. FRIEDMAN. ,! %  %  „ Deceased iti.E J. TALIANOFF I i-L. f0, U Administratrix Uneoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AND ORDER TO APPEAR IN" THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: E. .1. GIBSON, also known as ELIZABETH J, oilisoN, If single, and If married, -her husband whose name is unknown, 3311 Northwest 13th Street, Washington. I>.(' ; RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON, if single, and If married, MRS. RICHMOND IIARTILL GIBSON, whose given name is unknown. 3311 Northwest 13th Streat, Washington, D. C.; CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON, ir sinule. and if married, MRS CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON, whose given narpe Is unknown, S3I1 Northwest 13th Street, Washington. D. C: SYLVIA MAE C.IU80N, If single, and if married, her husband whose name is unknown, :l;ill N.W 13th Street. Washington, D. o : AI.VIN I OAV and N A DA ISABEL CAY. his wife. ::::u Northwest Kith Street, Washington, D C.; MORG \X J. DAWKS and 1.V1.A MA/J'A IM\M:S, hi wife, 3311 Northwest 13th Street, Washington DC: • • DOROTHY VIOLA OIBSOV, if single, and If married, her hushand hoss mime Ii unkno" n, 3311 Northwest 13th Washington, D. C; I'M'I.A lll'I.EN C.IBSON. If single, and if married, her husband whose name l~ unknown, : -ill Noilhwe't 13th Street, w isblngton, D. C. All unknown heirs. devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against the ahove named dedefendants, not known to be dead or alive: And also all other and unknown NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlns to engage In business under the fictitious name of MURRAY SHIELDS CO, (Not Inc.). at ,'iRlI S.W. !.th Terrace, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Ml'RRAY SHAPIRO .'./13-20-27 — 6/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178863 CHARLES MALINE, Plaintiff vs. OAR.NET E, MALINE, Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND Ti i. OARNET E MALINE 404 llussa Street Linden, New Ji TOD ARE HEREBY REQUIRED lo serve a Copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above cause, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the :ioth day of May. IS.",."., otherwise said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 2.".th day of April, 1935. i: II I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dadd county. Florida BY WM W STOCK I NO Deputy clerk MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for I'laintiff teOSeybold Building, Miami 12, Florida 4,29 — 3/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of oAitmi'.KAN NOVELTIES, at 1631 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk 1 of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts-. Florida. ALFRED HEM.HERO (partner) I.OTT1E llEii.HElto (partner) KURT WELLI8CH 4/29 — 5/8-13-20 — /! persons having or claiming to have any right, title ..tInterest In the property which Is the subt matter of this suit, said property Ivlng and being In Dado County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows, lo-wil: T.ots 38. 37. 3S and 3H. Block P. COMMERCIAL LIBERTY CITY SECOND SECTION, according to the ri.il th.oeof recorded In flat Book 18 nt PasTe 55 of the Public It, <..nls of Dade County Florida. fOU \M> EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has tieen filed In the shove-named Court by the Plaintiff above-named, for the purpose of quieting title of the Plaintiff In and to the property Involved hcrelnnlmve described. yur ARE HEREBY ORDERED WD REQUIRED to flic your Appearance In said suit on or before the Sth dav of June. 1956, and IndofaMt of such Annesrance. s Decree Pro Confseen will be entered against you m4 eneh of vou. DONE AND ORDERED nt Ihe Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, this 27 dav of April, in"'" 5 E. B. I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Hy WM W. STOCKING Deputy BEN ESSEN Attotnev for Plaintiff — 1014 Sevbold Building, Miami 32. Fla. 4/29 — 5/6-13-20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179408 MELVIN i: ASPDEN, I'laintiff. VS. CLARICE M ASPDEN. Defendant. To: CLARICE M ASPDEN 1000 Mai Ine Aver • Manhattan Beach', California Vou are required to servi a copy of your a&HWer t" the Hill of Complaint for Divorce od the plaintiffs attorney, snd to file the original answer in the office "1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on fti before the 13th day f .inn.-, A D. 1*56: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by vou Dated al Miami. Florida, this the nth daj of May, ;:'5.'-. i: r. LEATHERMAN, c -letk of the Cin nit Court, I 'ado ( 'oiint \.' Florida. B< \l. c GREEN (circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name ami Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN tejbold Building, Miami. Florida NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179450 IRVING SPECTOR, Plaintiff vs. SEE.N'A SPECTOR, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SEENA SPECTOR 41-St 45th sir Long Island cit\ N,w York, New York Toil are hereby notified that a Bin ot Complaint for Divorce has been ratnkt jrou, and you are required I" serve a copj of your Answer .,i pi. adlng i" the Bill of Comply nt ..ii tin plaintiffs Attorneys, KOVNER ,\ MANNHE1MER, 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Hemh, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading lu the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day 01 June IW5. If YOU fall to do so. judgment b> default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the 1,111 of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 10th day of May. A.D. I1,: K p, I.EATHERMAN. cbrk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By R. H RICE. JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 5/13-20-27 — 6/J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "l SPOTLESS LAUNDRY We, Wash it or Yog Wash It, at ,,01 E. Ninth Street, Malta h. Florida, intends to with [ with the Clerk of "i Dade County, Aitori'icy UPBXJ! • •;-] ;-.'u-27 • i poiiiition % %  >'i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name of lloWEi.i. o KASE INSURANCE AGENCT, at U70 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach. Florida. Intend to •' said name with the Clerk of the cm,.a o.ii, r t of Dude County, l lorlda. lloWEi.i. o KASE—509 JACK KRAI SE •1/13-20-27 — 1/a ii I i T i t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS'HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe ftCtlUoUS name of INIVBRSITY PHARMACY, at 1600 Pon da Leon Blvd., Coral Gables intends to register said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ..„__ ARTlillt SI'ORCII MORTON BEIGEI. Attorney for Applicant '.'" i Blacayne Bldg. 5/20-28 — 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDErt r;cTlTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEWIS ,v LEWIS, at 921 DuPont Building. Miami, intend to legister said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. J. UERALD LEWIS 3/6-13-20.27 U t,,1! :,!T LBW,a NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter 171 of Hoi Ida statutes Annotated (1941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts whereh, \ o. TRANSFER A WAREHOUSE I'll, INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue Of its warehouse lien, has in i, s possession the following described property: 1 REFRIGERATOR AND 1 RANGE as the property of DOROTHY JACKBON, lust known address M24 Alton Road. Miami i'.eaeh; and 1 ROOMS MISI "ELL \NE( il's HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE as the property of ill \KI.ES P.. RING, 2"7 1st St Seining, Fla.: and that on the 18th day of Mil.-., 1966, during the liii.il hours of sale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the afternoon, at 2049 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. I lorlda, the undersigned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash In band the above described property as the property "f Dorothy Jackson and Charles B. Ring. DATED at .Miami. Florida, this 16th day of May, IS.",.".. \ O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE <".. INC. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA TERMINALS and FLORIDA WAREHOUSE TERMINALS, al One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to registei Bald name with tinclerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counly. Florida, I.ol IS HEIMAN, as Trustee for Brnlce Shirley Weinkle under Trust Agreement dated March -'-. 1144, recorded in Deed Cook 1011, at page 181 of the Public Records •' Dade County, Florida (one-half Inter• I i JULIAN I. WEINKLE (undivided one-half int. Petit loners MYERS, HEIMAN K KAPLAN Attornej for Petition, rs V L'C-:'T — 'i 5-10 Dr. Bernhard Kahn, a vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, who devoted more than 50 years of his life to welfare and relief activities on behalf of needy Jews overseas, died Tuesday, Apr. 26, in White Plains (N.Y.) Hospital of a heart ailment. Earlier this month he had celebrated his 79th birthday. Advanced Commercial Art Course at Lindsey Hopkins Evening Trade Extension Division of the Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School is conducting a class in advanced commercial art for those who are employed, or temporarily unemployed, in the fields of commercial art, window display and advertising. The course is designed to provide knowledge in new ways and techniques of improving work for advancement and consists of instruction in anatomy of letters, use and application of materials, tuois, surfaces and textures, and gildin,. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179021 \NNA ARONSON, Plaintiff, J( ISEPH ARI iNS( IN, Defend.int SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IOSEPH ARONSON 8207 North Salford Street Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania, You. JOSEPH ARONSON, are hercbs notified that a mil of Complaint for Divorce ha • %  • en filed agali -i %  ou, ilrefl to sei i e i of vour Answer or Plead Inn ti Pill of I'onudalnt on the nlal Attorneys, RICHARD A %  CROFF. ESQS >•." %  "• Lincoln Ro.nl. M,ioii 1 lot Ida, and file the o laswer or Pleisdlaj; In the office ol the clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or before the dth day of June. I96S I ,ou fall to do so. judgment by default will l.e taliin stains! you for the ri lief ded in the Itdl of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, a, this J8th day of April. A D. K R. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dado i'ounty. Florida Bj R II. RICE, nt. (Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk RICHARD AMFROFF At torn e\ for Plaintiff (MM l.ineoln Roiid, Miami P. ..eh. Mil. 3 8-lT-!0-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the underslaned, desh Ini to bueiness under the fictitious mini • GENERAL SERVICES CO. tnot lno.1. M 8S2o B.W. (3rd Court, Miami, Flo Ida IP ir Box His, Internal Airport. -Miami. Horlda). intends to register said mime with the C of the Circuit Court of Dade I'nutin, Florida MERWIN ROSENBERi TALlANl IFF, WALLER .v UREENBEIta Attorneya for Applicant JL'O l.ineoln Road. Miami Beach, I'.i. i :'II-L'7 — i ;'-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage I i business under the fictitious mime MIAMI TILE CO., nt "'"'l B.W intends to register said nni with the Cleik of the Circuit Coi I ol Dade County, Horlda. M I, ZANK — ii ::-1II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i the undersigned, desiring to engage i bunlnens mi. the fictitious name %  WALTER'S PKAITY SALON, \ W Ttli Ave., Intends to I ter said mime itii the l"Ii i • i "ourt of Dade 'ount.i. F Jl IHN W. SL'LLENBERi A ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti ncridi&n solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 8 A Tamara Women's Installation Due Alfred Stone, reeleeted pre-lent of Tamara Mizrachi. will be Stalled at a luncheon and garden party on Tuesday noon. May 124. at the Blackstone hotel rider Gross, principal • P the Hebrew Academy, will be guest speaker and installing officer Id charge of arrangements are Mrs Israel Yulish. chairman. Mry Farher. co-chairman, and the Mesdames Sidney Marguhes. Sternstnin. Sam Herman and Morris Dubler • her officers to be installed are vice presidents, the Mesdames Max Frank. Israel Yuli-h. Alexander Gross. Charles Turk: treasurer. MrIrving Levy; financial secretary. Mrs Sidney Marguhes. social secretary. Mrs Irving Shalom; recording secretarv MrMai iistein: corresponding secretary. Mrs. ttdore Spolter i to be installed are the folng committee chairmen: memhip. Mrs Israel Yulish and MrSam Herman: child restoraMrMax Frank. dueMan >d; journal committee. Betty -: with Rhoda Margulies a-, corman: political. Helen Green%  boUetin, Mrs. Charles Turk: phone squad. Till" 1 Dubler: edu00 and vocational. Minna Barice. Ida Poru-h. :-h National Fund. Sadie rar. Esther Pol Vitality. Betty Levitt; dime banks. Fannie Liebman: program, e; Gross; arrangements. Yera Turk; refreshment-. Yona SternBes.su Gotsfeld boxes, F.dna public• • ". Dawwith Hellman as co-chairman. •he luncheon will •he distribution of the annual Tuil. whit %  piled under the chairmanship of Mrs Pi < l"1 the joun eh is the main fund rai u> of-tlx towards the • lopment of a Drogram of social services, in which young and :ike receiw not only relief assistance, but educational and cul*ur; I opportunities designed to help newcomers become producI itizens of their new land 1-rael +JmM< HcrkMan AJCongress Will tnttall Mrs. Benjamin Kamen; Prof. Clarke to be Heard ^AY^MAY^J of American Jewi-h ress on Tue-<].i\ noon at the CoMrs. Benjamin Kamen will be installed president of the Miami chapter (.i : mbus hotel. Installing officer will be Judge, loiifdon. <.uest speaker jstff; be Mrs Charl* s Feinberg. national' vice president of the AJCongreWomen's Division Other officers to be installed in elude the Mesdames Joseph Fine, honorary president; Joseph \\ man. Louis Haffner and David Brodsky. vice presidents: Alfred 1 Rubenstein. treasurer; Edward Goldstein, financial secretary. The Mesdames Lyda Friedberg. recording secretary: A. I. Saltzman. corresponding secretary; Gisella I New lander, corresponding secretary': and Abe Katz. social secretary Chairman of the installation luncheon is Mrs Saltman. Musical renditions will be presented by Mrs. Leah Levin, accompanied by MrEstelle Hober' man. Prof. Edward B. Clarke, of the I'niversity of Miami, will reMew the book, "Form Divine," by 1 Hildegarde Daw son. Berke Unveiling The dedication o| to the memory of ,h, n, *V Berke. formerly „, ^J^.S J. will take puee^ S 22. 12.30 pm. at th e nL?M Lodge. Knights o| i-v lhla ""**M Mt Sinai Memorial (4*7 P,ot with Rabbi Alfred Wm*Berke s survived b>^r.' He was a veteran of Wari £ II. a member of Harvey SIM ^ American Legion and thT|2J Lodge of the Knight, „[%> Arrangements are In ch*?* 1 Palmer's Miam, M.-nunS' 1 ^ pany. Friends and rela,!/* asked to be present ** Levine Unveiling The dedication of a roonunwt Working on final arrangements for installation dinner and garden *,ea party of Tamara Mizrachi on Tuesday noon. May Picnic Slated Sunday 24, at the Blackstone hotel aje (seated, left to right) Mrs. Sidney Margulies and Mrs. Morris Dubler. Lookinq on are (standing) Mrs. Sam Herman and Mrs. Max Sternstein. Not in photo ate Mrs. Israel Yulish and Mrs. Shirley Farber, co-chairmen of arrangements committee. Plans are being made by the Israelite Center religious school for a picnic at Matheson Hammock on Sunday. May 29. Sam Fata* chairman to the memory ol the iate 2* Levine will take place Sunday £ 22. 10 a.m.. at Mt Nebo (fc£5f. with Rabbi Max Shap.ro ofg ing. Mrs. Levine is Urvive(] T her husband. Hymic: one son kr. thur: a daughter. Sandra her Z ents, Mr. and Mrs Abe fasten brother. Earl Casten; also twoik. ters residing in California rangements are in charge of Da* Monument Inc. Friends and rcn, lives are asked to attend. Final Meeting of Season Kneseth Israel Sisterhood wffl hold its final meeting of the scum Tuesday evening, Ma> 24 Prognu will feature Adenah Ruth Stadia I and Sarah Gili in Israeli danca Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein will read from the works of Sholem A* chem. North Shore Center P.T.A. Will Install Officers Installation luncheon of the Par• Teacher Association of the North Shore Jewish (enter took place at the Johnina hotel on Tuesday noon. Honored guests were Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor and Mrs. Edward Klein and Mr. and Mrs. -Abraham Gittelson. Officers installed by Rabbi V ramowitz. spiritual leader of the Center, are president, Mrs Louis Mendelsohn: vice presidents. MrPhilip Jacoby. M r I. Samuel B : Iman. Mrs Franklin Nankin and Mrs. Leon A Rapee; recording secretary. Mrs. Robert S. Block: ponding secretary. Mrs. Era Fl -enthal: financial secretary. Daniel Wagner: treasurer. Mr-. Ray Morse; and hospitality, MrJack Saifman and Mrs Abe and Mendelssohn Oratorio Slated The oratorio "Elijah.'' by Felix idelsaote, will be presented by the University of Miami Choruired Smith, conductor, at Beaumont Hall on Monday evening. May 23 Soloists for thiperformances will be Joyce Albrecht and Rosemarie Kascher. soprano: Patsy Mt ton. contralto: Fred Cushman, tenors, and George Gibson, baritone. Accompanists will be Betty Ha-eltine. pianist, and Joan Cornberg, organist. Miss Sandra Boisol June Graduate Wins Two-Year Scholarship Sandra Helen Bossack has won a two year scholarship to the University of Miami in the Miami Civ! itan Club's 29th annual essay contest Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel R. Bossak. 3894 NW 2nd ter Subject of this \e,,r e.-ay contest was "The Privileges and Duties of a Citizen Sandra, a June graduate of Miami Senior High School, plans to major in the school of education. ( She is past senior director of Antchor. international girls service club. She is also a member of Trii Alpha, scholarship honorary society Sandra is curre.irly vice president of Temple Israel Youth Group. Genera/ Membership Meeting Next general membership meeting of the Young Adult Group of Temple Emanu-El will take place in the social hall on Wednesday evening. Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3540 N.W. 54th St. Flondas Largest WHolnalt Manufacturer of Picture Frames. 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SAY, MAY 20, llss ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 3 B ^NTICELLO PARK CONGRE,. will hold Friday evening Ices at 6:30 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Isaac N. Lerer, of La j. Wis., officiating. Saturday [irig services are at 9. Mincha be at 6 p.m. • • fcBREW ACADEMY will hold Ly evening services at 6:30. Way morning services are at 9. hi Alexander Gross will preach he Weekly Portion. Mincha is tl5 p.m., followed by Shalos os. Daily services will be at p.m. and 6:35 p.m., with SunI morning services scheduled FERETH ISRAEL NORTHCENTER will hold Friday ing services at 8:30 p.m. Rab[braham Herson will discuss: We Moving Toward Sinai?" Dr Albert Glantz will render ousical portions of the liturgy. Shabbat will follow. Saturnorning services are at 9. Sub bf the sermon is scheduled as: {steps in the Land." • )RTH DADE JEWISH CEN[will hold Friday evening servat 8:15. Services will be conpd by members of the Men's Melvin Shrago, president, officiate. Sermon will be defed by Arnold Stern. Cantor nee Neu will render the musisrtions of the liturgy. Oneg bat will follow. Saturday |ing services are at 9. Rabbi Okolica will preach on the "Wandering in the Desert." services are at 7:30 a.m. and >LE SINAI of Hollywood lold Friday evening services p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro (discuss: "Teach Me to Bc|" Name-giving ceremony will (id for the daughter of Dr. and Bernard Milloff. Cantor JoIW. Malek and the choir under lirection of Rev. Mordechai nan will render the musical fens of the liturgy. Oneg Shabnll follow. Saturday morning ces are at 9. Rabbi Shapiro discuss the Weekly Portion, morning services are at 9. • • • IESETH ISRAEL CONCRETION will hold Friday evening ces at 6:30. Saturday morning Ices are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah will preach on the topic: Jumbers Count." Cantor AbraSeif will officiate. Class in fcs of the Fathers is at 6 p.m. fha will be at 6:45, followed by tiv at 7:15. • • • .AGLER-GRANADA JEWISH tUNITY CENTER will hold lay evening services at 6:30. |rday morning services are at Bv. Leo Heim will officiate and ft the musical portions of the gy. Earl David, son of Mr. and Nathan Sedlik, will become Mitzvah:. Mincha is at 6:45 |, followed by Maariv. • • EMPLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will Lch on the topic: "Fifty Years fer the Second Aliyah." Satur I morning services are at 10:45. |nis, son of Dr. and Mrs. NorJ. Russ, and Theodore, son of and Mrs. Herman Grossman, become Bar Mitrvah. Cantor nucl Kelemer will render the Bical portions of the liturgy. • • • UEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER |l hold Friday evening services 15 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred fexman will discuss: "Wilderfes of Life." Saturday morning vices are at 9. Junior services follow at 10. Mincha is at 5:30 with Shalos Seudos concludthe Sabbath observance. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve nmg services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss: "Classified Jews." Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m., with Sunday services at 9 a.m. a BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Leader's Obligation to His Organization." At 5:15 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss Ethics of the Fathers. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hill will be honored. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Class in Talmud will be on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Akiva Chill will discuss: "Efficiency and Effectiveness of Living." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Talmud is at 6 p.m. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Daily services will be at 6:45 and 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. tions of the liturgy. Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schemer, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 8:45. • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbie Arie Becker will discuss: "Noble Objectives and Ignoble Means." Class in Talmud is at 8 a.m. Class in Ethics of the Fathers will be Held at 5:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15, with Rabbi Morris C:..;> i.TictoHng, Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Leadership—Good and Bad." Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Douglas, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Beckman, 2970 SW 20th st., will become Bar Mitzvah. The Beckmans will be hosts at the Kiddush of Sanctification. Robert Strassburg will direct the children's chorus. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at :30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss: "Inherit the Wind." Cantor Fishel Lutman will 9! Candlelighting Time IYAR 28 — 6:39 P.M. .. I AIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND 3NGREGATION will hold Friday Jening services at 6:30 p.m. Sattlay morning services are at 8:30 n. Rabbi Simon April will preach the topic: "Shall Force Rule nerica?" Cantor Berele Kelemer |ll render the musical portions of ie liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 30 p.m. Daily services will be 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. "Moses Maimonides — His Life and Times" will be the subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Sisterhood will honor newly elected officers. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 and 8 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will discuss: "A Light in the Wilderness." Ner Tamid award will be presented to Lawrence Weiner. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mace Levin, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 9. • 9 TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Installation of officers, directors and trustees and dedication of the completed front of the synagogue building will take place at this last late service of the season. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss: "Our Sacred Pledge." Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bergman, and Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mandel, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Services will be dedicated to men and women who have completed courses in the adult education program. Certificates will be presented to the Mesdames Ray Bolker, Rose Feibush, Edith Glick, Matilda Hyman, Esther Leviten. Rose Schreidell, Norma Shapo, Goldie Simons and Jean Zuckerman and to Leonard J. Gordon, Harry Simons and David H. Ugent. Guest Rabbi Henry Wernlck will discuss: "Example Mightier Than Precept." Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical porrender the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 10 a.m. in Academy Hall. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 5. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by a discussion of the Zohar. Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, assisted by the choir. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "What is a Jew?" • V ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. Rabbi Mor%  a ton Malavsky will officiate during Sabbath services and discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. O !> TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening serviceat 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will discuss: "Does God Speak to Man?" Saturday mdrning services are at 11. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartlett, will become Bar Mitzvah. Proceeds for Campers A juke box dance and frolic will be held on Tuesday evening. 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>TDAY. MAY 20, 1955 •JtWl&fhrirUnn PAGE 9 h yers Reelected President Of Federation, Friedland Named Board Chairman Continued from Pag* 1 Doinled Myers as a member of Enemy Alien Hearing Board, iithcrn District of Florida. He L also chairman of the Sub-Com(tii'c of the Disaster Relief unit. i 1949. he received a "Man of the ^ar" citation by Phi Epsilon Pi recognition of the finest conIbution to the essential Jewish of America." (Myers was campaign chairman "the Combined Jewish Appeal in 43 and again in 1947. He served president of the Greater MiajTii Iwish Community Center, presiInt of Beth David Congregation Id was general chairman of the tcater Miami Council of Social gencies. For 17 years, from 1938 1955, he has been a member of federation's board of governors Id has served on the boards of any important civic, religious, lid welfare agencies affecting the elfare of the Greater Miami cornunity. | A panel presentation including a •oup of "questioners" and "exferts" formed the basis for Mys' report to the community. luestioners" included Mrs. Berard Stevens, Mrs. Robert Lewis, larles Goldstein and Dr. Melvin ecker. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein was feogram chairman. Answering iiestions regarding the future of be Jewish community and Federalon's role in guiding and planning Is growth were Irving Cypen, Diaries Gottlieb, Leon Kaplan. Irs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Stanley f. Myers. John Serbin, Judge Har \l Spaet and Leonard Wien. Spaet described Federation's le in planning with the Jewish ome for the Aged, and Leon Kaplan discussed a similar proIrani in connection with the Jewkh Centers. Mrs. Myers pointed Ip the importance of coordinated Manning between Federation, the Jewish Family Service and the >ay Centers. Wien explained the importance If a central Federation in plan kins long range programs in the kealth field. Gottlieb told of stuiies undertaken by Federation in |l: field of Jewish education and nters, and Mrs. Myers described Die current study being conducted In the field of Jewish child care lervice. John Serbin, a CJA vice chairman, answered the question concerning campaign costs, indicating Kanner Kane Heiman Thurman that approximately 8 percent is required effectively to run the CJA drive. Cypen discussed Federation's double role as central fund raising agency and major community planning unit. The general phases of community life in which Federation is interested received consideration next. Among these were Kashruth problem, broad community problems, the problem of multiple campaigns, and the responsibility of Federation assuming leadership to point up urgent needs. The final question pin-pointed some of the outstanding Jewish community problems in which it was felt, Federation would be expected to assume a leading role. These included: 1. The field of the chronically ill. 2. Jewish education study. 3. The problem of outlying communities. 4. Community Chest-Federation relationship. 5. Developing leadership through the various JewrSh organizations. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, program chairman, spoke about the close tie of the Jewish community through Federation, with the vast network of human aid represented by the United Jewish Appeal. Myers acted as moderator in the discussion, and his summation of the discussion became the president's report to the community. Saluting the forward progress of Jewish institutions in Greater Miami, he said, "The character of our Jewish community has been reflected in a variety of ways during the past 17 years. It is exemplified in the religious spirit which pervades it, in the organizational activities of its Jewish groups and in the extent and quality of its welfare, and cultural services. "It is through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that we maniEXPERIENCED SECRETARY WANTED PREFER WITH EXPERIENCE IN RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONAL WORK GOOD STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER WRITE R. A., BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 (3#3&r VARADERO BEACH and HAVANAJpO! fest our interest in all phases of Jewish living which make for a constructive and wholesome Jewish community. Our annual Combined Jewish Appeal, sponsored by Federation, is the tool used by our community to help support many noble national and overseas causes, and to attest our continuing interest in Israel. "We have also, in addition to our responsibility to national and overseas needs, a direct and complete responsibility for our local Jewish agencies. It is not sufficient that we raise money for these local services — Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Family Service, Jewish Home for the Aged, the Centers, Bureau of Jewish Education, or the National Council of Jewish Women. We must also concern ourselves with the programs of these agencies and how they fit into the general community picture." He traced the phenomental growth of the Jewish community and the parallel expansion of local institutions which service the Jewish family in South Florida. He commended the more than 60 organizations which are member agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation family for their unified action in support of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Myers also drew a sharp comparison between the Jewish community in 1938 with its 4.000 Jewish families and the present community numbering more than 65.000 persons. He compared the list of 1,100 contributors to Jewish causes 17 years ago with the present day roster of nearly 10,000 contributors to the Combined Jewish Appeal, serving 55 agencies. The goal in 1938 was $65,150, compared with the $1,350.000 goal established in the 1955 drive. "These are the highlights in the activities of our social service agencies during the course of the year, which are helping to shape the spirit and life of our Jewish community," he said. "Our.s is still a young and growing community. As in the ease of all growing youngsters, we must continue to watch and nurture the cultural, health, welfare and recreational services. of our Jewish community, which are so essential to a balanced and wholesome society, along with our religious institutions and organizational work. This will continue to be the task of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation." Reporting results of the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal drive, chairman Sam J. Heiman announced that $1,256,000 had been raised, surpassing campaign totals of the last two years. Nearly 9,500 persons participated in the drive to set an all-time record, according to Heiman. It is expected that a good number of pledges may still ••*Bar Serbin Ie.cet.rf Mrs. SimonhoH Phillips be received in the summer months. Heiman was the recipient of a special citation from the United Jewish Appeal. The parchment scroll, hand-inscribed and illuminated in gold, bore the signatures of William Rosenwald, United Jewish Appeal general chairman, and Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman. Special awards were also issued to division and unit chairman and area leaders who were responsible for directing the record-smashing fund drive. Singled out for a special citation was Gus Trau, 80-year-old civic worker and community.leader who has devoted many years to the Combined Jewish Appeal in the Winter Residents Division. 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JAY. MAY 20, 1955 •o* U**ls*fk>rldl§ar PAGE 11 A ichael Sossin to be Installed; Award Ceremony for Aronovitz ichael Sossin, automobile deal-1 shon S. Miller, monitor; Abe fciU head the slate of officers J Swartz, assistant monitor; Daniel installed at the 10th annual M. Brqad... warden; Sol S. Qoldallation banquet ,,pf Miami strum, guardian; aod trustees, .lack August, Paul Seiderman, Harold .Turk, William Agranove, William Bornstein. Sam A. Goldstein, Meyer Teigman, Abe Frankel and Aaron Newman. ch Lodge, [al B'rilh. |day evening, 22. at the ino hotel. past director [the National iference of .stians and Is and a memof B' n a i th for over lyears, Sossin be the tenth feident to be financial secretary; MyTtle Poricher, treasurer; Mollie Kohhober, case chairman; and Zena Goluskin, Bertha Schainberg and Rose Carrie, trustees. Chairman is Mrs. Anne Metz. Mrs. Sylvia Gulkis Is co-chairman. Sossin installed by ii Beach Lodge, which was ded in 1946. He succeeds GerS. Miller, Miami Beach atey^iami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will principal speaker. A highlight |he banquet will be a presentai to Mayor Aronovitz of the first lual award of the Florida rejial office of the Anti-Defamal.ramie of B'nai B'rith "for [outstanding statesmanship and Pership" as a public official. lie award will be made by Irge J. Talianoff, chairman of I advisory board of the Florida lonal office. %  on. Milton A. Friedman. Judge pie Municipal Court of the City liami. will install newly elected cers of the Lodge. Entertainkt will be provided by the Delhotel orchestra. Miss Susan anoff, talented young soprano, sing. anquet committee consists of |anoff, chairman, Jack August, M. Fink, Jack J. Gold, Allen Bberg, Al Hellman, Gilbert J. kin, Barnett Beckerman, Joseph Kogos, Walter C. Kovner, fcrge Kronengold, Gershon S. |er, Godfrey K. Newman, BurRoth, Lrving Schatzman. %  had Sossin, Paul Seiderman Harry Zukernick. Ither officers to be installed are en Goldberg, Alvin Hellman, rge Kronengold and Irving latzman, vice presidents; Harry |ton Lazer, recording secretary; eph A. Kogos, treasurer; Jack link, financial secretary; Gerustria Advised lettle Claims 1 Continued from P9 1 A hi of concluding a satisfactory kement during the negotiations %  ch are going on in Vienna belen the Austrian Government the Jewish organizations." It was revealed by Mr. Morion It a copy of the letter from the fcerican Association of Former ptrian Jurists is being transmitto the American embassy in tuna for its information. How\r. ho pointed out that with reId to the proposal made in the ler, to insert in the State Treaty jlause forbidding any repeal or huge of indemnification laws In Austria assumes full inden>f the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. STANLEY Q, MILLER .1/20-27 — fi/3-10 TUESDAY NIGHT At NORTH SHORE PARK, 501 72nd Street May 24 At 8:00 AND May 25 At 8:00 WEDNESDAY NIGHT At STILLWATER PARK, 8440 Hawthorne MEET and HEAR Your Friend Your Candidate A Proven Leader • In Business • In Civic Affairs • In Religion • In Government SAM HALPERIN PULL LEVER 4 ON TUESDAY, MAY 31 (Entertainment and Rofreshmentsjoo On Tuesday and Wednesday Nights) CITY GOVERNMENT IS YOUR BUSINESS "Be Proud of Miami Beach" -r.u Pel ** IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 178976 ISRAEL JOHNSON, Plaintiff vs. F;. .1. GIBSON, al-o known as FJLIZABETH .1. GIBSON, it al. 1'. fi ndi'its NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AND ORDER TO APPEAR IN Till". NAME i >! %  THE STATE iF" FLORIDA: TO: I-:. .1. GIBSON, also known as ELIZABETH J. 0IB8ON, if single, And if married, her nusliand whose name Is unknown, :::;ii Northwest nsth Street, Washington, l>.C.; RICHMOND IIU'TII.l, GIBSON, if single, and if married, MRS. RICHMOND HART1LL QlBBON, whose llveti name is unknown. ::.ili Northwest ISth Street, Washington, l>. C: .. „ cHAKI.KS VICTOR GIBSON, if %  Ingle, and if married. Mils. CHARLES VICTOR GIBSON, whose given name Is unknown, ::;lll Northwest llth street. Washington, i>. C: SYLVIA MAE GIBSON, if single. and if married, her husband whose name is unknown, Mil N.W. nth Street, Wa-hlngton. I > i' I ALVIN .1 iiAV and NADA ISABEX GAT, his wife, :t:ill Northweal l"th Sti.et, Washington, Mr .'noAN J DAWBS and l.VI-A MAZDA DAWES, his wife, Mil Northwest ISth Street, WashingDOROTIIY VH M-A r.lBSON, If Ingle, and if married, her hushand Whose name is unknown, :;:iii Northwest ISth street. Washington, i> C; _.__„. ., PAULA HELEN GIBSON, if single, and if married, her husband whose name is unknown, Mil Northwest 13th Street. Washington, D. C. All unknown liens, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parthu claiming by, through, under or against the above named dedefendants, not known to !„ %  dead And also all other and unknown persons having or olalmlng '" have any right, title or Interest In the property which is the sub,. ct matter of this suit, said property lying and being la Dade County, norm, and more par%  tlcuhuly dew rlbe4 1S fouowa, SECOND SECTION, according to the Plal thereof recorded In Plat Hook is at Pace 5S of the i-uMlc Records i I Bade County. CTprWa. Vlll XNI. EACH OF +Ol arc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOPIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. I7M57 II. P. ll. PBDERSON, Plaintiff, vs. AEON Krirr STElNBAf'H, el als, %  -•' I %  .IV-flaiil.NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOM TO: ,\RoN Kl IM' STETNlfACH sin*!*msMi w ii,, jilso nrfaV i e known H > KNOTT 8TEINBA ;i single man. and if man i STEINBACH, his and if deceased, iiis Hell ecutors, Legal Repreaental and Administrators, Granti CredltorH, Personal Represi 'i\,-^. Aaslgneea and Trustees other Parties claiming through, under or against an; the above named Defendants, nil Parties having or clalmin have any right, title or inteie-t. in and to the property hen above deaci ibed, Restdi n i addresses unknown. You are hereby notified thai i hai peen filed in the abo^ e Court for tne purpose of Qulel to the land described as follows: Lots :, and Kti. I :lo-k CORAL TERRACE, SECTION *1. AMENDED, ai i Plal thereof, as n rded In Rook 11, at Page ',T. Public R ords of 11 ide 'ounts. Ploi formerly described as l^ots So 11, of Block "B", or MIA.MI I.ITTLE FARMS, a subdlvlsloi part of the South Half ol South Half of Section 11, To %  hip 5f souiii, Range m E according to the rial thei i erorded in I'lat Hook 7. Pagi of the Public Records or p Count}*, Florida, and you are hereby required to file your defense or pleadings to tl with the Clerk of the Circuit i setting up any right, title IntereSI claim held bs you, and serve % %  thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys on the 15th day of June, I otherwise said Complaint will he ts .,confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th das ol i inM 1953, g, B. l.l" VTHERM \N clerk ,,r the Circuit Couri In and For Dajde i 'ounts. Florida By: JOAN COURNO Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN and [ARTHUR n HF:CKI:I.M.\N \ %  ti II i. v. for Plaintiff l^.'.is w Plagler Street, Miami. Fl 1-27 — 6/3-10 -yU'i," A f ND U ORDERED Jtth. Covfrthouae In i'..,i.. County, Florida, tnll 7 flay of iV^kATMl-HMAN rierk o the ^JSUIMSST B) : WM. W. STut MM. |le|,Uty BEN ESSEN Attornej lor l'lain Iff .,., _. mil Bevbold Building, Miami r !" 4/29 %  > *-Vi--n IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33302-B KIC: BRTA1 K "F PAUL S GRUBN, !' %  reased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Si iTh'i: is hereby given that we have riled our final report and i ,,„ hinal Dlsi harge as co-admlnisot the estate ol I AI '. s. GRUEN, di i • ased: and that on tne 20th da) ol June, IMS. will • for co-admlnlstrators 1414-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fla. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. .179537 ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff, wn.i.iAM F. iiitillKs. JJefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM F, HUGHES, 1574 Beach Avenue, Bronx, Sew York. V.iC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint I'mDivorce And Other Relief la's been Hied against vou, and vou are required to serve n cops of vour Answer to the t outplaint For Divorce And Other Relief, on the l-iHlntiffs attorneys, .O^NBT A GF"NI-:T 4Z6 Lincoln Rinid, Miami lies, Ii, Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the J l.-i-k of the cir.-int court, on or before the 20t'h day of June, ls.'ir,. or a Decree pro Coofesso will be entered against IJATEP %  Miami, Florida, this 12th da\of Mas. I9M. 5 K II. I.KATHF.I-.MAN. ci.-ik. Circuit court. Hade County. F'lorlda By: it. H. RlCB, JR (Seal) I'l-iuitv Clerk GENET & GENET Attorneys for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Ha. i/ao-n — 6/s-io IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 32422-B RE: ESTATE OF s \.\i .IAI'KSI IN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is bereb) given thai ^ %  have tiled our final report and p-n for Final Discharge as Co-Bxecuti ..r the estate ol BAM JACK SON, ceased; and that on the Wth •<* % %  June, K&S, we will apply to the 1' arable County Judges of Had.t*o F'lorlda, for approval of sai' ..j* your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on til,plall Attorney GEORGE CHERTKOF, iilynipia Building, Miami, 1la I file the oi Iginal Answer or Pli In tii 'flee of the Qlei i< of the I cull Court on oi before the 21sl d %  or Jim.-, la.".. II you rail to do > Judgment by default will be iakagainst you for the relief demand in the Itill of Complaint. This notice shall inpublish) I oi i wi ek for four conaecutlt e In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN DONE AND ORDERED al M iliis ISth day of Ma). A.D. I-: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I'ade County, Hot Bs WM W STOCKING, ii 'Ircull i "oui t Seal) I Wputs i :, %  !•'-:: — I I 10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179503 .Mill.I.Y APPBL, Plaintiff. vs. JI iSEl'H A PPEL, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOSEPH APPBL 21 I Rosa Street Brooklyn. NY., N.V. You. JOHEPH APPEL, are I lifted that a lilll of Complaint ror Divorce has been filed against and vou are le.pnre.l to scrv,. a eop; Anawi i or Pleading I Hill of Complaint on the plalntllt s Mtotnexs. GOLDMAN & GOLI'STE1N, 2303 Weal Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or I'll n the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ii. forthe 20th day of June, 195!>. If vou fall to do so, judgment by defaul will he tHken against yon for the re!i. r demanded in the Hill of Complaint. Tills notice shall he published one eaell week for lolll eollseelltlVe weeks In TIIF: JEWISH FLOR1DIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, F'loriila. Iliis 12th day of May, A.D. K it. I.F:ATIIF:HMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Pade County. F'loi iiia Bs WM. W, BTOCKINO (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk GOLDMAN \ GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Plaintiff 2103 West naglei Street. Miami, Fla. .-.'20-27 — 6,3-10



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PAGE 2B -JmisifhrkMar HBDAl HV! North Shore Lodge Prei.t-Teen Age Installs Greene 53T&S" Beth Sholom P.T.A. Names Offrm P.TA. of the religious school ol M.;. "• Jerome G Greene. Miami attoroey. i_installed president of the Shore Lod^e of Baai Britfc Beach. Greene, a leader in local :' 19J5 chairman of the hotel division of] the Red committee of the Swats, at its annual Pioneer Wowea's Ch* Martu Mother's Day 200 persons attended a' T em P>f, Betb Skolo m "nconee. B Kap'Un"'"!^ 1 ,^ aJ \ Dav function of Pioneer' the following!new officers and di Low h iie ^ P •i Club II at the hoese of'rectorfnr 1955-56: dell. El, MeltterlLr?* — _w President. Mrs. Sol S Pioe; m n Nebauer '3J •otte Ovec< £^3' *ert L IM9, Lamsoa and Mrs. Howard Miller 'Ourte\! m %  Women Problems <. n to both Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Casow. 722 teen aeers and their parent; ere Trouville LVpunade, la* vec*. Ml H,waed Brpqks. Jot*' Cr*er.. a>h7k2. tfbewsee' at a parent-left a* „,._ .„ ,„.,, u t. r; > **"> Cameron. Mrs, Erter *rt L IMq^.i^JS forum fhi week, at the North Dade juet last week in 1 the Hickory House. Miami of the Men's Club of Icmpie Beth • Sholom. former director of the Junior Chamber of Cnaamrrr> and the Zionists of America and a mem her of the Harvard Club and La* School Association of Miami. He is also a former Special Deputy JewiA Center Israel Waxman. youth chairman I of the Center, announced that a panel consisting of Mrs. Bob Le M'.ar. MrBerr.ice Berger. Mr J Burton Eayes, Carl Sterling. Bette Stoop and Howard Neu i i questions of allowance, dating be| havtor and household chores. Melvin Simon, psychiatric social j work of the Jewish Family Service. acted as moderator-commentator for the forum. CkavmaR we* Mr* Lena Mmt ze Chwen as -Mother of the Da> were MrPauline Rubin, oldest member of Pioneer Women here, and Mrs Pearl Gratz. Speaker was Abraham J Gitteleducation director of the North Shore Jewish Center Also on the program in a series of read corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. "•' Sterr Philip J J Soauaers. recording secretary. fc* en e Weuv '.Vii'u 1 v MrMas Rothfeld. treasurer. Mr, ____J*J Clarifies frMp&aift Rabbi Samuel a siZ > staa?L On the board of directors are the Mesdames Zachary Bailey. Emanuel Baskmd, Nat Beckanan. CT "s"" tata* Ralph Benach, Jonas Brotman. Lmon American mgs was Mrs Mania Shubov. Mrs. j Raiph Cobb Jack Counhon. Ar Ida Bookspan. chairman of t h e ,hur Coursbon. Max Dtener. Bur Moetzet Hapoalot. presented gold certificates to members for their efforts in behalf of Zionism."* mt^a] | of the State of' rice Neu. Mrs Attorney General Ne York ed as vice presiderserve with Greene are S George Berkley David Fenton and Sathaniel Ghckmar. Tobias Simon resident elect. Other offic* led were Jack Wilson, treasurer: Milton Mannheimer. chaplain: Robert M. M. -Jiur M Kesaaer and George Baltuch. secretaries: lsidor Cohen, guardian: and Julius Siegel. warden. Named to the board of directors are Rabbi Mayer Abramow.-z. Frank Cohn. Ezra Fmegold. I)r David Hendel. Rc.. Pntchar*on. Meivin J Richard. Dr Robert R. Rosec Morr Sam SollowWtj, Mam) We:I. Dr Lawrence A WesUW and Aarea Wolff St. Louis Club To Install Not Wolf son as President ed as pi-' -he Sr I • of Greater Miami at an annual iron dinner meeting Sundzy eve.-:•• 22 in the Coral room of the Riu Plaza hotel eat M J K-y will be Efkar. Senir.i with will be Gilbert Balkin. Mrs Da\.d A Dau-. o. Sam Nieberg and Mrs. Abe Wolff, vice presidents: Mr-, David Boaen, Mrs. Albert Ladd ar.d MrRasaell Winer, secretaries, and Loui> Buck, treasurer. Wolf son. a former St Louisan. was president of Ebn Ezra Lodge of B'nai B'nth and vat active in civic and charitable work in St Loj Lillian Goodman and Kopelowit2. outgoing pre-ident-. will the board of directors together uith the newly elected offJThe St Louis Club of Greater Miami haa member-hip of 200 former St. L ^ho now reside in th .Miami area. i Musical Festival Sunday I planned %  y 22. at Park her musical repetoire including light opera. Jewish. Israeli and popular select.',:...! be .ram il! p.ath .'. Marilyn Friedman and Mary KJ:en. of the Metlie Kahaner Lad -. The planning committee carrying out the program included Mrs. J Burton Keyes Mrs.Munroe Schrffman. Mr* Bemice Berger. Mrs. Phillip Schulmar. MrMail Israel Waxman and Irving Jacobson. The %  area 1 '-. program %  co-sponwith the Greater Miami ard Taylor Mrs Jewish Community Center gregations. hick "there are three majof ton Engels. Irsing Haste. Alex! licioua group Fresdin. Saiavel Garfnnkel. Morris I dox. Caasen • j^j Gidney. Harry A. Greenberg. Har TTHthe Mary W. Greenbers. Miss Nettie Gold-; plained, -should aJei„?J •*•* %  red to as Relonn or' The Mesdames Daniel Herman, daisxn." not aRefonwrf GIFFEH INDUSTRIE CORAL GABLES. S. INC. FLORIDA BUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE JEWISH TRADE \i tk* 2$fry Wfcife ImMwf THURMOND MONUMENT CO. NUlKEtS $40^0 I5024f SUB-CONTRACTORSPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTAIUTI ERECTION sTRuauRAi STEaGYPSUM ROOFDWI ROOFINGCOMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH 4nj VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPIN< COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSUIAT EQUIPMENTPROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN! S OLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL toos mj FOR 2-S YEARS 2.uAliUf-Service-Piece FREE ESTIMATES -o5fc In Jhe South Florida Science Fair. recenUy held at the UniJtudent at the Normandy off first prize in the Senior versity of Miami Peter Bromer. Mudent at the Normandy bchool on Miami Beach, carried ~" Mathemaucs Divmon with a presentation of the Theory Pythagoras. The Fair, which was held in Dade County for the first time this year, is part of a national science fair and was S y J? n ^ ed by ^ Univerei 'y of Miami. Dade County High School Science Teachers Association and the Dade ft^ 0 Te n CherS f Mc *en>atics. Peter, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Bromer, 7920 Hawthorne ave.. Miami Beach after graduation from Normandy School in 1956 'ooks forward to entering RoLUna College and to preparing io? a career in engineering. M IAMI TITU tQktmctCo, 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl Title IMWMCI ••Ikies .f Inw City Title httaraact C. Ctpitml, imrplwi I Reserves 124 SHORZLAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1*1 YOUR SAVINGS here are INSURED to $10,000 by ,he Federal Saving, ^d Loan Insurance Corpor.t,on. ,„ d EARN dividend, twice a year for y<*i at the current rate of j % per annum. ^iJ^LTSi BU t L ?' REF NAN "PAIR or REMODEL. Da* FliaralV 0 ^ "2 "" "* "^'"Y-P*rn.nt Dade Federal home !„. Conwlt our friendly l^n oH.cers. Thtre', no obligation. tiiifw MAIN OFFICE 45 H£. First Avenue ALLAPATTAH BRANCH U00 N.W. 36th Street '• Federal lw JOSEPH M.LIPTON, F-eslderM TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth Street ^^5S 3-2 ^^^^^ %  ^^^^ EOfSON aNTER BRANCH ^SINESS HOURS: All office, ore open 9 AM. to 3 '#> 5797 N.W. Seventh A*enwe w ^y ... 9 AJA, to 12 noon Solurdoy*.. •



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SEN. KEFAUVER AND RABBIS CONVENTION J t*JtewMnMtMkm MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1955 SECTION B NEW AWARD FOR HUMAN ADVANCEMENT bess Human Relations Award Revealed /.iif -p *' pries C. Goldberg, general mager of the Delano hotel, sntly appointed to the slicity advisory hoard cf City of Miami Beach for seventh consecutive year, >s this week elected chairin of the board fir the third le in his seven years of lure on the board. Establishment in the Florida regional office, A n t i-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, of the Leonard L. Abess award for significant contributions towards improved human relations in the State of Florida has been ; announced by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida region board, ADL. The award will be presented each year at the annual meeting of the Florida ADL board to an individual, agency, organization, or institution in the State of Florida %  |" MflHi Maurice M %  •( %  • \ w Cartoon Series be Published by wish Horidian eginning with the current issue, Jewish Floridian will publish tries of illustrated cartoons deling the history of the Zionist vement in America, opening the formation of the Federbn of American Zionists, leadup to the reorganization of the vement by the late Supreme rt Justice Louis D. Brandeis the Zionist Organ ization of iierica, and continuing through establishment of the State of lei and the present activities of ZOA. The series was prepared by Maule del Bourge and Dr. Jakob Iscnthal. |Mr. del Bourgo, one of America's st distinguished artists, author the Tercentenary story publishin the columns of The Jewish loridian for 30 consecutive weeks, k-s prepared the drawings. |l)r. Rosenthai; author of the text, a distinguished scholar. Before forld War II he was on the ediriai staff of the Zionist publicans in Vienna. He left for Israel ereufter. and served on the cdirial staff of the Palestine Post. [ %  In this country, he has been writfoirtftrearticles for the AmerM Zionist and for the Hebrew pekly Hadoar. He is recognized an authority on Zionist history. Medical Staff Vows Development Fund Support at Hospital Physicians and surgeons of Mount Sinai Hospital have pledged active financial support for the new 300-bed, four million dollar Mount Sinai Hospital to be constructed next year in Miami Beach, it was announced Wednesday by Dr. S. Charles Werblow, chairman of a doctors' fund committee. Dr. Werblow's appointment as chairman of the physicians' and surgeons' committee of the Mount Sinai Hospital Development Fund was revealed earlier by Max Orovitz, hospital president. "While it is customary for the public to think of a hospital as a place for healing and convalescence, the fact is that it is a workshop where physicians and surgeans can utilize the latest in medical science to save lives," Dr. Werblow said. "The new Mount Sinai Hospital will be a modern, up-to-date workshop equipped to provide the best treatment and care for Greater Miami patients, and we as the workmen have an obligation to help in the building of this workshop," Dr. Werblow told the initial meeting of the committee. Committee members named by Dr. Werblow to contact the 125 members of the Mount Sinai Hospital physicians and surgeons staff includes Doctors Louis G. Lytton, Stanley Frehling, William Bernstein, Leonard Weil, Harold Rand, Milton S. Goldman, Alex Kushner, Ralph Kirsch, Soloman B. Goldman, Leon Greene and Harry Kraff. Trustees of the hospital, more than a third of whom are out of town and still to be contacted for pledges, have already given more than a million dollars toward the construction cost. The project is a joint endeavor of the Mount Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. chosen by a special awards committee of the board, Talianoff said. Criteria for determining recipients of the award will be patterned after the ADL's National America's Democratic Legacy award. Recipients of the League's National ADL award have included President Dwight D. Eisenhower, former President Harry S. Truman, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Charles E. Wilson, and the 1954-55 award winners, the Ford and Rockeller Foundations and Carnegie Corporation. The Leonard L. Abess award will be endowed by the Ungar-Abess Foundation, Talianoff said. "The Florida regional ADL office and board deeply appreciate the foresight of Mr. Abess and the Ungar-Abess Foundation in inaugurating this award in the area of improved human relations in the State of Florida," Talianoff stated. "We firmly believe that through such emphasis on the vital importance of advancing good human relations and democracy in our State a noteworthy contribution in itself is being made. "Florida's population and industry are growing by leaps and bounds, and human relations practices in our State must keep pace with this development. Appropriate recognition of those individual, organizations, agencies and institutions making valuable contributions in this regard should accordingly prove helpful to the progress of our State." GLOBAL SHORTS Dulles Asks Congress to Give $179,000,000 for Middle East WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dulles made known in testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week that the Administration is asking $179,000,000 in non-military funds for Mutual Security assistance for the Middle East in the new fiscal year. Mr. Dulles did not break down this amount by countries. Sen. H. Alexander Smith, of New Jersey, questioned Mr. Dulles on his attitude toward the recent Bandung conference of Asian and African nations. Mr. Dulles said the United States takes a "sympathetic" attitude, t Cairo Attacks Big Three; Israel Must Be Destroyed LONDON (JTA) — The United States, Britain and France were bitterly attacked this week in a broadcast from Cairo which indicated that the Washington policy of appeasing the Arab countries at the expense of Israel is failing to appease Egypt. The broadcast said 1 that the Arabs do not expect the forthcoming meeting of the Big Three Foreign Ministers at Paris to settle the problems between the Arab countries and Israel. "As the creators of Israel, they cannot remove it from existence—the only settlement satisfactory to the Arabs," the broadcast stated. Marian Anderson, noted American contralto, announces the establishment of an annual scholarship fund of 600 Israel pounds for "the encouragement of young musical talent," vocal and instrumental. Miss Anderson explained that she was setting up the scholarship "in appreciation of the devotion of the people of Israel" who had taken her to their hearts during her recent appearance there with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Sisterhood Meeting Tuesday Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its first board meeting of the new year on Tuesday morning, May 24, it has been announced by newly elected president Mrs. Philip Bendell. Or. lakeb KouttM Pioneer Women Schedule Affairs Candle Light Inn, 3131 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, will be the scene for Kadimah Chapter's installation of officers on Thursday noon, May 26. Mrs. Harry Stone, chairman, reveals that Mrs. Irving Pearlberg, cultural chairman of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations, will be the installing officer, and that Mrs. Bernard Kantor has prepared an original skit for presentation following the installation ceremony. Officers who will be installed are the Mesdames Jacob Raffel, president; Albert Shkoler, first vice president; Reuben Bott. second vice president; Sol Braun. financial secretary; Harry Stone, treasurer; Robert Miller, Alexander Kimler and Gertrude Berger, corresponding secretaries: Marvin Copenhagen, recording secretary; Ida Meyers, Max Fishman, Morris Kleinman, Bernard Kantor, Michael Fiedler, Irving Bayer and S. G. Lebow, board members at large. Mrs. Raffel will make her chairmanship appointments for 1355-56 at this luncheon. Applications for Exit Visas Again Allowed in Rumania JERUSALEM (WNS) — Applications for exit visas from Rumanian Jews who desire to join members of their families in Israel are again being accepted by the Rumanian Ministry of the Interior after a lapse of two years, it was indicated here this week. Although no visas have been issued as yet, it is expected the visas will be handed out to persons who can be re-united with their families. Britain May Reopen Talks On Bat Galim, Suet Issue l MTKD NATIONS (JTA) — A possibility was seen here this week that the Bat Galim case may be reopened with Great Britain pushing the issue, instead of Israel. This feeling persisted in United Nations circles even after Secretary General Dag Hammerskjold. in answer to a direct question on the matter, declared here that there is "nothing new" on the Bat Galim. Jewish Publication Society Pfans to Revise Translation PHILADELPHIA (WNS) — Revision of the Bible translation it first published in 1917. which served as the approved version for English-speaking Jews throughout the world, has been undertaken by the Jewish Publication Society, it was announced here by Edwin Worf, II, president of the society. Mr. Worf declared that the revised translation will be based on the Hebrew of the traditional, preserved Masorctic text, and will be in every respect a Jewish interpretation. Possible Federation Merger In Philadelphia Studied PHILADELPHIA (JTA) —The appointment of committees to explore the possibility of a merger between the Allied Jewish Appeal and the Federation of Jewish Charties has been announced here. The appointment of the committees, announced by Allied's president. Myer Fcinstein. and Bernard L Frankel, president of the Federation, was approved by the boards of both groups. U.S. to Admit 2,000 Arab Immigrants Soon WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department made known this week that 45 Palestinian Arab refugees have been granted American visas for permanent residence in the United States as the first of the 2,000 Arab refugees authorized ad mission under the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. The Arabs will leave for the United States in the next few weeks to settle in 13 states. Newspaper Series Sees Bigotry on Upswing in U.S. NEW YORK (WNS)—A series of articles in Scripps-Howard newspapers throughout the nation this week said that "organized bigotry is on the upswing in America." I The articles which pointed out that the hate peddlers were not so j serious or obvious a menace as 'they were in the 1930s nevertheless indicated that the bigots were growing bolder and were reaching an expanding audience. Rosen Elected President Harold Rosen was rccently*electcd president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce for 1955-56. Other officers are vice presidents Robert Glasser, A. Budd Cutler and Phillip J. Tahlor. German Faces Trial for Supplying Gas to Nazis FRANKFURT (JTA) — The German chemical manufacturer who sold his special brand of potassium cyanide to the Auschwitz extermination camp, in the full knowledge that it was being used to murder upward of 450.000 Jews and other people, is facing a German court here for the seventh time in seven years, charged with having been "an accessory to murder in an indeterminate number of cases." U.S. Immigration Legislation Criticized at High Parley UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The United States Government was criticized for lacking the liberal spirit" in its immigration legislation, in an address here by Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of the United Hias Service this week. Mr. Greenleigh was one of a number of speakers participating in the general debate of the fifth international conference of Non-Government Organizations inte' in Migration. 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I1DAY. MAY 20,J9S5_ Ixford School Accredited by ttate of Florida )epartment of Education of the gtc of Florida has officially inrmed Oxford School, Miami (arh. that it has been fully JKPditrd as an educational institu\n. Oxford thus becomes the onprivate school in Miami Beach |ving full educational status and cognition by the State Depart[•MI of Education. Abraham M. sel. director and founder of Ox^d. pointed out this week. ;'a.sel said that many education "lir-ts" have been achieved by school during the past several onths. "Since its birth in Sepnber. 1954, Oxford has gained lionwide acclaim for its unique lucational philosophy. In Januonly after three months of jstence, the Department of Juste of the U.S. approved Oxford fhool as an educational institute, having official power to acj| foreign students from any inlry in the world to study at Kford. This recognition having Ime EO quickly to the school, is Insidered a great educational (at. 'Now. with the accreditation nm the State Department of Edution. Oxford has shattered all rords in achieving concrete fame progress for its work." | Hoys and girls attending Oxford ther in the pre-schol, elemenIry or high school department (ill now receive full recognition schools in every part of the Luntry and locally. Oxford School occupies three hd one-half acres of bayfront Impus. It has four buildings and kery type of physical facility for to health and welfare of its stuents. It has both a day and resient school for boys and girls, and grades run from pre-school trough elementary, high school nd college preparation. Oxford a large regulation swimming Dol. fishing docks, boats, athletic -Liand other facilities for gaining students in the manual rt< and crafts. For the summer Months, Oxford conducts a full limping program for boys and Iris in both day and resident deart ments. For those students and campers no wish to strengthen their eduahonal work during the summer, storing is available in every rhool subject, Cassel revealed. ^M*n?g*?!ML PAGE 7 A Women Voters' Program To be Explained at Meet Program of the League of Women Voters of Miami Beach will be explained in words and music to new and old members and their friends who attend the coffee scheduled as a general meeting on Friday morning, May 27, at the home of Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, 4444 Pimtree dr. Party arrangements are being made by Mrs. Leonard Heller, orientation chairman. The skit was written by Mrs. Maurice Serotta, and its choral numbers will be accompanied by Mrs. Ernest Berger. Skit participants and hostesses for the day include the Mesdames John Tronelone, D. Donald Smith, Donald Rubin, Norman Babel. Edwin Karson, Lillian Mandel, Joseph Myles Cypen Born Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen announces birth of their son, Myles Gary, at Mount Sinai Hospital May 4. Myles joins Stephen Hale, 11 Bonnie Gaye, 7; Wayne Alan, 4 and Tad-Richard, 2M:. Grandpar ents are Mr. Max Cypen, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jennie B. Cypen, Tucson, Ariz. Mark-Grain Horn Mr. and airs. Jerome Rosokoff, of Buffalo, N.Y., are the parents of a baby boy, Mark Crain, born May 5. Mrs. Rosokoff is the former Diane Predinger, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 SW 5th si., Miami. J. Schneider, Harold Gardner, Hal T. Meyers, Ben Lond and Julius Saperstein. Sam Halperin, South Florida chairman for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and vice president of Temple Emanu-El, goes over success of last week's interfaith seminar at North Shore Jewish Center with (lefi to right) the Rev. John Lawrence Yenches, minister of the Church-By-The-Sea; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of North Shore; and Ezra Finegold, president of the host congregati on. ireenbaum Unveiling Dedication of a monument to tie memory of the late Becky reenbaum, formerly of 820 Merlian ave., will take place Sunday, lay 22. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme?ry, with Rabbi Max Shapiro oficiating. Mrs. Greenbaum is surived by a daughter, Ray Green, ^nd two sons, Irving, of Miami, and at, of Brooklyn; also five grandhildren and six great grandchilren. Arrangements are in charge f Thurmond Monument Company; riends and relatives are asked to Bttend. I Anatttmr Bin ffdu t t 8 JSaKcfc** ^ai^u the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re*. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. IAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' 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IY, MAY 20. 1955 9 Jewlstncrktian PAGE 7B r 200 Enrolled in Summer Pay Camps, Capacity Sighted by June Gr.-R.iry Phillip.... K.lwar.l A,i K usiln.. gteveii luBuatina, Bteven ROMWUIH K..I..H Ooodman, jKe|ih Lawrence 200 boys and girls of elery school age have already Enrolled in the summer day [program of the Greater Miewish Community Center, it nnounced by Leon Epstein, Day Camp chairman, rapid registration has taken fin a period of three weeks, js anticipated that the caul the four day camps sponJ by the Center will be reachlell before the opening of I on June 20, Epstein said. h enrsTled IhuMfar at the Kr.-.nch an: Dental Aranoff, ;ii."i./ff, Jerry Aranoff, Kalny li'.iti.ic BroWB, I'Mwar.l liuruh.iiil Burton. Frederick BuxIra lltixiiaiim. I~iui >n< .bh. Ixmna Knglunder. Nickl Kenneth Keldman, KrertLawrence (irabarniek, Ro(Irabarnick. Rochelle GraenM. -il-> Qruber, Kenneth Heffnberi rTefrn.-r. I'unlel Herman, pel. Kesnlor, l.inila K8Kler, JoKiltiln, Jane I.ehrmin, Allen killed 1-evy, l>a\i.l London. Joauk, Steven Maiiaeker. DHU.I DavM Noble, IIOUKUH Noble, oble, Barbara Reanlck, Han\ !, Allen Krhelner. 1'eter Sheitobert Shevlln. Max Stelngarl, ptelneart. JeHsl. a Takee, Nancy ndrew Tobln. ("harle WalBrot( WallM'j Jlelene Wawser. A ..n Wei*... Barbara Weiss, Bin Zlblt. Trudy Zlblt. i.Town Branch, the following moiled: Jeffrey Apple, Alan Ann HoRner, William Bognei, Ikrhn, Klane Blitt. Brtc CopenV'.1 Dilloff. I.lnda Dranow, Ilhrankranz, A.l.-le Kpateln, lli >."]mteln. Bonnie Krankel. h i-eedman. Wendy Freedman, rYiedler. Man-ha (Joidberx, riranT, Sandra Kandel, BJchMelvin I..skin. Phyllis Peter Lewin. Harold l.lbman, el l..l.man, Gall l.lbman. Gary Mark Lubet, Nelson Malaven.Malavei.da. Janice .Malu("hailOH Novogiod>ky, Richard Paul. Kllen Rievman, Char• rnhal. Huvid BoMniek, I'aul Steven Kozv lies. Jeffrey ROHverlv Rice, Michael Rleaberg, : hwarta, Renee HUver, Ttaeo."lintoti ailverman, Mark i 'iillji Bpool.Richard S) i. Itenftt,. Reed Trencher, Alyaon Veil Tanner. Howard ThickIStiiart Thlckmaii. Mark Tytelt, Waldatain, Ronnie Weksler, i /-i me. lavler-Granada: Henry lsnenMal'k Ackermaii, Kenneth Gary Kefnlck. Alan 8ternlleh. I -li. .Ian Kiealer, Mitchell pf, Robert Moore. David I'er|>ani.y Kane. M>len Abbott. F>haw, Allan i'-dwards, Seymour .Mirk Koth. Barry Cohen, Joel Himmj W'exler. I local,I LlehArthtir Cohen. Jay Klein, Hnll..s.-r. Jerry Sternsteln, Howard licri. Jeffry tttrump/, Michael aid Abbott. Hanny Rose, I*eoni.shman, Klliot Midwood. Hartnandea, Mickey l.in.l.-ih, Karkwrem-e, Hyra WVxier. Judith lan. Amy Ih.nn, Barbara I-leberit.'.ibara Lash. Suzanne NewHelen Bajneaa, 1-ora Lewis. Sliankman, Tina Genandes, Hacker. Sally Sacks, Linda Kllen Newman, Bonnie Rose, Robinson, Plann ["esnlck. e, "nil, Judy Bonnie ISro.h. Ksla COM Antln. At the North Bade Jewish Center: Kara Kane Harold 1IH1. Jerry Weiss. Marvin, Morris. Bar bars Meyeraon. Bnrharn Melnl.er*, aien Ilium OnHe BchwarU. Si.ven Robin, Caiol Robin. Linda stoop. Jay Hlrwh, Tool Zirfer, Sunnie Taylor, .iiii David Michael Pane. Alan Crcnlarx. Maureen Brown. Leslie N.II. Veda Lynn Neu. Steven Rablnowttt, Karen Rablnpwlts, Bteven Wlldateln, Kin \\ lldeteln. William Jaffe, Bruce Boros. Kellh Cie.-nsl.ie. Mark Thaw. Jan la Berkely, Jerry Sherman. Byron Bergen Marilvn Luxner. Summer Day Camps Announce Staff Supervisory staff for the Summer Day Camp program of Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Community Center has been announced by Leon Epstein, day camp chairman. Director of the Town Branch Camp will be Israel Silver, who received his Masters degree in social group work from Boston University .His program director will be Mrs. Dolores Pearl, youth activities supervisor at the Center. Nisson Pearl, who will direct the camp at the Beach Branch, is a graduate of the School of Social Work of the University of Chicago, with a Masters degree. Directing the program at the Beach camp will be Miriam Scheinberg, who has previously conducted camp programs locally for the Zionist Youth Commission. At the Flagler-Granada Center, Harry Shamis will direct the camp's operations, assisted by Leila Gross as head counselor. Shamis has a Master's degree from New York University. Miss Gross was formerly head teacher of one of the Center's nursery schools. Leonard Romney will head up the Center's newest camp at the North Dade Jewish Center. He has a degree from the Graduate School of Social Work at Boston University. Manischewitz Birth A daughter, Edith, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Manischewitz, 101 Central Park West, on May 10 in New York Lying-in Hospital. Mr. Manischewitz is president of the B. Manischewitz Co., of Jersey City, N.J. and Cincinnati, O. Honor Graduate to Attend Med School Robert Bass will attend Northwestern Medical School this fall. The 21-year-old University of Florida student graduates in June. The son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bass, 4411 North Bay rd., Miami Beach. Robert is Phi Beta Kappa at the U of F. He is also a member of Phi Eta Sigma, honorary society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-medical honorary; and is an honor court justice. Robert received the Tau Epsilon Phi national award for outstanding scholarship over a period of four years at the University of Florida. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, where he was a member of the National Honor Society. Robert Bos! Rabbi Hurwitz is Chaplain Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader of Zamora Jewish Center, has accepted the responsibility of serving the religious needs of the Jewish personnel at U.S. Marine Corps Air Station at Opa Locka, according to an announcement by Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, New York, chairman of the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Membership Social North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held its first membership social of the year Tuesday evening, May 17, at the home of Mrs. Alvin Wank, 1135 NW 127th st. Mrs. Wank was assisted by Mrs. A. Sokell and Mrs. F. Blank. fil Att FOR EVERY PURPOSE U L A J J STORE FRONT PLATE mi WINDOW GLASS firrnifurt Tops, BeveM Alirrtri mni KtsHvering Our Sa*cia/fy & G. Glass and Mirror Works 16 S.W. 8th St, PHONE 3-2728 mrh Orlia m GOING AWAY! Make sure your valuables and Important papers are really safe. RENT A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX today en yearly contract as lew as $4 pins Federal Tax. Mercantile Safety Deposit Corporation at 'J9011M7ftn %^r iTtl Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 Pull Lever 3A ELECT DIGNIFIED BUSINESSMAN CHARLES 11 A I I "euacL" BALL COUNCILMAN MIAMI BEACH WTVJ.TV — MON. — 2:40-2:45 P.M. WCBS-TV — MON— 10:30-10:35 PM. <1M. IV. Ad*.) K %  v Under New edical Direction and New Management M. B. Pinki Mng. Dm. HEALTH RESOHT Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Beet In Materials and Workmanship 1234 NX. 1st Avenue Phone 3-8987 Entertain at Center Joyce Gold, pianist, and her cousin Rochelle Herman, accordionist, entertained at a Mother's Day party recently at Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Joyce and Rochelle are members of the preteen age club, which i.s sponsored by Tifereth Israel. They are pupils of Mrs. Harold Robin. UM Names Dr. Ferguson Obstetrics Department Head Dr. James H. Ferguson has accepted appointment as professor and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Miami school of medicine, according to an announcement by Dean Homer Marsh this week. Effective June 1, Dr. Ferguson will report to his post here, coming from Tulane University's school of medicine, where he has been on the faculty since 1947 and assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology since 1951. He will take over the duties of. Dr. John Milton who, as professor and chairman pro-tern since September 1954, has organized the department of obstetrics-gynecology for the local medical school. Dr. Milton was recently installed as president of the Florida Medical Association. A< # Roof Leak! Let ui repair it or apply %  new one. For free estimate phone 9-5274 Acme Roofing Co. >>>A^'*>^V^\a^*>'\^^>^V^'V^'V>rA^A-^A>^'*>^^^'N^'*>^A n ^X>>^A^'\'\> rf V^ PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MIAMI'S OMt AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LARGE STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY SINCE 1926 *WA-/A/API/ ExcfusiVe Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS lh M W-tsL Hk SLML" 1 £*_. 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UttUEIondian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 23—Number 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS fEl OPMENT CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL lew Organization Will Assume Responsibility for Israel Bonds; Dr. Schwartz Revealed at Helm ITEW YORK—A new organiza ;• with Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, I'Utive vice chairman of the lited Jewish Appeal, as its vice sidertt and directing head, asned responsibility Monday for >ale of Israel Bonds in the |itcd States and other parts of free world. In accordance with an agreement Ih the Government of the State [Israel, the Bond sales organia(>n was officially transferred to a (rly created agency known M the vclopment Corporation for Is^1. with national headquarters at Fourth ave.. New York. foremost leader in the field large-scale rescue and resettlebil of Jews in Israel and elselere during the past decade and naif. Dr. Schwartz succeeds HenMontor as chief executive offiOf the Israel Bond Campaign. nee May, 1951, the campaign Bich was carried on during the st four years under the aegis of le American financial and Devel Vwi.l Corporation for Israel, sold Rotal of more than $190,000,000 I Israel Bonds. [Dr. Schwartz outlined the plans Id pui-poses of the Israel Bond tmpaign at a press conference lid in the offices of the Devclopput Corporation for Israel. |Dr. Schwartz said: "Economic r wer is the keystone of Israel's •ogress and its military as well day security. Therefore the [mtiniied sale of State of Israel onds on the widest possible scale ^presents an indispensable factor its program to achieve peace and rengthen its democratic in.,htu jms. "Because Israel Bonds have bettmc a major instrument in the fonomic development of Israel ad because they have proved hemselves to be a sound investment whose results are evident in He growth of many vital industrial id agricultural enterprises, it is IT immediate objective to enlist II elements in the Jewish communities of the United States in ctive participation in the Israel and Campaign." Myers Reelected Federation President; Friedland Named Chairman of Board As Annual Meeting Sets Stage for '56 Stanley C. Myers, a pioneer founder of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, its first president in 1938 and president again in 1954-55, was unanimously reelected to serve a second consecutive term as pansident during 1955-56 .at the 17th annual federation dinner in the BiscSyne Terrace hotel Tuesday.. Other Federation officers elected to serve With Myers in the coming year are: honorary president, jL'arl Weinkle: Vice presidents, Sam J. Heiman, Howard Kane. Aaron Kanner, John Serbin and Harold Thurman. Samuel N. Friedland was elected chairman of the board of trustees, with Sidney Lefcourt serving DEDICATION TO PROGRESS OF MIAMI Jewish florldian Cited for Service Stanley C. Myers EXPRESS APOLOGIES To Court-Martia! Soldiers Causing Border Incidents TEL AVIV (JTA)—Three Israel soldiers who inadvertently crossed the border into the Egyptian-held Gaza strip Sunday will be courtmartialled, according to an Israel Army announcement here. An Egyptian outpost opened fire on the Israel patrol car, demolishing the vehicle, but the soldiers were saved by the intervention v of a captain who is a member of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization. An Israel military spokesman declared that not only would the soldiers be court-martialled, but that the government would officially express its apologies for the technical armistice violation to Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of the UN truce set-up. Tht Jewish Floridian was cited Tuesday night by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for "leadership and service" in behalf of the annual CJA drives here, as well as for its dedication to the progress of Greater Miami. Sam i. Heiman, 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman, presented a large bronze plaque to The Jewish Floridian from Federation and the community at Federation's 17th annual meeting in the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Fred K. Shochet, Jewish Floridian publisher and immediate past president of tho American Association of English-Jewish Publishers, accepted the award. The plaque reads: "Awarded to The Jewish Floridian by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for leadership and service to our Jewish community through its intelligent interpretation of the local and national Jewish scenes, for its sympathetic and provocative editorials and its dedication to the progress of Greater Miami. May 17, 1955." U vice chairman. Other trustees include Shepard Broad. Jack Carner. George Chertkof, Moses Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon Jacobs, Abe Kurman, Sam C. Levenson, Marcie Liberman, Joseph. M. Rose, Herbert E. Seller, Harry Sirkin and Joseph Steins ££*$ *^ Myers was called upon to continue in office by an overflow crowd of over 300 Federation members and a host of community welfare and religious leaders convened at the Tuesday evening dinner. Myers is a Miami attorney who is known na. tionally for his welfare and civic work. He was president for five terms of the .'. tional Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. He helped revise Florida's laws concerning children and has been active In Red Cross, Community Chest campaigns and the Dade County v. tare Council. Recently. Myers was among seven outstanding aiea citizens v were awarded silver brotherhood medallions by the National Con ference of Christians and Jew. The award was presented ;n recognition of his achievement in the field of human relations and tor giving effective service toward the improvement of intergioup relations in the community and tor promoting the ideals of brotherhood. During World War II. the Attorney General of the United States Continued on Page 9 A Samuel N. frieflmnd \HD THE BAND PLAYED 'DEUTSCHLAND UEBER ALUS' Speculation Centers on Germany's Role D ULLES, LEHRMAN EXCHANGE NOTES State Department Advises Austrians About 'Wisdom' in Concluding Final Agreement on Knotty Claims Cases WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State Department has expressed "complete agreement" on the "wisdom of concluding a satisfactory agreement" between Jewish negotiators and Austria on the indemnification issue, before the Austrian State Treaty is presented to the U.S. Senate for ratification. This was made known Monday when Sen. Herbert H. Lehman called the attention of the Senate to a letter he received from Thurston B. Morton, Assistant Sec• JTA NEW YORK—Ten years after the total defeat of •fitter's Third Reich, the Federal Republic of Germany regained her sovereignty and entered the Forth Atlantic Treaty Organization, authorized by ihe Paris agreements to start on the program of building a twelve-division army. The facts of the case were certain, but an undercurrent of speculalion as to what they would mean swept through the vorld as the ghost of Nazi bestiality refused to be aid in many quarters. While the band played the "Deutschlandlied" at l-N \To headquarters, and the flag of West Germany |t<>ok its place with those of the other nations there, [••l-ewhere others were marking, not a beginning, j but a memory of something they truly hoped would [have lasting meaning—their liberation. In Berlin, the Central Council of Jews in Germany marked the anniversary of liberation with a meeting in Germany's largest synagogue. Speakers at the meeting were Dr. Otto Suhr, Mayor of Berlin, Heinz Galinski. president of the Berlin Jewish Community, and Dr. H. G. van Dam, secretary general of the Central Council. Dr. van Dam reminded his listeners that there had been more than one surrender in the recent history of Germany, that the capitulation to the Allies in 1945 had been preceded by the capitulation of the German people to the Nazis, without a fight, in 1933 and in 1938, when the anti-Semitic program had moved into high gear. On a strip of beach near Neustadt, not far from retary of State for Legislative Affairs. The State Department wrote Sen. Lehman in response to a communication which the Senator had sent to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles—a copy of a letter from the American Association of Former Austrian Jurists Inc.—concerning the indemnification of Austrian victims of Nazi oppression. "It seems necessary," said the Association chairman, Siegfried Geyerham, "that Austria be forced 'N0NS0VIETISM the spot where 7,398 concentration camp inmates fore the State Treaty is concluded, .1 I !__. _f t.. m m Mm *m I..** I .!_... it... 11 t' Cn—4.. .knuU ...,f Driye Renewed Against Religion WASHINGTON (JTA)— Neither religion nor "non-Soviet nationalism" will be tolerated in the Soviet Union, according to a domestic radio broadcast in the USSR reported here by the United States to enact satisfactory Icgisjaton on | JJEStta Agency The renewed ban against "nonthis (indemnification) matter be.Iropped Arcona" and the "Thielbeck." two Nazi slave ships, went to the bottom, loaded with prisoners of 24 different nationalities, after an air raid on Nazi shipping in the Baltic. Sovereignty for Germany created new problems for some, and opened old wounds for others. In the latter category, tho news from Washington that a Presidential Executive Order transferring a hard Core of war criminals to German authority where they would be eligible for wholesale pardon and rewas disquieting. The beneficiaries of the new order would be that handful of the very worst offenders who had not already been the recipients of widespread clemency of United States authorities. 1 pointed up, in the opinion of exAssistant Secretary Morton, re-, ns here hat therc has becn plying to Sen. Lehman, wrote: ch jf] he basic communi t "The Department and the American Embassy in Vienna have view-; %  • The broadcast not only warned with symnathy the claims of ed against a letdown in atheist victims of Nazi action, and have ex-j cam p a i RnSi D ut also cautioned Sopressed their desire to seek a viet ci|izcns against perrnilting speedy and just solution to the problem of claims of individuals and with respect to heirless property in Austria. I am in complete agreement with you as to the wisContinued on Pag* 11 A "freedom of discussion." The broadcast said: "Recently, the struggle against religious views was relived, owing to poor atheistic propaganda.'* • i



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PAGE 6 A •Jmis*tk**aw FRIDAY. MAY 20, A'i'.s Cr.il Isgen Miss Rogan Will Marry This Summer Alpha Epsilon Phi sororit) Pi Lambda Phi fraternity have another merger. Mr. and Mn Max Bogaa, 150 S th Shore < I Miami. The bridegroom ia graduate of H -h Point High School, attended I kc l"niver.-ity and the I'niverof North Carolina He waa t in the Air Force during V, rid War II and is at pre-ent naging an optical bu-inesin Ni Orleans After their -ummcr wedding, the pie will make their home in %  s Point. N.C. Muldavin, Fcldan Betrothal Revealed Mrs. Mary Muldavin. of New York City, announcethe engagement of her daughter. Sari Lvnne. to Lt. Albert Feldan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan. 1444 S\V 17th ter.. Miami Sari Lynne is also the daughter of the late Lester Muldavin. The newly engaged couple met on campus while attending Ohio State University. Sari Lynne received her BBS degree in Commerce from Ohio State in June. 1934. She was a member of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, president of the retailing club and waselected "Miss Disc Jockey ." She is now associated with Kirby Block, of New York City. Lt Feldan graduated from Miami Senior High School and received hiBBS from Ohio State in June. 1954 He is a member of Tau Ep-ilon Phi school fraternity and was also named to Phi Eta Sigma.' fre-hman honorary. Beta Gamma Sigma, business honorary, and the sphinx club, senior men's honorary He wa* president of his class during his fre-hman year, was chairman of "Greek Week" during his senior year and wa-elected to serve as a member of the Ohio Stators. Inc. At present, he is %  serving with the Armed Force-. No definite plans have been made for the wedding as Lt Feldan 1-lated to serve a tour of duty in the Far East. i-^iss Terry Schildkraut and Herbert Werman will be mari.'ed May 25 at the Jewish last Rockaway Community Center, Long Island. N.Y. The Lridegrocm-elect is the son of Mr. Abraham Werman, 3555 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach, .ho is going North to attend 3M wedding. PERSONALLY SPEAKING MrAlfred H. Predinger is spending two months in Buffalo. NY., as guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Jerome Rosokoff. %  to -to -to On May 29. Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb. of 910 Michigan ave. are leaving for Memphis. Tenn.. to visit their son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Leb. and their grandchildren. Stephen and Mich ael. They will then motor to St. Louis, where they will attend the graduation of their son. Herbert, from St. Louis University school of medicine on June 7. He will intern at Jackson Memorial Hospital. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kahn. together with their sister. Mrs. Diana Sharoff. are leaving for California to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson. Barry Beiderman. %  to -to -to Mrs. Samuel S, Siker. 1634 Biarritz dr.. left this week to visit her son in law and daughter. Rabbi and j Mrs. Henry' O. Bernstein, and new j grandson, Joel, born Apr. 25 at I New London. Conn. Mrs. Bern, stein is the former Dr. Estelle Stkjer, noted pediatrician. Unable to 'make the trip. Dr. Siker remained in Miami Beach The Sikerhave jone other grandchild, who is the \ daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ephraim 'S. Siker, Pittsburgh. Pa, LVC _! Shown after the recent Mother's Day services ct Temple Beth Sholom are (left to right) Mn Irving B. Kaplan, president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Honor Mother of 1953. greeting Mn Bsnjamin Mcndell. a 1955 Outstanding Mother; Mrs. Barry Cameron, Honor Mother of 1955. i and Mrs. Maurice B. Shein, another Outstand Lng Mother. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual lead, er. looks on. tiene TTUOJ Sheldon Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bergman, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, May 21. during the 9 a.m. service. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Normandy School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONS—At the installation of officers c: Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs. Abe Swartz v as welcomed into office as president, and Mrs. Max Davis v. as honored for bringing 51 new members into the group, before she was installed. Pictured are Mrs. Davis, vice president and co-chairman of the day; Mn. Swartz, Mrs. Helen Sanders, retiring president, and Mrs. Ben Lebow, co-chairman. lta retell Douqlas Edward Beckman. son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beckmcn, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Saturday. May 21. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate. Douglas hen been a student for three yaars at the Coral .Gables Center religious fchool and is a seventh grade student in Shenandoah Junior High. Among out-oftown guests will be his great aunt, Mrs. Anne Aginsky, wile of the late well known scholar Jacob Aginsky. of the Bronx. Di LMo Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mandel. will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, May 21. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Marvin is a seventh' grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. Herskowitz Bur Mitzvah Saturday Allan Herskowitz will become j Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. May 21. of Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Shmaryahu i Swirsky will officiate. Allan. Son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Herskowitz. 2120 SW 11th -t.. Miami, is a seventh grade student in Shenandoah Junior High School %  and has attended Beth El religious school for the past five years. A reception honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held in the Algiers I hotel Saturday morning. Among guests attending will be Allan's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris %  Neumann. Bronx. NY., and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Neumann and daughters, of Philadelphia, Pa., his ; uncle and aunt. Bund far! 0. StiUk Earl Sedlik Bar Mitzvah Saturday Earl David Sedlik son of Mr ail Mrs. Nathan Sedlik 221 Sw flo ave Miami, will become Bar Mh>| vah during Saturday morning sa] ices. May 21. of Hauler Graniij Jewish Communit> (enter tat Leo Heim will officiate A reception in honor of the Bar 1 Mitzvah will follow Saturday after-1 noon at his home Among ouMf-l !town guests will be Mrs. Must I Winter, Earl's great aunt, and MB. I Ida Weisberg. of Nea York Otr.l and Mr. and Mrs El Fine. Brmtf lyn. Earl is president of his !• tending Beth Dawd reltf* school for the past lour >ea Bever Bar Mitzvah Mark Beyer will become Bjj Mitzvah during llincha -en** Beth David Synagogue SaturdU* temoon. May 21 Mara ^1 enth grade student at Shenamn-j Junior High School : 1 tended Beth David religious sc*"' for the past three years. Howard Vogel Horn Mr. and Mrs. Joel Vogel.* NW 23rd ae.. announce the of their son. Howard Jay,, %  %  at Doctors Hospital 0 *f^ his brother, Stephen tra months old. 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1DAY, HAY 20. 1955 + Uwisti thriliir riedland in New rm as Temple lanu-EI President L [riedland. civic and reL |er, will be installed for ^,hn ear as president of TemKm^ru-Kl in a ceremony that 11 highlight Temple's Fri• servicIhe ln-( late | yjcciof the Ison. Jl,. ( l to ascend I pulpit and be ; r gpd with l nonsibil-' I Habbi i.ehrman.jB Kalling officer,^" honorary life friedland bsidents Mayer H. Frankel, JoM Rose and Harry Sirkin; presidents, Benjamin I. BinV. (h:.rles Fruchtman, Samuel J. %  perin, Joseph M. Lipton and [H-r J, Talianoff; treasurer. Max Herman; financial secretary, Sol Iriniur.: recording secretary, Dr. rnian R. Mechlowitz. r.ikiru oaths as members of the (rd 'i directors will be Harry den^tein, Jack Burris, Joseph erner, Morris Cohen, Bernard Feiner, Nathan Glosser, Allen hdberg. George Goldberg, Jo^h H< ffman. Leon Jacobs, Harry retzky, David Levinson, Samuel im. Samuel Magid, Oscar MamVrnham Mason, Baron de >ch Meyer, I. Louis Mintzer, Dr. n P< iser, Leo Robinson, Julius tcn-tein, Raymond Rubin. Irving putzman, Edward J. Singer, JaSpund, Alfred Stone and HenIWaitzkin. Members of the board of truswho will take office are Ar|n Applebaum, Daniel Broad, C haikin, Jules Channing, Jack nper, Henry Cove, Irving Cypen, V. Danbaum. Leo Eisenstein, Jack J. Falk. Raymond Feiner, Jinan P. Forrest, Dr. Stanley ohlinf.', Maurice G. Furman, SydGans, Saul Genet. Ben Zion nsburt. Alexander Gordon, Nat ]k<::. Henry Hillman, Harold bchfieid. }o-eph Hutner, Dr. Sherman ilan. Irvin Katz. Sam Katz, Bennin %  : Kline, M. J. Kopelowitz, rv Levine, Hank Meyer, Harry Ifson, Al Osheroff. Julius J. PerlItter, David Phillips, Louis PolIk. Joseph Postol, David Provus, |rnard Rodins, Seymour Rubin, in. Rubin, Marcus O. Sarokin, TV Seligman, Jack Silverman, tun Sirkin, Max Sulken^William PAGE 5 A House Parties for Candidate The headquarters of Councilman Burnett Roth announced this week a series of house parties for friends and campaign workers which were held Saturday at 2205 North Meridian ave. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome G Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Hillard L. Joseph were hosts. Two parties wore hejd on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. William T. Kruglak II entertained at 19 Palm ave. Palm Island. At the Arlen Arms, 215 30th st.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Mollie Hauben was hostess. Sussman, Michael Tose, Harold Turk, Sidney Walzer. Charles Yavers and Raphael i'unes. Physicians' committee of Mount Sinai Hospital pledges support of the new development project. Shown at a meeting are Drs. Ralph Kirsch, Louis Lytton, Stanley Frehling, S. Charles Werblow, Milton Goldman, Leonard Weil, William Bernstein and Harold Rand. Proven Businessman Dedicated to Civic Betterment The City Council Needs a Businessman ELECT LEONARD A. IE n ITY COUNCIL MIAMI IEACH i IM I',,I Ailv ) file stamp of quality • i 4 J hroughout South Florida, "Maule Made", signifies building materials that not only meet but exceed every man-made and time-made test of quality and durability. "Maule Made" signifies economy for the builder products especially designed and perfected for modern, sub-tropical architectural trends. And, we like to feel that every South Florida builder knows we're sincerely and constantly trying to maintain stable prices and to make Maule Service dependable, fast and accurate. Whether it's a job or a project • may we have the privilege of serving you?/ :. .! ,1 MIAMI PHONE 89-6631 £220 Biscayne Boulevard FT LAUDERDALE Y* LOgan 4-1211 1335 Northeast 26th Street j i PRODUCTS and SERVICES Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks Central and Transit-Mixed Concrete • Concrete Aggregates • Concrete Joists • Dox System for. Floors and Roofs • Presfressed Beams • Precast Channel Slabs • Large Precast Wall Panels v • Cement • Rock • Sand • Cement, Slump, Fire and Common Brick • Ranch Stone • Stepping Stones • Reinforcing Steel • Lumber • Millworlc j • Plastering Materials • Vermiculite Products • Roofing Materials • Builders' Hardware • Builders' Supplies i 100% Construction loans Improvement Loans IONEER SOUTH FLOBIDABUI L D I N C^SUP PLY HOUSE



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J-AGE 8 B Annual Health Meet Opens Here Health Asaonsuoas ami state r* held at 'he McAllister boM^-FVMBr nd Saftarda? Be Ernes* E. Mam. of Peois p iejjdem of the stale body which prtuddi over one it .00 FridayDr J. Wither %  e. recentJy named president of the Greater Miami Ministerial A%  ttoR. delivered the invocation Deuey Kr.ighv Miami, past presi• of, the local and tate TuberA vocations, and Dr Alee president of the Dade County Medical Association, the expected 300 deleat the opening meeting. A third organization, the Florida Trudeau Society, medical branch be Florida Tuberculosis Associ'.. met concurrently, holding BS Fnday and Saturday Local physicians participating the Trudeau program included DeWitt C Daughtry and MauDr Robert Lawsoa. Beam and chairman of the irtment of Pediatnc at the ity of Miami Medical School: and Dr* Jack Reiss and G.Tge Baum. of the V A. Hospital in Coral Gablf Dade County Tuberculosis Ass'ic:stion committee handling arpeiatati were Mr* Jacob Van Ziriden. chairman. Dr Seymour MrS J Bobbitt. Mrs E. R Lindabary and Dr ft. D Thompson. IN THE MAIL • Editor. The Jewish Flondian: The following is a letter we received from Gen. David Saraoff. of the Radio Corporation of America, who was in the audience at our ifjaal showing of '.America—Mother of Exiles." a music-drama pageant in commemoration of 300 year? qf Jewish settlement in the L rated State* We feel this letter from such a distinguished national j leader will be of interest to your readerMR. and MRS. BEN YOMEN Shepard Broad, the first and only mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, has been named by fellow councilmea to his ninth term. Darid M. Abel was chosen assistant mayor. He and Joseph J. Gardner, who were elected to four-year council terms in April, were sworn in last week. Reappoint to their present posts were J. M. Lelchuk. town %  flBSflsJRE I ( .". : i Dash clerk; Joseph Farrell. police chief: and Frank Manship. fere chief. Israelite Center Women Nome Mrs. Schwartz MrJack Schwartz has been elected president of the Dora Stein Si-terhood of the Israelite Center She was previously elected president in 1949 and held that office for two year-. Other officers named at an election meeting thi week are the Medame Sylvia Golin. first vice pre-ident: Leon Kutun. second vice pre-ident: William Dickson. third vice pre-ident: George Graham, financial secretary. The Me-dameSol Koenigsberg. • -ponding secretary: Lil Becker, recording secretary: Henry Lazarus, treasurer: Morton Malavsk;. chaplain: Barbara Granat. par liamentanan; Jacob Balk and Charles Owe l-ky sergeants at arms: and Harry Tulin. Helen Stock and Max Lefkowitz. auditor*. Soil for forooe, isroei Mr. and Mrs Samuel Stem, of 4500 North Jefferson ave Miami Beach, sailed for Europe and Israel on the S.S. Constitution Saturday. On Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Stein were honored with an Oneg Shabbat following services at Temple Beth Sholom Dear Mr and Mrs. Yomen: I want to express the deep appreciation and pleasure given me when I attended your production of the musical-documentary drama. America—Mother of Exiles." at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday. Apr 24. spon>ored by the Miami Beach Community Singers, as part of the national Tercentenary celebration of the Je;-h People in America. In my opinion, this production— with its songs, music and dramatic sketches—caught the true flavor of the Jewish contribution to American history culture and de. velopment Yet. it correctly em pha-ized that without the freedom of democracy' and the individual opportunity which America offers to all its citizens, regardless of race or religion, such advances as have been made in our country byJewish men and women could never have been achieved. I congratulate you and your entire cast on a splendid production. 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PAGE 2 A +JeistfhrkMari LAKIST CASH fT Baron de Hirsch Meyer Gives UM New S211 f 000 Law School Bylding Hirsch Meyer, prominent Jewish community leader, is presenting the V>f Miami with its new school of la* buii Dr Jay F. W Pearsor.. IJI presi dent, revealed this week Dr Pear son said that the S211000 from Meyer is the largest cash gift ever ^ anVconstrnrtion wifl start" %  received by the am .ianag ^ a contractor is chosen. the lifetime of a don Classes are expected to enter it af A member of the IM board of ter the winter vacation trustees. Meyer is a prominent bu Mount Shiai Hospital. vte* |nes3dent of the Jewish Home for the Aged and founded the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fond of Jewish Family Service The new IM law boiktrng M plmiiil by Robert M. Little, arch. inessman and attorney and a graduate of Harvard Law School. He w.s admitted to the Miami Bar in 1927 Meyer is presently a member of the board of trustees of Beth Tfilafi Women Plan Bool Cruise rhood of Beth Tfilah will hold a boat ride on Sunday afternoon. May 22 The yacht -Seven Seas" leaves P:er 8. MMWII. at 430 : Caa^rcur. of the affairs is Mrs Anna Silberman. Comnv.-rs Mrs Besmt Jaeobson. Mrs Rose Listig. Mrs. Frieda Feiiman MrRache! K 11 be welcomed b> Vr Rachel K -rhood p: Dr Pearsor. said the Meyer gift made possible the consolidation of the law school into one efficient area It will provide Mernck space now used by law students for expansion of the general library It also %  lift of spirit to have a friend prove M lively his faith in the iinnt The present law school of 460 student:a graduate school requiring the bachelor degree for admission The new building wili be Miller dr and San Amaro opposite the Ring Theater Its library wing will hold the present 71.6*6 volumes and providt for expar. sion. There will be a reading rw for MO. and a 500-seat cour A four story unit houses admioi>t ration and faculty facilities -rooms will have a seating capacity of 400 The whole structure, light and open, conforms to the tropical arBeth Shoiom /Heir's Club To Hear (Hikers' Report Men's Club of Temple Beth Shoiom will hold a barbecue steak dinner in the patio of the Temple on Wedne-wlay' evening. June 1. according to an announcement by program chairman Albert L. Rosen. I In charge of the function as coj chairmen are Morry B. Morris and I Sol S Pine. Dr. Alexander Rob I %  Ok*, chairman of fhe nominating committee, will present a report On new officers and directors for next year. Proceeds from the dinner will go towards the support of the Temple's youth work program, stated Jack A. Abbott, president of the Men's dub Dr Meyer Eggnatz is chairman of,he Vouu,, gram & you suite PAIN':;: 0 FAST RBUEr w.fh TW way HloMonrf, _, %  %'ll'llli •* -t-i,t 1( menmn A ._, £j ST**" T -;' i .,-__ i"" •"•""'<=-t0 W rf7^ "-•<*' %  •-*, %  '--.-•, N,__ •ct ..- f ol „. %  %  -,„ : mm ~ T\ *• %  • ~Mxioch. ntvtZTrf m Aaecii Tabl, l -y AnJJ" R^ \ fHdO&J MATZOH ME A Flamingo Court Plans Benefit FuiKtioa far ChiloVen To Return Home Soon Cm tour of Israel ar.c-s N Rjfcjo: \:._-ni chitecture of other new buildings %  ** Mrs. I BM t Cutlass are. hear comma 7--meal %  Bar at Hi! M^ 8-mtr o: -he I week at the ore Mand. to -' special Beach return home oor. on the campuv .. hr V* smi'ios w •i I Ah narnaH organ; a May 29. *WrW'.reogWg j coflfri, croquettes. fer all reap*. 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.'AGE 4 A fJemstiflcrkliar PutMtafcaa' avary Fr a, r tine* *W ky MM riari.a at 1 *. E Sjatti Street. Miami FlwWa. Cntt-d ii (acond-clata matter July 4. int. at the Past Office "at Mum., FU.. uMtr tit* Act af March t. 18TS. The Jtwiik Ftoriaian tia* t n r( U the Jewish U>ty and tt Jewish WnW, Mewtoer ef the JewieM Telef'aph e Agency. See Art* Feature Syndicate. WfM. a M Newt &erv.e. Nilcfiil EdttaVial Association. Amer. lean Association of Ena.i.sh-Jewisa Newaaaawrs, Ftaritfa %  'rate Aaaaciatian. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Surth Sheet Telepbones 2-1141 — 2-8212 tot suaraatee the Kaaa ruth oC the mr<-han0 Two vear .sa.al Fridcy. May 20. 1955 Volume 29 Number 20 Iyar 28. 5715 Positive Commonity leadership Continued cooperation demonstrating genuine discipline and community spirit is further emphasized by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, which has been holding a series of seminars and conferences in the Greater Miami area during the past few weeks. Seminary leaders here and throughout the nation carry forward in their dedicated task of bringing to various communities the story of the need for spiritual value in our time. Yet in their many programs, they have wisely respected the need for integrating their seminar activities into our overall community picture. Greater Miami Jewish Federation has. throughout its existence, continued to emphasize that the sooner a pattern of careful planning is clearly established the sooner will the community meet its responsibilities to both its local and outside agencies in orderly and efficient fashion. Recognizing the purposes of careful planning, the Jewish Thecloaical Seminary has avoided open fund raising campaigns here until such time as Federation's 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal was winding up its drive. In the forefront of this cooperative spirit have been Miami leaders active culturally and philanthropically here, as well as in the national and local programs of Seminary. ^ With such men as Samuel Halperin and Samuel Friedland at their helm, it is no wonder that the theological school has entered unguestioningly into the spirit of civic cooperation—has refrained from asking for help to continue its seminars on spiritual and moral values, as well as its school programs, until our community was ready to pay heed to its call. Friedland. again elected president of Temple Emanu-El this week, is known nationally for his cultural, philanthropic and religious leadership. Recently elevated to the post of national chairman of the Jewish Theological Seminary, he has long been active in behalf of numerous Jewish causes. He is a former president of Federation, as well as a former campaign chairman. Friedland's many trips to Israel—his last, from which he returned only a few weeks ago — have been made for the purpose of surveying the Jewish Stgte's economic and industrial progress in which he actively participates. At home, Friedland's philanthropic and cultural interest has not alone been confined to the Jewish community; his Food Fair Foundation late last year announced a program of college and university scholarships for young men and women throughout the nation. Halperin was only recently appointed chairman of the South Florida region for the national planning committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. His interest in behalf of Seminary and its moral statesmanship seminars have brought him into the forefront of active discussion in these affairs. Vice president of Temple Emanu-El. Halperin is a member of Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District and numerous other religious and proIsrael groups. He is fust vice president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and a founder and board member of the Beach Better Business Bureau. He is a past president of the Beach Board of Realtors and the Miami Beach Presidents' Council. Such activities, among many others too numerous to mention, have marked Halperin's contribution to our community since his civic career began here back in 1936. Such is the leader who now assumes the preeminent post of South Florida regional chairman of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, as Seminary continues the task it has cut out for itself —bringing to all of us the story of the need for spiritual value in our time. It is a tribute to the theological school and to its leadership, as well, that the manner in which it has carried forward its programs within the larger community planning'picture amply demonstrates the meaning of spiritual statesmanship in practical, everyday living. The Ml Story is Needed American Jewish Committee leaders met in conference, in Washinqton some two weeks ago. Among speakers at one of the sessions was Maxwell M. Raab, secretary to President Eisenhower's cabinet Mr. Raab told the AJCommittee leaders that enlightened American public opinion is tumbling down the walls of discrimination and prejudice, and AJC president Irving M. Engel presented Mr. Raab with a scroll and special citation "for his devoted efforts and resourcefulness in carrying forward President Eisenhower's high resolve that all Americans regardless of race, color or creed, shall enjoy to the full their birthright of equal opportunity." Mr. Raab's address and the AJC presentation came concurrently with the publication by a Scripps-Howard newspaperman of a story revealing that "organized biqotry is on the upswing in America." The writer. Jack Steele, observes that hatemongering may not be as dangerous at it was in the late '30's. when nazi and fascist funds supported the activities of the Gerald L. K. Smiths and the Father Charies E. Coughlins, but that unless checked by exposure and education, it may grow strong enough again to subject the U.S. to lethal doses of poisonous malice. Now, Mr. Steele's observations do not necessarily vitiate the position of Mr. Raab; nor do they detract from the purposes of the American Jewish Committee presentation to him for his contribution to the eradication of segregation in our nation's capital. Certainly. President Eisenhower has demonstrated a firm resolve to outroot bigotry from government employment practices—as his January, 1955 appointment of Mr. Maxwell Abbell, a friend of Mr. Raab, to chairmanship of the President's Committee on Employment Practices in Government indicates. But we respectfully submit that none of these anti-prejudice activities reaches the root of the greatest difficulty today—bigotry in the disguise of "security risk" dismissals. Abraham Chasanow, Wolf Ladejinsky, the Ft. Monmouth investigations and the recent release of Edward Corsi as administrator of the 1953 Refuqee Relief Act are all cases in point. In each of these cases, men were withdrawn from government service as a result of flimsy charges that they were security risks. In none of these cases was a single security risk charge substantiated. Mr. Chasanow has been returned to his post, with apologies by the U.S. Navy; Mr. Ladejinsky is now in Viet Nam, although the charge against him in clown-like fashion still stands and although the President worsened things by remarking that Viet Nam is less sensitive than was Mr. Ladejinsky's job in Tokyo; the Ft. Monmouth cases were only recently flayed as the most impossible example yet established by the Administration in its security program; Mr. Corsi. a sacrifice in the name of the ominous McCarranWalter Act and a victim of Rep. Walter's outright racial prejudice, rejected the offer of a new post by Mr. Dulles within days after pressure had been applied on Mr. Dulles to fire the New York State Republican leader. Here are areas of discrimination which Mr. Raab completely failed to discuss at a highly opportune moment; here are areas of discrimination which, with their official sanction, make the slavum activities of the Gerald L. K. Smiths and Merwin K. Harts look amateurish indeed The AJCommittee award to Mr. Raab was apt certainly, but Mr. Raab missed the best time of his life to tell us what the Administration intends doing about bigotry within its midst. FRIDAY M.v During The Week .. .A. I TsTTj By LEO MINDLIN SUMMING UP a course of action is a difficult thing wn has been accomplished Summing up a course of action i s / thing when little has been accomplished. Or. the converse na^O? readily true, depending upon the agent of summation M.inifolTL-t 4 ment elicits complex analysis of the program that produced it in < i> little satisfaction in what has been achieved, if the past mi Jr critically regarded for the agent of summation as is the future v ill him in equally critical regard so far as yet undiscovered poj i! 1 are concerned. Manifold achievement elicits simple analysis";? assumed that the totality of possibility has been explored, if :• j ,' that perfection has been attained. The case of complex analysis in the fact of relatively achievement need not concern us; for there lies the road to inte'li dishonesty. The case of simple analysis in the face of Run achievement should not concern us; for there lies the road to satisfaction and social doom. Thus it is that most of us become fearfully complicated in mi of human import. Since we are never willing to surrender to the t that future possibility is something we may take lightly. we are fa %  engaged in summing up the past and in planning for what lies • This is especially true and a particularly marked characteristic of munity organizations. No one will deny the seriousness of their in i although one often hears disparaging remarks about the >eriou, of some of their leaders. Perhaps such disparagement may be attributed to the geo* cynical nature of men; yet, happily, that cynicism has never paralyzing enough to prevent community organizations from contk. their programs. What it comes down to is that there are var-mii grees of achievement, which depend upon the people responsible | these programs, upon the area in which they operate and upon a| of other factors too numerous to mention here. If a comnnmk) i ization feels that it has not been as successful as previous pUgaj portended, this is because a lower level of attainment has been read-! than original consideration envisioned. Annual meetings of community organizations are the public a* mation of battlegrounds on which were privately fought out. if never a I I almost never resolved, the frustrations resulting from the hiatv kl tween goal and accomplishment. Annual meetings, too. are frecu a sounding-board for the cynicism and the disparagement never a j but always silently present and silently accusing. Behind the gieei_ I the gaiety of award and recognition lie the post kind %  ; ^1 analysis and the most -harply resolved decisionto better in i future "no matter what." I ATTENDED two annual meetings this week. Th. first, on!.. morning, saw the Jewish Social Service Bureau officially chan|Ti name to Jewish Family Service, heard the agency announce that i vocational service department bad become a permai ent arm am its other programs and that it was now ready to offer the corsmu | foster care for children, infant adoption and help to unwed rsouV., The second, on Tuesday evening, was the yearly occa-i. n for FederatkL to thank its many campaign leaders, elect officerand reevaluite jj I relationship to its participating organizations, as well ato the areai I large. Mrs. Stanley C. .Myers, chairman of the original JSSB con 'on child care, reviewed at the Sunday meeting the history ol i agency's struggle to add this new service to its programand descri i in detail Federation action that led to the new Jewish family Servio licensing as a child placement group. But it reman. I Ackerman. JFS president, "to sum up. Aptly called Whats ill Name." her address considered the agency s three previous offiriiL %  titles and implied that subsequent changes since the estabhshnal of the original United Jewish Aid Association symbolized a corouatf effort to attain manifold achievement in family service on a pro* sional level. Philosophically "weighty.'" Mrs. ACKerman s address touched upn| the general evolution of family counselling concepts from ch 'beginnings to its current somantieally aesthetic "psychiatric i worker" status, which appeals to the troubled needol even incoa group in the Jewish community. But the talk also hit hard at kN apathies, at what it called "placidity." at what it envisioned as "inhospitable" nature of leadership here. Change of the agenc; nai Mrs. Ackerman said, did not portend but announced instead pn ; termined change in the organization's intent. In th:sense, the Jfl policy the address defined developed into a kind ol unnece>Ninlr| I belligerent challenge hurled at those who might call for caution ial face of vaulting ambition. Superficially. Mrs. Aekerman's talk sendl as a rationale for the agency's rapidly expanding hon/on—a H"**! not really needed because, reluctantly or not. slowly or not *| | Service's present status, achieved by community consent, seerra tok-l more than an adequate answer to the charge of phi. iitv and tfH pitality. A valuable contribution lay in emphasis of the fact th.it ur fieaSa| of Bervkea can be the only possible mode of JFS oper.ition, siM*j centralization and its attendant narrowing of scope "to -impleua* 'consultation bureau must inevitably limit its (JFS) significancet*[ community." Ml THE PRESIDENT'S report at the Federation annual me^af**! the form of a panel, in which participants attempted to define Ff* torn > role in the area at large. In this regard, the ort :.'.iti'>n's| | tion both as a fund raising and community planning arm became awl test Summations here could only touch by implication upon th that the hiatus between goal and accomplishment imi-i be i""***^ narrowed in future years. The JFS observation Sunday about < faculty of getting monies either for addition of new services** pansion of old programs is a case in point. For this hitter observation. I am sure, has been made by U-l ership of every participating Federation organization B"' lem. it seems to me. can not be resolved by broadside criticism %  Federation, per se. nor. even by implication, of those principal^ sponsible for the planning agency > policies. Resolution of the r i lem must be sought and found within the community itself-* | members of the community, who can ultimately be taufjft t "^ to the concept of total community awareness. As I see it, a principal fund raising technique has been pasT ance upon the bloody history of unfortunate Jewry abroad *t the banner of brutality, decry the mounds of destruction. 'P*"*?^ glee the transgressions of Arab against Israeli as a means o( m response to our charitable needs. It is for us to envision ••' such techniques will no longer prove bountiful and to wort V those methods that should equally successfully arouse the c,,fa of American Jewry to recognize urgent needs' at home There is %  thing psychically diseased about a philanthropy based upon "* tinuing hypnosis of Jewish blood. When local achievement may be regarded with the same w eye. then we shall have arrived at the point where. n,wer *rl i community, we are answerable to each other If Federation us* here, it is to encourage a kind of leadership dedicated to thus ena ticipating agencies have no less a role in such a dedication.



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PAGE 6 B Local Accountant Have Your Sugar Wins Top Award j And Eat it. Too Richard J Horwich. 9666 SW 13 h st.. Miami, is the winner of the Elijah Watt Sells gold medal !• r the highe.-t score ajpong those wfco took all Jour parts of the uni I certified public accountant examination last November and v [ >?>e papers were reviewed by the A"erican Institute of Accountant. The examination was adminisCutting down on calorics for beauty's sake? More power to you. milady Those unnecessary calories have no place in modem living, but you no longer have to deny yourself all the Things that make life sweet —not now. because there's a new calorie-free sweetener on the market—real sugar flavor Here \i a recipe ior Ottawa i This is a big advance for our j wha m have called the Ame ncan side in the battle against the bulge nni O* of Sweet Falafel.'' which Called Suganne. its actually ( h j^, ^^po,,^ t „ the 'hot sweeter than sugar-comes in condog< n aro |, • and is very spicy yet without any. and hj h ^^d You'll like To Attend UnviHW Mr. Abraham wZ^ •ttend the unveil^: mcnt to the Fanny, wb <**h._| •iT centrated form, yet without any artificial taste Best of all. it has (ht> v Wee • ver>lon wl ,h wine or fruit punch or even hot drink* It Send your favorite reeiee to The JewWi FlorMtan, tocher with ••or neme m6 address. If you neve a recent photeraK, you ny include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear tn t*i column, you will be pretented with a copy of The Book of Jewfa* Recipe*." Containing 500 kosher recipe* and a Foreword on the principles of cookery. The following is a de luxe salmon patty recipe sent to The Jewish Floridian by Mrs. Abe Hirsch. 1930 SW 20th St.. Miami: No. 1 can of good red salmon for making Thrifty too—when a four-ounce bottle will sweeten more than 700 cup< of coffee or tea It takes only one teaspoonful to equal sixteen of sugar, and tablespoon ithe equivalent of a cup. You can measure it by the drop from a handy shaker top bottle. On cereal or fruit, in desserts and for cooking, it gives you sweet ness—nothing more. Recommended by doctors for diabetics, overweights and low calorie diets, it is perfectly harmless—safe for children or grown ups alike. So stop taking the "calorie count" when your sweet-tooth gets the best of you. Your life can be sweeter and your figure neater when you use this new concentrated sweetening—ST to become a favorite f.cAerrf 1. Norwich by state board* of accountancy to approximately 12.000 ("PA late* throughout the (J S !-' rwkh is the soi I Hr and Mrs U T Harwich oak Park. Ill lie at• i school in Oak Park and .. %  red from the L'nuerMiami with a BBA degree in Feb1953 and LI.B in February : 4 --.<:: auditor with Calla.iid Stuzin. certified public acMiami, and i a member Florida 1 >nd a ber of the Miami Accountancy .. ich anl hi* wife. S Alan, born 23 Youngerman School Will Be Seen in Recital May 29 Attorney Moves Offices M J Berliner has announced the removal of his offices for the practice of law to suite 1016 Congress bldg. Miami Beach Democratic Club Endorses Burnett Roth Following a poll of 300 of its members. Dr Samuel A. Cluck, president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, announced this week that the organization has formally endorsed the candidacy of Councilman Burnett Roth for relection to the city council. "The Board of Governor" ia meeting again this week to choose the remaining three candidates that they will endorse for the remaining vacancies in the Miami Beach Council." Dr Gluck said In a statement announcing the threatens here: Sweet Falafel 4 cups thick purree of cooked chick peas aA 1 tsp salt '_• cup sugar. 2 tblsp lemon juice and 1 tblsp rind grated 1 ; tp mixed herbs (basil, marjoram, thyme etc.) l 4 cup fine cracker crumbs (Matzo meal or bread crub4 eggs 4 tblsp melted shortening (olive oil or Sesame seed oil called Tahini —available here) 1 cup dry crumbs Deep melted shortening for frying. Soak dry chick peas, called Nahit or Nahut. Barbanzos or Checci. in cold water to amply cover and allow for expansion. Overnight soaking is recommended. Drain well, rinse in running cold water, cover with fresh cold water and cook till j tender, approximately 1 hour. If a I pressure cooker is used, cooking I time is wonderfully reduced Con-1 suit >our cooker directions for exj act time, but rest assured these nutty little chick peas never cook apart Drain wejl and put through I the fine blade of your food chop| per or mash thoroughly till free of i lumps Add salt and other seasonj j ings. sugar, grated lemon rind and '. I juice and the l cup fine crumbs. memory of w-^i ho died last year t*^ monies will I,L '••til 1 lemon, juice extracted 1 small box of Corn clakes— crushed (individual serving) 4 egg yglks Beat all the ingredients together and lastly fold in beaten whites Fry in hot spry or crisco dropped by a tablespoon. Fry on both sides until brown. Makes about 18 patties. Serve with baked potatoes or creamea green peas. The patties can be eaten cold the next day; or they can be warmed up for sandwiches. £J School of "Plamed that "we are endorsing the Modern Creative Dance and Councilman Roth because of his !' -iern Ballet will hold it> annual ""dependent stand on many of the i recital at the lbSUes affecting residents of this ~ear School Au-' community. We don't want a rubiitonum on Sun ber ^""P wno w >" submit to pres-i sure from special groups. Our families live and work here, and lay evening. May S c h o lar>h'.ps I will be given to !wo d e > e rving voung d a ncers. The program will nclude an ong.nal % %  uiua of Peter Pan Youngerrecentl> appeared at a repeat rmance of her dance troup ia the Miami Beach Auditrmm • nts have been s-en on in her comp Orchestra." Uiu y — ferci— lo Discuss Intermarriage adruth rvrith will meet SatI at Kneseth brad < .jpgregatK n to hear Dr Ja c I-'.!:. ferriage in America" Mrs B< an William Agranove and A I .< .-nan will a!-o participate J Z side. their interest must come first." Miami Beach citizens are overlooking the fact that a day car center for children of working mothers would strengthen the economy of the city, according to Councilman Burnett Roth, who addressed a rally and social evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Gershon S Miller. 4271 Alton rd.. this week. "A day care center for children of working mothers means that motherwho have to support their families can hold jobs, and as a re suit, a major part of their income —at least 90 percent of it—is spent locally At the same time, the family docs not become a public charge with the resultant incre.-e in the tax burden Councilman Roth heard that his rohanteer campaign group now number. 1.600 workers Roth supporters hope that the oumbW will reach 2.500 by the time Election Day comes around Stir in the eggs and 4 tablespoons melted shortening. The mixture should be compact enough to form into balls an inch in diameter or smaller. Roll these in crumbs and drop into hot melted shortening or oil. Use a frying basket if possible, but be sure the hot fat covers the little balls of Falafels. Fry till lightly browned, lift out and drain well. Spear each with colored toothpicks for easy serving. Dust with confectioner's sugar while hot if desired. 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}AY, MAY 20, 1955 Jew is* rhriUtr mmy Enjoys Helping the Needy PAGE 5 B just doesn't seem possible here's any one in Greater Miirho hasn't heard of M. J. Hie" Kopelowitz. (least, it seems so, to hear talk about him. cheerful little man who reto allow any handicaps to i between himself and service fellow-man is a familiar in campaigns, meetings and activities wherever his untalents can be used most efly. ently, Jimmie undertook a job as head of the "Special iments Division" in the CornJewish Appeal. He was t by chairman Sam J. Heiman ephone a group of prospects nvite them to contribute to jiportant philanthropy. concentrated telephone pprcach requires the deft ;,sterly touch of a person s a keen knowledge of pubtions and, in this instance, bility to project clearly the vide service program earby CJA. Jimmie was just an. luying an unerring sense of liming and persuasiveness, commenced dialing the J numbers on Mar. 21 ,some[at the rate of nearly 100 a le worked steadily, phoning Die Federation office—or any tie happened to be—averagIveral hours a day. Jimmie J 1.000 prospects and by last (managed to secure a total successful pledges totalling 22,645. Of the 621 persons ere engaged in pleasant conIon by the expert campaignkr!y 10 percent of this numkd never previously made a pution to the Combined Jew% peal. ras truly a "one-man camin which every iota of delation and consistency were and which paid human divf in the end. ough 1,000 prospect cards landed to Kopelowitz, includlar.y refusals, failure-to-con|n


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PAGE 10B History of American Zionism C aa j i MM MB*. % %  < %  %  **• hM I *C*K Ct*"^5* **C !*. "CV -- *c*a*-c> CM t B0M5T I. The Spark and the Rre I rm cu T* OR. JAKOB ROKNTHAL orrf MAURICE W ROURGO ***mp 3Ky.Tf)a. i—zrarswi ~ 1 •"^"••u 7 .-^ KftST C9CU4 • •*• TO* TV mi'Ti o* *•" ooaasn men frc"- -inrwr *.c TCAMS •• nv v *si ac*r* M *n MWO W SOMST %  Mt fr LOW l*W OX 0 TV* sat' a*tm o *i*mr.*N BOMS**. — ORlj Rwacfar: NATim/L^ ••*•. lit**. lira, fc^ 3rti TBUQ KAMtsrawt Sigma Delia Tau Installation Due Lnnthco a at tbe Mor.tc Carlo hotel w-Jl be tbe ceae of Sigma DtlMi Taa alaasaae iBstallabea oa Mar tt Mrs Marvin Mcitus wiU become president of the icafae Other officers are the Mesdaacs Philip Sp*er. first nee president. Paal GoMnua. second vice president: G Peter Well-, correspoadmj secretary: Bertram Waller, recording secretary: Heward Green, treasurer. Philip Lefkomitz. parliaaaeatanaaMr> Morton A Grant will install new officers r~n in laciiauil chairmen for tbe 12:30 pa. affair are Mrs. Da%:d Hochberj and Mr> Ben M) ers. Reservation* for al aainae member*, i anurr aad friends are ia charge of Mrs. Howard Green tl.li I %  -- fn.-Jt IMIIywwRw nwTel >pww Milliefi for teffvislMMj Expend.'.ores tutalaag aaore than one million dollars are planned for Hollywood Beach hotel before tbe resort oaeas for tbe 195S46 season. according to aa aaaaaacemeet by owner Bea Toatn These abas mark aa acceleration of a procram that was onjinalb planned to cover a four year period. Last year more than $300..000 was allocated to tbe initial •tae> of the program, when the lobby was redecor a ted and 50 guest rnnaii were completely refarbtshedWe plan to niitin Hollvwood Beach hotel as South Florida's leading resort and to bold our posiboa among the cour.tr> outstanding hotels." Tootn said. MM Mrs. Immk President Greater Miami Alumnae Associatioa of .Alpha Epsilon Phi installed officers at a 12:30 p m. luncheon Saturday in the Delano Ratal Mr* Marvin L. Zaak is the new president, succeeding Mrs. Julian Newbauer. Other officers are Mrs. Arthur Clark, vice president: Mrs. Ronald Pallet, corresponding secretary: Mi> Manlyn Cohen, recording secretary: Mis* Maxine Oberman. treasurer, and Mrs Jack Mades. %  e m ber at-large. Mr> Newbauer was installing %  officer Mrs Fred Atlas was lunch eon chairman Camp High Land H0RA W fUridw" 0*ly m Hrs. fro* Mi ACAM fMMHRA'5 RwTST IVHISM CAMP rot ROTS R cms mm •nth S years of Man* Etfucati A Camp Eittntnu. Camp D"*ctr Capable. Matura Staff Phone M. 8-7894 LIMITED ENROLLMENT First Fruits of Season Make Fine Topping for Dromedary Shevuoth Cake • %  uoch v clo-e at hand, the excituc aroma of holiday baking will soon fill the air in many homes, often for the first time in a generation or more. Thanks to the exclusive advantages of new Dromedary Cake Mixes, never before available in o?ber method or any other mix. you can BOW achieve results which grandma with all her baking skill would never have dreaaed possible—and it's just a matter of minutes to do what took her other half for tarts or pastry shells filled with tbe same fruit Following directions on the metal foil Dromedary box—this. too. hi exclusive with Dromedary—you can have your cake ready for-the oven in less than four minutes from package to pan. with full assurance of perfect results the very first time you bake There are now four varieties of the new D ro me d ary Cake Mixes available at chains and neighborhood f/wj K H Ml \MI HF\iH 515 W — MM, j,.^ JR l-77 Draaaatic Diractar: ai. mam. a a. t. in Re-Eh BURNETT ROT YOUR COUNCILMAN! Outstanding ZIONIST BUM B'RIIH Leader Volunteer Worker PULL LEVER 8 A ,rj i' ; v -*'



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JAY. MAY 20, 1955 •JmisBincrkUar, PAGE 3 A Short Sisterhood Install Off Jews htallation of officers will be by the Sisterhood of the i Shore Jewish Center on sday evening, May 24, at the |er Fred Jonas will be installed [her second term as president. bi Mayer Abratnowitt will be llmg officer, thers to be installed are: vice Bond Workers To Get Awards For Israel Bond sales totalling more than $70,000. 24 Greater Miami Israel Bond saleswomen will be awarded solid gold "Chen" charms at a special award's brunch to be held on Thursday noon. May 26 at the Royal Palm hotel, it was announced this week by Mrs Monte Selig, chairman of the Wornfidents, the Mesdames Allan | en's Division for Israel Bonds. •. Louis Gold, A. L. MechloSam Oguz and Harry Loeb; Isurer, Mrs. Frank Briskman; fetaries, the Mesdames Franklin Lin. Max Krauss, Leon Rappee. hrice Eisenberg and Lillian Korpublicity and bulletin, Mrs. it Bloch; chaplain, Mrs. Rita ttin; parliamentarian, Mrs. HySimons; and historian,_ Mrs. hiickman. Discuss Aid I Cancer Institute lusiness meeting of the Pythian |cis, Roosevelt Temple, will be Wednesday evening. ro be discussed Wednesday will [the need to create a room at Cancer Institute at Miami, to llitate scientific invention and At the brunch, Jacob Shcr, Greater Miami chairman of the Israel Bonds committee, will prosent two prizes to the top bond saleswoman and top bond salesman' of the year. "Chen" co-chairmen, Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs. Sybil Weitz announced that nine women of the Greater Miami area will be awarded their first "Chen" charms at the brunch. The following women have earned their first charm: the Mesdames David Dcnner. Ann Frank, Pauline Sher Sosow, Esther Goodman, Harry Koretzky. Sam Simonhoff. Rose Landau Simpson, Bertha H. Silverman and Bessie Spen. It was also announced that the following women will receive their first and second charms at the lining of surgical and technical brunch: the Mesdames Leon Ell, uments to further the study j Mayshie Friedberg, Sam Luby and be expanded to further this Samuel Zitner. be expended to further this jeet. 1954, a "Golden Book" was BblNhed to perpetuate the HenIta Kastoff Memorial Fund for tKor Research, to which contri%  ons have been steadily made, addition, Roosevelt Temple has bated in excess of $800 raised Im a recent card party. Gently seasoned ... home-made taste! • Protein-rich and low in calories. Full pound in every jar! Pareve! I i v .. Plans for the Inter-American Trade and Cultural Center go into full scale operation with the recent passage of a bill by the State Legislature enabling the sale of bonds to take place. D. Lee Powell, only Miami Beach resident on the board of directors, is shown with Dr. William H. Walker, chairman of fhe board. The center, which will be located on the Graves tract at Sunny Isles, embracing 1,750 acres, is expected to employ thousands of Dade County residents upon its completion. 4 GEFILTE FISH -*T J**i XoGOSt BROS R> id Iperin Intensifies for City Council AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE • > ampaigning from one end of ami Beach to the other, Sam Halin intensified his bid for city ncil this week as he pointed out ee major achievements he acplished for the entire city in role of private citizen. Halperin's campaign committee, aded by Ben F. Danbaum, Mrs. se Weiss and Mrs. Max Bodern. has scheduled rallies for Halrin Saturday night at Washingi Park; Sunday night, at Pier rk; Tuesday night at North ore Park; and Wednesday night Stillwater Park. "I believe very section of Miami ach is entitled fo fair represenon council," Halperin said cdnesday, "and you will find that make the same statements at uth Shore and at North Beach, First and at 41st st. Beware of use who pledge special favors for c particular area, then fail to peat their promises at meetings Id elsewhere in the city." Halperin said he took the lead It the close of World War II in impelling the City of Miami o:ich to purchase the Bayshore olf Course for municipal use. alperin also pointed to his nine ears of service on the zoning jard. The candidate, first vice presitnt of fhe Chamber of Commerce, resident of the Washington Aveue Association and vice president 1 Temple Emanu-El, noted that I was the leader in a private suit 0 years ago which proved that a chool consolidation bill that would ave made Miami Beach responsible for the bonded indebtedness of HIP rest of the county was unconstitutional. That suit," said Halperin, 'saved the citizens of Miami Beach more than two million dollars." And Halperin pointed out that he took the fight to Tallahassee in 1947 against a sharp rise in insurance rates in Miami Beach after a hurricane that year. 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PAGE 10 A *-3mlstfhrk0i%r Son Travels in Father's Dental Footsteps' Eugene Rosenthal. son of Dr. and i Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. was re-' cently elected to membership in %  the Mathew H. Cryer Society of a Oral Surgery, undergraduate honor society at the University of Pennsylvania School of Denti--try. where young Rosenthal is now completing his Junior >ear. The Cryer award is bestowed upon the ten students achieving the highest scholastic standings i through the mid-terms of the jun ior year. Prior to receiving this honor, he had also received the Alpha Omega award, which is en to the outstanding student at ; the completion of the sophomore year. Dr. Rosenthal. who is currentlv serving as president of the Honda Ea>t Coa^t Dental Society, had re• ceived the same Cryer award at the same school o\er 30 yeai Spring Dance Sunday spring dance of the N Shore Chapter of B nai B nth Women will take place Sunday evening J at the Nautilus honing. May 22. a* the Nautilus bosk) and MrlUHoo Shaw Ticket chairman iMrs GcraM 1 bein I Wien Campaign Steps Up Sharply On Miami Beach With a community service rec ord that has seen him take leadership in many major medical, reli' gious and civic charities. Leonard A. Wien. Miami Beach bu.** CVtolopv *" B It _' ST****** JESSES dude: -irecto,^ Defamation u^JW Florida state St f*?! X-ncil: Miam, Kff^S Commerce; pa t IL>NJ Lambda l-h, V,> m u^M reaudirect ''*. Ta Business Bu Israel; member;' Z.onTrJSI ton of Amcr^a ,i, r J., ?eJ Road Assocu, on^S W Beach Taxpayer, J?. Last year. VkTS% "f the Community ch !" 9 Miami Beach. UVnisTi^j a pioneer Miami fc** which came here in \gr In 1932. Wien rri.km Dade SSLrk >TuS which he operated iwjL Through .he fR uing ; gl engaged in a variety of JS enterpriseHe r.uw own.Hutfl coin-Meridian bldg. and the ] Airways hotel He also on his own nvestmenl hii-ines* Lincoln rd Sports and pointing in oils Wien his mail sown ol tion. Bakers Chocolate For Shevuofh Yea, for the wonderful Shevuoth holiday, thrill your children w.th the wonderful Baker's chocolateproducts that are so good and I and that children love so uell What could be more delicious, for example, than Baker^ Instant coa with ice cold milk* Now that the summer is coming, you can serve no better thirst quenching drink And this is only one out of many delectable chocolate products produced by the Walter Baker Company Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, i hot or cold, is another deliciou drink which i* H tasty as it is nutritious. Or take, for example. Baker's semi sweet chocolate chips Why. they melt in your mouth and are delicious in chocolate chip cookies. A fourth Walter Baker product lChocolate Premium No 1. which is used for fronting cakes and cooklea and which will make your cakes and cookies taste out of this world. Walter Baker chocolate Products are all kosher and produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. They acquired long ago a name for themselves for their quality and nutritious value And for >our Shevuoth holiday, for other holidays, for the Sabbath, or for just any day in the week you can not serve your children any more arraaaptiotu drinka or goodies And. by the way, adultlava th-m a> well achildren And why not? They taste Just as good t i everybody. Therefore, before you I place Walter Bakers chocolate Products on your Shevuoth shopping list And .! >.,u haven't had the pleasure yet ol tasting thorn, a great treat au. ST. Noted community leader Leonard Abess (left) presents Leonard Wien with a plaque which cites Wien for his recent successful leadership of the Miami Beech campaign in behalf of the Dace County Community Chest. Local Leaders Speak for Hall Charles F (Chuck) Hall, candidate for City Council of Miami Beach, set a new mark for rally crowds Saturday night at Copa ( it> when 2.000 people jammed the night club to hear him. with an estimated crowd of 300 to 400 turned away." his supporters reveal. Abe Shugerman. Associate Professor of Law at the I'nivervity of Miami, presided. Arnold Levy, Lin coin rd merchant, said "in my 31 years" residence here I have never before openly supported anyone for councilman, but I am sup porting Hall because of his business capa!taliUea cad unbiased thinking." MrEvelyn Raoud. chairman of Hall's women's division. Dr LOJIS radio cocaeatator, ;.nd Mrs Jane Fisher were amcr.g speakers for Hall. Speaking last. Hall advocated transformation of the South Shore area as an economic benefit to the en'ire city, a deep sea harbor at Sooth Shore to serve large cruise -hip-, improvement of present eaoaavayi before new ones are built, year -round promotion of the apartment industry, a low cost nur sen plan for the care of children of employed mothers, better and more attention given to our ju e programs Rafkind New Master Of Miracle Lodge Miracle Lodge 321 F&AM. which received its charter from the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Florida at its last Grand Lodge session held in Jacksonville, was consecrated and its officers installed on Wednesday evening at the Coconut Grove Lodge rooms. 2375 McFarland rd. Elected officers who were installed are William Rafkind. Worshipful Master; Norman L. Greenberg. Senior Warden: Jacques Fink. Junior Warden; Mervyn L. Ames, secretary; and David Pull%  man. treasurer. Most Worshipful Frank A. j Brown. Past Grand Master of Masons for the State of Florida, acted as personal representative of Most Worshipful Grand Master R q T. Lord, of Jacksonville, and was m charge of the ceremony. He was assisted by Right WorshipI ful William Christian. Deputy Dd Master of th? 29th District. and other elected and appointed Grand Lodge officer\ ( '<>r-hipful Master U, D SigBrand Eisenberg welcomed the Grand Lodge Officers and their representatives Miracle Lodge is ,h.> „nly lodge to be consecrated in the State of Florida this p a .-t jear Representatives and officerof all the 33 Blue Lodges in Dade and Brouard Counties, comprising I>,tncts 27 -8 and 29. were present i for this consecrut. BETTER WAYS OP CETTINC MONET The Installment Loan Department of this conveniently located downtown bank welcomes loan applications from those who require money for any legitimate purpose. PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI, FLORIDA %  Il(l FIDIRAL tlSIIVf 5YS1I* FIDIIAL DlrOilt INSUIANCI COtP S.I. 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Philip M. Klutenick, president of B'nai B nth. describes thedevelopment of the Order in the United States and Canada to a group of Scandinavian B'nai B_jith leaders in Copenhaqen Denmark, where he attended a meeting of the Denmark Lodae' Also present were representatives from the B'nai B'rith Lodaes in Oslo, Norway and in Malmo, Goteborg and Stockholm. Sweden Shown above (left to right) are Louis Altermann. president of Denmark Lodge; Richard Gelvan, former Secretary of the Lodge; Klutznick; Leo Fischer, vice president for [Scandmavia of the B'nai B'rith European Committee; and H arold Melchior. past president of D enmark Lodge. ieaboard Railroad If fers Summer Vacation Package Thr Seaboard Railroad's double Daily streamliner service between kli.imi and New York throughout Ihc coming summer season, togeth \r with low round-trip coach fares ^nd wide variety of Florida packilic vacations, will provide a commotion of service and economy lor the ever-increasing numbers of Iracationers attracted to the Sunshine State during the spring, sumler and fall. As to the Seaboard schedules, W. Kicht, general passenger agent bi the road in Miami, announced Ihis week that effective with the recent change to summer schedules, the Silver Meteor will continue to leave Miami 9 a.m. and Irrive New York 10:25 a.m. next fciorning. The, SHrer Star, another deluxe streamliner, will leave MiInii ,it 12:05 p.m. daily and arrive York 1:55 p.m. the next afteri According to Ficht, "the volume pi early reservations for package peat ions to the Miami area are tveeding those of previous years bv a wide margin. Travel agents, |hmugh whom the majority of ese package vacations are sold. Ire enthusiastic over the public's nde-spread interest shown in U of M Music School Commencement May 29 Annual commencement concert of the University of Miami School of Music will be given on Sunday afternoon, May 29, in the auditor mm of Miami Senior High School. Senior students in the School of Music who will appear with the University Symphony orchestra, John Bitter, conductor, and Modesto Alloo, associate' conductor, are Richard Bullman, baritoneCatherine Carter, clarinet; Wesley Collins, trombone; Joan Cornberg, piano; Fred Cushman, tenor; Betty Dasher, flute; Marilyn Grayson, piano; Charlene Hecker, violin; William Higgins, conductor; Albert Pelletier, organ; Dan Lee Rose, conductor; Tavo Virkhaus, composer. PAGE 9 B them, not only by those who have never before visited Florida in mid-year but by those who have taken package vacations previously and are sold on their economy and convenience." Something new is being inaugurated this summer by the Seaboard Railroad for accommodation of those who desire an economy packige vacation to some Northern point. Economy package tours will be on sale in Seaboard offices or through local travel agents to Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and other New England and Canadian points, as well as to the famous Colonial Virginia territory which surrounds Williamsburg, Ficht revealed. Minimum southbound package vacation price from New York to Miami is $81.56 plus Federal tax and includes streamliner travel New York to Miami and return in reserved reclining coach seat accommodations seven days and six nigljte at an ocean-front hotel in Miami Beach and transfers between Seaboard's station in Miami and the Miami Beach hotel. The same price applies for the minimum northbound package vacation, which includes streamliner travel Miami to New York and return In reserved reclining coach seat accommodations, three days and two nights in New York at a first class hotel and sightseeing trip in New York including admission to world famous Radio Center Music Hall, Museum of Modern Art, guided tour through Rockefeller Center, as well as one radio or television show. On sale now, the package vacations may be taken any time up through Nov. 30, the period during which the Seaboard's reduced 30-day coach fares are in effect. ..-^"~-" s %  BISCAYNE DOG TRACK Dentists to Install Officers Greater Miami Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omego, national dental fraternity, will hold its annual installation program with an all-day outing and evening dinner-dance at the Westview Country Club on May 25. Ladies' Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Harold Sweet, president, will conduct its installation in conjunction with the fraternity affair. Dr. Melvin L. Becker, Miami, is president of the local organization. Young South African to Be Guest on Miami Beach, Expected this week for a month as house guest of Cantor and Mrs. Philip H. Brummer, of Temple Ema.nu El, will be 19-year-old Josv Swift, daughter of British born Chief Rabbi Harris Swift, of Durban, South Africa. Chief Rabbi Swift is the author <>f "Because 1 Believe,'' a recent lUoch publication of Ris sermons, some of which were preached during the Blitz period of the last war in London Synagogues. Josy will arrive in Miami Beach after a trip through Israel, Rome, Zurich, Paris and England. Her uncle, Morris, formerly a judge of the Jewish Law Courts of the British Commonwealth, is now a resident of Beverley Hills, Calif. Another uncle, Isaac, occupies a pulpit in Brooklyn, N. Y. The Chief Rabbi's wife, Bessy, and Mrs. Brummer are cousins. AN ELECTRICWATER HEATER IS "HOT STUFF" ... 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PAGE 12 B 9-ltmisHtdrkMar NEWS of the I WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES "Here it is iust ten years after V-E Day. and hem we arc in Carmany'* arms," the New York Post wrote on Germany* admittance into NATO. "Just ten years ago the world heard the great news: German Nazism had formally surrendered. Adolph Hitler's Thou>and Year Reich' lay in rates. We are thinking of that anniversary," the Past editorialized, "and all the motions identified with it. as this story came over the AP wire: Dulles flew to Paris declaring that a new Europe. united, free and secure is assured with Germany's entry into NATO Sine* the end of World War II, the IS ha> become a party to 18 major treaties deigned to restore peace and to strengthen the free world against aggression. The American Jewish Committee has issued a 20-pe9e booklet, 'Religion In Public Education,' which sharply criticizes efforts to introduce a religious emphasis in the public school em. The document was made public last week ui Washington during a three-day meeting of the executive board As a result of a complaint filed by the American Jewish Congress, the New York State Probation Commission hadisapproved a religious quota system selecting probation officers for Children's Courts. The Rabbinical Assembly of America. :n session at Highland Park. Ill. has called upon Congress to enact legislation granting Federal funds for public schools which do not practice segregation. During a cornerstone ceremony for the new Senator Robert F. Wajner, Sr. Junior High SenI in Manhattan, attended bj tfajmf Wagner and many edu catorincluding a number of Jewish teacherand students, the Mir., giving the invocation three timeinvoked the name of Christ to whose gloryhe said'he building was erected Orthodox Rabbi Yehudah B Perkin. disturbed over imposition of l hn-t upon Jewish children, has protested to Superintendent of Schools Dr. William Jansen The Cen, sus Bureau is planning a country-wide survey of religious organisations ne*t year. But first Congress must approve a Bill granting one million dollars for the work. Speaking at the dedication of the new Temple of the Washington Hebrew Congregation, President Eisenhower indicated that he was the official head of "a great nation that is religious ir. its background and which has a spiritual background on which to stand ". Special assistant to President Eisenhower Dr. Kevon C. McCann, addressing the 34th annual convention of the National Association of Educational Buyerin New York, declared that America had entered an era of increasing prosperity, "the like of which the world has not known in the la-t three or four centuries." Newsweek's Associate Editor Cordon C. Hamilton, returning from a trip to Israel, reports that "the kaleidoscope of Israel changes with every twist in the irrigation pipe with every page of the Hebrew calendar Seldom," Hamilton says, "has the face of any land been so lifted as Israel's has during the past seven years. As 50 new farming cooperatives sprout in the once barren fee within a dozen month-, a single saying is on everyonelip-: 'It wasn't here yesterday'." Mr. Hamilton add*: "If there is a -ingle factor. 1 of war. that would be most di-a-tn.uto I-rael's planning, it would be the resumpt.on of mas* immigration ISRAEL Israeli and Egyptian representatives sat down together last week to c n-ider Maj Gen. K 1. M Burnproposals for quieting the situation "T. the Gaza border. The unique meeting was held in a cabin near the demarcation line of the Egypt held Gaza strip. It is reported that Burr.s is determined to put a stop to infiltration and marauding. Replying to statements made by the Egyptian Premier Nasser to Newsmen to the effect that there were two schools of thought in Israel—one in favor of peaceful coexistence with the Araband one led by David Bur-Gurion which sought to tot**, the Arab Israel problem by force— a Foreign Ministry spokesman stated la-t weak that The Ben-Gurion school of thought remains the school of thought of the State of Israel." namely. "Israel wishes to see a free, independent and progressive Egypt, there being no justification for border disputes." Thousands of Druses—who>e mysterious religion is based on a belief in Jethro. Moses' father-in-law—gathered in the Galilean town of Hittim last week for thenr annual holy day in honor of Jethro Numbering about 17.000, several Druse leaders are running for office in the forthcoming Knesset elections. During a mass meeting in Haifa recently. Minister of Health Joseph Serlin. a General Zionist, declared that "it was regrettable that national security had been injected as an issue by the leftist parties in both the Histadmth and Knesset elections He charged that "High ranking offi cers. who were major contributing factors to victory in the War of Liberation, are being besmirched." A Japanese industrial group, which visited Israel for ten days, has offered to build a railroad from j Sodom to Elath In return for the 16 million dollar construction job. Lsrael has offered to export salt and phosphates to Japan. Syrians, disgusted with the civilian governments which followed the overthrow a year ago of the Military Dictator. Adib Shishekly. are agate on the verge of another revolution. A movement is afoot to bring shishekly back. EUROPE Sholem Asch, who has arrived in London after spending several months in Israel, told a Jewish Chronicle reporter that it was essential that every Jew should participate personally in the building of Israel by working there at least a year. He said that giving money was not sufficient as an alternative. Mr. Asch also criticized the attitude of some religious Jews in Israel. He was particularly bitter against the Rabbis who. he said, had neglected the youth. With Western Germany's acceptance as a sovereign state, followed by a meeting of the foreign ministers of the seven nations in the Western-European Union to organize their defense alliance, an announcement came from East Germany's Premier, Otto Grotewohl. that the Soviet bloc in Europe would set up •n Eastern counterpart to the Western Union. A Kremlin sponsored meeting in Warsaw is now being planned. At the same time. H is reported from Moscow that the presidium of the Supreme Soviet has approved a decision to scrap the Soviet Union's friendship pacts with Britain and France in retaliation for West German armament. Former French Premier Pierre Mendes France has taken his first step toward a comeback. Still the most popular man in France, he has the support of the rank an file deputies in all the parties of the non-Communist left. THE AMERICAS The Catholic P*ron feud has intensified. Saber-swinging mounted police broke up a parade through Buenos Aires last week as Roman Catholics demonstrated their loyalty to the church in its present struggle with the Argentine government Each day sees more and more priests being arrested. PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. Daniel SeJfc, parents of Dr. Jonah E Salk. have been named the "Jewish Parents of the Year" by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. The scroll was presented at the Federation's headquarters by President Salim L Lewis, who said that the award was made in cooperation with 116 affilated agencies, the Jewish Family Service and the New York Board of Rabbis. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will receive the 1954 Nansen Medal in recognition of her "services to the humanitarian causes of refugees." the Nansen Award committee announced last week. Harry S. Truman celebrated his 71st birthday last Sunday by presiding over the groundbreaking of the Harry S Truman Library Appearing robust and vigorous. Mr. Truman plans to direct the library activities himself. Rabbi Mordecei Kirschblum, president of the Mtxraehi. will be honored on the completion of 20 years of sen-ice to traditional Jndai.-m and Israel at a testimonial dinner during the month of Jone in fiVe cities. The first will be held in New York on June 5. 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