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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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)LUME 29Number 21
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\LKS ON NEAR EAST TENSION GRIND TO HALT
hree Israel Officers Killed In Border Clash As Tension Mounts
:retary of state DULLES enthusiastic
Residential Executive Order
Clears the Way for Releasing
'Hard-Bitten' Haii Criminals
WASHINGTONWar criminals, including Gestapo and SS men,
dibble for wholesale pardon and release by German authorities
result of a Presidential Executive Order issued here on the tenth
iversary of Germany's defeat.
Widespread clemency had already been applied by the United
|t' -. Only a few hundred of the worst offenders are still jailed.
they are the beneficiaries of the new order.
(Jen. Lucius D. Clay, when commander of U.S. forces in Europe.
^cri'ied these criminals as "thc.$
. hard-bitten fanatics of Naz-
1 TEL AVIV (JTA>Tentative talk of easing ten-
sions along the Israel-Egyptian border at the Gaza
strip ground to a halt this week in a series of inci-
dents which began with Egyptian mining of an
Israel patrol car. Three Israel officers were killed
and two wounded in the mining in the Kissufim
area, the same region where still another patrol
had dismantled a mine on the morning of the fatal
incident.
The developments in both areasmilitary action
and political talkswere rapid. Israel reprsenta-
| tives refused to attend a meeting scheduled by Maj.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns for talks with Egyptian military
representatives on methods of easing tension along
the border. Then the Israel Army carried out a re-
taliatory raid on an Egyptian post in the area. The
raid, which was officially announced by an Army
spokesman here, was a reply to the mining.
In the retaliatory raid, the Israel force attacked
the largest Egyptian post in the area, sent its de-
fenders flying in retreat, and blasted it to rubble.
The Israel military force returned to its base without
casualties. The Egyptians lodged a complaint with
the Mixed Armistice Commission, and announced
that now they, too, would refuse to attend the tl
on easing border tension.
Shortly thereafter Egyptian forces opened fire
on the Israel settlement of Givat Rachel. Seve.al
hours of exchange of fire ensued in the Auja el
Hafir area of the border, but there were no Israel
casualties reported when that fire fight came to an
end.
Gen. Burns, in an appeal to Israel to return to
the negotiations before the Egyptians had nude
known their own refusal to participate further,
recognized that Israel's decision had been prompted
by the necessarily serious view they took of the I ss
of three lives. But he still felt that negotiali
should continue. Said the General: "Deplorable as
the loss of life in such incidents is, it would La
unfortunate if either party should determine to
break off negotiations because of them. Unless the
parties try to improve the situation in this way. It
is very possible that it will deteriorate still further. '
They were convicted of
ii including "participation in
numbers and cruelties of the
Dcentration camps."
me observers are, meanwhile,
eating concern over the wis-
<>f (rusting former Nazis as
jahle allies against communism.
ii'1 Lawrence, a conservative
;i!.';iican publisher, was one of
I to urge remilitarization
Germany. Lawrence recently
rted from Europe, however,
former Nazis high up in the
matic service of the
UN SICUTAKY GMRAL WOKS FOR NfGST.'/tTIO.V 'AT SUMMIT'
Egypt Rejects United Nations Offer for Direct Talks
With Israel in Paris, Dag Hammarskjold Reveals
Government are busily en-
gel in stratagems looking to-
il an eventual detachment of
rmany from the West."
art of the price paid by Wash-
It on for German consent to rc-
bi was the release of Nazi crim-
i\- announced in the new White
pise Executive Order. Secretary
Slate John Foster Dulles was
Kid some time ago by German
tncellor Konrad Adenauer to
i'' I up the freeing of the rela-
ely few Nazis still in U.S. cus-
ly, The Bonn Government felt
ph a gesture would facilitate the
Continued on Page 2 A
ISC.000,000
Feinberg New
Bond Chairman |
NEW YORK (JTA)New lead-1
fcrship and a new campaign setup
ere organized Tuesday for the
orldwidf operations of the State I
ii Israel Bond Organization in-
volving the raising of $350,000,- |
W)0 for the economic develop-
ment of Israel in the next few
fears. At a meeting of more'
than loo key Americans Jewish
[business and communal leaders I
at the Waldorf-Astoria, Abraham
Feinberg, noted Jewish leader,
is elected president of the De-
velopment Corporation for Is-
I 'he sole underwriter of Is-
rael Bonds.
Mr. Feinberg, who presided at
|lh' first meeting ot the board of
nors of the new organiza-
tion, declared that the objective
(l lhe Israel bond campaign in
|">e United States, Canada, Latin
America and Western Europe was
I'o bring the sale of Israel De-
velopment Bonds to $100,000,000
by the end of 1955.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)In line with the gen-
eral world trend to resolve deep differences by dis-
cussions "at the summitt." Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold was reported here to have attempted
West I to get Israel and Egypt together at a high level con-
ference in Paris. However, according to the report
here, Egypt has refused Mr. Hammarskjold's at-
tempt to bring about face-to-face talks with Israel.
Mr. Hammarskjold left for Paris in connection
with his duties of organizing the conference on
peaceful uses of atomic energy to be held in Geneva
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in August. It is understood that he was anxious to
discuss the Israel-Arab conflicts with Egyptian and
Israel officials "above the ambassadorial level."
At a presi conference, here Mr. Hammarskjold,
while disclosing nothing about his reported high
level move, did discuss the Israel-Arab conflicts and
declared that there were "some hopes" in regard
to that area of world tension.
"For weeks we have done whatever possible,"
he said, "through Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, the chief
of our supervisory staff in Palestine to improve the
situation there. The outlook is good, and there are
ulso incidents, frequent incidents
which may result in the loss of a
life here or a life there, but always
in the loss of lives that are pre-
cious and that cannot be measured
in quantitative terms.
"We are trying to reach at least
a temporary solution there. Wo
cannot let the situation slip back
to where it was a couple of months
ago. I assure you that from our
side noihing has been left undone
that can be done and that nothing
will be left undone."

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The threat oi hot war continually rages in the Near East but
ten years ago next week, "We the psople of the United
Nations" determined to save succeeding generations from the
scourge of war, set forth in the United Nations Charter their
hopes for a permanent world peace. This June, between the
20th and the 26th, representatives of the 60 member states at
the UN will gather in San Francisco to rededicate the faith of
their peoples in the Charter's principles.
U. S. Ambassador Edward Lawson
Instructed to Tell Sharett Reprisal
Effort Endangers Our Policy Stand
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department has instructed
Ambassador Edward Lawson to
protest to Israel Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett against Israel's an-
nounced reprisal action in the Gaza
vicinity, it was learned here.
State Department sources, mean-
while, indicated that the U.S. Gov-
ernment feels the most recent Gaza
incident and Israel's alleged "re-
prisal policy" is preventing a re-
appraisal of American Near East-
ern policy along the lines sought
by Israel.
Suggestions by Zionist leaders
that the United States conclude a
security pact with Israel are now
being discussed within the State
Department with departmental cir-
cles beginning to advance a view
that Israel, to enhance its chances
lor such consideration, must aban-
don what the department feels i< a
"negative policy of reprisals."
It is suggested by State Depart-
ment officials that Israel cannot
realistically expect a pact or spe-
cial security considerations when
it allegedly does not see fit to.fol-
low American suggestions on re-
gional peace including the funda-
mental State Department position
on reprisals.


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MDAY. MAY 27. 1955
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[Mrs. Yunes to Take
Iff ice as President
If Emanu-EI P.T.A.
Mrs. Raphael Yunes will succeed
kirs. Benjamin Greene as presi-
|ent of the Parent-Teacher Asser-
tion of Temple Emanu-EI and
rill take office at a joint installa-
|on of the Temple's Sisterhood.
lens Club and P.T.A. on June 5
I he Fontainebleau hotel.
P.T.A. officers to be installed
Ljth Mrs. Yunes for 1955-56 are
|ce presidents, the Mesdames Har-
Hirschfield, Herbert Young,
erbert Cohen and Joel Newman;
easurcr, Mrs. Abe Kaufman; re-
ding secretary, Mrs. Henry
lman; corresponding secretary,
rs. Jacob Classman; financial sec-
tary, Mrs. Edgar Z. Greenberg;
social secretary, Mrs. Leon
pnnheimer.
[Slated to take office as mem-
|rs of the board of directors are
Mesdames Joseph Abelow, Ir-
ng Appelbaum, Theodore Arvan,
jirry Brick, Lewis Capland, Jules
lanning. James Cohen, Irving Cy-
i. Raymond Keiner, Milton Fel-
K Solway Fierberg, Norman Gil-
f. Alexander Gordon, Irving Gor-
1, Simon Gould. Jesse Halpern,
i c k Herman, Joseph Kanter,
iris Kaplan, Sherman Kaplan,
brris Kart, Daniel Kindler.
The Mesdames Benjamin Klemp-
r. Paul Klempner. Samuel Ku-
t. Harriet Levine, Raymond Mal-
ick. Herman Mechlowitz, Mor-
Medof, Milton Miller, Albert
[:-'!-. Louis Pollack, Saul Rabin,
rry Resnick, Oscar Ross, Oscar
isenstrauch, Abraham Rothstein,
inon Rubin, Seymour Schneider,
Bnley Schwartz, Sam D. Shapiro,
jney Teller, Leo Tischler and
llton Weinman.
Honorary past presidents are
Mesdames Harry Greer, Theo-
e Hankoff and Benjamin
eerie Religious school staff rep-
sentative is Mrs. Miriam Solkoff.
PAGE 3 A
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Halperin Reveals Plans for Beach
ceremonies at the rallies.
Halperin mailed t6 voters this
week a card carrying the endorse-
ments of 30 Miami Beach business,
civic and religious leaders.
Thirty Jewish Officers Will be
Commissioned at Academies
NEW YORK Thirty Jewish
graduates of the U.S. Military
Academy at West Point, the U.S.
Naval Academy at Annapolis and
the U.S. Merchant Marine Acad-
emy at Kings Point, who are to be
commissioned at the 1955 com-
mencement exercises, will each re-
ceive personally. inscribed copies
of the Bible from the National
Jewish Welfare Board's Commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy.
The presentations, which are in
addition to those made to the two
Jewish graduates of the U.S. Coast
Guard Academy, New London,
Conn., on May 20, will be made to
the 10 newly-commissioned sec-
ond lieutenants at West Pcint. the
ten newly-commissioned ensigns
at Annupolis and the 10 newly-com-
missioned ensigns at Kings Point
at .special Jewish baccalaureate
services arranged by the Jewish
chaplains at the Academies.
.
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. I o'icih I I voeit Peil Conl'ol C
Sam Halperin's campaign for
Miami Beach city council moves to
a climax Saturday night with a
rally at Flamingo Park, and an-
other meeting Sunday night at the
21st st. Community Center.
Three rallies at Washington
Park, Pier Park and the Lear
School attracted more than 3,000
persons on Saturday, Sunday and
Monday as Halperin unfolded his
program for accelerated "Golden
Age" activities in Miami Beach.
Halperin's campaign swung into
North Beach Tuesday night with a
rally at North Shore Park, and on
Wednesday moved to Stillwater
Park. Because of the holidays, no
meetings or rallies were held on
Thursday.
Speakers. for Halperin at the
meetings included George J. Tali-
anoff, state leader in B'nai B'rith
and Anti-Defamation League work;
Jules Gillette, founder and first
president of the Better Business
Halperin said that "with only \KSTlA ^o^u"
small additional appropriations. ioUs and communual leader; Phil
C'L" LXPa"l 'i?*rH Salmon, vice president of the Mi'
for middle-aged and elderly per-
sons here so that they may live
full lives with dignity." He pointed
to New York City's model "Golden
Age" program, and said he intends
to follow that pattern in extending
the hours that the three commu-
nity centers now operate.
The candidate, first vice presi-
dent of the Chamber of Commerce
and vice president of Temple
Emanu-EI, warned voters that "as-
pirants who come to you with im-
posing platforms and weighty
promises, unsupported by records
of achievement in civic and gov-
ernmental affairs" should be care-
fully observed.
ami Beach-Israel Zionist District;
Mrs. Rose Weiss, chairman of Hal-
perin's women's division and vet-
eran civic leader; Morris Frank,
honorary life president of Congre-
gation Beth Jacob; Ben F. Dan-
baum, campaign treasurer and
president of the Better Business
Bureau; Max Bodcrman. chairman
of activities for Halperin and
treasurer of Temple Emanu-EI;
and George Kastenbaum, precinct
committeeman for Precinct No. 29.
Gerald Schwartz. Halperin's
campaign director and former
member of the Miami Beach Plan-
ning Board, served as master of
Mrs. Raphael Yunes
)me, Training School
is Officer Election
[Mi-pting of Miami Beach Home
Id Training School for Jewish i
pldren was held at the home of i
Sarah Czech to install offi-1
p.
[Named were founder president,.
|r.-. Ella Waldman; president, j
Irs. Czech; first vice president,
|rs. Sol Lazaras; treasurer, Mrs.
a Uallman; financial secretary,
Hochelle Ditlow; trustees,
f"s Isadore Cohen, Mrs. Jennie
I. Mrs. Lillian Feldman.
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)AY. MAY 27. 1955
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PAGE 5 A
Lear School Graduates Ten
Umotion OPetaM for these students at Beth David were to be held Thursday evening. May
I marking the beginning of Shevuoth Class members include Roberta BerVnann, Frederic
mey. Cynthia Bott. Leonard Cut er. Ida Fas ke. Stanley Goldstein. Roberta Gordor, Frances
Uus. Sherman Levine Sandra Levme. Naomi Miller. Daniel Ostrowsky. Laurence Parnes,
pet Rosenberg. Richard Rosenthal and Sandra Rubenstein.
differ Scholarship
\eo\ed by Academy
Rose Hitter Scholarship, con-
jig of $100 to be awarded an-
ky for the next 20 years to out-
fling students, has been estab-
kd by Irving D. Goldwyn, of
It Neck, L.I.
|bbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
of the Hebrew Academy, said
[ "the name of the recipient of
| award will be announced at
commencement exercises."
bldwyn, a friend of the Ritters
[prominent leader in civic and
Irnal affairs in Long. Island,
Ified that the scholarship be
fried to the outstanding student
eh graduating class "who is
itinue his high school studies
He Hebrew Academy or any
institution of such nature."
late Rose Ritter was a char-
ltniber and vice president of
Academy Women, a promi-
figure in Hadassah, the Sis-
sod of Temple Emanu-El,
for the Aged and many oth-
cal and national organizations.
DosKe Te be Held
bint dance will be held by the
fn Branch Young Adults of the
pu-r Miami Jewish Community
(ter and Temple Israel Young
kits at the Town Branch, 450
116th ave., on Sunday evening.
Diplomas of Graduation were
this week awarded to ten students I
who have completed their high'
school studies at the Lear School,
1010 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Graduating ceremonies
took place, at the school audito-
rium.
Shepard Broad, civic leader and
president of the Mercantile Nation
al Bank, was guest speaker at the
22nd commencement exercises of
the preparatory school. Ida R.
Lear, director-principal of the
school, presented sheepskins to the
students, which permitted them
matriculations at higher schools of
learning.
Awards for scholastic excellence
[and achievement were made by
members of the faculty of the
school. Valedictorian of the senior
class was Joel Kramer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Kramer, Miami Beach,
and president of the senior class.
Salufatorium was Joanne Stein-
hanlt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Steinhardt. secretary trea-
surer of the senior class. .Kramer
will continue his studies at the
University of Florida, and Miss
Steinhardt at the University of
Alabama.
Students who received their di-
plomas are Deanna Finkelstein,
Lawrence Albert, Florence Boder-
man, Robert Kraisner, Joel Kram-
er, George Mavris, Julia Molnar,
Valerie Solomon, Joanne Stein-
hardt and Nolan Valene.
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is George I. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida regional ADL
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the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, at the annual installation banquet of Miami Beach
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*-k^istncrHkyr
Eleanor Schrier's
Betrothal Revealed
nds in Miami Beach were
t'n week told o the engagement
c: Eleanor Carol Schrier. daugh-
:: of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schrier.
} fiance is Charles Selig. Jr
of Mr. and Mr> Charles Selig. of
Rx-helle. N. Y.
he Schriers who lived in Miami
Brack for 19 years, now live in
ker-. N Y Eleanor i< present-
I) a member of the editorial staff
of Footwear, Hem, I F.iirchild
i lication in New York City
iuated in 1948 from Mi-
Beach Senior High School,
re >he .; mo-t lik
i ueceed. and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was a
iiber of Phi Sigma Sigma
rity. She is a graduate of Men
> rk University.
Schrier's fiance, an army
VI tana la a graduate of Weleyan
I : versity in Middletown. Conn
Is in business in New York and
member Of the Yale Club
D early September
ini of the bride are
and Mrs Looil rOrscfi, 1210
Miami Beach.
\\w\\\ Dixon, Irving
Mishkin Plan Kites
The engagement of Ruth Dixon
and* Mr Irving YV Mishkm a an-
i .need recently by the bride-
rf*l pan .t- Mr and Mrs. Aaron
390 SW 24!h ter Miami.
Miss Dixon i- a graduate of Hi-
Sei Hieh School and is
. e io the Mi;.mi Unit of Jun-
Hadassah She i* employed with
law ftrm of Englander & Hoff-
I
Her fiance i> :he -or. .' Mr and
Cj Mi-hkm 5941 SV7 13th
Miami He i> a graduate of
the University of Miami and serv-
- in 'he Air Force dur-,
II rid War II and the Korean!
r ii Diet Me i- associated with
nar-i i Perwin. CPA
'. December wedding is planned
I Miss Frankel Plans
I September Rites
With Student
Mr and Mrs. Raymond G. Fran-
: kel. 4333 Pinetree dr., announce
I he engagement of their daughter.
Patricia Irene, to Paul Irving
I Bloom, of Vidalia. Ga.
Miss Frankel attended Bon
Mawr in Pennsylvania and will
graduate from the University of
Miami in June. At the University,
she served as a senior Junior
Counselor and Big Sister, and was
a member of the University Mixed
Chorus and Concert Choral Group.
Mr. Bloom is the son of Mr. and
Mr^ Herman D. Bloom. Vidalia.
He graduated from the University
of Cincinnati. He will graduate
from Hebrew I'nion College in Cin-
cinnati in February and become
an ordained Reform Jewish Rabbi
in June with a Master of Hebrew
Law.
Mr Bloom has been treasurer
and vice president of the student
body and will serve as president
next year.
A September wedding is plan-
ned
Weiner, Saval
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Bern*' Hei-
ne] to Rilph M Saval was an-
; 9ufl I M an open hi'
I a' the home of Mr and Mrs
Vh Hip Saval. 1201 SW 24th ave.,
enU of the future bridegroom.
Weiner i the daughter of
Clara C. Werner, of Cincin
O.. and Abraham M. Weiner.
V A former resident
Charles) n the iv a graduate
High School and at-1
t< r.ded Morris Harvey College.
Mr. Saval. a former resident of
Baltimore. i> a graduate of Miami
a member of
:<- Jewish Center.
Kalnis Announce
Anne's Engagement
A late fall marriage will unite !
Anne Lois Kalm and Allan Elowitz.
Mai Kalm is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Sidney Kalm. 2131
SW 19th ave. A former majorette
at Miami Senior High School. Miss
Kalm is a legal secretary
Mr Elowiu is a graduate of Wee-
quahk High School in Newark.
N J. He served two years in the
Army His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Elowitz. of Newark, i
Miss Kalik Plans
.Inly Garden Rites
Mr and Mrs Murrji Kalik. of
3.-5 I'r.rie ave. Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of their
sr. Be be. to Richard F
Pine.
are graduates of Miami
h High School where they
end the University of
Mr Fine is the son of Mr- I
I : 734B Byron ave.. and the
1 A Fine
A garden wedding on July 31
I !>een planned.
December Rites for
Leviton, Traurig
December wedding is planned
by Miss Leona Carole Leviton and
Walter B. Traurig.
Miss Leviton. a senior nursing
student at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, i. the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Daniel Leviton. 513 Ponce de
Leon blvd.. Coral Gables.
Mr. Traurig. a member of
Knights of Pythias and secretary-
treasurer of Traurig Insurance Ag-
ency, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Traurig. 2131 SW 15th st.
New Yorker Fiancee
Of Arnold Katz
Daughter of the president of one
I of New York's most famous dress
firms will marry a Miami boy.
She's Carole Sue Rosenfeld,
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
', Rosenfeld, New York City, are
; announcing her engagement to
Arnold M. Katz. son of'Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Katz, 1305 Calais dr.,
Miami Beach.
Prospective bride, whose father
is president of Henry Rosenfeld,
Inc., graduated from the Calhoun
School for Girls in Manhattan. She
attended Skidmore College and
New York University and is now
vice president of her father's com-
pany.
Mr. Katz graduated from the
Horace Mann School for boys in
Riverdale. N.Y., and will graduate
from Dartmouth College, magna
cum laude. this June.
He has been elected to Phi Beta
Kappa, national scholastic honor
society. Mr. Katz's future plans in-
clude New York University law
school.
Attends Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave G. Wer-
i man announce t h e forthcoming
marriage of their son, Herbert, to
Terry Schildkraut May 28 at Hew-
j lett East Rockaway Jewish Com-
munity Center. Long Island, N.Y.
Abraham Wet-man. of 3555 Fla-
mingo dr. Miami Beach, the
groom's grandfather, flew North
Wednesday to attend the wedding.
Mits Li< lair..
Associated
Jerry Waff
Jerry Wolf Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Jerry Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ma* Wolf. 1901 SW 7th st.. Miami,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning. May 28. at Beth El
Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate
Jerry is an honor student at Beth
El religious school He also at-
tends Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he is captain of the
soft ball team and on the scholar-
ship honor roll.
Among guests attending the
ceremony will be Jerry's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A Kahn. of
Baltimore. Md.
A reception honoring the Bar
Mitzvah will be held Sunday eve-
ning at the Lincoln Manor.
Rosenberg Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving
Rosenberg. 733t> Carlyle a\e. uill
celebrate her Bar Mitzvah Satur
day. the second day of Shavuoth.
at Agudath Israel Hebren in
stitute.
Rabni Isaac It. Ever will deliver
the charge to the confirmed A i .. .. ..
reception will follow aairices at 'eaiuie Keller Born
Hat synagogue.
Fred is an eighth grade stuiien'
at Nautilus Junior High School, He
attends Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute religious school.
Mrs. Sparber Fetes
Mrs. Silvcnnan
Mrs Helen Sparber was hostess
to a group of friends Wednesday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman. who has been reelected
for another year as president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
Women's Auxiliary.
Mrs. Silverman. accompanied by
her husband, is leaving in a few
weeks for New York City to attend
a conference of presidents and
executives on Jewish community
and hospital planning for the
aged.
In her honor. Mrs. Sparber in-
vited the following to a beautifully
appointed luncheon and canasta
party at the Algiers hotel. The
MeadaakM Herman Jacobs. Jack
i I'dell. Dan Broad. Ben Hammer-
;man. Sadie Kriegel. Trudy Hamer
schlag. Harry Silverman. Rubin
Feinberg. Anna Kaplan. Frances
Entine and Jack Fishman.
Riehard May Born
Mr. and Mrs Dave B May. for-
merly of Birmingham. Ala., now
of 8461 East Bay Harbor dr., Bay-
Harbor Island, announce the birth
of a son, Richard J May. Frank
Martin Berick. Mrs May's brother,
was godfather, and Mrs Seymour
Somerstein. Mr. May's sister, was
godmother. Mrs. May is the daugh
ter of Judge and Mrs. Morris
Berick, of Miami Beach, and Mr.
May is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Leon May, Birmingham.
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Keller, of
St Petersburg. Fla.. announce the
; birth of their daughter. Jeanne
Mildred. May 5 Jeanne joins Han-
; nah Renee. Jody and Billy. Grand-
mother is Mrs. Minnie Keller
Raff, oi 3230 NW 7th st.. Miami
Stitskv Birth
Mr and Mrs. Morton Stitsky, of
1850 Coral Gate dr.. announce the
birth of their son, Jerry Howard,
Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital
Jerry join* Stella Regina. 44. and
Leo Jay. 24. Briss will be at the
home of the new arrival's grand-
parent,, Habbi and Mrs. S. M.
Machtei. 1450 SW 17th ter.. Mi
ami. Paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stitsky, of Dallas.
Tex., will be among honored
guests. Mr. Stiuky will be Sandek.
>C*
Mill faWr.it 'fa
HBal
Miss Carafe Stic IhuM
umm
JuleeLynn Greenbsnj. *1
Mr. and Mrs. Sydwy I]
Greenberg, 2845 Ftn?"|
dr., Miami Beach, w.J
come Bar Mitzvah SattdjH
May 28. at Temple BethSW
om. Jules, a student ohMl
Sholom religious scbod.!
in the eighth grade c.
lua Junior High School J
father is educational oi Beth Sholom.
}m m
Stanley Greenbej* gj
Mr. and Mrs. IrvuJ J
berg. 645 West ave-_
B^cKwiUbecotne^oH
vah on Saturday. Babnf
Temple Beth Sholom^
Leon Kronish wUl **"


IY. MAY 27. 1955
V4
l. Daniel Neal Heller has
installed president oi
Greater Miami Chapter
/omen's American Ort,
seeding Mrs. Samuel
^perman. Others installed
the Mesdames Margar-
iNew-man Steam, Irving
|is and Harry Teschler,
president; Samuel Av-
i, treasurer; Louis Baron,
|ncial secretary; Milton
nan, corresponding sec-
ry; and Joseph Sloan, re-
iing secretary.
|rk Unwraps
ich Platform
faking at a meeting this week.
cilraan Harold Turk unwrap-
lis platform for reelection to
tiami Beach City Council in
lay 31 and June 7 elections.
|pped up promotional and
city efforts to stimulate year
economy, increased clinic
?s for local hospitals and in-
police protection for Mi-
sacb head up the Turk pro-
[hi.s talk, Turk also called for
|opment of Miami Beach as a
ship port, improvement of
lily's Latin American relations
|an exhibit hall "to attract
U.S. conventions here."
Irk also stressed acquisition of
ponal public beaches and
ational facilities and realiza-
lof the Inter-American Trade
as key points of his platform.
|lthougn our scnoois in Miami
are administered by the
County School Board, im-
ed facilities are the concern
mo parent, and I plan to es-
6h a Miami Beach citizen's
litlce to help improve school
Is aid programs here." Turk
led.
pointed to his record as a
cilraaa and mayor since 1947
to such achievements with
|h he said he is credited, as the
longe range planning pro-
n, the Latin American rela-
department and establish-
It oi the present municipal pub-
relations department.
[door Forum to Meet;
Sessions Slated Sunday
pinoza Outdoor Forum, of 11th
fcnd Ocean ct., Miami Beacht af-
]20 years of meeting Saturday
krnoons has decided to hold its
kions on Sunday evenings to-
ld.
^n May 29, 8 p.m., the Forum
hoM a joint town meeting.
Abraham VVolfson, author of
hi' Road to Health and Happier
ling" and the recently published
|>k "Live a 1Q0 Years Happily,"
lecture on "The Art of Living."
Lillian Miller, civic worker, will
Nde and general discussion will
(ow. Sonya Weiss will sing and
lertain.
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Hebrew Academy
P.T.A. Elects Mrs.
Salkoff President
Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff. local
lecturer and teacher, has been
.elected president of the Hebrew
Academy P.T.A.
Mrs. Solkoff, a resident of Miami
for more than five years, is a
teacher at Temple Emanu-EI's re-
ligious school and a member of
the Hebrew Academy Women's
board of directors
Also elected at a meeting Mon-
day in the Surfcomber hotel were
the Mesdames Alexander Kogan
and Charles Gertler, honorary pres-
iilints; William Farr, honorary
vice president; Henry Penchansky.
Hyman Sandier. Harold Zinn, M.
MBajjyPMifc
PAGE 7 A
H. Rosenhouse, vice presidents;
Jacob Katz, treasurer; Philip Rose
corresponding secretary; Samuel
Wolfe, recording secretary; Martin
Genet, social secretary; Bemice
Honig, chaplain; Milton Koch, par-
liamentarian; Shoshanna Spector
representative of teachers.
The slate was presented by Mrs
Rosenhouse, chairman of the nomi-
nations committee. A report was
also rendered by Mrs. Hyman Sand-
ier, chairman of the "gala fun
mte," which will take place Sun-
day, May 29, at the Carlo motel.
Married 50 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz,
winter residents of 3916 Palmerito
st., Coial Gables, will celebrate
their golden anniversary with fam-
ily and friends on June 5 at the
Park hotel in Plainfield, N. J.,
where they have their summer
home. They are members of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
West Miami Sisterhood
Has Officer Installation
Mrs. M. Harris was installed
president of the West Miami Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood Sunday at
the Candle-Light Inn.
Installing officer Rabbi Alfred
Waxman also named to office the
Mesdames D. Burrows, A. Lam-
pert, H. Saxe and S. Horn, vice
presidents.
Guest speakers included Mrs. D.
i Wernick, president, and Mrs. B.
; Wolf, past president of the South-
j eastern Branch of Sisterhoods, and
Mrs. B. Zohn, representative of the
National Women's League of Unit-
' ed Synagogues.
Membership Tea
Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, are having their first
"member-bring-a-member" tea at
the home of Mrs. Moe Steinberg,
1320 Cleveland rd., Biscayne
Point, Wednesday, June 1.
POLIO VACCINE FOR POOR Marcie Liberman (center),
Miami Beach councilman, gives his checks for 55,000 each to
Fred Snite, Sr. (left) and Samuel Gertner (right) to provide the
Salk polio vaccine for needy children and pregnant women
of Miami Beach. Snite accepts the check for St. Francis Hos-
pital and Gertner for Mt. Sinai.
Liberman Urges
Increased Off
Street Parking
Miami Beach Councilman Marcie j
Liberman this week announced the i
platform on which he'll seek re-'
election to the city council in the
May 31 primary and June 7 elec- j
tion. ,
Liberman, who has been a Miami
Beach mayor and councilman for
the past 12 years, said he was bas-
ing his bid for reelection on his
past record of public service and
current progressive plan.
Off-street parking in Miami
Beach, Liberman said, was instigat-
ed by him in the early 40's. Since
its inception, figures show that
the city's annual parking meter
revenue increased from $125,000 to
a present day income of $500,000.
Liberman's plan now is to further
increase off-street parking areas,
including the construction of dou-
ble-decking facilities.
Liberman's plans for an exhibi-
tion hall, to be located just north
of the Miami Beach auditorium,
will call for seating capacity tor at
least 10,000 persons, thereby en-
abling the city to attract the na-
tion's largest conventions and ex-
positions.
"At my recommendation, the
Pelican Island property was pur-
chased by the city for $36,000.
Since it was purchased, the city
has been offered a quarter of a
million dollars for the undeveloped
105-acre parcel which lies just
north of DiLido Island off Vene-
tian Causeway," Liberman ex-
plained.
Changes in the City Charter are
necessary, Liberman said, "so that
much needed improvements can
keep pace with the city's rapid
growth."
Liberman summed up his plat-
form by saying that he has long
been an exponent of proper wages,
good working conditions, reason-
able work hours, pensions, civil
service, hospitalization, public
health and sanitation.
"My many years of experience
as a businessman and banker," Li-
berman said, "have enabled me to
analyze the problems of this city
so that work could be done at rea-
sonable cost, money borrowed at
reasonable rates and funds expend-
ed in an intelligent manner. The
result is that taxes have been main-
tained at such levels as to protect
our taxpayers and encourage in-
vestors."
Relighus School Picnic
Annual religious school picnic of
Beth David Congregation will be
held on Sunday, May 29, at Cran-
don Park. Mr. Sam Leviten, chair-
man of the con.mittee, will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Sam Leviten, Mrs.
Meyer Forer and Mrs. Rose Schrei-
dell.
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Beth^holom, extend congratulations to Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
at the annual sisterhood installation luncheon in the Fontaine-
bleau hotel last week.
North Dade Center Students
Will he Confirmed Sunday
Sunday afternoon. North Dade
Jewish Center annual confirmation
services will be held with the fol-
lowing students being confirmed:
Raela Blau. Marjorie Davidson,
Sheila Epstein, Sybil Roth. Ro-
chelle Ruttenbcrg. Bette Stoop,
Linda Waller.
The choir under the direction
of Lucille Moore will participate,
and Mrs. Lawrence Kupersmiih
will be violin soloist.
David Goodman. Center presi
dent, will present Bibles to con-
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)AY. MAY 27, 1955
wen's Group
Install Officers
anual installation luncheon of
IConference of Jewish Women's
pnizations of Dade and Brow-
[counties will be held Thurs-
noon. June 2, at the Biscayne
^ace hotel, according to Mrs.
pn Fair, presidents
|iami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
and Mrs. Shapiro, who have
returned from an extensive
through Israel, will highlight
afternoon's program with a
latic dialogue describing their
to the Holy Land,
ewly elected officers will be
tiled by Dr. Benjamin B. Ros-
rg. who heads the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation as execu-
director. Mrs. Farr will be
klled for the second term as
|ident. Vice presidents are Mrs.
frank Wellins and Mrs. Harry
ers; treasurer, Mrs. Matilda
ker; recording secretary, Mrs.
In Weinstein; corresponding
etary, Mrs. Benjamin Appell;
fctrar, Mrs. Harry Kaufman:
ndar secretary, Mrs. Gerald T.
Wellins, vice president in
tee of programs, will introduce
[Flagler-Granada Choral Group
er the direction of Mrs. Millie
Izcr. in a number of specialty
kenlations.
Irs. Al Lozoff will head the
ip of hostesses. Mrs. Leonard
|Ber is arrangements chairman.
Ben Zion Ginsburg is in
tee of publicity. Reservations
be made with Mrs. Harry
man.
Iwnie Troop Ceremonies
|d at Co-Leader's Home
rownie Troop 309, sponsored
he Ladies' Auxiliary of the
al Gables Post 243, Jewish War
trans, held their "fly-up" cere-
lies on Wednesday at the home
uieir co-leader, Mrs. Gertrude
Idson.
eadcr of the troop is Mrs. Len-
lEhrens. Ceremonies were con-
led by Mrs. Josephine Barnes.
t is neighborhood chairman of.
(Auburndale District, and the
'ediction was given by Mrs. Jen-
Golub, chaplain of the sponsor-
I Auxiliary.
ponsors presented the girls
their Girl Scout pins, wings
World Association pins. A
ly for the girls and their guests
owed.
'National Fellowship League'
Gets State Charter Here
A state charter has been granted
to the National Fellowship League
3, '2221 a,nd cul,ura> organization
at 3098 Alton rd Miami Beach it
was announced here by Sam Sie-
gal, founder.
Describing the proposed activ-
ities of the group, Siegal said, this
IS- a non political, non sectarian
group which has been formed on
the idea that, in an area such as
this, where many people arrive as
strangers, there should be a meet-
ing place for single professional
and business men and women, with
a planned program of events, in-
cluding noted lecturers, dances,
dinner parties, concerts and card
parties.
"The League will answer a long-
recognized need in the Miami area,
affording both tourists and resi-
dents the opportunity to make
new social contacts, meet people
from their own part of the coun-
try, and participate in group cul-
tural activities."
+tei*tnKrMt*
m Agers to be Feted
I Rabbi's Residence
abbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
will be hosts to teen agers of
North Shore Jewish Center at
ecial garden party in their new
Hi on Sunday afternoon, May
ie group, organized by Rabbi
amowitz, consists of boys and
Is who attend Sunday morning
Hces and breakfasts. The teen
rs are affiliated with the Na-
^al Youth Group of the Con-
jrative movement.
Gertler Calls for
Convention Facility
Over 350 people in the Black-
stone hotel auditorium this week
heard Judge Charles Gertler pre-
sent his platform for election to
the City Council of Miami Beach.
Gertler pointed to a report "that
the Southern Baptist Convention
meeting last week in Miami passed
a resolution stating that they
would not hold their future con-
ventions in any city which did
not have the auditorium facilities
to accommodate over 10,000 peo-
ple.
"Miami Beach can be the great-
est convention city in America if
we would build a convention hall
which will seat 20,000 and have ex-
hibition space in excess of 100,000
square feet. Adequate convention
facilities, no matter where they
are placed on Miami Beach, will
spread good for all areas. South
Beach certainly must benefit by
the influx of convention dele-
gates."
Gertler also stated that one of
the main points of his platform
was the senior citizen program,
specifically permitting civil service
to increase age limits for certain
jobs. "Insurance statistics have
shown that the life span of our
people has been increased immeas-
urably in the past decade. Cer-
tainly we are depriving ourselves
and our city of mature, sound
thinking people, if we do not make
use of the capabilities and experi-
ence of our older people," Gertler
said.
Alfred Stone, South Beach civic
leader and hotel operator, spoke
in behalf of Gertler's candidacy,
and said he was "happy indeed to
lend my personal endorsement to
Gertler." Other speakers of the
evening were Burton Loebl and
Mai Englander, who head the
Judge's drive in the South Beach
area, and Paul Sciderman, former
assistant district attorney of Kings
County, New York.
PAGE 9 A
Isidore Schwartz (left), welfare chairman of the Goodwill
Group of Greater Miami, is shown receiving a plague in
recognition of his contribution to the organization. Looking on
are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president; Mrs. Samuel Geltner, record-
ing secretary; and Ethel Johnson, board member
Let Mvli in ./. Richard Fight
Your Wight Vote Right
PULL LEVER 7-A TO ELECT
MELVJN J.
RICHARD
YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN
I CITY JUDGE AT A6E M
0VEISMS NAVY VETERAN- W. W. II
PAST PRESIDENT JUNIOR CHAMBER Of COMMERCE
BOAtO MEM1ER-PAST VICE-PRES., B'NAI UiTH. NORTH SHORE 10GGE
CHARTER MEMBER [IKS LODGE, 1601
AMERICAN LE6MN, POST IS
* VETERANS Of FOREIGN WARS CIVIC LEAGUE
* JEWISH WAR VETERANS TEMPLE BETH SMOtOM
* SERVE* 4 YEARS AS A MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN
Nat Winokur
Mat Winokur Heads
Coral Gables Center
Nat Winokur of Maggiore ave.,
Coral Gables, has been elected
president of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center. Winokur succeeds Sam
Weissel.
Others named are Milton Was-
man and David Pullman, Vice
presidents; Syd Birk, recording
secretary; Art Ettinger, corre-
sponding secretary; Jack Falk,
treasurer; and Leo Landis, finan-
cial secretary.
Installation of officers will be
held June 5 at the Colony res-
taurant.
Rabbis Will Serve
On Chevra Kadish
Joint meeting of Greater Miami
Chevra Kadisha and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes was held this
week in Beth El Synagogue.
Attending were Rabbis Simon
April, Akiva Chill, B. Leon Hur-
witz, Morton Malavsky, Morris
Skop, Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mal-
colm Sparer and Alfred Waxman.
Representatives of the Rabbini-
cal Association resolved to express
their "deep gratitude" to both or-
ganizations for "outstanding and
devoted service which they are |
rendering to the cause of tradi-1
tional Orthodox Judaism."
The resolution followed on the |
heels of a move by the Chevra Ka-
disha and Sisterhood to invite the
Rabbinical Association to serve on
its advisory committee. Chairmen
of the new committee will be Rab-
bi April, with Rabbi Hurwitz act-
ing as secretary.
Nathan Ginsberg, president of
Chevra Kadisha, was chairman of
the joint meeting. Assisting was
Mrs. Revve Goldberg, Sisterhood
president.
goodwill Group
Installs Officers
Mrs. Jack Shapiro was this week
installed president of the Good-
will Group for a second term. In-
stalled with Mrs. Shapiro as first
vice president was Florence Roth.
Second vice president is Augusta
Grossman. Others are treasurer,
Lillian Shaine; financial secretary,
Virginia McNelly; correspondence
secretary. Mildred Bobson; social
secretary. Lee Kripple; recording
secretary. Mrs. Samuel Geltner;
and Isidore Schwartz, welfare
chairman.
Elected to the board of directors
were Anna Dann, Esther Eigher-
man, Miriam Fields, Nat Fields,
Doris Silvers, Eva Krohn, Ray Rus-
sak, Diane Schwartz, Rebecca
Castle, Martha Pyser and Ray
Goldstein.
Chairman of the arrangements
committee was Augusta Grossman.
Sidney H. Palmer acted as toast-
master and installing officer. Mrs.
Peggy Palmer acted as chairman.
Highlight of the evening was the
presentation of a gavel to Mrs.
Shapiro. A loving cup was pre-
sented to Mrs. Samuel Geltner for
meritorious services rendered the
group. Schwartz was ipreecnted
with a bronze tablet "in recogni-
tion of his untiring efforts toward
the needy and destitute."
Mrs. Shapiro, formerly president
of other women's organizations,
has been identified with religious
and philanthropic groups for many
years.
Schwartz is serving presently as
president of the Hebrew Free Loan
Association. He is also on the
board of directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
tion and chairman of the ritual
committee of the Greater Miami
Chevra Kadisha.
Cantor Fishel Lutman accompa-
nied Mrs. Lutman in musical selec-
tions.
Mrs. Fred Benn (left) receives
the Krantz Cup for her "out-
standing accomplishment in
raising the most funds" and
for being "Woman of the
Year" at Tifereth Israel [
Northside Center. Presenting <
the award is Mrs. Harry
Krantz, president of the Auxil-
iary. Funds raised are for
the new Center building to
be erected shortly.
PULL
LEVER
4
PROSPERITY
CITY GOVERNMENT
IS YOUR BUSINESS
BE PROUD
OF MIAMI BEACH
ON TUESDAY
VOTE
SAM
HALPERIN
A PROVEN LEADER
4
TWENTY YEARS
ltt Viet President, Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce
1 Chairman, Cituens Commitfto,
40th Anniversory Celebration
1 Vice President, Temple Erronu-
El
Member, 9 years, Zoning Board
City of Miami Beach
Founder ond Director, Miami
Beach Better Business Bureau
Member, American Legion,
Jewish Wor Veterons, Civic
League
Director, Miami Beoch Lions,
Miami Beach Taxpoyers Asso-
ciation, Lincoln Rood Associa-
tion, Mercantile Notional Bank
Chairman, South Florida Re-
gion, Jewish Theologicol Semi-
nary of America
President, Washington Avenue
Association in 1 936 ond again
in 1955
Post President, Miami Beach
Board of Realtors
Past President, President's
Council of Miami Beoch
Member, Guardians of Israel,
Zionists, Brandeis University
Former Member, Auditorium
and Convention Board
THERE 4 VOTE 4
SAM
HALPERIN
PULL
LEVER
4
PROSPERITY
Poid Pol. Adv


PAGE 10 A
Jelstincrk*oti

Gables Zionists
Plan 'Living
Magazine1 Eve
Coral Cables ZionUt n,-trict
will present a Li\-ins Magazine on
fanaT at its next regular meetine
on Thursday. June 2. at the Coral
M Jewish Center.
Editor in-ehief is Seymour B.
Liebtnon. national executive of the
ZOA. Travel editor \a Rev. Edward
I'llrich. pastor of the Evangelical
Reformed Church of Miami, who
has recently returned from a trip;
to Israel.
AjBOMBMIltfl will he edit.',! I>\
the student Zionist organization
Israel dance team of the 1'niver
Mt> of .Miami. Education editor :-
Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. in~tructor at
the University Of Miami
Publisher is Danie! (ravitt. pres-
ident of the Coral Cables ZOA. |
Max Friedson and Mrs. Morris
Simon have arranged the program,
and Mrs. Max Friedson has charge
of refreshments
FRIDAY
MAYi^
Beth Jacob Congregation
Plans Double Celebration
Beth Jacob Congregation is plan-
ning a double celebration on Sdn-
day evening. June 5.
A banquet will honor newly
elected officers for the year 1953
and 1956. at which time Leo Mey-
er, president, and ail other officer-
will be installed by Rabbi Akru
Chili, spiritual leader.
a special tribute will also be giv-
en '.'> the oldest member of the
board. Louil Bloomfield. and Mrs.
Bloomfield. on the occasion of
their 50th wedding anniversary.
Mr and Mr- Bloomfield were mar-
ried in 1905 in Boston, Man They
have been residents of Miami and
Miami Beach for the last 31 year-,
coming here in 1924
Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell, who has waived his
light to an immunity auto sticker, pays a traffic fine last week
to Mrs. Ruth Katzoff at police headquarters. The dollar park-
Officer William Miner, right.
ing ticket was meted out by
Powell Announces
Continued Progress
D. I.ee Powell, farmer Miami
Beach major and councilman this
week r,r>nounced his "continued
progress program at a meeting of
his worker- at campaign hcadquar-
N i -
Pow II lisfa I eight specific
points in his platform which he
-uul he would continue to work on
snd develop. He listed also hi- ac
compli-hii i nt- during his 13-year
tenure as the people's reprcsenla
live to the city council.
Among his pledges was develop-
ment of the Pan American Trade
i Center so tourist interest would be
| stimulated for Miami Beach; work
for development of convention
business to improve summer busi-
ness and make Miami Beach truly
a 12-month resort.
He said he would continue work-
ing on Miami Beach's street and
bridge widening program to ulti
mately solve traffic problems "by
providing safe, adequat" streets
and increased parking facilities''
Powell said he would continue
to -trive for further beautification
of Miami Beach; continue efforts
to improve the city's storm drain-
age facilities; continue helping to
improve the police department
through additional personnel and
facilities: and continue to insist
on increased efficiency in city or-
ganization with resulting tax sav-
ings.
In recent campaign speeches,
Powell pointed out "that more
than $450,000 in revenues have
been received by the city through
a franchise arrangement with Mi-
ami Beach Railway Company I ne-
gotiated, which provides for a
cro-s receipts tax on the bus com-
pany for the privilege of operat-
ing on city streets."
Powell also said he saved the
city $50,000 on construction of the
63rd st. bridge and overpass in
1951 when, as Mayor, he arranged
a waiver of existing regulations by
the Federal Government permit-
ting the city to purchase struc
tural steel direct from the mills.
Chcrles (Chuck) Hall, spent his entire Saturday relaxing and
enjoying the air show of the Armed Forces Day program ct
the Marine Corps Air Station ot Opa Locka with two bus
loads of Miami Beach ch:!dren to whom he played host, fall
^ show:-, here introducing Col. R. C. Manaxum, Commanding
Officer of the air base, and Brig. Gen. W. G. Manley. Com-
mander. Third Marine Air Winn, who put on the complete
show for the entire area Saturday.
Hall Emphasizes
Campaign Platform
le> F Chuck Hali. 37-jreer
old candidate for Miami Beach
Councl. a Miami Beach apart
ment and hotel owner an 1 I <
professor of lannnees ;>* North-
western l ni-. er-ity. this week said
he wou'd fight to s,.p juvenile linquencv before it starts bv of-
fering children more recreational
facilities ;hjt uill keep ihem off
the streets.
Hall said he also favors com-
plete rejuvenation of loath Shore
to increase its proaMritjr and a
deep sea harbor at South Shore to
service large cruise ships in order
to swell the revenue of all of Mi-
ami Beach.
Additional funds for the publi-
city and public relations depart-
ment for year-round promotion,
publicity and advertising of the
apartment industry are also on
Hall's agenda.
In addition, he seeks extensive
backing and promotion of mer-
chants of Miami Beach, to save
1 tmprovini preai -it cauae-
- before building othr-s aad
; coal nnrser] plan for children
11 families where both pan
A raOj tor Hall was held at
Washington Park on Tw adaj The
program v. a headed by Louis
Groat and Jo* i h H:-nbaum.
BUILDERS OF IMMORTAL
MEMORIALS FOR THE
frafi O rran
nWISH TRADE
Look for the 2-Srory Whit* BuiHin,
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS $40.00
plui Cemetery Charges
0?n Umlgm PIk,h. 13-0249
c2% IAMI TITLC
t QhtractCo.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Titlt lasvranct Policies ef
Koim* City Title Insurance Ca.
Ce./f.), Smrplwt A (reserves
Iceerf $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
Historical Society Hears University of floridIT^
Fifty third annual program of Fi,ih q *fHku
the Historical Society of South i p,, "n A?inst w
Florida met Thursday evening at I,. Prvtor \s ?*
Cord Gables High School audi he HiMory
torium. ''"'
Samuel Proctor, author of "Na- Prcs"".u ,fte c
poleon Bonaparte Broward." was "f Bna> B nth and^Tji
principal speaker and discussed presideni 1f \\le Flori^Q,'^|
;Attv n the !lih Seas lerafion ol B'nai **]
lv,'rM,y "f noridTTn
"i Brit,
IFFEil
INDUSTRIES. INC.
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sub-contractor-specialist
Sheet metal fabrication & install/
Erection structural steel-gypsum roofkJ
Roofing-composition, asphalt, pitch 4 J
Vendor, commercial & industrial building suj
Industrial, mechanical & utility pipiJ
Cold storage plants & industrial insulatiohI
Equipment-process engineering & desigJ
Solar water heating systems & electrical boqsJ
FOR 2.^ YEARS
tZuAtcUf-Se'wicc Piiu
FREE ESTIMATES
Da.de Fede
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EXCEEDING 75 MILLION DOLLARS
has
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Low cost, Low rate, Low monthly payments,*
penalties for prepayment, friendly, sped,
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When you plan to BUY, BUILD, REFINANCE,
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And......
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JRY. MAY 27, 1955
1
-Jmlsti thrktlnn
if Women's Group
s Mrs. Eisenstein Head
K>ther Eisenstein has been
president of Miami Beach
r, Mizrachi Women's Organ-
: officers recently named
elude the Mes-
iiHie.-. JOkpb E.
[Brenner, Anna
iBerow and Ida
Wessel, honor-
|a r y presidents;
[Pauline Chill,
[Louis Lustig,
I David Schechter,
[Joseph Babad,
Toby J a f f e e,
[Rose Gechman
and Harry Sir,
vice presidents.
Mesdames Samuel Grund-
honorary treasurer; Harvey
sr, treasurer; Louis Lustig,
kponding secretary; Arnold
[recording and financial sec-
Mesdames Nat Hochman,
rVs.sel, Harry Sir, Rose Sch-
and Sol Silberman, trus-
rd of directors includes the
^mes Fanny Abrams, Gussie
Gerdie Bergad, Sarah Far-
Ida Friedman, Yetta Freed-
I.ena Kramer, Sarah Katz,
I.evine, Abraham Mostow,
a Migdol, Helen Pollack,
IK Sarah Silverstein, Anna
', Ida Strouch, Martha
and Rose Schneider.
Is-in-Brief Club
ills Mrs. Goldberg
put)-fifth annual installation
of the Books-in-Brief Club
Id on Monday at Beef and
restaurant. After dinner,
lors met at the home of Mrs.
Pallot on Alton rd., where
p-rmal installation took place.
literary club w.as organized
kcomber, 1930, for the pur-
U reviewing books, discussing
It events and to seek cul-
knowledge. Charter mem-
ire Mrs. Charted Feldman,
|na Goldberg, Mrs. I. L. Reis-
Mid Mrs. Louis^Heiman.
i. Feldman installed Mrs Ina
kerg, president; Mrs. Jack
I, vice president; Mrs. Louis
[, secretary; Mrs. Minna R.
[treasurer. Mrs. Mell also is
tub's lifetime librarian.
;r members are Mrs. Harry
i, Mrs. Mike Kofkin, Mrs.
Weinberg, Mrs. I. L. Reis-
Mrs. Charles Feldman and
Louis Heiman.
.hard Points
Past Record
|vin Richard this week point-
that he was responsible for
at reduction in three areas of
li Beach of one-way streets,
[compiling an 18-page report
research over a long period
lie.
l'ii the council adopted my
imendations, traffic conges-
alleviated throughout the
and many traffic problems
id." he said.
Hiard added that he collected
Icupational license taxes from
ln.il insurance companies the
I of $15,000 over a period of
ays, and permanently placed
lie records of the City of Mi-
jBeach from the same source
per year.
hvas personally responsible for
Construction of the new club
at Bayshore Golf Course.
jfhen I became a member of
[City Council, I conducted a
Sy to determine why golf
jses in other areas operated at
Ofit, while those at the Beach
[money," Richard said.
chard says he discovered that
|her areas the concessions were
out on bids, while in Miami
ph they were given free to the
|agers of the courses.
M a result of my finally in-
ng the council to let out the
issions on public bids, the golf
ses immediately commenced to
P2* a profit, and it was these
Its saved up year after year
fch were finally used to build
[beautiful new club house at
tore," Richard declared.
PAGE 11 A
SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32
WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY
between 25 35. Write Mr. L., Box
2973, Miami 18.
For Rent1-Bedroom Apt.
with jalousied porch, knotty pine
walls, near transportation, high
school, auditorium, shopping. Dcplex
side-by-side. Adults. 2995 S.W. 2nd
Street.
Support
Councilman Burnett Roth installs newly
elected officers of the Cerebral Palsy Asso-
ciation. Next to Councilman Roth is Mrs.
Arthur Mark, chairman of the installation
program, Mrs. Abraham Wasserman, presi-
dent, Mrs. Elihu Andron, past president and
Roth Asks
For Bond Issue
Councilman Burnett Roth made
public this week an appeal to the
freeholders of Miami Beach to
support the bond issue, which has
to be voted on in the general elec-
tion of June 7.
"The bond Issue for various im-
provements in our city is a non
partisan issue. No matter what the
issues are in this campaign, every
qualified freeholder should make
it his duty to vote on these proj-
ects on Election Day.
"There are many worthwhile
projects to be voted on. Some vot-
ers will oppose some projects and
favor others," Roth said. "What-
ever your feelings are in the mat-
ter, go out and vote."
"Let us not lose all the improve-
ments by default and negligence.
I know it is virtually impossible to
please everybody. But there should
be a majority of the citizens pub-
lic spirited enough to want to im-
prove this beautiful city of ours,
and-keep it that way for genera-
tions to come."
Roth instructed all his workers
to urge all freeholders to vote for
the bond issue on that day, regard-
less whether the voters are his
supporters or not.
founder, and Cerebral Palsy Clinic director
Franklin F. Sounders. Installation took
place in the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium.
Councilman Roth is vice president of the
organization.
Free Room, Private Bath
and Food
lo nvrldle-aqed woman in exe'-ange
fot slu-jht housekeeping service which
will not interfere with her act ..ties.
Widower's lovely home on BeacK pre-
fer year-round. References reo-ired.
Mr. F.. Box 2973, Miami IS.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ui,- underslg*ned( doslrlnc i<> engage >"
biiKlm m under the fictitious nami of
REIVH ii.(iTinvi: STORE, at 17M1
South Federal Highway, int. nde i"
i raid name with the Clerk ..r
cult Court -if Dade < 'ouni s.
Florida.
JULES ARON
KDWARD A RONS
Attorn*j fot Applicant
5/27 8/3-10-1?
Masada Plans Oneg
Shabbat, Other functions
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will hold an
Oneg Shabbat at the home of Sam
Soldinger, 1635 Bay dr., Friday
night. Mlsa Barbara Bloom and
Stanly Josowitz, program co-chair-
men, have announced that Oil Rap-
paport, Florida director of the
Zionist Organization of America,
will be guest speaker.
On Saturday night, May 28, the
district will present a beach party
and moon light swim at the -Irip
of beach on Ocean Drive just south
of Pier Park.
Plans have also been completed
for the eighth annual Installation
dinner and dance, according to
Bernice Dacks, chairman of the
affair. The installation will be held
at the Nautilus hotel on June 12.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 179775
.-\.\in-:i, ki >l/rxow and i.ii.uk
KOLTNOW, hla wife, Ptatntl
NELLIE BAKER, a widow; el al.,
Defi
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T< I:
(]> OLIVER P BAKER and ANNIE
B \KKlt, hla
I-1 eeport, New York a
i?) ANNIE BAKER, a widow
Freeuort, New STork
I i ITHERIXM E8TELLE
Ri IRERTK. widow
Budd Lake, New York
( !i ERMA HINER, a widow
Kl Cm Ion, Calif.....la
I.'.) PANSY I. CONNOR, widow
! Mt.'i Pai Iftc Ai -ii ir. San
nclau '. California
l 6 ( All unUnnu :t hi Ira, '!,
intoCH, assignee*, llenoi .-.
Hoi s. truataea or other u
claiming by, through, undei or
against WILLIAM it. BAKER,
Deceased: m IVEH I BAKER.
Deceased; BENJAMIN A. BAK-
ER, .in. Deceased: hattik
BAKER, Deceased, also known as
HARRIET II.M\ BAKER, De-
i aaed: BENJAMIN BAKER, sit .
Deceased: i,i:.mii:i. BAKER, De-
aed: MARY E. SAWYER
BAKER, Deceased; and CARL
BAKER, Deceased,
17i \i,ii if gnj "f the :>!".- named
defendanta be dead, the
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
. Honors, truateea, credit ira an '
"i her pai < lea i In i mlng by, I h i
undi Insl the abo> e
ndantK
i-i The unknown spouses of any at
the above named Defendants,
iio And nil pa tli known ur un-
known, having or claiming to nave
anj right, tit!.- or Interest li
the following described prop-
erty, iltuate, I) ins .11 I being in
I Mil,, i '..iinf., 1- lornl.i. t" it :
Lot W of SAWYER AND ROB-
ERT8 Al 'DITION, aci oi ding to
the Pint thereof, recorded in Plat
i ik :'.. .it Page 27 nf the Public
Re ords ol I "ade County, rl<
v. >l' AN 11 BACH OK Yl >r are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
i-i yuli-t Title t" the above di
:.;ii property has been filed agnlnsl
v..... and you are required to
a < t,, the Bill of Complaint "" the Plaln-
llffs" attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOF,
i-.nl Olympla Building, Miami -. frlor-
ind file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office >< the Clerk ol
Ui, i :j| rri on hi before the
Xoth day of June, 1958. if you tall to
do so, ludgmem by default in be
"i-f de-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN Hint
the umlei-alcned. desiring to engagi In
business under the fi.-iltlmia name of
FIBERGLASS INDUSTRIES Ot MI-
AMI, at 3710 N.W. .".0th Street In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk ui the Clrcull Court of Dane
JU,ty' 'geKbHON BERNSTEIN
5/27 S/3-10-17 _____
ROOM & BOARD
IN WMVATI H0MI Hr 2 Wtrly
aeoale, ttrittly koiher, vary reotaa-
fele. Pimm 3-47$. 2740 S.W. 5th
Street.
WANTED
ROOM & BOARD
IN PRIVATE HOME for gldarly
lady. Prwfwr hme> with practical
nuring car*. Ph. 34730.
taken aagalnsl v"!' for the relle
i,-.nui' I In the Bill of ("omiilalnt
Tin- notice aholl be publish.-il once
each week for t'Ui in consecutive
In THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN.
DONE AM> ORDERED at Mianit.
Florida, this 19th day v( May, A.D.
K. B, LEATHERN \x.
r*|rk, Circuit Court
Hade County. I lot i.l.i
By Joan COL'RNOYER,
(Circuit Court s.alI Deput) Clerk
QEOROE CHERTKOP
Attorney for Plaintiffs......
,;i.; Olympla Building. .Miami 3.'. Flu.
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnesH under the fictitious name of
pi .ST BRl'NCH AND SODA, at l.>0
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1955
SECTION B
NEW NOVEL BY
SOMA MORGANSTERN
Trustees to Assume
New Responsibility
Trustees of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will assume in-
creased responsibilities by virtue
of a recent amendment of Federa-
tion's by-laws passed and adoDted
at the recent meeting of Federa-
tion's executive committee.
Final approval of the amend-
ment will be made by the board of
governors at their next regular
meeting. Harold Thurman, chair-
man of the nominating committee
to amend by-laws, has announced
the following added responsibili-
ties of Federation trustees:
1. The trustees should have "re-
sponsibility" for administering
the reserve funds and bequests j
of Federation.
2. Responsibility for reviewing
periodically the financial status j
of Federation and making i
recommendations with regard
to same to the finance commit-1
tee and board of governors.
3. To advise on the annual CJA
campaign goal.
4. Encourage and develop ways
and means of obtaining be-
quests and special gifts.
A more active role in the affair*
Of Federation by trustees is fore-
seen in the future as a result of
this amendment, according to
Federation officials. The new rul-
ing is also designed to involve
Greater Miami's top business men
and welfare leaders in the finan-
cial affairs of Federation and in
the techniques of fund raising.
New trustees elected at the Fed-
eration annual meeting include:
Ronald Adler
Youth Council Picks
Adler for President
Ronald Adler, a member of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
was elected president of the Inter-
eroup Youth Council of Greater
Miami, sponsored by the Florida
Resion of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
The IYC is a cooperative body
for point planning and better hu-
man relations, involving the Hi-
"Y" Youth of the YMCA. the "Y"-
Teens of the YWCA. the Future
Teachers of America. Allied
You'h. the individual high school
Samuel FrMlaW. cittirman" Step | councils of the Dade County Pub-
_ tin CihAnln ml V. n D'noi D ftlli
ard Broad. Samuel C. Levenson
jnd George Chertkof.
A'
(^t^,naTrWBlftdeirtg;;B:^iiai[ll'iWl' mil
rge bronze plaque presented to The Jewish Floridian by the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
on at Federation's 17th annual meeting in the Biscayne Terrace hotel last week. The
^que reads: "Awarded to The Jewish Floridian by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
leadership and service to our Jewish community through its intelligent interpretation of
e local and national Jewish scenes, for its sympathetic and provocative editorials and its
dication to the progress of Greater Miami, May 17, 1955."
Historical Group
Elects Officers
Greater Miami Chapter of the
'American Jewish Historical So-
ciety was formed at a meeting last
week in the Shore Club hotel. The
Miami Chapter is a component part
of the American Jewish Historical
Society, with its headquarters in
New York.
As part of the national organiz-
ation, the Greater Miami Chapter
intends to popularize American
Jewish history and dedicate itself
to research and studies in the
early activities of Jewish settlers
in Florida. It plans to establish
discussion groups to read and criti-
cise p.)ers, to establish scholar-
ships and offer prizes for essays.
At the organizing meeting the
following temporary officers were
elected: chairman. Harry Simon-
hoff: vice chairman, Seymour Leib-
:nnn: secretary. Mrs. Max Dobrin:
treasurer, Benjamin Meyers
Executive board to assist in or-
ganizing the group was elected at
the same meeting and consist- trf
John J. Appel, Dr. Joseph Horo-
witz. Mrs. Anna Brenner Mevers.
Solomon H. Lichter, and Milton
Malakoff.
Gilbert J. Balkin was nominated
chairman of the board.
lie Schools and the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization.
Adler is past vice president of
the IYC and was in on its original
development. He is a member of
the West Miami Jewish Center and
on the executive board of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews. He is also a member of the
U.S. Marine Air Force Reserves.
[Fred K. Shochet (right), publisher of The Jewish Floridian accept,, plaque from^ ^
man. chairman of L 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. P^^^^^^
Paper', "leadership and -rvioe" to the Jewish community. Shochet is immediate pas.
president of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers.
Local Dentists to Sponsor
Three-Day Course Here
Greater Miami Alumni Chapter
of Alpha Omega, national dental
fraternity, will sponsor a three-day
course beginning June 3, conduct-
ed by Dr. Harry Sicher. of Loyola
University. Chicago.
Dr. Sicher is an internationally-
known scientist and teacher. He
holds the chair of Professor of
Anatomy at the Dental School of
Loyola University and was recent-
ly honored with a Doctor of
Science degree by that university.
Dr. Sicher has lectured in over
50 cities in the United States and
ip several foreign countries. He
received his MD degree in Vienna.
Dr. Henry Green is in charge of
local arrangements of this semi-
nar, which will be held at the Bis-
cayne Terrace hotel.
Shavuoth Service
Fetes Confirmands
Highlighting the celebration of
Shavuoth, Temple Emanu-El will
hold confirmation exercises on
Friday, the first day of the festi-
val, during the regular holiday
service beginning at 9 a.m.
Forty members of the class, the
largest in the history of the Tem-
ple, having completed ten years of
study in the religious school, will
be confirmed.
Exercises will also pay tribute
to American Jewry by dealing
with the significance of the Ter-
centenary year. Confirmands will
participate in a floral service, sym-
bolic of the first fruits and the
Shavuoth festival.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will con-
duct the service and charge the
confirmands. Cantor Philip Brum-
mer will chant the service, as-
sisted by the Temple choir.
Confirmands are Joseph Adler,
Linda Aranoff, Reglna Brummer,
Barbara Burris, Rosalind Caskill,
Robert Chaikin. Joel Channing,
Stewart Colton, Rose Cohn, Mer-
vin Dayan, Sondra DeLeon, June
Farber, Maxine Fierberg, Marcia
Freeman. Linda Friedman, Sydney-
Cm tier, Frances H a b e r, Barry
Honig, Arlene Kaplan.' Madelyn
Kumole, June Levine, Martin
Lune. Linda Marks. Martin Mech-
lowitz. Sarina Molko, Ira Moser,
Wendy Postol, Bonita Rubenstein,
Barbara Schoenfeld, Linda Schoen-
i'eld, Ira Shapiro, Barbara Sheri-
dan. Philip spiro. Merril Trent,
Cornelia fork. Ruih Weinstein,
Carole Wiesen, Jacqueline White,
Sneila Wyle and Sheila Zemmel.
Chapter Holds Cord Party
Flamingo Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, held a donor card party
at the home of Mrs. Harold Kra-
vitz, 234 To-ToLo-Chee dr., this
week.

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-JmlstifhrAfter
Eleven Hopefuls Vie for Four City
Council Seats as Primary Due 31st
we** SsTThat Friday
Miami Beach voter* go to the the last day on which voters who
- Tuesday. May 31 to Dll (oar will be out ol town May 31 can
-ie> on the Beach City Coun- ca>t absentee h..Uots 0 *e mu
t^an^ kicjaai eieciMMiv
VVing lor the four
11 candidates Incumbents, whose
seats on the council are being
sought by seven other hopefuls,
include Councilmen D Lee P
Marcie B Liberman. Harold Turk
and Burnett Roth Other candi
dates include Samuel Halpenn.
.Leonard Wien. Charles Gertler.
Charles F Ball Martin -Dread.
Mel\in Richard and Chart* Wea
court
N up for ele rer.r are
Crippled Children's
Society Will Hear
Slate on Monday
Crippled Children's Socie-
" ~ ; i^ual t^""* M"nday
"- May 30. at the Columbus ho- Mayor Haro S Vrce Mayer
eers to be presented
I the nominating committee m-
H W. Keith Phillips, Jr. presi-
\>hn H Halliburton vice
-.-resident: Frank 0 Pruitt. Jr.
ice president. Mrs. Marshall S
Scott secretary, and Jerome C
Hofmayer. treasurer
Executive committee
Walter H Beckham. Jr
amin. Mrs R M Jer-
Mrs Comer J Kimball. R B Rob-
ert ID. Mrs Glenn F Warren
Mrs. H B Wells.
Honorary board of directors in-
Roscoe Brunstetter. Mr*
lam A Dunn. Mrs Alexander
if Jr. Mr> C H Reeder and
Mr> Robert R Taylor
he board sill be Mrs Paul
\ Uses, Mrs P. B Chrisman Jr.
Vernon R Esteve- Jv.hr. L
-man Maurice R Bar
Jr Mrs Earl R Haruick
' C Hector. Mrs Francis
Mrs James L K:
Barrj M Steven* Mrs Jack
CT Paul D Mc
Leslie D Moore. Mrs Philip
Moore. T V Moore. III. Allen
Stuart W Par
Richard B Plumer Mrs George B
.'r Roy R Schechter and
Laura Sutler
Represent;: i Alpha Chi O
-r.ae Chapter wili be Mrs Har
Beam Representing Miami
tats *.:: be Dr
E : ->"er From Miami
I '
- Leonard Overholder
Harald Spaet and Councilman Ber
nard A Frank
Tomlinsor. said that a total of
19.816 voters were registered for
the election, as compared with
19 621 two years ago This year's
election will be the first to be
held under the ne law which de-
. .^ manes a primary and a run-off
n ,j contest when there are more than
1 eight candidates
Besides the election of the four
councilmen. a
222.MAYB
Over 3.000 individu,
I*** Bdueation h"W<
Sfol> of crcatem.j*'*^
--.sasaa
-hed
history,
Surrounded by a group of four and five-year-old pint-aized
graduates is Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk. Turk
was featured speaker recently at the pre-kindergarten school
graduation in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Arlen in Second
Term as President of
Miami Women's Unit
Miss June Cutting, state director
multi-milhoo dollar I of United Cerebral Palsy of Flor-
bond i<5sue will be submitted to
the free holders for approval
Three of the eleven hopefuls for
the four vacancies will be elimin-
ated in the May 31 primary The
eight high men will have their
ida. was installing officer for the
Miami Women's I'nit of United
Cerebral Palsy Association last
week at the Miami Woman 5 Club
Mrs Claire Arlen was installed
for her second year as president
-e" ---.. .u.v iin 11 --*.*- _-*.* -- a fate decided in final elections for Other officers are the Mesdames
the council seats on June 7 Florence Einbinder first vice pres-
ident: Bea Matter, second vice
j president; Elsie Holston. recording
secretary: Jo Kimmelman. corre-
sponding secretary: and Dorothy
Spence. treasurer
C,ue>t speakers included Mr.
Frank Smathers. president of
board of directors of United Cere-
bral Palsy of Miami, and Franklin
Saunders. administrator of United
Cerebral Palsy Clinic
Musical portion of the program
was a vocal selection by Lenore
Goldstein.
n Hebrew
; ceremonies. I-rlTandT?5 *
I Program mciu.ie. both JJ1^
~hool and -he .?*
Program of the afternrw, T*
M-rk, ,n the te" ,,?,!**
tedtoestabh-hane""^
norm in achieve,*?^
ous subject. andwiu'Jjj
basis of comparison o(lM
menl wh las, year. *2
Profram includes a **,
objective test Hebrew Jfi
ed nationally by the AmtntaTl
socution for jew, KS"
Mrs. Matilda H Ra,n*fl
president, announced thai \^1
ing program is under the aa2
sion of Louis Schwartanan^1
live director, and Herbert'3
director of extension artmt?.|
the Bureau M
Mrs. Ratner also announced*.,
the annual interschool gndtsai
exercises of the Bureau iJTI
held this year at the Mian la]
ens Club on Thursday. }mA
Thus year's graduation will uxj*
graduates of Temple Beth Shtht
Temple Emanu-El. North a.
Jewish Center. Miami Hean
School and Beth David Cotpaj
tion.
Si
Golden Ae Clobs Meet
Senior Fnendship Club of Flag-
.raaada Jewish Comm.
- is host to the Towt. and
Beach Branch Golden Age Groups
Sunday afternoon
Program of entertainment in-
ed Dorothy Roth. Erna Der
-ler Harry Shame*. Donna Sher
mar.. Betty Guberman and the
choral group directed by Mildred
Draizar
Maurice Shaw, chairman of the
Sea : F.-..:. nhap CM it-d t m-
aauejty saaging and presented an
award for outstanding x
Mr and Mrs Bea Jonas
Refreshments were in charge of
Mrs Gvsmc Fellman and Mr Sam
Gables Center to Confirm
fifteen Students Friday
Fifteen students u ill be confirm-
ed during Shavuoth services Fn-
day evening at Coral Gables Jew-
Center.
Confirmands include Judith
Robert Beck. Jonathan Noel Ba-.
km. Myrna Helen Dolinger. H. Ju
dith Flashman. Minam Sue Frank.
Susan Hiller. Brenda Joyce Hoch-
man. Anita Louise Jacobson. Jac-
queline Elizabeth K a m p. Jack
Lawrence Kopelman. Eisa Nancv
Levick. Gerald Wayne Marks. Jac-
quely n Barbara P a d d o r. Philip
Arthur SUverstooe II and Elinor
Beatrice Sockloff
Rabbi Morns Skop will officiate
Mr* Joel Belov and Robert Str.
burg will present certificates of
honor Confirmation Bibles will be
presented by Sam Weissel. pres.
dent Tercentenary cantata, by j
Strassburg and entitled Proclaim
Liberty will be featured at the
ce
LET'S LOOK AT THE RECORD!

Butchers Get Charter
The Dade County Kosher Butch-
er- Guild, formed to protect the
buying public, received its char-
ter Friday from Circuit Judge J
Fritr Gordon. Officers are Jack
Pomeranu. president: Herman
Dale. Phil Romer. vice presidents:
Hyman Zaidman. treasurer: Jerry
Deutsch. secretary, and Norman
Kaplan, financial secrelarv
[
Spear
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CuurOaTP'Tam
]u%t
few
Good Keasons
Turk
Wby V Should KteP
M ur0rfc for Miami
Beaeb
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Member of Board of Fellows,
Brondcis University .
Temple Emonu El B'noi
B'rith Beth Tfiloh .
Boord of Directors, Hebrew
Academy I*th Jacob .
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
I 9arai change* bands Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz.
honorary Ha prwsidant ok Hebrew Academy Woman, rums
er the gaweJ to Mr*. Irrinc PirteL newly elected president.
at an iiisaifintkui limrttaau last week in the Fontainebleau
(Pd IVl Ad,
Pull Lever 9-A
Re-elect Harold TURK Councilman


)AY. MAY 27, 1955
iLOBAL SHORTS
*JeUtnrMton
PAGE 3 B
)rt Growing Uneasiness in
el Over Security Problem
pASHINGXPN (WNS)A grow-
confidence in Israel in eco-
kic developments but increas-
uneasiness over the security
ilem and international rela-
ys was reported here this week
M'.n'l circles that keep in touch
recent developments there,
pas said that security worries
resulted from Israel's sense
[isolation in the face of the
Wing pattern of western de-
le arrangements with the
lief Act Called 'Fraud;'
is Only 563 Admitted
Washington (Wns>calling
Refugee Relief Act a "fraud"
a "deceptive fake which de-
cy demands we rectify," Rep.
In D. Davidson, of New York,
loduced a bill in Congress to
love administration of the Act
the jurisdiction of Scott Mc-
1, State Department security
fcf. and to remove all ethnic re-
rements from the law. He
rged that only 503 immigrants
arrived in this country in 18
iiths under the measure which
designed to admit 214.000 in
ninths.
rman Woman Faints After
ring of Mass Poisonings
[If ANKFURT (WNS) At a
ll of German chemical manu
|urer Dr. Gerhard Peters, an
fcrly woman juror fainted in
Irt when she heard Peters ex-
|n calmly how a lethal cyanide
luct of his own invention and
lufacture, known as "Zyklon
was injected into closed rooms
] concentration camps through
Jwer-type nozzles. Dr. Peters is
gg tried here for being "an ac-
isory" to the murder of 300.000
rs in Nazi gas chambers.
of the Western Powers, as well as
a catalogue of instructions from
Hitler, Himmler and other top
Nazis for the extermination of Eur-
opean Jewry, will be administered
by the International Red Cross un-
der an international .committee.
Hanan Cidor, an Israel official, re
vealed at a press conference here
this week.
Lehman Gets AJCongress
Award as Civil Libertarian
WASHINGTON (WNS) Sen
Herbert H. Lehman was this week
presented with the 1953 Stephen
Wise award by the American Jew-
ish Congress. The award, consist-
ing of a bronze plaque and a $1,000
check, was given the Senator by
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of
the Congress, for his "eloquent and
courageous defense of civil liber-
ties which have been the bulwark
of our American democracy."
1 Dulles Will Testify
On McCarran-Walter Act
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
and Attorney General Herbert
Brownell, Jr., were requested this
week by chairman Harley M. Kil-
gore, of the Senate Judiciary Com-
mittee, to appear at hearings to be
held in the near future on the en-
tire question of immigration law
revision. The demand for such re-
vision has arisen as a result of
public discontent with the McCar-
ran-Walter Immigration Act and
the operation of the Refugee Re-
lief Act of 1953.
Present at the conference were
delegates from England, France,
the Netherlands, Italy, the Saar.
Switzerland and West Germany
and an officials observer from
Austria.
Iholic, Labor Publications
|il Salk as Answer
BETROIT (WNS) The accom-
ihments of Dr. Jonas Salk, dis-
lerer of the anti-polio vaccine,
re pointed to in an editorial in
"Michigan Catholic" this week
[ a reply to professional anti-
Jnites. A similar editorial, en-
led "So You Don't Like the
Vs." appears in the current issue
She Detroit Labor News. "It al-
sl seems providential that the
Jior of defeating the fearful
urge of polio should have fallen
l;i member of a group so often,
fa so unfairly, the butt of hate-
|den calumny," the editorial in
'Michigan Catholic" stated.
Eisenhower Names Orthodox
Leader as Federal Judge
NEW YORK (WNS) President
Eisenhower this week named Wil-
liam B. Herlands. former Commis-
sioner of Investigation of New
York State, to be a Federal Judge
of the Southern District of New
York. Mr. Herlands is honorary
president and former president of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, has
served on the board of trustees of
Yeshiva University and has been
actively connected with the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, Synagogue
Council and Jewish Statistical Bu-
reau.
Center to Combat Bigotry
Established in Saarbruecken
SAARBRUECKEN (JTA)A lia-
ison center of the European So-
ciety for Christian Jewish Cooper-
ation was established here this
week by representatives of the
movement from eight countries.
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Hi-
Educators Scored for Plans
To Convene in Bigot Resort
NEW YORK (JTA) The New
York advisory board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
scored the New York State Asso-
ciation for supervision and curricu-
lum development for deciding to
go ahead with plans to hold its
1955 convention at an Adirondack
resort which discriminates against
Jewish guests during the resort
season. The ADL action came in
the form of a resolution voted at a
meeting of the advisory board.
irliament Defeats
pmmunist Motion
-:in;SALEM (WNS)By a vote
157 to 7, with 14 abstentions, the
fael Parliament this week de-
nted a communist motion of non-
nfidence in the Government. The
mmunist motion had criticized
flense Minister David Ben-Gur-
for an "arrogant, sabre-rat-
fcg" speech on Independence
Premier Moshe Sharett, who
plied for the government, stated
at Mr. Ben-Gurion had propound-
nothing new in his address.
Mexican Cabinet Members
In Memorial to Einstein
MEXICO CITY (JTA) A me-
morial meeting to Dr. Albert Ein-
stein was held here under the
auspices of the Technion Society
with the participation of leading
Mexican scientists, educators and
members of the government. The
meeting was held in the Palacio
de Bellas Artes. It was attended
by several Cabinet members, Na-
bor Carrillo, rector of the Nation-
al University of Mexico; Yosef Kes-
sary, Israel Minister to Mexico; and
representatives of the embassies
of tlje United States and Switzer-
land.
taxwell Raab Honored
It Dinner in Boston
[BOSTON (WNS) At the 18th
nnual dinner of the Massachusetts
Dmmittee of Catholics, Protes-
ts and Jews, held here this
leek, Maxwell Rabb, White House
Ide and Secretary to the Cabinet,
fa^ cited for his contributions to
rotherhood. Others who received
Itations were Gen. Walter Bedell
pith. Maryland Gov. Theodore
IcKeldin and Jack Benny, radio
ind television comedian.
ted Cross Takes Over
trlosen Archives in Germany
LONDON (JTA) The Interna-
tional Tracing Service at Arolsen,
jermany, which is a complete cata-
logue of all those imprisoned and
Pone to death in Naxi concentra-
fion camps liberated by the troops
Soviet Bars Transfer of
Remains of Yiddish Writer
NEW YORK (WNS)When Dr.
Samuel Eliashev was Israel's Am-
bassador to Moscow he submitted
a request to the Soviet Govern-
ment for permission to transfer to
Israel t h e remains of Mendele
Mother Shorim, the Grandfather
of Yiddish literature, it was re-
ported here this week by the For-
ward, Yiddish daily. Mendele died
in the winter of 1918 and was
buried on the old cemetery of the
Jewish community o f Odessa.
When the Nazis captured Odessa,
they desecrated the cemetery, tear-
ing down Mendcle's tombstone
and its surrounding gate. Moscow
has made it known, says the For-
ward, that the "followers of Yid-
dish culture in Soviet Russia are
opposed to trans/erring Mendele's
bones from Russian soil, with
which his entire creativity was as-
sociated." Mendele is the only Yid-
dish writer whose name appears in
i the newest Soviet Encyclopedia.
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IfRIDAY. MAY 27, .1955
Dr. Rosenberg Will
Address Atlanta
(Children's Service
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
f\eculive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will ad-
dress the 79th annual meeting of
She Jewish Children's Service in
Mlanta, Ga., on Sunday, May 29.
Announcement of Dr. Rosen-
erg's appearance was made by
srmand May, president of the
iewish Children's Service there.
The Atlanta organization is a re-
gional agency serving the states
[f Florida, Georgia. North and
South Carolina and Virginia. The
Igcncy, in conjunction with Fed-
Iralion and the Jewish Family
ervice of Miami, has recently de-
veloped a child care program to be
lirected by the 'family service to
|d children in need.
Dr. Rosenberg was formerly
l( hi director of the National Coun-
I of Jewish Federations and Wei-
pre Funds and is a nationally
bcogniied authority in the field of
bcial welfare.
+Je PAGE 5 B
leth David Closing
Exercises Sunday
11 In Sunday morning. May 22,
sing exercises of the Beth David
jinday School were held in the
fnagogue.
[Sixty-five certificates were
larded to students for outstand-
achievement during the school
lar. Special awards of honor
fere presented to Steven Rohan,
lice Stone, Allen Goldman and
brcia Buan for three consecutive
la is of perfect attendance.
|Fred Berney and Sandra Levine,
indard bearer and custodian of
colors, formally transferred the
nerican and Israeli flags to Allen
bldman and Marcia Buan. Allen
Id Marcia earned their appoint-
Dnts by being the outstanding
ly and girl of the ninth >c;ir class.
[inusual feature of the closing
ercises was the presentation of
[volume by the second grade.
Leaves of the volume are made of
coins contributed by children
throughout the year and is being
given to the library fund of the
Beth David P.T.A.
Greetings were extended by Her
bert E. Scher, president of Beth
David Congregation, as well as
Mrs. Rose Schreidell, president of
the P.T.A.; Mrs. Harold Berney,
president of Sisterhood; and Max
Jacobson, president of the Men's
Club.
Holds Music Recital
Berte Long presented a recital
of music, honoring two students.
Roger Reece and Georgia Kiri-
fides, at the home of Olive Dun-
gan, 650 NE 68th st, Wednesday
evening.
In addition to Reece and Miss
Kirifides, appearing were Teddy
Zangwell, Judy Bernard, Marvine
Christmas, Carrie Lee Pellicer,
Martha Sampson and Eleanor For-
giane.
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Florida branch manager Abra-
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ion the continuing rapid growth of
Food Fair is the result primarily
of a concept handed down by the
founders, to take the time to un-
derstand people, "and to be human
themselves."
During the meeting Harold
Food Fair Executives in Annual
Meeting, Progress Data Told
More than 250 executive person- CU8, "Our expansion program dur
nel of Pood Fair Stores of Florida.
Inc., including store managers and
their wives, met at the Shelborne
hotel on Miami Beach last week for
the second annual review and pre
view meeting and dinner-dance.
Louis B. Stein, Food Fair presi-
dent, of Philadelphia, Pa., stated
that Food Fair's 1954-55 fiscal year
saw all goals of growth and accom-
plishment set the year before, not
only met but exceeded.
"We have faith in the continu-
ance of our national economy on a
high level, and with continued pop-
ulation increases. Food Fair must
grow. S50.000.000 investment in
new stores and facilities is sched-
uled over the next two years.
"The retail food industry is the
biggest business on earth. Super-
market operations such as Food
Fair have helped immeasurably to
cut Mrs. Consumer's food budget."
In the same vein, Samuel Fried-
land, Food Fair founder and now
chairman of the board, who resides
on Miami Beach, said "it is no long-
er just a vision that Food Fair
will reach the billion dollar mark
in annual sales volume. Every
new store we open brings us closer
to that figure. And with expansion
will continue to come new oppor-
tunities for employment in areas
in which we operate more store
personnel, more executives."
Executive vice president Meyer
B. Marcus, of Philadelphia, told
the group that Food Fair's sales
increase last year alone equalled
the gain made in the entire 25 year
period prior to 1945. Said Mr. Mar--
Friedland, director of store opera-
tions, presented ten-year service
pins to Martin Marrich and Neil*.
Dalrymple, and five-year pins to
Max Handshu, I'. Messina, Thomas
Hanlon. V. Montesano, R, H. Truitt,
0 ear Shostak and Harold Parker.
Frank Catterson, director of em-
ployee and public relations, aftted
as master of ceremonies.
.
luncheon, Cord Party Due
On Wednesday noon, June 1.
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will
have a luncheon and card party
at the Coral Gables Women's Club,
Mrs. Herman Goldstein is chair-
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FRIDAY
Offices Closed Friday
Offices of The Jewick -.
will be closed ail ^'1^
27. .noWn,,(,0fysh^
Sand M f.varit. r.cip. to Tha Jewish Fferidi.n. topathar wi
your n.ma .nd addra... I* r- h-v. a recent ^^'^' **V"?
includa it with your .ntry. Should T^rj"| ^iitit^aebanT-'
you will bo printed with cepy of "Tha Beak ef Jewt* *****
Cant.inin, 500 koshar ratio*, .nd Foreword on tho principle, of
cookery.
Shaker Choo Souffle I 2 tblsp flour
<4 tsp salt
This recipe was a favorite with j clip shredded Cheddar type
the Shaker* of Ohio, especially cbeesc, sharp kind
| those who Iwlieved in a meatless' Me|( (nc butter over iow heat
idiet Bggl and cheese were "lied and b,end h ,he f,our by sirring
I -white meat" during the Middle tjl) jt ^g^g to turn co|or. Stir in
lAges in such parts of Europe |hp mj|k Kra | where game and meat was the ex and ^redded cheese and continue
clu-i\e prerogative of kings and stirnnE (ln we>| blended. Beat egg
'nobles In fact, a hunter who dared ^^ anJ stir in evenly Remove
ahopf a rabbit in the Kins s forest {rom nea( when coo, fo,d in ^at-
was often punished by having his fn egg whites and turn into a but-
ears chopped off. When cheese ((Ted baki=g dish or casserole. Set
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr. spiritual leader of the North Shore
"ewah Center, is shown pinning the Ner Tamid Medal on
LcwTence Weiner. Presentation of the award will be made at
c special Boy Scout service Friday evening, with members
of all Scout Troops in the area participating. Lawrence is a
member of Troop 321. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Werner. 8021 Abbott ave.
making became a thriving industry
j throughout Europe, people did not
1 feel deprived if they had to sub-
sist on cheese. They developed a
large variety of "ripened" cheeses
I famous to this day everywhere.
I But here's the recipe for a very
' easy-to-make Cheese Souffle:
2 tblsp butter
1 cup milk
A dash of white pepper
3 eggs, separated
this into a pan of hot water and
bake 35 minutes at 325 deg F. or
till set.
Yjr.ai.on: Bake a i/.e pastry' till
very light brown at the edges. Use
a deeper pie pan or a shallow cas-
serole for this. Turn the cheese
mixture into that and bake as in
Basic Recipe. Sprinkle top with
more shredded cheese and paprika.
Serve hot.
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fOff/NU JWV POST COMMANDS IS FOUMDIK
Medicinal Project Saves Money for Veteran and Uncle Sam
i Jewivh
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c
I Sam monev. at the sa-ne
Aid to vetet the
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Founder rf the pmiect is
Gordon ..f 4TS0 Pmetree
dr.. f mander of Miami
Bead spiratJoa
I en hi- wife. Lee. past pre-
.dent of the I' -: \..\uiary and
. irrent chairman of the medi-
c;r.al project
Vetenas with non-service con
1 labilities, who can not
afford to pay for drugs and
other pharmaceutical items, are
:e to apply to the Post for
nee If approved, the vet-
eran, who receives treatment at
Pratt General Hospital for Vet-
m Coral Gable*, is Jivcn a
proscription which will be filled
at Miami Beach Pharm-
ac>. 5ol Washington ave
Jack Davis, pharmacy opera-
I r upp.es the drugs and medi-
cine- at cost, which is then tak-
en care of by the Miami Beach
JWV Pool The entire project hu-
been approved b> Dr. Harold r*.
Machlan. general manager of the
VA hospital, and Mrs. F D. Clark,
chief of service-- there, accord-
ing to Abe Gorod. Miami Beach
Post hospital and service offi-
cer.
Gorod said that the project
saves the hospital some twenty^
dollar- a day per veteran patient
Principle non-service connected
disabilities are diabetes and
arthritis, and insulin and corti-
sone are a large part of the phar-
maceutical order
The Post spends some $100
each month to assist veterans, ac-
cording to Harry Cohen, recent-
ly elected commander The proj
ect receives the cooperation of
Po-t- and Auxiliaries throughout
the State of Florida. Ladies' Aux-
iliary' participation is mobilized
by Mrs Tessie Solomon, of Coral
Gables Post and president of
Florida State Auxiliaries of the
Jewish War Veterans.
Storch Unveiling
The dedication of a memorial to j
the memory of the late Evelyn
Storch. formerly of 727 Jefferson
j ave.. Miami Beach, will take place ,
Sunday. May 29. 2 p.m at Star of
i David Memorial Park, with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating Mrs. I
Storch is survived by her hus-
band. Murray, and a brother and
si-ter in New York. Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
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Guest speaker at the final meeting of the season in Beth David
Synagogue far Mount Scopus Group of Hcdassah was Dan
Cravitt. president of the Coral Gable* ZOA center;. Looking
on are (left) Mrs. Manuel Burst sin. president of Mt. Scopus
group; Mrs. Esther Singer, trustee of IsraeL
Men's Club Hmmts Jacobs** Ft Third Cnasectlhre Term
Moe Atkins. Phil A brains. Murray
Baum. Louie Bandel. Sam Badanes.
Ted Bramson. Abe Cohen. Michael
Covin. Herbert Frame. Judge Mil-
tea Fnedman. Mas Handsaw, Dick
Herold. Maurice flyman
Sidney Kaplan. Sidney Lefcourt.
Samuel Ostrowsky. Morton Perry.
Robert Pu risen. Louis Rosenson.
Edward Rothbart. Edward Safer.
ef direc: jrs. .ncreased | fred Sandier. Herbert E Scber.
Iran 17 to 25 members, inclodes I Gas Shaw and Jules Weiss
Beth David iaen s Crab has
c "ected Max Jacobaon president for
Ml third consecutive year.
Serving with Jacobaon will be
Mitchell Shape, first rice presi-
dent: Charles Z. Spingarn. second
vice president: Nathan Gaines. sec-
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ky, MAY 27. 19SS
;. Cypen Again
ids Sisterhood
Irving Cypen has been re-
|d president of the Sisterhood
Iniple Emanu-EI.
leduled to be installed with
K'ypen at the Fontainebleau
Ijune 5, when the Temple will
| a joint installation dinner
I of its sisterhood. Men's Club
?.T.A., are the following:
orary president, Mrs. Morris
bin: honorary vice president,
fining Lehrman; vice presi-
Mesdames Jules Channing,
Ian Giller, Sherman Kaplan
Jerman Mechlowitz; treasurer,
William Rubenstein; record-
cretary, Mrs. Simon E. Ru-
Tfinancial secretaries, Mes-
Julius J. Perlmutter and
I Wiesen: corresponding sec-
s. Mesdames Max Bauer and
Brick; auditor, Mrs. Harry
i; social secretary, Mrs. Ro-
t'eitz; chaplain, Mrs. Joseph
n.
presidents advisory commit-
ilcsdames Jack Falk, Isidore
kan. Harry G. Rogers, Joseph
hse, Morris S. Rubin and Ira
llscy.
Ird of directors consists of
lines Joseph Abelow, Arthur
lib.ium. Benjamin I. Binder,
Boderman, Henry Cove, Ray-
Feiner, George Feuer, Sam-
hedland, Charles Pruchtman,
Ice Gans, Saul Genet, Harry
en, Samuel Ginsberg, Ben
Cinsburg, Jacob Glassman,
le Goldberg, Jerome Good-
Lillian Goodman, Benjamin
ni Samuel J. Halperin, Nat
fcff. Theodore Hankoff, Henry
Ian. Anna Wolfe Hirshman,
Ian Jacobs, Joseph Kanter,
|r Koretzky, David Levinson.
dames Joseph Lipton, Sam
lipton, Louis E. Lubin, Samuel
L Milton Malter, Morris Med-
Ibraham Mindes, Philip Neu-
\ Albert Ossip, Louis Pollack,
Protzel, Charles Rosengar
i. A. Rothstein, Raymond Ru-
^larry Seligman, Jack silver-
jo' Chairman of Board
Wolfson has been appoint
b.urman of the board Of di-
li of Agudath Israel Hebrew
full'. Isaac S. Smith, president,
jnced Wednesday.
Ilson, of 1905 Calais dr., is
Ident of the St. Louis Club of
lei" Miami.
+Jewlst>rhrMlati
PAGE 7B
Mrs. Irving Cypen
man, Milton Sirkin, Milton Smith.
Alfred Stone, Alex Sussman,
George Talianoff, Bertram Thorpe,
Sidney Teller, Irwin Weinstein,
Benjamin B. Wolff and Raphael
Yunes.
AZA Installs
17 Members
Hurricane Chapter of Aleph Za-
dik Aleph formally initiated 171
new members at a regular meeting |
of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
Lodge in Hillel House last week.
The chapter's B'nai B'rith rela-
tions chairman, who arranged the
program, is Bob Levitt. George
Lefcoe, chief installing officer, was
assisted in administering the First
Degree Ritual by Al Capp, chap-
ter vice president, and Douglas
Schwartz, chapter pledgemaster.
Theme of the initiation was
B'nai B'rith, BBYO and the Ameri-
can Jewish Tercentenary.
Installed as members of AZA
were Charles Kamen, Shelby
Freedland, Leonard Nabatovsky,
Lewis Berman (of Miami Senior
High), Richard Beiley, Aaron Leib-
owitz, Howard Kane, Howard Lev-
inson, Ellis Hirsch, Michael Was-
serman, David Sarby, Ronald Kal-
er. Mark Schuldiner, Richard
Cromer, Jeff Herman, Howard
Zinner (of Shenadoah Junior
High), and Arnold Levy (of Coral
Gables Senior High).
Honor Student Gets
4-Year Scholarship
To Univ. of Miami
Jay Scdlik has been awarded a
four-year scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami, according to an
announcement this week. The June
honor graduate of Miami Senior
High School is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sedlik, 221 SW 48th
ave.
Scholarship is being presented
by the Wolfson-Mcyer Foundation
for charitable and educational pur-
poses. The award follows on the
heels of a two-year scholarship to '
the university recently granted!
Sedlik by the Civitans for his essay
submitted in a statewide contest.
"The Privileges and Duties of a i
Citizens."
Sedlik. who intends to major in i
television and journalism, at the \
U of M, has relinquished the Civi-
tan scholarship in favor of the
Wolfson-Meyer award. The two-
year scholarship is scheduled to
be awarded another honor student
here.
At Miami Senior High School,
Sedlik is sports editor of the Miami
High Times and the year book,
Miahi. He was treasurer of Allied
Youth and a member of the Stu-
dent t'otmcil. Wheel Club, Future
writers, Quill and Scroll, orches-
tra council and business manager
and staff -member of "Silhouette."
He was also a member of National
Honor Society, an official Miahi
photographer and played clarinet
in the high school's band and or-
chestra.
Currently, Sedlik is assistant to
WTVJ's sports announcer Jack
Cummins.
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Greater Miami Marks Shavuoth at Services
Shavuoth. the Festival of the Weeks, was scheduled to be u^h.red cantata. "At the PoM "f Horeb.
in at sen ice- in synagogues and centers Thur evening thTOOgboul .irrangid by the K.ibbi
Symbolic of the Book of Ruth."
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.
Greater Miami Marking the appearanc of the first fruit- of tin- HUB-
mer season. Shavuoth also recalls the giving of the Law to Moaei on
Mount Sinai just seven weeks after PUMW and the exodu~ from
Egyptian bondage.
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will -
hold Friday awnuag Shavuoth
services at 8:30 Rabbi Arie Becker
will preach on the topic: "The
Glorious Drama of Divine Revela-
tion." Friday evening services are
at 6:45. Saturday morning service-
will be at 8:30. with Rev. Mbaaa
Zynger chanting the musical por-
tions of the liturgy Yizkor will be
at 10 30 a.m. Rabbi Becker will
Candlelighting Time
SIVAN 6 6:42 P.M.
Becker, Mr-
formed by -tudents of the religi
ou- school To be awarded certifi
cauS*r completion of their adult
$tufl# are Mrs.
If
W
Mrs. B. I.evine. S Levine and Mrs
J Strunin. Subject of Rabbi Spar
er's discourse is: "The Source of
life Saturday morning senici-
are at 9 a.m.. followed by Yizkor.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8 15 p m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
preach the concluding sermon for
Istein. Mr- H. Gordon. Mr. the present synagogue year. Sub-
Hamlin. H KraviU. Mr. and ject is: "A Year in Retrospect-
Saturday morning services are at
11. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Raskin, will become Bar
Mitzvah.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
mark the first day of Shavuoth
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION with services Friday morning at
oi-cus- The Faculty of Mem Moral law" will be li ill mark the first day of Shavuoth 8:45. Guest Rabbi Henry B. Wer-
cry Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz Twenty- W||n M.m(.,,. Friday morning at nick will officiate, assisted by Can-
-i\ women and 9 men will receive
BETH EMETH CONGREGA- Adult Jewish Education certifi- Giving of the Torah.- Eve- sen-ices are at 8:15. Oneg Shabbat
Arnold Grant <5h.
&". .Lynn"' J^H
^ren Wolfson Z Sch?i
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MIAMI HEBREW Wu.
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nl will preach on the SU*
ans Part ,n judajsm,c
morning service- are at ,
Torah and it, Im, jL*
the topic of the ei $
Berele Kelemer w?J
musical portion- 0f ,h.T'
Yizkor is at 10:30
a.m.
TION will hold Shavuoth smicc '-<<<- i'-c-cnted by Mr- Matilda H
Friday evening at 7:30. Saturday Ratner and Harold Thurman. of
morning sendee* are at 10 Her 'he Bureau of Jewi-h Edu
bert Buchwald will officiate and Fifteen teen ager- Vi
Rabbi Akiva chill will dis- tor Maurice Mamches. Evening Michiqan Grodnnt.
At Julliard School of
M:-- Connie
i v of Shavuoth "
Emunoh certificate- irom Abra
ham Maloff and N ,t Davidow,
president and chairman of the
board of Zamora Mr- Sam Alt-
man, chairman of the Adult Jewish
Education group, will present a
scroll to Rabbi Hurwitz Saturday
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Shavuoth -er\ice-
Friday morning at 9. Evening
service* will be at 8:15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Henrj Okolica di-cu--ing:
We Confirm Our Faith" Cantor mornir. -ervice- are at 8 30 Bas
Maurice Neu will render the mu.-i- Mitzvah and confirmation certifi-
cal portions of the liturgy Satur- ca,("- w'" ** distributed.
are at 9. Yiz-
kor will be at 10 a m MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE- Standing at Mount Sinai."
. GATION will hold service- Friday
830
(li-
ning service- are at 6:30 Satur- will follow. Floral offering will
day morning nrvieu will be at be by Mr. and Mrs Irwm Cutler
8 30. with the -ermon scheduled in Memory of David Wernicoff tion" in pi'an'
Great Things to Remember Junior senices Will be Friday and
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren- Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
der the musical portions of the |
liturgy Class in Talmud is at 5:45 ; WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Jackson wji),
1 and take t
'ions for ent ranee at,
School of Music in New Yekj
week. The recent mduMTf
Daily -ervice- will be at 7JO|willliM'Fr^~mur^li^\tilu*ul^r's^fS
olh serv ices at 9. EveninR services j
The daughter oi Kt
I are at 830 Rabbi Alfred Waxman ; Louis Jackson. 3390 AJtoi h\
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN- will officiate and di-cus- "Our plans to spend the sumnwj
TER will hold Friday morning Future Center choir will render tion at home on Miami BeajJ
services at 8 45 Rabbi Mayer Ab- .th<" musical portions of the liturgy lii a former Miami BeacM
ramowitz will preach on the topic: j To be confirmed are Steve Fogel,!School graduate.
Late 1
Shavuoth senices Friday morning mining at 9 a.m.. festival
at 9 Rabbi Alexander Gross will
..eh on the topic "Reaching the
Height- of Sinai Evening senice-
. re at 6:30 Saturday morning
services are at 9 Rabbi Gross will
discuss: The Mew age of the Book
1 Ruth Yizkor will be at 10
a m.
raotil will be marked Yizkor me-
morial -enices follow at 10:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 6 p m.
j Friday evening service- are at 8
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold v*hg at 6:30 p.m. Saturday i p.m.. and will be the last of the
season. Members of I'nited Syna-
gogue Youth will participate
These include Stuart Fabric. Rob-;
erta Goldberg. Susan Levy. Jean-
nette Loeb. Marshall Deutsch. Car-!
ol Miller. Buddy Sirkin. Mike Sch
neider and Herman Hohauser Sub- '
ject of the sermon is: "Who Shall !
Direct Our Youth." Saturday morn-
ing senices are at 8:45 Rabbi ,
Abramowitz will discuss: "The |
Fragrance That Lingers." Yizkor;
is at 10:15. Cantor Edward Klein
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Fridav morning senices for the
fir-t das of Shavuoth at 9 Eve-
ning senices will be at 7 Second
j day of Shavuoth. Saturday morn-
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE- in8 services will begin at 9 Yizkor
GATION will hold Shavuoth sen- memorial 1- scheduled for 10:30.
r ndav morning at 830. Rab-' RaDbl 'rv">g Lehrman will preach
li Jonah Caplan will preach on ^'rmon- both days. Cantor Philip
the topic: "Torah Equalizer of
Humankind." Evening senices are
; t 6:30 Saturdav morning senices
will be at 8 30. with the sermon
scheduled as "Land or be Led "
Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate
Yizkor memorial senices are at
Brumnur will render the musical
portions of the liturgy

B 1 1 H ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Shavuoth senices
Friday morning at 9 a.m. Evening
services will commence at 7. Satur-
10:45 a m Mincha will be at 45' day morning senices are at 9.
1 m Yizkor memorial will follow at 10.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
v.ill hold Fridav evening Shavuoth S'E CENTER will hold Shavuoth
>enice- at 8:30 p.m. Senices will senices Friday morning at 9 a.m..
be dedicated to the confirmation of with Rabbi Abraham Herson offi-
17 boy and girls. Rabbi David ciating and preaching on the topic:
Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor God's Voice Through His Peo-
ph Malek and the choir un P|e'" Evening senices are at 8:30
der the direction of Rev. Morde- j Pm wnen the sermon topic will
Kaplan. president, and Dr. Cle- vuoth." Cantor Albert Glantz will
ment Geronemus. chairman of the render the musical portions of the
religious school board, will pre- liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will follow,
sent certificates and Prayer Books. Saturday morning senices are at 9.
Saturday morning -enices are at Yizkor memorial will be at 10:30
9 am Yizkor memorial follows at a m Rjbbl Herson will disease
10:30 a m. Rabbi Shapiro will dis- Eternal Spirit of Sinai."
eaaa: Meaning of Yizkor." Daily
morning senices are at 9.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Shavuoth senices Friday
morning at 8:30 a.m. Evening sen-
ices are at 8:15 p.m. "Life and the
TORAH TEMPLE will hold Sha-
vuoth services beginning Friday-
morning at 9 a.m. Evening serv-
ices will be at 6 45 p.m. Saturday-
morning senices are at 9 am Yiz-
kor will be at 10 a.m. Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel will officiate. A guest
cantor will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday morning Shavuoth
services at 10:45. Yizkor will also
be said at that time Evening
services are at 8:15. Saturday
morning senices will be at 10:45.
Jules L. son of, Mr and Mrs. Syd-
ney J Greenberg. and Stanley H..
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ining Green-
berg. will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate.
with Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren-
dering the musical portions of the
liturgy.

ANSHE E M E S CONGREGA-
TION will hold Shavuoth senices
Friday morning at 9 a.m Evening
services are at 6:30 Saturday
morning services will be at 9, foi
J lowed by Yizkor at 10:30 Joseph
Abramson will officiate.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
! JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
morning Shavuoth services at 10.
Evening services will be at 7:30
p.m.. with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer
officiating. Featured will be a
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday morning Shavuoth services
at 9. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate
and discuss: "Torah is Life Eve-
ning services are at 6:30. Saturdav
morning services are at 9. with
Yizkor following at 10. Subject of
the sermon will be: "Matter of
Life and Death Mincha is at 6:30
p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Fridav morning Shavuoth senices
at 8:30 Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will, officiate and preach the ser-
mon Cantor Samuel Salkow will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Evening services are at
6:45. Saturdav morning senices
will be at 8:30. Rabbi Malavskv
will discuss: "Let Is Remember "
Yizkor is at 10:15.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday morning
services at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsltv will officiate and dis-
cuss: "Bible in Theory and Prac-
tice." Mincha is at 6 p.m. Satur-
day morning senices will be at 8.
Rabbi Rackovskv will preach on:
"Message from the Souls Yizkor
is at 10:30. Mincha will be at 5:30.
Daily senices are at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m Class in Talmud is
held Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday morning senices at
8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirskv
will discuss: inviting the North
Wind." Evening senices are at
6:30. Saturday morning sen-ices
will be at 8:30 Yizkor memorial
follows at 10:15 Rabbi Swirsky
will preach on the topic: "If the
Dead Came Back Gerald, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolf, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during the Sab-
bath senice Cantor Fishel Lut-
man will render the musical por
tions of the liturgy

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday morn
ing Shavuoth senices at 9 Rabbi
Isaac Ever will discuss: "Shavuoth
-Birthday of Israel as a Nation -
Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m.. fol
lowed by Maariv. Saturday morn
ing senices are at 9. with Yizkor
following at 11. Rabbi Ever will
preach on: "Memorial Service
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PAGE 9B
ast of the Seven Weeks and its Significance
HAROLD U. RIBALOW
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the establishment of Is-
>ws everywhere have been
tint! to connect the Jewish
fcith every event of Jewish
fcance. Israel, as fact and as
entranced us all. and we
\\ng to be enveloped in her
embrace. Sometimes, of
it is a stranger who wants
&y the pleasures of Israel;
however, the connection be-
(Israel and the event is an
lone.
(Jewish holiday of Shavuot,
! Feast of Weeks, enjoys an
lationship with Israel. Jew-
lorians, anthropologists and
fians frequently call Shav-
pinor holiday, a comparative
jmificant festival, and yet
(knowledge that Shavuot is
ban most, a holiday deeply
^manently involved with the
of Israel and Jewish peo-
Ihould be understood, of
that the Jewish festivals
\\ simply commemorations,
festivals (of which Passover
kccot are the others) are a
Ee expression of the Jew's
Imcnt with his Judaism. The
It ion of the "season" is only
Tof the reason for the holi-
|ni the seasonal significance
[led with the historical one.
^cont years, modern Jewish
like Theodor H. Garter,
ewish psychoanalysts like
Ire Reik, have made an ef-
1 understand and explain the
holidays in terms of mod-
It hropology and psychology.
Studies are illuminating, ev-
en controversial and shock-
|ut they stressand this is
ant for the modern Jews
sks to connect himself with
|gly primitive functions
jch holiday has meanings on
levels of human experience,
lews today, modern, ques-
and groping, can find much
ry holiday, for themselves
ir children.
holiday of Shavuot is espe-
remarkable for what it
us about the Jewish pec-
the manner in which they
te what is, on the surface,
r festival. It is the holiday
first fruits and it is the
marking the giving "of the
the Jewish people, for the
and the Law-giving coin-
time. In a deep sense, then,
stival celebrates the birth
el. It is the anniversary of
on which God and the
people made their Cove-
nant, and the Ten Commandments,
or the Law, was first revealed to
the Jews.
iThis, as Dr. Gaster nas pointed
out with eloquence, indicates a
sensitive collaboration between
God and His people. The agricul-
tural collaboration is the one more
readily understood, for Shavuot is
harvest time, and in the State of
Israel today, with the land being
constantly cultivated, there is little
that is more significant than har-
vesting. But there are philosophic
concepts involved with Shavuot,
which celebrates the end of the
harvest.
First, it is acknowledged that
that land which lies fallow and is
not worked cannot grow rich. The
land belongs to those who make it
live. Yet the labors of man are
not enough; the elements of rain
and sunshine, the God-given ele-
ments, are necessary. Here, too,
there is collaboration between God
and man. They are, moreover, not
master and servant, as Dr. Gaster
points out, but "partners in a joint
enterprise of continuous creation."
This link between the spirit and
nature, between God and man is
typical of the Jewish concept of
religion. And so giving of the
first fruits, too, is a sign that the
Jew dedicates the best portion of
his work to the God who has been
responsible for his success.
The chain between nature and
God is strengthened when it is
stressed that the giving of the Law
on Mount Sinai and the giving of
the first fruits are part of a single
pattern. The giving of the Laws is
important; but so is its acceptance
by the Jewish people. The harvest
is renewed from year to year and
so is the Jewish experience of Si-
nai, when the Covenant between
God and the Jews was first made
and is reaffirmed annually.
It has been stated by the Jewish
sages that while only a compara-
tive handful of Jews were at Mount
Sinai to receive the law, all Jewry,
of all ages, were represented there,
and thus the Covenant was con-
cluded with the entire people of
Israel, for all time. It is, there-
fore, accurate to state that Shav-
uot does more than recollect a
past event; it is an annual rededi-
cation and reaffirmation with the
Jewish faith in God.
That, too, is why the story of
Ruth, considered by many literary
critics to be the finest short story
ever written, is read on the holi-
day of Shavuot It is, first, a tale
that uses the end of the harvest
as a backdrop for its plot. And
Self-portrait of Frederick Sol-
omon, rabbi and artist, some
of whose paintings are repro-
duced in the new Art Calen-
dar issued by the National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods for 5716, which will be-
gin at sundown, Sept. 16.
Jerusalem, to mark the festival.
The harvest is the harvest in the
sacred land of Israel. And the Law-
giving is the Law which has kept
the Jewish people intact and for-
ever developing. Thus it can easily
be seen that Shavuot has been in-
extricably bound up with Israel
and with Judaism, even when the
State of Tsrael lay dormant
through centuries. Today, as Is-
rael flourishes, and harvests once
more ere joyous events to the Is-
raelis, Shavuot takes its place in
the Jewish calendar, not as a minor
event, but a major one. It is a com-
memoration which marks a high
point in the land of revived Israel,
and reaffirms the bonds which con-
nect Jews all over the world.
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second, it focuses on a woman who
is a pagan, but who finally embrac-
es Judaism and who, in time, is
related to King David. The story
of Ruth, in brief, blends with the
ingathering of the harvest and with
the acceptance of the Law. It is a
beautiful story, and yet it is more
than a mere narrative; it carries
overtones of the Jewish faith and
is bound up with Jewish history,
religious as well as political.
Shavuot, like Passover and Sue-
cot, is a pilgrim feast, which means
that Jews traveled to Israel, to
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PAGE 11 B
MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
r,t-t NAME LAW
K is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ii-ii4ii.il, desiring tn engage In
under the fictitloua nuino of
RADIO & TELEVISION'
Ivy. at 7317 S.W. Nth St..
[in register said name with the
Lf iha circuit Court, of Uade
I l-WWii."
trice MEIMAN, Sole Owner
; ni-xiir*-" iiw;
for Applicant
Tal Wu
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ii: IS HEREHV OWEN that
.1. deidrlng to engage in
under the fictitious name of
.1 ewe i, COURT, at 8476
It Ave.. Miami* Intend to reg-
liil name with the Clerk of the
ourt of bade county, Florida,
I I'.EIiEHICK MU.I.KH and
THERESA MILLER
iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
~i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
rslffned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
MARKET, at 2221 S.W. 2Uh
[it.-inl io reglHter said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
I 'ill I.I P & ROSE CANTOR
llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
;i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
(reigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
KALES, at 2417 N. Miami
intends to register said name
Clerk of the circuit Court
. County, Florida.
IlioN LE BOYER, Sole Owner
llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
" NAME LAW
fK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Iralgned, desiring to engage In
k under the fictitious name of
KTIIDAY SHOP, at 6047 S.W.
Intend to register said name
r clerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
HENRY DUOAN
MILDRED A. DITGAN
Fit 6 OARS
)s for Aiipllcants
Plagler St.
6/3
llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
f'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
trsigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
SHARON ANN BEAUTY
at 18627 N.W. 7th Ave..
illanii. Kla.. intend to .register
line with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County, Ftor-
llA R. SPRINGER
I.MAN II. SPRINGER, Owners
V'E N. UAKl!
for Applicants
gscayne Bldg.
- tit
!E UNDER FICflTIOOS
NAME LAW
"F. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In >uiied. desiring to engage In
V- under the fictitious name of
iol.EKO BAR. at 1321 North
lAv,-. intends to register said
Yiih (110 Clerk of I h.- Circuit
pi Bade Ooiiirrjr. Worlds.
J.RERT Lll'SCHL'TZ. Owner
PR & GARS
.- for Applicant
_ Flagler St.
|27 /3
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1' i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
t rsigiied, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
M \\ s Hotel, at 4041 Col-
inn'. Miami Beach. Florida.
io register said name with
?rk of the Circuit Court of
fcunty, Florida.
fWALDMAN REALTY CORP.,
A Florid......|.oration
SII.VER8TEIN
In for Applicant
I. In Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
? 27 6/3
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
"?A. IN AND FOR DADE
,Y. IN CHANCERY. No. 17M83
.ES MA LI Nit!. Plaintiff
El" E MAI.INE, Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
RNET E. MAMNE
llussa Street
idi n. New Jersey
ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
I ropy of your answer to the Bill
ll'l.unt for Divorce In the above
on the I'lalntlff s attorneys, and
' original in the Office of the
the Circuit Court, on or before
In day of May, is:,;,, otherwise
III of Complaint for Divorce will
i as confessed by you.
Ii day of April, IKS.
E B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
I'Y W.M \v STOCK1NO
Deputy Clerk
HKIMAN & KAPLAN
for Plaintiff
'M Ruilding, Miami 32. Florida
'-13-20
[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
?ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
L No. M741-B
JM VTE OF
iXARD c. FRIEDMAN, a/k/a
K.'- '' FRIEDMAN, Deceased
fJlCE OF INTENTION TO
IAKE APPLICATION FOR
I FINAL DISCHARGE
[ F. l herebS- given thai I have
fjy final report and petition for
ll'iM-harge as Administratrix of
I KRNARD C. F'RIED-
f I ii I:i:K\IE C FRIEDMAN.
P'<_ and that on the 15th day of
l1,'" will apply to the Honor-
f'l.WK II. DOWI.INU. County
"f Dad.- County, Florida, for
' f wild final report and for
iiM-harg* Admlnlslratrlx of
'"; of BERNARD C. HUBD-
' BBRNIB C. FRIED-
neceasea.
'th day of May. 1S.15.
{< W'E FRIEDMAN,
AdmlnUtratrtll of the
r-state of
.^KRNARD C. FRIEDMAN.
IK C. FRIEDMAN.
lOi.- i ... Deceased
Lev- ;' TAUUNOW
fa.. ii"u Artn>lnlstrairlx
*,ln ""ad. Miami Beach, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOT,,,, ^^RB-bTgIVEN ,,,
the undersigned, desiring to enme In
BABAD bpa'rV? ."'""''" SSS o"
,v ,-\" M AHKI.IMi KEI.TZKR CO
SAMn-.l. Al.TMAN .....|
MYERS. hE&S^WJ
. -\l'V"7", ,'",'' Al'l'llcants
6.0 Beybold I:1.1k.
I 141 10-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
* NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. .Icsirln* to engage in
knmSVv^i&Jite fi"l,i""- name of
Ml ItRAY SHIELDS CO (Not Inc 1
at .-'MI S.W ,!, Terra.,.. i,..,lsC to
register said name with the Clerk of
;< Clr. ull con,, of Dade County,
Florida.
.-/13-20-27 6",mtAV 8HAPm
.... il9TICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179557
JOHN UREGO, Plaintiff.
Vs.
RUSE GREOO. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE GREOO
In Hawthorne Street
Brooklyn, New York
You. ROSE GREGO. are herein- not-
ified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOF, 667
Olympia Building, Miami, Fla.. and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 21st day
of June. 1955. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
agulnst you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th day of May, A.D.
1955.
E B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. F'lorida
By WM. W. STOCK1NO.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
".'20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN thai
Mi, undersigned, desiring Io engage In
'' "" -s HI.....i the Hi ii.ion.- name of
SAFARI CREATIONS, at 1(07 Con-
gress ISulldlng. Intends to register said
name with th.- Clerk ** Hie Circuit
( ourl of Dade I tountj. Florida.
BAPAR1, INc
By: Richard ili'K President
... ,.,.Z"KN'A WCM! Secretary
Kl RT WKI.i.isih Attorney
1411 Congress Building. Miami. Fla.
S/J7 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Al.HAMHRA- S1NDRIES, at 12105
VW. 7th Avenue, North Miami, In-
leiul Io register sai.l name with the
Clark or the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IIAItRY WEISER
JENNIE WEIHER
....... HERISERT WEISER
NADI.ER & TINH'K
Attorneys for Applicants
ti- Blscayne Hidg.
.'.'27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN FREIGHT FORWARD-
ING company,- ai 1630 N.W. 20th
Street, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
STANLEY G MILLER
5/JO-J7 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
sruTi.Ess LAUNDRY "Wee Wash
Ii" oi You Wash It. at rail E. Ninth
Street, Hlalenh, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Counn.
Florida
K.A.A.I'.. INC., Florida corporation
FREDERICK N. BARAD, BBQ.
Attorney for B.A.A.P., inc.
5/6-13-L'" .'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iimler the fictitious name of
HOWELL G. EASE INSURANCE
AGENCY, al IM0 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend Io
register said name with the Ck
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HOWELL G KASB50%
JACK KRAl'SE50'.'.
5, 13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179503
MOLLY AI'I'EL, Plaintiff.
vs.
JOSEPH APPEL, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOSEPH APPEL
214 ROM Street
Brooklyn, N.Y.. NY.
You. JOSEPH APPF:L. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and yoifare required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of ciupiaini on. the plaintiff's
Attorneys. GOLDMAN & GOLD-
STEIN. 23":i w.-si Fiaaier Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day of June, 19(5. lf
you fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall lw published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLDRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of May. A.D.
IMS,
F:. I! I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade Colinly, Florida
By w.M. w. STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2303 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
5/10-11 6/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 179657
II P. II. PEDERSON. Plaintiff,
ARoN Kl'RT BTEINBACH, et als..
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ARON KURT STEIN IIACH, a
single man. who also may be
known as K.NOTT BTEINBACH,
a single man, and If married.
BTEINBACH, his wife,
ami if deceased, Ills Heirs. Kx-
ecutors. Legal Representatives
and Administrators, Grantees.
Creditors. Personal Representa-
tives. Assignees and Trustees, or
other Parties claiming by.
through, under or against any of
the above named Defendants, and
all Parties having or claiming to
have any right, lltle or Interest
in and to the property herein-
above described. Residences ana
addresses unknown.
You an- hereby notified that a suit
has been filed In the above styled
Court for the purpose of Quiet Title
to the lan.l described as follows:
Lot* H.7 and 66, lllock B .
CORAL TERRACE. SECTION
#1. AMENDED, according In the
Plat thereof, as recorded In Mat
Book H, at Page 57, Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida
formerly described as lot s 6.. a ml
66, of Block I: oi MJAM LIT-
TLE FARMS, a subdivision ol
part of the South Half of the
South Half of Section ".Town-
ship ".4 South. Range 40 East,
according to the Plat thereof.
recorded l Plat Book 7. Page 6.
of the Public Records of Dade
COuaty, Florida,
and vou are hereby required to file
v..u. defense of pleadings to th Is -u t
With the Clerk of the ircull l ourt.
setting up any right, title Interest or
claim held by >ou, and serve a cop>
thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys oni
t,..f..... the 1.7th day of June, IM*.
otherwise said Complaint will be taken
ttSD1Ved,,^",MUnd,",Flor.d., this 17th
'u'> "f J,'"k 'iV'i.eat.ikrman.
cierk of the Circuit Court
III and For Dade
County, Florida
By: Joan coi RNOl BR,
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN and
ARTHUR D I.E.KEI.MAN
jfiFSF&FmSS*. Miami. FWida
5/20-27 sVJ-10
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 33302-B
RE: ESTATE OK
PAUL S GRUBN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICF: is hereby given that we
love filed our final reis>rt and petition
for Final Discharge as co-adminls-
trators of the estate of PAUL S.
GRUBN, deceased; and that on the
20th day of June, 1H0".. will apply to
the Honorable Frank B. DOWL1NG,
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as co-adminis-
trators of the FIstate of PAUL S.
GRI'EN, deceased.
This 17th day of May, 19:,:..
THE......RE GERMAN
Kl'RT .MENDEL
KURT WEI.1.ISCH
Attorney for co-administrators
1414-17 Congress Building, Miami, Fla.
5/20-27 673-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY, at 2600
Ponce de i..on Blvd., Coral Gables,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
Counly, F'lorida.
ARTIICR .-TORCH
MORTON BBIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
jot Blscayne BUa
.1/20-26 ,:i-io
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179537
ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM F\ HUGHES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM F". HUGHES,
1674 Beach Avenue,
Bronx, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint 1 'or Divurre And
Other Relief has l>een filed against
yuu, and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Com-
plaint F*or Divorce And Other Relief,
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, GENET
GENET, 4^n Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court, *n or before the
20th day of June. IMe, or a Decree
Pro Confcsso will he entered against
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 12th
day of May. IMS
E. I! I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: R. ii. RICE, JR.
i Seal I Deputy Clerk
i ; E.NET & GENET
Attornevs for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
5/20-27 6/3-10
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida, in and for dade
county in Chancery no. 179468
MBLvIN I-:. ASPDEN. Plaintiff,
CLARICE M. ASPDEN, Defendant.
TO: CLARICE M ASPDBJf
1600 Marine Avenue
Manhattan Beach. California
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file tile original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 13th day
of June. A.D., 19."..".: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as confess-
ed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
11th day of May. 195.".. _..
E. B. LEATIIERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By: M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
lm':: Seybold Huilding. Miami. Florida
6il8-20-27 6/3 _________
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.
SEENA sri'.CToR, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SEENA SPECTOR
41-35 4.".th Sir.-.i
Long Island City.
New Yoik. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
iiuii-ed to serve a copy of your Answer
', Pleading to the Bill of ConwUUnt
on the plaintiff s Attorneys, KOVNF.lt
. MANNHEIMER. 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida, and file he
original Answer or Pleading Id the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcul
Court on or before the 11th dw of
lune, 195.1. If YOU fail to do so. Judg-
fes tfwAaaa ins
B8ONECA#ORDERED .1 Miami,
I-loil.la. this I0tb day of May. A.u.
"'" 1! I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Iiade County, Florida.
By R H RUE, JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy ink
5/13-20-27 /
NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEWIS & LEWIS, at 921 DuPont
Building, Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
J. GERALD LEWIS
D. ROBERT LEWIS
S/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
|,iwinf*se unoei ihe fictitious '.....n ol
MURRAY HOMES, at V'i;.i LaGorce
I'live, Miami Reach, Florida, intends
to register said name with ihe- Clerk
of the Circuit Courtupf Dade Fount)
I lot Ida.
-II RRAY BLOOM
SKV.MOUR I! I.IERMAN
Attorney for Murrsv Homes
105 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, la
.7/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nai.....
VARIETY BERVICE station, at
S4N Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida. Intend Io register sain
name with the Clerk of trie Circuit
court of Dade County. Florida.
JESSIE VAItIO and
SALLY GOODMAN. owners
FREDERICK N, BARAD ESQ.
Attorney for Jessie Varlo
and Sally Goodman
:./13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
Statutes Annotated (1941), Wan-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts
wherein A. O. TRANSFER & WARE-
HOU8E CO., INC., a Florida corpora-
lion, by virtue of its warehouse lien,
has in ils possession Ihe following de-
scribed property:
1 REFRIGERATOR AND 1 RANGE
as Ihe properly of DOROTHY JACK-
SON, last known address 5824 Alton
Road. Miami Beach; ami :: ROOMS
MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE as the property of
CHAKI.KS It. RING. 207 1st SI .
Sebrlng. Fla.; and that on the Mth
day of May. 19.7.7. during the legaJ
hours of sale, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 2:00 In the afternoon, al
2049 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida,, the undersigned shall offer for
sale to Ihe highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described property us
the ]u..|.eru of Doroth) Jackson and
Charles II. Ring.
DATEHat Miami. Florida, ttlil I'.tll
day of May, IMS
A O, TRANSFER &
WAREHOUSE CO.. INC.
S/20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179490
FRIEDA LOKOS, Plaintiff.
vs.
RI'SSEI. LOKOS, Defendant
TO: RUSSEL LOKos
Pierponl Hotel
55 IMerpont Street
Brooklyn, NY
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, and Io file the original answer
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the nth day
of June, A.D.. 1955; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed bv you.
I'a ted at Miami, Florida, this the
11th day of May. 195.7.
E H. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida.
By: W.M. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1".':: Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERERY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA TERMINALS and FLOR-
II.A WAREHOUSE TERMINALS, at
One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Haile County. Florida.
LOUIS HELM AN.
as Trustee for F'rnice Bhlrlej
W.-inkle under Trust Agreement
dated March tt. 1946, recorded
in Deed Book 4021, at page 2S1
of the Public Records of Dade
County, l-'loi i.la (one-half inter-
est)
JULIAN I. WEINKLE
(undivided one-half Interest)
Petitioners
MYERS, HE1.MAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners
.7/20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179021
ANNA ARoNSON. Plaintiff.
vs. ,
JOSEPH ARONSON. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH ARONSON
2207 North Salford Street
Philadelphia 31. Pennsylvania
You, JOSEPH ARONSON, are here-
in- notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill" of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorneys. RICHARD MUROFV.
B8Q8 M6 Lincoln Road. Miami
Bench, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in Ihe office of
the clerk ,,f the Circuit Court on or
before the Kh day of June. 19....
ton fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE ANT. ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2th day of April, A.D.
1- B LEATIIERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
llv R. II. RICE, JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
RICHARD Ml'ROFF
Attorneys for Plaintiff
105 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I'.LIZ/.ARD FAN COMPANY, at 242
S W 7th St.. intends to registei said
name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida
M. A. KLASS. owner
.7/27 6/3-10-17_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, lit ISO
I Lincoln Road, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Counly, Florida
DICK SHACK
MITCHELL M. GOLDMAN
.\tt.,t n. I" for Applicant
in, Heybold Bldg.
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .image in
business under the fictitious name ol
GENERAL SERVICES CO. (hot In. I,
S.W. 63rd Court, Miami, Flor-
ida (P. O. BOX IMI, International
Airport. .Miami. Florida), intends to
i said name with Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
MERWIN ROSENBERG
TALLVNOFP. WALLER a
OREENBERG
Attorneys for Applicant
12ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Ha.
-, _'n-y; 6/3-10 ___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE QUEEN, at 13-9" W. DUIe
Highway. N. Miami. Intends to regis-
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NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
President Eisenhower set Mm nation at ease last week when he told
newsmen at his regular press conference that tha Salk vaccine "will,
within a reasonable time, really eliminate polio in this country." He
made it clear that the current suspension of the immunization program
was due to a desire on the part of the scientists and the Government
to be "doubly safe" in the methods of manufacturing the vaccine. .
The global chess game takes on new momentum: No sooner had the
West signed the Paris Agreements, bringing" West Germany into NATO
(the Bonn regime has not yet settled the 900,000 claims made by Jews
involving one billion dollars), than the East quickly created its own
Communist NATO at Warsaw with a Russian General in supreme com-
mand. With each major move made by the Western powers, the
Soviets appear to have made an immediate counter-move. Having
appeased the Austrians with a treaty of independence and having sub-
mitted a memorandum on disarmament to the UN subcommittee In
London, they are now ready to make a deal with Marshal Tito. Says
the New York Times editorially: "All these make the immediate future
uncertain. We hope and we fear, and don't know which emotion is
stronger." The Big Four meeting, tays Eisenhower, should be a test
of Soviet sincerity about reducing East-West tensions. The Jewish
Labor Committee has asked that the U.S. representatives participating
in the Big Four Parley take up the question of the fate of 2,000,000 Jews
behind the Iron Curtain as well as the righ> of Jews in the Soviet Union
to freely communicate with their relatives outside in the free world and
to visit them if thev choose, and the end of slave labor camps. .
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, speaking al the opening session of
the two-day conference of the national executive board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations in New York, made a plea for the
"heightening of the moral level of our age." He cited President Eisen-
hower's recent statement at the dedication exercises of the new Wash
ington Temple, namely, "that in our Judeeo-ChrisHan heritage we must
find the source of our nation's strength and inspiration." ... In a tele-
gram sent to the AOL, New York Attorney General Jacob K. Javits
explained why he had declined to appear before the New York St;ite
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development at a Lake
Placid Club. "As Attorney General." he said, "the State policy against
exclusion of any person from places of public accommodation due to
race, color or creed, is a vital law enforcement obligation to mc, and I
want to do everything I can to see that it is honored not only in letter
but in spirit."
A group of American businessmen will fly to Israel at the end of
the month for the first international conference of Israeli Bi National
Chambers of Commerce The Americans will be joined in Israel by
delegations from Argentina, Australia. Belgium. Canada. England.
France, Holland. Italy, Mexico and South Africa. "The Bible was the
chief food of the Englishmen who planted Western civilization on our
shores," writes Dr. Selig Adler in the current issue of "American
Judaism." He expressed the belief that "it is possible that another
great age of the Bible lies before us." ... In his new book, "Conserva-
tive Judaism: An American Religious Movement," Dr. Marshall Sklarc
declares that "critics of both the Reform and Conservative movements
often fail to realize that these were not an attempt to break with
Judaism, but make it more acceptable to Jews living in contemporary
America."
The UJA has announced that, in commemoration of the Allied
victory in Europe ten years ago, it will honor a select group of military
and civilian figures who in the post-war years helped tens of thousands
of Hitler's victims to survive, recover their health and resume new
lives in Israel, the United States and other democratic countries
ISRAEL
Defense Minister David Ben Gurion has issued a clemency order
for five former Stern group members who had been convicted two
years ago for the bombing of the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv. A
Bergen-Belsen Wood has been planted in the Judean hills as a memorial
to those who succumbed to the inhuman treatment meted out to the
inmates of that concentration camp. Present during the ceremony,
which saw the planting of the first saplings, was Brigadier Glyn Hughes!
who had led the British troops into the camp in the wake of the Nazi
retreat. He and Mrs. Hughes had come to Israel especially to attend the
ceremony. Israel's first sugar factory, now under construction at
Afula, will go into operation at the end of the year. To employ about
2,000 workers, the plant will work in three shifts. Delivering his
annual report to the Tel Aviv Chamber of Commerce, president Abra-
ham Kahana declared that the liberalization of Israel's economy, be-
ginning with the General Zionists' entry into government, was a great
blessing for the country. The Foreign Investors Association in Israel
plans to open its own bank in order to overcome the difficulty in ob-
taining credit. Preliminary returns indicate that Mapai has received
about 60 percent of over 400,000 votes cast in the recent elections to
the Histadrut Eighth National Conference As the election campaign
for the new Knesset gains momentum, the General Zionists report that
in some plants Mapai leaders had threatened General Zionists with loss
of jobs if they voted the G.Z. slate. A modern city, subdivided into
five suburbs, and housing some 50,000 inhabitants, will soon rise on the
ruins of the ancient Philistine city of Ashkelon. thus fulfilling the bibli-
cal prophecy that the children of Israel would possess the Philistine
strongholds.
PEOPLE
Maryland Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, winning $200 on a recent
TV show in which he appeared dressed as Lord Baltimore, announced
to the millions of listeners and viewers that he planned to turn the en-
tire sum over to Hadassah's Youth Aliyah. Prince Mikasa, brother of
the Emperor of Japan, attended the Passover seder at the home of
Israel's Minister to Tokyo. Interested in Judaism and a student of
Hebrew, the prince joined the other guests in reading the Hagaddah in
Hebrew. Chaim Lieberman, the eminent Yiddish writer whose recent
book had blasted Sholem Asch's Christological works, was honored
last week at a dinner arranged by some 25 national organizations in
celebration of his 40 years of distinguished achievements in the field
of letters and public affairs and as a bon voyage for his departure for
an extended visit to Israel.
Dr. Norman Salit, president of the Synagogue Council of America,
is leaving New York City on May 31 on a mission to Norway, Sweden.
Denmark and the Netherlands. The purpose of his mission is to pre
sent scrolls to their Majesties. King Frederick IX and the Queen of
Denmark, King Haakon VII of Norway, King Gustav Adolph VI of
Sweden and Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands
expressing the gratitude of the entire American Jewish community to
the monarchs, the governments and the peoples of these countries for
the humanitarian acts of hospitality in behalf of Jewish victims of
Nazism during World War II and for their hospitality to these Jewish
people thereafter.
Milton Kahn, Frank L. Well and imon E. Sobeloff have been
elected to the board of trustees of Brandies University. Darius
Milhaud, composer of the opera "David Ha-Melech," will receive an
honorary Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree from the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion at the commencement exercises
in New York on June 7.
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leudsUEIcndGkw )LUME 29—Number 21 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS \LKS ON NEAR EAST TENSION GRIND TO HALT hree Israel Officers Killed In Border Clash As Tension Mounts :RE TARY OF STATE DULLES ENTHUSIASTIC Residential Executive Order Clears the Way for Releasing 'Hard-Bitten' Haii Criminals WASHINGTON—War criminals, including Gestapo and SS men, dibble for wholesale pardon and release by German authorities result of a Presidential Executive Order issued here on the tenth iversary of Germany's defeat. Widespread clemency had already been applied by the United |t' -. Only a few hundred of the worst offenders are still jailed. they are the beneficiaries of the new order. (Jen. Lucius D. Clay, when commander of U.S. forces in Europe. ^cri'ied these criminals as "thc.$ hard-bitten fanatics of Naz1 TEL AVIV (JTA>—Tentative talk of easing tensions along the Israel-Egyptian border at the Gaza strip ground to a halt this week in a series of incidents which began with Egyptian mining of an Israel patrol car. Three Israel officers were killed and two wounded in the mining in the Kissufim area, the same region where still another patrol had dismantled a mine on the morning of the fatal incident. The developments in both areas—military action and political talks—were rapid. Israel reprsenta| tives refused to attend a meeting scheduled by Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns for talks with Egyptian military representatives on methods of easing tension along the border. Then the Israel Army carried out a retaliatory raid on an Egyptian post in the area. The raid, which was officially announced by an Army spokesman here, was a reply to the mining. In the retaliatory raid, the Israel force attacked the largest Egyptian post in the area, sent its defenders flying in retreat, and blasted it to rubble. The Israel military force returned to its base without casualties. The Egyptians lodged a complaint with the Mixed Armistice Commission, and announced that now they, too, would refuse to attend the tl • on easing border tension. Shortly thereafter Egyptian forces opened fire on the Israel settlement of Givat Rachel. Seve.al hours of exchange of fire ensued in the Auja el Hafir area of the border, but there were no Israel casualties reported when that fire fight came to an end. Gen. Burns, in an appeal to Israel to return to the negotiations before the Egyptians had nude known their own refusal to participate further, recognized that Israel's decision had been prompted by the necessarily serious view they took of the I ss of three lives. But he still felt that negotiali should continue. Said the General: "Deplorable as the loss of life in such incidents is, it would La unfortunate if either party should determine to break off negotiations because of them. Unless the parties try to improve the situation in this way. It is very possible that it will deteriorate still further. They were convicted of ii including "participation in numbers and cruelties of the Dcentration camps." •me observers are, meanwhile, eating concern over the wis<>f (rusting former Nazis as jahle allies against communism. ii'1 Lawrence, a conservative ;i!.';iican publisher, was one of I to urge remilitarization Germany. Lawrence recently rted from Europe, however, former Nazis high up in the •matic service of the UN SICUTAKY GMRAL WOKS FOR NfGST.'/tTIO.V 'AT SUMMIT' Egypt Rejects United Nations Offer for Direct Talks With Israel in Paris, Dag Hammarskjold Reveals Government are busily engel in stratagems looking toil an eventual detachment of rmany from the West." art of the price paid by WashIt on for German consent to rcbi was the release of Nazi crimi\announced in the new White pise Executive Order. Secretary Slate John Foster Dulles was Kid some time ago by German tncellor Konrad Adenauer to i'' I up the freeing of the relaely few Nazis still in U.S. cusly, The Bonn Government felt ph a gesture would facilitate the Continued on Page 2 A ISC.000,000 Feinberg New Bond Chairman | NEW YORK (JTA)—New lead-1 fcrship and a new campaign setup ere organized Tuesday for the orldwidf operations of the State I II Israel Bond Organization involving the raising of $350,000,| W)0 for the economic development of Israel in the next few fears. At a meeting of more' than loo key Americans Jewish [business and communal leaders I at the Waldorf-Astoria, Abraham Feinberg, noted Jewish leader, •is elected president of the Development Corporation for IsI 'he sole underwriter of Israel Bonds. Mr. Feinberg, who presided at |lh' first meeting ot the board of nors of the new organization, declared that the objective (l lhe Israel bond campaign in |">e United States, Canada, Latin America and Western Europe was I'o bring the sale of Israel Development Bonds to $100,000,000 by the end of 1955. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—In line with the general world trend to resolve deep differences by discussions "at the summitt." Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold was reported here to have attempted West I to get Israel and Egypt together at a high level conference in Paris. However, according to the report here, Egypt has refused Mr. Hammarskjold's attempt to bring about face-to-face talks with Israel. Mr. Hammarskjold left for Paris in connection with his duties of organizing the conference on peaceful uses of atomic energy to be held in Geneva 'V8* CHARTER 0F TED NATIONS WKtllE PEOPLES OjftHB VtCnm NATIONS DETERMINED lime Wtktngfe trntoM *TO* W %  "** %  *. *** lomAraUtl. Ii#qfcq*!ttdfctwto <*•*,•*. <^i <*<** nalt. M4.'. in August. It is understood that he was anxious to discuss the Israel-Arab conflicts with Egyptian and Israel officials "above the ambassadorial level." At a presi conference, here Mr. Hammarskjold, while disclosing nothing about his reported high level move, did discuss the Israel-Arab conflicts and declared that there were "some hopes" in regard to that area of world tension. "For weeks we have done whatever possible," he said, "through Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, the chief of our supervisory staff in Palestine to improve the situation there. The outlook is good, and there are ulso incidents, frequent incidents which may result in the loss of a life here or a life there, but always in the loss of lives that are precious and that cannot be measured in quantitative terms. "We are trying to reach at least a temporary solution there. Wo cannot let the situation slip back to where it was a couple of months ago. I assure you that from our side noihing has been left undone that can be done and that nothing will be left undone." At|D POJ* THESE tH :r K> fcnetiot oW mi Wiofaltwr r*** "A <*• fgS&V.j* (P*"' Mi(1.h.*,~*iv2~ to uoile w Hirer.(uVfaM^ft*** &*retwl fi "4 **ijrf>. arici foiw Jwll %  faaotioa of the wononuokodioci" a.K .m. wnt'ef Cm. E. 1. M. Burns ... in hot spst PUTS SKIDS ON REAPPRAISAL liu.t P> HAVE fii:50r,VfD To'.COMWNK S>UR EFFORTS TO An.OMri.lsH THESE AIMS.iru| -,, ife.-pmwt ttrt t.( ihc Uied Nl!* i*l *>. ,il orpmintion !u t>e known tKe United Nai 3ZM The threat oi hot war continually rages in the Near East but ten years ago next week, "We the psople of the United Nations" determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, set forth in the United Nations Charter their hopes for a permanent world peace. This June, between the 20th and the 26th, representatives of the 60 member states at the UN will gather in San Francisco to rededicate the faith of their peoples in the Charter's principles. U. S. Ambassador Edward Lawson Instructed to Tell Sharett Reprisal Effort Endangers Our Policy Stand WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department has instructed Ambassador Edward Lawson to protest to Israel Prime Minister Moshe Sharett against Israel's announced reprisal action in the Gaza vicinity, it was learned here. State Department sources, meanwhile, indicated that the U.S. Government feels the most recent Gaza incident and Israel's alleged "reprisal policy" is preventing a reappraisal of American Near Eastern policy along the lines sought by Israel. Suggestions by Zionist leaders that the United States conclude a security pact with Israel are now being discussed within the State Department with departmental circles beginning to advance a view that Israel, to enhance its chances lor such consideration, must abandon what the department feels i< a "negative policy of reprisals." It is suggested by State Department officials that Israel cannot realistically expect a pact or special security considerations when it allegedly does not see fit to.follow American suggestions on regional peace including the fundamental State Department position on reprisals.


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PAGE 6B !**§<§> n*r*** FRIDAY Offices Closed Friday Offices of The Jewick -. will be closed ail ^'1^ 27. .noWn,, ( 0 f y sh^ Sand M f.varit. r.cip. to Tha Jewish Fferidi.n. topathar wi you r n.ma .nd addra... I* rh-v. a recent ^^'^' **V"? includa it with your .ntry. Should T^rj"| ^iitit^aebanT-' you will bo printed with • cepy of "Tha Beak ef Jewt* ***** Cant.inin, 500 koshar ratio*, .nd Foreword on tho principle, of cookery. Shaker Choo Souffle I 2 tblsp flour < 4 tsp salt This recipe was a favorite with j clip shredded Cheddar type the Shaker* of Ohio, especially c b eesc sharp kind | those who Iwlieved in a meatless' Me|( (nc butter over i ow heat idiet Bggl and cheese were "lied and b end h he f our by sirring I -white meat" during the Middle tjl) jt ^g^g to turn co | or Stir in lAges in such parts of Europe |hp mj|k Kra< j ua i| y add seasoning | where game and meat was the ex and ^redded cheese and continue clu-i\e prerogative of kings and stirnnE (l n we >| blended. Beat egg 'nobles In fact, a hunter who dared ^^ anJ stir in evenly Remove ahopf a rabbit in the Kins s forest {rom nea( when coo fo d in ^atwas often punished by having his fn egg whites an d t urn into a butears chopped off. When cheese ((Ted baki= g dish or cas serole. Set Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr. spiritual leader of the North Shore "ewah Center, is shown pinning the Ner Tamid Medal on LcwTence Weiner. Presentation of the award will be made at c special Boy Scout service Friday evening, with members of all Scout Troops in the area participating. Lawrence is a member of Troop 321. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Werner. 8021 Abbott ave. making became a thriving industry j throughout Europe, people did not 1 feel deprived if they had to subsist on cheese. They developed a large variety of "ripened" cheeses I famous to this day everywhere. I But here's the recipe for a very easy-to-make Cheese Souffle: 2 tblsp butter 1 cup milk A dash of white pepper 3 eggs, separated this into a pan of hot water and bake 35 minutes at 325 deg F. or till set. Yjr.ai.on: Bake a i/.e pastry' till very light brown at the edges. Use a deeper pie pan or a shallow casserole for this. Turn the cheese mixture into that and bake as in Basic Recipe. Sprinkle top with more shredded cheese and paprika. Serve hot. Voo CM Drt* All TV teed T i m Wut WITHOUT Calais* A 8kg, DOCTORS RECOMMEND \ SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEGHB AND LOW CALORIE DEI Fan %  lUralea / Guaranteed Non-Fittessj IK H w lb. UMe—mc It f nk I 4-Oz Sizo Bottle.. 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Lee. past pre.dent of the I' %  -: \..\uiary and irrent chairman of the medic;r.al project Vetenas with non-service con 1 labilities, who can not afford to pay for drugs and other pharmaceutical items, are :e to apply to the Post for nee If approved, the veteran, who receives treatment at Pratt General Hospital for Vet• m Coral Gable*, is Jivcn a proscription which will be filled at Miami Beach Pharmac>. 5ol Washington ave Jack Davis, pharmacy operaI r upp.es the drugs and medicineat cost, which is then taken care of by the Miami Beach JWV Pool The entire project hubeen approved b> Dr. Harold r*. Machlan. general manager of the VA hospital, and Mrs. F D. Clark, chief of service-there, according to Abe Gorod. Miami Beach Post hospital and service officer. Gorod said that the project saves the hospital some twenty^ dollara day per veteran patient Principle non-service connected disabilities are diabetes and arthritis, and insulin and cortisone are a large part of the pharmaceutical order The Post spends some $100 each month to assist veterans, according to Harry Cohen, recently elected commander The proj ect receives the cooperation of Po-tand Auxiliaries throughout the State of Florida. Ladies' Auxiliary' participation is mobilized by Mrs Tessie Solomon, of Coral Gables Post and president of Florida State Auxiliaries of the Jewish War Veterans. Storch Unveiling The dedication of a memorial to j the memory of the late Evelyn Storch. formerly of 727 Jefferson j ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. May 29. 2 p.m at Star of i David Memorial Park, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating Mrs. I Storch is survived by her husband. Murray, and a brother and si-ter in New York. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. / WANT MY MILK" Guest speaker at the final meeting of the season in Beth David Synagogue far Mount Scopus Group of Hcdassah was Dan Cravitt. president of the Coral Gable* ZOA center;. Looking on are (left) Mrs. Manuel Burst sin. president of Mt. Scopus group; Mrs. Esther Singer, trustee of IsraeL Men's Club H mm ts Jacobs** Ft Third Cnasectlhre Term Moe Atkins. Phil A brains. Murray Baum. Louie Bandel. Sam Badanes. Ted Bramson. Abe Cohen. Michael Covin. Herbert Frame. Judge Miltea Fnedman. Mas Handsaw, Dick Herold. Maurice flyman Sidney Kaplan. Sidney Lefcourt. Samuel Ostrowsky. Morton Perry. Robert Pu risen. Louis Rosenson. Edward Rothbart. Edward Safer. ef direc: jrs. .ncreased | fred Sandier. Herbert E Scber. Iran 17 to 25 members, inclodes I Gas Shaw and Jules Weiss Beth David iaen s Crab has c "ected Max Jacobaon president for Ml third consecutive year. Serving with Jacobaon will be Mitchell Shape, first rice president: Ch a rles Z. 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JWV IN NEW MEDICINAL PROGRAM **>*j£m$hMosMkm MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1955 SECTION B NEW NOVEL BY SOMA MORGANSTERN Trustees to Assume New Responsibility Trustees of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will assume increased responsibilities by virtue of a recent amendment of Federation's by-laws passed and adoDted at the recent meeting of Federation's executive committee. Final approval of the amendment will be made by the board of governors at their next regular meeting. Harold Thurman, chairman of the nominating committee to amend by-laws, has announced the following added responsibilities of Federation trustees: 1. The trustees should have "responsibility" for administering the reserve funds and bequests j of Federation. 2. Responsibility for reviewing periodically the financial status j of Federation and making i recommendations with regard to same to the finance commit-1 tee and board of governors. 3. To advise on the annual CJA campaign goal. 4. Encourage and develop ways and means of obtaining bequests and special gifts. A more active role in the affair* Of Federation by trustees is foreseen in the future as a result of this amendment, according to Federation officials. The new ruling is also designed to involve Greater Miami's top business men and welfare leaders in the financial affairs of Federation and in the techniques of fund raising. New trustees elected at the Federation annual meeting include: Ronald Adler Youth Council Picks Adler for President Ronald Adler, a member of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, was elected president of the Intereroup Youth Council of Greater Miami, sponsored by the Florida Resion of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The IYC is a cooperative body for point planning and better human relations, involving the Hi"Y" Youth of the YMCA. the "Y"Teens of the YWCA. the Future Teachers of America. Allied You'h. the individual high school Samuel FrMlaW. cittirman" Step | councils of the Dade County Pub_ tin CihAnln ml V. n D'noi D ftlli ard Broad. Samuel C. Levenson jnd George Chertkof. A' (^t^ naTrWB l ftdeirtg;;B:^iiai[ll'iW l mil rge bronze plaque presented to The Jewish Floridian by the Greater Miami Jewish Federon at Federation's 17th annual meeting in the Biscayne Terrace hotel last week. The ^que reads: "Awarded to The Jewish Floridian by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation leadership and service to our Jewish community through its intelligent interpretation of e local and national Jewish scenes, for its sympathetic and provocative editorials and its dication to the progress of Greater Miami, May 17, 1955." Historical Group Elects Officers Greater Miami Chapter of the 'American Jewish Historical Society was formed at a meeting last week in the Shore Club hotel. The Miami Chapter is a component part of the American Jewish Historical Society, with its headquarters in New York. As part of the national organization, the Greater Miami Chapter intends to popularize American Jewish history and dedicate itself to research and studies in the early activities of Jewish settlers in Florida. It plans to establish discussion groups to read and criticise p.)ers, to establish scholarships and offer prizes for essays. At the organizing meeting the following temporary officers were elected: chairman. Harry Simonhoff: vice chairman, Seymour Leib:nnn: secretary. Mrs. Max Dobrin: treasurer, Benjamin Meyers Executive board to assist in organizing the group was elected at the same meeting and consisttrf John J. Appel, Dr. Joseph Horowitz. Mrs. Anna Brenner Mevers. Solomon H. Lichter, and Milton Malakoff. Gilbert J. Balkin was nominated chairman of the board. lie Schools and the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Adler is past vice president of the IYC and was in on its original development. He is a member of the West Miami Jewish Center and on the executive board of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is also a member of the U.S. Marine Air Force Reserves. [Fred K. Shochet (right), publisher of The Jewish Floridian accept,, plaque from^ ^ man. chairman of L 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. P^^^^^^ Paper', "leadership and -rvioe" to the Jewish community. Shochet is immediate pas. president of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Local Dentists to Sponsor Three-Day Course Here Greater Miami Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega, national dental fraternity, will sponsor a three-day course beginning June 3, conducted by Dr. Harry Sicher. of Loyola University. Chicago. Dr. Sicher is an internationallyknown scientist and teacher. He holds the chair of Professor of Anatomy at the Dental School of Loyola University and was recently honored with a Doctor of Science degree by that university. Dr. Sicher has lectured in over 50 cities in the United States and ip several foreign countries. He received his MD degree in Vienna. Dr. Henry Green is in charge of local arrangements of this seminar, which will be held at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Shavuoth Service Fetes Confirmands Highlighting the celebration of Shavuoth, Temple Emanu-El will hold confirmation exercises on Friday, the first day of the festival, during the regular holiday service beginning at 9 a.m. Forty members of the class, the largest in the history of the Temple, having completed ten years of study in the religious school, will be confirmed. Exercises will also pay tribute to American Jewry by dealing with the significance of the Tercentenary year. Confirmands will participate in a floral service, symbolic of the first fruits and the Shavuoth festival. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will conduct the service and charge the confirmands. Cantor Philip Brummer will chant the service, assisted by the Temple choir. Confirmands are Joseph Adler, Linda Aranoff, Reglna Brummer, Barbara Burris, Rosalind Caskill, Robert Chaikin. Joel Channing, Stewart Colton, Rose Cohn, Mervin Dayan, Sondra DeLeon, June Farber, Maxine Fierberg, Marcia Freeman. Linda Friedman, SydneyCm tier, Frances H a b e r, Barry Honig, Arlene Kaplan.' Madelyn Kumole, June Levine, Martin Lune. Linda Marks. Martin Mechlowitz. Sarina Molko, Ira Moser, Wendy Postol, Bonita Rubenstein, Barbara Schoenfeld, Linda Schoeni'eld, Ira Shapiro, Barbara Sheridan. Philip spiro. Merril Trent, Cornelia fork. Ruih Weinstein, Carole Wiesen, Jacqueline White, Sneila Wyle and Sheila Zemmel. Chapter Holds Cord Party Flamingo Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, held a donor card party at the home of Mrs. Harold Kravitz, 234 To-ToLo-Chee dr., this week. .,



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HMAY 27. 1955 +Jewist Ftcridlar) PAGE 9B ast of the Seven Weeks and its Significance HAROLD U. RIBALOW JTA the establishment of Is>ws everywhere have been tint! to connect the Jewish fcith every event of Jewish fcance. Israel, as fact and as entranced us all. and we \\ng to be enveloped in her embrace. Sometimes, of it is a stranger who wants &y the pleasures of Israel; however, the connection be(Israel and the event is an lone. (Jewish holiday of Shavuot, Feast of Weeks, enjoys an lationship with Israel. Jewlorians, anthropologists and fians frequently call Shavpinor holiday, a comparative jmificant festival, and yet ( %  knowledge that Shavuot is ban most, a holiday deeply ^manently involved with the of Israel and Jewish peoIhould be understood, of that the Jewish festivals \\ simply commemorations, festivals (of which Passover kccot are the others) are a Ee expression of the Jew's Imcnt with his Judaism. The It ion of the "season" is only Tof the reason for the holi|ni the seasonal significance [led with the historical one. ^cont years, modern Jewish like Theodor H. Garter, ewish psychoanalysts like Ire Reik, have made an ef1 understand and explain the holidays in terms of modIt hropology and psychology. Studies are illuminating, even controversial and shock|ut they stress—and this is ant for the modern Jews sks to connect himself with |gly primitive functions — jch holiday has meanings on levels of human experience, lews today, modern, quesand groping, can find much ry holiday, for themselves ir children. holiday of Shavuot is esperemarkable for what it us about the Jewish pecthe manner in which they te what is, on the surface, r festival. It is the holiday first fruits and it is the marking the giving "of the the Jewish people, for the and the Law-giving cointime. In a deep sense, then, stival celebrates the birth el. It is the anniversary of on which God and the people made their Covenant, and the Ten Commandments, or the Law, was first revealed to the Jews. iThis, as Dr. Gaster nas pointed out with eloquence, indicates a sensitive collaboration between God and His people. The agricultural collaboration is the one more readily understood, for Shavuot is harvest time, and in the State of Israel today, with the land being constantly cultivated, there is little that is more significant than harvesting. But there are philosophic concepts involved with Shavuot, which celebrates the end of the harvest. First, it is acknowledged that that land which lies fallow and is not worked cannot grow rich. The land belongs to those who make it live. Yet the labors of man are not enough; the elements of rain and sunshine, the God-given elements, are necessary. Here, too, there is collaboration between God and man. They are, moreover, not master and servant, as Dr. Gaster points out, but "partners in a joint enterprise of continuous creation." This link between the spirit and nature, between God and man is typical of the Jewish concept of religion. And so giving of the first fruits, too, is a sign that the Jew dedicates the best portion of his work to the God who has been responsible for his success. The chain between nature and God is strengthened when it is stressed that the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai and the giving of the first fruits are part of a single pattern. The giving of the Laws is important; but so is its acceptance by the Jewish people. The harvest is renewed from year to year and so is the Jewish experience of Sinai, when the Covenant between God and the Jews was first made and is reaffirmed annually. It has been stated by the Jewish sages that while only a comparative handful of Jews were at Mount Sinai to receive the law, all Jewry, of all ages, were represented there, and thus the Covenant was concluded with the entire people of Israel, for all time. It is, therefore, accurate to state that Shavuot does more than recollect a past event; it is an annual rededication and reaffirmation with the Jewish faith in God. That, too, is why the story of Ruth, considered by many literary critics to be the finest short story ever written, is read on the holiday of Shavuot It is, first, a tale that uses the end of the harvest as a backdrop for its plot. And Self-portrait of Frederick Solomon, rabbi and artist, some of whose paintings are reproduced in the new Art Calendar issued by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods for 5716, which will begin at sundown, Sept. 16. Jerusalem, to mark the festival. The harvest is the harvest in the sacred land of Israel. And the Lawgiving is the Law which has kept the Jewish people intact and forever developing. Thus it can easily be seen that Shavuot has been inextricably bound up with Israel and with Judaism, even when the State of Tsrael lay dormant through centuries. Today, as Israel flourishes, and harvests once more ere joyous events to the Israelis, Shavuot takes its place in the Jewish calendar, not as a minor event, but a major one. It is a commemoration which marks a high point in the land of revived Israel, and reaffirms the bonds which connect Jews all over the world. listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WM8M, 11:30 a.m. fs 2 p.m. This program If the first and hat the largest listening audience SPECIAL WEEKLY FEATURE COUNCILMAN Harold Turk COMMENTATOR second, it focuses on a woman who is a pagan, but who finally embraces Judaism and who, in time, is related to King David. The story of Ruth, in brief, blends with the ingathering of the harvest and with the acceptance of the Law. It is a beautiful story, and yet it is more than a mere narrative; it carries overtones of the Jewish faith and is bound up with Jewish history, religious as well as political. Shavuot, like Passover and Suecot, is a pilgrim feast, which means that Jews traveled to Israel, to tfa, 7*K QUINIELAS EVERY RACE > DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd POST TIME 8:00 P.M. NO MINORS ADMITTED to or on the premise* ADMISSION 25c — GATES OPEN 6:30 SEE YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER FOR DIRECT BUS ROUTES TO THE TRACK Stole Supervised Parimutuel Wao* in ' ,;


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PAGE 6 A *-k^istncrHkyr Eleanor Schrier's Betrothal Revealed •nds in Miami Beach were t'n week told o£ the engagement c: Eleanor Carol Schrier. daugh: %  : of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schrier. } fiance is Charles Selig. Jr of Mr. and Mr> Charles Selig. of Rx-helle. N. Y. he Schriers who lived in Miami Brack for 19 years, now live in ker-. N Y Eleanor i< presentI) A member of the editorial staff of Footwear, Hem I F.iirchild i lication in New York City iuated in 1948 from MiBeach Senior High School, re >he .; %  mo-t lik i ueceed. and attended the University of Miami, where she was a iiber of Phi Sigma Sigma •rity. She is a graduate of Men > rk University. Schrier's fiance, an army VI tana la a graduate of Weleyan I : versity in Middletown. Conn Is in business in New York and member Of the Yale Club D early September ini of the bride are and Mrs Looil rOrscfi, 1210 Miami Beach. \\w\\\ Dixon, Irving Mishkin Plan Kites The engagement of Ruth Dixon and* Mr Irving YV Mishkm a ani .need recently by the briderf*l pan .tMr and Mrs. Aaron 390 SW 24!h ter Miami. Miss Dixon ia graduate of HiSei Hieh School and is e io the Mi;.mi Unit of JunHadassah She i* employed with law ftrm of Englander & HoffI Her fiance i> :he -or. .' Mr and Cj Mi-hkm 5941 SV7 13th Miami He i> a graduate of the University of Miami and servin 'he Air Force dur-, II rid War II and the Korean! r ii Diet Me iassociated with nar-i i Perwin. CPA •'. December wedding is planned I Miss Frankel Plans I September Rites With Student Mr and Mrs. Raymond G. Fran: kel. 4333 Pinetree dr., announce I he engagement of their daughter. Patricia Irene, to Paul Irving I Bloom, of Vidalia. Ga. Miss Frankel attended Bon Mawr in Pennsylvania and will graduate from the University of Miami in June. At the University, she served as a senior Junior Counselor and Big Sister, and was a member of the University Mixed Chorus and Concert Choral Group. Mr. Bloom is the son of Mr. and Mr^ Herman D. Bloom. Vidalia. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati. He will graduate from Hebrew I'nion College in Cincinnati in February and become an ordained Reform Jewish Rabbi in June with a Master of Hebrew Law. Mr Bloom has been treasurer and vice president of the student body and will serve as president next year. A September wedding is planned Weiner, Saval Betrothal Revealed T he engagement of Bern*' Heine] to Rilph M Saval was an; 9ufl I • M an open hi' I a' the home of Mr and Mrs Vh Hip Saval. 1201 SW 24th ave., enU of the future bridegroom. Weiner i the daughter of Clara C. Werner, of Cincin O.. and Abraham M. Weiner. V %  A former resident Charles) n the iv a graduate High School and at-1 t< r.ded Morris Harvey College. Mr. Saval. a former resident of Baltimore. i> a graduate of Miami a member of :< %  Jewish Center. Kalnis Announce Anne's Engagement A late fall marriage will unite Anne Lois Kalm and Allan Elowitz. Mai Kalm is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Sidney Kalm. 2131 SW 19th ave. A former majorette at Miami Senior High School. Miss Kalm is a legal secretary Mr Elowiu is a graduate of Weequahk High School in Newark. N J. He served two years in the Army His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Elowitz. of Newark, i Miss Kalik Plans .Inly Garden Rites Mr and Mrs Murrji Kalik. of 3.-5 I'r.rie ave. Miami Beach. announce the engagement of their sr. Be be. to Richard F Pine. are graduates of Miami h High School where they end the University of Mr Fine is the son of MrI I : % %  734B Byron ave.. and the •1 A Fine A garden wedding on July 31 I !>een planned. December Rites for Leviton, Traurig December wedding is planned by Miss Leona Carole Leviton and Walter B. Traurig. Miss Leviton. a senior nursing student at Jackson Memorial Hospital, i. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Leviton. 513 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables. Mr. Traurig. a member of Knights of Pythias and secretarytreasurer of Traurig Insurance Agency, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig. 2131 SW 15th st. New Yorker Fiancee Of Arnold Katz Daughter of the president of one I of New York's most famous dress firms will marry a Miami boy. She's Carole Sue Rosenfeld, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ', Rosenfeld, New York City, are ; announcing her engagement to Arnold M. Katz. son of'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Katz, 1305 Calais dr., Miami Beach. Prospective bride, whose father is president of Henry Rosenfeld, Inc., graduated from the Calhoun School for Girls in Manhattan. She attended Skidmore College and New York University and is now vice president of her father's company. Mr. Katz graduated from the Horace Mann School for boys in Riverdale. N.Y., and will graduate from Dartmouth College, magna cum laude. this June. He has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic honor society. Mr. Katz's future plans include New York University law school. Attends Rites Mr. and Mrs. Gustave G. Weri man announce t h e forthcoming marriage of their son, Herbert, to Terry Schildkraut May 28 at Hewj lett East Rockaway Jewish Community Center. Long Island, N.Y. Abraham Wet-man. of 3555 Flamingo dr. Miami Beach, the groom's grandfather, flew North Wednesday to attend the wedding. Mits Li< lair.. Associated Jerry Waff Jerry Wolf Bar Mitzvah Saturday Jerry Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ma* Wolf. 1901 SW 7th st.. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 28. at Beth El Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate Jerry is an honor student at Beth El religious school He also attends Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is captain of the soft ball team and on the scholarship honor roll. Among guests attending the ceremony will be Jerry's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A Kahn. of Baltimore. Md. A reception honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held Sunday evening at the Lincoln Manor. Rosenberg Bar Mitzvah Saturday Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Rosenberg. 733t> Carlyle a\e. uill celebrate her Bar Mitzvah Satur day. the second day of Shavuoth. at Agudath Israel Hebren in stitute. Rabni Isaac It. Ever will deliver the charge to the confirmed A i .. .. .. reception will follow aairices at •'eaiuie Keller Born Hat synagogue. Fred is an eighth grade stuiien' at Nautilus Junior High School, He attends Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute religious school. Mrs. Sparber Fetes Mrs. Silvcnnan Mrs Helen Sparber was hostess to a group of friends Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Sol Silverman. who has been reelected for another year as president of the Jewish Home for the Aged Women's Auxiliary. Mrs. Silverman. accompanied by her husband, is leaving in a few weeks for New York City to attend a conference of presidents and executives on Jewish community and hospital planning for the aged. In her honor. Mrs. Sparber invited the following to a beautifully appointed luncheon and canasta party at the Algiers hotel. The MeadaakM Herman Jacobs. Jack i I'dell. Dan Broad. Ben Hammer; m an. Sadie Kriegel. Trudy Hamer schlag. Harry Silverman. Rubin Feinberg. Anna Kaplan. Frances Entine and Jack Fishman. Riehard May Born Mr. and Mrs Dave B May. formerly of Birmingham. Ala., now of 8461 East Bay Harbor dr., BayHarbor Island, announce the birth of a son, Richard J May. Frank Martin Berick. Mrs May's brother, was godfather, and Mrs Seymour Somerstein. Mr. May's sister, was godmother. Mrs. May is the daugh ter of Judge and Mrs. Morris Berick, of Miami Beach, and Mr. May is the son of Mr. and Mrs Leon May, Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Keller, of St Petersburg. Fla.. announce the ; birth of their daughter. Jeanne Mildred. May 5 Jeanne joins Han; nah Renee. Jody and Billy. Grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Keller Raff, oi 3230 NW 7th st.. Miami Stitskv Birth Mr and Mrs. Morton Stitsky, of 1850 Coral Gate dr.. announce the birth of their son, Jerry Howard, Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital Jerry join* Stella Regina. 44. and Leo Jay. 24. Briss will be at the home of the new arrival's grandparent,, Habbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei. 1450 SW 17th ter.. Mi ami. Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky, of Dallas. Tex., will be among honored guests. Mr. Stiuky will be Sandek. >C* Mill faWr.it '—fa HBal Miss Carafe Stic IHUM umm JuleeLynn Greenbsnj. *1 Mr. and Mrs. Sydwy I] Greenberg, 2845 Ftn?"| dr., Miami Beach, w. J come Bar Mitzvah SattdjH May 28. at Temple BethSW om. Jules, a student oh Ml Sholom religious scbod.! in the eighth grade c. %  lua Junior High School J father is educational


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)AY. MAY 27. 1955 +JmlstnorHia,ri m PAGE 5 A Lear School Graduates Ten Umotion OPetaM for these students at Beth David were to be held Thursday evening. May I marking the beginning of Shevuoth Class members include Roberta BerVnann, Frederic mey. Cynthia Bott. Leonard Cut er. Ida Fas ke. Stanley Goldstein. Roberta Gordor, Frances Uus. Sherman Levine Sandra Levme. Naomi Miller. Daniel Ostrowsky. Laurence Parnes, pet Rosenberg. Richard Ros enthal and Sandra Rubenstein. differ Scholarship \eo\ed by Academy Rose Hitter Scholarship, conjig of $100 to be awarded anky for the next 20 years to outfling students, has been estabkd by Irving D. Goldwyn, of It Neck, L.I. |bbi Alexander S. Gross, prinof the Hebrew Academy, said [ "the name of the recipient of | award will be announced at commencement exercises." bldwyn, a friend of the Ritters [prominent leader in civic and Irnal affairs in Long. Island, Ified that the scholarship be fried to the outstanding student eh graduating class "who is itinue his high school studies He Hebrew Academy or any institution of such nature." late Rose Ritter was a charltniber and vice president of Academy Women, a promifigure in Hadassah, the Sissod of Temple Emanu-El, for the Aged and many othcal and national organizations. DosKe Te be Held bint dance will be held by the fn Branch Young Adults of the pu-r Miami Jewish Community (ter and Temple Israel Young kits at the Town Branch, 450 116th ave., on Sunday evening. Diplomas of Graduation were this week awarded to ten students I who have completed their high' school studies at the Lear School, 1010 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Graduating ceremonies took place, at the school auditorium. Shepard Broad, civic leader and president of the Mercantile Nation al Bank, was guest speaker at the 22nd commencement exercises of the preparatory school. Ida R. Lear, director-principal of the school, presented sheepskins to the students, which permitted them matriculations at higher schools of learning. Awards for scholastic excellence [and achievement were made by members of the faculty of the school. Valedictorian of the senior class was Joel Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Kramer, Miami Beach, and president of the senior class. Salufatorium was Joanne Steinhanlt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt. secretary treasurer of the senior class. .Kramer will continue his studies at the University of Florida, and Miss Steinhardt at the University of Alabama. Students who received their diplomas are Deanna Finkelstein, Lawrence Albert, Florence Boderman, Robert Kraisner, Joel Kramer, George Mavris, Julia Molnar, Valerie Solomon, Joanne Steinhardt and Nolan Valene. '•• Leonard L. Abess, honorary chairman, Florida regional board. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. is shown presenting first annual Leonard L. Abess award for outstanding contributions to improved human relations to Hon. Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of the City of Miami. Shown viewing the presentation is George I. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida regional ADL board. Presentation to Mayor Aronovitz was made through the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, at the annual installation banquet of Miami Beach Lodge in the Delano hotel. < ELECT LEONARD A. WIEN BEST QUALIFIED FOR MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL • EXPERIENCED BUSINESSMAN • ABILITY • ACTION • ACHIEVEMENT WIN WITH WIEN HEADQUARTERS 940 Lincoln Road • JE 8-3738 (F'd. Pol. Adv.) • | The Handling Of A Florida Notional


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PAGE 8 B ImtsJJtorMtotL .FRIDAY Greater Miami Marks Shavuoth at Services Shavuoth. the Festival of the Weeks, was scheduled to be u^h.red cantata. "At the PoM "f Horeb. in at sen icein synagogues and centers Thur evening thTOOgboul .irrangid by the K.ibbi Symbolic of the Book of Ruth." Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Greater Miami Marking the appearanc of the first fruitof tinHUBmer season. Shavuoth also recalls the giving of the Law to Moaei on Mount Sinai just seven weeks after PUMW and the exodu~ from Egyptian bondage. DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday awnuag Shavuoth services at 8:30 Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on the topic: "The Glorious Drama of Divine Revelation." Friday evening services are at 6:45. Saturday morning servicewill be at 8:30. with Rev. Mbaaa Zynger chanting the musical portions of the liturgy Yizkor will be at 10 30 a.m. Rabbi Becker will Candlelighting Time SIVAN 6 — 6:42 P.M. Becker, Mrformed by -tudents of the religi ouschool To be awarded certifi cauS*r completion of their adult $tufl# are Mrs. If W Mrs. B. I.evine. S Levine and Mrs J Strunin. Subject of Rabbi Spar er's discourse is: "The Source of life Saturday morning seniciare at 9 a.m.. followed by Yizkor. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will preach the concluding sermon for Istein. MrH. Gordon. Mr. the present synagogue year. SubHamlin. H KraviU. Mr. and ject is: "A Year in RetrospectSaturday morning services are at 11. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raskin, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will mark the first day of Shavuoth BETH JACOB CONGREGATION with services Friday morning at oi-cusThe Faculty of Mem Moral law will be li ill mark the first day of Shavuoth 8:45. Guest Rabbi Henry B. Wercry Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz TwentyW||n M m( .,,. Friday morning at nick will officiate, assisted by Can-i\ women and 9 men will receive BETH EMETH CONGREGAAdult Jewish Education certifi•Giving of the Torah.Evesen-ices are at 8:15. Oneg Shabbat Arnold Grant <5h. &". .Lynn"' J^H ^ren Wolfson Z Sch ?i en, itioi %J& *n5Eg*l Hattrhood' MIAMI HEBREW Wu. CONGREGATION \* ** ">*J ai b..J0 am. n.1.1,. .'' nl will preach on the SU ans Part n j udajsm ,c morning serviceare at Torah and it, Im, jL* the topic of the ei $ Berele Kelemer w?£J musical portion0 f ,h.T' Yizkor is at 10:30 a.m. TION will hold Shavuoth smicc •'-<<g Lehrman will preach li Jonah Caplan will preach on ^'rmonboth days. Cantor Philip the topic: "Torah — Equalizer of Humankind." Evening senices are ; t 6:30 Saturdav morning senices will be at 8 30. with the sermon scheduled as "Land or be Led Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate Yizkor memorial senices are at Brumnur will render the musical portions of the liturgy • • • B 1 1 H ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Shavuoth senices Friday morning at 9 a.m. Evening services will commence at 7. Satur10:45 a m Mincha will be at 45' day morning senices are at 9. 1 m Yizkor memorial will follow at 10. • • • • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHv.ill hold Fridav evening Shavuoth S 'E CENTER will hold Shavuoth >eniceat 8:30 p.m. Senices will senices Friday morning at 9 a.m.. be dedicated to the confirmation of with Rabbi Abraham Herson offi17 boy and girls. Rabbi David ciating and preaching on the topic: Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor God's Voice Through His Peo• ph Malek and the choir un P |e %  '" Evening senices are at 8:30 der the direction of Rev. Mordej P m wnen the sermon topic will Partial **4 Misr Services # "-"*— IflllUllin MMftj f, E,tr, ranwe* • Estimatet Furnished • Wifhouf Cojf or Obligation • fan* %  Part ha* WMM T# SJBJ FM • MM Terk er vwatt...kMir* aai CakfcoM Storage Fidtw Available In MijrWi PHONE 82-7561 till Nertkutl IH .e..e Miaal • local Storogt In Ot* s> Two, Modern 7-Storf • WAREHOUSE! • Rnenei CM**** • M rriNHtlKtttlNaMf • Miaai •$.! aMN***. • tea % HOT aahBtFttsl ^ Sarttan; prtaaea Bernie Saffer's Restaurant conveniently located at 1310 MX SecoMl Ae., Miaaii for that delicious Kosher Stylo Cooking foaturtng NOT COtNID BEEF I PASTRAMI LUNCH and DINNERS Opposite Soars. Roebuck — Froo Parfclnf Operated by JACK A JILL CATERERS Complete Catering Service %  **• 2 4574 er 13 1W4 En}oy Full Course MMNMD.M* leeoefoahord included el sjei oooetixcr Winner of Notionol /VWrit Aword aaesjajej mSIMPi ITtfc $• • tk*~l Rot. JE t-7111



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PAGE 12 B NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES President Eisenhower set MM nation at ease last week when he told newsmen at his regular press conference that tha Salk vaccine "will, within a reasonable time, really eliminate polio in this country." He made it clear that the current suspension of the immunization program was due to a desire on the part of the scientists and the Government to be "doubly safe" in the methods of manufacturing the vaccine. The global chess game takes on new momentum: No sooner had the West signed the Paris Agreements, bringing" West Germany into NATO (the Bonn regime has not yet settled the 900,000 claims made by Jews involving one billion dollars), than the East quickly created its own Communist NATO at Warsaw with a Russian General in supreme command. With each major move made by the Western powers, the Soviets appear to have made an immediate counter-move. Having appeased the Austrians with a treaty of independence and having submitted a memorandum on disarmament to the UN subcommittee In London, they are now ready to make a deal with Marshal Tito. Says the New York Times editorially: "All these make the immediate future uncertain. We hope and we fear, and don't know which emotion is stronger." The Big Four meeting, tays Eisenhower, should be a test of Soviet sincerity about reducing East-West tensions. The Jewish Labor Committee has asked that the U.S. representatives participating in the Big Four Parley take up the question of the fate of 2,000,000 Jews behind the Iron Curtain as well as the righ> of Jews in the Soviet Union to freely communicate with their relatives outside in the free world and to visit them if thev choose, and the end of slave labor camps. Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, speaking al the opening session of the two-day conference of the national executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in New York, made a plea for the "heightening of the moral level of our age." He cited President Eisenhower's recent statement at the dedication exercises of the new Wash ington Temple, namely, "that in our Judeeo-ChrisHan heritage we must find the source of our nation's strength and inspiration." ... In a telegram sent to the AOL, New York Attorney General Jacob K. Javits explained why he had declined to appear before the New York St;ite Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development at a Lake Placid Club. "As Attorney General." he said, "the State policy against exclusion of any person from places of public accommodation due to race, color or creed, is a vital law enforcement obligation to mc, and I want to do everything I can to see that it is honored not only in letter but in spirit." A group of American businessmen will fly to Israel at the end of the month for the first international conference of Israeli Bi National Chambers of Commerce The Americans will be joined in Israel by delegations from Argentina, Australia. Belgium. Canada. England. France, Holland. Italy, Mexico and South Africa. "The Bible was the chief food of the Englishmen who planted Western civilization on our shores," writes Dr. Selig Adler in the current issue of "American Judaism." He expressed the belief that "it is possible that another great age of the Bible lies before us." ... In his new book, "Conservative Judaism: An American Religious Movement," Dr. Marshall Sklarc declares that "critics of both the Reform and Conservative movements often fail to realize that these were not an attempt to break with Judaism, but make it more acceptable to Jews living in contemporary America." The UJA has announced that, in commemoration of the Allied victory in Europe ten years ago, it will honor a select group of military and civilian figures who in the post-war years helped tens of thousands of Hitler's victims to survive, recover their health and resume new lives in Israel, the United States and other democratic countries ISRAEL Defense Minister David Ben Gurion has issued a clemency order for five former Stern group members who had been convicted two years ago for the bombing of the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv. A Bergen-Belsen Wood has been planted in the Judean hills as a memorial to those who succumbed to the inhuman treatment meted out to the inmates of that concentration camp. Present during the ceremony, which saw the planting of the first saplings, was Brigadier Glyn Hughes! who had led the British troops into the camp in the wake of the Nazi retreat. He and Mrs. Hughes had come to Israel especially to attend the ceremony. Israel's first sugar factory, now under construction at Afula, will go into operation at the end of the year. To employ about 2,000 workers, the plant will work in three shifts. Delivering his annual report to the Tel Aviv Chamber of Commerce, president Abraham Kahana declared that the liberalization of Israel's economy, beginning with the General Zionists' entry into government, was a great blessing for the country. The Foreign Investors Association in Israel plans to open its own bank in order to overcome the difficulty in obtaining credit. Preliminary returns indicate that Mapai has received about 60 percent of over 400,000 votes cast in the recent elections to the Histadrut Eighth National Conference As the election campaign for the new Knesset gains momentum, the General Zionists report that in some plants Mapai leaders had threatened General Zionists with loss of jobs if they voted the G.Z. slate. A modern city, subdivided into five suburbs, and housing some 50,000 inhabitants, will soon rise on the ruins of the ancient Philistine city of Ashkelon. thus fulfilling the biblical prophecy that the children of Israel would possess the Philistine strongholds. PEOPLE Maryland Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, winning $200 on a recent TV show in which he appeared dressed as Lord Baltimore, announced to the millions of listeners and viewers that he planned to turn the entire sum over to Hadassah's Youth Aliyah. Prince Mikasa, brother of the Emperor of Japan, attended the Passover seder at the home of Israel's Minister to Tokyo. Interested in Judaism and a student of Hebrew, the prince joined the other guests in reading the Hagaddah in Hebrew. Chaim Lieberman, the eminent Yiddish writer whose recent book had blasted Sholem Asch's Christological works, was honored last week at a dinner arranged by some 25 national organizations in celebration of his 40 years of distinguished achievements in the field of letters and public affairs and as a bon voyage for his departure for an extended visit to Israel. Dr. Norman Salit, president of the Synagogue Council of America, is leaving New York City on May 31 on a mission to Norway, Sweden. Denmark and the Netherlands. The purpose of his mission is to pre sent scrolls to their Majesties. King Frederick IX and the Queen of Denmark, King Haakon VII of Norway, King Gustav Adolph VI of Sweden and Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands expressing the gratitude of the entire American Jewish community to the monarchs, the governments and the peoples of these countries for the humanitarian acts of hospitality in behalf of Jewish victims of Nazism during World War II and for their hospitality to these Jewish people thereafter. • Milton Kahn, Frank L. Well and •imon E. Sobeloff have been elected to the board of trustees of Brandies University. Darius Milhaud, composer of the opera "David Ha-Melech," will receive an honorary Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion at the commencement exercises in New York on June 7. Duncraqqan Inn Opens Season Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville, N.C is now readying its premises for the summer season. High atop the Blue Ridge mountains. Duncraggan this year has a new recreation building, with orchestra and dancing a regular nightly feature. Mrs. Sid Lawlt, of Miami Beach, who reveal that their summer resort has a private swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, playgrounds and many other sports facilities. Available also to Duncraggan vacationers arc an 18 hole golf course, horseback riding and Duniraggan owners are Mr. and mountain fishing. The resorts cuisine offers the be* u they explain, cno.ee w fst J supplemented by he ,„* of fresh dairy products • Duncraggan l„ n u well known p**, as Tj Mountain. Stone Mounts, ney Rock. Uke UITM Lake. Pisgah National F or 3 Jiumerous^other attract^ APRIL 17, 1936? IT WAS A DAY LIKE ALL DAYSA*/ not /or ut! For that was the day we opened a savings account at Chase and resolved to save |5 each week. We've snack to our resolution, although at times it wasn't easy. We learned that one doesn't have to be a "big money" maker to accumulate a reserve through regular saving. Today we can travel and do the things we looked forward to doing. When you save at Chase Federal, you have a deep sense of security in knowing this strong, friendly institution stands back of you and your savings. Each account is insured to $10,000 and earns generous semi-annual dividends. Current Dividend Rate 3% per annum STABILITY AND EARNINGS ATTSSTBD BY 41 CONSICUTIVI DIVIDEND* FIIER1L SAIISfiS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1100 LINCOLN ROAD 7474 COLLINS AVI. £ Jf 425 41st STtKT, MIAMI S~ "FAVORITE STORY" starring Adolph M.njou Monday 8:30 p.m. WTtt Chant*



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IY. MAY 27. 1955 V4 l. Daniel Neal Heller has installed president oi Greater Miami Chapter /omen's American Ort, seeding Mrs. Samuel ^perman. Others installed the Mesdames MargariNew-man Steam, Irving |is and Harry Teschler, president; Samuel Avi, treasurer; Louis Baron, |ncial secretary; Milton nan, corresponding secry; and Joseph Sloan, reiing secretary. |rk Unwraps ich Platform faking at a meeting this week. cilraan Harold Turk unwraplis platform for reelection to tiami Beach City Council in lay 31 and June 7 elections. |pped up promotional and city efforts to stimulate year economy, increased clinic ?s for local hospitals and inpolice protection for Misacb head up the Turk pro[hi.s talk, Turk also called for |opment of Miami Beach as a ship port, improvement of lily's Latin American relations |an exhibit hall "to attract U.S. conventions here." Irk also stressed acquisition of ponal public beaches and ational facilities and realizalof the Inter-American Trade as key points of his platform. |lthougn our scnoois in Miami are administered by the County School Board, imed facilities are the concern MO parent, and I plan to es6h a Miami Beach citizen's litlce to help improve school Is aid programs here." Turk led. pointed to his record as a cilraaa and mayor since 1947 to such achievements with |h he said he is credited, as the longe range planning pron, the Latin American reladepartment and establishIt oi the present municipal pubrelations department. [door Forum to Meet; Sessions Slated Sunday pinoza Outdoor Forum, of 11th fcnd Ocean ct., Miami Beach t af]20 years of meeting Saturday krnoons has decided to hold its kions on Sunday evenings told. ^n May 29, 8 p.m., the Forum hoM a joint town meeting. Abraham VVolfson, author of hi' Road to Health and Happier ling" and the recently published |>k "Live a 1Q0 Years Happily," lecture on "The Art of Living." Lillian Miller, civic worker, will Nde and general discussion will (ow. Sonya Weiss will sing and lertain. GETTING ENGAGED? GENE TUMP photograph* you beautifully 2 floeey prints for •"wpip, r reproduction 5.00 4 16th St.. Miami Beach Ji 8 3378 Hebrew Academy P.T.A. Elects Mrs. Salkoff President Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff. local lecturer and teacher, has been .elected president of the Hebrew Academy P.T.A. Mrs. Solkoff, a resident of Miami for more than five years, is a teacher at Temple Emanu-EI's religious school and a member of the Hebrew Academy Women's board of directors Also elected at a meeting Monday in the Surfcomber hotel were the Mesdames Alexander Kogan and Charles Gertler, honorary presiilints; William Farr, honorary vice president; Henry Penchansky. Hyman Sandier. Harold Zinn, M. MBajjyPMifc PAGE 7 A H. Rosenhouse, vice presidents; Jacob Katz, treasurer; Philip Rose corresponding secretary; Samuel Wolfe, recording secretary; Martin Genet, social secretary; Bemice Honig, chaplain; Milton Koch, parliamentarian; Shoshanna Spector representative of teachers. The slate was presented by Mrs Rosenhouse, chairman of the nominations committee. A report was also rendered by Mrs. Hyman Sandier, chairman of the "gala fun mte," which will take place Sunday, May 29, at the Carlo motel. Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, winter residents of 3916 Palmerito st., Coial Gables, will celebrate their golden anniversary with family and friends on June 5 at the Park hotel in Plainfield, N. J., where they have their summer home. They are members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. West Miami Sisterhood Has Officer Installation Mrs. M. Harris was installed president of the West Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood Sunday at the Candle-Light Inn. Installing officer Rabbi Alfred Waxman also named to office the Mesdames D. Burrows, A. Lampert, H. Saxe and S. Horn, vice presidents. Guest speakers included Mrs. D. i Wernick, president, and Mrs. B. ; Wolf, past president of the Southj eastern Branch of Sisterhoods, and Mrs. B. Zohn, representative of the National Women's League of Unit' ed Synagogues. Membership Tea Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, are having their first "member-bring-a-member" tea at the home of Mrs. Moe Steinberg, 1320 Cleveland rd., Biscayne Point, Wednesday, June 1. POLIO VACCINE FOR POOR — Marcie Liberman (center), Miami Beach councilman, gives his checks for 55,000 each to Fred Snite, Sr. (left) and Samuel Gertner (right) to provide the Salk polio vaccine for needy children and pregnant women of Miami Beach. Snite accepts the check for St. Francis Hospital and Gertner for Mt. Sinai. Liberman Urges Increased Off Street Parking Miami Beach Councilman Marcie j Liberman this week announced the i platform on which he'll seek re-' election to the city council in the May 31 primary and June 7 elecj tion. Liberman, who has been a Miami Beach mayor and councilman for the past 12 years, said he was basing his bid for reelection on his past record of public service and current progressive plan. Off-street parking in Miami Beach, Liberman said, was instigated by him in the early 40's. Since its inception, figures show that the city's annual parking meter revenue increased from $125,000 to a present day income of $500,000. Liberman's plan now is to further increase off-street parking areas, including the construction of double-decking facilities. Liberman's plans for an exhibition hall, to be located just north of the Miami Beach auditorium, will call for seating capacity tor at least 10,000 persons, thereby enabling the city to attract the nation's largest conventions and expositions. "At my recommendation, the Pelican Island property was purchased by the city for $36,000. Since it was purchased, the city has been offered a quarter of a million dollars for the undeveloped 105-acre parcel which lies just north of DiLido Island off Venetian Causeway," Liberman explained. Changes in the City Charter are necessary, Liberman said, "so that much needed improvements can keep pace with the city's rapid growth." Liberman summed up his platform by saying that he has long been an exponent of proper wages, good working conditions, reasonable work hours, pensions, civil service, hospitalization, public health and sanitation. "My many years of experience as a businessman and banker," Liberman said, "have enabled me to analyze the problems of this city so that work could be done at reasonable cost, money borrowed at reasonable rates and funds expended in an intelligent manner. The result is that taxes have been maintained at such levels as to protect our taxpayers and encourage investors." Relighus School Picnic Annual religious school picnic of Beth David Congregation will be held on Sunday, May 29, at Crandon Park. Mr. Sam Leviten, chairman of the con.mittee, will be assisted by Mrs. Sam Leviten, Mrs. Meyer Forer and Mrs. Rose Schreidell. %  A *AKn ? WEHAVF THe FOC ,1 iMK ROSEDALE -?7=ft' RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth^holom, extend congratulations to Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, at the annual sisterhood installation luncheon in the Fontainebleau hotel last week. North Dade Center Students Will he Confirmed Sunday Sunday afternoon. North Dade Jewish Center annual confirmation services will be held with the following students being confirmed: Raela Blau. Marjorie Davidson, Sheila Epstein, Sybil Roth. Rochelle Ruttenbcrg. Bette Stoop, Linda Waller. The choir under the direction of Lucille Moore will participate, and Mrs. Lawrence Kupersmiih will be violin soloist. David Goodman. Center presi dent, will present Bibles to confirmands. ^COMPUTE CATERING SERVICR 170 N.W. FIFTH STREEI Kosher Style Cooking Private Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking MIAMI •The Greatest Nam* i Koher Foods!' DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.I. 5Mi St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner j urdtiic's the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI IEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WIST PALM BEACH 'Don't drog your guest* all over Dcde County—see everything for ? fore of I TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and loo 1 •• PHONE 64-4579 FOR RESIDENT PASS, FREE I MilMI <0\\\LKS


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)AY. MAY 27, 1955 wen's Group Install Officers anual installation luncheon of IConference of Jewish Women's pnizations of Dade and Brow[counties will be held Thursnoon. June 2, at the Biscayne ^ace hotel, according to Mrs. pn Fair, presidents |iami Beach Mayor Harold Shaand Mrs. Shapiro, who have returned from an extensive through Israel, will highlight afternoon's program with a latic dialogue describing their to the Holy Land, ewly elected officers will be tiled by Dr. Benjamin B. Ros£rg. who heads the Greater MiJewish Federation as execudirector. Mrs. Farr will be klled for the second term as |ident. Vice presidents are Mrs. frank Wellins and Mrs. Harry ers; treasurer, Mrs. Matilda ker; recording secretary, Mrs. In Weinstein; corresponding etary, Mrs. Benjamin Appell; fctrar, Mrs. Harry Kaufman: ndar secretary, Mrs. Gerald T. Wellins, vice president in tee of programs, will introduce [Flagler-Granada Choral Group er the direction of Mrs. Millie Izcr. in a number of specialty kenlations. Irs. Al Lozoff will head the ip of hostesses. Mrs. Leonard |Ber is arrangements chairman. Ben Zion Ginsburg is in tee of publicity. Reservations be made with Mrs. Harry %  man. Iwnie Troop Ceremonies |d at Co-Leader's Home rownie Troop 309, sponsored %  he Ladies' Auxiliary of the al Gables Post 243, Jewish War trans, held their "fly-up" cerelies on Wednesday at the home uieir co-leader, Mrs. Gertrude Idson. eadcr of the troop is Mrs. LenlEhrens. Ceremonies were conled by Mrs. Josephine Barnes. t is neighborhood chairman of. (Auburndale District, and the 'ediction was given by Mrs. JenGolub, chaplain of the sponsorI Auxiliary. ponsors presented the girls their Girl Scout pins, wings World Association pins. A ly for the girls and their guests owed. 'National Fellowship League' Gets State Charter Here A state charter has been granted to the National Fellowship League 3 '222 1 „ a nd cul,ura > organization at 3098 Alton rd„ Miami Beach it was announced here by Sam Siegal, founder. Describing the proposed activities of the group, Siegal said, •this ISa non political, non sectarian group which has been formed on the idea that, in an area such as this, where many people arrive as strangers, there should be a meeting place for single professional and business men and women, with a planned program of events, including noted lecturers, dances, dinner parties, concerts and card parties. "The League will answer a longrecognized need in the Miami area, affording both tourists and residents the opportunity to make new social contacts, meet people from their own part of the country, and participate in group cultural activities." +tei*tnKrMt*„ m Agers to be Feted I Rabbi's Residence abbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowill be hosts to teen agers of North Shore Jewish Center at ecial garden party in their new Hi on Sunday afternoon, May ie group, organized by Rabbi amowitz, consists of boys and Is who attend Sunday morning Hces and breakfasts. The teen rs are affiliated with the Na^al Youth Group of the Conjrative movement. Gertler Calls for Convention Facility Over 350 people in the Blackstone hotel auditorium this week heard Judge Charles Gertler present his platform for election to the City Council of Miami Beach. Gertler pointed to a report "that the Southern Baptist Convention meeting last week in Miami passed a resolution stating that they would not hold their future conventions in any city which did not have the auditorium facilities to accommodate over 10,000 people. "Miami Beach can be the greatest convention city in America if we would build a convention hall which will seat 20,000 and have exhibition space in excess of 100,000 square feet. Adequate convention facilities, no matter where they are placed on Miami Beach, will spread good for all areas. South Beach certainly must benefit by the influx of convention delegates." Gertler also stated that one of the main points of his platform was the senior citizen program, specifically permitting civil service to increase age limits for certain jobs. "Insurance statistics have shown that the life span of our people has been increased immeasurably in the past decade. Certainly we are depriving ourselves and our city of mature, sound thinking people, if we do not make use of the capabilities and experience of our older people," Gertler said. Alfred Stone, South Beach civic leader and hotel operator, spoke in behalf of Gertler's candidacy, and said he was "happy indeed to lend my personal endorsement to Gertler." Other speakers of the evening were Burton Loebl and Mai Englander, who head the Judge's drive in the South Beach area, and Paul Sciderman, former assistant district attorney of Kings County, New York. PAGE 9 A Isidore Schwartz (left), welfare chairman of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami, is shown receiving a plague in recognition of his contribution to the organization. Looking on are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president; Mrs. Samuel Geltner, recording secretary; and Ethel Johnson, board member Let Mvli in ./. Richard Fight Your Wight — Vote Right PULL LEVER 7-A TO ELECT MELVJN J. RICHARD YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN I • CITY JUDGE AT A6E M 0VEISMS NAVY VETERANW. W. II PAST PRESIDENT JUNIOR CHAMBER Of COMMERCE BOAtO MEM1ER-PAST VICE-PRES., B'NAI %  UiTH. NORTH SHORE 10GGE CHARTER MEMBER [IKS LODGE, 1601 AMERICAN LE6MN, POST IS VETERANS Of FOREIGN WARS • CIVIC LEAGUE JEWISH WAR VETERANS • TEMPLE BETH SMOtOM SERVE* 4 YEARS AS A MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN


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PAGE 2 B -JmlstifhrAfter Eleven Hopefuls Vie for Four City Council Seats as Primary Due 31st we** SsTThat Friday • Miami Beach voter* go to the the last day on which voters who Tuesday. May 31 to Dll (oar will be out ol town May 31 can -ie> on the Beach City Counca> t absentee h..Uots 0 *e mu t^an^ kicjaai eieciMMiv VVing lor the four 11 candidates Incumbents, whose seats on the council are being sought by seven other hopefuls, include Councilmen D Lee P Marcie B Liberman. Harold Turk and Burnett Roth Other candi dates include Samuel Halpenn. .Leonard Wien. Charles Gertler. Charles F Ball Martin -Dread. Mel\in Richard and Chart* Wea court N • up for ele rer.r are Crippled Children's Society Will Hear Slate on Monday Crippled Children's Socie" ~ •; i ^ ual T^""* M nday %  "May 30. at the Columbus hoM ayor H aro S Vrce Mayer eers to be presented I the nominating committee mH W. Keith Phillips, Jr. presi\>hn H Halliburton vice -.%  resident: Frank 0 Pruitt. Jr. ice president. Mrs. Marshall S Scott secretary, and Jerome C Hofmayer. treasurer Executive committee Walter H Beckham. Jr amin. Mrs R M JerMrs Comer J Kimball. R B Robert ID. Mrs Glenn F Warren Mrs. H B Wells. Honorary board of directors inRoscoe Brunstetter. Mr* lam A Dunn. Mrs Alexander if Jr. Mr> C H Reeder and Mr> Robert R Taylor he board sill be Mrs Paul \ Uses, Mrs P. B Chrisman Jr. Vernon R EsteveJv.hr. L -man Maurice R Bar Jr Mrs Earl R Haruick C Hector. Mrs Francis Mrs James L K: Barrj M Steven* Mrs Jack %  CT Paul D Mc Leslie D Moore. Mrs Philip Moore. T V Moore. III. Allen • Stuart W Par Richard B Plumer Mrs George B .'r Roy R Schechter and Laura Sutler Represent;: i Alpha Chi O -r.ae Chapter wili be Mrs Har Beam Representing Miami tats *.:: be Dr E : ->"er From Miami I -• Leonard Overholder Harald Spaet and Councilman Ber nard A Frank Tomlinsor. said that a total of 19.816 voters were registered for the election, as compared with 19 621 two years ago This year's election will be the first to be held under the ne law which de. .^ manes a primary and a run-off n ,j contest when there are more than 1 eight candidates Besides the election of the four councilmen. a 222.MAYB Over 3.000 individu, I*** Bdueation h "W < Sfol> of crcatem.j*'*^ --.sasaa -hed history, Surrounded by a group of four and five-year-old pint-aized graduates is Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk. Turk was featured speaker recently at the pre-kindergarten school graduation in Miami Beach. Mrs. Arlen in Second Term as President of Miami Women's Unit Miss June Cutting, state director multi-milhoo dollar I of United Cerebral Palsy of Florbond i<5sue will be submitted to the free holders for approval Three of the eleven hopefuls for the four vacancies will be eliminated in the May 31 primary The eight high men will have their ida. was installing officer for the Miami Women's I'nit of United Cerebral Palsy Association last week at the Miami Woman 5 Club Mrs Claire Arlen was installed for her second year as president %  —-e" ---.. — %  • .u.v iin 11 ——— —--*.* %  _-*.*• %  -%  at speakers included Mr. Frank Smathers. president of board of directors of United Cerebral Palsy of Miami, and Franklin Saunders. administrator of United Cerebral Palsy Clinic Musical portion of the program was a vocal selection by Lenore Goldstein. %  n Hebrew ; ceremonies. I-rlTandT? 5 I Program mciu.ie. both JJ 1 ^ ~hool and -he „.?£*£ Program of the afternrw, T* M-rk, n the te" ,,£?,!** ••tedtoestabh-hane""^ norm in achieve,*?^ ous subject. andwiu'Jjj basis of comparison o(lM menl w„h las, year. £*2 Profram includes a *£*, objective test „, Hebrew Jfi ed nationally by the AmtntaTl socution for j e w,„ KS" Mrs. Matilda H Ra, n *fl president, announced thai \^1 ing program is under the aa2 sion of Louis Schwartanan^1 live director, and Herbert'3 director of extension artmt?.| the Bureau M Mrs. Ratner also announced*., the annual interschool gndtsai exercises of the Bureau iJTI held this year at the Mian la] ens Club on Thursday. } m A Thus year's graduation will uxj* graduates of Temple Beth Shtht Temple Emanu-El. North a. Jewish Center. Miami Hean School and Beth David Cotpaj tion. Si Golden Ae Clobs Meet Senior Fnendship Club of Flag.raaada Jewish Comm. is host to the TOWT. and Beach Branch Golden Age Groups Sunday afternoon Program of entertainment ined Dorothy Roth. Erna Der -ler Harry Shame*. Donna Sher mar.. Betty Guberman and the choral group directed by Mildred Draizar Maurice Shaw, chairman of the Sea : F.-..:. nhap CM it-d t maauejty saaging and presented an award for outstanding x Mr and Mrs Bea Jonas Refreshments were in charge of Mrs GVSMC Fellman and Mr Sam Gables Center to Confirm fifteen Students Friday Fifteen students u ill be confirmed during Shavuoth services Fnday evening at Coral Gables JewCenter. Confirmands include Judith Robert Beck. Jonathan Noel Ba-. km. Myrna Helen Dolinger. H. Ju dith Flashman. Minam Sue Frank. Susan Hiller. Brenda Joyce Hochman. Anita Louise Jacobson. Jacqueline Elizabeth K a m p. Jack Lawrence Kopelman. Eisa Nancv Levick. Gerald Wayne Marks. Jacquely n Barbara P a d d o r. Philip • Arthur SUverstooe II and Elinor Beatrice Sockloff Rabbi Morns Skop will officiate Mr* Joel Belov and Robert Str. burg will present certificates of honor Confirmation Bibles will be presented by Sam Weissel. pres. dent Tercentenary cantata, by j Strassburg and entitled •Proclaim Liberty will be featured at the ce LET'S LOOK AT THE RECORD! Butchers Get Charter The Dade County Kosher ButcherGuild, formed to protect the buying public, received its charter Friday from Circuit Judge J Fritr Gordon. Officers are Jack Pomeranu. president: Herman Dale. Phil Romer. vice presidents: Hyman Zaidman. treasurer: Jerry Deutsch. secretary, and Norman Kaplan, financial secrelarv [ Spear Ori! headedji^!!!?!!?? CuurOaTP' Tam ]u%t few Good Keasons Turk W by V Should KteP M ur 0 rfc for Miami Beaeb \ Member of Board of Fellows, Brondcis University Temple Emonu El B'noi B'rith Beth Tfiloh Boord of Directors, Hebrew Academy I*th Jacob Greater Miami Jewish Federation I 9arai change* bands Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. honorary Ha prwsidant ok Hebrew Academy Woman, rums er the gaweJ to Mr*. Irrinc PirteL newly elected president. at an i i i sa ifint k ui l imrtt aau last week in the Fontainebleau (Pd IVl Ad, Pull Lever 9-A Re-elect Harold TURK Councilman



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PAGE 10 A Jelstincrk*oti Gables Zionists Plan 'Living Magazine 1 Eve Coral Cables ZionUt n,-trict will present a Li\-ins Magazine on fanaT at its next regular meetine on Thursday. June 2. at the Coral M Jewish Center. Editor in-ehief is Seymour B. Liebtnon. national executive of the ZOA. Travel editor \a Rev. Edward I'llrich. pastor of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Miami, who has recently returned from a trip; to Israel. AjBOMBMIltfl will he edit.',! I>\ the student Zionist organization Israel dance team of the 1'niver Mt> of .Miami. Education editor :Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. in~tructor at the University Of Miami Publisher is Danie! (ravitt. president of the Coral Cables ZOA. | Max Friedson and Mrs. Morris Simon have arranged the program, and Mrs. Max Friedson has charge of refreshments FRIDAY MAYi^ Beth Jacob Congregation Plans Double Celebration Beth Jacob Congregation is planning a double celebration on Sdnday evening. June 5. A banquet will honor newly elected officers for the year 1953 and 1956. at which time Leo Meyer, president, and ail other officerwill be installed by Rabbi Akru Chili, spiritual leader. A special tribute will also be given '.'> the oldest member of the board. Louil Bloomfield. and Mrs. Bloomfield. on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr and MrBloomfield were married in 1905 in Boston, Man They have been residents of Miami and Miami Beach for the last 31 year-, coming here in 1924 Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell, who has waived his light to an immunity auto sticker, pays a traffic fine last week to Mrs. Ruth Katzoff at police headquarters. The dollar parkOfficer William Miner, right. ing ticket was meted out by Powell Announces Continued Progress D. I.ee Powell, farmer Miami Beach major and councilman this week r,r>nounced his "continued progress program at a meeting of his workerat campaign hcadquarN i Pow II lisfa I eight specific points in his platform which he -uul he would continue to work on snd develop. He listed also hiac compli-hii i ntduring his 13-year tenure as the people's reprcsenla live to the city council. Among his pledges was development of the Pan American Trade i Center so tourist interest would be | stimulated for Miami Beach; work for development of convention business to improve summer business and make Miami Beach truly a 12-month resort. He said he would continue working on Miami Beach's street and bridge widening program to ulti mately solve traffic problems "by providing safe, adequat" streets and increased parking facilities'' Powell said he would continue to -trive for further beautification of Miami Beach; continue efforts to improve the city's storm drainage facilities; continue helping to improve the police department through additional personnel and facilities: and continue to insist on increased efficiency in city organization with resulting tax savings. In recent campaign speeches, Powell pointed out "that more than $450,000 in revenues have been received by the city through a franchise arrangement with Miami Beach Railway Company I negotiated, which provides for a cro-s receipts tax on the bus company for the privilege of operating on city streets." Powell also said he saved the city $50,000 on construction of the 63rd st. bridge and overpass in 1951 when, as Mayor, he arranged a waiver of existing regulations by the Federal Government permitting the city to purchase struc tural steel direct from the mills. Chcrles (Chuck) Hall, spent his entire Saturday relaxing and enjoying the air show of the Armed Forces Day program ct the Marine Corps Air Station ot Opa Locka with two bus loads of Miami Beach ch:!dren to whom he played host, fall ^ show:-, here introducing Col. R. C. Manaxum, Commanding Officer of the air base, and Brig. Gen. W. G. Manley. Commander. Third Marine Air Winn, who put on the complete show for the entire area Saturday. Hall Emphasizes Campaign Platform le> F Chuck Hali. 37-jreer old candidate for Miami Beach Councl. a Miami Beach apart ment and hotel owner an 1 I < %  professor of lannnees ;>* Northwestern l ni-. er-ity. this week said he wou'd fight to s,.p juvenile B nth and^Tji principal speaker and discussed presideni 1f \\ le Fl ori ^ Q, '^| ;Attv n the !lih Seas — lerafion ol B'nai • %  **] lv, rM,y f noridTTn "i Brit, IFFEil INDUSTRIES. INC. COR Al GABLES, FIORIDA SUB-CONTRACTOR-SPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALL/ ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOFKJ ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH 4 J VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING suj INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPIJ COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATIOHI EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGJ S OLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL BO QSJ FOR 2.^ YEAR S tZuAtcUf-Se'wicc Piiu FREE ESTIMATES Da.de Fede WITH RESOURCES NOW EXCEEDING 75 MILLION DOLLARS has HOME FINANCING individuals and builders will appreciate ... 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JRY. MAY 27, 1955 1 -Jmlsti thrktlnn if Women's Group •s Mrs. Eisenstein Head K>ther Eisenstein has been president of Miami Beach r, Mizrachi Women's Organ: officers recently named elude the MesiiHie.-. JOkpb E. [Brenner, Anna iBerow and Ida Wessel, honor|a r y presidents; [Pauline Chill, [Louis Lustig, I David Schechter, [Joseph Babad, Toby J a f f e e, [Rose Gechman and Harry Sir, vice presidents. Mesdames Samuel Grundhonorary treasurer; Harvey sr, treasurer; Louis Lustig, kponding secretary; Arnold [recording and financial secMesdames Nat Hochman, rVs.sel, Harry Sir, Rose Schand Sol Silberman, trusrd of directors includes the ^mes Fanny Abrams, Gussie Gerdie Bergad, Sarah FarIda Friedman, Yetta FreedI.ena Kramer, Sarah Katz, I.evine, Abraham Mostow, %  a Migdol, Helen Pollack, IK Sarah Silverstein, Anna ', Ida Strouch, Martha and Rose Schneider. Is-in-Brief Club ills Mrs. Goldberg put) -fifth annual installation of the Books-in-Brief Club Id on Monday at Beef and restaurant. After dinner, lors met at the home of Mrs. Pallot on Alton rd., where p-rmal installation took place. literary club w.as organized kcomber, 1930, for the purU reviewing books, discussing It events and to seek culknowledge. Charter memire Mrs. Charted Feldman, |na Goldberg, Mrs. I. L. ReisMid Mrs. Louis^Heiman. i. Feldman installed Mrs Ina kerg, president; Mrs. Jack I, vice president; Mrs. Louis [, secretary; Mrs. Minna R. [treasurer. Mrs. Mell also is tub's lifetime librarian. ;r members are Mrs. Harry i, Mrs. Mike Kofkin, Mrs. Weinberg, Mrs. I. L. ReisMrs. Charles Feldman and Louis Heiman. .hard Points Past Record |vin Richard this week pointthat he was responsible for at reduction in three areas of li Beach of one-way streets, [compiling an 18-page report research over a long period lie. L'II the council adopted my imendations, traffic congesalleviated throughout the and many traffic problems id." he said. Hiard added that he collected Icupational license taxes from ln.il insurance companies the I of $15,000 over a period of ays, and permanently placed lie records of the City of MijBeach from the same source per year. hvas personally responsible for Construction of the new club at Bayshore Golf Course. jfhen I became a member of [City Council, I conducted a Sy to determine why golf jses in other areas operated at Ofit, while those at the Beach [money," Richard said. %  chard says he discovered that |her areas the concessions were out on bids, while in Miami ph they were given free to the |agers of the courses. M a result of my finally inng the council to let out the issions on public bids, the golf ses immediately commenced to P 2 a profit, and it was these Its saved up year after year fch were finally used to build [beautiful new club house at tore," Richard declared. PAGE 11 A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32 WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY between 25 • 35. Write Mr. L., Box 2973, Miami 18. For Rent—1-Bedroom Apt. with jalousied porch, knotty pine walls, near transportation, high school, auditorium, shopping. Dcplex side-by-side. Adults. 2995 S.W. 2nd Street. Support Councilman Burnett Roth installs newly elected officers of the Cerebral Palsy Association. Next to Councilman Roth is Mrs. Arthur Mark, chairman of the installation program, Mrs. Abraham Wasserman, president, Mrs. Elihu Andron, past president and Roth Asks For Bond Issue Councilman Burnett Roth made public this week an appeal to the freeholders of Miami Beach to support the bond issue, which has to be voted on in the general election of June 7. "The bond Issue for various improvements in our city is a non partisan issue. No matter what the issues are in this campaign, every qualified freeholder should make it his duty to vote on these projects on Election Day. "There are many worthwhile projects to be voted on. Some voters will oppose some projects and favor others," Roth said. "Whatever your feelings are in the matter, go out and vote." "Let us not lose all the improvements by default and negligence. I know it is virtually impossible to please everybody. But there should be a majority of the citizens public spirited enough to want to improve this beautiful city of ours, and k eep it that way for generations to come." Roth instructed all his workers to urge all freeholders to vote for the bond issue on that day, regardless whether the voters are his supporters or not. founder, and Cerebral Palsy Clinic director Franklin F. Sounders. Installation took place in the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Councilman Roth is vice president of the organization. Free Room, Private Bath and Food lo nvrldle-aqed woman in exe'-ange fot slu-jht housekeeping service which will not interfere with her act ..ties. Widower's lovely home on BeacK prefer year-round. References reo-ired. Mr. F.. Box 2973, Miami IS. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Ui,underslg*ned ( doslrlnc i<> engage >" biiKlm M under the fictitious nami of REIVH ii. ( iTinvi: STORE, at 17M1 South Federal Highway, int. nde i" i raid name with the Clerk ..r %  cult Court -if Dade < 'ouni s. Florida. JULES ARON KDWARD A RONS Attorn*j fot Applicant 5/27 — 8/3-10-1? Masada Plans Oneg Shabbat, Other functions Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will hold an Oneg Shabbat at the home of Sam Soldinger, 1635 Bay dr., Friday night. Mlsa Barbara Bloom and Stanly Josowitz, program co-chairmen, have announced that Oil Rappaport, Florida director of the Zionist Organization of America, will be guest speaker. On Saturday night, May 28, the district will present a beach party and moon light swim at the -Irip of beach on Ocean Drive just south of Pier Park. Plans have also been completed for the eighth annual Installation dinner and dance, according to Bernice Dacks, chairman of the affair. The installation will be held at the Nautilus hotel on June 12. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 179775 .-•\.\in-:i, KI >l/rxow and i. II.UK KOLTNOW, hla wife, Ptatntl NELLIE BAKER, a widow; el al., Defi NOTICE TO APPEAR T< I: (]> OLIVER P BAKER and ANNIE B \KKlt, hla I-1 eeport, New York a i?) ANNIE BAKER, a widow Freeuort, New STork I i % %  ITHERIXM E8TELLE Ri IRERTK. %  widow Budd Lake, New York ( !i ERMA HINER, a widow Kl CM Ion, Calif la I.'.) PANSY I. CONNOR, %  widow Mt.'i Pai Iftc Ai -ii ir. San nclau '. California l 6 ( All unUnnu :t hi Ira, '!, intoCH, assignee*, llenoi .%  Hoi s. truataea or other u claiming by, through, undei or against WILLIAM it. BAKER, Deceased: m IVEH I BAKER. Deceased; BENJAMIN A. BAKER, .in. Deceased: HATTIK BAKER, Deceased, also known as HARRIET II.M\ BAKER, Dei aaed: BENJAMIN BAKER, sit Deceased: I,I:.MII:I. BAKER, Deaed: MARY E. SAWYER BAKER, Deceased; and CARL BAKER, Deceased, 17i \i,ii if gnj "f the :>! % % %  ". %  named defendanta be dead, the heirs, devisees, grantees, assign. Honors, truateea, credit ira an %  "i her pai < lea i In i mlng by, I h i undi Insl the abo> e • ndantK I-I The unknown spouses of any at the above named Defendants, iio And nil pa tli known ur unknown, having or claiming to nave anj right, tit!.or Interest li the following described property, iltuate, I) ins .11 I being in I Mil,, i '..iinf., 1lornl.i. t" it : Lot W of SAWYER AND ROBERT8 Al 'DITION, aci oi ding to the Pint thereof, recorded in Plat i ik :'.. .it Page 27 nf the Public Re ords ol I "ade County, rl< v. >l' AN 1 1 BACH OK Yl >r are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint I-I yuli-t Title t" the above di :.;ii property has been filed agnlnsl v and you are required to a << the Clerk ol Ui, i :j| rri on HI before the Xoth day of June, 1958. if you tall to do so, ludgmem by default in be "i-f deLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN Hint the umlei-alcned. desiring to engagi In business under the fi.-iltlmia name of FIBERGLASS INDUSTRIES Ot MIAMI, at 3710 N.W. .".0th Street Intends to register said name with the Clerk ui the Clrcull Court of Dane J U,ty 'GEKBHON BERNSTEIN 5/27 — S/3-10-17 ROOM & BOARD IN WMVATI H0MI Hr 2 •Wtrly aeoale, ttrittly koiher, vary reotaa•fele. Pimm 3-47$. 2740 S.W. 5th Street. WANTED ROOM & BOARD IN PRIVATE HOME for gldarly lady. Prwfwr hme> with practical nuring car*. Ph. 34730. taken aagalnsl v for the relle i,-.nui' I In the Bill of ("omiilalnt Tinnotice aholl be publish.-il once each week for t'Ui in consecutive In THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN. DONE AM> ORDERED at Mianit. Florida, this 19th day v( May, A.D. K. B, LEATHERN \x. r*|rk, Circuit Court Hade County. I lot i.l.i By JOAN COL'RNOYER, (Circuit Court s.alI Deput) Clerk QEOROE CHERTKOP Attorney for Plaintiffs ,;i.; Olympla Building. .Miami 3.'. Flu. 5/27 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnesH under the fictitious name of pi .ST BRl'NCH AND SODA, at l.>0 Giralda AveBtMJ, Coral Gables. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. •"V>"d. j osRpH ^ MYRA lAJGEL l/tJ — 8/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. iK-nlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of WALTERS BEAUTY SALON, at 13251 N.W. 7th Ave., intends to regis„., said name with the Cfa* Of O* Circuit Court of ^•,K, u SA?bTOnlnt JOHN W. SLLLh.NHi.RGER S/20-27 — l/S-10 LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32422-B RE: ESTATE OF SAM JACKS! IN, Iv eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given that we for Kin. 11 11 of the tati ol SAM JACKSON, dcthal "ti the 20th June, I'.' .. we a ill applj to I he H"tiPli.i Ida, fo' approval "f as no i and I final C is Co of the Estate of SA M JACKS' IN, '! %  %  %  ESTHER STRICKI R 1.11.1.IK STrltCKLl I: u in E, K.'tt of MYERS, HEIMAN .^KAPLAN Attorney for Co-I Ixecutrii .. WANTED: MIDDLE.AGE WOMAN TO Share Lovely 2-Bedroom Apt. in Southweat section, ideally lo;ated. 120.C0 a month (or rent. Share housekeeping. Must have references Call 82-1003 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai th,in MIAMI I'll K CO., 1(11 S A ^-.liit name 1.-: k ol %  he I'll ill 'our; nt Dade i'..unt\. Elorlda. M I.. ZANK ". 20-27 — t 1-10 House of Pictures Miami's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oils Engravings Modern — Trad'i'3nal Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs 6237 Biscoyne Blvd. Ph. 849812 Abbey Stove & Appliance Co. 1095 N.W. 23rd STREET SPECIALIZING IN NEW AND RECONDITIONED STOVES AH Makes Serviced and Repi.red Dial 65-2031 Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3540 N.W. 54th Sf. Florida's Largest Wholesale Manufacturer of Picture Frames, Mo Jings and Framed Pictures Leo (Mment Phone 651241 TUNE TO CHANNEL 4 SEE AND HEAR SAM HALPERIN ON WTVJ TODAY 3:25 3:30 P.M. (THURSDAY) • AND ALSO ON WTVJ WATCH 4 HALPERIN FRIDAY 4:55 5:00 P.M. 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IFRIDAY. MAY 27, .1955 Dr. Rosenberg Will Address Atlanta (Children's Service Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, f\eculive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will address the 79th annual meeting of She Jewish Children's Service in Mlanta, Ga., on Sunday, May 29. Announcement of Dr. Rosenerg's appearance was made by srmand May, president of the iewish Children's Service there. The Atlanta organization is a regional agency serving the states [f Florida, Georgia. North and South Carolina and Virginia. The Igcncy, in conjunction with FedIralion and the Jewish Family %  ervice of Miami, has recently developed a child care program to be lirected by the 'family service to |d children in need. Dr. Rosenberg was formerly l( hi director of the National CounI of Jewish Federations and Weipre Funds and is a nationally bcogniied authority in the field of bcial welfare. +Jec;ir class. [inusual feature of the closing ercises was the presentation of [volume by the second grade. Leaves of the volume are made of coins contributed by children throughout the year and is being given to the library fund of the Beth David P.T.A. Greetings were extended by Her bert E. Scher, president of Beth David Congregation, as well as Mrs. Rose Schreidell, president of the P.T.A.; Mrs. Harold Berney, president of Sisterhood; and Max Jacobson, president of the Men's Club. Holds Music Recital Berte Long presented a recital of music, honoring two students. Roger Reece and Georgia Kirifides, at the home of Olive Dungan, 650 NE 68th st, Wednesday evening. In addition to Reece and Miss Kirifides, appearing were Teddy Zangwell, Judy Bernard, Marvine Christmas, Carrie Lee Pellicer, Martha Sampson and Eleanor Forgiane. PERSONALIZED SERVICE "ART" "AMUR*" "AMI" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Bee'y Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street Pull Lever 3A ELECT DIGNIFIED BUSINESSMAN CHARLES II A I I "GiutJz" HALL COUNCILMAN MIAMI BEACH WTVJ-TV — MON. — 2:40-2:45 P.M. WGBS-TV — MON. — !0:3O-10:35 P.M. (Pel. I\>1. Adv.) ing the next two years will increase our non-supervisory employees by 7,000. our department managers .by 600 to 800, and our store managers by 100." Florida branch manager Abraham Maloff stated that in his opinion the continuing rapid growth of Food Fair is the result primarily of a concept handed down by the founders, to take the time to understand people, "and to be human themselves." During the meeting Harold Food Fair Executives in Annual Meeting, Progress Data Told More than 250 executive personCU8, "Our expansion program dur nel of Pood Fair Stores of Florida. Inc., including store managers and their wives, met at the Shelborne hotel on Miami Beach last week for the second annual review and pre view meeting and dinner-dance. Louis B. Stein, Food Fair president, of Philadelphia, Pa., stated that Food Fair's 1954-55 fiscal year saw all goals of growth and accomplishment set the year before, not only met but exceeded. "We have faith in the continuance of our national economy on a high level, and with continued population increases. Food Fair must grow. S50.000.000 investment in new stores and facilities is scheduled over the next two years. "The retail food industry is the biggest business on earth. Supermarket operations such as Food Fair have helped immeasurably to cut Mrs. Consumer's food budget." In the same vein, Samuel Friedland, Food Fair founder and now chairman of the board, who resides on Miami Beach, said "it is no longer just a vision that Food Fair will reach the billion dollar mark in annual sales volume. Every new store we open brings us closer to that figure. And with expansion will continue to come new opportunities for employment in areas in which we operate more store personnel, more executives." Executive vice president Meyer B. Marcus, of Philadelphia, told the group that Food Fair's sales increase last year alone equalled the gain made in the entire 25 year period prior to 1945. Said Mr. Mar-Friedland, director of store operations, presented ten-year service pins to Martin Marrich and Neil*. Dalrymple, and five-year pins to Max Handshu, I'. Messina, Thomas Hanlon. V. Montesano, R, H. Truitt, 0 ear Shostak and Harold Parker. Frank Catterson, director of employee and public relations, aftted as master of ceremonies. luncheon, Cord Party Due On Wednesday noon, June 1. B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will have a luncheon and card party at the Coral Gables Women's Club, Mrs. Herman Goldstein is chairman. f '•* Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board ui i uuu IUUI undresses annual meeting of the chain at the Shelborne hotel. a minute to • a delight to eat x •'. a midsummer's treat No need to labor over a hot Btove to prepare delicious Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Just heat them and eat them! They're ready in a jiffy! Packed in a tomato sauce, made from thespecially bred Heinz Aristocrat Tomato As the saying goes:—"A mechaya!" Select either label They're both the same beans! HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS ^STRICTLY KOSHER # *How About Heinz Beans Tonight?' Tne(Q)seol of endorsement of the UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA is on the front of the label.



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)AY. MAY 27, 1955 iLOBAL SHORTS *JeUtnrMton PAGE 3 B )r t Growing Uneasiness in %  el Over Security Problem pASHINGXPN (WNS)—A growconfidence in Israel in ecokic developments but increasuneasiness over the security ilem and international relays was reported here this week M'.n'l circles that keep in touch recent developments there, pas said that security worries resulted from Israel's sense [isolation in the face of the Wing pattern of western dele arrangements with the lief Act Called 'Fraud;' is Only 563 Admitted WASHINGTON (WNS>— calling Refugee Relief Act a "fraud" a "deceptive fake which decy demands we rectify," Rep. In D. Davidson, of New York, loduced a bill in Congress to love administration of the Act the jurisdiction of Scott Mc1, State Department security fcf. and to remove all ethnic rerements from the law. He rged that only 503 immigrants arrived in this country in 18 iiths under the measure which designed to admit 214.000 in ninths. rman Woman Faints After %  ring of Mass Poisonings [If ANKFURT (WNS) — At a ll of German chemical manu |urer Dr. Gerhard Peters, an fcrly woman juror fainted in Irt when she heard Peters ex|n calmly how a lethal cyanide luct of his own invention and lufacture, known as "Zyklon was injected into closed rooms ] concentration camps through Jwer-type nozzles. Dr. Peters is gg tried here for being "an acisory" to the murder of 300.000 rs in Nazi gas chambers. of the Western Powers, as well as a catalogue of instructions from Hitler, Himmler and other top Nazis for the extermination of European Jewry, will be administered by the International Red Cross under an international .committee. Hanan Cidor, an Israel official, re vealed at a press conference here this week. Lehman Gets AJCongress Award as Civil Libertarian WASHINGTON (WNS) — Sen Herbert H. Lehman was this week presented with the 1953 Stephen Wise award by the American Jewish Congress. The award, consisting of a bronze plaque and a $1,000 check, was given the Senator by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Congress, for his "eloquent and courageous defense of civil liberties which have been the bulwark of our American democracy." 1 Dulles Will Testify On McCarran-Walter Act WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., were requested this week by chairman Harley M. Kilgore, of the Senate Judiciary Committee, to appear at hearings to be held in the near future on the entire question of immigration law revision. The demand for such revision has arisen as a result of public discontent with the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act and the operation of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. Present at the conference were delegates from England, France, the Netherlands, Italy, the Saar. Switzerland and West Germany and an officials observer from Austria. Iholic, Labor Publications |il Salk as Answer BETROIT (WNS) — The accomihments of Dr. Jonas Salk, dislerer of the anti-polio vaccine, re pointed to in an editorial in "Michigan Catholic" this week [ a reply to professional antiJnites. A similar editorial, enled "So You Don't Like the Vs." appears in the current issue She Detroit Labor News. "It alsl seems providential that the Jior of defeating the fearful %  urge of polio should have fallen l;i member of a group so often, fa so unfairly, the butt of hate|den calumny," the editorial in 'Michigan Catholic" stated. Eisenhower Names Orthodox Leader as Federal Judge NEW YORK (WNS) — President Eisenhower this week named William B. Herlands. former Commissioner of Investigation of New York State, to be a Federal Judge of the Southern District of New York. Mr. Herlands is honorary president and former president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, has served on the board of trustees of Yeshiva University and has been actively connected with the American Jewish Committee, Synagogue Council and Jewish Statistical Bureau. Center to Combat Bigotry Established in Saarbruecken SAARBRUECKEN (JTA)—A liaison center of the European Society for Christian Jewish Cooperation was established here this week by representatives of the movement from eight countries. 0/ on your #0 insured savings MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings institution iLincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. • 71st and Harding Ave. • 665 Washington Ave. — or save by mail HiEducators Scored for Plans To Convene in Bigot Resort NEW YORK (JTA) — The New York advisory board of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith scored the New York State Association for supervision and curriculum development for deciding to go ahead with plans to hold its 1955 convention at an Adirondack resort which discriminates against Jewish guests during the resort season. The ADL action came in the form of a resolution voted at a meeting of the advisory board. irliament Defeats pmmunist Motion -:in;SALEM (WNS)—By a vote 157 to 7, with 14 abstentions, the fael Parliament this week dented a communist motion of nonnfidence in the Government. The mmunist motion had criticized flense Minister David Ben-Gurfor an "arrogant, sabre-ratfcg" speech on Independence Premier Moshe Sharett, who %  plied for the government, stated %  at Mr. Ben-Gurion had propoundnothing new in his address. Mexican Cabinet Members In Memorial to Einstein MEXICO CITY (JTA) — A memorial meeting to Dr. Albert Einstein was held here under the auspices of the Technion Society with the participation of leading Mexican scientists, educators and members of the government. The meeting was held in the Palacio de Bellas Artes. It was attended by several Cabinet members, Nabor Carrillo, rector of the National University of Mexico; Yosef Kessary, Israel Minister to Mexico; and representatives of the embassies of tlje United States and Switzerland. taxwell Raab Honored It Dinner in Boston [BOSTON (WNS) — At the 18th nnual dinner of the Massachusetts Dmmittee of Catholics, Protests and Jews, held here this leek, Maxwell Rabb, White House Ide and Secretary to the Cabinet, fa^ cited for his contributions to rotherhood. Others who received Itations were Gen. Walter Bedell pith. Maryland Gov. Theodore IcKeldin and Jack Benny, radio ind television comedian. ted Cross Takes Over trlosen Archives in Germany LONDON (JTA) — The International Tracing Service at Arolsen, jermany, which is a complete catalogue of all those imprisoned and Pone to death in Naxi concentrafion camps liberated by the troops Soviet Bars Transfer of Remains of Yiddish Writer NEW YORK (WNS)—When Dr. Samuel Eliashev was Israel's Ambassador to Moscow he submitted a request to the Soviet Government for permission to transfer to Israel t h e remains of Mendele Mother Shorim, the Grandfather of Yiddish literature, it was reported here this week by the Forward, Yiddish daily. Mendele died in the winter of 1918 and was buried on the old cemetery of the Jewish community o f Odessa. When the Nazis captured Odessa, they desecrated the cemetery, tearing down Mendcle's tombstone and its surrounding gate. 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ky, MAY 27. 19SS ;. Cypen Again ids Sisterhood Irving Cypen has been re|d president of the Sisterhood Iniple Emanu-EI. leduled to be installed with K'ypen at the Fontainebleau Ijune 5, when the Temple will | a joint installation dinner I of its sisterhood. Men's Club % .T.A., are the following: —orary president, Mrs. Morris %  bin: honorary vice president, fining Lehrman; vice presiMesdames Jules Channing, Ian Giller, Sherman Kaplan Jerman Mechlowitz; treasurer, %  William Rubenstein; recordcretary, Mrs. Simon E. RuTfinancial secretaries, MesJulius J. Perlmutter and I Wiesen: corresponding secs. Mesdames Max Bauer and Brick; auditor, Mrs. Harry i; social secretary, Mrs. Rot'eitz; chaplain, Mrs. Joseph n. presidents advisory commitilcsdames Jack Falk, Isidore kan. Harry G. Rogers, Joseph hse, Morris S. Rubin and Ira llscy. Ird of directors consists of lines Joseph Abelow, Arthur lib.ium. Benjamin I. Binder, Boderman, Henry Cove, RayFeiner, George Feuer, Samhedland, Charles Pruchtman, Ice Gans, Saul Genet, Harry en, Samuel Ginsberg, Ben Cinsburg, Jacob Glassman, le Goldberg, Jerome GoodLillian Goodman, Benjamin ni Samuel J. Halperin, Nat fcff. Theodore Hankoff, Henry Ian. Anna Wolfe Hirshman, Ian Jacobs, Joseph Kanter, |r Koretzky, David Levinson. dames Joseph Lipton, Sam lipton, Louis E. Lubin, Samuel L Milton Malter, Morris MedIbraham Mindes, Philip Neu\ Albert Ossip, Louis Pollack, Protzel, Charles Rosengar i. A. Rothstein, Raymond Ru^larry Seligman, Jack silverjo' Chairman of Board Wolfson has been appoint b.urman of the board Of dili of Agudath Israel Hebrew full'. Isaac S. Smith, president, jnced Wednesday. Ilson, of 1905 Calais dr., is Ident of the St. Louis Club of lei" Miami. +Jewlst>rhrMlati PAGE 7B Mrs. Irving Cypen man, Milton Sirkin, Milton Smith. Alfred Stone, Alex Sussman, George Talianoff, Bertram Thorpe, Sidney Teller, Irwin Weinstein, Benjamin B. Wolff and Raphael Yunes. AZA Installs 17 Members Hurricane Chapter of Aleph Zadik Aleph formally initiated 171 new members at a regular meeting | of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge in Hillel House last week. The chapter's B'nai B'rith relations chairman, who arranged the program, is Bob Levitt. George Lefcoe, chief installing officer, was assisted in administering the First Degree Ritual by Al Capp, chapter vice president, and Douglas Schwartz, chapter pledgemaster. Theme of the initiation was B'nai B'rith, BBYO and the American Jewish Tercentenary. Installed as members of AZA were Charles Kamen, Shelby Freedland, Leonard Nabatovsky, Lewis Berman (of Miami Senior High), Richard Beiley, Aaron Leibowitz, Howard Kane, Howard Levinson, Ellis Hirsch, Michael Wasserman, David Sarby, Ronald Kaler. Mark Schuldiner, Richard Cromer, Jeff Herman, Howard Zinner (of Shenadoah Junior High), and Arnold Levy (of Coral Gables Senior High). Honor Student Gets 4-Year Scholarship To Univ. of Miami Jay Scdlik has been awarded a four-year scholarship to the University of Miami, according to an announcement this week. The June honor graduate of Miami Senior High School is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik, 221 SW 48th ave. Scholarship is being presented by the Wolfson-Mcyer Foundation for charitable and educational purposes. The award follows on the heels of a two-year scholarship to the university recently granted! Sedlik by the Civitans for his essay submitted in a statewide contest. "The Privileges and Duties of a i Citizens." Sedlik. who intends to major in i television and journalism, at the \ U of M, has relinquished the Civitan scholarship in favor of the Wolfson-Meyer award. The twoyear scholarship is scheduled to be awarded another honor student here. At Miami Senior High School, Sedlik is sports editor of the Miami High Times and the year book, Miahi. He was treasurer of Allied Youth and a member of the Student t'otmcil. Wheel Club, Future writers, Quill and Scroll, orchestra council and business manager and staff -member of "Silhouette." He was also a member of National Honor Society, an official Miahi photographer and played clarinet in the high school's band and orchestra. Currently, Sedlik is assistant to WTVJ's sports announcer Jack Cummins. ftl A^ FOR EVERY PURPOSE V L H ti J STORE FRONT PUT! ond WINDOW CUSS fur nit ore Tops, Beveled Mirrors and ftesifvering Ovr Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works 6 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 Mrri$ Orlim LIBERMAN YOUR COUNCILMAN with a 100". attendance record, Marcie Liberman haa not mined a tingle City Council or Committee meeting alnce -hie appointment on December 30. 1M3 11 Pol. Adv.) A PERFECT 12 YEAR ATTENDANCE RECORD! PULL LIVER 5-A • HONIST &f /EXPERIENCED • PROGRESSIVE CONVENIENT.. SAFE... Know the convenience ol having funds available at pen point, through a checking account. 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MDAY. MAY 27. 1955 +Je*lst) Fk>rldto,n W [Mrs. Yunes to Take Iff ice as President If Emanu-EI P.T.A. Mrs. Raphael Yunes will succeed kirs. Benjamin Greene as presi|ent of the Parent-Teacher Assertion of Temple Emanu-EI and rill take office at a joint installa|on of the Temple's Sisterhood. lens Club and P.T.A. on June 5 I he Fontainebleau hotel. P.T.A. officers to be installed Ljth Mrs. Yunes for 1955-56 are |ce presidents, the Mesdames HarHirschfield, Herbert Young, erbert Cohen and Joel Newman; easurcr, Mrs. Abe Kaufman; re%  ding secretary, Mrs. Henry lman; corresponding secretary, rs. Jacob Classman; financial sectary, Mrs. Edgar Z. Greenberg; social secretary, Mrs. Leon pnnheimer. [Slated to take office as mem|rs of the board of directors are Mesdames Joseph Abelow, Irng Appelbaum, Theodore Arvan, jirry Brick, Lewis Capland, Jules lanning. James Cohen, Irving Cyi. Raymond Keiner, Milton FelK Solway Fierberg, Norman Gilf. Alexander Gordon, Irving Gor1, Simon Gould. Jesse Halpern, i c k Herman, Joseph Kanter, iris Kaplan, Sherman Kaplan, brris Kart, Daniel Kindler. The Mesdames Benjamin Klempr. Paul Klempner. Samuel Kut. Harriet Levine, Raymond Malick. Herman Mechlowitz, MorMedof, Milton Miller, Albert [:-'!-. Louis Pollack, Saul Rabin, rry Resnick, Oscar Ross, Oscar isenstrauch, Abraham Rothstein, inon Rubin, Seymour Schneider, Bnley Schwartz, Sam D. Shapiro, jney Teller, Leo Tischler and llton Weinman. Honorary past presidents are Mesdames Harry Greer, Theoe Hankoff and Benjamin eerie Religious school staff repsentative is Mrs. Miriam Solkoff. PAGE 3 A '*#, HPAH Halperin Reveals Plans for Beach ceremonies at the rallies. Halperin mailed t6 voters this week a card carrying the endorsements of 30 Miami Beach business, civic and religious leaders. Thirty Jewish Officers Will be Commissioned at Academies NEW YORK —Thirty Jewish graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, who are to be commissioned at the 1955 commencement exercises, will each receive personally. inscribed copies of the Bible from the National Jewish Welfare Board's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. The presentations, which are in addition to those made to the two Jewish graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn., on May 20, will be made to the 10 newly-commissioned second lieutenants at West Pcint. the ten newly-commissioned ensigns at Annupolis and the 10 newly-commissioned ensigns at Kings Point at .special Jewish baccalaureate services arranged by the Jewish chaplains at the Academies. Control! 5 Year | SURETY BONDWARANTYl %  All MI weoOHTLOl TINT ft SUBTERRAMCAM TIRMITI JOIJ! Phono 82-6441 TRULY NOLEN, inc. • %  I O'ICIH I I voeit Peil Conl'ol C Sam Halperin's campaign for Miami Beach city council moves to a climax Saturday night with a rally at Flamingo Park, and another meeting Sunday night at the 21st st. Community Center. Three rallies at Washington Park, Pier Park and the Lear School attracted more than 3,000 persons on Saturday, Sunday and Monday as Halperin unfolded his program for accelerated "Golden Age" activities in Miami Beach. Halperin's campaign swung into North Beach Tuesday night with a rally at North Shore Park, and on Wednesday moved to Stillwater Park. Because of the holidays, no meetings or rallies were held on Thursday. Speakers. for Halperin at the meetings included George J. Talianoff, state leader in B'nai B'rith and Anti-Defamation League work; Jules Gillette, founder and first president of the Better Business Halperin said that "with only \KSTlA ^O^U" small additional appropriations. ioU s and communual leader; Phil £ C 'L£" L XPa "l 'i?*rH Salmon, vice president of the Mi' for middle-aged and elderly persons here so that they may live full lives with dignity." He pointed to New York City's model "Golden Age" program, and said he intends to follow that pattern in extending the hours that the three community centers now operate. The candidate, first vice president of the Chamber of Commerce and vice president of Temple Emanu-EI, warned voters that "aspirants who come to you with imposing platforms and weighty promises, unsupported by records of achievement in civic and governmental affairs" should be carefully observed. ami Beach-Israel Zionist District; Mrs. Rose Weiss, chairman of Halperin's women's division and veteran civic leader; Morris Frank, honorary life president of Congregation Beth Jacob; Ben F. Danbaum, campaign treasurer and president of the Better Business Bureau; Max Bodcrman. chairman of activities for Halperin and treasurer of Temple Emanu-EI; and George Kastenbaum, precinct committeeman for Precinct No. 29. Gerald Schwartz. 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,Y. MAY 27, 1955 +Jen>ist> IhiiUtr PAGE 11 B MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS r,t-t NAME LAW •K is HEREBY GIVEN thai Ii-ii4ii.il, desiring tn engage In under the fictitloua nuino of RADIO & TELEVISION' Ivy. at 7317 S.W. Nth St.. [in register said name with the Lf iha circuit Court, of Uade I l-WWii." TRICE MEIMAN, Sole Owner ; ni-xiir*-" IIW; for Applicant Tal Wu riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ii: IS HEREHV OWEN that .1. deidrlng to engage in under the fictitious name of .1 EWE i, COURT, at 8476 It Ave.. Miami* Intend to regliil name with the Clerk of the %  ourt of bade county, Florida, I I'.EIiEHICK MU.I.KH and THERESA MILLER %  iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ~i: is HEREBY GIVEN that rslffned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of MARKET, at 2221 S.W. 2Uh [it. -inl io reglHter said name Clerk of the Circuit Court County. Florida. I 'ill I.I P & ROSE CANTOR llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ;i: is HEREBY GIVEN that (reigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of KALES, at 2417 N. Miami intends to register said name Clerk of the circuit Court County, Florida. IlioN LE BOYER, Sole Owner llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fK IS HEREBY GIVEN that Iralgned, desiring to engage In k under the fictitious name of %  KTIIDAY SHOP, at 6047 S.W. Intend to register said name • r clerk of the Circuit Court County, Florida. HENRY DUOAN MILDRED A. DITGAN Fit 6 OARS )s for Aiipllcants Plagler St. — 6/3 llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW f'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that trsigned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of SHARON ANN BEAUTY at 18627 N.W. 7th Ave.. illanii. Kla.. intend to .register line with the Clerk of the %  Court of Dade County, FtorllA R. SPRINGER I.MAN II. SPRINGER, Owners V'E N. UAKl! for Applicants gscayne Bldg. tit !E UNDER FICflTIOOS NAME LAW "F. IS HEREBY GIVEN that In >uiied. desiring to engage In Vunder the fictitious name of iol.EKO BAR. at 1321 North lAv,-. intends to register said Yiih (110 Clerk of I h.Circuit pi Bade Ooiiirrjr. Worlds. J.RERT Lll'SCHL'TZ. Owner PR & GARS .for Applicant Flagler St. |27 — /3 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1' i: is HEREBY GIVEN that t rsigiied, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of M \\ s HOTEL, at 4041 Col%  inn'. Miami Beach. Florida. io register said name with % rk of the Circuit Court of fcunty, Florida. fWALDMAN REALTY CORP., A Florid. |. oration SII.VER8TEIN IN for Applicant I. In Road. Miami Beach, Fla. % 27 — 6/3 IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF "?A. IN AND FOR DADE ,Y. IN CHANCERY. No. 17M83 .ES MA LI Nit!. Plaintiff El" E MAI.INE, Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND RNET E. MAMNE llussa Street idi n. New Jersey ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to I ropy of your answer to the Bill ll'l.unt for Divorce In the above on the I'lalntlff s attorneys, and original in the Office of the the Circuit Court, on or before In day of May, is:,;,, otherwise III of Complaint for Divorce will i as confessed by you. %  Ii day of April, IKS. E B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. I'Y W.M \v STOCK1NO Deputy Clerk HKIMAN & KAPLAN %  for Plaintiff %  •'M Ruilding, Miami 32. Florida '-13-20 [COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ?ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA L No. M741-B JM VTE OF iXARD c. FRIEDMAN, a/k/a K.'''• FRIEDMAN, Deceased fJlCE OF INTENTION TO IAKE APPLICATION FOR I FINAL DISCHARGE [ F. l herebSgiven thai I have fjy final report and petition for ll'iM-harge as Administratrix of I KRNARD C. F'RIEDf I ii I:I:K\IE C FRIEDMAN. P %  '<_ %  and that on the 15th day of l 1 ,'" will apply to the Honorf'l.WK II. DOWI.INU. County "f Dad.County, Florida, for %  •' f wild final report and for iiM-harg* „„ Admlnlslratrlx of '•"•; of BERNARD C. HUBD' BBRNIB C. FRIEDneceasea. 'th day of May. 1S.15. {< W'E FRIEDMAN, AdmlnUtratrtll of the r-state of .^KRNARD C. FRIEDMAN. IK C. FRIEDMAN. lOi.i ... Deceased Lev ;' TAUUNOW fa.. ii"u Art n>lnlstrairlx ln ""ad. Miami Beach, Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOT,,,, ^^RB-BTGIVEN ,„,, the undersigned, desiring to enme In BABAD BPA'RV? %  •."' %  "" %  •''" SSS o" v ,-\" M AHKI.IMi KEI.TZKR CO SAMn-.l. Al.TMAN | MYERS. HE&S^WJ -\l'V"7", ,'",'' A l'l'llcants 6.0 Beybold I :1.1K. I 141 10-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *< n ~„,„ NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. .Icsirln* to engage in knmSVv^i&Jite fi l,i ""name of Ml ItRAY SHIELDS CO (Not Inc 1 at .-'MI S.W % %  ,!, Terra.,.. i,„..,„ls C to register said name with the Clerk of ;<• Clr. ull con,, of Dade County, Florida. .-/13-20-27 6" ,mtAV 8HAPm .... il9 TICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179557 JOHN UREGO, Plaintiff. Vs. RUSE GREOO. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE GREOO In Hawthorne Street Brooklyn, New York You. ROSE GREGO. are hereinnotified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOF, 667 Olympia Building, Miami, Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of June. 1955. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken agulnst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 13th day of May, A.D. 1955. E B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. F'lorida By WM. W. STOCK1NO. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ".'20-27 — 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN thai Mi, undersigned, desiring Io engage In '' "" s HI i the Hi II. ion.name of SAFARI CREATIONS, at 1(07 Congress ISulldlng. Intends to register said name with th.Clerk ** Hie Circuit ( ourl of Dade I tountj. Florida. BAPAR1, INc By: RICHARD ili'K President „.„.„. ,.,. Z KN A WCM! Secretary Kl RT WKI.I.ISIH Attorney 1411 Congress Building. Miami. Fla. S/J7 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Al.HAMHRAS1NDRIES, at 12105 VW. 7th Avenue, North Miami, Inleiul Io register sai.l name with the Clark or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IIAItRY WEISER JENNIE WEIHER „ HERISERT WEISER NADI.ER & TINH'K Attorneys for Applicants tiBlscayne Hidg. .'.'27 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN FREIGHT FORWARDING COMPANY,ai 1630 N.W. 20th Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida STANLEY G MILLER 5/JO-J7 — 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of sruTi.Ess LAUNDRY "Wee Wash Ii" oi You Wash It. at rail E. Ninth Street, Hlalenh, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counn. Florida K.A.A.I'.. INC., %  Florida corporation FREDERICK N. BARAD, BBQ. Attorney for B.A.A.P., INC. 5/6-13-L'" .'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business iimler the fictitious name of HOWELL G. EASE INSURANCE AGENCY, al IM0 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend Io register said name with the Ck the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOWELL G KASB—50% JACK KRAl'SE—50'.'. 5, 13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179503 MOLLY AI'I'EL, Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH APPEL, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOSEPH APPEL 214 ROM Street Brooklyn, N.Y.. NY. You. JOSEPH APPF:L. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yoifare required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of ciupiaini on. the plaintiff's Attorneys. GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN. 23":i w.-si Fiaaier Street, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of June, 19(5. lf you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lw published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLDRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of May. A.D. IMS, F:. I! I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Colinly, Florida By w.M. w. STOCKING (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Plaintiff 2303 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. 5/10-11 — 6/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 179657 II P. II. PEDERSON. Plaintiff, ARoN Kl'RT BTEINBACH, et als.. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ARON KURT STEIN IIACH, a single man. who also may be known as K.NOTT BTEINBACH, a single man, and If married. BTEINBACH, his wife, ami if deceased, Ills Heirs. Kxecutors. Legal Representatives and Administrators, Grantees. Creditors. Personal Representatives. Assignees and Trustees, or other Parties claiming by. through, under or against any of the above named Defendants, and all Parties having or claiming to have any right, lltle or Interest in and to the property hereinabove described. Residences ana addresses unknown. You anhereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above styled Court for the purpose of Quiet Title to the lan.l described as follows: Lot* H.7 and 66, lllock B CORAL TERRACE. SECTION #1. AMENDED, according In the Plat thereof, as recorded In Mat Book H, at Page 57, Public Records of Dade County. Florida formerly described as lot s 6.. a ml 66, of Block • I: oi MJAM LITTLE FARMS, a subdivision ol part of the South Half of the South Half of Section ".Township ".4 South. Range 40 East, according to the Plat thereof. recorded l Plat Book 7. Page 6. of the Public Records of Dade COuaty, Florida, and vou are hereby required to file v..u. defense of pleadings to th Is -u t With the Clerk of the ircull l ourt. setting up any right, title Interest or claim held by >ou, and serve a cop> thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys oni t,..f the 1.7th day of June, IM*. otherwise said Complaint will be taken ttS D 1 Ved ,, ^" MUnd," Flor.d., this 17th u '> f J, '"K 'IV'I.EAT.IKRMAN. cierk of the Circuit Court III and For Dade County, Florida By: JOAN coi RNOl BR, Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN and ARTHUR D I.E.KEI.MAN jfiFSF&FmSS*. Miami. FWida 5/20-27 — sVJ-10 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 33302-B RE: ESTATE OK PAUL S GRUBN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICF: is hereby given that we love filed our final reis>rt and petition for Final Discharge as co-adminlstrators of the estate of PAUL S. GRUBN, deceased; and that on the 20th day of June, 1H0".. will apply to the Honorable Frank B. DOWL1NG, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as co-administrators of the FIstate of PAUL S. GRI'EN, deceased. This 17th day of May, 19:,:.. THE RE GERMAN Kl'RT .MENDEL KURT WEI.1.ISCH Attorney for co-administrators 1414-17 Congress Building, Miami, Fla. 5/20-27 — 673-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UNIVERSITY PHARMACY, at 2600 Ponce de i..on Blvd., Coral Gables, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Counly, F'lorida. ARTIICR .-TORCH MORTON BBIGEL Attorney for Applicant %  jot Blscayne BUa .1/20-26 — ,:i-io IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179537 ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM F\ HUGHES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM F". HUGHES, 1674 Beach Avenue, Bronx, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint 1 'or Divurre And Other Relief has l>een filed against yuu, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint F*or Divorce And Other Relief, on the Plaintiff's attorneys, GENET GENET, 4^n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, *n or before the 20th day of June. IMe, or a Decree Pro Confcsso will he entered against you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 12th day of May. IMS E. I! I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By: R. ii. RICE, JR. i Seal I Deputy Clerk i ; E.NET & GENET Attornevs for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 5/20-27 — 6/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 179468 MBLvIN I-:. ASPDEN. Plaintiff, CLARICE M. ASPDEN, Defendant. TO: CLARICE M ASPDBJf 1600 Marine Avenue Manhattan Beach. California You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file tile original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of June. A.D., 19."..".: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 11th day of May. 195.".. _„.. E. B. LEATIIERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By: M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN lm':: Seybold Huilding. Miami. Florida 6il8-20-27 — 6/3 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. SEENA sri'.CToR, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SEENA SPECTOR 41-35 4.".th Sir.-.i Long Island City. New Yoik. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are reiiuii-ed to serve a copy of your Answer „',• Pleading to the Bill of ConwUUnt on the plaintiff s Attorneys, KOVNF.lt MANNHEIMER. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file he original Answer or Pleading ID the office of the Clerk of the Clrcul Court on or before the 11th dw of lune, 195.1. If YOU fail to do so. Judgfes tfwAaaa ins B 8 ON E C A#ORDERED .1 Miami, Iloil. la. this I0tb day of May. A.u. "'" %  1! I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Iiade County, Florida. By R H RUE, JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy ink 5/13-20-27 — / NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEWIS & LEWIS, at 921 DuPont Building, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. J. GERALD LEWIS D. ROBERT LEWIS S/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in |,iwinf*se unoei ihe fictitious n ol MURRAY HOMES, at V'i;.i LaGorce I 'live, Miami Reach, Florida, intends to register said name with iheClerk of the Circuit Courtupf Dade Fount) I lot Ida. -II RRAY BLOOM SKV.MOUR I! I.IERMAN Attorney for Murrsv Homes 105 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, la .7/27 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nai VARIETY BERVICE STATION, at S4N Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend Io register sain name with the Clerk of trie Circuit court of Dade County. Florida. JESSIE VAItIO and SALLY GOODMAN. owners FREDERICK N, BARAD ESQ. Attorney for Jessie Varlo and Sally Goodman :./13-20-27 — 6/3 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida Statutes Annotated (1941), Wanhousemen and Warehouse Receipts wherein A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOU8E CO., INC., a Florida corporalion, by virtue of its warehouse lien, has in ils possession Ihe following described property: 1 REFRIGERATOR AND 1 RANGE as Ihe properly of DOROTHY JACKSON, last known address 5824 Alton Road. Miami Beach; ami :: ROOMS MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE as the property of CHAKI.KS It. RING. 207 1st SI Sebrlng. Fla.; and that on the Mth day of May. 19.7.7. during the legaJ hours of sale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the afternoon, al 2049 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida,, the undersigned shall offer for sale to Ihe highest bidder for cash In hand the above described property us the ]u..|.eru of Doroth) Jackson and Charles II. Ring. DATEHat Miami. Florida, ttlil I'.tll day of May, IMS A O, TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO.. INC. S/20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179490 FRIEDA LOKOS, Plaintiff. vs. RI'SSEI. LOKOS, Defendant TO: RUSSEL LOKos Pierponl Hotel 55 IMerpont Street Brooklyn, NY You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and Io file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the nth day of June, A.D.. 1955; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed bv you. I'a ted at Miami, Florida, this the 11th day of May. 195.7. E H. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida. By: W.M. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1".':: Seybold Building. Miami. Florida 5/13-20-27 — 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HERERY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA TERMINALS and FLORII.A WAREHOUSE TERMINALS, at One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Haile County. Florida. LOUIS HELM AN. as Trustee for F'rnice Bhlrlej W.-inkle under Trust Agreement dated March tt. 1946, recorded in Deed Book 4021, at page 2S1 of the Public Records of Dade County, l-'loi i.la (one-half interest) JULIAN I. WEINKLE (undivided one-half Interest) Petitioners MYERS, HE1.MAN • KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners .7/20-27 — 6/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179021 ANNA ARoNSON. Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH ARONSON. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH ARONSON 2207 North Salford Street Philadelphia 31. Pennsylvania You, JOSEPH ARONSON, are hereinnotified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill" of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. RICHARD MUROFV. B8Q8 M6 Lincoln Road. Miami Bench, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in Ihe office of the clerk ,,f the Circuit Court on or before the Kh day of June. 19.... ton fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. DONE ANT. ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2th day of April, A.D. 1B LEATIIERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida llv R. II. RICE, JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk RICHARD Ml'ROFF Attorneys for Plaintiff 105 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I'.LIZ/.ARD FAN COMPANY, at 242 S W 7th St.. intends to registei said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida M. A. KLASS. owner 7/27 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, lit ISO I Lincoln Road, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counly, Florida DICK SHACK MITCHELL M. GOLDMAN .\tt.,t n. I" for Applicant in, Heybold Bldg. 5/27 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .image in business under the fictitious name ol GENERAL SERVICES CO. (hot In. I, S.W. 63rd Court, Miami, Florida (P. O. BOX IMI, International Airport. .Miami. Florida), intends to i said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. MERWIN ROSENBERG TALLVNOFP. WALLER a OREENBERG Attorneys for Applicant 12ii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Ha. -, _'n-y; 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DIXIE QUEEN, at 13-9" W. DUIe Highway. N. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counly, F'lorida. PHILIP REICHERT FRED MORGAN KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 17S2 W Flagler St. 5/20-27 — 6/3-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jew 1st fhrlcfian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 4 r



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