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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 29- Number 22
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNF 3, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
nhower Asks Ten-Point Revision Of Refugee Relief Act
||P SEEN AS REBUFF TO CAIRO
iese Premier Arrives in Israel on State Visit
-i
U.EM (JTA> Prime Minister U Nu of
tived in Israel Tuesday for a one-week
[h rapidly took on the character of a
(oliday. The Burmese Premier, who was
ed by his wife, is the most popular Asian
because of his efforts to have Israel in-
Le Bandung conference and his attempts
the anti-Israel resolution adopted at that
|. Reports here that his proposed visit to
een cancelled because he refused to bow
pressure against his visit to Israel gave
lei sense of immediacy to his long-time
el's best friend in Asia.
Nu. in a statement at Lydda airport upon
expressed his thanks for the technical
land Israel know-how given his country,
len looking forward for some time to a
\r beautiful country," he said. "I am very
;imong you today. I bring you the best
Ihe people of Burma. We sincerely appre-
ciate that the Israel Government has granted us its
aid v/henever we requested it. I appreciate very
much the great work done by Israel Minister David
Hacohen in cementing the bonds of friendship be-
tween Burma and Israel."
The airport ceremonies included greetings from
Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, and the attendance
of Cabinet members, the Speaker of the Knesset,
members of the diplomatic corps and high Army
officers. The Burmese leader was also greeted by
Burmese officers now in training in Israel, and was
accorded full military honors.
The two Prime Ministers and their wives then
travelled to this city together, where the Burmese
party was installed at the King David hotel. Premier
Sharett and his Burmese guest dined quietly there
in Prime Minister U Nu's suite. The Asian leader
made an official visit to Mr. Sharett's office, and to
the office of President Itzhak Ben Zvi. and placed
a wreath at Herat's tomb.
EELS LACK OF 'UNASSAILABLE PROOF'
f/er of Poison Gas to Nazis Acquitted by Court
IH RT (JTA)The prosecutor at tee Utal
lard Peters, Nazi manufacturer of "Zyklon
tide gas used to murder hundreds of
[if Jews and others at the Auschwitz death
*ked the court to acquit the unrepentant
iiri Monday complied and Dr Peters walk
Iree man. Peters will return to his post
lent executive in a chemical plant
Inal resulted in the reversal of six previ-
fverdicts handed down by lower courts
|h six different German courts have
|r- guilty of being a deliberate accessory
ler ni at least 300,000 persons. Dr Halama
ptor based his summation upon the "lack
liable proof that vast quantities of
crystals shipped to Auschwitz were
\< in gassing the victims. He did not
titute version of how the victims
ima accepted the defense contention that
(icer in charge of cyanide procurement.
I eters that the poison was being used
(beings not on vermin as officially listed.
destroyed Peters' shipments or used
~mfectants. This contention was based
.ledge that the S.S. officer. Lt. Col. Kurt
fas known to have suffered qualms of
conscience about what he was doing. Gerstcin com-
mitted suicide in 1945.
Before committing suicide in a French jail, he
handed to an American intelligence unit some of
..he documents that now play a role in the trial,
notably bills of lading used in the shipment to
Auschwitz of "Zyklon B" poison gas from Peters'
firm.
Documents dealing with the shipment of "Zyklon
B" poison gas to Auschwitz and other destinations
were deliberately burnt by a German engineer at
the time of the Nazi collapse, a bookkeeper testified
during the trial.
Judge Werner Hummerich, in his summation.
Said that it was impossible to believe that the de-
fendant really thought the mass concentration camp
executions were legal. But, the Judge contended, no
"conclusive proof existed that the "Zyklon B"
poison gas crystals furnished to the Auschwitz camp
by Peters' "German Society for Vermin Extermina-
tion" were actually put to use in the gas chambers
there. Possibly the crystals were used in some
innocuous fashion by the S.S. officer in charge of
potassium cyanide procurement, Lt Col. Gerstcin.
the summation went on, despite the fact that the
moving confession made by Gerstein in 1945 before
he committed suicide did not even claim that he
had ever sidetracked any of the regular shipments
.:.
Ceiler Hails Presidential Move But
Criticizes Failure to Relieve Scott
McCleod as Program Administrator
WASHINGTON (JTA)With a plea to the Congress that it reaffirm
the "great tradition of sanctuary" in America, President Eisenhower
this week urged that it adopt ten specific amendments to the Refugee
Relief Act of 1953. He asked that action be taken during the present
Congressional session.
By enacting the changes he recommended, the President said, Con-
gress "would permit effective administration of the Act by the executive
branch of the Government and'*-
greatly aid the success of the pro-
gram." The President's message
reported that "during the last year
and a half, substantial progress
has been made in setting up the
complex organization required to
administer the technical require-
ments of the Act." But he went
on to add that experience has dem-
onstrated that administrative im-
provements are not enough. A
number of the provisions of the
Act, he asserted, require amend-
ment if the Act's objectives are
to be fully achieved.
The suggested amendments in-
clude a proposal that unused quota
numbers in various categories be
made use of. possibly for orphans,
Ion a world-wide basis; that defi-
, nitions of th terms "refugee,"
"resettlement." "escapee" and "ex-
pellee" be liberalized; that require-
ment of a passport be waived
' where it is deemed feasible; and
that organizational sponsorship be
accepted as sufficient.
Reaction to the President's pro-
posal was swift. Chairman Eman-
uel Ceiler of the House Judiciary
Committee commended the recom-
mendations, but criticized the Pres-
ident for failing to remove Scott
Mcl.cod as administrator of the
program. McLeod. he said, "had
neither the mental equipment nor
I the human sympathy" to entitk
him to the wide discretionary pow-
er- in the administration ot the
1 program. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman
! said."the President has responded
:to the public demand that the
shame of the Refugee Relief Act
' be remedied."
Sen. Arthur V. Watkins of I'tah
predicted that the proposals would
be adopted and expressed confi-
dence that if they were the full
number of refugees would be ad-
mitted before the expiration date.
But Rep. Francis E. Walter of
Pennsylvania, co-author of the Mc-
Carran-Walter Act. opposed the
President's move and freely pre-
dicted its defeat.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman
former adviser
FOURTH EXECUTIVE
Rabbi Friedman
To Head United
Jewish Appeal
NEW YORKRabbi Herbert A.
Friedman, formerly of Milwaukee
and Denver and one-time Assistant
Adviser on Jewish Affairs to the
Commanding General of U.S. Occu-
pation Forces in Germany and
Austria, assumed office Wednes-
day as new executive vice chair-
man of the National United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Rabbi Friedman, the UJA's
fourth executive head in 17 years
and at 37 the youngest to become
administrator of this largest of
the nation's voluntary philanthro-
pies, will be installed Sunday.
COMMITTEE VOICES 'CONCERN'
Senate Committee Urges Refugee
Resettlement as Solution for Arabs

President of the United States Richard
kon was principal apeaker at cere-
Sunday dedicating the National
for Jewish War Dead in Washington.
I Nixon here presents a gold key io
looks on*
WASHINGTON (JTA)A per
manent solution of the Palestine
Arab refugee problem "can only
be found through rehabilitation
and resettlement a report of
the Senate Foreign Relal
Committee'to the Senate declared
this week. The Senate commit-
tee's report underscored "the
committee has repeatedly ex-
pressed its deep concern over
the lack of progress in this direc-
tion."
The document declared that
"the committee was therefore en-
couraged to learn that final ne-
gotiations are nearing comple-
tion for two large-scale resettle-
ment projects. One of them will
provide for 60,000'to 70.000 refu-
gees in Sinai, at an estimated cost
of $50,000,000. The other is the-
Jordan River Valley tlevelopment
project, which will benefit about
150.000 at an estimated cost of
$90,000,000."
Referring to development as-
sistance for Israel, the commit-
tee said "although Israel has
made significant economic prog-
ress and American assistance
has been reduced, it is not yet
feasible to terminate that as-
sistance."
*


PAGE 2 A
Discussing the program arranged for their inrtriBntinc are the
newly elected auxiliary president's of Temple Emanu-Q who
will be seated in office at a joint installation dinner-dance
Sunday evening. June 5, in the grand ballroom cf the Fontaine-
blecu hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Raphael Yunes. president
ot the Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Irving Cypen. presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, and Allen Goldberg, president of the
P.T.A.
Academy to
Graduate 19
Fourth graduation exercises of
the Hebrew Academy will take
place Wednesday evening. June 8.
at the HibiMru- Auditorium
Consisting of It students, the
class is the fir-t group of pupils
to enroll seven years, ago when
the Academy was founded. Rabbi
Alexander S GROSS, principal,
stated
A cantata entitled "Our nnl
Fruit- ur.ttet. by Alfred I
man. instructor of social studio
at the Academy, will be presented
by the graduates. The Academy
chorus, under 'he direction of
Miriam Donnerstig. will provide
the musical background for the
cantata
Greetings will be extended by
b I Binder. Academy president.
Mr> Irving Firtel. president of
Hebrew Academy Women, and
Miriam Solkoff. president of
the P T A
Graduates are Victor Arrak.
James Dublin. Melvin C'iment. Har-
vey Fmkelstein. George Goldring.
Helen Herz. Ira Imberman. San-
dra Kau. Irving Kelemer. Peter
.Klein. Nathaniel Lauer. Valerie
Herbert Rubinstein.
Melvin Safra. Sidney Shapiro.
Robert Simon. Seymour Spotter.
Irving Wolfe and Nathaniel Zemel.
FRIDAY. Hi*,,
Mrs. ffeich Will Head Gables
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis
terhood has elected Mrs Alfred
Reich as president for 1955-56.
Other officers recently named
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Snuff DotKt Saturday
Tropical Chapter 678. B'nai
i B'rith Women, are holding a bar-
j becue. and square dance on Satur-
j day evening. June 4. at the home of
Mrs. Moe Steinberg. 1320 Cleve-
land rd., Biscayne Point.
Confer Sisterhood
include t h < \|,.srtam.
Fmk. Sol Halp.rtE**
and Max Mc-er v,ce n? ^1
Samuel BI.Kh. rcordinePl'H
B- Tn-Pk... crres^Cr
The Mesdame. William
assistant corr...pn(1jng ^
Henry Levy, financial s^
Sam Goodman, treasurer; He
Fisher, historian and Philip"
erling. parliamentarian
K\TiOROWITZ-
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Chapter Names Officers
I R Goodman Group of Hadas
sah have elected their officer- tor
the nuotal "ear They include:
:dium. Mrs Irving Born-
-te:r. Miss Freei Lebon and Mist
Don Q Parker; vice presidents,
Evelyn Broun and Mr- O-iu
bel: treasurer, Mr- William Kelly:
financial secretary. Miss Molly
KaH
Recording secrct.iry. Mis- Lillian
II. corresponding secretar>.
Mr- BOM B Goldner. nprc-enta-
tive to chapter. Mr- 1 Cook par
liamentarian. Miv- Margaret Marx
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with Miami Beach Troop 81 for the award. Making the pres-
entation is Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad (right.',
whose community donated the trophies and ribbons for the
meet. Looking on is Explorer Scout Lawrence Weiner (second
from left) and Troop 321 Scoutmaster Robert Weinstein. The
award was made at the Beach District's Court of Honor meet-
ing.
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RIDAY, JUNE 3, 1955
fork Steps Up
Campaign as June
[Speaking at a meeting at 1610
la.-hington ave this week, Coun-
Iman Harold Turk unwrapped his
Worm for reelection to the Mi-
[ii Beach City Council in the June
Runoff election.
Ijn his talk, Turk also called for
Vehement of Miami Beach as a
ui-c ship port, improvement of
. city's Latin American relations
j an exhibit hall "to attract ma-
U S. conventions here."
Turk also stressed acquisition of
jjiiional public beaches and rec-
Itinnnl facilities and realization
[the Inter American Trade Mart
[key points of his platform.
tAlthough our schools in Miami
Btli are administered by the
de County School Board, improv-
facilitiea are the concern of
try parent, and I plan to estab-
a Miami Beach citizen's com-
ic to help improve school
[nts and programs here," Turk
erted.
*leist Fksklian
PAGE 3 A
Ford Board Chairman
Cites Industry's Role
In Achieving Tolerance
CINCINNATI Ernest R.
Breech, chairman of the board,
Kord Motor Company, said this
week that industry "is doing more
than any other segment of our so-
cietyexcept perhaps our church-
esto develop and maintain a
high degree of tolerance and
broarl-mindedncss in individuals."
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me Auxiliary Holds
lal Meeting of Season
Clo-ing meeting of the year of
(ireater Miami Women's Aux-
frry. Jewish Home for the Aged-
place Tuesday noon, May
in the Rubiyat room of the
liers hotel.
United Synagogue of America activities in South Florida are
planned by (left to right) Sam Halperin. member of tne na
and t^""Jf 9 committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary
and the United Synagogue; Dr. Bernard Segal, national ex
HZTlJTft Vhe Vn.i,6d Synaaoa^ Rbbi Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El; and Joseph Rose
co-chairman of the Temple's "Friends of the Seminary." Hal-
perin is vice president and Rose honorary life president of
Temple Emanu-El.
New Leopard Cage Revealed
At Tropical Hobbyland
A new high visibility steel and
concrete cage for leopards has
just been completed and put into
service at Tropical Hobbyland, Mi-
ami Zoological garden.
The new cage marks the comple-
tion of the first phase of Hobby-
land's program.
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Halperin to Seek
'Representation'
Campaigning from one end of
Miami Beach to the other, Sam Hal-
perin intensified his bid for city
council this week as he pointed out
three major achievements he ac-
complished for the entire city in
the role of private citizen.
Halperin's campaign committee,
headed by Ben F. Danbaum, Mrs.
Rose Weiss and Mrs. Max Boder-
man, is continuing with rallies
throughout the area.
"I believe every section of Miami
Beach is entitled to fair represen-
tation on council," Halperin said
Wednesday, "and you will find that
I make the same statements at
South Shore and at North Beach,
at First and at 41st st. Beware of
those who pledge special favors for
one particular area, then fail to
repeat their promises at meetings
held elsewhere in the city."
Halperin said he took the lead
at the close of World War II in
compelling the City of Miami
Beach to purchase the Bayshore
Golf Course for municipal use.
Halperin also pointed to his nine
years of service on the 2oning
board.
M
My most sincere appreciation to the
many voters and friends who supported
my candidacy at the polls Tuesday.
I pledge my continued efforts to make
Miami Beach a batter c'rty to live in.
CHARLES
"6pW"
HALL
UM. Pol Adv.)
Brunch Card Party Slated
By Home of Aged Auxiliary
Brunch and card party given by
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will take place, Monday noon, June
6, in the Kubaiyat room of the Al-
giers hotel.
This is the annual affair for the
benefit of the Sidney Appel Medi-
cal Fund, which helps pay for the
residents at the Jewish Home for
special medical needs and aids for
the Aged. Mrs. Murray Graham
and Mrs. Mollie Tupper, chairmen,
revealed.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag and
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum.
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>AGE 4 A
9-Jmlsii nor/Mar
wJenist flcrtfian
Publish** tvary Friday alnea 1977 by tha Jawlah
rioridian al 12c N C Sixth Street. Miami 1*. Florida
Entered ai aecond-claaa ma'ter July 4. 1*30. at tha Post
Office "Sf Miami. Fla.. under Ma Act af March 3, 1S7.
Tha Jawiah Fior.dian has absorbed the Jewish I'mty
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jawish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. World-
wide News Service. National CditdVial Asaociation. Amer.
lean Association of English-Jewisn Newspapers. Florida
Fresi Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E Sixth Street
Telephones 2-1141 2-8212
Our Jewish-Sponsored Hospital
Elsewhere in the columns of this week's issue
of The Jewish Floridian. Mr. Harry Simouhon"
questions the purposes cf the current develop-
ment iund for the new Meant Sinai HoepifciL
work on which is scheduled to begin early
next year.
Indeed, Mr. Stmonhofi quesnoas the Bfci
need for a Jewish epoascred nedx-ii jisbtafltaa
in the Greater Miami area sad coile open the
City of Miami Beach lake arer the cperatioc
of Mount Sinai as a atunxipad hin->pi lor A*
use of the general coBsssaetjly
Mr. Simonhoff was fac a long s: c regular
contributor to The Jewish Floridjan. and only
recently we were glad to welcome his 11 5a*
column back a series based on critical
analysis of local happenings. Certainly. Mr.
Simonhoff is entitled to his opinions, and the
dictates of American tradition and a bee press
vould deny us the right either to question or to
fail to publish his position on any issue over
which we find ourselves in disagreement.
But. by the same token, we must disagree
and state our differences editorially when Mr.
Simonhoff raises a question of major local im-
port, which obviously needs answering.
We believe that Mount Sinai Hospital has
a great contribution both to the Jewish
and general communities of Greater Miami.
Jewish-sponsored medical institutions are a
fundamental part of American Jewish tradi-
tion, as Mr. Simonhoff himself, points out.
Wherever they exist throuqhout the nation,
they bring praise and gratitude horn the many
.:ties to whose medical needs they minister.
Miami's experience has been no different in
this regard. Jews and non-Jews, alike, have
continued to voice their feelings about Mount
Sinai's importance to them. The hospitala
healing center, a source of medical research,
a seminar for international medical discussion
has reflected on the Jewish community prac-
tically and spiritually.
Only ten years in existence and hardly six
since it moved horn its already then inade-
quate site on Alton rd. in the South Beach area.
Mount Sinai today carries on interne training
programs and has by this time graduated sev-
eral classes of students in its fully accredited
school of practical nursing. The hospital's
clinics annually offer medical services to
thousands of persons on a free or part-free
basis.
An institution in the traditional South, it has
done its progressive share markedly to ad-
vance the concept of human brotherhood with
the appointment to its staff of Negro physicians
and with the establishment of facilities for ren-
dering expert medical care to Negro patients.
This is no accident; this is a fundamental as-
pect of Jewish tradition, clearly etched upon
the backdrop of discrimination against the
Jew, himself, over the ages.
Thus, prior to the advent of Mount Sinai on
the Miami scene, Jewish physicians found it
virtually impossible to receive appointments
as members of local hospital staffs. A Jewish-
sponsored hospital in this area has. of course,
changed that condition. And, in equal regard.
The Jewish FlorlJian does nol guarantee the Kaab-
ruth of the me-chandie* ailvertlaed In Its columns.
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Volume 29
Friday. June 3, 1955
Si van 13. 5715
Number 22
During The Week... a
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By LEO MINDLIN
THAT MAN from Starke is at it again. I gUes
angry with the people of this area, and he doesn't intend i"'
forget they made a mistake in not voting him back to th rli
mansion. Probably, the word "quite" here is an inanVm.!. v"1
..I hie Irno faalinac Vnr n Inkno l. .u a,[ i.
of his true feelings. For Sen. Johns took the
Position at T
fiRTILE PLANTING ARIA
when the local Displaced Persons program
called far guaranteed employment for new
Americans. Mount Sinai opened its doors and
helped DP's become integrated citizens of our
community by offering them jobs in its many
departments. One can. certainly, go on and
on. demonstrating at random the value of
Mount Sinai Hospital to Greater Miamising-
ling out with little effort the medical, social
and research benefits this Jewish-sponsored
institution has heaped upon all of us.
But Mount Sinai, obviously, needs no de-
tense. Its programs have spoken and con-
tinue to speak for themselves. The generous
outpouring of over one million dollars on the
part of local residents since the recent an-
nouncement of the development fund for a new
Mount Sinai is ample evidence of the com-
munity's support of a Jewish-sponsored hos-
pital here.
Just in Case They've Forgotten
There is little point, we suppose, in continual-
ly beating the drum of warning so far as a
rearmed Germany is concerned. The fact is
that German resiliencyGermany's ability to
make a remarkable industrial come-back only
ten years after its virtual destruction has
been precisely what the Western powers want-
ed, with the exception of a frightened and di-
vided France.
We can not therefore be outraged over their
"inability" to experience disquiet in the face of
Germany's new freedom. Our own govern-
ment, as an example, has gone all out in an
effort to guarantee Bonn's future military might.
Last week's Presidential Executive Order, mak-
ing eligible for wholesale pardon war criminals
including Gestapo and SS menis a case
in point.
So anxious is the U.S. State Department for
Germany's friendship that it has made one of
the most shameful deals in this nation's his-
toryhas offered Bonn the right to grant wide-
spread clemency to these criminals as the
price for rearmament. This indicates two
things:
1. The German people are sensitive about
their imprisoned war leaders. They do
not believe that either they or their lead-
ers committed any wrongs, and they
threatened non-cooperation with the West
if we failed to expiate the "sin" of Nurn-
berg.
2. Our government has succumbed to
literal blackmail, operating according to
the principle that "peaceful" Germany
wants no part of a renewed militarism
and that militarism would have to be
imposed on the "reticent" German peo-
ple for their own good.
We wonder if the Western powers know
these facts, which come to our mind at random
and among countless others:
Dr. Gerhard Peters, of Frankfurt, is now on
trial for having manufactured and sold to the
Third Reich a lethal cyanide product of his
own invention, "Zyklon B." that was used to
murder an estimated 300.000 persons in Nazi
gas chambers.
Although convicted in seven different trials
since the conclusion of World War II, Dr. Peters
is being protected by "high-ranking" German
personalities and is presently working as an
industrial chemist for the IG-Farben chemical
empire in Cologne. During the war, Peters
was manager of the "German Corporation for
Vermin Extermination."
IG-Farben. under the Nazi regime, organ-
ized and operated at its own expense one
of the most notorious concentration camps
and death factories In all of EuropeBuna-
Monowitz.
While only 20 percent of indemnification
claims by Nazi victims have been paid within
the past ten years, 85 percent of the top Nazi
Party leaders get full pensions.' One of every
four Nazi victims has thusfar died without
having any compensation whatever.
The Western world stood idly by while six
million Jews were slaughtered at the hands of
the Hitler murderers. After the war, professing
shock, it excused its inaction by falsely claim-
ing ignorance of the facto. While history shows
otherwise, the Western world again consorts
with the depraved. What will be its excuse
last week that there are more communists in Dade (nun. r*1
where else in the State of Florida. "
But this is unfortunately the end of a sad tale; it fails inn
account the infinitely more abysmal beginning. The Senatnl!l!
passed a bill sponsored by Johns, which would prohibit school
from discussing subjects pertaining to communism, facets of th
Nations and other "world governments." Now, Sen. R. b g T
Miami, warned his colleagues that the Johns bill infringes o""i!
herent right of Americans openly to speak their mind on n
whatever. f'
The talented legislator from Starke replied that he w*
determined to prohibit "the favorable teaching or presentjtwrl
one-world government, socialism, fascism, communism and MfcT
American doctrines. When Sen. Gautier retorted that "we art ti
on thin ice and trying to impair freedom of speech, thought *J
pression in this measure," Johns, with the glint of coercion in |
thereupon reminded him of the preponderant number of con*,
in Dade County and voiced surprise over the opposition to hi* l
especially by "the distinguished senator from the Thirteenth."
In essence, this means that the former Acting Governor feekt
Gautier ought be willing to accept at face value any method drj
to outroot subversives from our midsteven if unconstitutional
vote of 29 to 7. by which the bill passed, means that many otherk.
lators join Sen. Johns in advocating such an hysterical position ij
put in mind of the frightful book-burnings that marked the i
and subsequent fall of one. Adolf Hitler, some twenty yean jg, i
-hock then generally expressed by Americans at thi> kind of i
intellectual control hardly seems to exist in our time Sen Joe*!
introducing his bill to the Florida legislature, among other things,kf
ed out at communist "brain washing technique- I -uhmit thatl
purpose of his bill is to achieve precisely the verj same er,d-iol
wash the students of our state.

IN THIS regard. Sen. Johns seems perfectl> willing to n
the techniques of those he purports to hold in contempt The mail
Starke would vigorously deny this. He would remark on his prohia
against "favorable teaching or presentation" as a case in point I
who will judge what shall be deemed favorable? I have a
citizens' groups may play a major role herein "affaire of state"
wierd agglomerations of self-righteous personalitie- who from I
time demonstrate impatience with the "incompetence" of den
and who act on impulse rather than reason to make what appears I
much-needed "popular" adjustment of the governing process.
The Magruder textbook controversy in Miami about two yeinj
is an example, and there is little reason to believe that the John]
will operate with any greater finesse. Intent on repressing disi
of communism in the schools, it must inevitably develop a
where students without guidance will learn to respond to
on an emotional rather than an intellectual basis. Thus may !jj
visioned on a grand scale the identical vigilante atmosphere ill
the Johns abomination passed through the Senate last week.
I do not trust emotion. Man's struggle toward cultural Khk
is a vivid history wherein are depicted his victories over unti
emotion. Any move made in the direction of tethering intelk
quiry must be regarded as a defeat in this constant struggle
a legislator encourages the attenuation of man's educational r
he should be held suspect; in order is an examination of the |
that he is motivated by political ambition. Now, Sen Johns'
appears to be relatively benign in character. He would merely I
be back in the Governors' mansion two years from today.
I hold no distaste for his inclination. I merely question his i
The bitterest scene of his late defeat was right here in Dade Ce
By his own admission Friday in Tallahassee, he was also hurts!
suit of the failure of Florida's teachers to support him. "sever
percent ... (of whom) opposed me in the last governors!
Perhaps he has little reason to presume that Dade s vote jm
enough to guarantee him victory in this area next time out.
he has equally little reason to hope for a change in heart >m
teachers. But by sponsoring his bill on communism, Se"^JT!
succeeded in galvanizing other sources of support which be
count upon previously.
PROOF OF these suppositions lies precisely in the' Sta*
lator's denial of them. He told a United Press corrt'sPondeJl!n^|
it was untrue that his bill had been drawn to punish the Flow-
cation Association for refusing to unify the teacher vote into
Johns orgy. In the face of this self-absolution from sin. he co
"They didn't know what they did when they voted against roe. Jl
the chosen people who crucified Christ. I feel like their eyai
now."
The tone of this comment reflects a diseased cru^",1*
Simultaneously, it shows Sen. Johns to be one of the worsl *
in political history. There is more than threat here in tn*
how people had best vote in 1986; there is virtual ins ruei*
County did not know the extent of its ingratitude in failing ^
1 him; therefore. Dade County, has more communists than any
in Florida. Seventy-five percent of the teachers affirmed
in Got. Collins; therefore, they must be emasculated proiessio ^ .
The pattern of the next gubernatorial race k th"s "jj^l
Dade County, Sen. Johns will emphasize the bill he sponsor^
with regard to hotel advertising aimed at "selected client
also point to his achievement in "communist control ^
failing more aptly to call it teacher controlas a means ^
support precisely from those who employ thi- km'1 _llooetof"*
Elsewhere. Sen. Johns will declare his opponent to '"';'^"da led WJ
County communism and orate on the need to have r' starkel
proper spokesmen I doubt seriously that the man iro ^,
either political or historic intelligence. He could not ^^
fathered his bill; nor could he otherwise have alluded ^
and offensively to false myths about the crucifixion ^
'the 1950 campaign during which former Sen I ,;u"lc ^ iesso|
! talked his way through Florida should serve as an o
Johns. ...
a it c" n
The scene is set. and the stakes are on the boara mUity
to the Starke Senator that the decent residents of tni> fttf w
been slurred; nor can it matter that teachers may *j*> fgl nw
out honestly and to practice their profession ni'nr'';liiriti*
ernor's mansion at Tallahassee ia now a thundering com i


JAY. JUNE 3, 1955
L Herman Again
Ids '52' Association
jjss Emily Herman will head
|"52" Association for the com-
[year. This is her second con-
Itjvf term as president.
L and other officers will be
lllcd by Eve Tellegen at a
heon Sunday to be given at
the Beef & Bird, Miami Beach.
Serving with Miss Herman will
be Sylvia Hirschfield, Esther Mar
shall, Betty Levine, vice presi-
dents; Nettie Lane, corresponding
secretary; Frances Friedland, re-
cording secretary; Rita Stark, fi-
nancial secretary; Jesse Marcus,
treasurer.
'Jewlst)rhrMi^r
Young Married Couples Plan
l'iitio dance will be the first so-
cial event for the newly organized
Young Married Couples group of
Temple Emanu-EI Saturday eve-
ning, June 4, in the home of the
advisors to the group, Mr and Mrs.
Ira Walsey, 4245 Alton rd.
Committee chairmen are presid-
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haven;
PAGE 5 A
Social Event
treasury, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Yedlin; secretaries, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Katzen; arrangements, Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Ager; program,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Berkell and
Mr .and Mrs. Lawrence Niditch:
and invitations, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Gertner.
JWV Auxiliary to Meet
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliar.
,of the .Ie,,wi>li War Veterans will
meet Wednesday evening, June 8
at the Republican Club. Fina.
: plans for a rummage sale slated
; June 10 at Stevens Market will be
! made at that time. Also to be dis
cussed is the post's annual donor
dinner Sunday evening, June 12, at

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Candlelight Rites
For Patricia Godelph
A candlelight ceremony united
Patricia Jane Godelph and Sander
W. Salkind at the Empress hotel
Sunday at 5 p.m. Dr. Joseph Narot
efficiated. A buffet dinner follow-
ed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice L. Godelph. 6811
Corsica st.. Coral Gables. Her dress
was of white chantilly lace over ice
blue. The skirt extended into a
chapel length train.
She carried a bouquet of white
orchids and lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Merton Zitin. Philadelphia,
the bride's sister, mi her matron
of honor wearing blush pink chif-
fon. The three bridesmaids. Patsy
Karp. Wayne LaPoff and Herma
Pergament wore blue taffeta. Lit-
tle Jo Ann Zitin. the flower girl,
was dressed in pink organdy.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman W. Salkind, Evanston,
111., chose his father as best man.
Ushers were Merton Zitin. Michael
Bain. Donald Levine and Herbert
Bernstein. Peter Salkind. brother
cf the bridegroom, was junior
usher.
After a honeymoon in Las Vc-
| 18, the couple will live in Chicago.
km*i*t>nr>rkM9r7
Miss Gerstenfeld
Weds Mr. Bozanic
Miss Maxine Iris Gerstenfeld
became the bride of a University
of Miami engineering student Sat-
day. She exchanged wedding vows
with John Joseph Bozanic in a
c'ouble-ring ceremony at the home
of Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, 842
Sevilla ave.. Coral Gables Mr. Bo-
ianic is the son of the late Mr and
Mrs. John Bozanic. of Worcester,
N. Y.
Father of the bride gave her in
marriage. She wore a chantilly
lace and tulle gown which extend
ed into a cathedral train. Her four-
tiered veil fell from a cap of tulle
jmd seed pearls and she carried
white orchids on a white Bible.
Miss Roslyn H. Fox. the bride's
college roommate, was maid of
honor in gray chiffon over pink
taffeta. She carried pink carna-
tions.
Joyce Ivy Gerstenfeld was her
Mster's flower girl. She wore pink
organdy. Patrick J. Malone was
best man. A dinner at the Colony
ii -iaiirani followed the wedding.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and the University
of Miami. She is an advisor to Del-
ta Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls
Mr Bozanic attended Worcester
fchools and is an Air Force veter-
an. At the UM he is president of
Sigma Valiant Duncans, veterans'
sthletic fraternity.
New address of the couple will
be 4290 SW Second ter.
Miss Lipsitz Picks
White Satin Gown
For Sunday Rites
Colony restaurant was the scene
of a marriage of Joan Fay Upsitl
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lip-
ntz. 608 SW 26th rd.. Miami, and
Dr. Stanley J. Ruzow. son of Dr.
j.nd Mrs. Joseph Ruzow. Dayton.
O. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan performed
the 4:30 p.m. ceremony Sunday.
Dr. Joseph Ruzow. father of the
j room, acted as hi- best man. Ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Samuel
1 ishkind, of Hollis. L.I., sister of
Ihe bride. Andrea Fishkind. Mice
of the bride, was her junior brides-
maid.
The bride wore a traditional
white satin bridal gown with long
Meeve-to-wrist point, illusion neck
line with clusters of seed pearls on
the bodice and a very full bouf-
lant skirt extending in a cathedral
train. Her three-ticrred French il-
lusion fingertip veil was attached
to a headpiece of lace and pearls.
J-he carried a bouquet of white
orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Mrs. Ruzow attended Walsh
School of Business Science. Dr.
Ruzow graduated from the College
of Medicine of Ohio State Univer-
sity, where he belonged to Phi
Delta Epsilon medical fraternity
and Zeta Beta Tau social fratern-
ity. He has been a resident physi-
cian at Jackson Memorial Hospital
and now practices in Hialeah. He
served with the Navy.
Mrs. Sander W. Salkind
Mr*. Mm J. teiamc
Mr*. Charles *.
Miss fanet Mesinger
Mist Rosalind YtUeles
Reception Reveals
Janowitz Troth
Reception Sunday at the Shel-
bornc hotel, Miami Beach, honored
Miss Eleanor Janowitz and her fi-
ance Howard M. Sonn.
Mr and Mrs. Michael Janowitz,
2126 SW 16th st.. announced their
daughter's engagement. Mr. Sonn
is the son of Mrs. Fay Sonn. 3*90
SW 9th ter.
The couple has set Oct. 16 for
their wedding date.
Miss Janowitz graduated from
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Mr. Sonn attended Providence.
R. I., schools and the University of
Miami.
Meimwiu. xa(h
Exchange Y0Vvs
Miss Belle K;ich | M
Charles Harold Na^*"0**
riedat 8:11., ,m *"< 3
" wedding trip ,o ,&: *
live in Idea. N Y u ""n31
Rabb. Max Shapiro maj
ice in the home of the hi**'
Miss Pauline Soloi^
21st ter. A reception Wfi,
ceremony. ww**l
The bride i, daughter .
and Mrs. William iSLJ
SW 19th, st. She wre a^
blush silk illusion with CV
ice, cap sleeve, and match.
mitts. Her hi,,.., illusion '
heK,d, ,0 Vf CP She carLI
white orchid on a Bible.
Richard Meirowitz, the
brother, was best man.
Miss Estelle Kleishroaa, whoi
troduced the couple n
honor. She wore white _
over blue taffeia and carrie?!
low roses.
The bridegroom is ion 0| il
and Mrs. Max Nathan, Utltt
Edelman. (ioldben
Married May 1!)
Mr. and Mrs Sam Edelman
East DiLido dr. announce the i
riage of their daughter. Chart
to Maury Goldberg, son o( Mn
i Mrs. William Goldberg Wr
Pa.
The rites were held May Ul
Temple Emanu-KI. with Rabbi|
ing Lehrman officiating,
Maid of honor was the
sister, Marcia Her brother,!
Miss lleanor Janowiti
Richard Allen Pallot
Is Her Fiance
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L Stanly.
of Jacksonville, announce the en-
gagement of their niece. Miss Rosa-
lind Brown Wedeles. Rosalind is
the daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph S. Wedeles. of Quincv.
Fla.
Her fiance, Richard Allen Pallot.
is the son of Mrs. Julia Pallot. 351
Alhambra cir. Coral Gables, and
the late Moses Pallot.
Miss Wedeles will receive her
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University of Florida in June. She
was recently selected for the Hall
of Fame, is a member of Trianon,
women's honorary leadership,
scholarship, and service fraternity,
and has served as president of
the Women's Student Association,
Panhellenic Council and Alph Ep-
liiOD Phi social sorority.
Mr. Pallot is a senior at the Uni-
versity of Florida law school. He
is a member of Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity and Pi Lambda
Phi social fraternity He served U
an artillery officer with the Army
in Korea and upon graduation
from law ach >ol In February will
enter the law firm -if Pallot. Silver
and Mulloy, in Miami.
The wedding will take place bo
the home of Mr and Mrs Stanly.
Mcsinger, Soifer
.Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mesinger. of
New Orleans, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Fanet.
to Mr. Frederick Kenneth Soifer.
Mr Soifer is the son of Mr. and
Mrs John W Soifer. 10270 East
Bay Harbor dr., Miami Beach.
Miss Mesinger is at present at-
tending the University of Alaba-
ma, where she is a member of Sig-
ma Delta Tau sorority.
Mr. Soifer is a student at Ala-
bama Polytechnic Institute School
of Veterinary Medicine, at Au-
burn. Ala. He is affiliated with
Omega Tau Sigma, professional
veterinarian fraternity and a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fra-
ternity.
A late summer wedding is plan-
ned.
Fete New Members
June G will be the first of many
parties to be given by (oral Gables
B'nai B'rith Women l<>r prospec-
tive new members
A swim luncheon will be held
at the home of Mrs. Allen Benja-
min, 5125 Donatello ave Acting
as 00 hostesses will be Mrs. Harry
Contorer, Mrs Jack Bernstein.
Mrs Ben Kaplan and Mrs. Hy Les-
nick.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Louis Heines, Mrs. Sydney
Efronson and Mrs. Ben Morgan
stern.
Mr*. Maury CiUktrt
ney, was best nun She was |
in marriage by her lather
Newlywed Mr- < ioldben
, dressecj in a pink organza |o**l
(accented with babj pink orchil
She will graduate from VajSJ
Beach Senior High School
month
Reception followed the *
'rites at the Saxon; hotel Ajjlj
| those present were the wjj
' grandmother. Mr- Anna H*i
man, and her fnen I Mr W"j
bol.-ky. both of Uhii.idelphia
Currently living at tin
Ms. Miami Beach, the ouple
shortly leave for 'heir pern*
residence in Phila-lelph" at
Presidential apartment* 3
groom is associated wits
in the aviation supply bu>i"**
Ardmore
Mr*. Stanley J. Kutaw
Cr -to -b
Mrs Anna R. Berow, of 260
Euclid ave Miami Beach, ia leav-
ing for four months and will va
cation in Hot Springs, Ark., Detroit
and New York.
Miss Jacqueline Kline
Kline, Kott Reveal
New York .Inly Rites
Wedding July 31 in the Waldorf-
Astoria. New York, will unite in
marriage Miss Jacqueline Kline
and Irwin E. Kott
The prospective bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jay
Kline. Scarsdale. NY. A former
University of Miami student, she
was graduated from SkudderColl
vet Finishing School in New York.
Mr. Kott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Louis C. Kott. 4475 Alton rd.. Mi
ami Beach, is an alumnus of the
I University of Miami law school
I He now is a partner in the firm of
Myers, Heiman and Kaplan.
Steins Honor Son.
Fiancee at Party
Mr. and Mrs Max Stein"
ly celebrated at an open no* I
engagement of their ^"1
to Miss Judy Bonnet! iJ
home is at 1270 SW **
Miss Bonnet t is Ihe dJJ
Mr. and Mrs Harry Bong
Washington. DC She attend"
University of Miami ,
The Aug. H weddinl! '
place in Washington, u^
Mr. d Mrs. L^jff^
2000 Liberty ave, Mia*
are leaving for *" "
home in Michigan City. ^
will return here m tin*
High Holidays


r*Y. TUNE 3, 1955
a
l*Mun
Iweet sixteen luncheon party
' honor of Miss Carol Ray-
jjs was given by her pai-
[nls Mr and Mrs. A- David
layvis. 1324 SW 18th St.. on
Sunday May 29. in the Pan-
fcama room of the Biscayne
fenace hotel. Approximately
) of Carol's friends and rela-
tes attended. Among them
,ere Mr. and Mrs. Moe
ehatzman, Mrs. Joseph Ray-
is and her grandmother,
[rs. Bertha Rayvis.
Jerrold Hochfelsen
Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitvah of Jerrold Jay
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoch
|elsen. 1621 NW flOth *., will take
place at Tifereth Israel Northside
(enter on Saturday morning, June
,4. Rabbi Abraham Herson spirit-
,ual leader and Jerrold- teacher
I Will official,., with Cantor Albert
| Giant* rendering the musical por-
|tion of the liturgy.
I Jerrold is a student at Edison
Junior High School and is keenly
I interested in music and the
| graphic arts. He has two listers
Randi, age 8, and Sherry, 6.
I Among those present at the Bar
Mitzvah will be Mrs. Jennie Hoch-
felsen of Miami, paternal grand-
mother; Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Slier,
of Philadelphia, maternal grand-
j parents; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Han-
over, of Philadelphia; Mr. Herman
Stier, Newark; Mr. and Mrs. Max
Hochfelsen, Brooklyn; and Mr
and Mrs. Abe Hochfelsen, Brook
lyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Hochfelsen will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat given in
their son's honor following Friday-
night services.
'itfTTltfTliiaii
PAGE 7A
Jerrold Joy Hochfelsen
Two Will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Two youths will be Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services.
June 4. of Beth David Congrega-
tion.
They are Harvey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin White, and Arthur, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hurray Lazarus.
Harvey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School and has attended Beth
David religious school for the past
three years. Sheila, his twin sis-
ter, will participate in the Sabbath
morning service.
Arthur is also a seventh grader
at Shenandoah and a student in
Beth David religious school.
The Whites and Lazaru-.es will
sponsor floral offerings in honor
of their children.
hd
r \
yke Stiebel was named
Iweetheart of Hillel A.Z.A.
1 a dance in the Delmonico
otel Satuiday night. Myke,
ho is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Alexander Stiebel.
ves at 2150 SW 21st ter. She
completing her junior year
1 Miami Senior High School
nd is president of Tsion BBG
nd parliamentarian and ser-
eant-at arms of BBYO Coun-
il. She is president of her
nglish class, a member of
uture Teachers of America,
uture Business Leaders of
merica and was recently in-
tclled as a member of Na-
onal Forensic League.
Reception to Honor
Ronald Abel
Ronald Abel will become Bar
Mitzvah during Friday evening
services, June 3. of Temple Israel.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo
Abel. 3080 Calusa >t Coconut
Grove, Ronald is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High School
and attends religious school of
Temple Israel.
A reception honoring the Bar
Mitzvah will be held at his home
Sunday afternoon.
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Barry Robert Pesetsky, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peset-
sky, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday, June 4, during
the 9 a.m. Sabbath service.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The celebrant is a
seventh grade student at Mi-
ami Beach High School and
attends the religious school
of Temple Emanu-El.
[Mark Anniversary
Twenty-fifth anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Hammerman
of Miami Beach was celebrated
Thursday with a luncheon in the
Scheherazade room of the Algiers
hotel. Some 35 friends of the cou-
ple attended the silver wedding
ceremonies. Hammerman came to
Miami Beach in 1947 from New
York and is operator and co-owner
of the Promenade hotel on the
Beach.
Ardmore
Stephen Roy Marks, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks,
will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El on
Saturday, June 4, during the
9 a.m. service. Rabbi Irving
Newmans Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks
and Mrs. Djuretta Brooks Weiss of
520 SW 62nd ct., Miami gave a
farewell party for Mr. and Mrs.
Clint Newman who are leaving Mi-
ami to make their new home in
Washington, D.C.
Among guests Iron Miami at
the Sunday party were Melodye
Hope Weiss, Jerry Brooks. Mr. and
Mrs Sam Wolfson. Mr. Morris
Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolf-
son, Mrs. Mike Isker, Barbara Is-
ker, Michael Isker.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Felson and
sons Buddy and David, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Wolfson and son, Bob-
by, Barbara Wolfson, Michael
Wolfson and Mrs. Louis Beverely.
In Washington, Mr. Newman
will continue his studies at the
Law School of Washington Uni-
versity. While in Miami, Mr. New-
man was employed at General Mo-
tors Acceptance Corporation.
Lehrman will officiate. Steph-
en is in the seventh grade of
Nautilus Junior High School
and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
ontainebleau
u
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has added a
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For information call
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MIAMI
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Jordan Kronish. son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Leon Kronish. 4514
Sheridan ave.. will become
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Juno 4, at Temple Beth Shol-
om. Jordan's father, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, will officiate.
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IRIDAY.IUne
Roth Promises
Sensation at Rally
On Beach Saturday
Councilman Burnett Roth this
week called upon the Citizens of
Miami Beach to express their in-
dignation and rejection of what he
described as the "tactics of Goeb-
bels and Hitler which were utilized
.igainst me in the primary cam-
paign of last Tuesday in Miami
Beach."
Councilman Roth charged that
30,000 copies of a "hate-sheet" pub-
lished here had been circulated
throughout the city. "This hate-
>heet." said Roth, "devoting a full
issue to me. costing thousands of
dollars, has honored" me by smear-
ing me I urge all Miami Beach
VOtera to call the Anti-Defemation
League, to check with its executive
director, Gilbert Balkin, and its
chairman. George Talianoff. and to
learn the facts about this publics
linn."
Roth also announced that "sen
rational revelations" would be
made by him at a public rally to
I held Saturday evening at the
Miami Beach Auditorium. He stat-
ed, "You, the people of Miami
Beach, have had your ears filled
vith half-truths and innuendos
about a Little Black Box.' You
were promised that this box would
be opened and terrible things re
vealed The Little Black Box was
Dot opened by those who tried to
lead you on, to whet your interest,
i stimulate your curiosit)
Why wasn't it opened'.' I will
cpen the little black box myself
i i \t Saturday at the Beach Audi
torium." And. continued Roth, I
want to assure my fellow citizens
that the box is not empty On
Saturday night, will disclose to you
the contents Of this box and rc\
in a sensational series of document-
ed revelations, the combination ol
forces, determined to drive me out
ol public life, and even more im-
portant, to deliver Miami Beach
into the clutches of interests who
vill stop at nothing to control and
dominate our cm
Sharet Chapter Will
Install Officers Wednesday
Bebe SalaTourg will be installed
president of Sharet Chapter, li'nai
B'rith Young Women, on Sunday
afternoon. June 5, at Ramon res
taurant. 3651 SW 8th st. Mrs, Ger-
ald Soltz. president of the Metro
politan Women's Council, will be
installing officer.
200 to Celebrate
Confirmation
Russel Harley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Keusch. 1010 SW 62nd
ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. June 4. at the
West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
Itiisscl is a graduate of Sylvama
Heights Elementary School, where
he served as student council repre-
sentative for three years He is
now a seventh grade student at
West Miami Junior High School.
where he is president of his class
and | member of the concert band.
Russel is a patrol leader in Seoul
Troop 328. He Is also the troop
bugler, For the past four years,
lie has been president of the Pre-
Teen group affiliated with the cen-
ter.
A reception for 200 people will
follow the services. Later that eve
ning there will be a party lor 4i)
of his friends.
Hirsch School of Drama
Plans Summer Workshop
Sam Hirsch School of Drama.
:<:."; W -47th st Miami Beach, will
offer a ten-week summer theatre
workshop June 27 through Sept -'
M l'ir > oungsters anil teen
Will be held Monday through
Friday mornings of each week
from 9:30 to 12 30 Practical par-
ticipation will be ^tressed in act
ing. speech, makeup, playw riling,
scenery and history of the theatre
Arthur S. laiarvs
Arthur Lazarus to
Be Bur Mitzvah
Arthur Stuart Lazarus will In-
come Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
daj morning services of Beth
David Congregation. June 4.
A siudent at the religious school
of Beth David for the past eight
yean, the Rar Mitzvah BUM attends
Shenandoah Junior High School,
where he i- in seventh grade and
belongs to the band.
Arthur is the ion ol Mr and
Mrs Murray Lazarus. 3120 SW 261 h
st., Miami
Kiddush will follow the cere-
ninnies Saturday morning Among
lutoftown guests expected are
Mr and Mrs. Sam I.azarowitz. of
New York City. Arthur's uncle
and aunt; Mr. and Mr- Edward
I'eek and Mr. Leon Toyster, Dania.
nd Mr and Mrs Peter Blue-
stem. Hollywood. Fla.
A reception will bo held in
Arthurs honor Sunday cvcninu at
Dinner Key Auditorium Invited
a- honored guests are Miami May-
or and Mrs. Abe Aronowitz. Miami
Beach Mayor and Mrs Harold Sha-
piro. Judge and Mrs Albert Dub
bin and Judge and Mrs Milton
Friedman.
Kriensky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Barnet
Kriensky, formerly of 39 Santilane
ave will be held Sunday. June 5.
11:30 a m at Mt. Nebo I Ymetcr>
Mr. Kriensky is survived by his
wile. Jennie; three sons. Morns F.
of New York City, Lewta I. of Dor-
chester, Mass and Joseph, of Mai-
den. Maps.: one daughter. Miss
Ann .Kriensky. of Cortl Gables:
two sisters. Mrs Samuel Spector.
of Miami, and Mrs. Ida Prokup.
of Revere. Mass ; and five grand
children. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Toretzky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sophie
Toretzky. formerly of 2930 SW
17th st.. will be held Sunday. June
5, 1 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Itabbi S. T.
Swirskj officiating. Mrs Toretzky
is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Minna Chekanaw and Mrs Flaine
Juara. both of Miami: also two
sons. Mischa and Jack; and seven
grandchildren Arrangements are
in charge "' Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are aaked to attend.
Schneider Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joel K
Schneider, formerly of 1150 8th
st.. Miami Beach, will be held Sun-
day. June 5, 1 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai '
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Akiva Chill officiating. Joel |
is survived by his parents. Mr. and '
Mrs. Louis Schneider, a brother. !
Neil, and his grandparents. Ar-
rangementa are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
3.19
Kaufman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Libby
Kaufman, a resident of Detroit.
Mich., and a winter visitor of Flor-
ida, formerly of 221 NE 104th st.,
North Miami, was held on May 29
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Henry Ukolica officiating. Mrs.
Kaufman is survived by her hus
band. Sam; one daughter. Mrs.
Fredelyn Canter; one son. Dr. J. S.
Kaufman, of Detroit; four sisters
and two grandchildren. Arrange-
ments were in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company.
Berman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham (AD Berman. formerly of 87
Washington ave., Miami Beach,
was held Sunday. May 29. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. Mr. Berman is
survived by his brother. Joseph C.
Berman. Arrangements were in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company.
Nurenberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Nurenberg. formerly of 2006 SW
5th ave, will take place Sunday.
June 5. 3 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciating. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Auxiliary to Meet
Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary
will meet Friday morning in the
Memorial room of the hospital
Past presidents' advisory council
will be formed, including the Mes-
dames Max Dobrin. Monte Selig.
Louis Krensky, Harold Spaet and
Morris Goldin.
Rosenstein Unveiling
ine dedication of a ,. '
the memory of the IRj-th
sen stein, formerly of R7 '^ *
rd.. w.ll take p,acyc SJ5 1ft, I
11 a.m.. at M. Sina, u "^
Park Cemeterv. wh dJt'"0"''
Swirsky officiating *}
stein is survived by her k T^
Samuel; three .l|lu,hLhu^
Shirley Warsaw Jfj} J
Solomon of Miami, and Mr;M!2
Hams, of New York Ch,T?
brother, four sisters Jr.1*
grandchildren. Arrange '?"
.n charge of Thurmond m'^
Company. Friends and r *
are asked to attend. "*
Phi Sigma Sigma
To Install Officers
Phi Sigma Sigma .-\lumn* w
nation of Greater \|,ami **
stall new officers a, a m^
the home of Mr- Victor bI
3370 SW 17,h s, on tJ+>
ning, June 7. "
To be installed are: PrtMdm
Mrs. Joseph Klein; u.%$
Mrs. Paul Furmar.; treasurers
Jerome Adleman; recording sec*
tary. Clemantine Barship cot
sponding secretary. Jane Simman
alumnae advisoi \ir, r l-
Rosen.
New committee chairmen ir
Mrs. Eugene Brain-. Sphinx fo.
porter; Mrs. Hy I..,,-. (;nodtlll. j
Mrs. Robert Rosen National
hellenic Represent a v. r: Madelm
Weinman. Magazine Mrs j \^
man. Philanthropy: and Mrs. Ray
aid Ager, Blue and Gold Fund.
Annual alumnae brunch for
graduating senior- will be held
Saturday. June 4 at Arthur Ba-
sel's.
Mrs. Eugene Bram- and Mrs.
Ronald Ager have been named c*
chairmen for the coming national
convention of Phi Sigma Sigma to
be held in Miami June, 1956.
re*** mgSggS*
|*1 | Aa<"KKK
"f, HAROLD TURK'S Blumorint
for the future!
'no^d cl.n.c Mrvic*.locol ho.p..al. *
SH*7^ mm, .o mrnrn r ,
(l''l I'"' \.\\ l
I I'll l'ol A,]\.)
Re-Elect Harold TURK Lever 9*


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UmAY. TUNE 3. 1955
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Don't Be Misled!
AN APPEAL FOR THE TRUTH!
By Nat Roth Brother of
BURNETT ROTH
Candidate for Re-Election to
Miami Beach City Council
I appeal to the voters of Miami Beach not to be misled by attacks made upon Burnett
Roth. I warn the voters to be on guard against hate-sheets circulated throughout
the Beach, "smearing" Burnett Roth, who has fought vigorously for the past twenty
years against all un-American activities and groups in Florida. I urge the decent peo-
ple of Miami Beach to learn the TRUTH about hate-sheets by verifying the FACTS !
Call and learn all the truth about this smear against a community leader like Burnett
Roth. YOU can be the next victim! ALL of us can be the targets when truth is sold out
and lies prevail! Telephone the following outstanding community leaders and hear
the TRUTH!
PAUL SEIDERMAN, Chairman of the Anti-Defamation League Committee JE 8-8356
GEORGE TAUANOFF, National Anti-Defamatio n League Committee JE 8-1688
GILBERT BALKIN, Executive Director, Anti-Defamation League 3-6306
THE BLACK BOX
You Have Heard About a Black Box During the Past Few Weeks ...
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE KEY?
WHY IS THIS BLACK BOX STILL LOCKED UP?
Learn the Real Truth About This BLACK BOX
It Will Be Opened at a Mass Meeting an
Saturday NightJUNE 4th
off he
Beach Municipal Auditorium, Miami Beach
YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR THE TRUTH
By-BURNETT ROTH
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION TO CITY COUNCIL
Yes BURNETT ROTH Has The Keys To The Black Box
VOTETUESDAY, JUNE 7, PULL LEVER 8A FOR BURNETT BOTH
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Powell Returns
From Capital
On Bill 25
Richard Says
He's 'Grateful' for
Beach Primary Vote
Melvin J Richard, high man In
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
tho Beach council primary race
Senior Miami Beach Councilman stated toda* "1 am thankful to the
IN(
I>. lx-e Powell rcpni-tcil TlMadaj
nun) good voters oi Miami B< icI
that the state legislature in Talla- ii" helped dm
hassee passed a bill making it il "During mj f< < "l:
legal to displaj restricted tigni I oilman and prior to ii l fought
based on religion throughout Flor eliminate many inequities, and at
meeting after met tin | t>l the
Council. I pointed out then
Tho candidate said thi
condition for one, has come about
as a re-uit oi greed and avarice on
the par! oi those who wanted the
city to make available unearned
profits by changing the u-e to
which proper!) could be pul which
they had purchased tor oilier pur
I studied carefully the B.irthol
ida
Powell made a special weekend
trip to the state capital last Pridaj
after learning the bill \ i- I
down in committee. He reported
earlier this week that he had been
assured the bill. Senate Bill 25.
would be brought ont on the spe-
cial order calendar and pas
A victor in Tuesday's Miami
Beach primary election. Powell h.i
long been a spirited fighter against omew report and the Connell re-
nigotry. intolerance and racial dis-| ports on city planninu which COS)
crimination of any kind, his sup-
porters pointed out
In his platform for the current
campaign. Powell has again pledg
< il lo continue his war against all
forms of unAmericanism
Liberman Prepares
For June 7 Runoff
After his victor) in Tuesday's
Miami Beach primary election,
councilman Marcie Liberman is e\
pecteel to make several speeches
through Monday in preparation for
the June 7 general election
So far in the rampign. I.iberman
has limited his speech making to
brief explanations of his four point
program. Fie said he was basing
his bid for reelection on his past
record of public sor\ ice and cur-
rent progressive plan
He condensed his platform into
lour points: increased off-street
parking: construction of an exhibi-
tion hall, development of Pelican
I-land for recreational purposes,
and modernization of the
< 'barter
$18,000. and warned the city that
heed should be given to their con-
tents "
Richard is married and has two
children, the older of whom. Bar-
ry, was Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Sholom recently.
Richard served for two years
as municipal judge at Miami Beach
He resigned when World War 11
broke out to Volunteer lor service
m the United States Navj He re-
ceived official commendation for
dutj in enemy territory in the
European Theatre of Operations
For four years he served as a city
councilman
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XnTH'K I- HEREBY IIVEN thai
llir ni"1 "iif to i n.ii- in
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SOI'THERN IHSI'LAY I'lSTItlKl-
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Beach political career in Decem-
ber. 19943. when he was appointed
councilman to frll the unexpired
term of Mitchel Wolf-on. who was
ed in active militar) duty.
He finished his first term as
Iman in 1947, then entered
the next race on his own behalf.
.;. he collected more votes
than any candidate ever had gath-
ered previously His majority in
stalled him as the city's mayor
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Hi,, mill, -iirii.-.l. dealrilMJ :.. enave in
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Segal Leaves Miami;
To Work With Farband
Bernard Segal, insurance man
and former Jewish communal
worker, has accepted an invitation
to become organizational director
oi the Farband Labor Zionist Or-
der in Los Ant:
As of July 1. Segals new ad
. will be 8339 West Third -t
Lot Angeles. C'al.
CAMP CHERRYLOG
FOR BOYS
It's high in the mountains an the
aid hunting grounds al the Chero-
kee Indians. All the usual sports
plus mountain climjing Indian
arrow head hunts, trips to Civil
nd Indian war battlefields. Only
5225.00 for 8 weeks.
Phone HI 8-7586
for references to local patrons
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY (JIVEN thai
daralsnad, daatrlns t-> enfafa in
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ATTRACTION AM' REHORT 1->I-T -
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[He rRIBI TINO <"' IMPANV.
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Ivanue, Miami, l-iii..
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Clerk "( i in Circuit Court >( I ? Counts', Florida
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name uli the Ctorh ol the Clroull
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Attorney! foi Appllcanca
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the iimi.:-iiti.-.i daalrlna lo -iiaH- in
buaincaa umlrr tin- fu-mloua nun.- of
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m.Y IUNE 3, 195S
fien Eyes Runoff
lere Next Week
With a community service rec-
, !!, ,| ii.is .ccn him take leader-
^d m many major medical, reli-
ou. and civic chanties, Leonard
Wien Miami Beach business-
an for Hip la.-t 20 years, is step-
,, his activities in the cur-
Miamj Beach city council
Inip.irs" runoff due next week.
\\\ pn (in. Wien is treasurer of
Lnt Sinai Hospital and a trustee
F,h, hospital. He served as chair-
an ol the Mount Sinai Jubilee af-
[rom 19591 to 1954 and was
lirman oi the 3oint Federation
Mount Sinai Hospital commit-
tee. Fr6Yn 1952 through 1954, Wicn
was president of the Cancer Insti-
tute.
Presently, he is the donor of the
annual Leonard A. Wien Award for
outstanding research in cancer
cytology.
Some of his other affiliations in-
clude: director, B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League; board of gov-
ernors and executive committee,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Florida State Hospital Advisor}
Council; Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce; past president, l'i
Lambda Phi Alumni Chapter. Uni-
versity of Miami; founder. Better
Business Bureau; director, Temple
Israel; member. Zionist Organiza-
tion of America; director. Lincoln
Road Association,
sleni PAGE 11 A
UM Teacher Granted
NCCJ Scholarship
James M. LeC.atc, chairman of
the NCCJ board, announced Wed-
nesday that Bryce Dunham, assist-
ant to the Dean in the College of
Arts and Sciences at the University
of Miami, had been awarded a
graduate scholarship from the Con-
ference to pursue doctoral work in
human relations at New York Uni-
versity this summer.
Dunham has been active in the
program of the Conference, having
served as a program coordinator
for an NCCJ radio series, a con-
sultant and a participant in In-
stitutes and Workshops sponsored
by the Conference.
The Citizens of Miami Beach
Want Better Government and are
Proud to Endorse & Support
LEONARD A.
WIEN
FOR MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL
A MAN OF PROVEN BUSINESS ABILITY...
DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE...
TRULY A MAN FREE OF ANY AND
ALL POLITICAL TIES...
>
JACK CARNER
JULES GILLETTE
FRED BASDIN
E. E. BLOOM
RITTER LEVINSON
DR. IRVING GORDON
DR. ABE HOLLENDER
JOFiN OWEN
JAY PERLMUTTER
NAT KLEIN
MRS. SIDNEY WEINTRAUB
DR. SEYMOUR ALTERMN
MRS. MURRAY SHAW
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
GEORGE BERTMAN
MAURICE 0R0VITZ
SIDNEY B. G0RCH0V
BILL WIRTSCHAFTER
LEONARD TREISTER
JOEL SALZMAN
BEN B. GAINES
ARNOLD LEVY
ALLEN ANDUR
LEONARD ABESS
SAM BLANK
GUS GIEGER
HOWARD KANE
MAX OROVITZ
JOE ROSE
DAN RUSKIN
JAKE SHER
MILTON WEISS
MRS. ROSE WEISS
SAM FRIEDLAND
MOLLY SILVERMAN
CARL SUSKIN
iy V-
!\
AL PALLOT
FRANCIS FARREY
DAVE PHILLIPS
JOHN SERBIN
MAURICE UNGER
ROUSE SMITH
BEN KLINE
MARCUS SAROKEN
DR. JACK FALK
HENRY WOLFF
ARNOLD SEEDER
MORTIMER WIEN
AARON FARR
WE URGE YOU TO SUPPORT AND
WIN WITH WIEN
HEADQUARTERS Phono JI1-3738
Beth David to Graduate
Six Students Sunday
On Sunday morning, June 5,
closing* exercises for the Beth
David,religious school.,will be held
in the synagogue.
To be graduated are Cynthia
Bott, Allen Goldman, Dale Hand-
shu, Joel Kutnick, Edward Leviten
and Jerome Spector, who will be
presented with diplomas by Bert
Sher, chairman of the board of
education.
Beth David Sisterhood, through
its president, Mrs. Harold Ben,(\
will present each of the graduates
with a Bible.
Puchkoff Scholarship awards
for outstanding Hebrew school
students will be presented, and a
grand prize will be given by the
Beth David Men's Club for out-
standing attendance at Sabbath
morning services.
Hall Favors Change
For South Shore
Charles F. (Chuck) Hail, 37-year-
old candidate for Miami Beach City
Council, a Miami Beach apart-
ment and hotel owner and former
professor of languages at North-
western University, this week said
he would fight to stop juvenile de-
linquency before it starts by of-
fering children more recreational
facilities that will keep them off
the streets.
Hall said he also favors complete
rejuvenation of South Shore to in-
crease its prosperity and a deep
sea harbor at South Shore to serv-
ice large cruise ships in order to
swell the revenue of all of Miami
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 ol Miami Beach to save
money by improving present cause-
ways before building others and
low cost nursery plan for children
of families where both parents
work.
SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32
WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY
between 25 35. Write Mr. L., Box
2973, Miami 18.
Upper Duplex4 Exposures
FOR RENT
2 Bath 2 Large Corner Bedrooms.
separate dining room, spacious Fla.
room. Plenty of storage area Sue
and convenience of private home at
modest rental. 335 S.W. 30th Rd.
HOUSE Of PICTURES
Miami's Newest
Large Selection of Fine Prints Oils
Engravings Modern Traditional
Framed Unframed
Picture Framing Dry Mounting
Repairs Open Mon. & Fri. til 9 p.m.
6237 Biuoyne Blvd. Ph. 84 9812
Would Like Woman To
Share Private Home
with middleaged widow. Strictly
kosher kitchen, 2 blocks from Coral
Cables bus. Call MO 7 1839.
3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
Dad* County Pine Home
Good condition. Large living room-
lining room. Nice front porch. Near
schools, bus. stores and Israelite Cen-
ter. S7,950.00MO per month 2830
S.W. 32nd Ave.. Phone HI 6-5515.
SITUATION WANTED
PERSONABLE YOUNG MAN of
30, single, college graduate, has
majored in business administra
tion, accounting and advertising^
Can do bookkeeping, shorthand
and type. Familiar with office
managerial and advertising pro-
cedures, having had local expen.
ence. I possess the aptitude of
readily applying myself to assigned
problems. For further information.
please contact me through my
brother. LOUIS B. BUSH, Director
of NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE. PHONE 9S443.
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
1st Vice President, Mam-
Beach Chamber of Commerce
Chairman, Citizens Committee,
40th Anniversary Celebration
Vice President, Temple Emanu-
El
Member, 9 years, Zoning Board
City of Miami Beach
Founder and Director, Miomi
Beach Better Business Bureau
Member, American Legion,
Jewish War Veterans, Civic
League
Director, Miami Beach Lions,
Miami Beach Taxpayers Asso-
ciation, Lincoln Road Associa-
tion, Mercantile Notional Bank
Chairman, South Florida Re
gion, Jewish Theologicol Semi-
nary of America
President, Washington Avenue
Association, in 1936 ond again
in 1955
Post President, Miomi Beach
Board of Realtors
P o 11 President, President's
Council of Miami Beach
Member, Guardians of Israel,
Zionists, Brandeis University
Former Member, Auditorium
ond Convention Board
THERE 4 VOTE 4
SAM
HALPERIN
PULL
LEVER
4
PROSPERITY
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1955
SECTION B
IS A JEWISH
HOSPITAL NEEDED?
We BEGAN HUtE 13 YEARS AGO
[ouncil's Last English Class to Graduate
n Tuesday evening, June 7, graduation exer
I of I!" English Classes for the Foreign Born will
bcld at the Miami Senior High School. These
cj,o- mark the end of an important service that
local Section of National Council of Jewish Worn-
u contributed to this community.
ore than 19 years ago, when Council felt that
Leei\ for teaching English to the foreign horn
(not being met, its leaders started with one class
Ljx students, newly arrived Americans As they
Jnucri t" arrive and the need grew, council ex-
|e,l Us ibv.es. added a second class and then a
1952 council was aware that the number of
Eh arrivals to this area was decreasing, but the
Ind f"i" Knglish classes for the foreign born
(continuing and increasing, and it enlisted the
Ihe I'Hie County Board of Public Instruction
look ever co-sponsor.ship of the classes with
under the Minimum Foundation Program
Council now feel that the community has become
ufficiently aware of the problem, that the nee is
being adequately me, and tha, ,, can turn ."serv
lies to some other facet of aid to foreign born
oiJMr\J"Pl, Bel0V has ,,een Principal of these
w-s for he pas, 13 years and .or the pas, three
N.trLn r, C" rSu,Pd bv Bcrnar(l VVe'kirt and
Norman Clover, both members of the Dade County
school system faculty. <-umy
Although Council has formally withdrawn from
the sponsorship of Knglish classes. a, ,his lime, it
ZZ I^t""1! "S in ,hc fiel"on an inf(,rma'
basis. On Tuesday, May 24. the first unit of commu-
nity-sponsored immigrants under the Refugee Re-
lief Act arrived in the Miami area. Since Council
expects about 25 units this coming fiscal year, it
may have some of its volunteers tutor the new ar-
rivals if the new arrivals experience any real diffi-
culties in the classroom.
Jack Corner
TO BE PRESENTED ANNUALLY

Jacques Back, of Nashville Observer,
To Head Jewish Publishers' Group
1 !
David A. Nathan (second from left), chairman of the De-
Iment of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, receives a
que in recognition of his leadership in founding Mount
is annual post graduate seminar. Looking on at the fifth
Rual seminar banquet Saturday evening in the Fontaine-
3u hotel are Max Orovitz. president; Dr. Milton S. Gold-
1, j: resident of the medical staff; and Samuel Gertner,
aital executive director.
WOE SOLICITATION BEGUN
to Compose Leaders' Committee
For Mount Sinai Development Fund
; business and civic
Irs n| I',. (Ireater Miami area
a campaign commit-
rai-ing four million dollars
istruct a new. 300-bed gen-
i in Miami Beach, re-
M Hi' present Mount Sinai
pal. i' was announced here
an !' liu-kin. chairman of the
opment fund.
ami Beach committee mem-
1 "Hard Abes*. Sam
Jack earner, Irving Cypen.
Danbaum, Ben B. Gaines,
P'l Gertner. Mr. Louis Glamor,
M. Goldin, Dr. Milton S.
nan, Sam Goldstein, A. J. Har-
'" .Jacobs, Howard Kane,
rictor Kugel, J. Gerald Lewis.
Liberman, Dr. Louis G. I yl
Nathan. Max Oro
Dr i.;iri Peiaer, David Phil-
; I' 'Hack, Sam Resmck,
Dr. Benjamin R. Ros-
B Kuskm, Mrs Fan-[
11 Harold Spaet. Joseph R.
'"' Milton P. Travers. Carl
F"le. In- s Charles Werbfow. !
a V>un and Louis Wolfson ;
I'mi committee members are'
*>rn Coodman. Aaron Kan
1 -"f-ourt. S. C. Levin-
| Lipton, Stanley C. My
ur ilaroid Rand, Herbert
f <> Sher, William D
I Arthur Ungar.
[ra| Gbles representatives on
remittee are Meyer Baskin,
Heiman and Harold Thurman.,
wood represenUtives are
Stanley Beckerman and A. J. Di-
mond.
The new hospital is a joint pro-
ject of Mount Sinai Hospital and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. It is hoped that construction
will be started next year on Col-
lins Island, immediately adjoining
the present hospital facility, Rus-
kin said.
He added that members of the
committee have already started
area wide solicitation for initial
gifts, and June 30 has been set as
the completion date for the first
itage of the campaign. Progress
reports will be male at weekly
meetings until the target date. Rus-
kin said.
Philip Chasm is executive direc-
tor of Mount Sinai Hospital De-
velopment F u n d headquarters.
which have been opened at f!4.)
Lincoln rd.
W'ALTHAM. MASS.Meetine at
Brandis University for its 13th
annual convention, the American
Association of English Jewish
Newspapers last week elected Jac-
ques Buck, editor and publisher of
The !< Wish Observer. Nashville,
Tern., as president, to succeed
Fred K Shochet. publisher of The
Jewish Floridian.
The election took place at a
luncheon at which Dr. Abram L.
Sachai. president of Brandeis t'ni
varsity, was host io the visiting
editors and publishers.
The publishers and editors
adopted a resolution commending
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency for
its efforts to advance th" standards
of Jewi-h journalism Victor Bien-
toek. general manager, and Boris
Smolar. editor of JTA. were ap-
plauded for their efforts to extend
newa coverage of the agency and
to improve its feature service.
The delegates "pledged anew
their sympathetic support to Israel,
to ihe end that the youn'! state
should win the peace and grow
from strength to strength." and
protested against the arming of
the Arab states to Israel's detri-
ment.
Other resolutions expressed the
association's appreciation to Bran-
deis University for its hospitality
and to Joseph Wek-berg and Ben
Bartzofl, of the boston Jewish Ad-
vocate, for making the convention
arrangements.
Important convention decisions
provided for the following innova-
tions in the English-Jewish pub-
lishing field:
1. Institution of annual awards
to English-Jewish newspapers ad-
judeed (a) publishing the best-
written non-syndicated news
story of th year: (b> th" paper
pub)ishing the edi'orial adjudged
the bestwritten of the year and
(c) the papers adjud"ed th~ best
of the year typographically in the
tabloid, full-sized and magazine
formats.
2. Establishment of a Seminar
on Jewish Journalism, presidents
and publicity directors of all na-
tional Jewish organizations to be
invited to participale in discus-
sions of the place of the English-
Jewish press in American Jewish
life and the relation to them of
the national Jewish organizations.
In his address to the convention
delegates,. Dr. Sachar revealed that
Brandeis Cniversity is the only
school of higher learning in the
country whose student body is on
record as having selected Hebrew
as a major subjeel of studysec-
ond only to French. He announced
that Ihe coming year's freshman
class of 300 has been selected out
of 2.600 applicants.
Dr. Sachar also announced that
Brandeis University has purchased
a large tract of land to assure "de-
velopment for the next 100 or 200
years "
Corner is Seen
A Top Leader
In Campaign
On Friday. June 3, a Miami
Beach resident will leave this area
for five months to return to his
home in Rye. New York.
Community leaders and especial-
ly Combined Jewish Appeal chair-
man Sam J. Heiman will miss the
man sorely.
Jack earner, chairman of the
Winter Residents Division and ac-
tive worker in many other welfare
activities, is easily the surprise
leader of this year's Combined
Jewish Appeal
His division exceeded its 1955
quota of $262,000 sooner than ex-
pected and set about covering addi-
tional prospects in other commu-
nity divisions to prove that CJA
is "one big unified drive." As of
this week, earner's division has
achieved a total of S281.500. over
107 percent of its quota and more
than 125 percent of last year's
Winter Residents achievement.
In addition to leading his own
division over the top. Carner has
'been instrumental in playing a
[major role with the Initial (liti ~
1 Division and in lending strong
support to the i'!>ay" community
campaign at which time earner's
unit raised over S8.000 in a six-
hour effort.
Heiman has called Carner "the
outstanding newcomer to our com-
j munity" and lists as proof of this
j unofficial title earner's dynamic
i services with'. Mount Sinai Hospi-
| tal, Jewish Home for the Aged and
j the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. He served with the building
j subcommittee responsible for the
Iconstruction of the Ablin Memorial
i Wing at the Home for the Aged
and was recently elected treas-
urer of the Home.
He is a member of the Mount
Sinai Hospital advisory board and
one of the newest trustees to be
named to the Federation trustee
unit at the recent annual meeting.
"Of the many hundreds of Win-
ter Residents who have infused the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
with new blood and new leader-
ship and inspiration. Carner has
set an r recedented example for
others to follow," said Heiman. as
he bade farewell to the communal
Continued on Pag* 9 B
IN PREPARATION
Temple Sinai Confirms
Seventeen FridaY Evening
Seventeen students wen
firmed duiing. Frid.n evenn
vuoth sen ee ol Temple Sinai
Jtabbi David Shapiro officiated
Confirmed were Jerry H -v,
ell. Barbara Pearl. Rosalie Donner,
Barry Rosenthal, Ronnie Hutt.
Frai.ces Burton. Harry Goldman,
e Barry, Jerry Rarrish, Bon
n.e Marshall. Daniel Raclfflian,
Diane Liebman. Henry Gertzman.
Betsy Nathanson, Melvyn Greene.
Allen Scheinblum and Lois Rich.
Flagler Seeks Facilities
For Summer Programs
Flayer Granada Jewish Commu-
nity (enter is preparing its sum-
mer recreation activities for youth
and adults participating in the
Center's many religious, cultural
and social programs.
Lou Bush and Harry Shamis this
I week revealed thai Flagler la
Bceking to make contact with par
iwim-
pools
"Our lummer day c imp desper-
.(t(.jV M,H.; lo a swimming
pool." Bosh and Shamis said. "We
will even be JTatefts) tar offers
from private i""'1 owfcara "
Also Deeded al Ihe summer day
camp are a piano and long drapes
for Flagler's auditorium and
chapel.
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Salk, parents of Dr. Jonas Salk. receive
a citation honoring them as "Jewish Parents of the Lear" from
the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies as pait of the National
Family Week Observance. Shown makinq the presentation
is Salim L. Lewis, president of Federation. The scroll of honor
was presented to the Salks as "shining examples of the ad-
vantage given to children today by a secure American family
life and the love, understanding and companionship of the
home."


PAGE 2 B
9-Jtnist ntrkMar
I'll Say...
Is a Jewish Hospital Necessary?
y HARRY SIMON HOP*
The trustees Of Mt Sin-
:-:tal on Mumi Beach sent out im-
- ; imitations to a dinner it
the Fontainebleau Although the
invited guests ere assured that
!:citation of ft .d mar
:he pleasure of the MC
en the expensive Bad
fair spearheaded a dr
M.OOMO0 to erect aea
ML Sina. H
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Praimt of M*intanc
A caanpaipi ir. Miami for S4 0O0.-
a lantr undertakme even :r.
^ exempt donations
he larger problem anse af
dm? The

pital i> enonaou> The |
- is leas*
the c:
red a the deficit
- kith during
the past s\er ha* made
It allotment* of $125,000 A
Stars at tl Miaa Beach
-e< each )
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cart of
a Maj diaie :* :ac
Sear York 1
cor- :he a*e-:
iahu I *->eh
cfcc-
TIm Oriyioal H!
The .".* ho'i-: \---
of p*talia ccedataattt.
cad he aad haachai bos
been exacted arcaadec: of (be
Habeas AcodacT P. T. A.
Mrs. Sotkcdt a n liilotMt-
grt: tar coca* jo* fcaa raorv
at Tacnpie
hesne In Xea York
>fum were coming into exigence
On the loarer East Side tenements
became overcrowded The building
code permitted basement- bel
MM level that had no ventila-
tion, air. or light Medica! science
had not >et dfaaaeacad that fenn-
come* and spread disease
ncken dweller* ia these m
derground tenements would often
die victims of contagion or f.-ul
H aho did get into hos-
suefc as the> were often met
ridieuie hile praying
the>-ere laughed at for r*
eat anthing not Btrifl
Bat norst of I
zeaiou- nuns woaM swnetix-
tiae t- teeble
to object The Church ther
ed on Chn
of the protest- b> the fam.:
the ~e
Mt Haai in New Ycfc
rataewe the wretchef

rtched
;*S3 Since 13b- known
v iptla! Or 2ffih
he first building was com-
pleted at a cost of $30 OOP it con
ur floors on a ffaBtaajl
:eet The basemert contain
ken aad the tee-
ood floor a sveago*"**
length of the btuMmg
-rved between 250 ai
exaeaae of ST 800 a
The poor receded fret
meet and oeUy those w** c- ford .harred
- before Pasteur d
tree the hacterLil origin ot
The largest hos-
Uakaovr. sere the multifarious m-
straaarats. the ram ranes.
tar raraae injections, the chem-
eea >f fbe moderr. ho-
-- '- a r-a_< -.- u- -par
- -. TV -art*- v eta: k -
aaJacm caw liird
. -. r-
-- of the tfcssecting
roaaa. vtthnrt aiming *s hands
-d t- eaaaiiae p-^
-- child re- aaa peafma eaer-
lagation*. there is endence of im
~, Axtuait) a -h^rtage ex
the medical profession Hos
are now eager for interns
The Jewi-h graduate ftadB it less
to enter the institution*
-eking, or een begxing.
for doctors.
Thu- a -eri.Has doubt arisan
hM need for the Jewish ho-
pilal Such ins -jpported
b> Jewtak funds must perforce
or creed The burden on the Jew
ih win- already top
hea\* We hae a double respoasi-
biln* vituen-h.p entails du
the er.x ironment Membership in
the comaiunit> 'he ohii-
gation* of maintaining Jeaish or
ganuationsv No other group or
heav> a burden
The donation per capita of the
i i- par.> alongside the de-
mand* upon the Jew who reeog-
.n we.
ur recent memornr*
6000000 genocided b> the
ur e>e- to the urgency of
-ael on a sound
raa Jer> i- called
upon coreli
-> everywhere Nor car. we
turn our backs upon a
4.000 >ear- W e must utilize the
golden opportunity to build our re-
iigiot- and euiv
tuuotis that fit a veil into the
-:-- -
Nrrhrggate. or.ij added ta the hos-
VcTars
lader sach conditions the Jew
h* haaaita -.-. hast
f-ecaa haaat -- -..->
...- -a- :y .--
daaat eraoatial at the tiae Be-
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ha.- -*;- -. Jrn 1 r---*r--
haj <* caaaaii
-- of V.
Beach without the hag
fwiaiaa The ciaucai
the poor or the free w?
laiiigirt ts aigtifihii 1
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The ttaaatu i g m i
Jewish haagatai caaam ahaat the
a dactar Saaar ci -; 1
itiai atBTaai others aajj b
lack af fataaaataaa at ke aaaaaa-
framework of American democ
rac>
Additional hospital facilities on
Miami each are. of course, desir-
able But should the cost of main
tenance be a charge upon the Jew
i-h communit>* Fortunately we
' have a solution to this problem
The wealthy City of Miami Beach
can and should operate a municipal
pital which' like the public
-1- would also serve the tour
HU<1 be a valurtl/LTa
(relations If th>^Jr"wl
e 10 percent 0(^2^
to collect HmZH
"*ty of talDBgWaS
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)AY, IUNE 3, 1955
iLOBAL SHORTS

PAGE 3 B
nains from Bar Kochba
n'orf Discovered in Israel
I i.M (JTA) New dig-
'Tlt, which throw additional
... known facts, o(.,Hr
. rcs ,n as^nrt the K<>
32 C.E. have been made
, xcavationa in the Ju-
!. the Israel Covcrn-
rtment <>i Antiquities
. here this week.
Zvi Greeted by
jian Officials at Naples
E (JTA) Israel President
/\ i received local itai-
I and representitives of
Jewry aboard the vessel
when it arrived in Naples
The President woo is on
) ranean cruise, has not
the Israel vessel at any port
L Rome Chief Rabbi Elio
|; nvited the President to visit
I oldest Jewish commu-
the Arch of Titus re-
|t humanity of Israel's fall and
Dr. Giorgio Zevi, presi-
Ihe I'nion of Italian Jewish
bnunities, greeted President
in the name of Italian
Itrinn Chancellor Proposes
pms Meeting in June
j; \\ \ JTA)A proposal that
|rh and Austrian experts meet
to consider Jewish sug-
r extending legislation
Restitution for individual vie
i Nazism was made here this
li\ chancellor Julius Raab
Wing a meeting of the Aus-
Cabinet. However, under
schedule Parliament cannot
^ .ill legislation in this
before October.
400,000 Children Attend U.S.
Jewish Schools, Educators Say
Atlantic CITY fWNS) Some
lUdren ai ,h,i ale are
at'<-...iu<:.; -Jewish, schools tnroiujh-
out iiio United Slavs'. U .,, re-
ported here at the annual con-
ference o( the National Council
for Jewish Education, at which 300
''"'' educators were present
This figure, it was stated, was a
new high in Jewish school attend-
ance. AboiH 30.000 pupils, or nine
percent ..f the total, attended Jew-
ish all-day schools, as compared
with two percent of the total at-
tending all-day schools a genera-
tion ago.
Naval Vessel Reaches Italy;
Cadets and Crew Honored
ROME (JTA)The Israel naval
vessel Misgav arrived at the Italian
port of leghorn with 30 cadets of
I the Israel Navy. The cadets, com-
pleting a three year training course
with this cruise, visited ports in
South Africa. Gold Coast and Li-
beria, before steaming into Leg-
horn. In Liberia, the President
paid a visit to the vessel, accompa-
nied by members of the diplomatic
corps.
| Anti-Semitism in Spain
nco Tells U.S. Newsman
EW YORK (JTA) Generalis-
-co Franco, the Spanish
ol State, was quoted by an
Irican newspaperman last week
leclaring that "there never has
f. anti-Semitism in Spain" and
is n me now. The Spanish
!or\ statement was made to
Jd Laurence, editor of the U.S.
Find World Report. It was in-
in a copyright interview in
nagazinc. Mr. Lawrence said
[.-.-ied Franco whether it was
that in Spain there is some
Semitism." "I deny that ab-
Re.y." answered the Ganeralis-
Dr. I. T. Kelley (left), assistant director. Division of Instruction
of the State Department of Education at Tallahassee and su-
pervisor of teacher education and school accreditation, dis-
cusses with Abraham M. Cassel (center), director of Oxford
School, recent accreditation granted Oxford and the school's
future plans. E. Browning, Dr. Kelley's assistant, looks on.
GEFILTE FISH
Lehman Criticizes Failure
To Ratify Genocide Pact
NEW YORK (JTA)Sen Her-
bert H. Lehman criticized the Eis-
enhower Administration here for
failing to urge the Senate to ratify
the I'nited Nations Convention
Against Genocide, despite prom
ises to do so The Senator called
this inaction "shameful" and called
upon the Senate to show its moral
"determination" by moving toward
passage of the convention
|. Envoy Seeks to Halt
or East Border Clashes
H I SALEM (WNS Ambassa
I B. Lawson, of the
! States, visited Premier
f-r- Sharetl last weekend to dis
till tense situation along
aza border strip which was
(en' of a two-hour artillery
machine gun battle between
I and Israeli soldiers. Ac-
informed sources, Mr.
n advised Premier Sharett to
c a policy of "moderation" and
perate fully with Maj. Gen.
M Burns, Canadian chief of
tailed Nations truce staff.
Former French President
Confers With Leaders Here
NEW YORK (JTA) Vincent
Auriol. former President of
France, left for Washington after
conferring with prominent Amer-
ican Jewish leaders at a luncheon
tendered in his honor by the World
Jewish Congress at the Hotel Plaza
here. M. Auriol noted that he had
entered public life more than 50
years ago when he joined Emile
Zola and others during the Dreyfus
Affair. Since that time, the French
leader asserted. "I have always
worked against racialism and
fought to preserve human dignity,
because no peace is possible if
racialism is rampant."
ton Dedicates National
fine for Jewish Dead
ISHMGTON (WNS)The Na-
te1 Shrine for the Jewish War
fi located here at 1712 New
Bpshirc ave., was dedicated last
>': bj Vice President Richard
|N Mm The shrine was erected
[' Jewish War Veterans whose
' commander, Joseph F.
p. ol Washington, spoke at the
licatinn ceremonies.
Dr. Goldmann Pays Tribute
To Late Professor Brodsky
LONDON (JTA) Dr. Nahum
Goldmann was principal speaker
here at a dinner for the Brodctsky
Memorial Fund, which aims to es-
tablish a forest in Israel bearing
the name of Prof Selig Brodctsky.
the late world Zionist leader and
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. Part of the fund will also be
used for the endowment of a Bro-
dctsky ward in an Israel hospital
and for the creation of a scholar
ship in memory of Prof. Brodctsky,
Officials Make
Surprise Visit
To Oxford School
Oxford School, of 1204-54 West
ave., has been given a surprise
visit by two officials of the State
Department of Education.
Appearing on the Oxford School
campus last week were Dr. J. T.
Kelley. assistant director of the
Division of Instruction, and E. B.
Browning, also of the division.
In addition to his duties as as-
sistant director. Dr. Kelley is in
charge of teacher education and
school accreditation for the State
of Florida.
The visitors spent several hours
on the Oxford campus, inspecting
facilities and congratulating Abra-
ham M. Cassel, school director,
"for receiving full accreditation
from the Department of Educa-
tion." Dr. Kelley also expressed his
"surprise over the school's, suc-
cessful accomplishments during
its short period of existance."
Director Cassel discussed future
plans with the officials, and em-
phasis was laid on possible new
additions and improvements to
Oxford.
On Wednesday, the school held
its first graduation exercises, when
diplomas were issued and awards
made.
Oxford will conduct a camping
program during t h e
months. Cassel said
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Higious Court System
ssed by Israel Parliament
PN SALEM (JTA)A bill es
Fining a religious court system
rip:;,sp'1 hy the Israel Parlia
F> this week by a vote of 24 to
lowing a rough session.
"> of the Mapai Party
wie abstained on the vote and
right wing Herut deputies ab-
""'" '"emselvea from the cham-
U.S. to Resume Sending
Free Surplus Food Supplies
WASHINGTON (JTA) Plans
are being advanced here for an
i early resumption of the flow of
| free United States Government
surplus food supplies for Israel's
needy through Hadassah. it was
learned this week from Depart
ment of Agriculture sources This
program was suspended for Israel
on March 28, 1954 Included in
the gift food will be butter, cheese,
cottonseed oil. shortening and oth-
er staples.
New York State Board
Raps Quota for Officers
NEW YORK (WNS)The prac-
tice of appointing probation offi-
cers in the Children's Court of the
City of New York pursuant to a
religious quota system wea UUs
week unanimously disapproved by
the New York State Probation
Commission after a hearing aris-
ing out of a complaint.
TV Dramatization
Available for Showing
"Almanac of Liberty." "Studio
'one" TV dramatization of the Bill
|of Rights, is now available in Mi-
ami for showing on kinescope film
in the Films for Democracy Lib-
rary of the Florida regional office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. ,
The film includes the national
telecast presentation made by the
ADL of the Americas Democratic
Legacy Award to the Ford and
Rockefeller Foundations and Car-
negia Corporation and the state
ment by I'nited States Supreme,
Court Justice William O. Doug-
las author of the book. "An Alma-
nac of Liberty." on which the film
dramatization is based.
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heth mm
wjftfferiaftr
Church and State faw in 1 ashington
NThe recent dectsaoe to mitiate
a aim dmommairail prayer room for worshi
: :gremmen ku reopened the owestaon of
a of chorea and sta-e
The nearer room, located in the Capatol
to deseed for private meditataoe and prayer I?
employs ao 13-ialiU which might he etmsxsve M
any religious group The central
saaafT. prnrate room is a
parting a kneeling George Washington
a aaifymg figure with whom all Am_
leutifj Inscribed are words -Presene me. O God-
- Thee do I pot avj trust""
Two other mednllxm* oa the -mdow are take.
for the Great Seal of the Uiata Skanes. Bched oa
he* iniiblhia are -Aaaaat CoeaQs" God has
favored onr Undertaking* and "Novas Orue Sector-
A oew order of the ages bore At top of the
window are the word* of Lanenm. -Thas Nation le-
Congress aad aa.
:he innovation of the prayer rooai as ajmlifcc <
Amer.ca derotaon to freedoai of worses* and at a
recognition of the iptntnal foundations oa what*
or 11 mean at t buub. Other groans refer to
.- -. -_. van* ca traaa mm hat faad a ai -
-etweew charrh aad tae at at? pom* a pemahte
r*.. :e.*r.
a the desarabahty
Oa the other
taaaal rn^ faath at God
*, that the
latiaer.tu. force in our country.
creased caapba** of religion m
he saad We have rchgaon oa
oa oar pertigr mnfi. rtligi"
Dot a single niemner
Congress voted against the mea-
kdcf of allegiance to include
God.- although I have heard aot
retanoas leadersChristian aad
rxpeem pea inl el uiiii "
of the
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THE
LAST TEMPTATION. By Joseph Vwrtei. 437 .. ^
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By HILARY MINDLIN
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Such Fibbing Surel\
Superior Legal Asm!
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'.heat m aad
.Se store I
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beat, "hring
kc you part-
The young wife f
I fnend of Ju ly Holliday
bm Judy bad some tax prob-
; ien. her friend brought her to the
. -hand's office Later the lawyer
i.ong eaar i to has new office be-
who that was my %
m*~ "No sar
rer David 0 Sear.*
Conk." said the bay. -what* one
. v -'
Tha bnroar annm1 anananaj r.
smd the lawyer was Judy Bolhv
DEBORAH ANO VICTOR Marmorek might have btei ty
young couple down the blockeducated, charming, bah *
financially That, indeed, was what they were brought mwW|
was "the prettiest firl m Vienna." and Vic aa OiTBat,
and oa the Davis Cup team for Czechoslovakia. They wort ad
li*htr* "M
But Europe in 1838 had a way of chattenar bright hKum I
Nazis, too. took Jewish lives lightlysix aulhor. of thm. jiT
' nwreks were catapulted out of their pleasant entente ahiJ
which sereaired daily for their blood Their watchword tea-l
Survival made strange bedfellows, pan.cuiarlv a Baat,a
' Angeio aaaetly collected front Deborah his payment tat
Tear and pride." thought Deborah "could prntfe |
. .- .--. ii.r.it> nnj ahjmal tl >. ^aant|
Vic provided the rationale for that "aiaaost Uaa ow
to do what's necessary, he had said. It wa- r.*i: -. descnplinT!
They reached a battle-torn Jerusalem in v-m h aU tail
there must he sonar place where we can li\e .- peace.' \> tail
aamnt it personally. it was all his desire ar' hi. lahtatf
hght for statehood, the marauding Arabs the duties to tat 1
which ihcHered him. these didnt interest htm. H had totthal
saaapty to stay alive that a different loyalty am inrnanaaai

THEIR BEST fneeds in Jerusalem were Br.t ilthoatfcvj
aonaniathe Haganah Safety lay in belonging to b- :- u
at the Telephone Company. Vic was able I
Setting phones for their secret m -Jmnj
peace. Then Vic made a mistake
he was afraid to take off the -. ml
1 tell the Pt****> that be hadn't. TV naa
scatty marked, was found later on a captured Arab tkey hai
mnm. the cu> because of it Vic was tried a, 1 -- -.d ibothj
dead before Deborah had even been notified The cai
,11! synonynaons with Israels created tr
Deborah fought to clear their name. r .nd tan*
amght walk proodlv ui the streets of Israel, e-r ** ?^a
hole entire world But she wa* also fights. bee herself
^r.d the type of thinking he personified, the Diaspora
of internationalism, of getting along m the -
anteemg mdmcmal security at the price of collec-. t safety
Not antil Vki crime had been shown for wbr. wiitte
of a man aaiiam to be accented by everyor- *bhe
m Borne he expiated Not until then could she :' --: rejttt tat
Bodns vfeenda. ror brae! has pat an end to tt. : laaaM to
pie The kind of thmkiag which kept Jewry aim or tm
vears. even as Vic had kept Deborah alive to reaei *
place there, for Israel pves a secanty and bel^
nowhere found Not even Americarich, easy
knew, could offer that.
Yeats saad. "All art must necessarily be sjmb 0th^2|
mere story telling or portraiture Thm book 1 : ^^orjR
h excellent portraiture But Mr Viertel is an ar.- >*_

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ade *md Here 1 dottar you've nmt
The United Nations and Calendar Reform]
'That t easy
Celler Seeks to Put End
To Wire-Tapping Addict
W.V5H3NGTONChmrman
to take
UNITED NATIONStt was only a deft move oa
the par. of the anmaa delegate which prevented the
of the World Calendar Reform from being
to the waste paper basket here As it is.
us been merely portponed. pat off
year However there is lattle or no chance
scheme, which was so strongly opposed by
Jews throughout the world, will ever be
from the reataes received from
so far
As only 3* naiitnminli had answered by the
here Arthur LalL the
time should be
mag on the same days of the
gate, saad that mare B
- iidnl
day which is not part of any *^* *t thtadi]
year called World Day Out of the 3>Mj
ceived. only two. those from the ***J
Monaco and the Kingdom of Thaihmtl
equivocally m favor of the scheme
Moat of the reaiaes. lake those of*"!
Kingdom and the United State- Jj,
wards, that nnhndy really -wf^
mencan answer was the clanng that the United Statfc G--"?* J
in favor of any actaoa by the IniteOjwj^
rat the calendar, it says that the .---^
not -m any way prnsaote a chan*e _JJ
which would intimately affect every
this country. anJem snch a reform t 1
a auhstaatial majority of the oUirt4"["
SUhs acting through their represetrtatnw
be heard. Cefler was mid by experts that if he were m a karaanf
he asnaad to pack
yards away Thas device as so
that u focused wah a teliimpir rifle

a oeterment of the debate ball till next
year tt u at India's initiative that ECOSOC has
taken ap the naeitinu of the World Calendar Re-
form, wah as days of the week perpetually occur-
m v v 4 cmmssMAX
A New Kind of Pilgrimmage to Israel
Desaste the fact that Israel as surrom aded oa
attrhhiui and might therefore have been
to wage her battle for smrvrval under rood I
caJtarai and aaaamal molatinn. the vary reverse has
prwoen. saeanmagty. the truth.
The vanetaes and categories of those w bo come
to teach and to share at aatoundaag I loam* 1 are and
thas mi nth aad what I saw seemed to me to make
oaaar a story, one well worth gmag snare to The
grmiatnt of the American Brotherhood at lull nod
Trainmen cam* far ten days. A proftmm of physacs
mat aammtflumtmaas I mUMrMtj dUfflVIMl fOC as SCflfl a of at*
tares at the Wenmwmm matnit of Science A du-
thaghjihrrt member of the -College of Pra nce^ de-
hvered a lecture under the laiaim of the
m Hanta. Dr. E. van Raame. of the Haga *. spoke
an -The miframianai Court of Jastaot' for the
FOieaer Kaplan School of l*oanmics aad j
ences m Tel Avrv ^\
A UN hydrology expert Pre*r* wjl
faur month vuat durang whach time > ^
tions for the el.....nsarnt of x*\**r\
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fro. the anemmt U^vermty IJ^S?
amber of lectures that deah wnkjbe
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I JUNE 3. 1955
* knist ncrirfinn
[el Bonds Honors Outstanding
Salesmen at Ceremonies Here
PAGE 5 B

Ml IlK
iSSfc
IGenet, Miami Beach qt-
and active leader in
affairs, has keen
program chairman
He Miami Beach-Israel
It District by Herbert I.
president. Genet is
erving on the Housing
brity of the City of Mi-
Beach and i a former
[>er of the Mayor's saie-
^mmittee. He is also a
er of the board of direc-
the Hebrew Academy,
srael Synagogue and a
er of the board of trus-
Df Temple Emanu-El.
j rhirty-two Greater Miami brad
Bond lespeoph were honored for
outstanding service and inspired
devotion to the state oi bi
Israel bonds at ., sp. cia
; brunch hold last week
|Royal Palm rjotej.
Jacob Sher, Greater Miamf ch ,ir
man for bonds, presented ;
awards of brae] Bond Honor
Scrolls and $50 checks to each oi
the two top bond salesmen u
well as to each of the two person-
who sold the most bond unit- up
to the brunch date.
Winner- were Mrs. Lena Mint
zes. Mrs. Miriam Press, Mr. Mashie
Friedberg and Mr. Sam Karp
Sher awarded the prize of a
weekend for two at the Nautilu-
hotcl to Miss Lillian Goodman
whose bond sales reached a high
mark during the current cam
paign.
To the following Israel Bond
saleswomen. Mrs Monte Selig,
women's division chairman, pre
sented Holy Bibles imported from
Jerusalem; Mrs. Jack Bern-tun
Mrs Nathan Bookspan and Mrs. I
E. Goldman.
At the brunch. "Chen" co-chair-
men Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs.
Sybil Wait! made presentations of
the specially styled gold "Chen"
Charms to 24 women of the Great
er Miami area who have earned
"Chen" membership by purchas-
ing or selling $2,500 in State of Is-
rael Development Bonds.
For bond hales of $2,500 each.
-Speaking Group
Two Teachers
fedon." He brew-speak i rgj
[here, completed its activ-
[the season with a farewell
ition for Mr. and Mrs. Harry
fKwrtney prior to their de-
for Israel. Meeting was
[Saturday evening. May
[Harfenist dairy restaurant,
|Beach.
and Mrs Perach-Kwitney. of
oyal Palm ave., will attend
^icator's workshop sponsored
Jewi-h Agency and the
Education Committee of
fork City.
have achieved prominence
field of Jewish education
fcve been active in Hebrew
circle- Mr. Perach found-
I Yeshivah Israel Solanter of
fork in 1923. He and Mrs.
have been members of the
Academy faculty here
1949
ng their tour of Israel, they
eit their daughter, Ziva, now
UK there under a Young
scholarship.
David Frcedman chaired
V 28 meeting.
North Shore IrVemen
Plan Member Function
Next on the program in a scries
of membership drive functions of
the North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will be a "member
bring a member" luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Sam Pomerance.
10121 East Broadview dr., Bay Har-
bor bland, on Monday noon, June
6.
Mrs. Eugene Schwartz and Mrs.
Nat Stein are chairmen and, with
Mrs. Pomerance, are taking reser
vations. President is Mrs. George
Baltuch.
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the following women were awarded
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dames David Denner. Ann Frank,
Pauline Sher Cosow, Esther Good-
man, Harry Koretsky, Sam Simon-
hoff. Rose Landau Simpson, Ber-
tha H. Silverman and Bessie Spen.
With bond sales that have
reached the $5,000 mark, the fol-
following women also earned
Charm number two: the Mesdames
William Born stein, Elizabeth
Goodman. Lillian Goodman. Henry
Liebman and Frieda Kalstein.
For bond sales that reached the
S7.5O0 mark. Mrs. Nathan Book-
span and Mrs. I. E. Goldman re
ceived their third "Chen" Charms.
With bond sales that totalled
$10,000. Mrs. Jack Bernstein was
awarded the lourth "Chen" Charm
Mrs. Miriam Press and Mrs
Francis Rubin, whose bond sales
hit the S15.000 mark, received
awards of the fifth and sixth
Charms.
Women's chairman Mrs. Selig
was presented with Charms five
through eight for outstanding sales
that went over the $20,000 mark
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Calorie Counters Find Summer
Menu in Manischewitz Fish
.mportant *-[~ '" .coo,t fconds-that t
,..,, ,,unn the 1.11 H m,uiie. to take ,t from the
...(ten refmerator nd flip the lid off
than a matter of elcmen Uhe jar.
M.i.l.- with a traditional blend of
tar> arithmetic By >ub acting
fnm jrow diet. >>u e.n
*M IBM '" >"r com-
p| i- that--.ltd .
|) of the caloric content

Fish.
lake-fresh, luscious whitefuh, pike
and carp, gentry sessoaed to bring
out the full, fine flavor of the fi Maniatbcwiti Gefilte Fi.-h is avail
able in all independent grocers,
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dun ...... Hj.
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:-.g the : I schools oi
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board omots oi the Can
(wish Federation. Prase e ad ek
saicis ol Bsth David Sunday school for the yecn 1955.
Ft. Pierce Lodge Given Charter
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IDAY. JUNE 3. 1955
,||ot Will Head
ir Association
itizenship Group
; Albert Pallot has been named
irman of a 50-man citizenship
hmiltee <>f the Florida Bar Asso-
tnn I>y Donald K. Carroll, Jack-
LmIIc. Florida Bar Association
Mdent
t)n his committee are Federal
ges I"hn \V. Holland. Miami,
linn J. Barker, Tampa, and
L-.ii SimMOn, .Jacksonville, with
hiiii U.S. District Attorney from
|npa, Herbert S. Phillips.
acuity members of the commit-
,,,c Herbert A. Kuvin and
,,l \ Wright, a.lvisors to the
doI of Law, University of Mi-
and Dean SlaglS, law advisor
|ihr University of Florida.
[he 10 Greater Miami attorneys
bed to the committee are Prank
Inland, Samuel Konefsky. Rafael
Rivera-Crux, David W. Walters,
On Kylle Williams. Coral Ga-
, Hubert V. Shea and Miami
Bch members Charles Gertler,
rriiaii Graysoo, Seymour B. Lieb-
and Joseph W. Malek.
rice chairman of the citizenship
Hup is Bradford Smith, Tallahas-
a professor at Florida State
bversity.
pallot is also citizenship chair
m for Hie Harvey W. Seeds Post
the American Legion and is
irkinu his third year in that ap
liniment. Highpoint of their ac-
. Albtrt Pallet
ii\;iy is the nation wide "Citizen-
(ship Day" on Sept. 17. which the
Seed- I-,,.- conuni morate! with a
public parade a n d county-wide
ceremonies.
His 50-man Bar Association
group will launch a three-pointed
essay contest in the school.-. Pal-
lot said.
(f u .
Jewish a4kgency Listed
Fund Groups
NEW YORK The Jewish Ag-
encys committee on control and
authorization of campaigns, which
coordinates fund raising for Is-
rael in this country, last week
published its sixth annual list of
organizations authorized to eon-
dun campaigns for the benefit of
Israel in 1955.
The committee has been set up
under the auspices of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine and includes
representatives of the brael con-
sulate. United Jewish Appeal.
Council of Jewish Federations and
Funds and United I
Vppeal.
Th" followii itions
received their auth
rican Committe for the
In titute i : S<
Ine., An ii m p*i nd oi ll
i und
for Israel Institu
Red Mogi n Dovid for Israel, Inc.
(membership campaign only),
American Technioh Societ) i d
erated Council of Israel I titu
lion-, in.-. Hadasaah, the Worn
en's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, Inc., Jewish National Fund
(traditional collections onlj i,
Mizrachi Women's Organization
,of America. National Committee
for Labor Israel (Ilistadrut Cam-
paign i. Pioneer Women, the Wom-
en's Labor Zionist Organization of
America. Inc. and Women's League
for Israel. Inc. (New York area'.
PAGE 7 B
Rabbi
to Speak
Rabbi Arie Becker, spiritual lead
er oi the Downtown Synagogue,
will speak over station WGBS Sun
day morning, June 5, at 9:15 a.m..
on the Rabbinical Hour sponsored
by the Rabbinical Association ol
Greater Miami. His subject will b?
"Centrality of the Synagogue in
Jewish Life."
^ubmaster Gerald Schwartz presents Mrs. Samuel Shapiro
vith a citation for her "outstanding efiorts as chief den mother"
Df Pack No. 65 at the pack's annual dinner held in Temple-
Emanu-El. Mr. Shapiro (left), institutional representative for
She sponsoring Men's Club of the Temple, and Rabbi Irving
lehrman, who was the principal speaker, look on with ap-
Iproval. Schwartz, a member of the Men's Club board of
[directors, supervised the activities of the pack ior 1954-55.
Afou.ii Scopus Installs
Mrs. Rubin President
Mrs. Louis Rubin was installed
pre-ident of Mount Scopus Group
of Hadas ah at noon ceremonies in
the Colony restaurant Monday.
Mrs. A. A. Pekelner, installing
officer, n.i ned these other women
to office:
The Mesdame^ William Hechler,
Herman Mintzer and Meivin
Smith, vice presidents; Harry Bi-
son, treasurer; Louis Auerbach, fi-
nancial secretary; David Marmer,
recording secretary; J. H. Weitz-
ner. corresponding secretary; Max
: Chun i-. social secretary, and Ir-
win Lisa, parliamentarian.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
lie*
in Talaa
precedii
: the Fathers wi!! hr
CUSJ
-

HIALEAH v AS" SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Fnd.
il 7 Saturday aKwr.ir.
are at 10 Rabbi Maaroka Saanr
TEMPLE BETH SHOCOM u BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
...,- TION
8 15 K-Sbi LmIkhi at 6 90 S
.h >\n the topic \
. \:ne Type; >- -. -
S
45 Jordan. son o: ANSHC EMES CONGREGA
Rabbi -ir-..1 Mr> U-on Kronish. *-.: TlON -..] hold I
I -tor Sa-n- **th-. S mnrn-
- the HHI-
!r.on
the Wi> SETX DAVID CONGREGATION
NORTH OAOE JEWISH CEN
TER -:.ii> evening
xr^ honoring -
V F-^i-
rTiccs arc at
man will
Portion Stephen
l>r and Mr- Meyer B
... and Barry. "* of Mr. and
Merman P. will be-
Bar Mltrvah Brummer will render the mu-ical
portion- lurgj Dailj
arc in the chapel at 8 a.m.
7 pa
Philip
Marg..
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Mine;
n -
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d -.tor Maunce
V -Jer the musical pr
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chaw Vr and
. tUto x
tkc Oaaf, Shabbat following, a
. -adn-
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CONGREGATION BETH T*L
LAN
- '
I V fcafcca Jaj*pa
-X preach aa tk(
| a fee

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.
E"h JACOB CONGREGATION
MHBf ervve>
.- r +; -
:' V.ir
. iTIIC!
pate The-* incmde Prr r--
George L Mariene Ih
ebon and Miss K_
QaM Rabbi Her.n
dism ~Ca*jtmg in tbe School
c4 Life" Cantor Manner Mam
."-*><- ;!! render the amsacai por-
Candlelightinsr Time
SlVAN 13 4 A* PJA.
tnas af tbe btnrgj muni by
aader the dwnuan if
Iwimn Mr> Be Sber
t-t K Raw.
ad. nil MHJl at tbe One*
Natnrda? aomang -
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Ita Marua white and
- Mr and V- v -
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Mr
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Mrs. Olga fcber Saarn (rill
aac ::;: .-. 5_
aoor 01 'he home of
Mr. end M s 3oldnxm.
Coral
Ckibies ha ap-
peare;: .- rcr.rerj at the
*.~r>e RoRaM as well 2s ^
Ccrnec.e otatl Hall*.
New fart
bednn 1* at 5 p re Mincha will be
at pa. followed kf a daraoaon
:: Ha 2 km
FLAG4.ER GSANAOA JEW-
ISH CCMAMUNtTY CENTER will
-..ejj *r>Ke at
6 *5 Sarcrda> anmaac "
Lt 11 130 Re-r Lc- He ix will
wTkiini and nrenrn on the Week
t *Tan Jwunr unnt are a:
l*3i aa Macha ... > 1: 6 45
pa. iakaaed hj Mi:
a (
TEJaPXE ISRAEL M Mianu will
bod FTtdar maiBf \i Ran Id. mc of Mr and Mr
Theodore Abei. wiO
Mrarah
MIAMr HEBREW SCHOOL ANO
CONGREGATION will hold Frida>
evening service- at 6 30 Saturday
.ire at 8 30 Rahbi
n April will officiate and div
I>> Todtfi Time- Indicate
.ed for Chance in Rclijion' '
Cbar Bcrele Kelemer will render
the muMcal portions of the liturgy
' -"^na h at 5.30 Daily
will be at 7 30 am and
6 30 pm
a
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
even.iz -er
at 6 30 Saturday morning services
ire at 9 Russell Harley. son of
Gertner Heads Council
Samuel Ortner. executive direc-
tor of Mount Sinai Hospital, was
named thi> week to bead tbe South
Florida Hospital Council for tbe
coming >ear He succeed- Tracy
Hare diractor of Variety Chil-
dren Hospital
%on y
Insui
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Dafaa a
A"- p K*rt--
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- and dasewss Way SbanM
ISRAELITE CENTER wtll bold EAAETW C
^Sa*,^^ InTT^i FT,d*J ^M ^^ 5 TlON will
' la Samrdaj aaanuag serocc< rnces :
8 3R Rabbi arton Maaw W **1
*? wtR preach aa the 'eek> "'T*r Jew^k W ay of Ufe
rVctaan. wuh Caater Saaaei ...
-mderag the aaacal btargy A&oOATH ISREAL HEBREW
as Seada* liUiii Macha at INSTITUTE wiU haU Fndaj cc
. rr* *5 Satnrdnr
aomaaj services are at Rabbi
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AY, JUNE 3. 1955
irida Delegation
Fends Confab
Education
.;:.ANTIC CITY. N.J.A call
Lwish educators to play an im-
\_ u role in the molding of
rican Jewish life in the fu-
vas Issued by the 29th annual
i-.rence of the National Coun-
r Jewish Education, meeting
e Breakers hotel here.
ntral theme of ehe conference
Jewish Education oa the
f-hold of the Fourth Century
Jewish Life in America." Offi-
i nd members of the American
dation for Jewish Education
f the National Hebrew Tcach-
federation participated in the
>: rence. Three hundred mem-
and guests of the National
ircil. which comprises leading
\ h educators of all trends and
i gies in Jewish life, attended
inference.
! lorJda Delegation was led
[Louis Schwartzman, executive
Ctor "f the Bureau of Jewish
u tion of Miami. President of
lureau of Jewish Education,
f Hathilda Ratncr, participated
[ nference sessions, as did Jo-
Duntov. vice president of the
. u ol Jewish Education and a
ber of the executive commit-
t (,!eater Miami Jewish Fed
It n.
n was the principal
laker at the session devoted to
problems facing the Bureau
' hi i he acute sbortaj i
and supervisory per
I in Jewish schools, the
\-~oiation for Jewish
lion, the lay body, meeting
the National Council, was
tended for convening a na-
M I conference in the fall to
dei this urgent problem, the
tion [ which is vital to the
and efficiency of the Jew-
bchool,
^Jenlstincridlfan
Earner is Seen
Top Leader
'55 Campaign
Continued from Page) 1 B
' Carntr has been responsi-
! for the augmenting of the Win
idents Division into a solid
kl' unified campaign body, and
0- could not have been accom-
Isbed without the concentration
U edicatioo given to the task by
peer, lleiman explained.
(Active for more than 35 years in
New York area in the construc-
liuMiiess. Carner is well
Y it m his home city of Rye.
as founder, first president and
I of the Community Syna-
Jgue in that city and was recently
d honorary life president of
' in-iitution.
[Prior to his widespread philan-
fr< pic activity in the Miami area,
arner was active in the United
kwish Appeal and the New York
federation fund drives, where he
eld major positions in their
uilding Division. He Was also ac-
ve in the fund campaign for the
(nited Hospital in New York City,
(eidents of Rye have named an
npirtant thoroughfare in that
P*y 'Carner blvd." in his honor.
C*rner is a member of B'nai
I'rith, Masonic Lodge, Anti-De-
kmation League and numerous
pee and professional associations,
j When the Federation Campaign
inet meets in early fall the
Ntmunity can be sure Jack Car-
er, as a newly elected trustee,
'ill be on hand to lend dynamic
eldership to the 1$56 Combined
"tfah Appeal. This winter resi-
st takes his community respon-
iil.tie- seriously.
Torah and Sisterhood was
the theme of the installation
ceremony of the North Shore
Jewish Center Sisterhood,
with Mrs. Fred Jonas taking
office as president for her
second term. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. spiritual leader,
was installing officer.
flagler Women Presented
In Skit This Week
Women's Croup or the Flagler
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter presented some of the most
active women ol the organization
in a short skit la-t week
Appearing were the Mesdames
Leonard Goldman. Meyer Brilliant,
Martin Hirsch. Edward Peyser,
Lawrence Travers. Ily (.'overman,
Harold Green. Samuel Hollander,
Bernard Lash. Lawrence Travel-.
Harry Dansky. J. Freed. Charles
Adelman, Alfred Lewis. Herbert
Green, Samuel Kudwitt. Michael
Shaw and Herman Feldman.
Chairman was Mrs. Rav Berrin.
To Attend Unveiling
Abraham Werman. of 3555 Fla-
mingo dr.. Miami Beach, will at-
tend the unveiling of a monument
to the memory of his wife. Fanny,
who died last year. Unveiling cere-
monies will take place in Brook-
lyn, N.Y.. June 6.
Emanu-EI Plans
Joint Installation
Sunday Evening
Newly elected offloers and di-
rectors of the Sisterhood, Men's
lub and Parent Teacher Associa-
tion of Temple Emanu-EI will be
installed at a joint dinner-dance
; Sunday evening, June 5. in the
grand ballroom of the Fontainc-
i blcau hotel.
i "This will be the first time in
the history of the Temple that the
three annual installations will be
combined into one gala event."
stated Mrs. George Goldberg, gen-
eral arrangements chairman. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
of the congregation, will install
Mrs. Irving Cypcn as president of
the Sisterhood, Allen Goldberg as
president of the Men's Club and
Mrs. Raphael Yunes as president
of the Parent-Teacher Association,
along with their respective officers
and directors.
Both Mrs. Cypen and Goldberg
have been reelected into office
while Mrs. Yunes will succeed
Mrs. Benjamin Greene.
Mayor Harold Shapiro, chairman
Of the evening, will greet the ex-
pected capacity crowd. The pro-
gram will include an original satire
presented by the Men's Club. The
play was written by Dr. Herman
| Mechlowitz, Joel Newman and Sid-
jney Teller, with Dr. Mechlowitz di-
recting. Members of the cast are
Saul Genet, Ben Greene, Raymond
Peiner, David Klinger, Dr Mechlo-
witz, Joel Newman, Louis Pollack,
| Michael Salmon. Sam D. Shapiro
I and Raphael Yunes.
Heading the various committees
are program. Mrs. Jules Channing,
Mrs. Joseph Kantcr. Dr. Herman
Mechlowitz and Sidney Teller; gen-
eral ticket chairman. Mrs. Joseph
Abelow assisted by David Klinger,
of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Sid-
ney Teller, of the P.T.A.; program
booklet, Mrs. Louis Pollack; hosts
and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Channing assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
PAGE 9B
Lorber Chapter Holds
Hawaiian Night Sunday
Lorber Chapter, Jewish Nation-
al Home for Asthmatic Children,
held an Hawaiian night at the
Surfcomber hotel on Sunday eve-
ning.
Tropic attire and festive flowers
set the mood, and dinner was com-
posed of exotic Hawaiian foods.
TV star Pualani and her Kanes
and Wahines were featured.
In charge of information were
Mrs. Morton Stubins and Mrs. Har-
ry Cygielman. Chairman for the
Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. George
Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G.
Kline, Mr. and Mrs. David Klinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Koretzky, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Ed New-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rubin,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mr.
and Mrs. Raphael Yunes.
Listen, to
SCHACHTER'S
Yiddish Program
Every Sunday, WMEM, 11:30 a.m. to
2 P.m. This program is the first and
has the largest listening audience
SPECIAL WEEKLY FEATURE
COUNCILMAN
Harold Turk
COMMENTATOR
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OUND'S
TOOTH! \
fwim Dance Saturday
Fi-mingo Chapter of the Na-
1 I hildren's Cardiac Hospital
VUI hold a swim dance on Satur-
Pay evening, June 4, at the Bom
hotel.
An Electric Woter
Heoter is clean and
cooL.but "hot stuff"
at heating water!
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LIGHT COMPANY
$ FIASLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER #
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Sunday, June 19th
New Time for
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Beginning Sun., June 19th
NASATIR'S
YIDDISH
CLASSICAL
HOUR
will be heard every Sunday from
12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
TWO NEW FEATURES!
"Theatre Nmw*
Featuring SIMON WOLFF
"From a Woman
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Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Various Features
Produced and Directed by
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Jpnt
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Glenn & Mickey
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Willy
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' Captured
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Sign Off_________


PAGE 10 B
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rac, Northvide (en- hn. I ,,
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Stel^gj; the s
Progrjm
<;te advanced Sun- eduea
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Into Qu.
nan. Martin Dia-
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r.=rr.e ~: >w.s- S>r. = ; Service
er ore left to ri
Lao Acta Ccssel The MO,
* lecd^ revision of by-lows and charter ci the organization.
1 H E L p :
FIAGIER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENfti
50 N.W. 51st Plate "
NEEDS...
1. POOLWanted to rent for our day csmn nj_
pools or. OX P" *"*
2. PIANONeeded desperately tor our religious. *
and adult activities.
3. DRAPESLong drapes needed lor our auditorium ml
chapel. '"' *J
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HARRY SHAMES HI 6-5489
UM Orchestra Drew
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biDAY. JUNE 3. 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
[Notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
-],-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
iib-reign. il. il-Blrlnn to ongsgf In
. under the fletltlon.i name of
I,, \ RADIO & TRL.EVI8ION
Kixnv, at tiit aw. sth si .
lo rearlstet Nil hi name with the
the CMWt Court of Dalle
.;,;n-K.MAN. S..I. Owner
.i foi Applicant
oral Wai
,..:; 1 I
'JmMnnHmtm
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I;, |i i: is HEREBY OIVEN that
derslffned, dealt Irk to 4n|K|i In
.* under the flctltloua nan.....f
I riiLASS INDUSTRIES OF MI-
,i ;Tln N W. SOU Slreet. In-
[ -, t. -1 mid ii.iiiii' ulth Hi.-
the Circuit o.urt of bade
. Florida.
CKRSHuN BERN8TEIN
. g 3.10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UK IS HEREBY OIVEN (hut
'. i -imi.'d. desiring to cnmige In
, under the flititlmit. name of
j riLB CO ill MM s W. 5th
.-. Intends t" regiater laid name
he Clerk of the t'liTult Court
ill. County, Florida.
If. I. SANK
T C 3 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|i i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
lei Igned, dealrlng to engage in
der the flctltloui mime of
- CLOTHING store, at 17: 7
I .1- .i! Highway, Intends to
| Mild name with thi- t'lerk of
, in Court nf L>de County,
JI'I.ES AKiiX
Mv\RD VRONH
iiim fin Applicant
V 10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|i-K IS HKREBY OIVEjN lhal
ned, desiring to engage In
ii -. under the flctltloui name of
Itl VII AND BODA, in 1 mi
f\ V\enue, Coral oables, Florida,
l<, register Bald name with the
itl the Circuit Court of Daile
L Ida
JOSEPH FOGEL
MYRA POO EL.
10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HKREBY OIVEN Hint
in I ii- xlrlng to engage In
--. undei the flctltloui name of
1 BEAUTY HALON, a|
W. Ith Am-. intend* to u-gi--
ii- With the Clerk of the
I t of I null- Count) Florida.
JOHN W. 8CLX.BNBEROKR
; r./3-io
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I i: IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that
i.i-lgi.. I, ili'slrtiie 10 engage In
unil. i the fictitious mime of
If RIRTHDAT SHOD, at 0047 S W.
? m Intend to register *aid in.....
P e t'lerk | the Circuit Court
CoiintK Plui'iila.
IICVRY DUtiAX
-MILDRED A DI'OAN
ES >.- for Aiiplii anta
W El igler St.
-":: u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
IS HEREBY QIVRN ih'
- -I di nlrtna to engage m
-- under the flctltloun num.- ..f
SHARON ANN ItKACTY
"V "I I'.'.-'T N W tth AVe .
Miami, Pla. Intend to register
( with the Clara -.f the
[' Court of Dado County, dor-
1 R BPRINOER
M IN B SPRINGER, Ownera
VCK N MAER
Vppllcants
i! ne l'.Ida;.
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
deati Ing in Mileage in
dei iii.- flctltloui name of
BOLERO BAR, m 1321 North
V\e, intends to register Nnhl
>iiii the Clara ..f the Cln ull
>.f Dade county, Florida
V.REKT l.ll'Si-HCTZ. Ownei
I a AI: s
Applicant
H ^Flagler Si.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,- ,., NAME LAW
N' Tli l, is HEREBY OIVEN that
igned, desiring to engage In
nn.lei- th.- rietltloiiH name ..f
MAN s HOTEL, at lull Col-
Mi.i ml Bench. Florida.
* i" reglstet aald name with
' hik ,,f !h, circuit Court of
Ploi Ida
WAI.D.MAN REALTY CQRP .
A Fiorina e.irii.. ration
' sll.Vli'.HSTKIX-
for Applicant
-'" "iti Road, Miami Beach, Ha
''-. 0/3
I
l-U:
- I
I
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 20741-B
ft'.',-, sSTATK '"
WtD c. FRIEDMAN, a/k/a
TiiSiJJ. '* FRIEDMAN. He. .-..-.-.1
NOT|CE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
h, FINAL DISCHARGE
V.I '" h*reliy given that I have
Bi. i 'oi.il reporl and petition for
P"..i His.-harge aa A.liuinixtrntrix of
L of BERNARD C. PRIED-
k BERNIE C. FRIEDMAN.
l '"";;1 .""1 'hat on the lith day of
". will apply to the Honor-
" NK B iHiwi.iNi:. County
i Dude County. Florida, for
. I of Mid final report ami for
I 'i 'Us. hinge aa AdinlnlMratrlg of
_' !-!,, nf BERNARD C. FR1ED-
(?>. k i BKRNiK C. PRIKD-
r::.;N- 'ieeeaned.
""" h day of May. Ii5.
'/Vik PRIBDMAN,
-\dminlatratrla of the
Mat* of
"ERNARD C. FRIEDMAN.
I EI'.NIE C. FRIEDMAN.
IViii'i'K. Decaaaed
lUorn.5 TAI.IANOPP
P' Im i '"". Admlnlatratrix
"l Road. Miami Beach, ria.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOT,CE XXS!*, 4F'CT,T,o^s
H#-3CY^i2
r.'m,.;:',.',,':,',:,"""' ****< < d^.
WfiRTON BEIOE?tm'R VPOKaB
- 00-11 i, 1 hi '
NOTICE /ND|Rl FJCT.T.OU8
"L'RRAY SHAPIRO
iki ?SI'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
gOHJfTV. IN CH ANCERYNo. nSS7
JOHN GREGO, Plaintiff,
\ i
Ri >8E QREOO, Defendant
, SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Rust: (1REOO
133 Hawthorn) Btreet
Brook I) n. Men i
You. ROBEORKOO, ar hereby not-
ified that a itin f Complaint ,,.
Olvorre hllN lieen filed against \ -.ti,
and you ore required to aerve copy
V,',y""/ An-''' or Pleading to the
Hill of < oniiilaiut on the plaintiffs
Attorney, GEORGE CHBRTKOP 007
Olympla Building. Miami, Put., and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the nffiee of the cierk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or before the llal day
of June, I0S5. If you fall to do -.,
judgment hv default will be taken
nK-iin.-t you for the relief demanded
In ihe imi ,,f Complaint,
Thli notice shall be pubuahed once
eai-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FMiRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED m Miami,
Fiorldu, thi- IJth da) ot Ma \ D
I
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
i ade i 'ounty, Florida
B) W \l \\ STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Sealt Ueput) Clerk
"- .'"-:; 3-io
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179503
Mill.I.Y APPEL, Plaintiff,
\ i
Jl >8EPH APPEL, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'in JOSEPH APPEL
I'll Ross Street
Brooklyn, N Y., NY.
You, JOSEPH APPEL. are I
not ii. ,i thai :i Bill of Complalnl for
Divorce hat been riled against you,
ami you are required to aervi a copi'
Of your Annwer or heading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff*
Attorney*, GOLDMAN OOLD-
STKIN, 1301 West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami. hloiidH. and file the orbjinal
Anawei the Clark "f ihe Circuit Court on or
before the :'"iii da) ol June, 18*5. if
you fail to d" ao, Judgment by default
lil be taken against you fur the pe-
llet demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice ahall be published once
each greek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Minn:.
Florida, thla i-ih da} "f May, AD
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Imi. county. Floiidii
B) w.M W STOCKING
ii'iniiit COUII S.-al i Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN
Ait.H neya for Plaintiff
\\..-t I'l.iitl.-i Street, Miami, Fla.
r.i'n-L'T I
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 KURT STE1NBACH, el all.,
I lefendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ARON KPRT BTEINBACH, a
single man, who also may be
known aa KNOTT STEINBAt H,
g ilngle man, and if n
STEINBACH, In- Wife,
and if deceased, his Hell B i
pi utoi -. I., gal R" presentatlves
mi.I Administrators, Grantees,
Creditors, Personal R< i"1 senta
lives, Assign* so an.I Trusti
other Parties claiming by.
through, under or against any ..'
the above named Defendants, and
all Pat tlei hai Ing or i lalmlng to
have an) right, title or Interest
ka i.n.i to the prouert) herein-
above daatn Ibed, Realden ana
gddreseea unknown.
You are hergbj notified thai ull
hag bean filed In the above at) led
Court for the purpose of Quiet Title
t,, the land deact.....I ai '; "V: ..-.
Loti U and M, Block B,
CORAL TERRACE. SKI flON
itl. amended, according to the
,.,.,, thereof, as '::"'',.''' ,'" .
Book ii. >' Pg '"'".', '
ordi of Bade County, Florida,
formerly deacrlbed yjf**fKl2?
14, ,,f Block "B", of MAII LIT-
TLE FARMS, a uMlvlslon *
nart of the Bouth Half of the
KSh Half of Section ll.Tow"'
shin '.< smith. Bange tn hjist
i.....i,img to th, Hal thereof.
recorded In Phi BookJ, **; *
of the Public Record! of D" Cnuno. Florida.
i.n.l >..u are h.-reby.renulred o flie
your defense of pleadings to thla '
'with the clerk of the Circuit < ourt.
SntafTnp any right, title tatOJH**
claim held b) you, and ner%e a copy
thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys on
^er;.^^:.'.'..,::^.^.:!;^.-
ai ,.,iifesed by yon. ,.lh
Dated :ii Miami. Florida, this Iitn
day of June.. '".,,, ,T1|l:ltMAN.
clerk of the Clrcull Court
in gad i'or Bade
grfcA^cWoTER.
Deputy Clerk
HEN It V M CAIN and
ARTIH R D OECKKLMAN
i\V^rFI-SUITS,r.,i" Miami. Florid.
6/30-21 O/J-10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
II,N '7rK-IS ,HKI,,:|,V OIVEN that
he un.le,-sll..,u.,l. desiring to engage in
sTgUni 'I-;!:'.!"" """"- na.ne of
SAFARI CREATIONS at CI07 Con.
BjiMnw intend.'to reitterlSSd
',mi S'ft '" rUrk ,h- Clrcalt
"'""^^;; ;--. n.,r,.u.
By: RICIIARI. rick. I'resident
k-i pi- .,?,^NA ''"'K SecreUry
HI Ri w l-.l.l.iscii Attornei
nil i ongreai Building, Miami. Fla.
'-I b/:l-l"-17
'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS'
...... NAME LAW
h^V.l '"'ls !li:,i,:i,v given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
AT I'Vw,.",'"1''' "" Rctltlous name of
ALHAMBRA SUNDRIES, at ItlM
-n W. ,th Avenue, North Miami, ln-
i.mi to raglater aald name with the
' h-ik of the circuit Court of Dade
' ounty, Plorlda.
Harry WEI8ER
JENNIE WEI8KR
....... HERBERT WEISER
NADLER K riNli'K
Attorney! for Applicant!
411 Blaeayne itidg.
:/; i i.io-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the mid.-i sinned, desiring to engage in
luaineai under the flctltloui name of
SOUTHERN PREIGHT FORWARD-
ING COMPANY, ai 1030 N.W. tOth
Btreet, Intends to raglater aald name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit t'oui i
Of Dade County, Plorlda.
BTANLET Q MILLER
, L'i.-o7 6/3-10
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 33302-B
RE: ESTATE OF
PAUL B GRfJEN, Deceaai d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed ..ur final report and petition
for liiiiii Dtecharge ai co-admlnla*
tratora of the estate of PAUL B
GRL'EN, deceased; and that on the
:'lh day of June. 1055, Will apply to
the Honorable Prank B. DOWLINO,
Count) -ludge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge aa co-admlnls-
traton of the Estate ..1 PAUL 8,
GRL'EN, deceased,
This 17th day of May, 1055.
THEODORE BERMAN
KURT MENDEL
KURT 9VELLI8CH
Attorney for co-admlnlatratori
1114-17 Congress Building, Miami, Pla.
5 .'"-"7 1/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179537
ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff,
WH.I.IAM F. HUGHES, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; WILLIAM P. HUGHES,
IT.74 I'.eio h Avenue,
Brong, N.w York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint For Divorce And
Other Relief has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Com-
plaint For Divorce And Other Relief,
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, GENET
* QENET, 4"o Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, EJorlda, and file the original
Answer in the office ..r the Clerk of
the Clrcull Court, on .u before the
10th day of June. 1055, or a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this IJth
da) of Mas. is'.:..
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
cierk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By; R II RICE, JH
i Seal 1 Deputv Clerk
GENET A- GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ti'ii Lincoln Ron.1. Miami Beach, FTa.
- jo-27 6/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179468
MELV1N E. ASPDEN, Plaintiff.
\ a,
CLARICE M ASPDEN, Defendant
TO; CLARICE M ASPDEN
1600 Marine Avenue
Manhattan Beach, California
You are required lo serve a copy
of your anvw.r to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Dlvorc.....1 tin- plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original n-
iver hi the office of the Clerk of the
ii Court on in- before the lath day
of June A.D.. 1055; otherwise, the Bill
of Complalnl for DB...... heretofore
filed ii.....in, will be taken a* oonfeaa-
1,1 i.\ you. .
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this the
nth da) "I Ma) 1053
K I! LEATHERMAN,
Cli ik ol thi I 'Ircult Court.
I lade County, Plorlda.
11, M, C GREEN
(Clrcull Oourl Seal) Deputy Clerk
Nam.- ami Address of
plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN .
10 ] sell...id Building. Miami, Florida
i/ii-to-n 1/1___________.
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
RKBN I BPBCTOR, Defendant
' SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To SEENA BPBCTOR
tl-M lath Street
Long Island City,
N.-w Y..ik. New \ork
You ar,. hereby notified that a l.ill
f Complaint for Oivor.e has been
filed agalnal you. and you are re-
.11.1 nil to serve s copy of your Answer
."'heading to the Bill of CompWnt
M,.,'uNMea!du"Elo,i..i. and flic the
Co ,\ on 1 r before Ihe 11th day of
lit.' LOW H >ou fail to do so, JUdg-
;i,,,i' hv default "HI he taken against
ST'tar the relief demanded in the
,!rg,NV:rANDaoRDERKD a. Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of Ma). A.D.
"'' E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit ''o"".
Imile Countv. Plorkla.
By B. H. RICE, JR.
.Clrrolt rourt Real) Deputy Clerk
i/ii-io-n /
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
. undersigned, desiring to engage in
sin.-ss under the fictitious name of
>WELL ii RASE INSURANCE
IENCY, at 1.170 Washington Av.--
ie. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
mster said name with the Clerk of
ie ( Ircult Court of Dade Countv
lorida.
HOWEIJ. O. KASE 507e
JACK KI'.AISi: -, lo-20-27 6/:i
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32422-B
RE: ESTATE OF
SAM JACK si i.N. I i.eeased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE iv hereb) given thai are
led our final report and petition
tor Final Discharge as Co-Eaecutrlcea
of the estate of BAM JACKBON de-
ceased; and that on the L'litli day of
June, 1055, We will apply to the lion-
oval,I.- County Judges of Dade Countv,
Florida, for approval of said final re-
porl and for final discharge as Co-
l-.xeiuiilces of the Estate of SAM
JACKSON, d-. eased
Tills |lth day of May. 1935.
ESTHER STRICKI.EU
I.II.I.IE BTRICKLER
liwin E Kolt of
MYERS, HKI.MAN A- KAPLAN
Attorney for Co-Executrlcea
5 :'"--'7 I 1-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num.- ,,r
El.MRU.A TERMINALS mid FLOR-
IDA WAREHOUSE TERMINALS, al
One Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS H El MAN.
as Trustee for Ernies Shirley
Weinkle under Trust Agreement
dale.I March :'S. I'.Mf,, recorded
in Deed Book 1021, at page :'v|
of the Public Records of li.nl.-
County, Florida tone-half inter-
est)
JULIAN I. WEINKLE
(undivided one-half illtell-sl)
Petitioners
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners
5/Z0-27 i< S-10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIRHAY HOMES, at :,;.60 l.oio-
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida. Int. nils
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad. Countv,
Florida.
MURRAY BLOOM
SEYMOUR It. MERMAN.
Attorney for Murray Homes
(05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Eln
3/27 6/3-1U-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VARIETY SERVICE STATION, at
".Jo Washington Avenue, Miami
Reach, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JESSIE VARIO and
SALLY GOODMAN, Owners
FREDERICK X BARAD, ESy.
Attorney for Jessie Varlo
and Bally Goodman
5/10-20-27 6/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 179775
SAMUEL KOLTNOW and I.II.I.IE
KOLTNOW, ins wife, Plaintiffs,
VI
NELLIE BAKER, a widow: it al.,
I ii-f.-ndants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TI 1:
(1) OLIVER F. MAKER and ANNIE
BAKER, his wlfi
I-10 port. N.-w York
12) ANNIE BAKER, a widow
Freeport, New York
1.1 C CTHERINE KSTEI.I.E
ROBERTK, a widoa
Build Lake. New York
(1) ERMA MINER. I widow
1:1 1'a ion. California
C.) PANSY I. CONNOR. arldow
IM.", Pacific Avenue. Sun
Francisco, California
(61 All unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, anslgnoes, Honors, .[ed-
itors, trustees or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against wii.i.iam m BAKER,
Deceased; OLIVER F. BAKER,
Deceased: BENJAMIN A. BAK-
ER. JR. Deceased HATTIE
BAKER, licensed, also known aa
HARRIET II..MA BAKER. De-
, .____1 BENJAMIN BAKER. SB .
Deceased; LEMUEL BAKEIt, De-
ceased. MARY E. BAWYER
BAKER, Deceased; and CARL
BAKER, Deceased.
iTl And if any of the above named
defendants be dead, the unknown
h.-ir.-. devlaeea, grantees, assign-
.- Honors, trustees, creditors and
other parties claiming by, through,
under or against the above named
defendants.
18) Th,- unknown spouses of any of
th. above named Defendanti
(||) And all parti.--, known "i- un-
known, having or claiming to have
anv right, title or interest in and
to the following described prop-
erty, situate. King and being ill
Florida, to wit:
Ri >B-
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.
RUS8EL LOKOS. Defendant.
TO KISSEL LOKOS
Plerpont Hotel
".:, Plerpont Street
Brooklyn, N.Y.
You are required to serve a cop\ of
mil] atisw.-r to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attor-
ney, and to file the original answer
in the offkn of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or In-fore the 13th dav
of June. A.D.. 1055; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will lie taken as
confessed by you.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this the
llth day of May, !!:,:.
E. II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court.
Had. Countv, Florida.
By: \VM. W. STOCKING,
(Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy i lerK
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor;
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1 _-:: Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
1 13-20-27 6 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BLI2SZARD l'.\N COMPANY, at 212
S.W. "ih St., intends to register aald
name with the cl.-rk of the Circuit
Court 01 Dad. County, Florida.
M. .v. ki.ass. Owner
:,'L'7 0/2-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage in
busineaa under the fictitious num. ol
GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, at 250
Lincoln Road, intends to rem-i.-i aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Coin 1 of Dad,. County, Florida
DICK SII.MK
MITCHELL If. GOLDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
::n; SeyboM Bldg.
r. 27 /3-10-17
1..
to Quiet Title i" the ......
real propertj has bean fifed against
you, and > ol
a copy of your
to the
tl
1,..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL SERVICES CO (nol lie >,
at S325 S.W, 03rd Court, Miami, Flor-
ida (p. 11. Box 1123, International
Airport. Miami. Florida), intends to
reglater said num.- with the Clerk
,,f the Clrcull Court of Dade County.
MERWIN ROBENBERA
T ILIANOFF, w ALLER a
GREENBERG
Attoi ne} for Applicant
42l> Lincoln Road. Miami He..eh. M.i.
", 2"-27 S/a-1(1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE QUEEN, at 13200 W. Dixie
Highway, N. Miami. Intend! lo regls-
1,1 -aid name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
PHILIP reicHert
FRED MORGAN
KESSI.ER CARS
Aii.n in- for Applicants
17s2 W. Flagler St.
Ii 10-27 6/3-10
required to set t
. Answer or Pleading
Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
Bill of Complaint
, shall be pubuahed once
each week for four (II consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE and ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, ihis 1Mb day of May, A.D.
E II LEATHERMAN.
cl.-rk. circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bj JOAN COURNOYER,
(Circuit Court S.-ali Deputy Clerk
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney tor Plaintiffs
107 Olympla Building. Miami .,-'. F1.1.
1/1-10-1"
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NE WS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITEO STATES
Swrgeon General Leonard Scha*: is planning to go to Mexico City
..- head of the I S delegation to the World Health Organization As
sembly, where he it expected to make *n important ttatement on the
Salic vaccine. The UN health bodv. now n
pitaL heard .i statement Iron: Or Felix li I Cuba, hi
ssembly t>> issue statement m the merit! -iti-
l me Meanwhile. .1* the tvntr
i-me continue- Dr. Jonas Salk himself declared in Pittsburgh that cases
of polio after injection of the anti-polio vaccine were "clearly inci-
dental." Thu*. with the-e words, he mm inn zed the big (u^ made over
the tests. A 75-foot flagpole. n>ir.^' from an iffflHrU (rtBltC base on
whuh is mounted a bronze plaque. \- presented t. the City o(
York b> Gen Averell Harrman in commemoration of the 3tX)th anni '
\erN.ir>- of Jewi-h settlement in the I S Jutting into the sky in full
view of the Statue of Liberty at New York's historic Battery Park, the
new shrine of Liberty w.i unveiled by Supreme Court Jii-ticc Edgar J
Nathan. Jr uiant of '. of the first
-.'tiler- in He* Vr.-terdam The plaque reads: "Erected D] the
State of Now York i:: honor of the member* of the tuer,:. three me*
men and children who landed in September 1854 and founded the
iir-i Jewish community in North Amei .
The nine-month celebration of the 300th anniversary of Jewish
settlement in America, launched la-l September, came to a close on
Junt 1. with a public aembly held ) .< Mall in New Vi
Adlai E Ste\ man appeared a- main >peaker- The 66th annual convention of the
Central Conference of Reform Rabbis open* June 20 in A.-bur> 1'ark
N.I Pr. Barnett K Bnekner. the Conference preMdent announce'!
week. Moses I. Feuerstein, national president of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of America, h.. made public a statement in
which he de. h tews throughout America have taken
-pecial pride William B. Herlends to be
. Federal Judge for the Southern District t Men \ rt Mr Herlcnd* i-
honorary pra \ Seven new congregations
have been admitted to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
Reforn The Conference
of Jewish Claims Against Germany has revealed that more than $225,900
has been allocated for relief, rehabilitation educational and cultural
programs for the \ Riding
seven Latin-American .
The American Association for Jewish Education, i I an '
i xtraordtnarj All I rt Sunday, called for
al roll call .h citi/en- fa
led personal nhanrement
Jewish re! JoMch A Sapowitch, I Buffalo w.,-
Meir Sher-
man
.- investors in Israeli la total M 8.000 ir.
nd Daymen) I earnings durin the ;
The executive committee of
the American Technion Sacie'>
IHCe Of rtami Prof. Albert Einstein
B nai B'rith I ,,ne mil
refugees who I ed into S i nnuwist
Viet N Is the New York Herald Tribune Going Right?"
as the tit n the New > rfc Post last week v
be in the mal I the Tri! I
Irwin the article in which he charged ll
jtresident and replaced
29 year-old Ogden. known as a Republican right winger
and a pro-McCarthyite.
The Big Four talks at the summif :nend> of Eisenhower ir.di
he meet.:
The New York Times That rect -ted
mark a tide In the turn of history the dawn
of a new hope for peace Sp< n act week At-
torney General Jacob K Javits asked that Congress and State Legis-
lators speed up the anti-discriminat:on legislation, in the fields of
housing and employment. The UN Educational Scientific and Cul-
tural Organization UNESCO n east statement at -. I \ revea
the DM Baths' WA is -pending M225i>
rear alone on aid to -ah refugee- ir. Syria l^banon
Ian and the Gaza The American Legion and the Roman
Catholic Church have -upp. rted a Bill to give public -chool children
.;me off for religawi -traction in the Slate of Wigonn-in Pri>ta9Un:
churches and the have exprev**) >; |
the Bill
ISRAEL
The latest two-hour Israel-Egyptian battle on the Gaxa strip, in
which mortar-, and artillery were u-ed on both side* has had ser
repercussion-, at the IN A r.jrrber of delegate* are demanding that
the Security Council take a more defin.- .nd go to the root of
the matter by calling upon Egypt to eaaa* it- provocative act.- through
:he mining of roads I-rael: -pokesmen here declare that the Secur
icil's recent failure to condemn Egypt |
:arther ag| Israeli government loaders and professor^
the Hebrew I ni\er-.ity held a -pecial memorial meeting in .':
week ir. honor of Prof Albert Ein-teir, A group of 52 U.S. mili-
tary officials and five State Department exports have arrived in Jordan
for a three-day \. take part ir. the annual field tour planned by
Ukt Jordan.an War College Across the border. Israelis art wonder-
ing what the State Department is up to now. Egypt's military dic-
tator. Premier Nasser. ,--ued a statement .r. which he made it plain
the Nih country is not vet read | democratic rule He -
the restoration of pirty freedom would encourage foreign agent-, to
In Syria another attempt at a military coup was foiled
by the arrest of Col. Mohammed Safa
impn-onment
PEOPLE
Jacob K. Javits, -peaking at a I JA dim 'ged
that the IS enter into a mutual -defen-e agreerr.. | Such
a treaty, he said, would bum notice on Ihe v tr Eat that I-rael
and i- recognised to have an effective role to play in the
development of the free world Dr. Manuel Neumann i*.ued a
-imilar plea during the recent National ZOA committee meet-
i the Waldorf-Astoria hotel Mrs. Frankhn O. Rooaovett, speak
Hunter College students, urged that the DM persuade the Arab
- to sit and mediate w:th I-rael She also expressed the view
thai "a neutral patrol along the border would tend to eliminate much ;
of the killing and friction So far Israel has not yet replied to Mai.
Gen. Burns' proposals for joint patrols Whether 1-rael i> willing to
accept "neutral patrols" is problematical Dr. Jonah E. Safe's office
at the I'mver-itv of Michigan h being flooded with gifts and congra-.j
latorv messages, 1
IRIDAY.
HJNJ;
Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen, present to Rabbi Leon Kroniah
a specially-inscribed scrap book at the annual installation
luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom in the
Fontainebleau hotel. Cohen qave the book to his wife on the
occasion of her 72nd birthday on that day, and Mre. Cohen
presented i: :o the Temple in the name of the Young-At-Heart
of Beth Sholom. of which she is chairman. The book will be
used for keeping historical items about the Temple.
Atd Cross Seeks l^
Who Know Their ^
Ladie- who car. on.
P*hines and wi|, JJJjj
hour. P-r w,...kan,Jl
" Cross to makTs^-'
* volun.eer-r^'
oher products *M"L
meet al th, h..pt,.r kJS1 ^
or Wednesday, "herT
While n c w volunir-,
^7-'......rkon'>Sj
in Ihe mnrnini! or a(tenv.?i
usually fm,| .J^**
compan-hmp [ othert Tv|
and decile t rrmain ."*"IJ
cordins to Mr- j S AsburTriSl
man lor production.
To Honor Neighbors
On Sunday evening j^tl
fereth I-rael NorthsirJe CbbV]
sponsonni; an op.-n Air sSj
ly Rally honoring neighbajiw.
have contnhutrrl t0 Tilere4|
rael's buildir.i! campaign.
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YEHUDI MENUHIN RIVALS DULLES ^^yb-IBoiciidliigun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1955 SECTION B IS A JEWISH HOSPITAL NEEDED? WE BEGAN HUtE 13 YEARS AGO [ouncil's Last English Class to Graduate n Tuesday evening, June 7, graduation exer I of I!" English Classes for the Foreign Born will bcld at the Miami Senior High School. These c j,omark the end of an important service that local Section of National Council of Jewish Wornu contributed to this community. %  ore than 19 years ago, when Council felt that L eei \ for teaching English to the foreign horn (not being met, its leaders started with one class Ljx students, newly arrived Americans As they Jnucri t" arrive and the need grew, council ex| e ,l Us ibv.es. added a second class and then a 1952 council was aware that the number of Eh arrivals to this area was decreasing, but the Ind f"i" Knglish classes for the foreign born (continuing and increasing, and it enlisted the Ihe I'Hie County Board of Public Instruction look ever co-sponsor.ship of the classes with under the Minimum Foundation Program Council now feel that the community has become ufficiently aware of the problem, that the nee is being adequately me, and tha, ,, can turn ."serv lies to some other facet of aid to foreign born oiJ Mr \ J Pl Bel0V has ,,een Principal of these w-s for he pas, 13 years and .or the pas, three N.trLn r, C r S u ,Pd bv Bcrnar(l VVe ki rt and Norman Clover, both members of the Dade County school system faculty. <-umy Although Council has formally withdrawn from the sponsorship of Knglish classes. a ,his lime, it ZZ I^T"" 1 %  S in ,hc fiel o n an inf(,rma basis. On Tuesday, May 24. the first unit of community-sponsored immigrants under the Refugee Relief Act arrived in the Miami area. Since Council expects about 25 units this coming fiscal year, it may have some of its volunteers tutor the new arrivals if the new arrivals experience any real difficulties in the classroom. Jack Corner TO BE PRESENTED ANNUALLY Jacques Back, of Nashville Observer, To Head Jewish Publishers' Group 1 David A. Nathan (second from left), chairman of the DeIment of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, receives a que in recognition of his leadership in founding Mount is annual post graduate seminar. Looking on at the fifth Rual seminar banquet Saturday evening in the Fontaine3u hotel are Max Orovitz. president; Dr. Milton S. Gold1, j: resident of the medical staff; and Samuel Gertner, aital executive director. %  WOE SOLICITATION BEGUN to Compose Leaders' Committee For Mount Sinai Development Fund ; business and civic Irs n| I',. (Ireater Miami area • a campaign commitrai-ing four million dollars istruct a new. 300-bed geni in Miami Beach, reM Hi' present Mount Sinai pal. i' was announced here an !'• liu-kin. chairman of the opment fund. ami Beach committee mem1 "Hard Abes*. Sam %  Jack earner, Irving Cypen. Danbaum, Ben B. Gaines, P'l Gertner. Mr. Louis Glamor, M. Goldin, Dr. Milton S. nan, Sam Goldstein, A. J. Har'" .Jacobs, Howard Kane, rictor Kugel, J. Gerald Lewis. Liberman, Dr. Louis G. I yl Nathan. Max Oro Dr i. ;ir i Peiaer, David Phil; I' 'Hack, Sam Resmck, Dr. Benjamin R. RosB Kuskm, Mrs Fan-[ 11 Harold Spaet. Joseph R. '"' Milton P. Travers. Carl F"le. Ins Charles Werbfow. a !" V>un and Louis Wolfson ; I'mi committee members are' *>rn Coodman. Aaron Kan 1 -"f-ourt. S. C. Levin| Lipton, Stanley C. My ur ilaroid Rand, Herbert f < %  > Sher, William D I Arthur Ungar. [ ra| G bles representatives on remittee are Meyer Baskin, Heiman and Harold Thurman., wood represenUtives are Stanley Beckerman and A. J. Dimond. The new hospital is a joint project of Mount Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It is hoped that construction will be started next year on Collins Island, immediately adjoining the present hospital facility, Ruskin said. He added that members of the committee have already started area wide solicitation for initial gifts, and June 30 has been set as the completion date for the first itage of the campaign. Progress reports will be male at weekly meetings until the target date. Ruskin said. Philip Chasm is executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital Development F u n d headquarters. which have been opened at f!4.) Lincoln rd. W'ALTHAM. MASS.—Meetine at Brandis University for its 13th annual convention, the American Association of English Jewish Newspapers last week elected Jacques Buck, editor and publisher of The %  !< Wish Observer. Nashville, Tern., as president, to succeed Fred K Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian. The election took place at a luncheon at which Dr. Abram L. Sachai. president of Brandeis t'ni varsity, was host io the visiting editors and publishers. The publishers and editors adopted a resolution commending the Jewish Telegraphic Agency for its efforts to advance th" standards of Jewi-h journalism Victor Bientoek. general manager, and Boris Smolar. editor of JTA. were applauded for their efforts to extend newa coverage of the agency and to improve its feature service. The delegates "pledged anew their sympathetic support to Israel, to ihe end that the youn'! state should win the peace and grow from strength to strength." and protested against the arming of the Arab states to Israel's detriment. Other resolutions expressed the association's appreciation to Brandeis University for its hospitality and to Joseph Wek-berg and Ben Bartzofl, of the boston Jewish Advocate, for making the convention arrangements. Important convention decisions provided for the following innovations in the English-Jewish publishing field: 1. Institution of annual awards to English-Jewish newspapers adjudeed (a) publishing the bestwritten non-syndicated news story of th year: (b> th" paper pub)ishing the edi'orial adjudged the bestwritten of the year and (c) the papers adjud"ed th~ best of the year typographically in the tabloid, full-sized and magazine formats. 2. Establishment of a Seminar on Jewish Journalism, presidents and publicity directors of all national Jewish organizations to be invited to participale in discussions of the place of the EnglishJewish press in American Jewish life and the relation to them of the national Jewish organizations. In his address to the convention delegates,. Dr. Sachar revealed that Brandeis Cniversity is the only school of higher learning in the country whose student body is on record as having selected Hebrew as a major subjeel of study—second only to French. He announced that Ihe coming year's freshman class of 300 has been selected out of 2.600 applicants. Dr. Sachar also announced that Brandeis University has purchased a large tract of land to assure "development for the next 100 or 200 years Corner is Seen A Top Leader In Campaign On Friday. June 3, a Miami Beach resident will leave this area for five months to return to his home in Rye. New York. Community leaders and especially Combined Jewish Appeal chairman Sam J. Heiman will miss the man sorely. Jack earner, chairman of the Winter Residents Division and active worker in many other welfare activities, is easily the surprise leader of this year's Combined Jewish Appeal His division exceeded its 1955 quota of $262,000 sooner than expected and set about covering additional prospects in other community divisions to prove that CJA is "one big unified drive." As of this week, earner's division has achieved a total of S281.500. over 107 percent of its quota and more than 125 percent of last year's Winter Residents achievement. In addition to leading his own division over the top. Carner has 'been instrumental in playing a [major role with the Initial (liti ~ 1 Division and in lending strong support to the i' %  !>ay" community campaign at which time earner's unit raised over S8.000 in a sixhour effort. Heiman has called Carner "the outstanding newcomer to our comj munity" and lists as proof of this j unofficial title earner's dynamic i services with'. Mount Sinai Hospi| tal, Jewish Home for the Aged and j the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He served with the building j subcommittee responsible for the Iconstruction of the Ablin Memorial i Wing at the Home for the Aged and was recently elected treasurer of the Home. He is a member of the Mount Sinai Hospital advisory board and one of the newest trustees to be named to the Federation trustee unit at the recent annual meeting. "Of the many hundreds of Winter Residents who have infused the Greater Miami Jewish Federation with new blood and new leadership and inspiration. Carner has set an r recedented example for others to follow," said Heiman. as he bade farewell to the communal Continued on Pag* 9 B IN PREPARATION Temple Sinai Confirms Seventeen FridaY Evening Seventeen students wen firmed duiing. Frid.n evenn vuoth sen ee ol Temple Sinai Jtabbi David Shapiro officiated Confirmed were Jerry H -v, ell. Barbara Pearl. Rosalie Donner, Barry Rosenthal, Ronnie Hutt. Frai.ces Burton. Harry Goldman, e Barry, Jerry Rarrish, Bon n.e Marshall. Daniel Raclfflian, Diane Liebman. Henry Gertzman. Betsy Nathanson, Melvyn Greene. Allen Scheinblum and Lois Rich. Flagler Seeks Facilities For Summer Programs Flayer Granada Jewish Community (enter is preparing its summer recreation activities for youth and adults participating in the Center's many religious, cultural and social programs. Lou Bush and Harry Shamis this I week revealed thai Flagler la Bceking to make contact with par iwimpools "Our lummer day c imp desper. (t( .j V M H .; lo a swimming pool." Bosh and Shamis said. "We will even be JTatefts) tar offers from private i""' 1 owfcara Also Deeded al Ihe summer day camp are a piano and long drapes for Flagler's auditorium and chapel. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Salk, parents of Dr. Jonas Salk. receive a citation honoring them as "Jewish Parents of the Lear" from the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies as pait of the National Family Week Observance. Shown makinq the presentation is Salim L. Lewis, president of Federation. The scroll of honor was presented to the Salks as "shining examples of the advantage given to children today by a secure American family life and the love, understanding and companionship of the home."



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r *Y. TUNE 3, 1955 a l*Mun Iweet sixteen luncheon party honor of Miss Carol Rayjjs was given by her pai[nls Mr and Mrs. ADavid layvis. 1324 SW 18th St.. on Sunday May 29. in the Panfcama room of the Biscayne fenace hotel. Approximately ) of Carol's friends and relates attended. Among them ,ere Mr. and Mrs. Moe ehatzman, Mrs. Joseph Rayis and her grandmother, [rs. Bertha Rayvis. Jerrold Hochfelsen Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitvah of Jerrold Jay son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoch |£elsen. 1621 NW flOth *., will take place at Tifereth Israel Northside (enter on Saturday morning, June ,4. Rabbi Abraham Herson spirit,ual leader and Jerroldteacher I Will official,., with Cantor Albert | Giant* rendering the musical por|tion of the liturgy. I Jerrold is a student at Edison Junior High School and is keenly I interested in music and the | graphic arts. He has two listers Randi, age 8, and Sherry, 6. I Among those present at the Bar Mitzvah will be Mrs. Jennie Hochfelsen of Miami, paternal grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Slier, of Philadelphia, maternal grandj parents; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanover, of Philadelphia; Mr. Herman Stier, Newark; Mr. and Mrs. Max Hochfelsen, Brooklyn; and Mr and Mrs. Abe Hochfelsen, Brook lyn. Mr. and Mrs. Hochfelsen will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat given in their son's honor following Fridaynight services. 'itfTTltfTliiaii PAGE 7A Jerrold Joy Hochfelsen Two Will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday Two youths will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. June 4. of Beth David Congregation. They are Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin White, and Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurray Lazarus. Harvey is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and has attended Beth David religious school for the past three years. Sheila, his twin sister, will participate in the Sabbath morning service. Arthur is also a seventh grader at Shenandoah and a student in Beth David religious school. The Whites and Lazaru-.es will sponsor floral offerings in honor of their children. hd r \ yke Stiebel was named Iweetheart of Hillel A.Z.A. 1 a dance in the Delmonico otel Satuiday night. Myke, ho is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. ves at 2150 SW 21st ter. She completing her junior year 1 Miami Senior High School nd is president of Tsion BBG nd parliamentarian and sereant-at arms of BBYO Counil. She is president of her nglish class, a member of uture Teachers of America, uture Business Leaders of merica and was recently intclled as a member of Naonal Forensic League. Reception to Honor Ronald Abel Ronald Abel will become Bar Mitzvah during Friday evening services, June 3. of Temple Israel. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Abel. 3080 Calusa >t Coconut Grove, Ronald is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School and attends religious school of Temple Israel. A reception honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held at his home Sunday afternoon. ISUMMER BRIDES RESERVE YOUR WEDDING DATE TODAY fvery Gen* Troop Wudding Story Includes FORMAL STUDIO PORTRAITS with your CANDIDS !<• Today to, Information Barry Robert Pesetsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pesetsky, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, June 4, during the 9 a.m. Sabbath service. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. [Mark Anniversary Twenty-fifth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hammerman of Miami Beach was celebrated Thursday with a luncheon in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. Some 35 friends of the couple attended the silver wedding ceremonies. Hammerman came to Miami Beach in 1947 from New York and is operator and co-owner of the Promenade hotel on the Beach. Ardmore Stephen Roy Marks, son of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, June 4, during the 9 a.m. service. Rabbi Irving Newmans Feted Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks and Mrs. Djuretta Brooks Weiss of 520 SW 62nd ct., Miami gave a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Clint Newman who are leaving Miami to make their new home in Washington, D.C. Among guests Iron Miami at the Sunday party were Melodye Hope Weiss, Jerry Brooks. Mr. and Mrs Sam Wolfson. Mr. Morris Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfson, Mrs. Mike Isker, Barbara Isker, Michael Isker. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Felson and sons Buddy and David, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolfson and son, Bobby, Barbara Wolfson, Michael Wolfson and Mrs. Louis Beverely. In Washington, Mr. Newman will continue his studies at the Law School of Washington University. While in Miami, Mr. Newman was employed at General Motors Acceptance Corporation. Lehrman will officiate. 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PAGE 8 A *JmMi ncrktlari IRIDAY.IUNE Roth Promises Sensation at Rally On Beach Saturday Councilman Burnett Roth this week called upon the Citizens of Miami Beach to express their indignation and rejection of what he described as the "tactics of Goebbels and Hitler which were utilized .igainst me in the primary campaign of last Tuesday in Miami Beach." Councilman Roth charged that 30,000 copies of a "hate-sheet" published here had been circulated throughout the city. "This hate>heet." said Roth, "devoting a full issue to me. costing thousands of dollars, has honored" me by smearing me I urge all Miami Beach VOtera to call the Anti-Defemation League, to check with its executive director, Gilbert Balkin, and its chairman. George Talianoff. and to learn the facts about this publics linn." Roth also announced that "sen rational revelations" would be made by him at a public rally to I %  held Saturday evening at the Miami Beach Auditorium. He stated, "You, the people of Miami Beach, have had your ears filled vith half-truths and innuendos about a Little Black Box.' You were promised that this box would be opened and terrible things re vealed The Little Black Box was Dot opened by those who tried to lead you on, to whet your interest, i stimulate your curiosit) Why wasn't it opened'.' I will cpen the little black box myself i i \t Saturday at the Beach Audi torium." And. continued Roth, I want to assure my fellow citizens that the box is not empty On Saturday night, will disclose to you the contents Of this box and rc\ in a sensational series of documented revelations, the combination ol forces, determined to drive me out ol public life, and even more important, to deliver Miami Beach into the clutches of interests who vill stop at nothing to control and dominate our cm Sharet Chapter Will Install Officers Wednesday Bebe SalaTourg will be installed president of Sharet Chapter, li'nai B'rith Young Women, on Sunday afternoon. June 5, at Ramon res taurant. 3651 SW 8th st. Mrs, Gerald Soltz. president of the Metro politan Women's Council, will be installing officer. 200 to Celebrate Confirmation Russel Harley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Keusch. 1010 SW 62nd ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. June 4. at the West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Itiisscl is a graduate of Sylvama Heights Elementary School, where he served as student council representative for three years He is now a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High School. where he is president of his class and | member of the concert band. Russel is a patrol leader in Seoul Troop 328. He Is also the troop bugler, For the past four years, lie has been president of the PreTeen group affiliated with the center. A reception for 200 people will follow the services. Later that eve ning there will be a party lor 4i) of his friends. Hirsch School of Drama Plans Summer Workshop Sam Hirsch School of Drama. :<:."; W -47th st Miami Beach, will offer a ten-week summer theatre workshop June 27 through Sept -' M l'ir > oungsters anil teen Will be held Monday through Friday mornings of each week from 9:30 to 12 30 Practical participation will be ^tressed in act ing. speech, makeup, playw riling, scenery and history of the theatre Arthur S. laiarvs Arthur Lazarus to Be Bur Mitzvah Arthur Stuart Lazarus will Income Bar Mitzvah during Saturdaj morning services of Beth David Congregation. June 4. A siudent at the religious school of Beth David for the past eight yean, the Rar Mitzvah BUM attends Shenandoah Junior High School, where he iin seventh grade and belongs to the band. Arthur is the ion ol Mr and Mrs Murray Lazarus. 3120 SW 261 h st., Miami Kiddush will follow the cereninnies Saturday morning Among lutoftown guests expected are Mr and Mrs. Sam I.azarowitz. of New York City. Arthur's uncle and aunt; Mr. and MrEdward I'eek and Mr. Leon Toyster, Dania. nd Mr and Mrs Peter Bluestem. Hollywood. Fla. A reception will bo held in Arthurs honor Sunday cvcninu at Dinner Key Auditorium Invited ahonored guests are Miami Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aronowitz. Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs Harold Shapiro. Judge and Mrs Albert Dub bin and Judge and Mrs Milton Friedman. Kriensky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Barnet Kriensky, formerly of 39 Santilane ave will be held Sunday. June 5. 11:30 a m at Mt. Nebo I Ymetcr> Mr. Kriensky is survived by his wile. Jennie; three sons. Morns F. of New York City, Lewta I. of Dorchester, Mass and Joseph, of Maiden. Maps.: one daughter. Miss Ann .Kriensky. of Cortl Gables: two sisters. Mrs Samuel Spector. of Miami, and Mrs. Ida Prokup. of Revere. Mass ; and five grand children. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Toretzky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sophie Toretzky. formerly of 2930 SW 17th st.. will be held Sunday. June 5, 1 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Itabbi S. T. Swirskj officiating. Mrs Toretzky is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Minna Chekanaw and Mrs Flaine Juara. both of Miami: also two sons. Mischa and Jack; and seven grandchildren Arrangements are in charge "' Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are aaked to attend. Schneider Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joel K Schneider, formerly of 1150 8th st.. Miami Beach, will be held Sunday. June 5, 1 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Akiva Chill officiating. Joel | is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schneider, a brother. Neil, and his grandparents. Arrangementa are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 3.19 Kaufman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Libby Kaufman, a resident of Detroit. Mich., and a winter visitor of Florida, formerly of 221 NE 104th st., North Miami, was held on May 29 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Henry Ukolica officiating. Mrs. Kaufman is survived by her hus band. Sam; one daughter. Mrs. Fredelyn Canter; one son. Dr. J. S. Kaufman, of Detroit; four sisters and two grandchildren. Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Berman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham (AD Berman. formerly of 87 Washington ave., Miami Beach, was held Sunday. May 29. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Berman is survived by his brother. Joseph C. Berman. Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Nurenberg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Nurenberg. formerly of 2006 SW 5th ave, will take place Sunday. June 5. 3 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Auxiliary to Meet Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary will meet Friday morning in the Memorial room of the hospital Past presidents' advisory council will be formed, including the Mesdames Max Dobrin. Monte Selig. Louis Krensky, Harold Spaet and Morris Goldin. Rosenstein Unveil ing ine dedication of a ,. the memory of the IRj-th sen stein, formerly of R 7 '^ %  rd.. w.ll take p ac y c S J 5 1ft, I 11 a.m.. at M. Sina, u "^ Park Cemeterv. w „ h DJT'" 0 "'' Swirsky officiating £*£} stein is survived by her K T^ Samuel; three .l| lu h L hu ^ Shirley Warsaw Jfj} J Solomon of Miami, and Mr; M !2 Hams, of New York Ch,T? brother, four sisters Jr. 1 grandchildren. Arrange '?" .n charge of Thurmond M'^ Company. Friends and r !" are asked to attend. "* Phi Sigma Sigma To Install Officers Phi Sigma Sigma .-\lumn* w nation of Greater \|, ami ** stall new officers a, a m ^ the home of MrVictor BI 3370 SW 17,h s, on T£J+> ning, June 7. To be installed are: PrtMdm Mrs. Joseph Klein; u.%$£ Mrs. Paul Furmar.; treasurers Jerome Adleman; recording sec* tary. Clemantine Barship cot sponding secretary. Jane Simman alumnae advisoi \i r R LRosen. New committee chairmen IR Mrs. Eugene Brain-. Sphinx fo. porter; Mrs. Hy I..,,-„„. ( ; nodtlll j Mrs. Robert Rosen National hellenic Represent a v. r: Madelm Weinman. Magazine Mrs j \^ man. Philanthropy: and Mrs. Ray aid Ager, Blue and Gold Fund. Annual alumnae brunch for graduating seniorwill be held Saturday. June 4 at Arthur Basel's. Mrs. Eugene Bramand Mrs. Ronald Ager have been named c* chairmen for the coming national convention of Phi Sigma Sigma to be held in Miami June, 1956. re*** mgSggS* |*1 | Aa <"K KK "•f, HAROLD TURK'S Blumorint for the future! • 'no^d cl.n.c Mrvic*.locol ho.p..al. • SH *7^ %  %  % % %  — mm, .o mrnrn r— (l''l I'"' \.\\ l I I'll l'ol A,]\.) Re-Elect Harold TURK Lever 9*



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RIDAY, JUNE 3, 1955 fork Steps Up Campaign as June [Speaking at a meeting at 1610 la.-hington ave this week, CounIman Harold Turk unwrapped his Worm for reelection to the Mi[ii Beach City Council in the June Runoff election. Ijn his talk, Turk also called for Vehement of Miami Beach as a ui-c ship port, improvement of city's Latin American relations j an exhibit hall "to attract ma• U S. conventions here." Turk also stressed acquisition of jjiiional public beaches and recItinnnl facilities and realization [the Inter American Trade Mart [key points of his platform. tAlthough our schools in Miami Btli are administered by the de County School Board, improvfacilitiea are the concern of try parent, and I plan to estaba Miami Beach citizen's comic %  to help improve school [nts and programs here," Turk erted. *leist Fksklian PAGE 3 A Ford Board Chairman Cites Industry's Role In Achieving Tolerance CINCINNATI — Ernest R. Breech, chairman of the board, Kord Motor Company, said this week that industry "is doing more than any other segment of our society—except perhaps our churches—to develop and maintain a high degree of tolerance and broarl-mindedncss in individuals." Control! 5 Year SURETY BOND GUARANTY 1 • %  All HI WOOD MTLOM TINT t SUITtMAlUa TIRNITI JOIS Phone 82-6441 TRULY NOLEN, inc. Ill Hondo i La.oeit Pen Control C me Auxiliary Holds lal Meeting of Season Clo-ing meeting of the year of (ireater Miami Women's Auxfrr y. Jewish Home for the Agedplace Tuesday noon, May in the Rubiyat room of the liers hotel. United Synagogue of America activities in South Florida are planned by (left to right) Sam Halperin. member of tne na and t£ ^""Jf 9 committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary and the United Synagogue; Dr. Bernard Segal, national ex HZTlJTft V he V n i,6d S y naaoa ^ Rbbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El; and Joseph Rose co-chairman of the Temple's "Friends of the Seminary." Halperin is vice president and Rose honorary life president of Temple Emanu-El. New Leopard Cage Revealed At Tropical Hobbyland A new high visibility steel and concrete cage for leopards has just been completed and put into service at Tropical Hobbyland, Miami Zoological garden. The new cage marks the completion of the first phase of Hobbyland's program. j*rGCKi NEED NEW TRANSPORTATION? Pick out the car you want, but before closing consult us. See how much you can save with a low-cost auto loan at PAN AMERICAN BANK Or MIAMI, FLORIDA MIMIEI. IIDEIA1 RESCR* SYSTEM PEOtRAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP 5 C.I it Si. ol 3rd A... PHONE 2-7211 Halperin to Seek 'Representation' Campaigning from one end of Miami Beach to the other, Sam Halperin intensified his bid for city council this week as he pointed out three major achievements he accomplished for the entire city in the role of private citizen. Halperin's campaign committee, headed by Ben F. Danbaum, Mrs. Rose Weiss and Mrs. Max Boderman, is continuing with rallies throughout the area. "I believe every section of Miami Beach is entitled to fair representation on council," Halperin said Wednesday, "and you will find that I make the same statements at South Shore and at North Beach, at First and at 41st st. Beware of those who pledge special favors for one particular area, then fail to repeat their promises at meetings held elsewhere in the city." Halperin said he took the lead at the close of World War II in compelling the City of Miami Beach to purchase the Bayshore Golf Course for municipal use. Halperin also pointed to his nine years of service on the 2oning board. M My most sincere appreciation to the many voters and friends WHO supported my candidacy at the polls Tuesday. I pledge my continued efforts to make Miami Beach a batter c'rty to live in. CHARLES "6PW" HALL UM. Pol Adv.) Brunch Card Party Slated By Home of Aged Auxiliary Brunch and card party given by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will take place, Monday noon, June 6, in the Kubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. This is the annual affair for the benefit of the Sidney Appel Medical Fund, which helps pay for the residents at the Jewish Home for special medical needs and aids for the Aged. Mrs. Murray Graham and Mrs. Mollie Tupper, chairmen, revealed. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum. 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>AGE 4 A 9-Jmlsii nor/Mar wJenist flcrtfian Publish** tvary Friday alnea 1977 by tha Jawlah rioridian al 12c N C Sixth Street. Miami 1*. Florida Entered ai aecond-claaa ma'ter July 4. 1*30. at tha Post Office "Sf Miami. Fla.. under Ma Act af March 3, 1S7. Tha Jawiah Fior.dian has absorbed the Jewish I'mty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jawish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National CditdVial Asaociation. Amer. lean Association of English-Jewisn Newspapers. Florida Fresi Association. FRE D K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 Our Jewish-Sponsored Hospital Elsewhere in the columns of this week's issue of The Jewish Floridian. Mr. Harry Simouhon" questions the purposes cf the current development iund for the new Meant Sinai Hoep i fciL work on which is scheduled to begin early next year. Indeed, Mr. Stmonhofi qu e snoas the Bfci need for a Jewish epoascred nedx-ii jisbtafltaa in the Greater Miami area sad coile open the City of Miami Beach lake arer the cperatioc of Mount Sinai as a atunxipad hin->pi lor A* use of the general coBsssaetjly Mr. Simonhoff was fac a long s: c regular contributor to The Jewish Floridjan. and only recently we were glad to welcome his 11 5a* column back — a series based on critical analysis of local happenings. Certainly. Mr. Simonhoff is entitled to his opinions, and the dictates of American tradition and a bee press %  vould deny us the right either to question or to fail to publish his position on any issue over which we find ourselves in disagreement. But. by the same token, we must disagree and state our differences editorially when Mr. Simonhoff raises a question of major local import, which obviously needs answering. We believe that Mount Sinai Hospital has a great contribution both to the Jewish and general communities of Greater Miami. Jewish-sponsored medical institutions are a fundamental part of American Jewish tradition, as Mr. Simonhoff himself, points out. Wherever they exist throuqhout the nation, they bring praise and gratitude horn the many .:ties to whose medical needs they minister. Miami's experience has been no different in this regard. Jews and non-Jews, alike, have continued to voice their feelings about Mount Sinai's importance to them. The hospital—a healing center, a source of medical research, a seminar for international medical discussion —has reflected on the Jewish community practically and spiritually. Only ten years in existence and hardly six since it moved horn its already then inadequate site on Alton rd. in the South Beach area. Mount Sinai today carries on interne training programs and has by this time graduated several classes of students in its fully accredited school of practical nursing. The hospital's clinics annually offer medical services to thousands of persons on a free or part-free basis. An institution in the traditional South, it has done its progressive share markedly to advance the concept of human brotherhood with the appointment to its staff of Negro physicians and with the establishment of facilities for rendering expert medical care to Negro patients. This is no accident; this is a fundamental aspect of Jewish tradition, clearly etched upon the backdrop of discrimination against the Jew, himself, over the ages. Thus, prior to the advent of Mount Sinai on the Miami scene, Jewish physicians found it virtually impossible to receive appointments as members of local hospital staffs. A Jewishsponsored hospital in this area has. of course, changed that condition. And, in equal regard. The Jewish FlorlJian does nol guarantee the Kaabruth of the me-chandie* ailvertlaed In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION A T • I One Year 1 3.00 Two YMM •6.04 Volume 29 Friday. June 3, 1955 Si van 13. 5715 Number 22 During The Week... A MS e By LEO MINDLIN THAT MAN from Starke is at it again. I gU es angry with the people of this area, and he doesn't intend i"' forget they made a mistake in not voting him back to th r l i mansion. Probably, the word "quite" here is an inanVm.!. v 1 ..I hie Irno faalinac Vnr n Inkno „„l. .u !" a,[ i !" of his true feelings. For Sen. Johns took the Position at T fiRTILE PLANTING ARIA when the local Displaced Persons program called far guaranteed employment for new Americans. Mount Sinai opened its doors and helped DP's become integrated citizens of our community by offering them jobs in its many departments. One can. certainly, go on and on. demonstrating at random the value of Mount Sinai Hospital to Greater Miami—singling out with little effort the medical, social and research benefits this Jewish-sponsored institution has heaped upon all of us. But Mount Sinai, obviously, needs no detense. Its programs have spoken and continue to speak for themselves. The generous outpouring of over one million dollars on the part of local residents since the recent announcement of the development fund for a new Mount Sinai is ample evidence of the community's support of a Jewish-sponsored hospital here. Just in Case They've Forgotten There is little point, we suppose, in continually beating the drum of warning so far as a rearmed Germany is concerned. The fact is that German resiliency—Germany's ability to make a remarkable industrial come-back only ten years after its virtual destruction — has been precisely what the Western powers wanted, with the exception of a frightened and divided France. We can not therefore be outraged over their "inability" to experience disquiet in the face of Germany's new freedom. Our own government, as an example, has gone all out in an effort to guarantee Bonn's future military might. Last week's Presidential Executive Order, making eligible for wholesale pardon war criminals —including Gestapo and SS men—is a case in point. So anxious is the U.S. State Department for Germany's friendship that it has made one of the most shameful deals in this nation's history—has offered Bonn the right to grant widespread clemency to these criminals as the price for rearmament. This indicates two things: 1. The German people are sensitive about their imprisoned war leaders. They do not believe that either they or their leaders committed any wrongs, and they threatened non-cooperation with the West if we failed to expiate the "sin" of Nurnberg. 2. Our government has succumbed to literal blackmail, operating according to the principle that "peaceful" Germany wants no part of a renewed militarism and that militarism would have to be imposed on the "reticent" German people for their own good. We wonder if the Western powers know these facts, which come to our mind at random and among countless others: Dr. Gerhard Peters, of Frankfurt, is now on trial for having manufactured and sold to the Third Reich a lethal cyanide product of his own invention, "Zyklon B." that was used to murder an estimated 300.000 persons in Nazi gas chambers. Although convicted in seven different trials since the conclusion of World War II, Dr. Peters is being protected by "high-ranking" German personalities and is presently working as an industrial chemist for the IG-Farben chemical empire in Cologne. During the war, Peters was manager of the "German Corporation for Vermin Extermination." IG-Farben. under the Nazi regime, organized and operated at its own expense one of the most notorious concentration camps and death factories In all of Europe—BunaMonowitz. While only 20 percent of indemnification claims by Nazi victims have been paid within the past ten years, 85 percent of the top Nazi Party leaders get full pensions.' One of every four Nazi victims has thusfar died without having any compensation whatever. The Western world stood idly by while six million Jews were slaughtered at the hands of the Hitler murderers. After the war, professing shock, it excused its inaction by falsely claiming ignorance of the facto. While history shows otherwise, the Western world again consorts with the depraved. What will be its excuse last week that there are more communists in Dade (nun. r* 1 where else in the State of Florida. • "• But this is unfortunately the end of a sad tale; it fails inn account the infinitely more abysmal beginning. The Senatnl!l! passed a bill sponsored by Johns, which would prohibit school from discussing subjects pertaining to communism, facets of th Nations and other "world governments." Now, Sen. R. B G T Miami, warned his colleagues that the Johns bill infringes o""i! herent right of Americans openly to speak their mind on n %  whatever. f The talented legislator from Starke replied that he w* determined to prohibit "the favorable teaching or presentjtwrl one-world government, socialism, fascism, communism and MfcT American doctrines. When Sen. Gautier retorted that "we art ti on thin ice and trying to impair freedom of speech, thought *J pression in this measure," Johns, with the glint of coercion in | thereupon reminded him of the preponderant number of con*, in Dade County and voiced surprise over the opposition to hi* l especially by "the distinguished senator from the Thirteenth." In essence, this means that the former Acting Governor feekt Gautier ought be willing to accept at face value any method drj to outroot subversives from our midst—even if unconstitutional vote of 29 to 7. by which the bill passed, means that many otherk. lators join Sen. Johns in advocating such an hysterical position ij put in mind of the frightful book-burnings that marked the i and subsequent fall of one. Adolf Hitler, some twenty yean jg, i -hock then generally expressed by Americans at thi> kind of i intellectual control hardly seems to exist in our time Sen Joe*! introducing his bill to the Florida legislature, among other things,kf ed out at communist "brain washing techniqueI -uhmit thatl purpose of his bill is to achieve precisely the verj same er,d-iol wash the students of our state. • • • • IN THIS regard. Sen. Johns seems perfectl> willing to n the techniques of those he purports to hold in contempt The mail Starke would vigorously deny this. He would remark on his prohia against "favorable teaching or presentation" as a case in point I who will judge what shall be deemed favorable? I have a citizens' groups may play a major role here—in "affaire of state" wierd agglomerations of self-righteous personalitiewho from I time demonstrate impatience with the "incompetence" of den and who act on impulse rather than reason to make what appears I much-needed "popular" adjustment of the governing process. The Magruder textbook controversy in Miami about two yeinj is an example, and there is little reason to believe that the John] will operate with any greater finesse. Intent on repressing disi of communism in the schools, it must inevitably develop a where students without guidance will learn to respond to on an emotional rather than an intellectual basis. Thus may !jj visioned on a grand scale the identical vigilante atmosphere ill the Johns abomination passed through the Senate last week. I do not trust emotion. Man's struggle toward cultural Khk is a vivid history wherein are depicted his victories over unti emotion. Any move made in the direction of tethering intelk quiry must be regarded as a defeat in this constant struggle a legislator encourages the attenuation of man's educational r he should be held suspect; in order is an examination of the | that he is motivated by political ambition. Now, Sen Johns' appears to be relatively benign in character. He would merely I be back in the Governors' mansion two years from today. I hold no distaste for his inclination. I merely question his i The bitterest scene of his late defeat was right here in Dade Ce By his own admission Friday in Tallahassee, he was also hurts! suit of the failure of Florida's teachers to support him. "sever percent ... (of whom) opposed me in the last governors! Perhaps he has little reason to presume that Dade s vote JM enough to guarantee him victory in this area next time out. he has equally little reason to hope for a change in heart >m teachers. But by sponsoring his bill on communism, Se "^ J T! succeeded in galvanizing other sources of support which be count upon previously. PROOF OF these suppositions lies precisely in the' Sta* lator's denial of them. He told a United Press corrt s P onde Jl! n ^| it was untrue that his bill had been drawn to punish the Flowcation Association for refusing to unify the teacher vote into Johns orgy. In the face of this self-absolution from sin. he co "They didn't know what they did when they voted against roe. Jl the chosen people who crucified Christ. I feel like their eyai now." The tone of this comment reflects a diseased cru ^", 1 Simultaneously, it shows Sen. Johns to be one of the worsl in political history. There is more than threat here in tn* how people had best vote in 1986; there is virtual ins ruei* County did not know the extent of its ingratitude in failing ^ 1 him; therefore. Dade County, has more communists than any in Florida. Seventy-five percent of the teachers affirmed in GOT. Collins; therefore, they must be emasculated proiessio ^ The pattern of the next gubernatorial race K th" s "jj^l Dade County, Sen. Johns will emphasize the bill he sponsor^ with regard to hotel advertising aimed at "selected client %  also point to his achievement in "communist control ^ failing more aptly to call it teacher control—as a means ^ support precisely from those who employ thikm' 1 llooe tof"* Elsewhere. Sen. Johns will declare his opponent to '"' ; '^" da led WJ County communism and orate on the need to have r' star kel proper spokesmen I doubt seriously that the man iro ^, either political or historic intelligence. He could not ^^ fathered his bill; nor could he otherwise have alluded ^ and offensively to false myths about the crucifixion ^ 'the 1950 campaign during which former Sen I ,;u lc ^ iesso| talked his way through Florida should serve as an o Johns. ... A it c" n %  The scene is set. and the stakes are on the boara mU „ity to the Starke Senator that the decent residents of tni> fttf w been slurred; nor can it matter that teachers may *j*> fgl nw out honestly and to practice their profession ni n r ''; liir iti* ernor's mansion at Tallahassee ia now a thundering com i


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lewuA^EIondEkn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 29Number 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNF 3, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS nhower Asks Ten-Point Revision Of Refugee Relief Act || P SEEN AS REBUFF TO CAIRO iese Premier Arrives in Israel on State Visit -i U.EM (JTA>— Prime Minister U Nu of tived in Israel Tuesday for a one-week [h rapidly took on the character of a (oliday. The Burmese Premier, who was ed by his wife, is the most popular Asian because of his efforts to have Israel inLe Bandung conference and his attempts the anti-Israel resolution adopted at that |. Reports here that his proposed visit to een cancelled because he refused to bow pressure against his visit to Israel gave lei sense of immediacy to his long-time %  el's best friend in Asia. Nu. in a statement at Lydda airport upon expressed his thanks for the technical land Israel know-how given his country, len looking forward for some time to a \r beautiful country," he said. "I am very ;imong you today. I bring you the best Ihe people of Burma. We sincerely appreciate that the Israel Government has granted us its aid v/henever we requested it. I appreciate very much the great work done by Israel Minister David Hacohen in cementing the bonds of friendship between Burma and Israel." The airport ceremonies included greetings from Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, and the attendance of Cabinet members, the Speaker of the Knesset, members of the diplomatic corps and high Army officers. The Burmese leader was also greeted by Burmese officers now in training in Israel, and was accorded full military honors. The two Prime Ministers and their wives then travelled to this city together, where the Burmese party was installed at the King David hotel. Premier Sharett and his Burmese guest dined quietly there in Prime Minister U Nu's suite. The Asian leader made an official visit to Mr. Sharett's office, and to the office of President Itzhak Ben Zvi. and placed a wreath at Herat's tomb. EELS LACK OF 'UNASSAILABLE PROOF' f/er of Poison Gas to Nazis Acquitted by Court IH RT (JTA)—The prosecutor at tee Utal lard Peters, Nazi manufacturer of "Zyklon tide gas used to murder hundreds of [if Jews and others at the Auschwitz death *ked the court to acquit the unrepentant iiri Monday complied and Dr Peters walk Iree man. Peters will return to his post lent executive in a chemical plant Inal resulted in the reversal of six previfverdicts handed down by lower courts |h six different German courts have |rguilty of being a deliberate accessory ler ni at least 300,000 persons. Dr Halama ptor based his summation upon the "lack liable proof that vast quantities of crystals shipped to Auschwitz were \< •' in gassing the victims. He did not titute version of how the victims ima accepted the defense contention that (icer in charge of cyanide procurement. I eters that the poison was being used (beings not on vermin as officially listed. destroyed Peters' shipments or used ~mfectants. This contention was based .ledge that the S.S. officer. Lt. Col. Kurt fas known to have suffered qualms of conscience about what he was doing. Gerstcin committed suicide in 1945. Before committing suicide in a French jail, he handed to an American intelligence unit some of ..he documents that now play a role in the trial, notably bills of lading used in the shipment to Auschwitz of "Zyklon B" poison gas from Peters' firm. Documents dealing with the shipment of "Zyklon B" poison gas to Auschwitz and other destinations were deliberately burnt by a German engineer at the time of the Nazi collapse, a bookkeeper testified during the trial. Judge Werner Hummerich, in his summation. Said that it was impossible to believe that the defendant really thought the mass concentration camp executions were legal. But, the Judge contended, no "conclusive proof existed that the "Zyklon B" poison gas crystals furnished to the Auschwitz camp by Peters' "German Society for Vermin Extermination" were actually put to use in the gas chambers there. Possibly the crystals were used in some innocuous fashion by the S.S. officer in charge of potassium cyanide procurement, Lt Col. Gerstcin. the summation went on, despite the fact that the moving confession made by Gerstein in 1945 before he committed suicide did not even claim that he had ever sidetracked any of the regular shipments .:. Ceiler Hails Presidential Move But Criticizes Failure to Relieve Scott McCleod as Program Administrator WASHINGTON (JTA)—With a plea to the Congress that it reaffirm the "great tradition of sanctuary" in America, President Eisenhower this week urged that it adopt ten specific amendments to the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. He asked that action be taken during the present Congressional session. By enacting the changes he recommended, the President said, Congress "would permit effective administration of the Act by the executive branch of the Government and'* greatly aid the success of the program." The President's message reported that "during the last year and a half, substantial progress has been made in setting up the complex organization required to administer the technical requirements of the Act." But he went on to add that experience has demonstrated that administrative improvements are not enough. A number of the provisions of the Act, he asserted, require amendment if the Act's objectives are to be fully achieved. The suggested amendments include a proposal that unused quota numbers in various categories be made use of. possibly for orphans, Ion a world-wide basis; that defi, nitions of th terms "refugee," "resettlement." "escapee" and "expellee" be liberalized; that requirement of a passport be waived where it is deemed feasible; and that organizational sponsorship be accepted as sufficient. Reaction to the President's proposal was swift. Chairman Emanuel Ceiler of the House Judiciary Committee commended the recommendations, but criticized the President for failing to remove Scott Mcl.cod as administrator of the program. McLeod. he said, "had neither the mental equipment nor I the human sympathy" to entitk him to the wide discretionary powerin the administration ot the 1 program. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman said."the President has responded :to the public demand that the shame of the Refugee Relief Act be remedied." Sen. Arthur V. Watkins of I'tah predicted that the proposals would be adopted and expressed confidence that if they were the full number of refugees would be admitted before the expiration date. But Rep. Francis E. Walter of Pennsylvania, co-author of the McCarran-Walter Act. opposed the President's move and freely predicted its defeat. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman former adviser FOURTH EXECUTIVE Rabbi Friedman To Head United Jewish Appeal NEW YORK—Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, formerly of Milwaukee and Denver and one-time Assistant Adviser on Jewish Affairs to the Commanding General of U.S. Occupation Forces in Germany and Austria, assumed office Wednesday as new executive vice chairman of the National United Jewish Appeal. Rabbi Friedman, the UJA's fourth executive head in 17 years and at 37 the youngest to become administrator of this largest of the nation's voluntary philanthropies, will be installed Sunday. COMMITTEE VOICES 'CONCERN' Senate Committee Urges Refugee Resettlement as Solution for Arabs President of the United States Richard kon was principal apeaker at cereSunday dedicating the National for Jewish War Dead in Washington. I Nixon here presents a gold key io looks on* WASHINGTON (JTA)—A per manent solution of the Palestine Arab refugee problem "can only be found through rehabilitation and resettlement a report of the Senate Foreign Relal Committee'to the Senate declared this week. The Senate committee's report underscored "the committee has repeatedly expressed its deep concern over the lack of progress in this direction." The document declared that "the committee was therefore encouraged to learn that final negotiations are nearing completion for two large-scale resettlement projects. One of them will provide for 60,000'to 70.000 refugees in Sinai, at an estimated cost of $50,000,000. The other is theJordan River Valley tlevelopment project, which will benefit about 150.000 at an estimated cost of $90,000,000." Referring to development assistance for Israel, the committee said "although Israel has made significant economic progress and American assistance has been reduced, it is not yet feasible to terminate that assistance."



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PAGE 2 A Discussing the program arranged for their inrtriBntin c are the newly elected auxiliary president's of Temple Emanu-Q who will be seated in office at a joint installation dinner-dance Sunday evening. June 5, in the grand ballroom cf the Fontaineblecu hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Raphael Yunes. president ot the Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Irving Cypen. president of the Sisterhood, and Allen Goldberg, president of the P.T.A. Academy to Graduate 19 Fourth graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy will take place Wednesday evening. June 8. at the HibiMruAuditorium Consisting of It students, the class is the fir-t group of pupils to enroll seven years, ago when the Academy was founded. Rabbi Alexander S GROSS, principal, stated A cantata entitled "Our nnl Fruitur.ttet. by Alfred I man. instructor of social studio at the Academy, will be presented by the graduates. The Academy chorus, under 'he direction of Miriam Donnerstig. will provide the musical background for the cantata Greetings will be extended by b I Binder. Academy president. Mr> Irving Firtel. president of Hebrew Academy Women, and Miriam Solkoff. president of the P T A Graduates are Victor Arrak. James Dublin. Melvin C'iment. Harvey Fmkelstein. George Goldring. Helen Herz. Ira Imberman. Sandra Kau. Irving Kelemer. Peter .Klein. Nathaniel Lauer. Valerie Herbert Rubinstein. Melvin Safra. Sidney Shapiro. Robert Simon. Seymour Spotter. Irving Wolfe and Nathaniel Zemel. FRIDAY. Hi*,, Mrs. ffeich Will Head Gables Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis terhood has elected Mrs Alfred Reich as president for 1955-56. Other officers recently named —_ — Snu ff DotKt Saturday Tropical Chapter 678. B'nai i B'rith Women, are holding a barj becue. and square dance on Saturj day evening. June 4. at the home of Mrs. Moe Steinberg. 1320 Cleveland rd., Biscayne Point. Confer Sisterhood include t h < %  \|,. srtam Fmk. Sol Halp.rtE** and Max Mc-er v, ce n ? ^1 Samuel BI.Kh. rcordi ne P l'H BTn-Pk... crres^Cr The Mesdame. William assistant corr...p„ n(1 j ng ^ Henry Levy, financial s^ Sam Goodman, treasurer; He Fisher, historian and Philip" erling. parliamentarian K\TiOROWITZEII Chapter Names Officers I R Goodman Group of Hadas sah have elected their officertor the nuotal "ear They include: :dium. Mrs Irving Born-te:r. Miss Fr — e ei Lebon and Mist Don • Q Parker; vice presidents, Evelyn Broun and MrO-iu bel: treasurer, MrWilliam Kelly: financial secretary. Miss Molly KaH Recording secrct.iry. MisLillian II. corresponding secretar>. MrBOM B Goldner. nprc-entative to chapter. Mr1 Cook par liamentarian. MivMargaret Marx CHICKEN SOUP ^jrgg^lU \ Hw.rfcl, soti 1Y THE BAKERS OF OVE thitkn With Matzok Kreplach %  H-i* Rice ni$r* IN IUNSAUEPI Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phont Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ SWARMING? CALL S NCf Trophy for first place in the Miami Beach District Boy Scout field meet is accepted by Tenderfoot Scout Daniel Greenhill. 660 83rd St., on behalf of his group. Troop 321. which tied with Miami Beach Troop 81 for the award. Making the presentation is Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad (right.', whose community donated the trophies and ribbons for the meet. Looking on is Explorer Scout Lawrence Weiner (second from left) and Troop 321 Scoutmaster Robert Weinstein. The award was made at the Beach District's Court of Honor meeting. WORLD'S *sr LARGEST Call 2-1776 Mtmbtr of fit*! frith -^£&4?*&&i CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE MED EDCOtt* Colored Day Workers So Fart Hioh School Girli as Mother's Helpers %', A Fare Weekly Domestic Maids. Hotel Maids. Kitchen Men. Hotel Porters Ace Employment Service PHONE 9 3*07 CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND jW** IrW OH II IK I Diifincfire Traditional Furnishings Lamps — Carpeting — Accessories Custom Made Draperies and Furniture We will gladly answer My el yoar aecerofinf ar#alessr& Contulrinx Decorator N.itth Miami. FlonJa A AHMII OutH 841 NE I2M Street Telephone PL V-0248 S. .1. Freednian mat M. Il k |ihun NEItEW ROOK STORE 417 Wash in, ton in. Mio-i leach Between f earth mmd Fifth Sl%. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUP PLIES far Syt|as and Private Use Abe for Hebrew School. O'nDO TD1D Telephone JE 1-9017 ISRAEL CERTIFICATES 1 (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Prescription Specialists 3S0 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance on Washington Aventtt Phone JE I 7425 1329 RISCAVNE ROULEVAR0 Acioss from Sean Era* Parking in Rear Phone R2-2091 OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLER CONTACT LENSES MIAMI BEACH A., CeMfiiieaMl The most valuable possession or Riverside ia^tte good .will of the families we"serve. I I I MEMORIAL CHAPEL." JLV' FUNIIAI'DIIICTOU Proa Parking TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami r Miami Beach,, West Flagler & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Ave, ^ Phone 9-2664 Phone JE 1-7777 JE %  S4.NOUR v AMRULANCB~SERVlCE J tnwAa TTNIWMAN, Funeral Director^_ /*•* '*"*?•' IN NIW VOCK : 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. ^*N _. %  n i vr s i de •aOOKLVN BUONX LONO l.AND



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JAY. JUNE 3, 1955 L Herman Again Ids '52' Association jjss Emily Herman will head |"52" Association for the com[year. This is her second conItjvf term as president. L and other officers will be lllcd by Eve Tellegen at a heon Sunday to be given at the Beef & Bird, Miami Beach. Serving with Miss Herman will be Sylvia Hirschfield, Esther Mar shall, Betty Levine, vice presidents; Nettie Lane, corresponding secretary; Frances Friedland, recording secretary; Rita Stark, financial secretary; Jesse Marcus, treasurer. • 'Jewlst)rhrMi^r Young Married Couples Plan l'iitio dance will be the first social event for the newly organized Young Married Couples group of Temple Emanu-EI Saturday evening, June 4, in the home of the advisors to the group, Mr and Mrs. Ira Walsey, 4245 Alton rd. Committee chairmen are presiding. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haven; PAGE 5 A Social Event treasury, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yedlin; secretaries, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katzen; arrangements, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ager; program, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Berkell and Mr .and Mrs. Lawrence Niditch: and invitations, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gertner. JWV Auxiliary to Meet Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliar. ,of the .Ie,,wi>li War Veterans will meet Wednesday evening, June 8 at the Republican Club. Fina. : plans for a rummage sale slated ; June 10 at Stevens Market will be made at that time. Also to be dis cussed is the post's annual donor dinner Sunday evening, June 12, at %  I 'KITCHEN *i AU N DRY /BATHROOM m FOR MEAT AND \A? DAIRY DISHES ^V* Yet, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. $AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast...' thanks to "FOAMING ACTION"/ It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I $ FAB FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps.



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PAGE 12 B + %  lfmi<* flcrktton NE WS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITEO STATES Swrgeon General Leonard Scha*: is planning to go to Mexico City ..head of the I S delegation to the World Health Organization As sembly, where he it expected to make *n important ttatement on the Salic vaccine. The UN health bodv. now n • pitaL heard .i statement Iron: Or Felix li I Cuba, HI ssembly t>> issue %  statement M the merit! %  -itil me Meanwhile. .1* the tvntr i-me continueDr. Jonas Salk himself declared in Pittsburgh that cases of polio after injection of the anti-polio vaccine were "clearly incidental." Thu*. with the-e words, he mm inn zed the big (u^ made over the tests. A 75-foot flagpole. n>ir.^' from an iffflHrU (rtBltC base on whuh is mounted a bronze plaque. \presented t. the City o( York b> Gen Averell Harrman in commemoration of the 3tX)th anni \erN.ir>of Jewi-h settlement in the I S Jutting into the sky in full view of the Statue of Liberty at New York's historic Battery Park, the new shrine of Liberty w.i unveiled by Supreme Court Jii-ticc Edgar J Nathan. Jr uiant of '. • of the first -.'tilerin He* Vr.-terdam The plaque reads: "Erected D] the State of Now York i:: honor of the member* of the tuer,:. three me* men and children who landed in September 1854 and founded the iir-i Jewish community in North Amei The nine-month celebration of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in America, launched la-l September, came to a close on Junt 1. with a public aembly held %  ) .< Mall in New Vi Adlai E Ste\< T \ • bassi ktr Ahha Khan and Sen Herbert H l.eh man appeared amain >peakerThe 66th annual convention of the Central Conference of Reform Rabbis open* June 20 in A.-bur> 1'ark N.I Pr. Barnett K Bnekner. the Conference preMdent announce'! week. Moses I. Feuerstein, national president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, h.. made public a statement in which he de. h %  tews throughout America have taken -pecial pride William B. Herlends to be Federal Judge for the Southern District t Men \ rt Mr Herlcnd* ihonorary pra \ Seven new congregations have been admitted to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Reforn %  The Conference of Jewish Claims Against Germany has revealed that more than $225,900 has been allocated for relief, rehabilitation educational and cultural programs for the \ Riding seven Latin-American The American Association for Jewish Education, i I an i xtraordtnarj All I rt Sunday, called for %  al roll call .h citi/enfa led personal • nhanrement Jewish re! JoMch A Sapowitch, I Buffalo w.,Meir Sherman • .investors in Israeli la total M 8.000 ir. %  nd Daymen) I earnings durin the ; The executive committee of the American Technion Sacie'> IHCe Of %  rtami Prof. Albert Einstein B nai B'rith I ,,ne mil refugees who I ed into S i nnuwist Viet N Is the New York Herald Tribune Going Right?" •as the tit n the New > rfc Post last week v be in the mal I the Tri! I Irwin the article in which he charged ll jtresident and replaced 29 year-old Ogden. known as a Republican right winger and a pro-McCarthyite. The Big Four talks at the summif :nend> of Eisenhower ir.di he meet.: The New York Times That rect % %  -ted mark a tide In the turn of history the dawn of a new hope for peace Sp< N act week Attorney General Jacob K Javits asked that Congress and State Legislators speed up the anti-discriminat:on legislation, in the fields of housing and employment. The UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO n east statement at •-. %  I \ revea the DM Baths' WA is -pending M225i> rear alone on aid to • -ah refugeeir. Syria l^banon Ian and the Gaza The American Legion and the Roman Catholic Church have -upp. rted a Bill to give public -chool children •.;me off for reli gaw i -traction in the Slate of Wigonn-in Pri>ta9Un: churches and the have exprev**) %  >; | — the Bill ISRAEL The latest two-hour Israel-Egyptian battle on the Gaxa strip, in which mortar-, and artillery were u-ed on both side* has had ser repercussion-, at the IN A r.jrrber of delegate* are demanding that the Security Council take a more defin. .nd go to the root of the matter by calling upon Egypt to eaaa* itprovocative act.through :he mining of roads I-rael: -pokesmen here declare that the Secur icil's recent failure to condemn Egypt | :arther ag| Israeli government loaders and professor^ the Hebrew I ni\er-.ity held a -pecial memorial meeting in .': week ir. honor of Prof Albert Ein-teir, A group of 52 U.S. military officials and five State Department exports have arrived in Jordan for a three-day \. take part ir. the annual field tour planned by Ukt Jordan.an War College Across the border. Israelis art wondering what the State Department is up to now. Egypt's military dictator. Premier Nasser. ,--ued a statement .r. which he made it plain the Nih country is not vet read | democratic rule He the restoration of pirty freedom would encourage foreign agent-, to In Syria another attempt at a military coup was foiled by the arrest of Col. Mohammed Safa %  impn-onment PEOPLE Jacob K. Javits, -peaking at a I JA dim 'ged that the IS enter into a mutual -defen-e agreerr.. | Such a treaty, he said, would BUM notice on Ihe v tr Eat that I-rael • and irecognised to have an effective role to play in the development of the free world Dr. Manuel Neumann i*.ued a -imilar plea during the recent National ZOA committee meeti the Waldorf-Astoria hotel Mrs. Frankhn O. Rooaovett, speak • %  • Hunter College students, urged that the DM persuade the Arab to sit and mediate w:th I-rael She also expressed the view thai "a neutral patrol along the border would tend to eliminate much ; of the killing and friction So far Israel has not yet replied to Mai. Gen. Burns' proposals for joint patrols Whether 1-rael i> willing to accept "neutral patrols" is problematical Dr. Jonah E. Safe's office at the I'mver-itv of Michigan h being flooded with gifts and congra-.j latorv messages, 1 IRIDAY. HJNJ; Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen, present to Rabbi Leon Kroniah a specially-inscribed scrap book at the annual installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom in the Fontainebleau hotel. Cohen qave the book to his wife on the occasion of her 72nd birthday on that day, and Mre. Cohen presented i: :o the Temple in the name of the Young-At-Heart of Beth Sholom. of which she is chairman. The book will be used for keeping historical items about the Temple. 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PAGE 6 A Candlelight Rites For Patricia Godelph A candlelight ceremony united Patricia Jane Godelph and Sander W. Salkind at the Empress hotel Sunday at 5 p.m. Dr. Joseph Narot efficiated. A buffet dinner followed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Godelph. 6811 Corsica st.. Coral Gables. Her dress was of white chantilly lace over ice blue. The skirt extended into a chapel length train. She carried a bouquet of white orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Merton Zitin. Philadelphia, the bride's sister, mi her matron of honor wearing blush pink chiffon. The three bridesmaids. Patsy Karp. Wayne LaPoff and Herma Pergament wore blue taffeta. Little Jo Ann Zitin. the flower girl, was dressed in pink organdy. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman W. Salkind, Evanston, 111., chose his father as best man. Ushers were Merton Zitin. Michael Bain. Donald Levine and Herbert Bernstein. Peter Salkind. brother cf the bridegroom, was junior usher. After a honeymoon in Las Vc| 18, the couple will live in Chicago. • km*i*t>nr>rkM9r7 Miss Gerstenfeld Weds Mr. Bozanic Miss Maxine Iris Gerstenfeld became the bride of a University of Miami engineering student Satday. She exchanged wedding vows with John Joseph Bozanic in a c'ouble-ring ceremony at the home of Rabbi Morris A. Skop. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, 842 Sevilla ave.. Coral Gables Mr. Boianic is the son of the late Mr and Mrs. John Bozanic. of Worcester, N. Y. Father of the bride gave her in marriage. She wore a chantilly lace and tulle gown which extend ed into a cathedral train. Her fourtiered veil fell from a cap of tulle jmd seed pearls and she carried white orchids on a white Bible. Miss Roslyn H. Fox. the bride's college roommate, was maid of honor in gray chiffon over pink taffeta. She carried pink carnations. Joyce Ivy Gerstenfeld was her Mster's flower girl. She wore pink organdy. Patrick J. Malone was best man. A dinner at the Colony ii -iaiirani followed the wedding. The bride attended the University of Florida and the University of Miami. She is an advisor to Delta Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls Mr Bozanic attended Worcester fchools and is an Air Force veteran. At the UM he is president of Sigma Valiant Duncans, veterans' sthletic fraternity. New address of the couple will be 4290 SW Second ter. Miss Lipsitz Picks White Satin Gown For Sunday Rites Colony restaurant was the scene of a marriage of Joan Fay Upsitl •laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lipntz. 608 SW 26th rd.. Miami, and Dr. Stanley J. Ruzow. son of Dr. j.nd Mrs. Joseph Ruzow. Dayton. O. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan performed the 4:30 p.m. ceremony Sunday. Dr. Joseph Ruzow. father of the j room, acted as hibest man. Matron of honor was Mrs. Samuel 1 ishkind, of Hollis. L.I., sister of Ihe bride. Andrea Fishkind. Mice of the bride, was her junior bridesmaid. The bride wore a traditional white satin bridal gown with long Meeve-to-wrist point, illusion neck line with clusters of seed pearls on the bodice and a very full bouflant skirt extending in a cathedral train. Her three-ticrred French illusion fingertip veil was attached to a headpiece of lace and pearls. J-he carried a bouquet of white orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Mrs. Ruzow attended Walsh School of Business Science. Dr. Ruzow graduated from the College of Medicine of Ohio State University, where he belonged to Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity and Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity. He has been a resident physician at Jackson Memorial Hospital and now practices in Hialeah. He served with the Navy. Mrs. Sander W. Salkind Mr*. Mm J. teiamc Mr*. Charles *. Miss fanet Mesinger Mist Rosalind YtUeles Reception Reveals Janowitz Troth Reception Sunday at the Shelbornc hotel, Miami Beach, honored Miss Eleanor Janowitz and her fiance Howard M. Sonn. Mr and Mrs. Michael Janowitz, 2126 SW 16th st.. announced their daughter's engagement. Mr. Sonn is the son of Mrs. Fay Sonn. 3*90 SW 9th ter. The couple has set Oct. 16 for their wedding date. Miss Janowitz graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Florida. Mr. Sonn attended Providence. R. I., schools and the University of Miami. Meimwiu. x a(h Exchange Y 0Vvs Miss Belle K ;ich | M Charles Harold Na^*" 0 ** %  riedat 8:11., ,M„ *"< 3 wedding trip ,o ,&: live in Idea. N Y !" u ""n 31 Rabb. Max Shapiro maj ice in the home of the hi**' Miss Pauline Soloi^£ %  21st ter. A reception W fi, ceremony. ww **l The bride i, daughter „. and Mrs. William iSLJ SW 19th, st. She w„re a ^ blush silk illusion with CV ice, cap sleeve, and match !" mitts. Her hi,,.., illusion he K ,d ,0 Vf C P She carLI white orchid on a Bible. Richard Meirowitz, the brother, was best man. Miss Estelle Kleishroaa, whoi troduced the couple n honor. She wore white „_ over blue taffeia and carrie?! low roses. The bridegroom is ion 0 | il and Mrs. Max Nathan, Utltt Edelman. (ioldben Married May 1!) Mr. and Mrs Sam Edelman East DiLido dr. announce the i riage of their daughter. Chart to Maury Goldberg, son o( Mn i Mrs. William Goldberg Wr Pa. The rites were held May U l Temple Emanu-KI. with Rabbi| ing Lehrman officiating, Maid of honor was the sister, Marcia Her brother,! Miss lleanor Janowiti Richard Allen Pallot Is Her Fiance Mr. and Mrs. Richard L Stanly. of Jacksonville, announce the engagement of their niece. Miss Rosalind Brown Wedeles. Rosalind is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Wedeles. of Quincv. Fla. Her fiance, Richard Allen Pallot. is the son of Mrs. Julia Pallot. 351 Alhambra cir. Coral Gables, and the late Moses Pallot. Miss Wedeles will receive her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida in June. She was recently selected for the Hall of Fame, is a member of Trianon, women's honorary leadership, scholarship, and service fraternity, and has served as president of the Women's Student Association, Panhellenic Council and Alph EpliiOD Phi social sorority. Mr. Pallot is a senior at the University of Florida law school. He is a member of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity and Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity He served U an artillery officer with the Army in Korea and upon graduation from law ach >ol In February will enter the law firm -if Pallot. Silver and Mulloy, in Miami. The wedding will take place bo the home of Mr and Mrs Stanly. Mcsinger, Soifer .Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mesinger. of New Orleans, announce the engagement of their daughter. Fanet. to Mr. Frederick Kenneth Soifer. Mr Soifer is the son of Mr. and Mrs John W Soifer. 10270 East Bay Harbor dr., Miami Beach. Miss Mesinger is at present attending the University of Alabama, where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. Soifer is a student at Alabama Polytechnic Institute School of Veterinary Medicine, at Auburn. Ala. He is affiliated with Omega Tau Sigma, professional veterinarian fraternity and a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity. A late summer wedding is planned. Fete New Members June G will be the first of many parties to be given by (oral Gables B'nai B'rith Women l<>r prospective new members A swim luncheon will be held at the home of Mrs. Allen Benjamin, 5125 Donatello ave Acting as 00 hostesses will be Mrs. Harry Contorer, Mrs Jack Bernstein. Mrs Ben Kaplan and Mrs. Hy Lesnick. In charge of reservations are Mrs Louis Heines, Mrs. Sydney Efronson and Mrs. Ben Morgan stern. Mr*. Maury CiUktrt ney, was best nun She was | in marriage by her lather Newlywed Mr< ioldben dressecj in a pink organza |o**l ( accented with babj pink orchil She will graduate from VajSJ %  B each Senior High School month Reception followed the 'rites at the Saxon; hotel Ajjlj | those present were the wjj grandmother. MrAnna H*i man, and her fnen I Mr W"j bol.-ky. both of Uhii.idelphia Currently living at tin Ms. Miami Beach, the ouple shortly leave for 'heir pern* residence in Phila-lelph" at %  Presidential apartment* 3 groom is associated wits %  in the aviation supply bu>i"** Ardmore Mr*. Stanley J. Kutaw •Cr -to -b Mrs Anna R. Berow, of 260 Euclid ave Miami Beach, ia leaving for four months and will va cation in Hot Springs, Ark., Detroit and New York. Miss Jacqueline Kline Kline, Kott Reveal New York .Inly Rites Wedding July 31 in the WaldorfAstoria. New York, will unite in marriage Miss Jacqueline Kline and Irwin E. Kott The prospective bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jay Kline. Scarsdale. NY. A former University of Miami student, she was graduated from SkudderColl vet Finishing School in New York. Mr. Kott, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Louis C. Kott. 4475 Alton rd.. Mi ami Beach, is an alumnus of the I University of Miami law school I He now is a partner in the firm of Myers, Heiman and Kaplan. Steins Honor Son. Fiancee at Party Mr. and Mrs Max Stein" ly celebrated at an open no* I engagement of their ^"£1 to Miss Judy Bonnet! iJ home is at 1270 SW ** Miss Bonnet t is Ihe dJJ Mr. and Mrs Harry Bong Washington. DC She attend" University of Miami The Aug. H weddinl! •' place in Washington, u^ Mr. d Mrs. L^jff^ 2000 Liberty ave, Mia* are leaving for %  *" home in Michigan City. ^ will return here m tin* High Holidays



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IDAY. JUNE 3. 1955 ,||ot Will Head ir Association itizenship Group ; Albert Pallot has been named irman of a 50-man citizenship hmiltee <>f the Florida Bar Assotnn I>y Donald K. Carroll, JackLMIIC. Florida Bar Association Mdent t) n his committee are Federal ges I"hn \V. Holland. Miami, linn J. Barker, Tampa, and L-.ii SimMOn, .Jacksonville, with hiiii U.S. District Attorney from |npa, Herbert S. Phillips. acuity members of the commit,,,c Herbert A. Kuvin and ,,l \ Wright, a.lvisors to the DOI of Law, University of Miand Dean SlaglS, law advisor |ihr University of Florida. [he 10 Greater Miami attorneys bed to the committee are Prank Inland, Samuel Konefsky. Rafael Rivera-Crux, David W. Walters, On Kylle Williams. Coral Ga, Hubert V. Shea and Miami Bch members Charles Gertler, rriiaii Graysoo, Seymour B. Lieband Joseph W. Malek. rice chairman of the citizenship Hup is Bradford Smith, Tallahasa professor at Florida State bversity. pallot is also citizenship chair m for Hie Harvey W. Seeds Post the American Legion and is irkinu his third year in that ap liniment. Highpoint of their ac£. Albtrt Pallet ii\;iy is the nation wide "Citizen(ship Day" on Sept. 17. which the SeedI-,,.conuni morate! with a public parade a n d county-wide ceremonies. His 50-man Bar Association group will launch a three-pointed essay contest in the school.-. Pallot said. (f u Jewish a4kgency Listed Fund Groups NEW YORK The Jewish Agencys committee on control and authorization of campaigns, which coordinates fund raising for Israel in this country, last week published its sixth annual list of organizations authorized to eondun campaigns for the benefit of Israel in 1955. The committee has been set up under the auspices of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and includes representatives of the brael consulate. United Jewish Appeal. Council of Jewish Federations and Funds and United I Vppeal. Th followii itions received their auth rican Committe for the In titute i : S< Ine., An • ii m p*i nd oi ll i und for Israel Institu Red Mogi n Dovid for Israel, Inc. (membership campaign only), American Technioh Societ) i d erated Council of Israel I titu lion-, in.. Hadasaah, the Worn en's Zionist Organization of America, Inc., Jewish National Fund (traditional collections onlj i, Mizrachi Women's Organization ,of America. National Committee for Labor Israel (Ilistadrut Campaign i. Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America. Inc. and Women's League for Israel. Inc. (New York area'. PAGE 7 B Rabbi to Speak Rabbi Arie Becker, spiritual lead er oi the Downtown Synagogue, will speak over station WGBS Sun day morning, June 5, at 9:15 a.m.. on the Rabbinical Hour sponsored by the Rabbinical Association ol Greater Miami. His subject will b? "Centrality of the Synagogue in Jewish Life." ^ubmaster Gerald Schwartz presents Mrs. Samuel Shapiro vith a citation for her "outstanding efiorts as chief den mother" Df Pack No. 65 at the pack's annual dinner held in TempleEmanu-El. Mr. Shapiro (left), institutional representative for She sponsoring Men's Club of the Temple, and Rabbi Irving lehrman, who was the principal speaker, look on with apIproval. Schwartz, a member of the Men's Club board of [directors, supervised the activities of the pack ior 1954-55. Afou.ii Scopus Installs Mrs. Rubin President Mrs. Louis Rubin was installed pre-ident of Mount Scopus Group of Hadas ah at noon ceremonies in the Colony restaurant Monday. Mrs. A. A. Pekelner, installing officer, n.i ned these other women to office: The Mesdame^ William Hechler, Herman Mintzer and Meivin Smith, vice presidents; Harry Bison, treasurer; Louis Auerbach, financial secretary; David Marmer, recording secretary; J. H. 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•AY, JUNE 3. 1955 irida Delegation Fends Confab Education %  ;:.ANTIC CITY. N.J.—A call Lwish educators to play an im\_ u role in the molding of rican Jewish life in the fuvas Issued by the 29th annual i-.rence of the National Counr Jewish Education, meeting e Breakers hotel here. ntral theme of ehe conference Jewish Education oa the f-hold of the Fourth Century Jewish Life in America." Offii nd members of the American dation for Jewish Education f the National Hebrew Tcachfederation participated in the >: rence. Three hundred memand guests of the National ircil. which comprises leading \ h educators of all trends and i gies in Jewish life, attended inference. lorJda Delegation was led [Louis Schwartzman, executive Ctor "f the Bureau of Jewish u tion of Miami. President of lureau of Jewish Education, f Hathilda Ratncr, participated [ nference sessions, as did JoDuntov. vice president of the %  u ol Jewish Education and a ber of the executive committ (,!eater Miami Jewish Fed It n. n was the principal laker at the session devoted to • problems facing the Bureau HI i he acute sbortaj i and supervisory per I in Jewish schools, the \-~oiation for Jewish lion, the lay body, meeting the National Council, was tended for convening a naM I conference in the fall to dei this urgent problem, the tion [ which is vital to the and efficiency of the Jewbchool, ^Jenlstincridlfan Earner is Seen Top Leader '55 Campaign Continued from Page) 1 B %  %  % %  Carntr has been responsi! for the augmenting of the Win idents Division into a solid kl' unified campaign body, and 0could not have been accomIsbed without the concentration U edicatioo given to the task by peer, lleiman explained. (Active for more than 35 years in New York area in the construcliuMiiess. Carner is well Y it m his home city of Rye. as founder, first president and I of the Community SynaJgue in that city and was recently • d honorary life president of in-iitution. [Prior to his widespread philanfr< pic activity in the Miami area, arner was active in the United kwish Appeal and the New York federation fund drives, where he eld major positions in their uilding Division. He Was also acve in the fund campaign for the (nited Hospital in New York City, (eidents of Rye have named an npirtant thoroughfare in that P*y 'Carner blvd." in his honor. C*rner is a member of B'nai I'rith, Masonic Lodge, Anti-Dekmation League and numerous pee and professional associations, j When the Federation Campaign inet meets in early fall the Ntmunity can be sure Jack Carer, as a newly elected trustee, 'ill be on hand to lend dynamic eldership to the 1$56 Combined "tfah Appeal. This winter resist takes his community responiil.tieseriously. Torah and Sisterhood was the theme of the installation ceremony of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood, with Mrs. Fred Jonas taking office as president for her second term. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader, was installing officer. flagler Women Presented In Skit This Week Women's Croup or the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center presented some of the most active women ol the organization in a short skit la-t week Appearing were the Mesdames Leonard Goldman. Meyer Brilliant, Martin Hirsch. Edward Peyser, Lawrence Travers. Ily (.'overman, Harold Green. Samuel Hollander, Bernard Lash. Lawrence Travel-. Harry Dansky. J. Freed. Charles Adelman, Alfred Lewis. Herbert Green, Samuel Kudwitt. Michael Shaw and Herman Feldman. Chairman was Mrs. Rav Berrin. To Attend Unveiling Abraham Werman. of 3555 Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach, will attend the unveiling of a monument to the memory of his wife. Fanny, who died last year. Unveiling ceremonies will take place in Brooklyn, N.Y.. June 6. Emanu-EI Plans Joint Installation Sunday Evening Newly elected offloers and directors of the Sisterhood, Men's lub and Parent Teacher Association of Temple Emanu-EI will be installed at a joint dinner-dance ; Sunday evening, June 5. in the grand ballroom of the Fontainci blcau hotel. i "This will be the first time in the history of the Temple that the three annual installations will be combined into one gala event." stated Mrs. George Goldberg, general arrangements chairman. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, will install Mrs. Irving Cypcn as president of the Sisterhood, Allen Goldberg as president of the Men's Club and Mrs. Raphael Yunes as president of the Parent-Teacher Association, along with their respective officers and directors. Both Mrs. Cypen and Goldberg have been reelected into office while Mrs. Yunes will succeed Mrs. Benjamin Greene. Mayor Harold Shapiro, chairman Of the evening, will greet the expected capacity crowd. The program will include an original satire presented by the Men's Club. The play was written by Dr. Herman | Mechlowitz, Joel Newman and Sidjney Teller, with Dr. Mechlowitz directing. Members of the cast are Saul Genet, Ben Greene, Raymond Peiner, David Klinger, Dr Mechlowitz, Joel Newman, Louis Pollack, | Michael Salmon. Sam D. Shapiro I and Raphael Yunes. Heading the various committees are program. Mrs. Jules Channing, Mrs. Joseph Kantcr. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and Sidney Teller; general ticket chairman. Mrs. Joseph Abelow assisted by David Klinger, of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Sidney Teller, of the P.T.A.; program booklet, Mrs. Louis Pollack; hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Channing assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Allen PAGE 9B Lorber Chapter Holds Hawaiian Night Sunday Lorber Chapter, Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children, held an Hawaiian night at the Surfcomber hotel on Sunday evening. Tropic attire and festive flowers set the mood, and dinner was composed of exotic Hawaiian foods. TV star Pualani and her Kanes and Wahines were featured. In charge of information were Mrs. Morton Stubins and Mrs. Harry Cygielman. Chairman for the Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. David Klinger, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Koretzky, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Ed Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Yunes. Listen, to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMEM, 11:30 a.m. to 2 P.m. This program is the first and has the largest listening audience SPECIAL WEEKLY FEATURE COUNCILMAN Harold Turk COMMENTATOR ^W/^ OUND'S TOOTH! \ fwim Dance Saturday Fi-mingo Chapter of the Na1 I hildren's Cardiac Hospital VUI hold a swim dance on SaturP a y evening, June 4, at the Bom hotel. An Electric Woter Heoter is clean and cooL.but "hot stuff" at heating water! 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T'm'row| tiuldlng Light Winky Dinky i I P.arker Bill AFTERNOON I Valiant Lady I love of Life I Search T'mor*W I Guiding Light I've Got News 2 O'clock High | Living Faith I Love of Life I I Road of Life Welcome Traveler I I Komic Korner I Welcome TraT. %  I Dluv Dean I Noon Edition 12:00 12:15: 12:30' 12:451 1:001 Brunch With Judy Baseball Game I Big Picture 1:151 I I 1:301 Art Llnkletter | CM Review 1:45 Art Llnkletter Induotry Parado I Menu Mafic Houseparty z:0U 2:161 2:30' 2:451 Big Payoff Jack Cobb Baseball Game Top Might I Big Payoff I Take a Trip | Bob Crosby 3:00 8:151 3:30 3:46: Jackie's Houo Valiant Lady Secret Storm Baaoball Game Dollar a Sec. Disneyland I 4:00; 4:161 4:301 4:46! Alec Gibson I To He Ann'ced I Life W. Father I Jackie's Houso I Prenkness Tou Arc There I Alec Gibson I 6:00 6:151 5:30 5:46' Glenn & Mickey Superman Shopper's Ouldo Willy Capt. Gallant The Lucy Show Glenn ft Mickoy H. CaaaMy Constitution News Picture EVENING 6:00 Political 6:101 Weatherman 6:151 Jack of All Sports 6:30 Doug. Edward! 6:45' Renlck Reporting Lone Ranger I Studio 57 Jack of SportO Private Sec. News I Renlck Reports 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 6:16 8:30 8*5 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 Mama Big Playback Let's Go 1'ishing Jackie Gleason Toast of Towi I'l.O house of Stars Our Miss Brooks Two for Money Pav. Husband The Line Up Person to Person Profea. Father Bandstand Ronald Reagan TV Theatre I Love Lucy Favorite Story Adventure What's M. Line Studio Ona 10:00 Porry Como 10:15' Night Story 10:30 Masnueradc Party Eddie Cantor I Led S Lives Sunday News It.-u. Perform. Call the Play I Perry Como I Hollywood Captured 11:00' 11:151 11:30 11:46 : Newa. Weather Topper Sign Off Runyon Theat. I Big Town To be Ann'ced Sign Off 19:001 12:151 Mid. Theatre I Sign Off I Br"ch W. Judy I On T. Accoual I Secret Storm Shopper s Guide I'o I le Ann'ced Jack of Sporto Doug. Edwards Renlck Report! 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•AGE 4 B HETH mm — wjftfferiaftr Church and State faw in 1 ashington %  N—The recent dectsaoe to mitiate a aim dmommairail prayer room for worshi : :gremmen ku reopened the owestaon of • a of chorea and sta-e The nearer room, located in the Capatol to deseed for private meditataoe and prayer I? employs ao 13-ialiU which might he etmsxsve M any religious group The central saaafT. prnrate room is a parting a kneeling George W as hin gto n a aaifymg figure with whom all Am_ leutifj Inscribed are words -Presene me. O GodThee do I pot avj trust"" Two other mednllxm* oa the -mdow are take. for the Great Seal of the Uiata Skanes. Bched oa •he* iniiblhia are -Aaaaat CoeaQs" Go d has favored onr Undertaking* and "Novas Orue SectorA oew order of the ages bore At top of the window are the word* of Lanenm. -Thas Nation leCongress aad aa. :he innovation of the prayer rooai as ajmlifcc < Amer.ca derotaon to freedoai of worses* and at a recognition of the ip t ntnal foundations oa what* or 11 mean at t buub. Other groans refer to .-.— -•_. van* ca traaa MM hat faad a ai -etweew charrh aad tae at at? pom* a pemahte • %  r*..£ %  :e.*r. a the desarabahty Oa the other taaaal rn^ nnj ahjmal tl >. ^aant| Vic p rovided the rationale for that "aiaaost Uaa ow to do what's necessary, he had said. It war.*i: -. descnplinT! They reached a battle-torn Jerusalem in v-m h aU tail there must he sonar place where we can li\e .peace.' \> tail aamnt it personally. it was all his desire ar' hi. lahtatf hght for statehood, the mara u ding Arabs the duties to tat 1 which ihcH e r e d him. these didnt interest htm. H had totthal saaapty to stay alive that a different loyalty am inrnanaaai • • • • THEIR BEST fneeds in Jerusalem were Br.t ilthoatfcvj aonaniathe Haganah Safety lay in belonging to b: u at the Telephone Company. Vic was able I Setting phones for their secret m -Jmnj peace. Then Vic made a mistake he was afraid to take off the -•. ml 1 tell the Pt****> that be hadn't. TV naa scatty marked, was found later on a captured Arab tkey hai mnm. the cu> because of it Vic was tried a, 1 --.d ibothj dead before Deborah had even been notified The cai ,11—! synonynaons with Israels created tr Deborah fought to clear their name. r .nd tan* amght walk proodlv ui the streets of Israel, e-r ** ?^a •hole entire world But she wa* also fights. bee herself ^r.d the type of thinking he personified, the Diaspora of internationalism, of getting along m the anteemg mdmcmal security at the price of collec-. t safety Not antil VKI crime had been shown for wbr. wiitte of a man aaiiam to be accented by everyor*bhe m Borne he expiated Not until then could she :' --:• rejttt tat Bodns vfeenda. ror brae! has pat an end to tt. : laaaM to pie The kind of thmkiag which kept Jewry aim or tm vears. even as Vic had kept Deborah alive to reaei • !" place there, for Israel pves a secanty and bel^ nowhere found Not even America—rich, easy knew, could offer that. Yeats saad. "All art must necessarily be sjmb 0th ^2| mere story telling or portraiture Thm book 1 : ^^orjR !" h excellent portraiture But Mr Viertel is an ar.>* %  i \ one Amtne to %  ien ptav \RTH9H hf offare hoy Here Gerald he ade *md Here %  1 dottar you've nmt The United Nations and Calendar Reform] 'That t easy Celler Seeks to Put End To Wire-Tapping Addict W.V5H3NGTON—Chmrman to take UNITED NATIONS—tt was only a deft move oa the par. of the anmaa delegate which prevented the of the World Calendar Reform from being to the waste paper basket here As it is. us been merely p o rtp on e d. pat off year However there is lattle or no chance scheme, which was so strongly op p ose d by Jews throu gh o u t the world, will ever be from the reataes received from so far As only 3* naiitnminli had ans w ered by the here Arthur LalL the time should be mag on the same days of the gate, saad that mare B iidnl day which is not part of any *^* *t thtadi] year called World Day Out of the 3>Mj ceived. only two. those from the ***J Monaco and the Kingdom of Thaihmtl equivocally m favor of the scheme Moat of the reaiaes. lake those of*"! Kingdom and the United State%  %  %  Jj, wards, that nnhndy really -wf^ mencan answer was the ^ tions for the e l nsa rnt of x *\**r\ tasaa to be set up taaoughout tra< -^ty fro. the anemmt U^vermty IJ^S? •amber of lectures that deah wnkjbe of leaal """^ %  -'gffi amh



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Fl UmAY. TUNE 3. 1955 *JemtIk>ridte,n PAGE 9 A Don't Be Misled! AN APPEAL FOR THE TRUTH! By Nat Roth Brother of BURNETT ROTH Candidate for Re-Election to Miami Beach City Council I appeal to the voters of Miami Beach not to be misled by attacks made upon Burnett Roth. I warn the voters to be on guard against hate-sheets circulated throughout the Beach, "smearing" Burnett Roth, who has fought vigorously for the past twenty years against all un-American activities and groups in Florida. I urge the decent people of Miami Beach to learn the TRUTH about hate-sheets by verifying the FACTS Call and learn all the truth about this smear against a community leader like Burnett Roth. YOU can be the next victim! ALL of us can be the targets when truth is sold out and lies prevail! Telephone the following outstanding community leaders and hear the TRUTH! PAUL SEIDERMAN, Chairman of the Anti-Defamation League Committee JE 8-8356 GEORGE TAUANOFF, National Anti-Defamatio n League Committee JE 8-1688 GILBERT BALKIN, Executive Director, Anti-Defamation League 3-6306 THE BLACK BOX You Have Heard About a Black Box During the Past Few Weeks ... WHAT HAPPENED TO THE KEY? WHY IS THIS BLACK BOX STILL LOCKED UP? Learn the Real Truth About This BLACK BOX It Will Be Opened at a Mass Meeting an Saturday Night— J U N E 4th off he Beach Municipal Auditorium, Miami Beach YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR THE TRUTH By-BURNETT ROTH CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION TO CITY COUNCIL Yes BURNETT ROTH Has The Keys To The Black Box VOTETUESDAY, JUNE 7, PULL LEVE R 8A FOR BURNETT BOTH (Pol. Adv. paid for by Nat Koth)



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PAGE 10 A +Je*lstncrkHan Powell Returns From Capital On Bill 25 Richard Says He's 'Grateful' for Beach Primary Vote Melvin J Richard, high man In LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE tho Beach council primary race Senior Miami Beach Councilman stated toda* "1 am thankful to the IN( I>. lx-e Powell rcpni-tcil TlMadaj nun) good voters oi Miami B< icI that the state legislature in Tallaii" helped DM hassee passed a bill making it il "During mj f< <• %  l: legal to displaj restricted tigni I oilman and prior to ii l fought based on religion throughout Flor eliminate many inequities, and at meeting after met tin | t>l the Council. I pointed out then Tho candidate said thi condition for one, has come about as a re-uit oi greed and avarice on the par! oi those who wanted the city to make available unearned profits by changing the u-e to which proper!) could be pul which they had purchased tor oilier pur %  I studied carefully the B.irthol ida Powell made a special weekend trip to the state capital last Pridaj after learning the bill \ iI down in committee. He reported earlier this week that he had been assured the bill. Senate Bill 25. would be brought ont on the special order calendar and pas A victor in Tuesday's Miami Beach primary election. Powell h.i long been a spirited fighter against omew report and the Connell renigotry. intolerance and racial dis-| ports on city planninu which COS) crimination of any kind, his supporters pointed out In his platform for the current campaign. Powell has again pledg < il lo continue his war against all forms of unAmericanism Liberman Prepares For June 7 Runoff After his victor) in Tuesday's Miami Beach primary election, councilman Marcie Liberman is e\ pecteel to make several speeches through Monday in preparation for the June 7 general election So far in the rampign. I.iberman has limited his speech making to brief explanations of his four point program. Fie said he was basing his bid for reelection on his past record of public sor\ ice and current progressive plan He condensed his platform into lour points: increased off-street parking: construction of an exhibition hall, development of Pelican I-land for recreational purposes, and modernization of the < 'barter $18,000. and warned the city that heed should be given to their contents Richard is married and has two children, the older of whom. Barry, was Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom recently. Richard served for two years as municipal judge at Miami Beach He resigned when World War 11 broke out to Volunteer lor service m the United States Navj He received official commendation for dutj in enemy territory in the European Theatre of Operations For four years he served as a city councilman LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NnTI'i: is HEHEUY GIVEN that III,UIMll ••• A deBll IIIK lei .-in.M-t I II,' f %  *ll id!II 1 III, <'f Iisll 'I i IBAI "i '< I KHl IP el 1-: I-' \\. Hi. ,'.-.,!:. in!.-.. Ii aleti mill i!..Clerk "i Hi.' %  i T i • s. Hoi hla i: xl.r.M: \ K KUVt ARDH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW sorter, is HEREIN m\ RN % %  < %  \ \: i %  N. Ml i .• I'i.i. SI -i 'THKRN K< 'I i %  '• I.Iritim i IN', i x : In c'ti iM.I i IT HIL\ KB I Ml I.UO .MlM I NOTICC UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xl iTH'R IS in.ill. I i %  %  i rut %  i s.,i THK1IN I %  1.1 s ril IU"I COMI'AN A | ...i ids i %  "" V v l.l-i 11 .-II. v i H S M i1 -' 'V .infill .-.••. i %  B I i _____ \OTICE "I'NOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.I.I.IU.I.I iSIVBN that || ,i.-,l .-HI;. miIn : •! H LNSI-ORTATION ADVERTISINCI SERVICE! I US N Mian Ml. l-'ln lilt, ll.lI" %  • ,v it, il..ri.-ik of the rircult I -,,111 t ,.' I ... || I II'. I v I 1.'. 1-1.. SOITHERN FtiLIH III in.TR1BI Tl\i; i • >SiP \M INC \ I k>i Ida i','i |KII il I'M.Mi i SILVER i Ml'LLOl AM.. i ni ) • i Applli %  II iT"l l',.|ivr.s~ Bids t'-tt __ NOTICF UNDER TICTITIOUS NAME LAW XI ITU E IS HEREIN (JIVEN that I, %  I, in %  ngace In .l.-i tinI .in.' of I-..1.1 -.: i: i.i.-ii:ili. IORS, \ Miami Avenot Mian i. fla eglntei i • • .'i %  a ith ih.. Clerk Circuit '*".! 'i l ...'I.i 'ounl -. i'i" SOITHERN I'm.Ill: Mri:ir.i "Ti\i; COMPANY. INC A I i. Ida i % % %  % % % % % %  .in 'ii I M.l.i IT, SI1.X. KR A Mil. 1.1 IT Attorn*) foi Applli anti T"I i '..'!,• i. -I lldR i; .'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XnTH'K IHEREBY IIVEN thai llir ni" 1 "iif to i n.iiin in. till,ins n SOI'THERN IHSI'LAY I'lSTItlKlTl Xil %  .\" xNY. ••< '.'-' ,; N Mian I \v, p. Mian i r.-Ki.i• a Itti th* Clara ••< tin%  '.ni i i.f i ni. i • %  .inn i >. .1 THEIt.N Kl 'El KR Iil.vrRIBl'TINII i'.'MIAN V. INC \ i .. Ida i • % %  poiatlon PAI.I-OT, SII.VI-i: ,\ ML'LLOY Ml,, ML i-l" \i'|.|l. iiii7n| t'onan I Has 11 .' I INC I.iberman began Inlong Miami Beach political career in December. 19943. when he was appointed councilman to frll the unexpired term of Mitchel Wolf-on. who was ed in active militar) duty. He finished his first term as Iman in 1947, then entered the next race on his own behalf. .;. he collected more votes than any candidate ever had gathered previously His majority in stalled him as the city's mayor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRKR1 lilVEN thai Hi,, mill, -iirii.-.l. dealrilMJ :.. enave in ; %  • I-in n • ol TIM El vir.i IH8TRIBLTORS. al \ .\i :.i" i \ '. Mia ml. K'.. %  i imi arith Ilia • '. i i .ii i' % %  IT i "' I i.l i. H> I'uanty. I kirlda SOITHERN EOIJIER ITr-RlBI TINO COMPANY INC A Ii"i ida ''oi i'"i..ti"ii PALLOT. SII.VKI: A Ml'LLOY An,.i II.V for Applli 'in ."i I'.iisi.-Bids l.-M NOTICE BV PUBLICATION Notice Ih' ril'V L"l\,ll III:.I v.oi:r.:.s .'. ft i II IRRY .v KAN NIK BPRINU .ni.. i I. .1 w ;' I. TlT.IP TRI I I VUM %  I vi II ii..l I..i B|Kim :-l. t r .... I ;. : M i \ tat, I %  Segal Leaves Miami; To Work With Farband Bernard Segal, insurance man and former Jewish communal worker, has accepted an invitation to become organizational director oi the Farband Labor Zionist Order in Los Ant: As of July 1. Segals new ad will be 8339 West Third -t Lot Angeles. C'al. CAMP CHERRYLOG FOR BOYS It's high in the mountains an the aid hunting grounds al the Cherokee Indians. All the usual sports plus mountain climjing Indian arrow head hunts, trips to Civil %  nd Indian war battlefields. Only 5225.00 for 8 weeks. Phone HI 8-7586 for references to local patrons NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY (JIVEN thai %  daralsnad, daatrlns t-> enfafa in i.ii.-iiu•!-un.li-i ihfiiiltii.ns II ATTRACTION AM' REHORT 1->I-T ER BI8TRJBI Tolls. .,i III \ M an A\.-IIII.. Miami, Ma. Intrn.ls to n-a.-i, -,|.| name with the <"leik ..f the l 'll, ml I '..ml ..1 I 'i.lii ullilv I SOI'THERN KOU'ER DIKTRIBl'TINCl CtiMPANV, INC A Florida Coraoratlon l.M.i.'ii'. KILVBR MII.I.HY ttUM l" • I %  Vl'l.l' .nt 7"i Concrmu I'.liiK I 1 10 17-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUa NAME LAW NiiTli i: IS HEREBY (JIVEN thai ina ;•. ,-tiK IK>In !II III!,' Of sol Till RN IISI-IAV RACK SERVICES, %  N Miami ATVttua, Ml, mi. niI., raajiatar an id n. with I hi I'lir* uf Hi.' County, Hori.la. SOI'THERN EOMIER [He rRIBI TINO <"' IMPANV. A I !••! 'ila "OI I'" 1 -i 1 Ion I'M.I.nr. KILVBR A .MII.I.nV Attorneys for Aimlii-antH 7'i| i 'i.ni'f... IUIIK. 17-W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBT QIVEN tlml u i -itm-il, dmii lux t" • % % %  0a In un.li-i Ihifli lili.'iin.ii .f SOI'THERN DISPLAY SKI!\H'Ks Ivanue, Miami, l-iii.. (latar amid name lih the Clerk "( i in Circuit Court %  >( I % i Ida cm poratsoa 1'AU/iT. SILVER *;• Mll.l.iiV \n i i" Ai'pli' .iiit%  N Bide I l-ia-17-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN lhal th underalanad, dealrlnc t.. .-niiiKi M md< 'ha fli titli'uname of l-'i.i .lili-A ADVERTIMINO DI8TRIBI'TORS, it %  <: %  • N Miami Asranua M an I, i-'i.i Intanda t.. raalati name uli the Ctorh ol the Clroull Cult if |i;i'li<',.imt\. Horlila SOITHERN FOLDER DIKTRIBl'TINCl COMPANY, IMC A Florida Corporation PALLOT, RILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorney! foi Appllcanca FOI Coneraai Bldat. j -' I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the iimi.: iiti.-.i daalrlna lo -iiaHin buaincaa umlrr tinfu-mloua nun.of SOI'THERN ADVERTHHNO SERVICES, al nt s Miami Avenue, Mlami. Kl i Intanda to rajiatai eatd lumir with tlir Clerh of llir in. nit Court •'( l-.i.I,rnuniv. Fluriila. SOI'THERN FOLDER DIKTRIBL'TINQ COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT. SILVER *• Ml'LLOY I Altun.i ITf" Ai-i'li. iiit.7.l Coneroaa IUIIK. 3-10-17-l' KOSHER. TOO ...YET COSTS NO MORE! iii'ii(y)i enry Orimedary packif* •! ow r tuirantee that it is strictly heiher. the only cake mixes packed in gold toil to protect their perfect freshness! COUNTY, IN Vu.?9 F 0R MATILDA ,^^y.N o DA0j ~ K~K?r F ?"^ A oV Vou R v' ; %  'iwi" Hied M.|, ou'r "' ••I'" %  i, IT ," la) of j u M^ | do ao, ludai taken •-U l .' l 1 ii..in Tin ;., I, %  ,... 'WSJ m THE JEWISH '"'*>: A: !, %  ; ,". Florida, Ihli i., .. ', ," '" Jun*. Hi Idreali Court Se'al, SNKE }! HENRY M Attorn, v f. | FOR DADE COUNT?.^,? 5I CHANCERY. /" D M KI'.N \ RUBIN I ^ v8AMUEL F Rl'HlN | ,,„, NOTICE BY PUBLICfTlOK TO: SAMUEL F IMIlTs "* 12 Baal •'.' i N# V..ik. N ^ Ton are h< • mnifiH ; plaint |..i |„, aRali.-t you, .in I I.lnrnln Koail i:.., | a, •/3-1 0-iT _i NOTICE UNDER FICTlTIOVj" NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HERKHY GtVSM ti (he uiidi'i all ned iiui>lin-.- under, thi I tliloui aaaiL, JACK BELL'S u \K-ii'i: i\.\ Mil M W 3(h St. Mlai ui'.n.l* tunt-l later nalri name -rk ol on I'lniiii .'..ni ,., I' imi IliriaiM JAi K HKIJ. KKSSI.KI: a <;; AtCorneya f-.r A ITU U rlaali 6'3-10-17J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M 'Tli'K is lii • \:\ lilVEN M lhUIMI-I->IKII*-'I. '!• ring t" i-tifaieH bualnena undei ihi IUBM MODEL s. .i.i .1;i: MsTRtbTT SERVICE, at % %  : % %  Miami, l-'la Inti name with tii. i I l '..in t of l',l.c SOUTHERN FII DIhTRIHUTIMi A I'lniiila Co PALLOT. SILVER \ M I "V Attorney! fo \ miT0I •' %  .nitr^sx niilK c'j-m-i; .1 SALESMAN Who wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more — with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality leads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appointment call MO 7-2011 or write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. (I'd. Pol Ad\ tM Mphin J. Richard Fight Your Wight — Vote Right PULL LEVER 7-A TO ELECT MELVIN J. RICHARD YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN CITY JUDGE AT AGC 2* OVItSEAS NAVY VETEIAN-W. W. II PAST PRESIDENT JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COfAMERCE BOARD MEMBER-PAST VICE PRES.. I'NAI B1JTH, NORTH SNORE 10601 CHARTER MEMBER ELKS L0D0E, 1601 AMERICAN IEGI0N, POST 85 VETERANS Of FOREIGN WARS e CIVIC IEAGUE JEWISH WAR VETERANS TEMPLE BETH SHOiOM SERVED 4 YEARS AS A MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN (I'd. IVI Adv i NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF l ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCi.' T JI FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bl COUNTY. IN CHANCERV. No llj IKHtOTHV i;il..M\N I'minllfl IRVI.Nii OILMAN %  %  ">' SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn IUVIM; CULM *•> lo st.it. .I:..Mi.II. M ,Too, IRVING HUM \^ '' "fa n..|in...l tlmt a Hill Divorce haa be. ami you are raq ''21 ,.f M.lll All-*> • I Mill i.f .' I'l.ni .xtt.-i I KHKJ "* Z\ oiympla HUIMIUK. M 'SLaal fil,111.i.riiiti.l Vi III lllf i.ffl. of thi '; : 3* CUlt I '"in t .n "i of Jui..-. I'i' II '. '&,] Judamrnt b) di In T you f..i 111, in tii,I'.in of i s-iaai ThlB notl.r *h i eai ii *.-k f-.r roii in THE JEWISH I l.i>ltll*lA> .J DONE AM> (RI>I i', Tl t-i..it.i... thi. :tti .1.' •"* %  i: B LBATHEM> ii.-ik %  r, "'i %  "• I M'l. \ B) VV.M %  %  (Circuit Court Si-.I' |l 1 ^ %  iWlftiUNOERM pTTSn NAME LAW .... rtd| M.TH'K 18 HERKIM ''^Ji-al lb, undrmlan.-.! .£<**] bnnlneaa undei .'• SOITHERN I'll!. l *'• %  I-IM; SI:K\ ICI nue. Miami Kl.. "".',"': aald name itli H' u ''. ,vr* i-tilt Court of I'." "'": SOI'THERN % <•' ''•',',. .V-Y l N IUKTRIIKTIM: .M %  >' A I lorlda Con ,, ,,\ VAIAMT BILVEI '' Alton L|.pli.-.inl. Tiil ronfreaa IHda J — r rTiTlOLS NOTICE UNDER ;iC TlT NAME LAW ,. l vJi ICK is HKRKi" :;S|.5 MiTIi >. "I Ii-. i" (MMl>uluri.K unib-i "" III-INV "' II IK t., ,.IM,, aald I ill Court "I "TSM'THI DIBTRII A Florida AUorn..'-"' '.x (



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%  m.Y IUNE 3, 195S fien Eyes Runoff lere Next Week With a community service rec, !!, ,| ii.is •.ccn him take leader^D m many major medical, reli%  ou. and civic chanties, Leonard Wien Miami Beach businessan for HIP la.-t 20 years, is step„,, his activities in the curM i am j Beach city council Inip.irs" runoff due next week. \\\ pn (in. Wien is treasurer of L n t Sinai Hospital and a trustee F,h, hospital. He served as chairan ol the Mount Sinai Jubilee af[rom 19591 to 1954 and was lirman oi the 3oint Federation Mount Sinai Hospital committee. Fr6Yn 1952 through 1954, Wicn was president of the Cancer Institute. Presently, he is the donor of the annual Leonard A. Wien Award for outstanding research in cancer cytology. Some of his other affiliations include: director, B'nai B'rith AntiDefamation League; board of governors and executive committee, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Florida State Hospital Advisor} Council; Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; past president, l'i Lambda Phi Alumni Chapter. University of Miami; founder. Better Business Bureau; director, Temple Israel; member. Zionist Organization of America; director. Lincoln Road Association, sleni JACK CARNER JULES GILLETTE FRED BASDIN E. E. BLOOM RITTER LEVINSON DR. IRVING GORDON DR. ABE HOLLENDER JOFiN OWEN JAY PERLMUTTER NAT KLEIN MRS. SIDNEY WEINTRAUB DR. SEYMOUR ALTERMN MRS. MURRAY SHAW DR. MORRIS GOODMAN GEORGE BERTMAN MAURICE 0R0VITZ SIDNEY B. G0RCH0V BILL WIRTSCHAFTER LEONARD TREISTER JOEL SALZMAN BEN B. GAINES ARNOLD LEVY ALLEN ANDUR LEONARD ABESS SAM BLANK GUS GIEGER HOWARD KANE MAX OROVITZ JOE ROSE DAN RUSKIN JAKE SHER MILTON WEISS MRS. ROSE WEISS SAM FRIEDLAND MOLLY SILVERMAN CARL SUSKIN iy V!\ AL PALLOT FRANCIS FARREY DAVE PHILLIPS JOHN SERBIN MAURICE UNGER ROUSE SMITH BEN KLINE MARCUS SAROKEN DR. JACK FALK HENRY WOLFF ARNOLD SEEDER MORTIMER WIEN AARON FARR WE URGE YOU TO SUPPORT AND WIN WITH WIEN HEADQUARTERS • Phono JI1-3738 Beth David to Graduate Six Students Sunday On Sunday morning, June 5, closing* exercises for the Beth David,religious school.,will be held in the synagogue. To be graduated are Cynthia Bott, Allen Goldman, Dale Handshu, Joel Kutnick, Edward Leviten and Jerome Spector, who will be presented with diplomas by Bert Sher, chairman of the board of education. Beth David Sisterhood, through its president, Mrs. Harold Ben,(\ will present each of the graduates with a Bible. Puchkoff Scholarship awards for outstanding Hebrew school students will be presented, and a grand prize will be given by the Beth David Men's Club for outstanding attendance at Sabbath morning services. Hall Favors Change For South Shore Charles F. (Chuck) Hail, 37-yearold candidate for Miami Beach City Council, a Miami Beach apartment and hotel owner and former professor of languages at Northwestern University, this week said he would fight to stop juvenile delinquency before it starts by offering children more recreational facilities that will keep them off the streets. Hall said he also favors complete rejuvenation of South Shore to increase its prosperity and a deep sea harbor at South Shore to service large cruise ships in order to swell the revenue of all of Miami Beach. Additional funds for the publicity and public relations department 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 merchants ol Miami Beach to save money by improving present causeways before building others and low cost nursery plan for children of families where both parents work. SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32 WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY between 25 35. Write Mr. L., Box 2973, Miami 18. Upper Duplex—4 Exposures FOR RENT 2 Bath 2 Large Corner Bedrooms. separate dining room, spacious Fla. room. Plenty of storage area Sue and convenience of private home at modest rental. 335 S.W. 30th Rd. HOUSE Of PICTURES Miami's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oils Engravings Modern Traditional Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs Open Mon. & Fri. til 9 p.m. 6237 Biuoyne Blvd. Ph. 84 9812 Would Like Woman To Share Private Home with middleaged widow. Strictly kosher kitchen, 2 blocks from Coral Cables bus. Call MO 7 1839. 3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Dad* County Pine Home Good condition. Large living room•lining room. Nice front porch. Near schools, bus. stores and Israelite Center. S7,950.00—MO per month 2830 S.W. 32nd Ave.. Phone HI 6-5515. SITUATION WANTED PERSONABLE YOUNG MAN of 30, single, college graduate, has majored in business administra tion, accounting and advertising^ Can do bookkeeping, shorthand and type. Familiar with office managerial and advertising procedures, having had local expen. ence. I possess the aptitude of readily applying myself to assigned problems. For further information. please contact me through my brother. LOUIS B. BUSH, Director of NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. PHONE 9S443. 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 • 1st Vice President, MamBeach Chamber of Commerce • Chairman, Citizens Committee, 40th Anniversary Celebration • Vice President, Temple EmanuEl • Member, 9 years, Zoning Board City of Miami Beach • Founder and Director, Miomi Beach Better Business Bureau • Member, American Legion, Jewish War Veterans, Civic League • Director, Miami Beach Lions, Miami Beach Taxpayers Association, Lincoln Road Association, Mercantile Notional Bank • Chairman, South Florida Re gion, Jewish Theologicol Seminary of America • President, Washington Avenue Association, in 1936 ond again in 1955 • Post President, Miomi Beach Board of Realtors • P o 11 President, President's Council of Miami Beach • Member, Guardians of Israel, Zionists, Brandeis University • Former Member, Auditorium ond Convention Board THERE 4 VOTE 4 SAM HALPERIN PULL LEVER 4 PROSPERITY Poid Pol. 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PAGE 6 B + k~is*ncr&&LCalorie Counters Find Summer Menu in Manischewitz Fish • .mportant *-[~ !" '" coo, t fconds-that t ,..,, ,,unn the 1.11 H m,uiie. to take ,t from the ...(ten refmerator nd flip the lid off than a matter of elcmen Uhe jar. M.i.l.with a traditional blend of tar> arithmetic By >ub acting • fnm jrow diet. >>u e.n *M IBM '" >" r com p| ithat -.ltd |) of the caloric content %  Fish. lake-fresh, luscious whitefuh, pike and carp, gentry sessoaed to bring out the full, fine flavor of the fi.;„.„,„_ J w.tz and Euniea SeA i dz. 1 lb 2 lb and 4 lb.; round snacks feet f..r | KM 1 ikapc in 1 lb jars— Fishlets. per •nlb. 4:| %  :-.g the : I schools oi : %  board omots oi the Can (•wish Federation. Prase e ad ek %  s a ici— s ol Bsth David Sunday school for the yecn 1955. Ft. Pierce Lodge Given Charter •<• Fish. : make a lienmeal in it I that amoui \ I can! at least | r average • senIr. tei f s u Maatacbea rank> tight at the t->p in promot read\ tD %  %  1 Wo!tv: Si Peters Stete Ft P>erce 1 A Sugaring %  *^n^J NCS.' If ** %  rrr!: 11 ft i r. | n r *'* r 1 IM I" P"k lc*i Tea >#• U I urrmu T Ovito*. DOCTORS RECCVVEND ** su GARINE (? riAErr:v."5 .-VERVE AND vam CALORIE nrrs CiMiaaiiii* NsWa"*?- AVAILA1LI AT YOU* LOCAL FOOD STOtl at Temple Beth H F1 Fierce. 1 ik) Si qrtaaa Beach rand Lodce 5 B na: -• %  prt lenl • %  presivi. L Dr. S I Na %  S 1 • r.al \.ce preleal i State FederaB'fita J 'ack %  • Palm Bea •he Florida State rederattor.. Harp -• Palm Beach p*>t predet oi the B nai B nth State Federatx* aad WoJper Present at the Lodge installauaa miaa e. were Gilbert J Baikm. •a" Mass*, direetcc of the FVmda wpw a l aaTve. ABU Def aaaauoa Leagee ttf BnBYnk aad are** af the B~aai B nth Cxaaetl of SotB*i mta. Jay Sedlik has been awarded a four-year schoiarsnip to the University of Miami by the WoUson-Meyer Foundation in recognition oi Jay's excellent schooi record. In addition, he has been awarded another two-year scholarship to the U of M otter winning first pnze in the Cintan-eponsored essay contest on l*nv> leges and Dunes of a xen. The June honor graduate of Mxm; Senaor High School, who a the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedhk. 221 SW 48th SJ. has surrendered ^ro years of the WohsooMeyex g r an : so that n intltsi ing student may get the beneht of *. i WAKT r mif seeawM I aaa tCADY-TO-SajT* /Mothers OLD FASMOMD 6EFILTE FISH its FLORIDA DAIRIES MBHUMttlBaS TEIK! icco-m fyrtutofmq %  %  ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked H< Ui. Government Inspected Est.tol fXCtaWf BtfTMaaTOM Of m SOtTl COASTLINE PROVISION CO, IHC •55 MSaVNI ST, MIAMI BEACH rlivNcb! ss-z32 rtAti PHI to your good health* HOT SPRINGS M NATIONAL PARK &f v ARKANSAS Wodd-fsawas aahral sOT#a*aawM Vlratl ~^ o*e, Spa MSA. 7*&nQy *wton, e ( HOTILv/A i*TM$\ 0^^ aa-sef • %  a^fc* AMQ aApMt^rV Vft • %  I* •'^ ^t&l^f Af waaWs*ar ^aucoN* !" ^"



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PAGE 8 B + kmianrrk&sr RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE •lie* — in Talaa precedii •: the Fathers wi!! hr CUSJ %  HIALEAH v AS" SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fnd. il 7 Saturday aKwr.ir. are at 10 Rabbi Maaroka Saanr TEMPLE BETH SHOCOM u BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA...•,. • TION 8 15 K-Sbi LMIKHI at 6 90 S .h >\n the topic \ \:ne Type; >• -. S 45 Jordan. son o: ANSHC EMES CONGREGA Rabbi -ir-..1 Mr> U-on Kronish. *-.: TlON -..] hold I I -tor Sa-n**TH-. S mnrnthe HHI• !r.on the Wi> evening xr^ %  honoring V F-^irTiccs arc at man will Portion Stephen l>r and MrMeyer B ... and Barry. "*• of Mr. and Merman P. will be• Bar Mltrvah <„nor Philip Brummer will render the mu-ical portionlurgj Dailj arc in the chapel at 8 a.m. 7 pa Philip Marg.. vah I; '• %  V '•' OB Mine; n \v c H.*or d -.tor Maunce V -Jer the musical pr ~ LnciDe chaw Vr and tUto x tkc Oaaf, Shabbat following, a -adn\ v % %  .>. I Rabbi CONGREGATION BETH T*L LAN I V fcafcca J aj*pa -X preach aa tk( | a fee • • E"H JACOB CONGREGATION MHBf ervve> .-• r + ; :' V.ir iTIIC! pate The-* incmde Prr r-George L Mariene Ih ebon and Miss K_ QaM Rabbi Her.n dism ~Ca*jtmg in tbe School c4 Life" Cantor Manner Mam •."-*>< %  ;!! r ende r the amsacai porCandlelightinsr Time SlVAN 13 — 4 A* PJA. tnas af tbe btnrgj muni by aader the dw nu a n if Iwimn Mr> Be — Sber t-t K Raw. %  ad. nil MHJl at tbe One* Natnrda? aomang *! Ita Marua white and Mr and Vv :* %  %  V Mr vMrs. Olga fcber Saarn (rill aac ::;: .-. 5_ aoor 01 'he home of Mr. end M s 3oldnxm. Coral Ckibies ha appeare;: .rcr.rerj at the •*.~r„>e RoRaM as well 2s ^ Ccrnec.e otatl Hall*. New fart bednn 1* at 5 p re Mincha will be at pa. followed kf a daraoaon :: Ha 2 km FLAG4.ER GSANAOA JEWISH CCMAMUNtTY CENTER will -..ejj r >K e at 6 *5 Sarcrda> anmaac Lt 11 130 Re-r LcHe IX will wT k iini and nrenrn on the Week t *Tan Jwunr unnt are a: l*3i aa Macha %  ... > 1: 6 45 pa. iakaaed hj Mi: %  a ( TEJaPXE ISRAEL M Mianu will bod FTtdar maiBf evening serviceat 6 30 Saturday .ire at 8 30 Rahbi n April will officiate and div I>> Todtfi TimeIndicate .• %  ed for Chance in Rclijion' C— ba r Bcrele Kelemer will render the muMcal portions of the liturgy -"^na h at 5.30 Daily will be at 7 30 am and 6 30 pm a • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER even.iz -er at 6 30 Saturday morning services ire at 9 Russell Harley. son of Gertner Heads Council Samuel Ortner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, was named thi> week to bead tbe South Florida Hospital Council for tbe coming >ear He succeedTracy Hare diractor of Variety Children Hospital % on y Insui %  • Dafaa a A"p K*rt-%  r vkm chdl wOl ^^ and dasewss Way S b anM ISRAELITE CENTER wtll bold ••• EAAETW C ^Sa*,^^ InTT^i FT,d J •^ M ^^ 5 TlON will la Samrdaj aaanuag serocc< rnces : 8 3R Rabbi arton Maaw • %  W **1 *? wtR preach aa the 'eek> "' T r Jew^k W ay of Ufe %  rVctaan. wuh Caater Saaaei ... -mderag the aaacal btargy A&oOATH ISREAL HEBREW as Seada* l i U ii i Macha at INSTITUTE wiU haU Fndaj cc rr *5 Satnrdnr aomaaj services are at Rabbi BETX EL %  • b wiii ducass the Week ra\R eveaac x r m. e s a & Pana K idd ask by Mrs. Sana ured savings MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings institut ; • Lincoln Rot. and Washington Avt. • 71st and Harding Ave •665 Washington Ave. — or save by mail VSEJE'1.-•. SRAEL C0NGRE t • s r or* rat rim UVl A 100 YlAiS HAFHU"



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I JUNE 3. 1955 *• knist ncrirfinn [el Bonds Honors Outstanding Salesmen at Ceremonies Here PAGE 5 B Ml IlK iSSfc IGenet, Miami Beach qtand active leader in affairs, has keen program chairman He Miami Beach-Israel It District by Herbert I. president. Genet is erving on the Housing brity of the City of MiBeach and i a former [>er of the Mayor's saie^mmittee. He is also a er of the board of directhe Hebrew Academy, srael Synagogue and a er of the board of trusDf Temple Emanu-El. j rhirty-two Greater Miami brad Bond lespeoph were honored for outstanding service and inspired devotion to the state oi bi Israel bonds at ., sp. cia ; brunch hold last week |Royal Palm rjotej. Jacob Sher, Greater Miamf ch ,ir man for bonds, presented ; awards of brae] Bond Honor Scrolls and $50 checks to each oi the two top bond salesmen u well as to each of the two personwho sold the most bond unitup to the brunch date. Winnerwere Mrs. Lena Mint zes. Mrs. Miriam Press, Mr. Mashie Friedberg and Mr. Sam Karp Sher awarded the prize of a weekend for two at the Nautiluhotcl to Miss Lillian Goodman whose bond sales reached a high mark during the current cam paign. To the following Israel Bond saleswomen. Mrs Monte Selig, women's division chairman, pre sented Holy Bibles imported from Jerusalem; Mrs. Jack Bern-tun Mrs Nathan Bookspan and Mrs. I E. Goldman. At the brunch. "Chen" co-chairmen Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs. Sybil Wait! made presentations of the specially styled gold "Chen" Charms to 24 women of the Great er Miami area who have earned "Chen" membership by purchasing or selling $2,500 in State of Israel Development Bonds. For bond hales of $2,500 each. -Speaking Group Two Teachers fedon." He brew-speak i rgj [here, completed its activ[the season with a farewell ition for Mr. and Mrs. Harry fKwrtney prior to their defor Israel. Meeting was [Saturday evening. May [Harfenist dairy restaurant, |Beach. and Mrs Perach-Kwitney. of oyal Palm ave., will attend ^icator's workshop sponsored Jewi-h Agency and the Education Committee of fork City. have achieved prominence field of Jewish education fcve been active in Hebrew circleMr. Perach foundI Yeshivah Israel Solanter of fork in 1923. He and Mrs. have been members of the Academy faculty here 1949 ng their tour of Israel, they eit their daughter, Ziva, now UK there under a Young scholarship. David Frcedman chaired V 28 meeting. North Shore IrVemen Plan Member Function Next on the program in a scries of membership drive functions of the North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will be a "member bring a member" luncheon at the home of Mrs. Sam Pomerance. 10121 East Broadview dr., Bay Harbor bland, on Monday noon, June 6. Mrs. Eugene Schwartz and Mrs. Nat Stein are chairmen and, with Mrs. Pomerance, are taking reser vations. President is Mrs. George Baltuch. Mr. and Mrs. ftrath-Kwifvf SERVING ^GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED [Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 54537 PERSONALIZED SERVICE "AIT" "M/IWr "HAV COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrtckl Rebuilt Uif Rapsirt P"intin| 32244, 2-4452 M0 S.W. Ith Strett f I S/tou* Co Good Food 1225 Washington Ave Miami Beach wS Srlta SPS B Wlng h a VZ Cham P ionshi P teem was ofiicially presented Shown arefin* 2 .IT?" ST^L ^l" 8 Sund y" ^ening in the Lincoln Manor. Corvln" NewTf^L *' J Seph Sn y*?M ike Ma,lo Dr Philip Sawelson and Michael rresiden. W "l ^ ql UP "^i" 1 ?, Z S P 1 ^^president; Lou Rosenson. vice president, Jerry Jackson, treasurer; and Max H andshu, secretary. the following women were awarded their first •Chen" Charm: the Mesdames David Denner. Ann Frank, Pauline Sher Cosow, Esther Goodman, Harry Koretsky, Sam Simonhoff. Rose Landau Simpson, Bertha H. Silverman and Bessie Spen. With bond sales that have reached the $5,000 mark, the folfollowing women also earned Charm number two: the Mesdames William Born stein, Elizabeth Goodman. Lillian Goodman. Henry Liebman and Frieda Kalstein. For bond sales that reached the S7.5O0 mark. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan and Mrs. I. E. Goldman re ceived their third "Chen" Charms. With bond sales that totalled $10,000. Mrs. Jack Bernstein was awarded the lourth "Chen" Charm Mrs. Miriam Press and Mrs Francis Rubin, whose bond sales hit the S15.000 mark, received awards of the fifth and sixth Charms. Women's chairman Mrs. Selig was presented with Charms five through eight for outstanding sales that went over the $20,000 mark a minute to • a delight to eat •. a midsummer's treat No need to labor over a hot stove 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 the specially bred Heinz Aristocrat Tomato As the saying goes:—"A mechaya!" Select either label They're both the some beans! HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS .STRICTLY KOSHER t *How About Heinz Beans Tonight?' The @iealofer dorsement of th UNION OF OUTHCDOX Jf WISH CONGKEGATIONS Cr AMERICA is on th front of the label.



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PAGE 2 B 9-Jtnist ntrkMar I'll Say... Is a Jewish Hospital Necessary? %  y HARRY SIMON HOP* The trustees Of Mt Sin:-:tal on Mumi Beach sent out im%  ; imitations to a dinner it the Fontainebleau Although the invited guests ere assured that • !:citation of ft .d mar :he pleasure of the MC en the expensive Bad •fair spearheaded a dr M.OOMO0 to erect aea ML Sina. H I Prai mt of M*intanc A caanpaipi ir. Miami for S4 0O0.a lantr undertakme even :r. ^ exempt donations he larger problem anse af dm? The %  pital i> enonaou> The | is leas* • the c: red a the deficit kith during the past s\er ha* made It allotment* of $125,000 A Stars at tl Miaa Beach -e< each ) •.• %  • %  i OPJM eaa aajj aoaaee baa the :* %  • -he me* %  %  • %  %  p| • • %  %  %  1 —c • %  The ear > hn'pinl • -cter has a ec o an ba cart of a Maj diaie :* eh cfccTIM Ori y ioa l H! The .".* ho'i : \--%  of p*t a lia ccedataattt. cad he — aad h a a chai BOS been exacted arcaadec: of (be H abeas A cod a c T P. T. A. Mrs. Sotkcdt a n liilotMtgrt: tar coca* •JO* fcaa raorv at Tacnpie hesne In Xea York >fum were coming into exigence On the loarer East Side tenements became overcrowded The building code permitted basementbel MM level that had no ventilation, air. or light Medica! science had not >et dfaaaeacad that fenncome* and spread disease •ncken dweller* ia these m derground tenements would often die victims of contagion or f.-ul H aho did get into hossuefc as the> were often met ridieuie hile praying %  the>-ere laughed at for r* %  eat anthing not Btrifl Bat norst of I zeaioununs woaM swnetixtiae tteeble to object The Church ther ed on Chn of the protestb> the fam.: the ~e Mt Haai in New Ycfc rataewe the wretchef %  rtched %  ;*S3 Since 13bknown %  v iptla! Or 2ffih he first building was completed at a cost of $30 OOP it con ur floors on a ffaBtaajl :eet The basemert contain ken aad the teeood floor a sveago*"** length of the btuMmg -rved between 250 ai exaeaae of ST 800 a The poor receded fret meet and oeUy those w** c-f fbe moderr ho-•'a r-a_< -.u-par -. TV -art*v eta: k aaJacm caw liird %  -. r--• of the tfcssecting roaaa. vtthnrt aiming *s hands -d teaaaiiae p-^ -child reaaa peafma eaerlagation*. there is endence of im ~, •• Axtuait) a -h^rtage ex the medical profession Hos are now eager for interns The Jewi-h graduate ftadB it less to enter the institution* -eking, or een begxing. for doctors. Thua -eri.Has doubt arisan • hM need for the Jewish hopilal Such ins -jpported b> Jewtak funds must perforce • 'he ohiigation* of maintaining Jeaish or ganuationsv No other group or heav> a burden The donation per capita of the i ipar.> alongside t he de mand* upon the Jew who reeog.•n we. ur recent memornr* 6000000 genocided b> the ur e>eto the urgency of -ael on a sound raa Jer> Icalled upon • coreli -> everywhere Nor car. we turn our backs upon a 4.000 >earW e must utilize the golden opportunity to build our reiigiotand euiv tuuotis that fit a veil into the — %  : • -• Nrrhrggate. or.ij added ta the hosVcTars lader sach conditions the Jew H* haaaita -.-. hast f-ecaa haaat -••-..-> — ...-— -a:y .•-•daaat eraoatial at the tiae Be. .-ha.-*;-. Jrn 1 r*r-haj <* caaaaii -•of V. Beach without the hag fwiaiaa The ciaucai the poor or the free w? laiiigirt ts aigtifihii 1 %  ^ ^"r*-**^ The ttaaatu i g m i Jewish haagatai caaam ahaat the •a dactar Saaar ci -; • %  1 itiai— atBTaai others %  aajj B lack af fataaaataaa at ke aaaaaaframework of American democ rac> Additional hospital facilities on Miami each are. of course, desirable But should the cost of main tenance be a charge upon the Jew i-h communit>* Fortunately we have a solution to this problem The wealthy City of Miami Beach can and should operate a municipal pital which' like the public -1would also serve the tour HU<1 be a valurtl/LTa (relations If th>^Jr"wl e 10 percent 0(^2^ to collect HmZH "*ty of talDBgWaS Hosprtal Thenl£aiLl' have a pn^r| y m5JJI nicipa! | .; a: whrt ""^ pnd CIFFEI1 INDUSTRIES. INC. COtAl GABLES. PIOII0A SUBCONTP.ACTO*SPECIALIST SHEET METAI FABRICATION & INSTALIATIO ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEH-GYPSUM ROOF OECJJ ROOFING —COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH ITI V ENOOR. COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUFFD INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPI^ COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSUUTI EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESI SOLAR WATER HEATXG SYSTEMS & ELECTR-CAL soosd FOR 2.S Y ^ AR S Zualitif'Scwccc'V'Uu FREE ESTIMATES loaeph Hecker anil be c June graduate of Kinioch Par* .-. :: H". Srhc;. Al I ..-. %  loch Foacph is p gaaadant of aflBW room asd secsur of base educataoc K* a else a member of eofloy teai^s S a^c 5. s<>ttbcil team aad a a s ecoa n ssadac. He ^ :-e soc of Mrs. Garfeaaa. Hecirer 4"^1 SW 2nd ter.. Mxxru. aad tba kne HarBUILDUtS Of mmotJAL MIMOilAlS fOf frff pro* O nam JEWISH TIADi THURMOND mmman co. --. ii -s— • the *: IJ*:* IAMI TITL€ tOtetmctCo. *5 ***** TtT ^ SCBVICt M OAOC COUSfTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TTTLE INSURANCE T*w s 124 SHOKIAIID ABC ADC TQ1PHOHE S-ltBS oocro oc cbrvciors. WITH RESOURCES NOW EXCEEDING 75 MILLION D0LLAt$| HOME FINANCING indivMuob ond b u ih k n wfll appreciate Lew cost. Lew rate. Low okootWy pa/ieetv| penohies for prepayment, friendly. W WWa you plan to BUY. BUILD. REFINANCE REP AM or REMODEL a boow. coosurt the **\ 9090 kx>a officers ot ooy of our 4 come** office*. THERE'S NO OBLIGATION! iaK '• 3**^ Saaata u* N 0CE *S St F.-v .-• •*• w* Dade Federal sA K>SON CCNTa MtAMCH VT1 KW. 7* Ai % % %  JCSf*M M UPTOH. P~W tv ail w S.UJ r***| t KMIUSINESS HOURS: -. •• y~ t AM. • w • II MM. Saad in *^ •*• • r ** c •"*" r. *~ *-4~n W AM u 4md j STOf WISHING ... START HAVING. Open Your DaasV fratera/ Srimg* tcn** 1 ^ l Afmtl hara aHl EARN Yaar SAVMdiS hara are



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biDAY. JUNE 3. 1955 LEGAL NOTICE [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -],-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that iib-reign. il. il-Blrlnn to ongsgf In — under the fletltlon.i name of I,, \ RADIO & TRL.EVI8ION KIXNV, at TIIT aw. sth si lo rearlstet Nil hi name with the the CMWt Court of Dalle ; ,;N-K.MAN. S..I. Owner .i foi Applicant oral Wai ,..:•; 1 I • 'JmMnnHmtm NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I;, |i i: is HEREBY OIVEN that derslffned, dealt IRK to 4n|K|i In • .* under the flctltloua nan f I riiLASS INDUSTRIES OF MI,i ;Tln N W. SOU Slreet. In[ %  -, %  — t. -1 mid II.IIIII' ulth Hi.%  the Circuit o.urt of bade Florida. CKRSHuN BERN8TEIN g 3.10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW UK IS HEREBY OIVEN (hut '. i -imi.'d. desiring to cnmige In under the flititlmit. name of j riLB CO ill MM s W. 5th .-. Intends t" regiater laid name • he Clerk of the t'liTult Court ill. County, Florida. If. I. SANK T — C 3 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |i i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that lei Igned, dealrlng to engage in der the flctltloui mime of CLOTHING STORE, at 17:• _• 7 I .1.i! Highway, Intends to | Mild name with thit'lerk of in Court nf L>de County, JI'I.ES AKIIX Mv\RD VRONH %  iiim fin Applicant V 10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |i-K IS HKREBY OIVEjN lhal ned, desiring to engage In ii -. under the flctltloui name of Itl VII AND BODA, in 1 MI f\ V\enue, Coral oables, Florida, l<, register Bald name with the itl the Circuit Court of Daile L Ida JOSEPH FOGEL MYRA POO EL. 10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HKREBY OIVEN Hint in I iixlrlng to engage In • --. undei the flctltloui name of 1 BEAUTY HALON, a| W. Ith AM-. intend* to u-gi-iiWith the Clerk of the I t of I nullCount) Florida. JOHN W. 8CLX.BNBEROKR ; — r./3-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I i: IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that i.i-lgi.. I, ili'slrtiie 10 engage In unil. i the fictitious mime of If RIRTHDAT SHOD, at 0047 S W. % M Intend to register *aid in P e t'lerk | the Circuit Court • CoiintK Plui'iila. IICVRY DUtiAX -MILDRED A DI'OAN ES.for Aiiplii anta W El igler St. -"•:•: u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY QIVRN ih' -I di nlrtna to engage m • -under the flctltloun num...f SHARON ANN ItKACTY "V "I I'.'.-'T N W tth AVe Miami, Pla. Intend to register ( with the Clara -.f the [' %  %  Court of Dado County, dor1 R BPRINOER M IN B SPRINGER, Ownera VCK N MAER Vppllcants i! ne l'.Ida;. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that deati Ing in Mileage in dei iii.flctltloui name of BOLERO BAR, m 1321 North V\e, intends to register Nnhl >iiii the Clara ..f the Cln ull >.f Dade county, Florida V.REKT l.ll'Si-HCTZ. Ownei I a AI: s Applicant H ^Flagler Si. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,,., NAME LAW N Tli l, is HEREBY OIVEN that igned, desiring to engage In nn.leith.rietltloiiH name ..f MAN s HOTEL, at lull ColMi.i ml Bench. Florida. i" reglstet aald name with hik ,,f !h, circuit Court of Ploi Ida WAI.D.MAN REALTY CQRP A Fiorina e.irii.. ration sll.Vli'.HSTKIXfor Applicant -'" "iti Road, Miami Beach, Ha •''-. 0/3 I l-U: I I IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 20741-B ft'.',-, s STATK '" WtD C. FRIEDMAN, a/k/a TiiSiJJ. '* FRIEDMAN. He. .-..-.-.1 NO T | CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR h,„ FINAL DISCHARGE V.I '" h *reliy given that I have Bi. i 'oi.il reporl and petition for P"..i His.-harge aa A.liuinixtrntrix of L of BERNARD C. PRIEDk BERNIE C. FRIEDMAN. L„ '"";; 1 .""1 'hat on the lith day of ". will apply to the Honor"• NK B iHiwi.iNi:. County i Dude County. Florida, for I of Mid final report ami for I 'i 'Us. hinge aa AdinlnlMratrlg of _' %  !„,, nf BERNARD C. FR1ED(?•>.• k i BKRNiK C. PRIKDr::.; N 'ieeeaned. """ h day of May. Ii5. •'/•VIK PRIBDMAN, -\dminlatratrla of the Mat* of "ERNARD C. FRIEDMAN. I EI'.NIE C. FRIEDMAN. IViii'i'K. Decaaaed lUorn.5 TAI.IANOPP P' Im i '"". Admlnlatratrix l Road. Miami Beach, ria. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B NOT,CE XXS!*, 4 F CT,T, o^s H#-3 C Y^i2 r.'m,.;:',.•',,':,'„,:,"""' ****< • %  < D^. WfiRTON BEIOE? tm R VPOKaB 00-11 i, 1 HI NOTICE /ND|R L FJCT.T.OU8 "L'RRAY SHAPIRO IKI ?SI' CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF gOHJfTV. IN CH ANCERYNo. nSS7 JOHN GREGO, Plaintiff, \ i Ri >8E QREOO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Rust: (1REOO 133 Hawthorn) Btreet Brook I) n. Men i You. ROBEORKOO, ar hereby notified that a itin „f Complaint ,,„. Olvorre hllN lieen filed against \ -.ti, and you ore required to aerve copy V,',„ y ""/ An -''' or Pleading to the Hill of < oniiilaiut on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE CHBRTKOP 007 Olympla Building. Miami, Put., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the nffiee of the cierk of the Circuit Courl on or before the llal day of June, I0S5. If you fall to do -., judgment hv default will be taken nK-iin.-t you for the relief demanded In ihe imi ,,f Complaint, Thli notice shall be pubuahed once eai-h week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FMiRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED m Miami, Fiorldu, thiIJth da) ot Ma \ D I i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, i ade i 'ounty, Florida B) W \l \\ STOCKING, (Circuit Court Sealt Ueput) Clerk ".'"-:•; — • %  3-io NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179503 Mill.I.Y APPEL, Plaintiff, \ i Jl >8EPH APPEL, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'in JOSEPH APPEL I'll Ross Street Brooklyn, N Y., NY. You, JOSEPH APPEL. are I not ii. ,i thai :i Bill of Complalnl for Divorce hat been riled against you, ami you are required to aervi a copi' Of your Annwer or heading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney*, GOLDMAN OOLDSTKIN, 1301 West Flagler Street, Miami. hloiidH. and file the orbjinal Anawei ' Pg •"• '"'".', %  ordi of Bade County, Florida, formerly deacrlbed yjf**fKl2? 14, ,, f Block "B", of MAII LITTLE FARMS, a •uMlvlslon nart of the Bouth Half of the KSh Half of Section ll.Tow"' shin %  '.< smith. Bange tn hjist i.....i,img to th, Hal thereof. recorded In Phi BookJ, % %  •*; %  *• %  of the Public Record! of D"..u are h.-reby.renulred o flie your defense of pleadings to thla 'with the clerk of the Circuit < ourt. SntafTnp any right, title tatOJH** claim held b) you, and ner%e a copy thereof on Plaintiffs attorneys on ^er;.^^:.'.'..,::^.^.:!;^.-— ai ,.,iifesed by yon. ,. lh Dated :ii Miami. Florida, this Iitn day of June.. '".,,, T 1|l:ltMAN clerk of the Clrcull Court in gad i'or Bade grfcA^cWoTER. Deputy Clerk HEN It V M CAIN and ARTIH R D OECKKLMAN i\V^ r FI-SU I TS r. i" Miami. Florid. 6/30-21 — O/J-10 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW II, N '7r K I S HKI,, : |, V OIVEN that he un.le,-s ll ..,u.,l. desiring to engage in sTgUni 'I-;!:'.!"" "•""••"•na.ne of SAFARI CREATIONS at CI07 Con. BjiMnw intend.'to reitterlSSd %  ',mi S'ft '"• rUrk ••' ,h Clrcalt "•'""•^^;; %  ;%  -. n.,r,.u. By: RICIIARI. RICK. I'resident k-i PI„.,?,^ NA ''"' K SecreUry HI Ri w l-.l.l.iscii Attornei nil i ongreai Building, Miami. Fla. %  •'-I — b/:l-l"-17 %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' NAME LAW %  h^V.l '"' %  l s li:,i,:i, v GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In AT I'Vw,.",'" 1 ''' ""• Rctltlous name of ALHAMBRA SUNDRIES, at ItlM -N W. ,th Avenue, North Miami, lni.mi to raglater aald name with the h-ik of the circuit Court of Dade ounty, Plorlda. HARRY WEI8ER JENNIE WEI8KR „ HERBERT WEISER NADLER K riNli'K Attorney! for Applicant! 411 Blaeayne itidg. : %  / %  •; — i i.io-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the mid.-i sinned, desiring to engage in luaineai under the flctltloui name of SOUTHERN PREIGHT FORWARDING COMPANY, ai 1030 N.W. tOth Btreet, Intends to raglater aald name with the ci.rk of the Circuit t'oui i Of Dade County, Plorlda. BTANLET Q MILLER L'i.-o7 — 6/3-10 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 33302-B RE: ESTATE OF PAUL B GRfJEN, Deceaai d NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that we have filed ..ur final report and petition for liiiiii Dtecharge ai co-admlnla* tratora of the estate of PAUL B GRL'EN, deceased; and that on the :'lh day of June. 1055, Will apply to the Honorable Prank B. DOWLINO, Count) -ludge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aa co-admlnlstraton of the Estate ..1 PAUL 8, GRL'EN, deceased, This 17th day of May, 1055. THEODORE BERMAN KURT MENDEL KURT 9VELLI8CH Attorney for co-admlnlatratori 1114-17 Congress Building, Miami, Pla. 5 .'"-"7 1/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179537 ROSEMARY HUGHES, Plaintiff, WH.I.IAM F. HUGHES, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; WILLIAM P. HUGHES, IT.74 I'.eio h Avenue, Brong, N.w York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint For Divorce And Other Relief has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint For Divorce And Other Relief, on the Plaintiffs attorneys, GENET %  QENET, 4"o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, EJorlda, and file the original Answer in the office ..r the Clerk of the Clrcull Court, on .u before the 10th day of June. 1055, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this IJth da) of Mas. is'.:.. E. B. LEATHERMAN, cierk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By; R II RICE, JH i Seal 1 Deputv Clerk GENET AGENET Attorneys for Plaintiff ti'ii Lincoln Ron.1. Miami Beach, FTa. JO-27 — 6/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 179468 MELV1N E. ASPDEN, Plaintiff. \ a, CLARICE M ASPDEN, Defendant TO; CLARICE M ASPDEN 1600 Marine Avenue Manhattan Beach, California You are required lo serve a copy of your anvw.r to the Rill of Complaint for Dlvorc 1 tinplaintiffs attorney, and to file the original niver HI the office of the Clerk of the ii Court on inbefore the lath day of June A.D.. 1055; otherwise, the Bill of Complalnl for DB heretofore filed ii in, will be taken a* oonfeaa1,1 i.\ you. Dated ai Miami. Florida, this the nth da) "I Ma) 1053 K I! LEATHERMAN, Cli ik ol thi I 'Ircult Court. I lade County, Plorlda. 11, M, C GREEN (Clrcull Oourl Seal) Deputy Clerk Nam.ami Address of plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN 10 ] sell...id Building. Miami, Florida i/ii-to-n 1/1 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 RKBN I BPBCTOR, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To SEENA BPBCTOR tl-M lath Street Long Island City, N.-w Y..ik. New \ork You ar,. hereby notified that a l.ill „f Complaint for Oivor.e has been filed agalnal you. and you are re.11.1 nil to serve s copy of your Answer ."'heading to the Bill of CompWnt M,.,'u N Mea!du"Elo,i..i. and flic the Co ,\ on 1 r before Ihe 11th day of lit.' LOW H >ou fail to do so, JUdg%  ;i,,,i' hv default "HI he taken against ST'tar the relief demanded in the %  ,! rg,NV: r AND a oRDERKD a. Miami. Florida, this 10th day of Ma). A.D. "'•' E H LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit ''o"". Imile Countv. Plorkla. By B. H. RICE, JR. .Clrrolt rourt Real) Deputy Clerk i/ii-io-n •/ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in sin.-ss under the fictitious name of >WELL ii RASE INSURANCE IENCY, at 1.170 Washington Av.-ie. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to mster said name with the Clerk of ie ( Ircult Court of Dade Countv lorida. HOWEIJ. O. KASE— 507e JACK KI'.AISi: -,BNOTICE 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. RUS8EL LOKOS. Defendant. TO KISSEL LOKOS Plerpont Hotel ".:, Plerpont Street Brooklyn, N.Y. You are required to serve a cop\ of mil] atisw.-r to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the offkn of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or In-fore the 13th dav of June. A.D.. 1055; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will lie taken as confessed by you. Dated al Miami, Florida, this the llth day of May, !! %  :,:. E. II LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court. Had. Countv, Florida. By: \VM. W. STOCKING, (Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy i lerK Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor; MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1 % %  _-:: Seybold Building, Miami. Florida %  1 13-20-27 6 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BLI2SZARD l'.\N COMPANY, at 212 S.W. "ih St., intends to register aald name with the cl.-rk of the Circuit Court 01 Dad. County, Florida. M. .v. KI.ASS. Owner :,'L'7 — 0/2-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring to engage in busineaa under the fictitious num. ol GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, at 250 Lincoln Road, intends to rem-i.-i aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coin 1 of Dad,. County, Florida DICK SII.MK MITCHELL If. GOLDMAN Attorney for Applicant ::n; SeyboM Bldg. r. 27 — /3-10-17 1.. to Quiet Title i" the real propertj has bean fifed against you, and > ol a copy of your to the tl 1,.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GENERAL SERVICES CO (nol lie >, at S325 S.W, 03rd Court, Miami, Florida (p. 11. Box 1123, International Airport. Miami. Florida), intends to reglater said num.with the Clerk ,,f the Clrcull Court of Dade County. MERWIN ROBENBERA T ILIANOFF, w ALLER a GREENBERG Attoi ne} for Applicant 42l> Lincoln Road. Miami He..eh. M.i. ", 2"-27 — S/a-1 (1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name of DIXIE QUEEN, at 13200 W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami. Intend! lo regls1,1 -aid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PHILIP REICHERT FRED MORGAN KESSI.ER CARS Aii.n infor Applicants 17s2 W. Flagler St. Ii 10-27 — 6/3-10 required to set t Answer or Pleading Hill of Complaint on the PlainBill of Complaint shall be pubuahed once each week for four (II consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, ihis 1Mb day of May, A.D. E II LEATHERMAN. cl.-rk. circuit Court Dade County. Florida Bj JOAN COURNOYER, (Circuit Court S.-ali Deputy Clerk GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney tor Plaintiffs 107 Olympla Building. Miami .,-'. F1.1. 1/1-10-1" ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jewish ncridlian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • • Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ATTEMTIOM ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Price* — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43*36 I



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)A Y, I UNE 3, 1955 iLOBAL SHORTS PAGE 3 B nains from Bar Kochba n'orf Discovered in Israel I i.M (JTA) — New dig' Tlt which throw additional ... known facts, o(.,Hr rcs ,n as^nrt the K<> 32 C.E. have been made xcavationa in the Ju!. the Israel Covcrnrtment <>i Antiquities here this week. Zvi Greeted by jian Officials at Naples E (JTA) — Israel President /\ i received local itaiI and representitives of Jewry aboard the vessel when it arrived in Naples The President woo is on ) %  ranean cruise, has not •the Israel vessel at any port L Rome Chief Rabbi Elio |; nvited the President to visit I oldest Jewish commuthe Arch of Titus re|t humanity of Israel's fall and Dr. Giorgio Zevi, presiIhe I'nion of Italian Jewish bnunities, greeted President in the name of Italian Itrinn Chancellor Proposes pms Meeting in June j; \\ \ JTA)—A proposal that |rh and Austrian experts meet %  to consider Jewish sugr extending legislation Restitution for individual vie i Nazism was made here this li\ chancellor Julius Raab Wing a meeting of the AusCabinet. However, under schedule Parliament cannot ^ .ill legislation in this before October. 400,000 Children Attend U.S. Jewish Schools, Educators Say ATLANTIC CITY fWNS) Some lUdren ai ,h„,i ale are at'<-...iu<:.; -Jewish, schools tnroiujhout iiio United Slavs'. U .,, reported here at the annual conference o( the National Council for Jewish Education, at which 300 •''"••'' educators were present This figure, it was stated, was a new high in Jewish school attendance. AboiH 30.000 pupils, or nine percent ..f the total, attended Jewish all-day schools, as compared with two percent of the total attending all-day schools a generation ago. Naval Vessel Reaches Italy; Cadets and Crew Honored ROME (JTA)—The Israel naval vessel Misgav arrived at the Italian port of leghorn with 30 cadets of I the Israel Navy. The cadets, completing a three year training course with this cruise, visited ports in South Africa. Gold Coast and Liberia, before steaming into Leghorn. In Liberia, the President paid a visit to the vessel, accompanied by members of the diplomatic corps. | Anti-Semitism in Spain nco Tells U.S. Newsman EW YORK (JTA) —Generalis-co Franco, the Spanish ol State, was quoted by an Irican newspaperman last week leclaring that "there never has f. anti-Semitism in Spain" and is n me now. The Spanish !or\ statement was made to Jd Laurence, editor of the U.S. Find World Report. It was inin a copyright interview in nagazinc. Mr. Lawrence said [.-.-ied Franco whether it was that in Spain there is some Semitism." "I deny that abRe.y." answered the GaneralisDr. I. T. Kelley (left), assistant director. Division of Instruction of the State Department of Education at Tallahassee and supervisor of teacher education and school accreditation, discusses with Abraham M. Cassel (center), director of Oxford School, recent accreditation granted Oxford and the school's future plans. E. Browning, Dr. Kelley's assistant, looks on. GEFILTE FISH Lehman Criticizes Failure To Ratify Genocide Pact NEW YORK (JTA)—Sen Herbert H. Lehman criticized the Eisenhower Administration here for failing to urge the Senate to ratify the I'nited Nations Convention Against Genocide, despite prom ises to do so The Senator called this inaction "shameful" and called upon the Senate to show its moral "determination" by moving toward passage of the convention |. Envoy Seeks to Halt or East Border Clashes H I SALEM (WNS — Ambassa I B. Lawson, of the States, visited Premier f-rSharetl last weekend to dis till tense situation along aza border strip which was (en' of a two-hour artillery machine gun battle between I and Israeli soldiers. Acinformed sources, Mr. n advised Premier Sharett to c a policy of "moderation" and perate fully with Maj. Gen. M Burns, Canadian chief of tailed Nations truce staff. Former French President Confers With Leaders Here NEW YORK (JTA) — Vincent Auriol. former President of France, left for Washington after conferring with prominent American Jewish leaders at a luncheon tendered in his honor by the World Jewish Congress at the Hotel Plaza here. M. Auriol noted that he had entered public life more than 50 years ago when he joined Emile Zola and others during the Dreyfus Affair. Since that time, the French leader asserted. "I have always worked against racialism and fought to preserve human dignity, because no peace is possible if racialism is rampant." ton Dedicates National fine for Jewish Dead ISHMGTON (WNS)—The Nate 1 Shrine for the Jewish War fi located here at 1712 New Bpshirc ave., was dedicated last >': bj Vice President Richard |N Mm The shrine was erected [' Jewish War Veterans whose commander, Joseph F. p. ol Washington, spoke at the licatinn ceremonies. Dr. Goldmann Pays Tribute To Late Professor Brodsky LONDON (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann was principal speaker here at a dinner for the Brodctsky Memorial Fund, which aims to establish a forest in Israel bearing the name of Prof Selig Brodctsky. the late world Zionist leader and president of the Hebrew University. Part of the fund will also be used for the endowment of a Brodctsky ward in an Israel hospital and for the creation of a scholar ship in memory of Prof. Brodctsky, Officials Make Surprise Visit To Oxford School Oxford School, of 1204-54 West ave., has been given a surprise visit by two officials of the State Department of Education. Appearing on the Oxford School campus last week were Dr. J. T. Kelley. assistant director of the Division of Instruction, and E. B. Browning, also of the division. In addition to his duties as assistant director. Dr. Kelley is in charge of teacher education and school accreditation for the State of Florida. The visitors spent several hours on the Oxford campus, inspecting facilities and congratulating Abraham M. Cassel, school director, "for receiving full accreditation from the Department of Education." Dr. Kelley also expressed his "surprise over the school's, successful accomplishments during its short period of existance." Director Cassel discussed future plans with the officials, and emphasis was laid on possible new additions and improvements to Oxford. On Wednesday, the school held its first graduation exercises, when diplomas were issued and awards made. Oxford will conduct a camping program during t h e months. Cassel said 2= LEARN SHORTHAND IN (?) WE EKS SHORTHAND FAMOUS ABC SYSTEM Speedwriting O SIGNS— NO SYMBOLS—JUSES obc'i Air Conditioned Classrooms %  CHARRON-WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 111 S. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 82-554? Higious Court System ssed by Israel Parliament PN SALEM (JTA)—A bill es Fining a religious court system r i p: ; ,sp 1 hy the Israel Parlia F> this week by a vote of 24 to lowing a rough session. "> of the Mapai Party wie abstained on the vote and • right wing Herut deputies ab"" %  '" '"emselvea from the chamU.S. to Resume Sending Free Surplus Food Supplies WASHINGTON (JTA) — Plans are being advanced here for an i early resumption of the flow of | free United States Government surplus food supplies for Israel's needy through Hadassah. it was learned this week from Depart ment of Agriculture sources This program was suspended for Israel on March 28, 1954 Included in the gift food will be butter, cheese, cottonseed oil. shortening and other staples. New York State Board Raps Quota for Officers NEW YORK (WNS)—The practice of appointing probation officers in the Children's Court of the City of New York pursuant to a religious quota system wea UUs week unanimously disapproved by the New York State Probation Commission after a hearing arising out of a complaint. TV Dramatization Available for Showing "Almanac of Liberty." "Studio 'one" TV dramatization of the Bill |of Rights, is now available in Miami for showing on kinescope film in the Films for Democracy Library of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The film includes the national telecast presentation made by the ADL of the Americas Democratic Legacy Award to the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations and Carnegia Corporation and the state ment by I'nited States Supreme, Court Justice William O. Douglas author of the book. "An Almanac of Liberty." on which the film dramatization is based. ^''"SAVINGS \ /' ACCOUNTS.-1 |i 2