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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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
IME 29Number 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
NSON IN MAJOR ADDRESS
ffc in Jewry's Future Keynote
If Closing National Tercentenary
Celebration Held in New York
U.S. Reveals Lease of Uranium to Israel
For Atomic Energy Research Progams
YORK (WNS>The nine-
; wince of the American
Tercentenary came to a
ere during ceremonies at
e Hall where prominent
leaders stressed the theme
opportunities and Respon-
. Indcr Freedom" and
pressions of faith in
Ittirc of America and contin-
lewish participation in the
. i the country.
| iii! the event wa> Ml
sdlal E Stevenson, who
lent!) predicted that a cen-
IhTicp "our descendants will
ting the 400th annivr-
|di the first Jewish migration
and abundant nation
!ng in a spacious and peace-
RcorM He said American
ntitled to great and de-
.'i-faction, and also to
'ion of their fellow
Ir.unen of all faiths" for "all
h.i\ wrought, for this nation.
es, for the brave new
inlic ol Israel across the BM,
ithert and sisters in need
-.cry-where in the
S'evenson recalled that "all
ruled from immigrants
11 evniutionist.-" anil th.it
h is in large part due
ultiplicitl Of racial, roll
cultural strands woven
I 'o the fabric of Ameri
ll iding that "it la this
I which gives us today
I
li
Adlai Stevenson
. "great satisfaction"
WASHINGTON (JTA)-The United States and
Israel entered into a pact promoting the peaceful use
of atomic energy under which six kilograms of
uranium are to be leased to Israel for research pur-
poses. This atomic fuel will be used in Israel for
the reactor or reactors to be erected there.
An arrangement for the transfer to Israel of
uranium, in the specified amount, enriched up to
a maximum of 20 percent in the isotope U-235 was
initialed this weekend at the State Department. Sig-
natories included Admiral Lewis Strauss, chairman
of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; George V.
Allen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern
Allans; and Israel Ambassador Abba Eban.
The agreementfull text of which will be pub-
lished shortlypoints out that the "Government of
Israel desires to pursue a research and development
program looking towards the realization of the peace-
ful and humanitarian uses of atomic energy and
desires to obtain assistance from the Government
of the United States of America and United States
industry with respect to this program." and that
the "United Stales Government, represented by the
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, desires to assist
the Government ol Israel in such a program."
In addition to the lease of the enriched uranium.
the agreement also covers the supply by the United
States of unclassified information in the design, con-
GIRMN AMBASSADOR SAYS JIWS WtMJ Xff UEO;
Krekeler Tells Press Club War Crimes
Trials 'Played No Role' in Bonn Revival
WASHINGTON i.'TAi The reason Wesl G
mam todaj ha......m Jews Is that the) were "ex
pellcd." according to German Vrobassador
r opportunity for >u-[Krekeler wl, m.lvU, this explanation to the National
direction of this fateful pn,'s (.,ub hcri, Tne ,,,!, jg that .lews would have
preferred being "expelled" to the mass murder
we can realize our which actually took place. Pi Krekeler did describe
ih' only "as we honor our t(l(. alleged "expulsion" as having been conducted
the t989 Democratic ..ru,hk.sv|v But as a newly remilitarized sovereign
''Germany looms on the horizon. Dr. Krekeler openly
revealed his lack ol enthusiasm for the war crimes
struction and operation of research reactors and
their use as research, development and engineering
tools and in medical therapy; health and safety prob-
lems related to the operation and use of research re-
actors; and the use of radioactive isotopes in ph -i-
cal and biological research, therapy, agriculture and
industry.
Admiral Strauss, at the signing ceremony, ex-
pressed President Eisenhower's interest and pleas-
ure over the pact. Secretary Allen said he was happy
to see the agreement formalized and was confident
any experimental reactor built in Israel would bene-
fit not only Israel but the whole world. Ambassador
Eban paid tribute to President Eisenhower's "states-
manlike initiative" at the United Nations in the
proposals for the peaceful use of atomic power. He
said the agreement has evoked deep interest amo
the Israel Government, people and scientists.
This agreement will enable Israelis to acquire in
their own country, valuable training and experience
in nuclear science and engineering for the develop-
ment of peaceful uses of atomic energy including
civilian nuclear power. Under the provisions of the
U.S. Atomic Energy Act of 1954. certain procedural
steps must be taken by the executive and legislative
branches of the United States before the initialed
agreement may be signed and entered into force
----------------- Research reactors such as those
I to be erected in Israel and poW"
'ered by the enriched uranium
leased from the United States are
useful in the production of radio-
isotopes for medical, agricultural,
industrial and other purposes. I--
rael scientists have for some
been engaged in fundamental re-
search in nuclear physics and. :
(certain aspects of the practical ap-
plication of atomic energy tor
trials that followed World War II. An attempt was ; peaceful purposes. An Israel Atom-
ic ai "people who
: h they regretted the
that anyone dared come to
alter 1776" he won-
h' w different the history of
might have been if the
;. million people who
America between the
folution ami the last war had
in Europe how much
t< i Europe would have been
in art, in industry, in
Jit and influence" and
Powell Named Miami Beach Mayor;
Liberman. Richard and Halperin Win
Continutd on Pag* 3 A
Miami Beach City Council late
Wednesday named D. Lee Powell
to be Beach mayor for the next
..two year- Powell led a field of
w feeble and underdeveloped : eight candidates in Tuesday's run-
"n dear land would be." Re off election and was voted top
the "misguided policy" man with a total of 6,570 tallies.
Named vice mayor by the city
-council was Marcie I.iberman, who
received 6.333 ballots. Both men
were successful incumbents, who
ran to succeed themselves. For-
mer Councilman Melvin .1. Richard,
who led 11 candidates in the pri-
mary election last week. wa. M
corded third spot by Miami Beach
voters. .
PoweM Liberman and Richard
will each serve foul year terms on
the ci'.v council. Serving with
, them Will be fourth man. Samuel
Halperin. Beach businessman, who
ballotted 5,375 tallies
Eliminated in the Tuesday run-
' off were the following candidates
' Leonard A. Wien. 5.106; Counci -
man Harold Turk. 4.802, Council.
, man Burnett Roth, 4.114; and
j Charles Hall. 3.568
Major surprise in the election
1 was a turnout of 14.281 voters or
i 71 75 percent ol those registered.
| This number topped a Pf*Y0"f|c;
ord set in 1953 of 13.429 ballots.
when Mayor Harold Shapiro
high of
The Beach elections also decided
thit municipal improvements
worth S4,100.000 would be in order,
when 11 of 13 projects were ap-
proved in the bond election. Re-
turns showed late Wednesday that
only a proposed fishing pier exten-
sion in South Beach and a new
auditorium in North Beach were
defeated by freeholders.
made by him to minimize the monstrosity of Nazi
crimes. He indicated a belief that punishment of
leading Nazis did nothing to serve democracy in
Germany.
Ii was apparent from what Dr. Krekeler told the
National Press Club that he would have preferred
the handling of the war crimes issue by German
lather than Allied courts. Dr. Krekeler said the
rials -played no role ... in the establishment of
our democratic institutions."
The German diplomatic mission here maintains
that the question of German anti-
Semitism should be "forgotten."
Dr. Krekeler has pointed to Ger-
many's reparations treaty with Is-
rael and the defeat of neo-Nazis
! parties in elections since 1949.
Meanwhile, he lauded the Nazi
conductor Herbert von Karajan
and praised the visit of the Berlin
Philharmonic Orchestra as a dem-
onstration of Germany's "new"
culture.
German diplomats were recently
embarrassed when an important
German newspaper reported that
war criminals' families are receiv-
ic Energy Commission was estab-
lished in 1952 by David Ben Gur-
ion. then Prime Minister of I
Continued on Pege 11 A
Admiral lewis Straws*
. interest end pleasure
PRESIDENT TELLS LEADERS HE'S 'PEUCHTEP'
United Appeal Sites Eisenhower for His Assistance
0. lee f.well
ceived an all-time
re-
6.757
successful mca*Mt taUles.
WASHINGTON (WNSi Presi-
dent Eisenhower, on receiving a
United Jewish Appeal delegation
which presented him with a ci-
tation for his "distinguished hu-
manitarian service to victims of
Nazi tyranny." declared last week
he was interested in the fate of
the European Jews who were lib-
erated from the Nazi camps ten
vears ago and that he hoped "all
these people are now living in
health and happiness, or at least
under conditions that are those of
self respect and decency."
Presentation of the award was
ade by a 12-mn UJA dclega-
headed by William Rosen-
national chairman, in com-
ni
tion
memoration of the tenth anniver-
sary of the liberation of the vic-
tims of Nazi tyranny. On receiv-
ing the award, an ancient Lamp
of Freedom, the President said
he was "delighted on behalf of
the Allied forces who, advancing
from the West, did so much to
crush Nazi tyranny, to accept this
beautiful and ancient relic of
Jewish civilization." He was "cer-
tain," the President told the UJA
delegation, that "those forces
the American forces and the Al-
lies were representing only
what we would call the heart of
freedom, the belief that all peo-
ple are entitled to life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness and
that "where these are denied one
man. they are threatened for
all."
"And so I am sure." Mr. Eis-
enhower continued, "those forces
felt that in uncovering these
camps, relieving the disasters
and correcting the terrible con-
ditions under which those peo-
ple were living, they were not
doing it fundamentally and mere-
lv because they were Jews, or
anybody else. They were unfor-
tunate human beings, and I think
the heart of America and the
heart of Britain and France and
the other Western Powers re-
sponded to that kind of inspira-
tion and were delighted to do it."


PAGE 2 A
Zamora to Install
Abe Maloff Sunday
Abo Maloff will bo installed
president o( Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter Sundaj even i_\ m
the DiUdo hotel. Iirttflini offi-
cer will be Miami Mayor Abe Are
BOVttS
others to hide
N.u P.-n idow, \i.. :it. Mor-
+J(istncrSdtor
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Lawn Card Pert*
Due
Beth David Names
Education and
Youth Director
Isidore Dtckman was thi^ wed
appointed edueetioi youth
B to D
Uon. announced Herbert E Scher
lent
to Miami
\ where hi
ed .1-
pic .'<.-h Temple ..!..I i en
tor 1!< hi* 1 h,
I ot Pittsburgh Dick
man ...to ol the Teacher's
iduate
School of Business Adaunisti
an.) the Gradaate Sehot

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S
He > .. membt r : tin N l
S rial i rkers,
\ in m of
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Community tenter, was elected to
the national executive committee
of Die National IVMPHUon of
Jewish tenter Workers in v
tic City at the assoewnon's an
nual meeting.
Gait, who has been executive
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JUNE 10. 1955
JenistrhrkHan
in Future
iote of Closing
[centenary Fete
ontinued from Pjr 1 A
, he said, "has of late not
En-vented us from helping to
Rhr world's grievous wounds,
L, strangled this flow of new
| and energy." Mr, Stevenson
L| hope that our current im
\\v a needed revision an
lh"e steps recently and at long
Announced will succeed."
Herbert H. Lehman in an
Eg asserted it was appropriate
|js occasion "to take stock and
fled on the meaning for the
of this observance of the
F Dwelling on the significance
1p Tercentenary observance,
prner Governor of New York
[the nine-month celebration
becasion for renewing and re-
ninu "the foundations of our
as Jews." for reviewing and
using "the basis of our dc-
I, \merieans" and for re-
the contributions which
and Judaism have made to
ft i The tercentenary cele-
hi, Senator Lehman declared,
[not been motivated by a J for congratulation for past
Ivments," adding that "the ac-
llishments of yesterday do but _
|j,h a measure for the chal-
of tomorrow." Today's mis- j
f.,i Jews, as of all Americans,!
verted, "furnishes the true
be of this Tercentenary." That
on, Senator Lehman said, "is
to proclaim liberty through
Ithe land, to uphold justice, to
mercy, and to walk humbly
our God."
PAGE 3 A
Wins Courtesy Award
__A^courteous_ and solicitous at-
titude" won" the~Miami BeachCham-
ber of Commerce courtesy award
this week for Miss Elda Scherer,
Leo Eisenstein, courtesy commit-
tee chairman, announced.
Orchestra in Concert
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
will present a concert Sunday eve-
ning, June 12, in Flamingo Park.
Conductor is Barnett Breeslin.
Stan Porter, baritone, will be Jo-
ist.
Agers Plan Convention
Senior Judaea Region
fcer 100 teen agers and their
lers from the eight state
Jhern Senior Judaea region will
from June 14 to 21 at Camp
Star in Hendersonville, N.C.,
Irding to an announcement
p by Boh Clein, president.
Berne of the seven-day camp
convention is "My Loyalties."
Mission groups on these topics
I be led by Mrs. Jack Levy, pres-
et. Southeastern Hadassah; Mrs.
poscovitz, past chairman, South-
Z;onist Youth Commission;
Phyllis Barzillay, director,
Itimore Zionist Youth Commis-
h; Rabbi Joshua Sodden, Jack-
ville. Ha ; Chaim Avraham, Is-
I: Herman Popkin, former youth
ector: Aharon Gelles, Israel.
workshops on various phases of
I Young Judaea program will be
by Shirley Dolgoff, Barry
-e and Harriet Witten. vice
Isidents; and by the following
|irmi n: Doris Naimark. Ameri-
affairs; Joyce Alpcrn, Zionist
Israel; Stephen Puldy, group
; Goldye Naftulin, histor-
t. Raymon Sauer. Israeli proj-
1.-. Carol Wearb, Jewish living;
rry Pike, publication: George
trn national affairs; Evelyn Lip-
In. secretary; and Shirley Ann
lick, treasurer.
Contributions totalling SI,295,000 have been raised to date
toward the four million dollar cost of a new Mount Sinai Hos-
pital of Greater Miami. Samuel C. Levenson (right), campaign
chairman of the week, told Dr. S. Charles Werblow (left), chair-
man of the physicians and surgeons committee, at a report
luncheon. The total is approximately 5100,000 greater than
that reported a week ago.
Pythian Sunshine Girls
Hold Installation of Officers
Dorothy Coburn was elected:
royal princess of Roosevelt Jewels, ]
Pythian Sunshine Girls, at recent
installation ceremonies in Zamora
Jewish Center.
Others named to office were Ina
Cohen, junior past royal princess;
Sandra Deutsch. charity; Helen
Kessler, friendship; Barbara Wax-
ier, royal prelate; Irene Scherrer.
royal recorder; Joy Davidown.
royal exchequer.
Loretta Kaufman, royal guide;
Bea Sladowsky, mystic one: Joan
Holstein, royal warden; Harriet Os-
trie. royal .sentinel; Sandra Cotzin,
musician; Mrs. Peggy Coburn,
royal advisor; Doris Barkan. cor-
respondent; and Paula Jacoby,
Lynn Hankin and Cyntia Rachev-
sky, trustees.
Other advisors include the Mes-
dames Mildred Cotzin. Ethel
Greenbaum. Yctta Rubier. Bessie
Block and Yetta I.ubitz.
Installing officers were Sheila
Rubier, grand royal princess; Doris
Barkan, grand royal prelate: Paula
Jacoby, ifrand royal guide: and
Elaine Rabin, grand royal mystic,
Barusch Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Aleck S.
BaruscV, formerly of 4173 SW 11th
st.. will take place Sunday. June
12, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciating. Mr. Barusch is survived by
his wife, Margaret; two daughters,
Mrs. Janie Schreiber and Mrs.
Rene Allan; two brothers, Samuel
and Saul; and four sisters, includ-
ing Mrs. Evelyn Kaplan, of Miami.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
League Meets Sunday
National Fellowship League is
holding a gathering Sunday eve-
ning at 3098 Alton rd., Miami
Beach. Future activities of the
club, including dances, lectures,
card parties and cocktail parties,
will be held at an oceanfront hotel.
|iami Accountant Named
Havana Faculty
A Miami CPA, Victor I. Eber,
b I educational honor' last
> an international scale by
lintment as instructor at
Havana Bus-
*!> I niversity.
who h
on the
fully of the
diversity of Mi-
ni, will teach
irses in pub
" e 1 a t ions,
man! and
ountancy dur-
ibe summer
rm
"'' is chairman Victor I. ffcer
'he public relations committee
Pi the Florida Institute of CPA's,
Pado County Chapter, internation-
V relations chairman of the Mi-
jmi Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Pnd auditing chairman of the Mi
p| Beach Elks.
Eber was recently named au-
P'tor of Junior Chamber Interna-
tional, an organization comprising
membership in 63 countries.
Card Party Saturday
Card party sponsored by Miami
Beach Post of Jewish War Veter-
ans will be held jointly with its
auxiliary on Saturday evening in
the New Yorker hotel.
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A. i s
y LIO MINDLIN
A PEOPLE with a sense of kinhiD in ,
understanding, we all of us support the State ix"*
our* means As a minority group in the r s ^ ; culture and society, we have often placed',,,,,l%*<
on the block of public opprobrium toS,^. T*****
nothing more delightful than acquiring the rrt ,** ^
forging the "good life." which offer. *-* pri* i
Ntw law Needed-Nat Rtm**
I President has suggested
point progro:
Emergoncy Refugee Re. r- A.- "'-* -

issue.
LXuino hia ,:a Jo the -at-* aeacy
Eisenhower pronusev
attempt to deal
aeon Law. Mi 1
on this plonk of ha
ibajnd rv- .x:.
NathMMl Cowril mti rkc Foreign lorn
*Kioe,
soda! challenge and a'maximum of protecti^'"^ "
environment. "JentifK
As supporters of Israel. thi< we have e> our anonymity here because hitort has tauzht eh*V
remain comfortably anonymous nowhere f, 1ha! *|
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: oi lew --.er. here teh that the "J'*** "* '"dividual Jew ,< forced to exa, **
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5 I students were \m
But the Jewish role in politics is todav another m.
-pporter of L car-d then hist u^ P*1*00*1 "^ local scene for eridenei 0f pS^l\
SZ-r ff *** ?*. *'thJ^ P .,,,, .,^^,, teft PO"***** *1^" >* tradrtjonally aiaiij md .hJJr
^laauotion exerc-^es oresHoo ^ ^....^^___,___...^ "wrei.
wore noid a na
exercasw moihed
..-* rocs r_-^^ r
:v-e
ests of his nation and the State of Israel see-ingh'Z-1
place the American Jew beyond reproach
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liMO Ci -\>r-.- -^aaos.
_-w a =^:rse d lecasd Aar ajaj erea
i suanbec aas s. erea
\.t as ; s^a^ie sacre aode
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^fcvjaa-C.as '~'-ir st aacoarajea.
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r Acs aac aw -n imi anwn aj
atvasiiatcn.
pression of sympathetic understanding toward tK.
,* tor ^FarwrjBorn jewuh StaU would r** be^d^Tl.; ea^he e^iai
Seaaar High School These and cranny of the political spectrum for a kind eaVwS?
he od of ac aapoctaat senr- I think this is sacrifice enough for any people ifS
L-.e aoa. aecticc our com- no one can demand a greater statement of loyalty towS;
s the coocuess new Aaexv x*eal The acceptance of the burden of acting as an indmd
beaeaaec bv ateaa The end o'.'wuK stripped from his protective idem
-iar serrvw of the wxjeaen s organ- i kimeelf to brutal public and aeJf-aaai: u ihm?i
Aawacy a_ee .-ears aac Ca_a.-.! aeoarr.e
"JS DP no* DOES the intelligent Jew demand gratnwfe w -]
- was aeceoa^aa ate Ae dV lar honor in this regard If he has leaned a.vth*g at ai
a andenncs of his people he knows he can auk* w wT(
*s there is a separateness- about aiav try i- he tnayat
m acacner to avwid it aaoons like the Nataonal Coaaml iar Jadaaa are a a* S1
They exist precisely because their leaders kn: that Brohnrii
the Jew represecu ~aeparatewess~ to hat neighbor Tat
these groups ts to deny this terwiUcxal fact i-actioi
mates thesr ihanh
N^- l^shat anganch rimmualy known matter? betual
roara af Pubhc In "'_!*' '*"*"_tn^matif hes m has failure to hok
*=-Jcaan saace oak ever rc^spc^srcrscup at the T** T*- ** fhimpimi And. af thts dees *?. acid tree i
*" "kis caaap But wweid seem rather
every satwataoai We away reeognat the htstonc i^xufkaaaa
prtbwg aeed of the enatrgmxt of the Jcwah State a an!
| dartaSe that we he tnt to rnDm hen entxaa I
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JUNE10, 1955_________
lomer Marsh
leaker
Ixercises
n,(! K Marsh. Dean of the
[.Medicine, I'niversity of
.hcduled principal
at the fourth graduation
the Hebrew Academy,
fexander S. Gross, princi-
lunced.
took place Thursday
I Hibiscus Auditorium.
;, his arrival in Miami in
Marsh was Dean of the
Medicine, University of
I, He received his F'hD
bacteriology in 1938 and
Dinted Professor of Bac-
jn the School of Medi-
liversity of Oklahoma, in
(ration was delivered by
fchapiro, and the benedic-
jrwng Kelemer, both mem-
the graduating class.
[were distributed by He-
ed-my Women and He-
tademy P.T.A.
rnalism award was pre
The Jewish Floridian.
r.rnial Essay Contest award,
sixth grader by the
e of Miami Beach, was
"Doc"
-JewlstrhrkHain
_________PAGE 5 A
Flagler Center Religious
School in Closing Exercises
Closing exercises of the relig-
ious school of the Flagler-Oranada
Jewish Community Center were to
be held on Thursday, with Rev. Leo
Ilcim in charae of the program.
Mrs. Matilda ftatner, president of
the Bureau of .Jewish Kducation of
Greater Miami, was principal
speaker.
Morris Fisher awards for chil-
dren of good conduct, high scholas-
tical achievement and junior serv-
ices participation in the past
school year were presented by Har-
old Strumpf, president, and Irving
Lax. chairman of the education
committee of the Center.
Hebrew Academy graduates 19 students
who completed an eight-year elementary
course at the school. Standing top row (left
to right) are Nathaniel Zemel. Melvin Sofia,
Ira Imberman, Robert Simon, Irving Wolfe,
Harvey Finkelstein. Middle row are Nathan-
iel Lauer. Vickpr James Dublin, Rabbi Mor-
ris Horovitz. instructor. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, Alfred Cosman, instructor.
George Goldring, Sidney Shapiro, Seymour
Spolter. Seated are Herbert Rubinstein, Irv-
ing Kelemer, Valerie Mamches, Helen Herz,
Sandra Katz, Peter Klein, Melvin Ciment.
UM Teacher to Talk
Prof. Arno Hill, of the Speech
by Maurice
nu.'-ixth grade students | Department at the University of
Also presented were a
Students in Service
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
annual baccalaureate service dedi-
cated to the graduating class of the
Miami Beach Senior High School
Saturday morning. Student partici-
pation in the service will be by
Ronald Lovitt who will offer the
invocation: Joseph Schwartz, pres-
ident of the graduating class, who
will extend greetings; and Diane
Rubenstein, who will lead in re-
Miami, will address the Women's (Thursday evening, June 16. Pro-'sponsive reading. Mr. Irvin Katz,
| principal of Miami Beach Senior
Group of the Flagler-Granada gram chairman is Mrs. Harry pan-.Hjgh Scnooi wju aiso extend
Jewish Community Center on sky. greetings._______________^_
Kti Scholarship award and
Harry Genet Hebrew
I
ating clas- consists of the
tn students: Victor Azrak.
Dublin. Melvin Ciment,
Lelstein, George Gold-
lelcn Herz. Ira Imberman,
Katz, Irving Kelemer.
Klein, Nathaniel Lauer,
ches, Herbert Rubin
Melvin Safra. Sidney Sha-
ll,, ri Simon. Seymour Spol
lfe and Nathaniel
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The Miami Beach resi-
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Jock Pecfor Installed
Jack Pector became the
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ni Opti Mrs Club at an in-
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Heen mMalled are: Mrs.
>rB. Little. Mrs Roy L. Jones,
I'lonts; Mrs. Milford
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Kekell, treasurer.
"e installing officer was Mrs.
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fourth district of Opt i Mrs
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>k~i*trtork/i?r

Miss Myrna Friedman Choosea White
Ballerina ror Wedding to Richard Levin
tii:\!.i\. May 28. was the date bent m.in and Harvey Erlich
JJTDAY
se< b) Miss Myrna Phyllis Pried-
for her marriage to Mr Rich
S.ii". lei I.ovin Mis~ Fricdm.in
Mer .'i mi sybu i.
S T. 1521 Michigan ave Miami
h
i he son of Or Carl
S Levin, ChieaflD, in. and kfrt
km Levin. Catauna hotel, Miami
h Rabbi Mayer Abramowittl
i Mated at the 8 pin CtremOB)
Im hapel of (be North So
-h Center Ren Kaufman wai
Phyllis Priedson
Weds Mr. Dollinger
ss Phyllis Friedsoa became
u irard Dollnifler la ceremon-
ies evening June 4 at
\ hotel Rabbi H loon
Z I m o r i Jewish Center
'.) i ler. officii I
o is (he dau
and Mrs Hi rrj Frieda
Mi giore. Coral Gables Mr Dol-
' er's parent! are tin- Joseph
tigers ol Huntingd P
v. -wed Mr- Dollinger was
i in marriage by her lather
v | ol honor w.i> Dorothy Elo-
v Si-.;-. Kncdsofl and Ann 1
t ware brideunaids,
-I man was Herhert Herman.
the
usher
The hride choM> I white haMer-
ina M Swill embroidered whttc or-
gandj over sheUpink taffeta, with
scalloped hemline and Peter Pan
collar Her shoulder length tnple-
tiered veil of French Illusion was
held rn place by a coronet of
handclipped lace and seedpearl de-
iip she carried a white aatin cov-
ered bridal Bihie centered with
tWQ while hybrid orchids and
showered with Ktephanotis
The matron of honor and sister
Ol the bride. Mrs .lack Rcibel. who
came from New York to attend her
sister wore a grej brocaded silk
ballerina with matching Jacket and
earned i modified colonial bou-
quet ol cavalier roam
Sulatr, mother of tin bride.
, ekl a n ot ashes of
roses tissue satin and a wristlet ol
creamcolored orchid Mrs I
mother ol the groffl, chose blue
CH pe and lace and cream colored
orchid corsage A reception and
wedding dinner were held at the
Algiers hotel Fran Ash took
charge ol the guestbook Floral de-
signs were arranged by the Black
stone Flower shops
The bride is a graduate of Mi
ami Beach Senior High School. The
v Robert BUinport and Donald ITOOm graduated from Nicholas
lei acting ushers
- Dollinger graduated from
:\ Senior N Ml and at
: ed the Universal) ol Florida
; two rears She i- aoa a sopho-
at the l aiversit) ol Miami
ie ^ r i ont graduated from
V rtingdon High School and .,t-
Senn High School in Chicago and
the School of Architecture in
Gainesville. Kla.
For her going away costume, the
bride chose a navy and white print
ensemble of polished cotton with
white accessories and double white
orchid corsage I'pon completion of
ed I wnell University tor two a honeymoon trip to Chicago and
He is now a junior at the V I Jacksonville, the newly wed Mr
whore he belongs to Beta Sig- and Mrs. Levin will reside at 1521
. Rh i traternity I Michigan ave
Leila Stein Plans For Jnlv Weddinc
hi
gurerut) ol Miami graduates
and Alan I Marcus are
nmg to be married
rs trving Stein mother of the
announces the engage-
and her daughter live at
11 maid Owen Ablin
I conies Her Ranee
r and Mrs Davis Goldstein,
N V announce the
their daughter.
e l < Donald Owen Ablin. son
rs Jack tblui gMt North Ban
ind I '. .. BL, and tat
9140 West Bay Harbor dr. Miami
Beach Miss Stein's father is the
late Irving Stein
The bride-to-be graduated cum
laude from the I'M, where she was
president and treasurer of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority, and a mem-
ber of Hillel. Panhellenic Council.
Kappa Delta Pi. education honor-
ary, and Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic
honorary
Mr Marcus is the son of Mrs
Eva Marcus. 4520 Alton rd.. Miami
Beach, and the late Louis Marcus
At the I'M he was president of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity
They plan a July wedding
- graduate of Albert Zaeharv Born Weds in New York
School will be graduated '
| I
Beverly Brahms
it
aaoath from Harvard Inner Dr *nd Nrs Leo M Lewn K5
.. ;. m graduated Fainir> dr. announce the birth
Leonard iris at0* ,hfir son- Albert Zachary. on
...... May 14 He was welcomed bv hi>
a attend- bateara Jane. Deborah and Adn-
Jl.ege it B. enne
New York City was the scene of
the wedding of Beverly Harriet
Brahms and Sidney M Bodzin who
met at the I niversity of Miami
The 7 p.m. ceremony took place
at The Essex House Sunday, with
Rabbi David Neiman officiating
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Samuel J Brahms. 1058
Venetian Way. Miami Beach, and
Mr Bodzin
' s Sprafkin Picks Chan til ly Lace, Tulle
I wn for Wedding to Stephen Wiener
hen V tra Barbara Spraf The bride is the daughter of'Atlantic Beach. NY
\ recipe a bride Saturday, she Mrs Evelyn F Sprafkin. 810 Es b the son of Mr and Mrs Richard
can ed a white Bible nhich her P*no1* *"*> Mumi Beach, and the iBodzin..New York. N V
- -'k. *U**LSprafkln K whe lace gown of the br.de was
afkin exchanged wed ^^SfSJi'ZS Tt^T f" "^ bnd'~ *nd a
aaejata coronet held
Mm. RoWrt tkn
Steinhardt, Klein
To Beside on Ik
In a double ring cawfld
p.m. ceremony Sunday a L
giers hotel. Mis, Shiran
hardt. daughter of Mr. ai
Julius Steinhardt. 7815
st., Miami Beach. becimttL
of Robert Klein son of fc1
Mrs. Benjamin Klein
NY.
Rabbi Irving I-ohrman. ofl
pie Emanu-EI. performed tkti
mony. Decor of the weddiagi
pink and whit'
Best men mere Gerald anal
ew Klein, twin brothers a*l
! groom. I'shers were Harty I
I Jerry Roedelshcimer and
'Cohen
Maid of honor was Sandal
'hardt. sister ol the bride.]
Rosenthal. Join Steinhat*
Jackie Cohen all weanaf
pink ballerina-length gowns. |
bridesmaid-
Ring bearer wa> Stevn |
Steinhardt. brother of the I
The bride selected a
wedding gown ol white
chantilly lace and taffeta, ltd]
ted bodice of taffeta was
with irndescen: sequins ana]
Last. Ba/erman eb "*** wn ,,a,urd '^,
.., to-wrist point, very bouKWI
\\C(I lllNt'W lOrk: whh important chantilly
Will <-. I m panel and thrc- tiers of shall
Will Stlldy Here (eta forming into a sweep rt
The marriage of Morton David .Her ^'erred ^jflP
Las, and Sally Beverly Bazerman 'Vsl0n v"' '\ tSfL-f
took place Sunday at the Hamp-H"' "P mal<*S S
shire House in New York Citv The ** Parls sh' "* "T
bride was given in marriage by her ch'^ B,hK nr itU
father, and Rabbi Averhan Soltes The b"df l"?Z*
of New York performed the cere- >*ach H,Kh ,'iJL.
monv. 'ed the Lnner-.:> "
Sall, ,s the daughter of Mr and ^^iST!^I2i
Mr, Max Bazerman formerly of ^'*d BrookM Colkjt
".?tS*i.,*\ now ,v,ng *2f are^ ^ 1
Alhambra cir. Coral
at T >0 r ir. ,r. tnc >oorv v iub ho-
Htaaai Beach Rabb. In.r.g
couple are motoring
and upon their return. wl
their home m V ami Beats
Reception an I dinner
the ceremony al the Alt*6'
'^ ,f.^L Jz!ri ^ Ch*n"-'- bxe and tulle gown of her ve.l and >he carried white or
c .er lotiowvd at .ne note. -.rt and a ruffle outlining the off Phyllis Bod.-m M.!vr V< the
Bohlie Berinaoi
Wil
labowider neckline
Her fingertip veil fell from a
.veled iace tiara and she carried
white orth the Bible
bnt1r^ '!\ attend
ant
Robert Bodzin w..s her brother's
bet n ur. I hers warn Pan! Bod
zin Mui .;r p^i Karpel.
.rU, c~-.n LeUie Pener. Irving Griffler
ere Mrs WilUam Wiener Mr
Mark Sweet Sixteen
Bobbe Berm
sweet sixteen
,r.r. celebraa'
birthday *L
for her
and Miss Selma
Stepner
Reception at ban
lowed the ceremory
Houv [ .1
Duuhle Celebration
Herbert Cohen
MaaaM
Eiieer. Citron, bode eoasia
froan Brooklrn. NY. was fioer
The coupie. who met when both rk-^k,^ M
were I'ntverutr of Florida wUl hoaeymoof, in New Or- ^H**. ( ^duration decree oo
i**"* eam the I'nnersiiv of Mi
Mr. ha*W create '^ ** *~
archer m op^^ q,, ^^^^.....
at 418
Gable
She wore a gown of champagne
pure silk orsanza with long torso
bodice and full circular skirt
which fell into a chapel train A
French illusion fingertip veil flow-
Iroan j princess crown She car-
ried white orchid*, cascading ever
a wh:tc Bible
Morton i. Use son of Mr*. Bernie
Last and the late Albert H La*t.lln house party
of Brook Un. j on Friday ^
\ i* ii c w Bobbe is a confirmatiWiH
Mrs Jhyliis Scher. slater of the L.. ., u^.^ p.,s : Congrav
atron of hooor. and trnds Mun, senior R
on wa best m*n for L^ 1S recording vretar|W
his brother ,n Uw Uahari were ch.pjer. Bnai B nth ftrfcj
Stuart Barerman and Paul Scher. she WMS recently *l*e*.5
brother and brother-m law of the
le. and Howard Berg. Robert
Kasen, Morton Thaler, and Steer-
's in Thaler, ail from New York
Sylvi- (iershman. cousin of the
bride from New York, was the
laaaaaat
A iweepuoo at Ik* Hampshire
House fwUowedthe ceraanway.
The eoupiie will s,.,^ few
day> New York and then return
,to hoantymooa on afiaaai Beach.
and win reside at the aaamed dor-
"'O' apartnsenu oa the univer-
sity cancans.
She was recrii.w ~~ .
membership in Ph. Sig ^
sorority ^ git
The daughter of!Mr *
laaeph Bermann. ':>" 4(ii]
Miami. Bobbe will be as^J
tbepartvby her UyearaM ^
Tony Mae
Married 30 Years
Mr and Mrs Abraham 1 A
Ml Michigan vfjv/,3aa *1
eelehrated therr 30th^


f. JUNE 1- 19ff.
'JevMFkf*****
PAGE 7A
imfields Mark Their Golden Weddinq A
nniversary
1
Vi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis 0. B/oomfield
Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloom-
field celebrated (heir golden wed-
dm miniver .;w\ Sunday evening,
^une 5. at Both Jacob (ongrcga-
t ion
The couple were married June 6,
1903 in Boston. Mass. Arriving in
Miami for a vacation on Thanks-
giving Day. 1923. the Basomfieldi
have stayed here ever since.
A noted Beach realtor. Mr.
Bloomticld is the oldest director
of Beth Jacob Congregation. The
banquet marking their anniversary
June 5 was tendered the cou-
ple by the congregation. A large
wedding cake, with golden in>crip-
tions of congratulation, graced
their table.
In addition to his activity at |
Beth Jacob. Mr. Bloomfield has |
been ,i member of the Miami Beach
Realty Board for over 25 years,
i- member of Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, Masons, !
Miami Beach Lodge of Elks. Mount
Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for
the Aged and B"nai B'rith.
Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield reside
at 1411 Meridian ave.
Pre-nuptic! parly for Bette Goldstein at the Algiers hotel given
by her friends was attended by her mother. Mrs. Simon Ber-
man, and her future mother-in-law, Mrs. Rubin Clein. She
becomes Mrs. Joseph Clein this month.
ST
Werner-Kohn
Mrs. AUrfin S. liberman
kin, Liberman
mange Vows;
he v moon in Cuba
[a <. ;dlelight. double ring,
jrchid and white ceremony
5 at the Saxony hotel.
Borne Lou Baskin. daugh-
]ft Mr and Mrs. Ben Baskin,
; SW 21st ave.. became the
of Martin Stanley Liberman,
kl Mr and Mrs. Albert Liber
[2822 SW 15th at
ey repeated vows after Rabbi
' Lrhrman. Given in marriage
fcer father, the bride wore a
gown of alencon lace bodice with
appliques filled with miniature
jewels outling scooped neckline.
Long, point-to hand sleeves, very
bouffant skirt of alencon lace over
billowing nylon tulle that extended
into the sweep train and a crown
of seed pearls holding her finger-
tip-length veil featured the bridal
outfit.
The former Miss Baskin carried
a white Bible with marker of white
orchids and purple throat and step-
hanotis.
Maid of honor was Miss Char-
lotte Bramson. Bridesmaids were
Miss Bess Ro.senblatt, Miss Pauline
Bramson and Miss Carely Ann Gor-
don. Harold Liberman. brother of
the bridegroom, acted as best man.
and Alan Baskin brother of the
bride, of Montgomery. Ala., Alan
Sherr and Alvin Brown were ush-
ers.
The bride graduated from Coral
Gabies High School and attended
the University of Miami, where she
majored in drama. She is a mem-
ber of Emunah Chapter. Order of
the Eastern Star.
The bridegroom served in the
Coast Guard and is attending the
University of Miami.
After June 20, they will be at
home at 410 Malaga ave., Coral
Gables. They are honeymooning in
Havana.
Out-of-town guests at a recep-
tion in the Saxony were Mrs. Jack
Copenhagen and Miss Jane Lertz-
man, Cleveland, O ; and Mr. Bas-
kin, of Montgomery.
Party of 200 Fete
Arlene and Fiance
Arlene Tarshis and Leon To-
rantd arc making their wedding
plans. Arlene received her ring
May 29, and she and her fiance
were feted at an engagement cock-
tail party for 200 guests June 2 in
the New South Seas hotel, Miami
Beach.
Bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chasin. Miami
Beach, and Mr. Jack Tarshis, To-
ledo. O. Mr. Torantds parents are
the Ephriam Torantds, of Mont-
gomery, Ala.
Miss Tarshis graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Alabama
at Tuscaloosa. where she was affil-
iated with Delta Phi Epsilon so-
rority.
Mr. Torantd served four years in
the U.S. Air Force. He is a gradu-
ate of Hurt Military Academy in
Montgomery and attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama.
Mrs. Sirkin is Hostess
Membership pariy was held by
I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah
on Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. 2024 North Bay rd.
Mrs. Sirkin. past president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah, was guest speaker.
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22AY.IUNE
[Scherriifttiis to Mark 'PERSONALLY
Fiftieth Anniversary c p p a K I N H
Mr and Mrs Max Sheinman will O I(L rt IV 1 n U
, 50th wedding anni- Mr ami Mri Oat .r (iww, 6736
yersit) "" Sunday, June II. in su <>th ler., have returned home
Philadelphia *r visiting their family in New
Friends and relatives will attend york ami Washington.
linner part) at thi Warwii k ho-
a a....
Ie| there I wishes to Mr and Jfrs. Steve Davis, of
a Mr- Sluiiini.in rui-liuj-gh, Va arrive in Miami
Sheinman a conunuojt) lav to visit their parents, Mr.
er m hi- native Philadelphia and ;mr| Mr in Many Beach, where he ipends week stay. Mf*. Davis is tltt fteaar
most "t the winter He is a leadet Barbara Olbum. of Pittsburgh, and
m the Combined Jewish Appeal graduated from Carnegie Teeh on
Winter Residents Division and has .jline 7
active for man] y**n in the ^ ^
Combined Jewish Appeal colhK Samuel April is spending a brief
lions committee, vacation with his parents. Rabbi
At the recent Federation annua
meeting, Sheinman was the recipi
and Mrs Simon April. 1380 SW
11th it, pnor to leaving (or Re-
fiaixien Wedding
Scene of Kites for
(inllesman, Simon
\ path strewn with white rosM
and eandelabras lighting her path
1 an ipj oi white gladioli en-
d with matching satin ribbon.
the garden wedding scene Sat-
y evening;, .tune 4. for the
iago oi -Harnette Cottesman,
liter oi Mr and .Mrs Hyman
1 I tesman, 122S llth St., Miami
:' ch, 10 Samuel Simon, son of
Mr and Mrs David Simon, Brook
\ Y
The garden wedding was held in
me Of the bride 'a late grand-
its. Mr and Mrs Hyman Coo-
mith. formerly of Pasaaic, N J
B c-ouple repeated their VOWS
re Rabbi Jonah Caplan in a
le ring ceremony, with Can-
t( Maurice Mamchee and cantor
\ ham Seit participating.
ven in marriage In her par-
the bride wore a gOWn of
till) lace and nylon tulle over
s.' n, and a crown of white seed
is held her fingertip-length
She carried a white Bible
marker of white orchid- The
e was attended by her aunt.
M: Bertha Meringoff, as matron
inor and cousin oi the groom
it Goldstein was best man
-hers were uncles o( the bride.
Dr Albert Cooperstnith, .lack Coo
mith. Mired cohen and saul i-tt'trolhsil Revealed
ingofl Junior ushers were
ard Cooperstnith and Brian llich school sweethearts Sue-i0f the Coral Cable- Jewish Center
ngofl Bernard Simon assisted Feldstein and Edward Guthman for three years Sand) also attends I wd of July.
to -to
Mr- Samuel IV Shapiro, of Mi
ami. is leaving to spend weeks m her home town. Mason
City, la with the Harry P Wolf
ent oi 1 citation "for outstanding hovotfcj Israel. July 1 to study on
leadership and devotion in the | a one-year scholarship granted by
work oi the humanitarian I om Yeshiva University He holds an
billed Jewish Appeal
The Sheinmana reside ;it n
bland ave., Belle Isle, Miami
Beach, during then winter real-
I donee in this area
School Sweethearts'
Sandy Klein Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Bandy PaUot Klein will become
Bar Mitivah OH Saturday. June 11.
during the it.45 a m services of
Coral Gables Jewish Center Rabbi
Morris Shop will officiate
A -Indent of the nUgiOUl BChOOl
MA degree from Columbia Cnivcr
lity.
Ruth Brotman is spending sev-
eral weeks in Detroit, Mich., and
Montreal. Can.
to -to +
Mr and Mrs Nat Zalka flew to
New York Wednesday for two
da) They leave Friday on the
Nieuw Amsterdam for a trip to
Europe. In England, they will vis-
it members of Mr Zalka's family
The tour will also include travel
through France and Switzerland.
The Zalkas will be home at the
Ronald Michael, son oihvu
and Mrs. Milton A. FriedZ
3001 SW 2nd ave., 3k
come Bar Mitzvah Beth David ConareaJ
June 11. Ronald is an hj
student at ShenandoahS
ior High School, where i*J
vice president of the Yg
Guidance Association.
Mar
ting ( the candles, and attended Miami Reach Huh Sen >ol ponce de Leon Junior High School.
\ n Simon acted a- rii -mil Universit) of Florida together j3 ,: member of the band and is in
bridesmaid was Frima N'" <"'>/<' -'' Aug 2] as their the eighth gi
I ,, wedding d I Mr. and Mr- Milton Klein, of
th was 11I Mrs Robert 1248 Mariana ave., are the
rs M 2926 Royal Palm axe. Miami Mitzvah'sparents
bi e. was n chai Ihi wed Beach are the bride-elect's
At Guthman 1- the -
Mr- Ruth Guthmi
te I ti.itli
man
family.
!
r mething
borrowed the
v. re diamond earrings oi
' Ute mat< rnal grandmother,
Coopersmith The bride is
Miss Feldstein
ication In college and v
.. attended thi ficei oi \ pha Epsilon Phi so-
ama and served in the '
\ ,
rontj
Mr Guthman served
Simon is 1 nt of Zel Beta i.oi frati rail 1 at
ersit) oi Washingti ttenc "d received his degree from
niversit) of Miami He is
ersitj and served in the Arm) *'' McGahey's on Miami Beach,
receptii n I How
he weddii The
e an I 1
I u l he New Ei
- Phe: will livi 1 Bi oklyn
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Greenberg and their son. Jules, are con-
gratulated by Rabbi Leon Kronish, at a Bar Mitzvah luncheon
honoring Jules, in the Blue room of the Delano hotel.
Certld t. levy
Gerald Levy Will
Re Bur Mitzvah
-\d Richard Levy, son of
md Mr- Henrj z Levy, 603
'Tih -t Miami, will bee ant
Mitzvah during Saturday tnorn-
. services, June 11, at Tifereth
\,>rth-ide Center
?abbi Abraham Herson, -pint
uaj leader and the Bar Mttzvah's
her. will otficiate, with Cantor
rt Glaatl rendering the lu-
rry is a seventh grade s'udent
M 1 a m 1 Kdison Junior High '
.ol and is a number of the |
luatinu class f the religious
ol of Titereth Israel
Oxford School
Graduates Two
OXford School, ol 1204-94 v. 1 it
conducted its first graduation
: week in I'
iving the fir-i dipton
11 d b> the school w
1 irstein oi 3924 Ga
Mian 1 Beat h, n bo suci --
fully completed her high school
eei at the school, and Kath)
el oi 48Z8 North
Miami Beach, who completed
the prescribed course in the ele
. mentary school department
Participating in the graduation ford, who addressed the graduates ford Al Troppe, Dan Tanner and
program were Thoi ,1 who Maj Nat Pollack, headmaster of Larry Wolfe
.delivered the evocation, Sander the school conferred the diplo The director and Mrs (
Shipper a first grader who spoke mas ,. ,,,,.,, in th<> patl0 of lhf.
"""''r"'1" k "">'' Program included musical selec chool at a reception honoring the
Madansky. who appraised hi-^ir-i tions played by the Clarinet Ouar graduata
> ear a- a resident student; and tet nn>OM.(l 0f John --------------------------
|Abraham Ctaael director of o, v... mu8k tt..u.hrr at (K Agudoth Israel Women
Hold Final Rummage Sale
La* rummage sale of the sea- 1
son by the Sisterhood of Agudath
Israel Synagogue will be held
Sunday. June 12. at Stevens Mar
bet, h-209 NW 27th ave announced
Esther I.erman. president
Mrs Bertha Groudan. chairman,
also announced that the proceeds
"t Mlea during the season made
possible the preparation of four
new classrooms of the Hebrew
and religious school. '
ting in rummage -ale-
were Hannah Berger. Susan Her
moo, Betty Rosenberg. Evelyn Le-
Vine liertrude Kleinberg. Sarah
Tunick, Fannie Cluck. Sarah Li
rbet and Irene Smith
Fteisman Rites Due
Louis, son o: Mr. and
Sam Herman, will beaarl
Bar Mitzvah Saturday mosyl
ing. June 11. at the Israeli]
Center. Rabbi Morton Malatl
sky will officiate, Out-d-tonj
guests will include Dr. tnlj
Mrs. B. Ackerman, of
Jersey, and Mr. and M
Rogot, New York City
Bar Mitzvah's ur.cles ad
aunts. Also attending !r|
New York will be Mrs. DM
Siegal. J
Kiddush Will Follow]
Adam's Bar Mitzol
Adam Jefferj son "1 Mr ]
Mrs Joseph Schwadron, 19*1"'.
19th ave. will become Bar jn>
vah on Saturday, June il.i"l
Hebrew Sch The Bar Mit7\ah will fJB*,Bi
services and address the congrey]
tion Rabbi Simon April iU^
ciate.
Adam Jeffen attends ShJ
doah Junior High School a*"]
student at the religious stfonj
the Miami Hebrew School ana i
grcgation. He 1- also 1 mfraBer (
the Boy Scout-
Kiddush wi....."""*S3
.turday morning Out-rf^
,ues, will Jack f-'^jn;
New York, uncle ol the B-
vah.
iss Pat Reisman. daughter of .
' and Mrs I L. Reisman. 2251 ,T^ P">neer atudenta of Oxford School are shown receivina
7 s will be married June 26, "V?* fu* <*>Pomaa issued by the school. Mcnor Nat Pol
I Mr Norman Sporn. of Rich Jack (). headmaster, presents the high school dinlomn 7"
id. Va She will attend West Sandra Faye Burstein. Kathy Dianne Cassel oi Miami Beo h
r.-ipton College at the University
. f -lichmond in the fall as a junior
receives theftrstj elementary school diplonia^ Uofcuoa^
director of Oxford, A. M. Gassel. **cing on
is
To be Bar Mitzvah
Philip, son of Mr and Mrs Ber-
nard Amsterdam, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
serv.ces. June U. of Beth David
Congregation Philip u a seventh
grade student at Sbenandoah Jun
'or High School and attends Beth
David religious school. The Am
^terdam, will be hosU at the Oweg
^habbat following Friday evening"
I services in the Bar Mitzvah'!
honor.


IV.JUNE 10. 1955

SONS ON HIS HANDS
-JmMn^irtHr
PAGE 8 A
I. Koll-Nescher's Vacation Here Means More Activity
Col. M. M. Koll Nescher. as-
ni military air and naval at-
of the Embassy of Israel in
linglon, is vacationing at the
r;i motel this week. With him
l\- twin sons. Ura and Ehud.
tins care of the children
his wife returned for a brief
[tu Israel, Col. Koll-Nescher's
pi program was not alone one
in and pleasant ocean swim-
on Tuesday morning, he was
|C,t of the R.O.T.C. in Beau-
Lecture Hall at the Univer-
|oi Miami.
,,l ,,n Wednesday. Col. Koll-
Ihc'i was honored at a luncheon
Jc (I r cater Miami Chapter.
fican ( hristian Palestine Com-
Israel military man was
in Berlin and received his
an and secondary education
Ir.iel. where he was graduated
Herzliah College in Tel Aviv.
[i)4.f. he joined the British
l\ and served with the Koyal
Uicers until 1946. When the
oi Independence broke out.
Kill Nescher joined the Is-
Air Force, in which he has
served in many capacities.
was in charge of a squadron
If. Col. M. M. Koll Nescher
of the Air Transport Command
and later was in command of the
Officers Training School of the
Immunity Center Camp Counselors
To Have Training Orientation Here
ir sixty counselors will par-
ktc in a full week of pre-camp
ling and orientation beginning
13. to be conducted by the
kter Miami Jewish Community
|er for the staffs of its four
mer day camps. Counselors
I hear talks on camp objectives,
ly. health and first aid, and
Ir matters.
IscuNMons will be conducted
problems of group and individ
[ behavior and program plan
|, and there will be evening
gethers with the parents of
|pc r- at the respective camps.
!<>!lowing is the official list-
lot the day camp staff includ-
1 administrative personnel, sen-
|aiiil junior counselors.
he Town Branch Day Camp
\[ includes Israel Silver, camp
tor. Mrs. Dolores Pearl, pro-
|n director; William Griffin.
erfn-nt supervisor; Larry Lef-
Irvin Kishner. Judith Ofso
Stanley Beiley. Linda Mehler.
^tm Kaplan. Arnold Loew. Har
Mains. Janet Blumenlhal, Ar-
Kroll, Marilyn Edelstein. Syl-
Uilgram, Nancy Freed.
It the Beach Branch, the staff
includes Nisson Pearl, camp direc-
tor; Miriam Scheinberg, program
director; Wayne Tobin. waterfront
' supervisor; Beatrice Rice, Roger
Kallins, Lawrence Herbst, Judy
jGreen. Roger Throne, Robert
; Behrendt, Howard Reiss. Alan
Bernstein. Gerald Wernick. Eu
| gene Sharkey, Marcia Jervis, Jean
Deutsch. Ethel Dertke, Stella Katz.
! Barbara Katzen, Barbara Baum.
' Alice Marlin, Carole Fine.
Day Camp Staff at Flagler-Gra-
' nada includes Harry Shamis.
camp director^Leila Gross, head
i counselor: Franklin Langsner. wa-
Iterfront supervisor; Irwin Bloch.
j Frank Talmadge. Richard Carr.
David Sudnow, Howard Rice. San-
ford Jacobson, Marvin Schneider,
Bart Midwood, Carole Fogelman,
Barbara Hacker. Barbara Stern,
Harriet Solloway, Barbara Levy.
North Dade Day Camp Staff in
eludes Leonard Romney. camp di-
rector; Mrs. Yvcttc Cole, water-
front supervisor; Michael Bennard.
Sheppard Masarck. Alvin Marrow,
Sue Colby, Elinor Sontag, Judy
Shapiro, Sandra Cowan.
Israel Air Force.
Previous to his present appoint-
ment as assistant air attache, Col.
Koll Nescher commanded the Is
! rael Air Force Technical School.
deHirsch Fund
Lists Procedure
Baron Ce Hired T-oan Fund of
Greater Miami is currently eireu
lating a brochure explaining the
purposes of the fund.
Leo Ackerman. president, this
week revealed that the function of
the brochure is to acquaint the
community with this service. "The
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund was |
created more than a quarter of a
century ago to help people who
want to help themselves," he said,
adding that "there is no interest
charge for loans.
"The maximum we can lend an
applicant is S300. and these sums
must be ticketed for constructive
purposes." According to Acker-
man, repayments are arranged ac-
cording to the ability of the in-
dividual applicant.
"Those who can secure loans
through normal commercial pro-
cedures arc not qualified to apply
to the Baron de Hirsch Loan
Fund."
Other officers of the organiza-
tion include Max Silver. Harry O.
Rabe and Frank Rose, vice presi-
dents; Maurice Grossman, secre-
tary; and Harry Simons, treasurer.
Board of directors includes Sid-
ney H. Palmer, Morris Alpert, R.
Williams Apte, Benjamin Beck,
Leo Eisenstein. William Friedman,
David Kleber, Jack Muravchick, Al
Quadow, Elry Stone, Archie Brick,
Leon J. Ell and Jesse M. Freed.
Loan fund committee members
are Harry Simons, chairman, Ben-
jamin Beck, Archie Brick. William
Friedman, Al Quadow and Frank
Rose.
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund is a
member of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Mist Youth Commission
kmes Regional Officers
puthern Zionist Youth Commis-
at its annual spring meeting
fcted the following officers for
I5-56 Mrs. Herman Klausner.
Utsonville, chairman; Mr. Mau-
k I'ilsk. Nashville, co-chairman;
I Henry Birnbrey, Atlanta, trcas-
r
plr-. Klausner succeeds Mrs. Ben
pert, of Savannah, in leading the
liuties of the Commission, which
Jludes Young Judaea, Young Ju-
a Leaders, Junior Hadassah.
kl i wo week Camp Judaea.
The Southern Zionist Youth
nmissioo is the educational
th agency of Florida, Southern
Southeastern Hadas&ah and
Southeastern Zionist Organiza-
r" of America end includes Geor-
Hnrida. South Carolina, North
rulma. Tennessee, Mississippi.
Jabama, Arkansas and New Or-
n> |.a.
Miss Parks to Speak
Miss Lois Parks, executive di-
rector of the Mental Health Clinic,
will speak at the regular meeting
of Club Everglades Workmen's
Circle Branch 1050 on June 14.
Miami Zionist leaders Jerome Weinkle and Harry Gordo.i,
co-chairmen, discuss plans with committee for the traditional
annual barbecue to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gcr
don, 2201 South Miami ave., on Sunday evening, June 2c.
Looking on are A. Arthur Pekelner, Al Quadow and Irving
Saal.
Present American Flag
An American Flag was recently
presented by the Norman Bruce
Brown Jewish War Veterans Post
to Camp Ma Ka Bee. which is spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, it has
been jointly announced by Mrs.
Alvin Horowitz, chairman of the
day camp, and Frank Marks, com-
mander of the Veterans' Post. The
official presentation will be made
on June 20, which is the first day
of camp, with 105 children tak-
ing part in the presentation pro-
gram.
Camp Sky-Top
for BOYS AND GIRLS
R0SMAN, N.C.
Director: NATHAN A. MIUER
Dean, little Kiver School
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MIAMI SPRINGS
Phone 88 9704
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111 S. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE F2-53J!
Mn Sholom Men fo Elect
[Annual election meeting of the
p' flub of Temple Beth Sholom
" be held on Monday evening,
fne 20. in the Temple's banquet
according to an announce-
rnt by Jack A. Abbott, presi
pm Special feature of the meet
*ill be the showing of a recent
m of the famous Edward Mur
f* Robert Oppenheimer interview
I he Murrow "See it Now" TV
tu*, Albert L. Rosen, program
airman of the Men's Club, will
hairman of the meeting's pro-
ri"n feature.
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when you buy double-comfort
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The 2-in-l operation of York air conditioners means
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+Jelstirk>rktoM
FRIDAY
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY l^isS
'aml Miami Be b*
bctu nAum rowr.BFr.ATlON 'discuss: "The Menorah svmhni ,< School .:. ach i
cbM will render (he musical por
lions -'i the litucg] Saturday
morning services art al 8 45 Bon
aid, son ol Judge and Mrs Milton
bcci
Wl
of
bOaU Bl Kiddush They will also be
Friedman, and Philip, Mi of Mr hosts at the Oneg Shahbat follow
and Mm B< rd Amsterdam, will jlnaj Friday evening atrvkH
n e u.r Mitn ill P irenta
Ir. and Mrs. Henry Z. Levy, will Saturda! r,rnj"aM
ecome Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Herson R :i(l Subjfert of'a
ill discus*: 'Guided by the Word '" n t '
f God." Mr. and Mrs. Levy will be .Pn" .,
nafa al KwMo.h Thv will d.. I__reinl,., '"f':h.
'
Mi
Rabbi Leon Kronish (second from lift), Temple Beth Shclom
spiritual leader, congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Son Prosterman.
Daniel Broad, president of the Jewish Wional Fund Council
pr
cf dealer Miami, locks on.
Prosfermans Feted
For JNF 'Devotion'
M hail 250 peopli i
ed at a Jewish National Fund
C< u
T<: to h inor Mr
and Mrs i Prosterman with the
pre- ntation ol .i Cro' e ol l.ooo
trei i lanted m ih- -. m
I hi S (i ol I -
Ri presents) it es of nun
Hut Jewish organiza
lions In Gn ati r Miami gathered
t participate in th,' celebration
and to paj tribute to Mr and Mrs
Prosterman, "who haw devoted so
nj years ol r/rvice and -elf
sacrifice in all Heidi ol Jewish
endeavor. Particularly daring the
pa-t decade, Mr Prosterman has
dedicated him-elf to the Jewish
National Fund in th:- community
with unsurpassed teal and en-
thusiasm." Daniel Broad, president
of the Jewish National Fund
Council, -aid
Bringing greetings were Dr
Max A Lipkind, respon-ible for
the establishment of the first
Zionist district and [or the early
JNF activities in this area :>ir-
Jack Davis, representing Marias
-ah: Herbert f.mick. ol the ZOA:
Mr- Isidor I'u-hkin. of Pioneer
Women- Council: and Yehudl El-
berg, ol Histadrut
Hal bi Leon Rronish. Temple
Beth Sholom spiritual leader, made
the presentation and called atten-
tion to "the work and devotion of
the Prostermans to Zionist
the Ji tsh National Kund. to Tcm.
pie Beth Sholom and to Judaism "
of
the Mar Mitzvah students will pn
floral offerings and be hosts
al the Oneg Shabbal following Fri-
d \ evenii i n ices Junior -crv-
ire ,'t i11
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Fridaj evening services al 6 p.m.
. morning services are at
0 Rabbi Malavsk) will
Miami Dental Chapter
Installs Dr. Sokololt
!>:- \ tl r S ikolotl has been in-
stalled as Ihe Greater
Chapter i I
tern it >
11 her m w offii re Dr Hen
Candlelighting Time
SIVAN 20 6:50 P.M.
NORTH DAOE
" i,r"ia:lt
BETH EMETH CONGREGA- TERa ", I n diSM
TION will hold Friday evening '" -> Pm ^1*9
-civ ices at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald '' lt('and] I
will officiate, assisted by the choir '"'V antor ST
Sermon is scheduled as: "The Jew *'" n? 'r the musiai
i-h Mother and Her Place in Re-1 ,hc ''' 'h the i
ligfon." ,hc ,lin n "( L,^
Sahn : -ngiern
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold gjg *****
Daily -it
7 pm.
< Louis, son oi Mr and
Mr- Sam Herman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Salkow
will render the musical portions
of the liturgj
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:30. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitr w:ll
officiate and d:-cu--: "Kindling of
the Light- Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 Mincha will
be at 6:30 p m. Rev Rudolph Brill
will render the mu-ical portions of
the liturp

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANO
CONGREGATION will conduct
Friday evening services at 6. Sat
urday morning services are at 9,
dedicated to the graduating class
of Miami Beach High School. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will discuss:
'Quest for Greatness." Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
mu-ical portions of the liturgy j*gi
Daily service- are at 8 a.m. and "
p.m.
on of Mr. _
nil beromt^1]
are
e>
CORAL GABLES JEW J
WM at a 15 Rabbi HnLl
;will oil:. .-. and <&**
- Preaidenl i .rhnwerSaiJ
eating v. ngtoa'j wl
|P|e" Saturda; rnornTS
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
SMna
are at 0 4.1 Sanfenj
i and Mr- Milton Kim n
hold Friday evening services at' ana. Wl|i ,../ *
6:45 Saturday morning services ,w
are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will BETH JACob ct
officiate and preach on the topic: ....i h.,i,i r, <
"Torah and Life" Class ,n Talmud JVS I X
is scheduled to precede services at ices ar ..
8 .lass In Ethics of the Fathers ^f, ', .Jf1**^
will be held at 6. followed by Mm
cha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Swart? will be hosts
Daily services will be at 7 a.m. and
7 p.m.
IH |
lion Agair.-t Authority"
.Talmud i. it 5:45, i^j
| following -m-sti)
I 7:30 a.m. and 6 45 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. During the absence of Rab-
bi David Shapiro, services will be
conducted by Cantor Joseph W.
Friday at 630 p.m. Sat-' Malek and Harry Kaplan, presi-
Beach Post oi foreign
War Vets Names Mendel
Lew is A Mendel ^.ii head the
Miami Beach Post, Veterans of
Foreign v. ars t t the cominu year
Other officers an Michael Lieb
erman, senior vice commander;
Samuel F Perrons, junior xice
commander. John M Fersu-on.
quartermaster; Harvej I s- Jean,
i'"-t chap
lain; Dr Joseph B. Pomerance,
lurgeon; and Harold R *\ il
.-on. trustee.
Dr. Arthur Sk*4*tt
rv Green, pre-ident^>lect; Dr Al-
fred Augustine, secretary; Dr Max
Ttndnch. treasurer; and Dr. Sol
Rose, editor.
Members of the executive coun-
cil are Drs Everett Blasberg. h-v-
j "IS (; I liaroid Sweet Dr.
, Melvin Becker is chapter depu'y.
Th.- dental organizations local
chapter unhide- approximately 30
practicing dentists. The Miami
Chapter ha- brought dental expert!
to Miami for postgraduate cour-es
jand has sponsored -everal scienti-
fic clinic- Its programs have also
included raising iunds for the es
tablishment of a dental school ba
Israel.
service-
urday morning services are at 8:30.
Adam Jeffry. v>n of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schwadron. will become
Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Simon April
will officiate, with Cantor Berele
Kelemer rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy. Class in
Mishna is at 5:30 p.m Daily serv-
ices will be at 7 30 am and 6
p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:15. Paul, son of Mr. and Mr- S
T. Taylor, will become Bar Mitz
vah.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7 Saturday morning
services are at 9 Mincha will be
at 6 p.m. followed by Shale- Seu
dos.
dent. Saturday morning service-
are at 9, with Rev. Mordechai Haal-
m a n officiating. Daily morning
services will be held at 9.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will offi
ciate and discuss the Weekly Por-
tion Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. follow
WEST MIAMI JEWISH I
will hold Friday evemnii
at 6:15. Saturda] montaji
are at 9. Rabbi Alfred
will discu-: Perpetjtajj
Light of l-rael." Robert, al
Mr. and Mr- Nathan Beramj
become Bar Mitzvah. Xiaan
5:30
Musicale for Sfffan
Mrs. Harold Robin, d al
28th St.. will U hostevUil
of her piano and accoriai
at an informal musicale tol
ed by Shalos Seudos. Daily service*
will be held at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 in the Mi rgar fiano Co,
p.m., with Sunday morning serv '
ices scheduled for 8.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m., with Rabbi
cayne bl\ri on June Hfl
cates and p:r,- will be art
all student rrn-icians i)i
them in the recent natwall
Teacher- Cc.ld auditiotu
Met a Convention
Florida Chiropody Association
Women AuxiUarj met m con-
junclion with the foot doctors at
their 32nd annual convention thi-
wet k in V\ Uuderdale.
Proud recipients of awards at cloaina exercises of Temple
Beth Sholom elementary reliqious school are (left to right1
Neal Sonnett. Judy Dson and Murray Gieenberg. winners of
a county wide essay and art contest sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education. Making the presentation of inscribed
American Jewish Tercentenary medals is Judge Harry Green-
berg, chairman of the Temple board of education.
BETH TFU.AH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 645 Saturday mom-
ing services are at 830 with Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky officiating
and preaching on the topic "Who
IS to Prepare the I.icht and
When?" At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Rack
ovsky will discuss Ethics of the
Fathers Mincha is at 5 30 pm
followed by shalos Seudos |.
crvicea will be at 7 30 and 6 45
in Talmud i- -cheduled Tues-
da) at 5 30 p.m
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 6 45 s.,turda>
morning services are at 9. Rabbi
Ever will discuss "Graves of
Lust At 6 pm. there will be a
clas. ln F.thie- of the Father- M,n
'Cha follou- ,;45 Mil||
eludes the Sabbath ob-^rvance
1 "'> '"'v- are at 8 am and 7
pm with Sunday services ached-
uled for 9am an.l 7 p m
,-T.LAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER w,l, b'dd
i-riday evening services at 6 45 i
with Rev Leo Heim off.c.at.ng
Saturday morning services are at 9
Unt" ^'-. f" "' Mr and Mr^ J"
*ph Rocklin. becomes Bar Mitz
ed b> Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER w.l, ho7d FrLay
evening services at 8:30 Rabb,
Abraham Herson will officiate and
WE HAVE MOVED OPEN JUNE 14th
ACfoss THi srifrr m a mw rrtfli
HARRY MERMRSTEIN
-,rr wa
KOSHER MEAT t POULTRY MARKET
(ftmtrlf Adhrs Html Cet
Mifh Grmit Mt A fawhry t Wh.leself frkii!
Com. la ,H4 Caaviact Vawrttll PlfNTY W ?"
Far Frt Delivery Call 12-sm 181* S.W. Ita St., !-*
Ml HfKlSHMtmS AT 00 OffVING
Only
msi
CAKE
IMEK TOO
...mcosrs
NOW
Nk'ii(Q)(a


>AY, IUNE 10. 1955
if
ibassador Says
kman Jews
-re 'Expelled'
:ontinue Ibenefita denied to Jewish vie-
,! wartime atrocities. Under
11 iline 'the Scandal of Resti
^n." the Suddeutsche Zeitunn
these comparisons:
he wife of a convicted Nazi war
Jnal in the U.S. prison at
Isberg receives a regular pen
from the Bonn Government
He widow of a Jew slain by SS
in a Latvian ghetto gets noth-
At 76 she is not eligible un-
the program for restitution
bents to Nazi victims, because
impossible for her to prove
[personal identity of the killers.
en the 27.000 Jewish inmates of
betto were massacred, no one
efl t<> bear witness.
lerth.i Khlert, once jailed for
ing l'i murder Jews in the Bel-
[( mcentration camp, shares in
eminent payments to former
oners of war.
hit lew thrown into a concen-
linn camp was denied rcstitu-
paj ments. A German court
the camp's starvation diet ac-
i helped him, because he had
stones and a lack of fat- was
I treatment."
\ Diel first chief of the
it is receiving a temporary
in 81 year-old Jewish woman.
!o-l her pension under the
Is nothing now. since -lie
| tee a non existent notice
I the pen-ion.
>Jc*lst>norkttn
Roth in Statement Tribute Paid
On Beach Election Louis Zeientz
Councilman Burnett Both Wed- Thrv called him Mister "Z" H,
nesday.announced in connect,,,,, handled andI cXrsTdmany m
*"
PAGE 11 A.
Lear School Holds
Open House June 11
Open house will be held at the
Lear School June 11 on the school
grounds atlOlO West ave Miami
LEGAL NOTICE
Lear, well known educational lead-
er who has headed the school for
30 years, will serve as di-
Lear's summer program,
announced Wednesday that
Miami iieaoti that as an active who aias Wn.. T u 77 *""m* anuiu west ave..' Mu
member of the j^hSJK SS^ Z abl "hon ra S ^ ^^ *"* P m
League of B'na. Brith for 20 years, and good as a man he was accord Richard Lear' son of Mrs "la G
he recognizes that the Ant. Dei, ed the highest respect of all who
.nation League o! Una, Brith knew him His regard for duty and
takes no par. political eleco,,- performance was pronounced and **;
and should take none." further exemplified by the manner lor of
Roth said he had "discussed with of his passing, for he surely knew ; Hc an,nt .
the active leaders in the Anti-Defa his time was measured as his heart camp lcaders have developed a
nation League their responsibility became -till while at In- desk P''"-'"am "with an eye to enable the
to advise the community thai the working. As cashier in the office camPcrs "> Participate in a well
Publication distributed m the Mi-|of Earnest Overstreet, County Tax ,''h,lu'.t''1 '" (l interesting pro-
Collector, Louis Zeieritz was often gram'
referred to by many of hi- fellow Among innovations is a coin-
workers as Mister "Z." When told.! P|l,c water sports program which
"Mister Z' wants to see you." the i *'" Include -ailing, boating, fish-
one informed knew that be was | mfi an'j swimming. The Lear camp
soon to be on a chore that would ll call for accuracy and dispatch. Alllan respected him highly. The women w'" of the office loved him as a "Gen- Ba-V for ,nt'ir Wishing parties. Small
tleman of the Old School." !1)oa' handling will be part of the
There are many kindly state curriculum and will be under the
ments of deep feeling made by co- direction of competent Instructors.
workers and former associates
niCUarie SI about this man and the life he liv-
STANLEY BROMBERG C(l- 0nc frorn Ku-sel West. c,i-h-
ami Beach political campaign cor,
taining statements against me was
a hate sheet.
"I was unqualifiedly authorized
to use the individual names of the
officers of the Anti -Defamation
League," Roth explained, "to ad-
vise anyone who wanted informa-
tion as to the nature of this publi-
cation to contact anyone of the of-
ficers, and the true nature of the
hate sheet would be disclosed."
32, Coral < iabl, liook -Oi!
pa--. a ..w.i\ Haturday .- vie,
held in Riverside Miami Chapel
giavi -i.i. Mount N< bo
i 'meti v mi of 419 \''< -
ello i opei .i led he Bnokwoi
M : Mil. El n in \- H.,. n,
' inn Mi
,1 II. 11. i | |
of Ills .i illti' it, ln> f. nil !,. Hi 111
! .ill III- I
- \v iiii limli mark* ll-
lo the Qrei
i \ ago
His de know l< '.

lar an n
',
.,
., i .
Un Li n in ::
ier at the tag agency, covered it
Zeientz was a gentleman, if there
pretty well when he said. "Louie
ever was one." As he labored at
hi- temple, in his fraternities and
at hi- job. doing good for others,
hc would have no part of harm for
anyone.
Louis Zeientz knew that confi-
dence, affection and respect be-
tween him ami hi- chief, Earnest
Overstreet, was mutual. He was
not to be denied the extreme privi-
lege of a working soldier, when
last Monday morning, proving his
in the \ erj end and. a- mas-
peacefully away, leaving a life ex-
: his philosophy, he passed
New boat docks have also been
built to accommodate the fleet.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the Jlndersigned, desiring to ensi
buxfneas under the fictitious nai
N.\ I ii iNAL blHTRIHUTt IB
M i.' Ave, ue, M anil, Kia.. In-
,(i,(l.i lo rcgistri said nan,, nil
Clerk at Ufa Circuit Court ol
County, Florida.
SOI'THERN KOI.1'EH
I US rRlllt'TINll l'i IMP VNV,
A I lorlda 'orporntlon
PALIXTT, SILVER a- Mi i.i, iV
Atturm ^ppllcanti,
Tni Congress Bids.
8 J-10-17-2t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl> EN
the undersigned, dealrlna to igagi
business Mp.l. r the ( titloUl m.i i
IACK BELL'S WAYSIDE INN,
N W 16th .-, Mm ml, ."'. n ,.,
i.i name
l llrcull Courl of I lade 'ouni Pli
.1 M K BEU., m
KKKSLER OARH
nei for Applicant
1782 W. I-IiikI.i St.
17-^1
SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32
W0UID tIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY
between 25 35. Write Mr. I., Sox
2973, Miami 18.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
I in-.!, dealrlna to
huxlnexs under the ftctltlou* nan of
I- KIKNIII.Y I I', iST I SKI AP
ANi'KS. hi 68R6 N W
I*-,nl.- in regiatei said name wltl
< 'lerh of the < 'Ircult Court ol
<"..iini\. Florida.
KRIKNOI.Y KROST
T.V. SERVICE, ln<
MAC MERMEL
Attorn, foi Appllcanl
S12 Am-!. ( BldR.
ii l',-l7-:'4 ;i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Nottre i.- hereb> Rlven.that
Ml IRRIH .V i 'ARI >l. 7.\l .1:
HARRY A- FANNIE RPRINl
are no longer connected wlih
Tl'l.ir TREE FARM
.ma will not be
inn cted on 01 ifu M
17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
ample as one "who besl can work : : rnett roth
Vtu unl
and best agree."
from Allapatlah Nt ws
May Choose U.S. Tires for Safety;
Royal Masters Her Choice for Beauty__________
- of South Florida can represents the achievement of aj ~
.u'w of what lire- ol the goal loughl by the rubber industrj Seacn Branch UN Group
re will be like in a special for 40 yea.- is Rubber says il rorum Scheduled Tuesday
bil thi-week at all -ix Norton has been able t introduce color rorum oay
anj store*. successfully because of improved Forum and reception honi
nbow has been added to tbeds ,,i rubber eompounding, the newly organised Beach Division
tires Motorists may fPiinwntetioh and the use of new of the United Nations Association
out tires to blend with [Chemicals which are non-staininy of Greater Miami will be held Tue-
ereations of' and non-discoloring. day evening. June 14. in the con-
manufactur-l 'rnc <'"l"rt''' portion of the tire'ference room of the Municipal
i- an integral part of the tire and bldg.
unced bv United State- CMinot rub off. It actually im-
r ( ompany, the new colored P? "" r^taUncej and "one
- in -hades of blue, green ud Of the three colors .-hows dirt as
wn went on display locally for readily a-black.
first time this week in a "Cav | Much of the credit for the de-
velopment nt colored tires, accord-
ing to the rubber company, goes
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' i 'ICE is HEKEIM ISIVEX
,,l: ,.. ,,.
'ill.hi- ,i
STYLES BY MI :i.VI I.I*:, il Seville
I II, ii ntend
[Hull kiririn
hXlRTY-SEVENTH > I'REKT
OEVEMU'MENT I
I lid.
imobile
pick
Tightest paint
friiii'- automobile
In annoti
to a
Detroit plant. She experimented
with more than 30 different hues
Bde of Tire Progress" at all six
ton Tire Company store -
11 inling to Louis E. Pallot,
' ling of color will probably
an important effect on tire-
,,.- habits. Men usually buy before -electing the present colors
f- for safety and performance, to blend with most of today s auto-
Irom now on. women will also mobiles. The color ,- accented by
e their say about styling and!the white sidewall tad helpsicem-
,r jplement the color styling of new
nnanent. molded-in color ; model-. ^^^^_^___
Rev.' R. Wiley Scott will offer
the benediction. A panel on the
UN will feature Mrs L J. McCaf-
frey. Col. Frank Dunbaugh and
Prof. G. K. Smart.
Newly elected president is Rev.
C'axton Doggett. Larry Deets
i (iiv a ---,- --.,. k," ^. -------ctc-------- -
woman tire designer in its chairman of the Chapter board.
fsfoblished 1900
ICC M"
DAILY PICK UPS TO NIW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
OF BROOKLYN, N.Y.
[local and Long Distance Movers Fire Proof Storage
MIAMI BEACH 0m-65S C0UINS AVINUI
DIAL JE 8-8353
Alex Rubin will be chairman of
the meeting.
Siamese Twins' Snack Bar
Daisy and Violet Hilton, the
world-famous "Siamese Twins.'"
are opening a downtown snack bar
which will be located at 301 SE
lSt st.
THANKS...
To my thousands of friends for
their vote of confidence
I shall serve you to the very
best of my ability
SAMUEL J. HALPERIM
Obituaries
MRS. JENNIE G. BLANCK
to sw tin av '!, i '
Miami II >;,,- MO ('n\
< n ith h, r late hu.1.....o. Phil-
if hi., foundi,- (
Beth David i -11 :l ".....'"
f Hi......h. Burvlvlns ar. two
Bernard anil Sol; dauaht,
Minnie iloldenblanck. nd
Mow Rlppa, nil of Mi'"
elcht grandchildren Bervleee werj
I held in Qordon> Miami Chapel. h
burial i', Woodjawn Pi*.
MRS. SARAH BIX
71 of 1528 8TV Ith St.. 'I"-!1 '
Hh,- came here II ,. "..,l"
Brooklyn, and *** mwnbei
, ;,,! n. Miami Hebrew Hchool
,, | c nsr, it on, Survlvlni n
daushti *" "'
hi sWarts. m,- Beatrice Maren
.,,, Mr. LuAlt >:. m Mot Mi-
ami; brother, ilsui ">"*
:.',, ,,:i,,,.,,. Kervlcea were held ,n
,-.,'i.'- Miami Chap.1 with burtal
l m n.,,,1 cemetery. __^______
\OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H
..'., ||
:.-'
HII.TXN KISTKRH KNACK HAH
S.E [nt St., Inti
,,li the 'I. ,k
Coui I '.I "ountv. K
DAISY HILTON
\ Ii i|.i:t HILTl IN
HENRY M CAIN
\ i i ''m Applicant
.'.'.- W iHgler Si.
:-U : ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
I, tned enstasi in
iltloua na
CONORESS INSCRANCE kOl
tt P i i: i 102, Miami 8, Intendi to
^ ,, na in- w ,ii the Clerk <>f
'Ircult Courl '( Dade i
I ",n ill.,
NOIIMAN I! THOMAS
* 10-17-24 7 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ni '
inder the flctltlo
VINCENT l>.\NN\ AM' P
DANNA I i SELECT TOMATO CO.,
. N.W. 21st Street, Miami. In -
name with the
of il,.- Circuit Court ol
,:, ,iiv i
VINCENT I 'ANN \ met
PETER I 'ANNA, pal tnet
KT'RT WELLISCH
Attorney for Applicants
7 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D~~-.-=-
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17 -.
I 'I IRI Til V Hli.MAN. ,
IRVINO' ,111.MAN. II
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO IRVING OILMAN
l loHton, M nchu -'' -
IRVINO lilLMAN.
at .1 BUI of Compla
haa been filed nxalnnt

luster o PI,
Inl ; the ula 11
UE, HKJK .-III"; rKOI
I
r,
' : ,
I,
II j-ou rail
nt in defaull will

In tin Hill Complaint.
.. -hall Im
n III K JEWISH I i.ultll'lAN.
- : \\l' OROEREr Mi
i: Il LEATHER MAX,
Cleiki Clrrull C, irt,
I hide 'ounty, (""ioi iii.i
B> WM W. s ... K
icii ill Co in Seal) Di i
:7-Jt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
inii. desiring >' engai
- under the f,, tltkfUt, iih
SOITHERN i l.'t< II.Alt PISTR
iim; SER\ Ii !:. at 926 N. M
n ;i- Miami, I- la Inl ends tn -
-iihl name ith the < "lerh
,i,i, Court of l lade 'nunty, I i" I
SOI'THERN FOI HER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A I I,,, Ida i torpors
PALLOT, SILVER A MULL, (Y
Att 7n| Conitress Bids.
: 7 L't
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N, iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
. .:i
I, i he tl ......,'- nama ol
PISK TOBACCO SHOP I
AGENCY, I Ave., 11
in,, nils t.. ,.. Ist< aid name v. Ith :l,e
... iii,. i ir. mt '.,ui i ..: I lad.
County, Florida
BARBARA r. EDWARDS
. -'I 7 1 _____
GENTLEMAN
would lik. to m..t nie. 9'fl
30-40. PtMM *nd n*1"*' <,<*r*
and t.l.phon. numbsr to Mr. S.,
Box 2973, Mi.mi 18.
Oils
'itOUSi Of PICTURES
Miami's Newest
^vfnr^dsrn^'T -.ditienal
tn' fTramed Unframed
Picture Framing Dry M.unt.ng
Rep,ir. OpieMM. FrK t.M^m.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35484-B
In is, ESTATE OF
LENA MOSKIN. I>-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors tind All Persons Hav-
Ine Claims or Demands Asalnsl Said
You ,',,'i i-n' ii of you a,''
notirtad snd quit i to pn ni any
, ,,,iii- and domanda which v
. Ith,,- of mi. ,,,!> It '' ""'
of LENA MOSKIN, d,
lai. of ih.i1.' County, Florida, w tb.
Honorable Counts Juthres of Pad.
County, ami Ws tka same in tn.-,r
I,, the County Courthouae in
l'sil.' i"ountv, Florida, iilii,'
i-alritdar months f,",n th.> date of ih.'
publication lu-i-.i'i Said claims
i amis to contain ii' Ustal
f the .-lalnnint ami to I"'
su.iin in anil pr sented aa arc
, will be barred, ewe Section
711 || of the ni:, Probate Ai t.
Uatc J<- Ird, A.D lW,
SHIRLEY DASH ____
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Tc-taini nt of
LENA MOSKIN. deceased
GEORGE .) AI.HOIM
As i:.\niitor of the l.a.-i Will
and Testament of
LENA Mi'SKIN, deceased
QBOROE .1. Al.BOl'M
Attorney for Executors of
Ksiate of Lena Moskin
!;n-, Lincoln rtod. Miami Beach. Fla.
6, 10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NI 'THK IS HEREBY GIVEN
tii.. undersigned, desiring to ensns
- under the fictitious na n
THE SOI'THERN COMPANY.
Miami. la in
lo ,. _,- ter said name with the
uit Court of I Mil. Co
Florida,
SOI'THERN FOLDER
DISTRIBVTIM I i'' IMP VNY.
\ i loi Ida i "oi poi a,ion
t'Al.I.cil". SILVER & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
rul 'onaress Blag;.
S,S-10-17-J4_____________________________
Cl RTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PR --
i:\Ts SHALL COME, GREETIN 8:
W'h.i as,
M1TCHEL P. MILLER,
MIAMI FLORIDA
I. tWREXCE -I JUSTIN.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MAX SINGER,
MIAMI. FLORIDA
the -i'ii, daj of Fobi uary, A.D.
lUM tO 1"' mn il I'"ri
the iin.vi-ion- of chapter t I
Statutes, DIXIE GATE HOMES
CORP., a corporation, with its i>rin-
clpal iil.ne of busin.es at MIAMI,
DADE COUNTY. In the Suite of I
,,,,,. ami whereas ,,,. stockhoid,
such corporation did on tlie 2nd
or May, a i IU5, aua. to be
in the office of tht Ueoretarj <
of ilii State of Florida, a Consent
ail the sio.kliolUers under the provl-
slons of said Chapter 6'*. Honda
Statutes, showlauj the dissolution of
-in h ..or|Hiratlon.
Now. therefore, the Secretarj ol
State do.-- I,.,. i" cei tlfj i" ih.
Roing and that he la aatleftod i l
,|i,i,,.ments of law have I..- ,1
con,plied with. ___.....
in WITNESS WHEREOF, l
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the '
s.al of the State Of llorlda.
at Tallahassee, the Capll il.
this the Second day of May,
A.D. i ''"'.
It. A. GRAY.
Secretary of Stale


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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1955
SECTION B
WILL EUROPE'S LAST
DP CAMPS CLOSE?
Ten Top Miami Leaders Will Attend
New York Health, Welfare Conference;
Workshop Sessions to [Mark Meeting
Ten top Miami leaders will represent this Com-
niumty when more than 100 Jewish Federation,
health and welfare executives from all parts of I he
I nited States and Canada gather in New York City
June 11 and 12 for a series of intensive discussions
on community and hospital planning.
Attending will be Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Harold Thur-
man, chairman of the planning committee, Federa
tion; Abe Kurman, president of the Jewish Home
tor the Aged; Maurice Pearlstein, Home executive
is contemplation of the script of a humorous playlet is
by members of its cast as the Men's Club of Temple
u Kl rehearse? the satire presented at the Temple's
retaliation dinner-dance of the Sisterhood, Men's Club
Teacher Association Sunday evenino, June 5. in
cr.d ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left
i! are Joel Newman. Raymond Feiner, Benjamin Greene.
:-,q (left to right) are Saul Genet and Raphael Yunes.
;cs,t members not shown are Dcvid Klinasr, Dr. Her-
ilowitz, Louis Pollack. Michael Salmon and Sam D.
:o. Co-authors are Dr. Mechlowitz. Joe! Newman and
v Teller.
Lccal AJCommittee Chapter Sends
Lewis as Representative to London
Mrs. NlhlmM levin
irsery School Tots
(Graduation Here
brida festival and graduation
Ihe CMJCC Nursery Schools
P'ace last week at the Con-
ihree branches.
mf 150 children demonstrat-
*ith self made puppets, songs,
'' and original interpretations
'ramatizations.
Wrty children of the five-to-
frar old groups who have com-
N their first grade program
Bialkowicz, Judith Es-
Brower, Paul Kalman, Jane
Margulis, Joanne Louise Pick-
I ue Pitts, Elaine Reiter.
' Schwimmer, Janice Sha-
id Geoffrey Alan Temple,
n Branch.
lark Siegal, Gregory Lvons,
fald Rogers, Ellen Tavel. Enid
r'h. bavid Murray. Joel Rubin,
N Weiner, Jan Hirshberg and
"' Hose. Beach Branch
bert Goodman, Henry Issen-
- Mark Kelman. Jeffrey Marks,
rhar,i Paiant, Sherry Rubin,
>n"> Seidman. Mark Seligman
Daniel Yagoda, FlaglerGrana
ioranch.
Cade's Employ
The Handicapped
Names Mrs. Levin
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin i- the new
president of the Dade National
Employ I he Physically Handicap-
ped Committee. She succeed- Leo
Axlrod.
Also elected with Mrs Levin at
a meeting in the Miami Chamber
of Commerce conference room
were Franklin Saunders, vice pres-
ident; Col. Michael Isenber
ordinator; Jonathan Bliss, chair-
man of selective placement; and
Col. Harry Maxin. chairman of
blind placement.
Col. Maxin\ committee is a nevi
one. formed to assist in placing the
blind in industry.
The Dade committee embraces
44 lesser committees in the Great-
er Miami area, as well as the em-
ploy the handicapped program of
the Miami Jaycees.
In other business, the parent
group voted to meet the first Tues-
day of each month hereafter Pre
viously the group met only at the
i call of the president.
It heard a report that placements
of the handicapped tor 1955 had
fallen off as much as 25 per cent
compared to the 1954 figure -
It created a special program de-
signed to find employment for the
severely handicapped, such a* per-
sons severely crippled by polio and
double amputees.
It was decided to establish a
committee to handle this ph.i-e of
the program, but no chairman was
named.
Worth Dade Sisterhood
Plans Drive, Luncheon
Sisterhood of North Dade Jew
ish (enter will meet Monday eve-
ning for a membership drive in
the form of a -Gay 90s Noshcry.
Mrs. Bernice Berger is member-
ship chairman.
Regular luncheon of the sister-
hood will be held on Wednesday
noon. June 15. at the Center. Host
esses tor the affair are Mrs
Charles Weissman. Mrs. Jack Au-
gust. Mrs. Arnold Stern and Mrs.
Milton Beresh.
How to -ilengthen Western
Kuropean and North African Jew-
ish communities now faced with
serious problems will be the domi-
nant theme of the consultative
conference of Jewish organizations
in London June 12 to 16.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee will send delegates to the Lon-
don conference, and the Gn
Miami Chapter will also be repre-
sented. J. Gerald Lewis, of tin
Easl DiLido dr., DiLido Island, Mi-
ami Beach, will join delegates
from throughout the United
States, .i- well as from 27 nations
abroad, to participate in the de-
liberations.
Th;- conference is being spon-
sored jointly by American Jewish
Committee. Anglo-Jewish Associa-
tion of Great Britain and the Al-
liance Israelite Universcile of
Fiance.
The five-day meeting will pre-
sent the most comprehensive and
up-to-date picture of Jewish life
in Europe and North Africa today,
with Jewish community leaders
from the different countries re-
porting on current needs and on
plans for the future.
The conference also will mark
the ten years of progress in re-
building Jewish communities since
World War II and Hitlers attempt
to annihilate Jewry.
Provisional agenda includes the
following matters; relation of Jew-
ish communities to their environ-
ment; fight for human rights;
strengthening of Jewish religious,
educational and cultural life; and
effective means of cooperation
among West European Jewish com-
munities, the State of Israel and
American Jewry.
t. Gerald lewis
director; Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Ho
Women's Auxiliary.
Daniel M. Broad, director and pioneer founder of
the Jewish Home for the Aged; Dr. Benjamin B
Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Mia I
Jewish Federation: David Phillip.- iv leratl in trea
urer; Jack Carrier, treasurer of the Jewish Home for
the Aged and chairman of the CIA Winter Residents
Division: and Samuel Gertner, executive director,
Mount Sinai Hospital.
The two-day conference, sponsored by the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will
seek to fix community respons-
ibility for fhe chronically iil and
will explore various programs tor
meeting this top priority problc
The conference will be form,,
j opened Saturday evening at a d -
jner at which Dr. Milton Terri
sistant Dean for Post-Graduate
Education at the University of
Buffalo Medical School, will sound
the keynote for the confereni
The noted medical educator will
address the ,, gembled Federation
medical and welfare executives,
preside!,;- and trustees on "T
Long-Term PatientA MediM
and Community Responsibility."
Following the keynote address,
the confi will convene in a
jerk i : woi kshop sessions on
pro ili m caring for the chn
call] ill. The work-hops will c
tinue on Sunday morning with in-
tensive disci! ions of advanced
thinking as well as practical plans
posed by hospitals, home- for I
aged, family ;, ;encies and other
ciai welfare agencies to meet the
needs of the chronically ill I
lowing lunch, there will be anoth
series of workshop sessions
recommendations for commun
planning for mobilizing the total
resources of the comrnunity on
behalf of the long-term patient.
Myers is scheduled to conduct
one of the workshop sessions.
Liebman to Head
ZOA Delegation
National convention of the Zion-
ist Organization of America will be
held in Washington. D.C., June 16
to 20. Hotel Willard will be con-
vention headquarters.
The Florida delegation will be
led this year by Seymour B. Lieb-
man. Miami Beach attorney and
community leader. Liebman is the
onlv South Florida member of the
national administrative committee.
He and Max Weiss, of De Land,
I la represent the Florida dis-
tricts on the national board.
An outstanding convention pro-
gram has been planned, according
to Gil Rappaport. Florida director
of the Zionist Organization of
America. Keynote addresses will
be made by both Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban and by Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver.
Within the next few days, over
50 delegates and alternates will be
elected by the 10 Zionist Districts
in South Florida to represent
them at the convention.
Hebrew Elementary Schools Here
Hold Graduations Tuesday Eve
. Annual graduation exercises
of the Hebrew Elementary Schools
of Greater Miami, sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
were scheduled to be held on
Thursday evening, Juno 9, at the
Miami Woman's Club.
The graduation class consists of
30
uel Pine. Robert M. Rosenberg, Al-
len Shevach, Wills Sue Sus
of Temple Beth Sholom.
Elliott Friedwald. Edward Gins-
berg. Robert Hauser. Charles Hor-
ner. Rosalind Lehrman. Leonard
Levy, Edward Pottlitzer. Rona'd
Rothstein. Stanley Ringler, Mi-
students from five participat- i cnae| jessler, steven Marks and
ing schools. They include;
Cynthia Bott, Allen Goldman.
Dale Handshu. Joel Kutnick. Ed-
ward Leviten and Jerome Spector
of the Beth David Congregation;
Marsha Pierce of Miami Hebrew
School; Devera Dernis. Sandra
Melvin Wolfe of Temple Emanu-
El.
The graduation exercises were
to feature a narrative cantata on
the life of Moses Maimonides en-
titled "The Rambam," especially
'-..p. KT_u adapted for the occasion by Louis
Schaps. Daniel Solomon of North ;c ,!_____ .:,. j;.,
'Schwarlzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
Shore Jewish Center: Robert Be
nach, Gary S. Brooks, Arthur Low.
Richard S. Materson. William Sam-
Two Get 'Distinguished'
Titles at R0TC Rites
Brig. Gen. Philip F. Lindeman.
chief of Army Reserve and ROTC
Affairs, awarded second lieuten
ant's bars to 16 graduates of the
Reserve Officers Training Corps of
the University of Miami Monday in
Beaumont Lecture Hall.
tion.
Diplomas were presented by
Rabbis Henry Wernick. of Beth
David. Mayer Abramowitz, of
North Shore Jewish Center, Simon
April, of Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, Leon Kronish, of
Temple Beth Sholom. and Irving
Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI.
The Jacob and Adele Kaplan
Scholarship award was presented
at the exercises by the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
Distinguished Military Graduate
titles have been earned by Arthur | Greetings were extended by Mrs.
L. Finkelstein and Harry R. Las- Matilda II. Ratner. president of
cola.
Receiving gold bars as Distin-
guished Military Students are Her-
bert F. Antine. Davis S. Kenin.
William J. Pfaffenbergcr, Finkel-
stein and Lascola.
Also receiving commissions are
Joseph A. Benner. Jr.. Philip S.
Bibicoff, Gerald Connell, Kenneth
N. Eward, George W. Kantor. Har-
ry A. Levy. Jay H. Linn. Richard A.
Poppendorf, Thomas J. Simon,
Leonard Speisman and Christian
R. Wittkow.
the Bureau.
42 Miamians Listed
"Who's Who in World Jewry."
recently published and released in-
ternationally, lists 42 persons
who are residents of Greater Mi-
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outstanding Jews was edited under
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FRIDAY
Conference Again
Names Mrs. Farr
Some 200 women of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Women's Organisa-
tion of Dade and Brow-urn" County
gathered on the dining cpol "t the
Biscayne Terrace hotel Kite las!
week to wakh the instalhuion ot
the group's new officials
Mrs, A.iron Parr was Installed
;i- president; Mr- \ i ink \v< |
lins and Mr- H.irrv G l:
'.!-. and Mr- Matilda
irer
Other officers installed include
Mrs Irwin Weingstein, recording
secretary; Mrs Benjamin tppel,
^IW^WI**.**
tar:.
Members heard guest speaker
Mayor Harold Shapiro .. n d his
wite. of Miami Beach. dlaCUBS their
recent travels .^liroad.
Three resolutions tor the roar
were introduced by Mr- Milton
Sirkin. resolutions chairman.
These included that the organ-
ization bold feb 15 to Mar IS ill
suspension and that during this
period no independent fund raising
tartad bj the in
dividual group- under the organis-
ation; that one month a rear be
dedicated to an educational pro-
imur.it> well.
, > r be appointed
the indn mps
i ih the main i
The lion includes
filial in the Di

<-r unit> ui.
Confirmed last week was this qroup. representing the largest
class in the history of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
First row (left to right' are Mrs. Irvinq Kaplan. Temple Sister
hood president. Deane Granoff. Ronald Alan Friedland,
Dorothy Enid Don. David Bamet Schlissel. Beth Kaplan,
William Samuel Pine. Sandra Harriet Shapiro. Michael Allan
Jacob-son, Janet Ruth Rosen, Robert Benach, Nancy Jo Merritt.
Second row (left to right) ate Ralph Spero. Temple president,
Theodore I. Sokolsky, Richard S. Materson, Joy Ann Gardner.
Michael Jay Kogan, Lora Garhinkel. Gary Simon Brooks.
Helene Sue Soglovitz. Norman Lachman. Su.3cn Elaine
Cchen. Parry S. Shein, Marjone Hop3 Scm~. Roberta Sue
Goldberg. Judge Harry Greenberg. chairr
wiviuwy. iuUye nuiry oreenDerg, chairman Temnkl
of education. Third row (left to riqht) are WiUa Sue s!d
David Ronald Sternoff. Temma Mazor, Steven S
Susan Lee Coleman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer Sn.
Greenberg. educational director. Rabbi Leon Kronlil
bert Allen Tobin. Linda Gail Cogen. Mark H. MedtAkl
Jean Friedman. Richard Steven Hoberman. Fourih^J
Robert Michael Rosenberg, Myron Katzoif. Gail Ethrfl
Arthur Low, Linda Karen Kars. Morey Moss Deann(
Samuel L. Samelson. Addie Rose. Allen B. Shevach.
Irene Hurt. Rudy Kellerman.
Center Summer Camps
Name Waterfront Staff
rfront stall fur the
pan ui th. Qt
ami Jewish Community Center was
this week b) Ban
assistant director
This h of the fo;.:
mps operated hv the center in
: variuui Dad* Count]
have .. lull time waterfront in
--
Mrs. Goldberg in fourth
Term as Sisterhood President
education instructor at thi Paul
School in Cleveland, 0.
ithletic director
and camp director tor various mid
ons
Mr- Charles Cole will head up
of I he program at the.
North Dack .Uwi-h Center Sho
conducted a swimming m-truc
tion program for the Red Cross in
IhaJ -t -ummcr and has
-tructor -upervising activities al ''"" ,>ct'n waterfront director at
ihe the different swimming pool- thai several
first vice r,. used by the Center. Tropp -aid ______
All four individuals are qualified
a-au rfront safetj instructors.
11 ehSnef Tin' Wh W'U '"
c, ,:. ................. ...___|cnarge of the -wimming program
for the Beach Branch, is a student
at Emory Iniversity and has
taught -wiinnung previously on
Miami Beach Another Emory Uni-
versity student. William Griffin,
will be in charge at the Town
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COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrtcks Rebuilt t.dy Repairs and Palntmj
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lent. Rachael
ond vice pn -ident; Sarah Stone,
irer; Fred Ochs, recording
-cretan.
Sam Gettner. financial
and publicity chairman.
Named to the board of directors
the1 Mesdamaa Anna Gru-
berg, C.ussie Hershbein. Sam Oka-
moff. Pauline Rappaport. Mr. and
Mr- David Singer, the Mesdames r" nrT "' 3 h' \Z*
Mary Wengrow. Cel.a Wilner and fh" w.mnT,, nr a V?** '"
Mr Isadore Schwartz versSr^^
Si*erhood plans installation of ,
rhood plans installation
officers on Sunday. June 12
Miami Unit Swim Dance
Sand) Frogel. pre-idf-nt of the
u Unit of Junior H
announcus the group will hold a
-w.m dance Saturday evening.
June 11. at the pool uf
Cromwell hotel.
Title of the dance is Bon \
age" in honor of Misses Ann Basch
and Elaine Schwartzman. who will
immer in Israel with
the Junior !i I
It*. They will New


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dren in Israel v.
Shfej ..h in charge of
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On a Lowe
At the Flagler-Granada Center.
Franklin Langsner will be water-
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)AY. IUNE 10, 19SS
ith Jacob installs
fleers; Honors
cornfields Sunday
bnTcgation Beth Jacob held
jannnil installation dinner on
Iday evening,' June 5. The ocr-a-
was highlighted by two signi
dt event*, ihe installation of
Dy elected officers and -board
the celebration of the 50th
\(\\nx anniversary of Mr. and
Louis Bloomfield.
e following officers were in
B,,,l; Leo Meyer, president:
m Lerner, first vice president:
li- Makovsky. second vice presi
\lareie Liberman. treasurer;
an Galbut, financial secretary;
Dan Roth, recording secretary.
i i< a member of Hibiscus
te. S2nd degree Mason, Shriner
chairman of the advisory com-
fee ol the DeMolays. He is vice
dent of the Mt. Sinai Ceme-
\. -nciatinn. He is also a
ber "f the Elks and was Com-
piler <>f the American Legion
1 of Wisconsin, his former
[ i A! iva Chill officiated at
jfi.'tallation and led the con-
dition in paying tribute to Mr.
Mrs. I.. Bloomfield. Cantor
urn Weingarten rendered ap-
iriate musical selections.
lalvin Englander, director of
ongregation, was master of
imonies. Heading the arranijc-
pi committM are Hyman Gal
land Morris Krevat.
^MLfkrM$ap
Pekelner President
Of Miami Zionists
Arthur Pekelner has been elect-
ed president of the Miami Zionist
j District.
Also named to office at a recent
election meeting in Beth David
Congregation- are Abe Kassow, Al
I Quadow and Jerome Weinkle, vice
presidents; Moses Meyer, record-
ing secretary; Mrs Hyman Sootin,
, financial secretary; and Sol Col-
lins, treasurer.
Members of the board include
Abe Kaplan, Mayor Abe Aronovitz,
lelman, Louis Falk, Irv-
ing Saal, Harry Cordon. Louis Ga-
don. Harry Simonhoff, Nathan
Alexander. Al Miller. Sam Traurig.
Isidore Bakst. Seymour Liebman.
I'eter Heller, Sam Landau, Sain
I.cvine. David Sernaker. Louis
Schwartzman, Isidore Langner,
I Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Isidore
Dickman, H. Sootin, Simon Seiden,
Ben Serkin, Alfred Finkelstcin and
Joe Mechlow.
PAGE 3 B
Mrs. tfatildu Ratner
Mrs. Rat ner Ag
To Head Bureau
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner lias been
reelccted president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education for the year
195556.
Other officers named were Louis
Heiman. Benjamin Meyers a n d closin,, asscmbly of thc rciigious
Max Me.sel. honorary presidents; school of Temple Emanu-EI
Israel Shapoff. Harry Simonhoff I took pIace on Sunday morning,
and Joseph Duntov.Jhonorary vice junc 5, whcn ,2 sfudents receiv-
12 Get Diplomas at
Temple Emanu-EI Sunday
|rs. Lipson is
ingress Delegate
Isaac Lipson. member of
(unity of Beth Sholom relig
-ehool. has been elected by
Histadruth Ivrith of Greater
|nu to serve as a delegate to the
Id Hebrew Congress, which
hold sessions in Jerusalem
early part of August
fr~ Lipson is leaving for Is
|1 on July 22 for a six-week seni
in thai country, sponsored by
Jewish Agency and the Israeli
Fulate Mrs. Lipson is an Asso-
\v in Hebrew Letters of the He-
l Diversity Teachers Semin-
m Jerusalem, She was former-
|national chairman of Hebrew
i n of Young Judaea and is
t president of, the Pioneer
|men.
fore coming lo Miami Beach
years ago. Mrs. Lipson was
educational director of the
I ie on the Heights in Cleve-
and principal of its Hebrew
nt.
s of ihe local Histadruth
h oi ganizatton are J. Z. Si.id
ident, Joseph Free, first
president; Mrs. Ruth Lisa, sec-
Id vice president; Samuel Vogel-
treasurer; Mrs. J. Z. Stad-
rding secretary; and A.
i d, corresponding secretary,
presidents: Harold Thurnian. So
Goldman and Sam Prosterman,
vice president; Ehicl Lesowoder,
treasurer; and Charles Gottlieb,
secretary.
Mrs. Ratner. president of the
Miami Millwork and Lumber Com-
pany, has been a leader in thc
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami for many years. She has given
devoted service to Hadassah,
Bonds for Israel, Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations and
to many synagogues and philan
ihronic organizations.
ed their diplomas in annual bac-
calaureate exercises, according to
Dr. Herman Mcchlowitz, chairman
of the school.
Graduates are Elliott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Friedwald; Edward,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gins-
berg; Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hauser; Charles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Homer; Rosalind,
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman; Leonard, son of Mrs.
Etta Levy; Stephen, son of Dr. and
Mrs Meyer B. Marks; Edward, son
of Mrs. Faye Pottlitzer; Stanley,
Mrs. Ratner is the only woman son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ringler;
i president of a Bureau of Jewish
I Education in thc United States.
------------------------
To Attend Conference
Nat Cans has been invited for
the tenth consecutive year to at-
tend the Presidents Club confer-
ence, which will be held at Grey-
stone Inn, Roaring Gap, N.C.
Top production qualifiers of the
Southeastern territory will meet
with executive officers of the Met-
ropolitan Life Insurance Company
for one week and return June 20.
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Rothstcin; Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Tessler; Melvin, son
of Mr. ana Mr.-,. Leonard Wolfe.
Diplomas were distributed by
Dr. Mcchlowitz, and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman addressed the gradu-
ates. Prayer in the name of the
student body was offered by
Rosalind Lehrman. Elliott Fried-
wald gave the Valedictorian
address
Included in the program was
a playlet. "The Jewish Year in
Review," presented by nurs-
ery students. The third grade
presented its original play. "Rabbi
Akibah and Bar Kochba," directed I
by Mrs. Trixie Levin. The fourth
grade presented a play in He-
brew and English on the life of
David Marcus.
Named 'Parents of Year'
NEW YORK-Mr. and Mrs. Dan
lei Salk, parents of Dr. Jonas E,
Salk, discoverer of the anti-polio-
myelitis vaccine, were honored as
Jewish Parents of the Year as
part of the current National Fam-
|y Week observance and present-
ed a scroll on which was inscribed
the words "And Thou Shall Teach
it unto Thy Children. Ihe pres-
I made here by Salim .
L. Lewis, president oi the Federa Rabbi Morris Skop,.spiritual leader
lion of Je
Ni w York.
KHman Memorial Service
Memorial services for Mrs. Sam-
uel Kitnian. who died last month,
will be held Sunday evening. June
ma wrpres.den. of the IVdera Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader
, ol Jew,sh Philanthropies oi of Coral Gables Jewish Center, wiU
officiate.
, *.jX-- #*
Laiqe8t confirmation clasa in the history of
Temple Emanu-EI participated in the 1954-
55 confirmation exercises on Shavuoth
i morning. First row (seated, left to right) are
Sarina Molko, Jacqueline White, Sondra
: DeLeon, Frances Haber, Wendy Postol, Ar-
lene Kaplan, Maxaie -. Jun Farber,
j Rose Cohn. Second row (left to riqht) are
i Carol Wiesen. Cornelia Turk, Linda Aran-
tt. June Levine. Sheila Wyle, Sydney Gru-
ber. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Philip
Brummer. Bonila **g%J^V^
man Sheila Zemmel. Madelyn Kumble,
Meril Trent. Third row (left to right) are
Linda Marks. Barbara Bums. Barbara Sheri-
dan Marcia Freeman. Ruth Weins e n,
Rosalind Co-kill. Barbara SchoenfaW.
linHn Schoenfeld. Regina Brummer. Top
ShapL S MeJhlowitz. SKwar, Col,o.
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V FRGE4B
ON JEWISH LAW AND LORE. By Louis Giniberg. 262 pp. Philadel-
phia: Th Jewish Publication Society of America. 1955. $3.50.
By HILARY MINOLIN
THE TRUE dilettantethat strange bird who rises phoenix like
from the ashes of his own education is identifiable by one salient
trait: he will bend his laymen's mm only to the scholar grindstone
Not for him the light treatise written by one of his own species; the
dilettante, like the professional he emulates, looks tor sterner stuff
For such one. this book by one of Jewry's greatest modern scholars
will be a delight
Dr. Giniberg. for fifty two years Professor of Talmud at the Jew
ish Theological Seminary of America until his death in 1953 contrib
uted both hooks and papers to Jewish letters, many of them classics In
their fields. Collected in this posthumously published volume are six
essays which deal generally with twd "I Dr Gintberg'i interests. Tal-
mud and folklore, although the discttssiona often range much further
afield than that.
The opening paper. "An Introduction to the Palestinian Talmud
forms the introduction to Dr Ginzbcrg's last great work. "Commentary
on the Jerusalem Talmud It is actually a discussion of the histor) ol
both the Baby Ionian and Palestinian Talmuds. the differences m nature
and spirit between them, and the influence of both on the Law.
Jewish Folklore Bast and West.' originally delivered at Harvard,
reveals the vast amount of Jewish legend which made its waj into other
lands and religions, including the Christian "The Christian saints
rased miracles, parallels to which are found not in Scripture but
onl) in Talmudn Midrashic literature, and in a large number of cases
the agreement in detail is too striking to admit the possibility of Inde-
pendent origin Other problems of origin are often solved by noticing
that s kej word In i legend in the Koran, for instance has no "motiva-
tion." whereas it ha- a very good one in the Midrash. where it also
appears
THE LECTURE delivered at the Hebrew l'ni\crsit> in Jerusalem.
'The Significance of the Halai hah for Jewish History, is considered
a milestone on the road Of Jewish scholarship Dr. Ginzberg stresses
the unifying relationship which exists between the halachahthe de-
crees and interpretations of the laws ot the Torahand the haggadah.
>r between the realm of life and the realm f the spirit. The lecture
- with I stirring exhortation to his audience:
The haggadah asks, why did Adam ... act so foolishly as to eat
first oi the Tree of Knowledge, thus bringing upon himself mortality'
The haggadah answers that before he ate of the Tree of Know I
he had no conception of the meaning of life The Tree of Life
d and concealed in the Tree of Knowledge ... 1 beg of you
ol Urael' tn remember, and never to forget, that there can be no life
without ki. ..nee of our People and Land without
a rennaissance oi Jewish learning."
The east) on the Allegorical Interpretation of Scripture' is par
tiCUlarl) interesting in its fOCniiaaafl Of the role Of histor) in fostering
Ibis incipient phase of rationalism, and the influence of Hellenism.
with its emphasis on ethical and philosophical values This essay, plus
The Codification of Jewish Law" and "The Cabala. i> reprinted from
The Jewish Kncyclopedia."
Dr Ginsberg's lxok is a superb example of scientific Jewish schol-
arship and erudition. Scholar, dilettante, or anyone interested in the
deeper aspects ot Judaism one would. 1 am sure, walk even more
proudly with the understandin;: and insight which Dr Ginzberg so
clearly offers
BETH SIEROTT
American Passport Procedure Chall
Jewish group! which have
long been disturbed over injus-
tices of the immigration laws
have recently turned to new de-
velopments in passport proced-
ures
These groups are becoming
concerned over aspects Ol the
,>olic\ I n d procedures of the
State Department's Passport Di-
vision An example is the case of
Otto Nathan, famed Columbia
University economist who was
named executor of the estate of
the late Dr Albert Kinstein. Dr.
Nathan one of Dr. Einstein's
closest friends, was denied a
passport last year Dr Nathan
mi accused of leftist leanings |n
Germany many years ago. He
has not been given I chance to
confront his accusers.
A naturalized citizen. Dr Na-
than took legal recourse in the
courts, suing for a passport. The
: nroent asked for a dis-
missal il his suit on the grounds.
anfong others, that he had not
appealed to she Board of Pus*
port Appeals Hi Nathan plead-
ed, and Federal Judge H. A.
Schweinhaut agreed, that there
was no point in an appeal when
a real hearing did not exist
Since September. 1950. the
Passport Division has been guid-
ed by the McCarran Internal Se-
curity Act. Under the act, it be-
came public policy to deny pass-
ports to members of organiza-
tions designated by the Subvers
ive Activities Control Board to
be Communist "action" or com-
munist "front" organizations.
This line of thinking found the
communist conspiracy "a clear
and present danger to the secur-
ity of the United States "
While civil liberties groups
recognized the government's
right to deny a passport to a per-
son whose travels abroad do not
serve the best interests of the
U.S.," they also insisted that the
individual's constitutional rights
le recognized and respected. Un-
til 1952. the State Department
could deny a citizen a passport
without giving reasons in any but
the most general terms, without
a formal hearing, and without
provisions for appeal. Under
engf
,h,-<' "'-risjsjajj, *
J*bh that JV
"'<" w* often fh*?
fry,ng ,h> Ss\-
it imagined but
be suspects.
Wvtfi
As a result. the
ment announced nev,
governing the Pi,,
"res Under the 1
a person must be gj,
" f,,r Passpon
specifically ...sjssj
tions permit \ jls
plicant is entitled
mi:-, one before the";
vision and the seeonT
Board of Passport Ap,
While these reform
corned, many groups .
continued vigilance is 2
ed to ensure fair
Liberals point to
passport procedure- 9
fear resemble congress
mtttee tactic] used U|
cunty hearing- jn
must prove himself .
and entitled to a pj-**l
EM0N GUTTBBMAN
Georgie Jessel--the Greatest
Toastmaster of Our Time
Now that Georgie Jeaael has
written a great new book on many
subjects, hilarious and sad. en-
riched with many episodes and
asides on the many famous people
in show business, it is about time
that America honored this out-
standing personality, says Eddie
Cantor.
It is about time that we recog-
nized the greatest after-dinner
speaker in this or any other conn
try." Bddie g'H's on "It is about
time that we brought some honor
to a man whose talents are unpar-
alleled in show business "
Continues Eddie: "I have known
George Jessel for a lifetime. I
played with George in the Kid (a
baret of Gus Kdwards' of sainted
memory in 1911 Jessel at that time
was thirteen years old. not yet thir-
\ltl III It LEWIS
Europe's DP Camps May Soon lie Memory
It may not be possible, but the UN High COBS
oner for Refugees. Dr G J van Heuven Goad
hart, says that he hopes to close down the refugee
camps in Europe during the next four years There
have been attempts to do this before, and they have
not succeeded: although many refugees were found
homes and resettled, more came in to take their
place. As one official here said, it has been like try
ing to empty a well which is ted by a spring Dr
Goedhart makes only one condition for cleaning out
these camps which are a festering sore on th>
.'t the free worldbut it is an important condition
He says, in his annual report which has just been
published here, that it can be done as long as the
newly set up United Nations Refugee Fund, or
UNREF as it is called, receives sufficient fuad
its four year program
Millo\ i itumi \\
Although, the High Commissioner's office e>ti
mates there are 75.000 refugees who do not come
under the High Commissioner's mandate Most ,,i
them are escapees from behind the Iron Curtain, al-
though there are still some displaced persons" who
have not been relocated despite the fact that it is
ten years since the war There are a few Jews |a
these camps some of them do not want to go to
Urael. others are described as "difficult cases"
which Israel cannot afford to take (The Jewish State
has absorbed a disproportionate number of these
difficult easea," the aged and the invalid in need
of special care, who cannot possibly support them
selves, i
A meeting of the executive committee of UNREF.
Dr Goedhart Bays in his report has drawn up a
plan for closing down these camp-
teen: and so. being of the Jewish
faith, he studied diligently for his
confirmation Bar Mitzvah if you
will
"And the morning of his Bar
Mitvah. he called me on the phone,
and he said. 'Edie. today I want
you to bring a high hat and a frock
coat and striped trousers I said,
el, that is a funny outfit for
me for Bar Mitzvah.' and he said.
T am also getting married.'
"Married little did I know-
that it was going to become a ha-
bit And so. for 31 years. Georgie
Jessel and I have been intimate
friends We have basked in this
great warmth we call show busi
ness
"And Jessel and I have had a
great deal in common We have
the same temperaments, we have
lived the same kind of a life. With
us both, it has been one girl after
another and 1 have paid for
mine; as a matter of fact. 1 paid
for some of his And he has come
a long way in show business
"People have said that he is the
greatest toastmaster ever. He is a
great comedian and a producer .
But did you ever catch him at a
funeral? He is wonderful most
wonderful These things are noth-
ing for Jevsel He loves to go
to a funeral And all through the
years he makes notes on all his
friends, because he is a busy man
... he wants to be ready And
many times he has called me on
the phone I said. 'Hello' and he
hung up He is just checking on my
health"
Geartf .'cinI
Reprisal Policy' Used bv Us as Excuse
State Department elements are using Israel's
'reprisal policy" as an excuse to avoid reslateg
American Near Eastern strategy which isolate- 1-
rael and favors the Arabs.
Since Israel-Americar. talks on security matters
opened last September, the State Department h.,-
gamed valuable insight into the I-rael point of \ lew
George V Allen, new AasJnIanl Secretary of State
for Near Eastern Affairs has shown much more con-
cern over Israels situation than did his predece-
Allen replaced Henry A Byroade. who is now Am-
bassador to Egypt.
On the fundamental I wever the State
Department remains as adamant as ever It seizes on
each "reprisal" as a ocvice to avoid the issues.
Israel is gravely worried over the existing pro-
gram to arm Iraq, the possibility that other hostile
Arabs will be granted IS munitions, and the
emerging aeettrity pattern in the Near East from
which Israel is excluded
The State Department has indicated that the
r plan of American Near Eastern Strategy .-
based on the nrasSMSfllmi that no real threat'ex
lsts to Israel from the Arabs Thi- was clearlv enu
merited in an address recently by John D Jcrnegan
'PU,> **"* Secretary of Statl tor Near Eastern
Affairs. There is .,mc ,a!k ln ,he 1>epar|I|1,
Israel s fear, being "neurotically based on Jewish
emotionalism There are assurances" that IS
Arabs0 eXPertV "llH ,Nr*H s,ron*er han the
A so-called step by step program is engaged
b> the Department to bring about eventoal Arab-
Israel peace One such step ,s e regional water
plan of Presidential envoy Eric Johnston
HILL noui
Gordon Retail
To Giants Sen
Fitting Climo]
There could be no mm1
climax to the baseball ai*
Gordon than his return wl
York Giants, as wa>
nounccd in a big press sjbsj
For Gordon played best years with the GuL
he started making the rwas
the National League
Sid. a boy from Brook*!
ed the Giants ,n 1M1*J,
leave of absence to go"^
during the war He
the Giant club and
substantial -hare to J*
ting of the team mtv
the forties.
The year 19*8 wsl
season for Sid In %
belted a grand total oi*
which still tsn* *-
record during his eaita
Since then he ^^
the Braves ooih m '"Jal
Milwaukee, and then n--
It was from tsbur!*JJJ
was traded back to the J"
exact figure of the P^
not announced, an. ,
underrtand.r.. J\J .
had shelled out SSM"1
bck J
years S,d ha been**" |
strong, long-hsI JJ *!"
added power to eve
which he has ^L, p
just fit into the u-,
things this -eases m^
ga^eof that extra
in the tough race
iyn


JUNE 10. 1.955
knishftcridian

[t Sinai Exhibit
on Beach
Ubit featuring the new,
mint Sinai Hospital of
Biami t be constructed
,ti Miami Beach at a
kr million dollars la MW
\\ public at 846 Lincoln
announced by Dan B.
i, lirman of the Develop-
,i committee.
,1 that the Lincoln rd.
has been arranged un-
jrection ot Philip t'hasin,
director of the Develop- \
Id which will raise the
money for the structure.
daily from 9 a.m. to 5
n said.
lece of the exhibit is a
el of the new hospital as
pear when completed.
inn will include all basic
rvices in the huge, rec-
f,r-t floor area. Patients'
]l be grouped in the up-
riea >1 the triangular
p i he base.
usual floor plan, which
ry patient an outside
per cent of them over
iscayne Bay or the Mi
peis the object of an
|e display at the Develop
id Lincoln rd. exhibit,
display includes the
Hall" where bronze
utstanding hospital pa
be on exhibit. The ex
minated by a wall mural
hospital a,s it will ap
ihe air after it is com-
\ ther wall mural shows
activity Of Mount Sinai
PAGE 5B
Father's Day Program
A JNF Father's Day radio pro-
gram will take place on Sunday,
June 12. over station WMBM at
12 noon.
i r t h s
births in the Greater Mi-
I include the following:
(0 Mr and Mrs. Charles
lr. May 31.
km to Mr. and Mrs. Saul
fe> 27.
km to Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
|t r May 86.
k i Ma> 26.
fcn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
25.
urn to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
trdon May 24.
on to Mr and Mrs. Mor-
rj May 23.
Crn to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
May 21.
Iter born to Mr. and Mrs.
vitt May 20.
lUr born to Mr. and Mrs.
S Adler May 19.
tr-, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
May 17.
i to Dr. and Mrs. Leo
14.
Learsi Group of Senior Judaea presented
Dolores Chernoff, group leader, with a
bracelet at a luncheon in her honor last
week. Shown are (kneeling, left in right)
Loretta Green, Estelle Robbins, Miss Chern-
off, Susan Freedman and Linda Kurland,
Learsi secretary. Sitting are Susan Bisgeier,
Nancy Freed Wins
4-Year Scholarship
Nancy Gale Freed, one of Mi-
ami High's graduating seniors, has
]ii-l won a four year teacher's
scholarship given by the State of
Florida.
Nancy was a member of the Mi-
ami High debating team and be-
longs to the National Forensic
League and the honorary Anchor
Club.
She was an assistant Sunday
school teacher at the Flagler-Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center
this past year and is immediate
past president of Delta Chapter,
B'nai B'rith. and past area chair-
man of the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Youth Council. She will be
a junior counselor at the Miami
Jewish Community Center
camp this summer.
Nancv is the daughter of Mr.
Learsi vice president. Dale Engleman, San-
dra Rubenstein, Learsi chaplain, Norma
Wolfson, Learsi treasurer, Nora Gorden,
Learsi president, and Roberta Schwartz.
Standing are Barbara Beck, Bonni Faske,
Karen Bisgeier, Gail Blatt, Marilyn Dslson,
Alice Stone, Lea Levin, Judy Wagman, Har-
riet Lefland and Noni Lesser.
>

and
d a y [ prominent in
both
Forer Elected Treasurer
Henry David Forer has been
named treasurer of Florida Blue
Key, highest honor organization on
the University of Florida campus.
He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Mike
Forer. 2121 SW 24th ave.. Miami.
Miss Nancy frtti
Mrs. Jess M. Freed,
community service.
Mr. Freed is vice chancellor of
Flagler Lodge. Knights of Phyth-
ias, and Mrs. Freed is immediate
past president of the Women's
Group of Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center.
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+ km1 Newest Dromedary
Mix Features Noted
Honey and Spices
The stork has been to Drome-
dary and hi- brought an exciting
addition to the fast-growing Family
^djpa^ -^m ^r of new Dromedan (';.! Mixes
^/ ^^ H S| >>"u :';|llln- "" debut in !<>"!
* stores throughout the city, the
newest ol Dromedarj mixes, Drom
i si ,,. cake Mix,
lit blend
! apices and the
\ IC i
tan. spei I ror its i
and delicate Hai or
h ready I
it Di omed irj

inron taste. (
with D Hone)
Cake Mix ai
il i. nder li xture that won
prize so highl) in their baking
Irving Schatxman was untal- Bul "" latest P' >>?*"
pros dent of the Chicago Club ttmrni tor the gentl) tantalizing,
Sunday evening ..: the Clover *Ucatelj spicy flavor obtained
i ib
Irving Sctiafimnn
Chicago Club Installs
Officers Sunday Evening
ionly unh this extraordinan ne*
Julius Joy Perlmufter
Civic League
Names Perlmutter
Irvfhg Lehrman, of Teni
Em inu !:!. is instaliin
ithers installed included
5 niiej Pearlman. Samuel Green
Dromedarj Mix
In addition l these special tea
tures. Dromedary Hooej n Spice
Cake Mix. like the other new
Dromedary Mixes, has many ex-
Id and Mrs Herman Steinman. cluMve advantages thai no other
1 e presidents; Sol Litvak, trea-- cake mix, no other baking method
urer; Mrs Benjamin Schanfeld. lever had before
rding secretary; Ibe Tumrk.; Dromedary1* exclusive twin pack j
il secretary; Mr- Syd Jar-,_, separate sealed packets in'M Daniels Arthur
v ri.ree or ***"* pub '' hake I small cake and cookies I Kass. Frank Steinberg. Al Mother
Hoard of fovemors inrh.Ho wl,h"l,, ,np lx,,hcr of measuring: stcm Lew Braverman. Mac Gold-
tZLJTESSL h! "" aN ***" Hmed *- an|brg. Ben Levin. Herman Barnett.
un K i,i e BOmj '" for the mother of I Bar, Gilbert. M.lton S.rkin. Leo
d Hen Ho, ( nsbu.- SnMdl fanUl> "h" may Wan< ,0 K.senste.n and Ed Singer.
Julius Jay I'erlmutter has been
named president of the Civic
, League of Miami Beach
other officers named at a re-
'cent election meeting include Al
lien Goldberg, first vice president:
Harry B Smith, second vice presi-
dent. Michael Salmon, secretary;
and Murray Sheldon, treasurer.
Board of directors includes Dr.
B
Leaders Say AM.
Is Non-Political'
The Jewish Klorictian last week
learned a paid political advertise
; ment in which Burnett Roth, cam
i paigning to succeed himself in
Tuesday's runoff for a seat in the
Miami Beach City Council, cited
leader- of the Anti-Defamation
league of B'nai B'rithas refer-
ence.
Honda regional office of ADL
has issued the following state
ment:
"The Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rilh, which maintains its
.Florida regional office in the ( i>>
of Miami, is the educational arm of
B'nai B'lith whose essential efforts
are confined to combatting bigotr)
and to the furtherance of program-
j for the betterment and improve
ment of intergroup relations. The
fancy is non political and at no
time engage* in any activities that
ma) In any way be associated with
political campaign.
The use of the Leagues name
as well as the name- of some of the
officers of the ADL by any candi
date is unauthorized."
The statement was released by
George J. Talianoff. chairman of
the ADI.s regional board, and a
member of the ADL national com-
mission.
TO h"T\
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eph Rabiner, Jack Rosen, Meyer
sea, Benjamin Shanfald li I.
ach Slavin, Herman Stein
n n
\!i- Samuel Greenfield, Mr
lag half for later
I ach of these exclusive advan-
tages has been designed to give
added assurance of perfect results
and greater baking ease, both to
. k Klinger, Mr- Clars Levj experts and newcomers to the art
Ri i, Mrs li I Smion
Beach Branch
List Sportsmen
Boys
age boys club of the Beach
F ranch Greater Miami Jewish
i -mmunity Center, held their m
t:,.mural track meet at Flamingo
I rk recently
Knights were first place win
r>. chancellor- th;> second, and
1 S I the thud
idual first, ,-econd and
:-rd place winners in each event
re respectively a< follows
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K-.igbts; Jim Steig. Chancellors.
Ek Shea, Mu Sig
380 Yard Relay Steve Bvaas
Steig. Mickey Gallander
EhxUchman, Chancellors: Robert
-- Louis Hayoa, Harvey Weiner
llty La r. n. Knights; Boh
I -hop. Paul Raymond Nat Joseph
and Stu Rubin. Rebels
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1 h K:-.ight-. Steve Evaaa, ( ban
ci dor-. Louis Have-. Knights
Uedlej Ri laj Art Holb Mar
Lann. Robert Moss and Harvev
Weiner, Knights. jark Welber Boh
spar, Danny Wi-ciberg and Hai
j Brickman, Keyston
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1 d Mel Taylor, Mu
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1 hancell
ben
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in, Ke\
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e K..h-h Mu
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rhn
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JUNE 10. 1955
+Jewish thrkHan
Mvelers Back Tired but Happy
IN THE MAIL
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
Miracle Lodge No. 321, F. &
A.M. wishes to extend its thanks
to you for the fine publicity giv-
en the Lodge, and for the fine co-
operation offered by you.
MERVYN L. AMES
Secretary
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
Congratulations on the recent
award won by The Jewish Florid-
ian. We are proud to have such an
outstanding newspaper in our
city.
MARGARET ROTH
Chairman, Women's Auxiliary
Mount Sinai Hospital
* 0
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
Sallie (Mrs. Harold B. Spaet-Ed.)
and I read with interest about the
presentation of the plaque award-
ed to The Jewish Floridian from
the Federation and the Commu-
nity.
PAGE 7 B
We want to congratulate you
and wish you every success.
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[Aviv's Mayor greets the Miami party.
]io right are Mrs. Rose Marks, Mr3. Ida
Lcl, Mrs. Frances Rubin, Mrs. Cora Mis-
rarh, Beniamin Tupler, Mrs. Anna Sorin
Bild, Mr. Samuel Deutsch and Morris Luck.
Center are Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro.
Beach." Mrs. Shapiro explained.
"We showed them on four separate
occasions before various groups."
All members of the party, in
addition to other official docu-
ments, were supplied with keys
and courtesy cards on which was
engraved the emblem ol the Miami
Beach Police Department to iden-
tify them In the foreign countries
they visited. Prior to their arrival
in Israel, trie group spent time in of R me.
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For Fifth Pop Concert Season Here
. p of Greater Miamians
t on a goodwill tour of
and Ir.raeW with Miami
K'.:\or and Mrs. Harold Sha-
ll..-nod tired but happy,
light of the tour was the
Jg extended to Mrs. Shapiro.
Israeli, who returned to
im.land for the first time
I < came to the United
t ree and a half years ago.
i the moment we arrived
. Airport in Israel, all of
relatives and friends did
|r i f in their power to show
our party how welcome
w8M," Mayor Shapiro said.
i 100 persons greeted the
jater Miamians and" Mayor
|r- Shapiro. Included in the
trere Mr. and Mrs. S. Deutch.
'! Mrs. Jacob Shoenfeld, Mr
r B. Simon. Mrs. Frances
Mr Benjamin Tupler. Mrs
led. Mrs. Coral Mirrach.
paries Cluckman, Mr. Morris
Mrs Rii-e Marks and Mrs.
Borin Bild.
|i- in Tel Aviv, the wife of
Beach's mayor received
in U5 invitations to .various
|on-. The first of which she
d mor of the Province. The
|e ere also received at City
[by Mayor Chaim Levanon, as
! by City Engineer Moshe
who several months before
nade a tour of the United
old school principal
a messenger requesting her
jit the school." Mayor Shapiro
lined, Her greeting to the Is-
unra was: "In addition to the
|ar schooling. I am happy that
m re able to teach you how
larrv a mayor." .
Beach official and his wife
ilso greeted by the Mayor of
|al Can and the Mayor of Na-
i at separate garden parties,
|truj were entertained in Jem- for the first concert Juno It.'
Maya and Mrs. Kheimrd Broad, ol
u..-. Harbi i lalanda, wl have a part)
of eight. Including Mi and Mr* "
it 300 people saw our color ^B^^r'nMdrM?" h""
Paris, being met and greeted by
the Mayor of Paris and the vice
mayor of Fontainebleau.
Four days of sight seeing there
included visits to Versailles, as
well as an official reception for
Mayor and Mrs. Shapiro at the
Paris Town Hall.
Final stop before returning to
America was in Rome, where the
group was welcomed by the Mayor
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paring for its fifth season of Mi
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Already coining out of storage
are those delightful red checker-
' board-squared table cloths that
I mark the light and informal at-
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listening.
First program is scheuled for
Sunday evening, June 19. at Miami
Beach Auditorium. Morton Gould,
renowned American composer and
conductor, will be on the podium
for this and the" second concert
June 26. Opening t h e series as
soloist will be Danny Daniels, tap
dance artist, in Mr. Gould's own
"Tap Dance Concerto."
Other artists slated throughout
the summer series are Robert
Mueller, pianist; Je-.us Maria San-
roma. pianist; Joan Field, violin-
ist; LeRoy Anderson, noted con-
ductor-composer; and Arthur Fied-
ler, of the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Mr. Bitter wiH lead the orches-
tra July 17, 24. 31 and Aug. 21.
Mrs. Marie Volpe. CM Orches-
tra manager, this week revealed
that early table reservations al-
ready indicate "a brilliant opening
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Other reservations include Mr. and
Mrs. Albert rich and party "f eight:
I'- and Mrs I'in'.l I, Shoivll and
liarts "' eight Mr. and Mr> Pa ll
Ware, Mr. Holland Uoeber, Mra. Carol
Betti and Mr, Truman Cummlngs;
Mr. and Mra. Warren l"ri-eman and
partyMr. and Mra. "ui Martin. Mr
and Mi- Bob Martin. Mr. .....I Mrs
David Goodwin and Mr and Mrs.
Veftnon Hnltalerl: Mr. and Mra. Jaf-
feraon Wynne: Mr. and Mra. Alex-
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Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard SII-
vi rm.m; Dr. mid Mra. FVavna b'tewa d
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Henri Nelsontheir son, Mr. Robert
M Kelson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ark-
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Mr- .1 K. Crowder and parlyMr.
and Mrs Oavai Wallace. Dr. and
Mrs. II. I.. Andersen and Mr. and
Mrs. '" C, aibaon: Mr, and Mrs.
.1. It O'Neill and parly.
other reservations: Dr. D. Keffer,
l"r and Mrs Our It. Stnddald. Mrs
Mabel Murray, Mrs. Claude Ranahaw,
Mi and -Mrs. i.....n Bchwarta, Mr. and
Mrs. David Hochberg. Mr. Charles
Minov, Miss Margaret Osborn and
Mra. Margaret MacKay ith party
i.i sight. .. .
Kmm the Miami Keavh Exchange
Club: Mr, and Mra. Baul Qenat, Mr
Qeorge Ullbarl and others.
Ala.....serving tables are Mrs. John
lTiK-ti.r. Mrs. Netla Syines Morris.
Miss ln.ri.thv C. Cole, Dr. and Mrs
h'wink. Sessii. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Bloeh, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Jaekaon.
Mm Bvend P. Hrouy. Mrs. Oaorge
Qablor. Mm Ron Bregat. Mr. and
Mrs Karri l. Wat*. Mr. and Mra.
Uuatave Preoman, Miss Hllilegarde
Matiaii.h. Mr. I B. I'hlll.rick. MBUI
Marv Sinilb. Mra, MM M. One*. Mrs.
Ma) i>"
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have .. partj ol eight, together with
M, and Mrs. Duke Hand.
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Summer Program Study to Open
At University of Miami Next Week
Summer programs <>f Miuly ;it dapartnwnl will conduct ;i Win
Hi- I nivwaitj of Miami will begin ner theatre (rom July << t" toil
one week after the June i; eon
mencement. the I'M nftico of in
ation revealed.
rbere will be two summer set-
el ~ix WheM eafh Day Cla*
ill register students June 13
(mm 830 to 4 p.m., and evening
" n tratton will held
v to s p.in on June !'. l" and
.13. Thursday, Friday and Honda)
17. producing six stage plays by
the all-student group.
In Oaxaea, Mexico, the univer
sit) will hold Its annual s<
Mexican woricship, offering cours-
es in anthropology, art and archae-
ology, folk culture studies, i atin
American economics and h
Spanish a n d creatiw writing
Courses include field trips to an
v ii| be often d, the office ol ta-
rnation said.
i addition, thi summer the uni-
versity will conduct two Institutes
and lour summer workshops, last
fag from three to six week each
Tv. ,,i the workshops will be oper
outside "he state In Burns
I \ ( the university's drama
i than 3(H) academic courses ,,,.,,, |,I(|MM temples and Spanish-
colonial cities nearb] rhis work
shop continues from June 14 to
Jul) 22
\ three week institute i i
: studies in television and
film production techniques lor
television will be eo sponson
t \i radio rv film departmenl
and television station WTVJ This
institute, from Jul) 11 to 31. will
hold classes at the university's
north campus and workshop ses
sions in the downtown studios of
WTVJ
\\ rkshopa on the main campus
will be the Teachers' Workshop,
July (i to Aug 12, Which till" >c.,r
will be devoted to Air \ I du
cation with emphasis on avia
tlon'S impact on economic-, social
Lillian Gish Back
oken Blossoms," starring Lil-
Gish a i d Richard Barthel
will be shown on Thursday,
it;, at h 90 p m on the Miami
Library series ol Film
ics.
Newly elected officers and board members
of West Miami Jewish Center are. standing
(left to right', Irving Yellin. Jessie Teiller,
Harold Saxe. Morris Hanis. Sol Berlin. Reu-
ben Levine. Max Rubin. Sidney Horn, Steve
*d'
Simon. Hy Potash, Harry Klein Seat*
Helen Semmolmacher. Nir.a FoqelR!!,
Supworth. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Al Fogel, Morris Marl
and David Dreener.
lin. Joseph KauW
Sobel Gets Degree
Alan SoIh'I
relation-hip- concepts Ol geOgTS
son ol Mr and phy and other phases ol modern
Mrs Leo Sobel. 2170 SW 19th st life From June 15 to Jul) 23 will
received 'he degree of doc in- held the Human Relations
: optometr) from the South Workshop for studies in tab
ern Collegl Of Optometr) ot Mem group relations and. June 15-Jul)
lean Dr Sobel graduated122, the Spanish I e Work-
M r High School in shop, including classroom and la
i from the University "i borator) instruction in coiners,,
n I9S2 lional Spanish
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Geduldig Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory ot the late Rose
Geduldig, formerly of 1017 Jef-
ferson ive MlamJ Beach, was
held Monday June ti. 1 p m at Mt
Neho Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon
April officiating Mr- Geduldig ia
survived b) three sons. Harry. Irv-
ing and Abraham; three daugh
ters, Mr- Stella tioodman of Ml
ami Beach and Irema and Ruth
c:o-- ol New York; nine grand-
children and two great grandchil
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Eber Unveiling
The dedication of I monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Bber, former!) of 2211 s\\ 10th
Ct was held Sunday, June 5. 10:30
a in at \lt Sinai Memorial I'ark
( emetery. Mr Bber is survived by]
hi- wife. Clara, and two ions, Vk
tor and Milton Arrangements
were in charge of Palmer's Miami
MonunM nt Company.
Wolfson Receives Honorary
Degree at UM Commencement
Mitchell Wolfson was among
three Greater Miamians who re-
ceived honorary degrees Monday
during com-
mencement ex-
ercises of ihe
University of Mi-
ami at Dinner
He was award-
ed the degree of
Doctor oi Laws
"in honor of his
contributions io
t h e community
both in the fields"
of public strviea woifs*n
and of communicatioi
Receiving honoraT) dafreaa with
Wottaoa were Mary B. Merritt.
Doctor ot Lettan and Robert
Pentlaml. Jr.. Doctor ot Laws Cil
Lazarus Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of Toby Leah Lazarus,
formerly of Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. June 19. at 11 am..
in Union Fields Cemetery. Cypress
Hills, Brooklyn. NY. Mrs. Lazarus
is survived by her husband, Sol. of
1757 James ave ; a son. J. Louis.
Croat Neck. N Y ; and daughter.
Ethel Afjid. Miami Beach Kriends
and relatives are requested to at
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iman Named Chairman of High
>ly Day Israel Bond Participation;
National Speakers to be scheduled
-JeHlstflrrkHnn
PAGE 9 B
jnour B. Liebman, prominent
Beach attorney and chair-
iif the Southeast Zionist Re
Administrative Council, has
[ed the post of High Holy Day
nan for Israel Bonds, it was
(need this week by Jacob
[Greater Miami chairman of
late of Israel Bonds commit
Announcing Liebman's accept-
Sher praised Liebman "for
ontinuous efforts on behalf
State of Israel and for his
participation in community
[and religious projects."
^is annual program of selling
of Israel Development Bonds
|g the High Holy Day services
synagogues, has become one
most effective means of mo-
H spiritual and financial
gth for the Jewish State,"
hair).
Ihinan, a member of the board
Irernors of Israel Bonds, said,
[guidance and cooperation of
Rabbinate and lay leadership
important factors in mak-
Bic >ynagogue Bond program
inspiring demonstration of
heart Jewry's faith in the fu-
|of Israel."
\ed m Who's Who in World
Liebman continued by
ig out that last year, through
operation of synagogue Icad-
the Greater Miami area,
[ $55,000 in Bonds was pur-
at High Holy Day appeals
kbman said that he was confi-
[that last year's figure will be
led "with a real effort on the
iif synagogue officials."
Wednesday, Liebman spoke
Israel and Israel Bonds be
It he- Rabbinical Association at
feting in Temple Emanu-El.
nan. who has made three trips
ceola Lake Inn
III be Regional
mist Meet Site
kutheast region of the Zionist
|nization of America will hold
miner seminar at Osceola Lake
June 10 to 12, according to an
kuncement this week by Joe
in. Osceola Lake Inn owner-
bin revealed that the theme
he -cminar will be "Zionism
a> What of Tomorrow?" Pan-
Is will include Dr. Horace N.
|cn. of the New School for So
Research; and Dr. Joseph
Iner, of Grinell College. Iowa.
firman will be Dr. Sidney Q.
s, Atlanta, Ga.
ceola Lake Inn is 2,500 feet
H' sea level in the Blue Ridge
Uitaina at Hendersonville, N.C.
Iin said that the summer vaca-
resort now has a new dance
recreational hall. "A separate
Iding for dancing, entertain-
nt and snack bar has just been
Bpleted."
ccreational activities, in addi-
include fishing and boating
)sceola Lake, a private swim-
pool and separate children's
ling pool and children's play-
und with swings, slides, see-
and sand pit games.
r"i the grownups, Rubin reveal-
there are a screened-in card
ii, house cars for transporta-
problems, orchestra, golf, ten-
handball, ping pong, shuffle
>rd, horseback riding, horse
* pitching and television view-
Osceola Lake Inn's dining room
lures the finest Jewish-Ameri-
uisine under the supervision
ained chefs," Rubin said.
tra
AUGUST BROS Rvi
Is t hi /I/ S / '

Seymour Liebman
to Israel, stressed the importance
of High Holy Day appeals as a
means of providing more rapidly
the much needed investment capi-
tal which Israel desperately needs
to reach her goal of economic se-
curity.
Urging each rabbi to consider this
importance. Liebman announced
that nationally known speakers
will be available to the synagogues
during the High Holy Day services
to tell of the serious need in Israel
today for American aid through
funds derived from the sale of
State of Israel Bonds.
Liebman is a member of the
board of governors of Federation,
a member of the national execu-
tive committee of ZOA. a member
of Beth David Congregation and a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. He is also vice chairman of
the Florida Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Historical Society and
is counsel and director of the Bank
of Miami Beach.
Miamians Named
To Committees
Ten prominent community lead-
ers have been appointed to major
national committees of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, it has been announced
by Julian Freeman, of Indiana-
Polls, Council president.
Close to 500 Jewish community
leaders, representing 118 cities
throughout the United States and
Canada, have been named to serve
the largest number ever appoint-
ed to the Council committees and
the greatest number of communi-
ties ever represented, Freeman
said.
Named from the Greater Miami
area arc Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man of community organization
and chairman of budget and fi-
nance committees. Myers will also
serve with the national-local rela-
tions committee and the William
Shroder award committee.
Sam J Heiman, campaign and
community interprcation commit-
tee; Benjamin B. Rosenberg, com-
munity organization, campaign
and community interpretation,
personnel professional sub-commit-1
tee and regional services.
Herbert Scher, regional services;
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, child care
committee: Dr. Kurt Peiser, na-
tional-local relations committee;
Fred K. Shochet, campaign and
community interpretation; Harold
Thurman, community organization
and budget services; M. C. Get-
tinger, budget services and child
care.
Heiman is chairman of the 1955
Combined Jewish Appeal and My-
ers was recently reelected presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Dr. Rosenberg is Fed-
eration director. Mrs. Ackerman
is president of the board of the
Jewish Family Service, and Fred
K. Shochet is publisher of The
Jewish Floridian and immediate
past president of the American As-
sociation of English-Jewish News-
papers.
Dr. Peiser and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers are members of Federa-
tion's board of governors and M.
C. Gettinger is assistant director
of Federation and director of com-
I munity planning.
Meyer Gets Award
from Exchange Club
Baron deHirsch Meyer, Miami
Beach attorney and businessman
received a Golden Deeds Award
from the Miami Beach Exchange
Club at noon Wednesday at the
Saxony hotel.
Citations for his contributions
in various fields were made by Dr.
James Goddard, executive vice
president, University of Miami,
Leonard Abess, Nat Elkin and Mil-
ton Weiss.
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12:301
12:45!
I've Got News
Love of Wfe I
Welcome Traveler I
1:001
1:151
1:301
1:45!
Brunch With Judy
Art Llnkletter
Industry Parade
2 O'clock High Living Faith
I Koniic K
PizzyDean
Baseball Game Illft_ Picture
I UM Review
I _______
I
Riiiiil of I. -
I Welcome TraT.
I X0011 Edlll'.-,
I Menu Magic
I Houseparty
*:uu
2:16
2:30
2:45
Big Payoff lias, ball Game Top Flight I Big Payoff
Jack Cobb I : r,]l,f a Tl"'P I "ob. Crosby
3:00
3:151
3 30
3:45
4:00.
4:151
4:301
4:451
Jackie's House
Valiant Lady
Secret Storm I
Baseball Game Disneyland
Dollar a sec I "
1
TSfch W. Jjiy
I On T. Account
1 Btcrel stor.-r.
Alec Gibson
To Be Ann'ctd I Lift W. Father I Jackie's Ho.t
I j
Prtakntta I You Are There j Alec Gibson
5:00
5:15
5:30
5:45
Glenn & Mickey
Superman
Shopper's Guide j_
Willy
Capt. Gallant
The Lucy ShowJIenn & Mickey
I H\ Cassldv
Constitution
News Picture
Shtppere r- .111
EVENING
6:00' Political
6:101 Weatherman
6:151 Jack of All Sports)
6:30, Doug. Kdwards
6:461 Renick Reporting
I Lone Ranger
Jack of Sports
News
Studio 57
Private Sec.
Renick Reports
7:00
7:151
7:30
7:461
Mama
Big Playback
Let's Go Fishing
Jackie Gleason I Toast of Town
In Bt Ann ed
Jack of Sportt
Doug. Edwirdt
Renlck Repi-tt
I Burns & Ailea
Talent Scouts
I
8:00 Playhouse of Stars
8:151
8:30 1 >ur Miss Brooks
8:461 "___________
Two for Money
Fav. Husband
Ronald Reagan
TV Theatre
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45
The IJne Up
i to Person
I
Profes. Father
Bandstand
Adventure
What's M. Line
I I Love Lucr
i Favorite Story
] Studio One
10:00 I11 rv I'omo
10:151 Night Story
10:30 Masquerade Party
Eddie Cantor I
I T*il 3 Lives
Sunday News
Uim| perform.
Call the I'l.iv
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
News. Weather
Topper I
Sign Off I
Riinyon Theat. !
I
Blg_ Town I
I Perry Como
I Holl> <-"ii
raptured
To be Ann'ced
Sign Off
I News: Weather
I Stage Sever.
I
I Sign Off .
12:00
12:151
Mid. Theatre I
Sign Off


PAGE 10 B
+Jels*rh)r*Mt*r
FRIDAY
Weizmann Hadassah Installs
Mrs. Cyprtss President
Mrs. Harvey CypretJB was in-
Bttlled president id CtuilD Wei*
m.iim Group of Hadassah Slindaj
evening at DM Candlelight Inn
Others named to office wore the
Mesdames Homer Rievman, Hyman
Sootin. Harold Hurwitz and Phil
Botwinik, vice presidents; Roaalyn
Strauss, treasurer; Certrude Solon,
corre^pondins secretary: I. Shh
vek. recording secretary; and Nat
Goldberg, chapter board repre
sentath e
In charge "f reservations were
Mrs. Nat Goldberg and Mi-- Fran
ces Barron, general cbainnan "i
the affair Installinl officer '-
Mr- Oscar Sindell, presi lenl "i
the Greater Miami i !i ipter "i H i
dassah
*
,fk


Assigned to Staff
n.. iii' Counts Civil r>
Council has ina
Brummer, daughter, Cantor and
Mrs Philip Brummer, has been as
to the stafl of the Beach
it., h Emergencj Hospital Unit I
Student Secti m Regina is also the
recii i certificate in recog
nition ol "outstanding service" .
a member ol the Kcd Cross
Phi Siqma Tau CouncU recently celebrated Mother's Day
with an annual mother-dauqhter tea. The function th-s year
was held at the home of member Barbara Lefcourt. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcouit, Bay Heights. First row (left
to riqht) are Dawn Grossman. Sondia Salt. Naomi Millet,
Beverly Feldstein. Cynthia Bott, Barbara Seitlin. Janice Kat7.
Barbara Safer. Barbara Lefcourt. Ricky Feldman. Carol Stole
and Norma Wclfson. Second row are the Mesdames Gross-
man. Saft. Miller. Feldstein. Bott. Seitlin. Katz. Safer. Lefcourt.
Feldmgn. Stone and Wolfson. Third row are
Mrs. Swortz, Sharon Milberg. Mrs. M.ibtrq, ]ym\
Marilyn Edelstein, Mrs. Edelstein. Mc:!ene Duel*
Duchon. Mr*. Weinbaum, Bette Weinbaum. Judy
Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. Fogel and Roberta Fogel. Recim.
Mrs. Robinson. Hermine Robinson. Mrs. Frank, Mjnn
Yvette Fogel. advisor, Mrs. Margul.es, Mrs.
Frances Lazarus.
"Csnjj
The Hebrew Academy
announces
ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN
FOR SCHOOL TERM 1955-1956
Kindergarten
* First Grade
REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE 30th
Lunches and Transportation Provided
For Further Information Call RegistrarJE 8-4S41
or Write Directly fo
HEBREW ACADEMY
918 6th Street. Miami Beach. Florida
SPIND YOUK SUMMft VACATION IN THE BlUf S/DGf MOUNTAINS
OSCEOLA LAKE INN
HE'JDERSONVIUE, NORTH CAROLINA Jot Mfe 0.\r.;:-Y.jr.
Season June lit to October 1st Reasonable Betes
New Dance ond Recreation Hall
Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool
Jewish-American Cuisine 3 Meals Daily
All Rooms with Shower or Bath
Shuffleb-Mird. Ping-Pong. Handball, Rowing, Fish.ng, Golf, Horseback
Riding, Wienie Roasts, etc.
CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 76 J, HENDERSONVIUE. N.C. PHONE 9156
Tutoring
Available
SUMMER CAMP
t BOATING ON OXFORDS OWN 31 FT.
CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER
t SWIMMING P001 FISHING
FOUR ACRES OF PLAYGROUND AREA
All AGES BOYS I GUIS
DAY CAMPERS
SIEEP-IN CAMPERS
li-ited R.giitra.io.
JF. 8-1271 J| S-1M2
OXFORD
ON THE BAY
C^appmo- At lit fort najejajaaajajBonn,-,.
Harold Shapiro
Will Speak at
Masada Affair
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro, v. ho recently returned from
a visit to Israel, will report hi*
first-hand observations "f the new
Mate as BjlMSt "f honor at the sev-
enth annual installation dinner
dance ol llaaadl Miami Beach
young Adult Zionist District in
Arthur Wilde's oceanfront restau-
rant on Sunday, June 12.
Howard Stein. Dade County
school teacher, will be installed as
president for this year Other offi-
cers to be installed are Archie
Goodwin, first vice president; Bill
(loldworm. second vice president;
Marilyn Sanders, recording secre-
tary. June Mn.-kowitz. correspond-
ing secretary. Selma Shenkman. fi-
nancial secretary; and Lillian
Bans, treasurer.
Installing officer will be Dave
Goodwin, former president and re-
gional vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America Irving
Marcus will officiate as loaatinaa-
ter for the affair.
DUNCRAGGAN INN^fLTSl
World Famous Cuisine Season May MlthliJ
American Plan Beginning at $60.00 o Wd ]
New Recreation Building Orchestra eni
Write far Frtt BooUt Your Hosts. Blanch* tut |
I* the Mountains NfNDEBSONVIUf, NX.
V_Jlrvil-rLJ Ll Tko Sooths OutsitiKiii
Ftlab'iened i:o
lewlsh Cm* lor Boys I G;rfs ,
HhNDERSONVILLE. N. C.
FINEST PHYSICAL FACILITIES
HIGHEST STAFF QUALITIES
Fop Information and Fpoo
Brochure Call
M'l Anno Grossman. HI S 8920:
Mro. Jean Arnold. Owner. JE S-35.
Dorothea Oublor. 3-1400.
Zella Warenow. 2-2 63
____________ in M."' ___
HtmsutUBl
MiTEi sum
Fmvin UB
CO J 1RSJ
CVEUICHTflRl
MOOEMUM
:-- its i
If" Ml.
-
Mark End of Season
Workmen's Circle Women's ciub
and the I. L. Pern/ School cele-
brated the completion of their sea-
son s BCtivitiei at the Lyceum Sun
dav.
Qamp High Land
SEBRINC. FLORIDA
"to the Potoaos of Florida"
Only 2'2 Hrs. from Miami
AGAIN FtOMOA'S OUTSTANDING
ItWISH CAMP FOB BOYS X GIBtS
With complete camping program
Pbilip S. Chaiten
with 2'i yeart of Jfn Education
S> Camp E uperirnce, Car*ip Director
Capable. Mature Staff
Phone PL 8-7894
L MlTEO ENROLLMENT
Xormandy School
ifBiiatti
Music and Arl I ...up
Your Child can learn to Paint and PLAY IN Tiff I
Jo.n This Delightful and Edacotionol MUSIC and A2T Ciel
A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING
Croup activities including orchestra, band, drum ctrss, '
and piano
All forms of painting, sculpture and crafts
FUlt ATHUTIC PROGRAM with swintming adiv'lM celtrddl
North Share Ring Cola Swmminn Paal
Highly skilled professional staff
Camp Season June 20 August 12
Agss Three fo Fourteen
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Remedial Reading and High School S-ibiectt
BROCHURE ON SE0UIST ph"J *
Von.i.irnlv Music and Art **J
1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE MIAMI BUCl'
Approved Member Private Jefcaafs Association of OeM '
A Complete Athletic, Esthetic and
Cultural Program
for
Boys and Girls
6 to 16
CAMP PINEWOOD
H E N D ERSON VI LLI, N.C.
WE ENTRAIN FOR CAMP JUNE 24th
Nearly one hundred families nave enrolled fneir children to date.
HMUM aa>J*... J Batfe. a am ___ .. -a. ____ afcafl
have endorsed the quality of Camp ITm.!!.!". LUtT. program oeij**
l advonf age 0/ our limited openings in all op **
WATERFRONT jBfJ,
SnJ
Al Hurv...
------- ^ ^_.
'ties. Take immediate
DWECTi 1
Dl -nj Ml
bUpj
Mr and Mr. El, L Mcliia
Minil ivarh I-hone Ji: !-:;
AMOCIAT1 DIREClv. iKs
IciTtrm. OS. MA
' M BOSM h Hi:ti I*- h>-il
Selma Hoyden
<'ami.|ua IVrauiialiik


IY. JUNE 10, 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K is IIKKK1IV OIVEN that
rrstgned, dealrlng to enaage In
under the fi<-tiiimin name nf
., ,SS INDUSTRIES OR Ml-
', ;i7id N.W, '."th Street, In-
i',.KluIi ijd ri.uii. i'
,., U,, I'iivull '""Urt of Dade
Florida. \
iK in iii:r. "i"_________________-
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jen>isti Ihrili tr
PAGE 11 B
in
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,.; is HEREBY GIVEN thm
. ,|. .i. mi iiik I" nu-
ll,. ri( tltlou mnw n(
TILE CO., "I ''"'l B.W. 5th
I i -I. I .Hcl II. 111,.
I,',, c "jerk <>f the Mr. nil !oui I
''......* ""m""... SINK
| .'.-10
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,-K IS HEREBY OIVEN tii.n
ned, dealt Ing to engage in
undi i the fictitious name "i
liKRN KREIOHT FORWARD
i.MKANY. nt MM N.W. .'"th
,. ra.i, to register said name
i. clerk <>' Ihe Circuit I
,. county, Florida.
srwi.KY a. MILLER
_ I 3-10
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
n, k is HEREBY OIVEN thai
.i. d< ill lag to engage In
i the fictitious name "f
>i;sitY PHARMACY, at SsM
I,. .ii Blvd., Coral tiablcH,
-. i mi la in in. a Ith the
[ ,,r the Clrcdtl Court of Dade
Ida.
ARTHUR sroKL'll
IS BEIOEL
. for Applicant
tyne Hl :l-ln
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
,,,. ,. No 32482. B
RE: RSTATE OK
SAM JACKKON De.easari
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
NOTH .i ..,, |,V H|V
1 "iir flnnl i-j>nft
LEGAL NOTICE
h da> of May, i .-.-,
KSTIlKi: -i i: ki.kk
K|l.ll.;.n. BTRICKLER
HEIM \N KAPLAN
i io- Exei u
Irwln R
MYERS,
Attorney
name
Court
kTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: is HEREBY OIVEN thai
ned di i Ink '" engaga in
under the fictitious nan
BRI N. II AND BOD A, at ISO
;, t venue, Coral Odblea, Florida,
aid name Ith the
I of die cii cult Com t I lade

J( iSEPH FI KIEL
MVIIA POO EL
STICE UNDERFICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ned desiring t.. engage In
ile i lie fli tltlou* name "f
BEAUTY BALON, al
\\ Till Ave Intends to
. 1h the l "' I k of the
.I wide i '< iunt). Floi Ida.
jnHS W. BULLENBEROER
I 6 1
llOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
llOA IN AND FOR DADE
;,), Plaintiff,
; tiRROo, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
(il.-K lilUSOO
V. Il.iuihorne Street
Irnokltn New York
i. robe OREOO. are hereby not-
Ihai .i Itlll oi Complaint for
. has heen filed against you,
,n are required to aerve a COM
ir Answer or Pleading to the
f Complaint on the plaint iff*
..->. CBOROE I'HKIITKnK, 07
Il>... Kuilillng, Miami, Fla., and
orucinal Answer or Pleading
office of the Clerk of the Cir-
iurt mii or before the list day
. 195ft. If vou fail to do no.
nt by default will he taken
it you for the relief demanded
Rill .f i-oniplalnt.
notice sliall be published onre
eek f..r four ronaeeuHve weeks
(HI JKVV18H KI.OKIDIAN.
JNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
.i llii- 13th day of -May, AD.
K It l.KATHKIt.MAN.
i l. rk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Hm Ida
B) \VM. \V. BTOCK1NO,
hi court Beal) ii.pui> Clark
,; .:- in
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 33302-B
STATE i >K
i. s tlRi'RN, Deceased
CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
(APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
i- hi i. by aiven ilsii e
i our final i epoii and petition
i nal i'i- hai ft Hnini-
of (he estate ..f PAUL S,
hN, d< ... .i .i.i.i that "ii 'he
19 ,.. ill apply to
hi, prank B DOWLINO,
" I idgi r l mi Flor-
nval ol aaM final repoi i
i"i final discharge
s ,,f ih Estate i.i PAUL B.
KN, ill ,|
la l "th das of May, 19SS
THEODORE HERMAN
KIRT MENDEL
^ WRLL18CH
adrnmlatratora
', 1'ongreai lluilding, .Miami. Ha.
5, 20-27 -- i, |.|0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. .,._ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
""......'* i lltlous II
,H'.'"', '.A, TERMINALB and
IDA w \l:i H. |-8E TERMINALS, at
on.- Lincoln Road, Miami Beg, h IT..,--
lla Intends to reglatei said
with the CTerk of the Circuit
of Dad.....hiiiv. n, i.i.,
LOUIS HEIMAN,
58 T,r'lsl" '" Ernlce Rhirley
\\, inkle under Trust Agi i
dated March IS, IMS, ,.
In Deed Bonk 1021, a| page 881
of the Public Record! of Dada
1 ounty, Kionda (one-half Inti i -
esl)
JULIAN I. WEINKLE
(umih pieii one-hall Interest)
i'. (Itloners
MYERS, HEIMAN K KAPLAN
All,.i p. j for Pi tltli
. tO-tl t S-10
r|i
/HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JRlOA, IN AND FOR DADE
IINTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179537
:mary HI OHE8. ri.nnuff.
I \
M-iam f iiri;i(i:s. Defi ndant
INOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I WH.l.l HI p. HI iWII.S.
i i i:<... d Avenue,
l!'..iiv \, ,v York.
HEREBY NOTIFIED
' "nipi.iint Pbr Divorce And
baa been fib d against
nl j..u uif i...|uii,-il i., serve
n Uitwer Ihi Com -
Klvo \iiil I nil.-1 Relief,
't'" IViiinilfrs attorn, --. OENKT
'Al.T. ,, Road Mia '
iii.l hi,, the original
n i. e ol the Clerk of
Court, "ii Of '"'fore the
*y 'T ,in_ )si5i r p., roe
1 onfesaa will be entered against
I [Jal Miami. Florida, this UUl
"i May, i'.
!. II l.KATHEUMAN,
'i-ik. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: R. II HICK, JR.
Deputy Clerk
OENBT
il|
Met
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
to engage In
business iind. Iha fletltii
M.HA.MI'.KA SINDIIIKS, al 12103
N w 7th Avi nu< Noi Hi Ulaml, In-
tend t,. i eglsti i said name with the
clerk ol ih. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY WEI8ER
irvvii- VVEISKn
HERBERT WEI.SER
N IDLER TUNICK
Attorney* Cor Applicants
avayne Bldg.
S :: ; S-lo-17
FNi cTv,H=l-r:ARCU,T COURT OF THE
ANn lIHJUD,CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
TrVV3 F0R D*DE COUNTY. FLOR-
" .,N CHANCERY No. 17?775
Mn.iMiw. hh wife, Plaintiffs,
NELLIE P. \Ki:n. ., wldMft ei al..
.___ Defeml. nits,
V, NOTICE TO APPEAR
III iil.l\ Ki: F BAKRR and ANNO?
"Al. ii: I,, v |fe,
' eejiort, \. \. York
'-'NIK BAKER, ':< WidOW
York
('< CATHERINE BHTELLE
ItOBERTSi
"mill l^aki n.w York
1 ii ERMA HINER, n widow
I.I I'.i.ion. Calif oi
i i I'ANBY I. CONNOR, n widow
Pacific Avei...... Han
I- ram Is. o, c 'alfToi .
(61 All unknown heirs, de> i~. i s,
panti in,, s. ,-i ed-
itors, trust......ii..
claiming by, through, undi
again I \v n.i.i \m m r vkkr
i .....n d; i iLIVER P
I.....i-..i. BENJAMIN
ER, .lit. Deceased:
H IKER, Deeea i d, also knowr
HARRIET ll.\l\ BAKER, De-
ed BENJAMIN BAKER, sit ,
I.....ased; LEMUEL BAKER, De-
eased M \KY E. s IWYER
B VK ER, I'. ased; ami CARL
BAKER, Dec i
1 I Ind if an] of the above named
defendants be dead, the unknown
i" ii d< eea, granti es, assign-
. es, llenors, trust, es, ci edltoi and
other parlies claiming by, through,
under or aRalnst the above named
ndants.
(S) The unknown spouses of ans the above named Defendants.
i'ii An.i all parties, known or un-
known, having or claiming t., have
an} right, ml..... Intereal In and
to the following described prog-
eny, Min ite, Is inu end being in
Dade ("ounty, Florida, i.i wil:
l-.ii IS nf SAWYER AND ROB-
ERTS ADDITION, according to
the Plal lh.....f, corded In I 'lal
Rook ::. .ii Page 21 of the Public
Itee ,rds of I lade '.nun i. Florida
Vi IV AND BACH i iP Y( IL' are hei e-
by notified lhal Bill of Complaint
BAKRR
A. BAK-
HATTIE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi. Undersigned, desiring t.i engage In
business under the fi. tltlous name of
MURRAY HOMES, al 59M LaOorce
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
I" i i.r said name Ith the Clerk
of th. Clreull Court of Hade Count v.
l lorida.
Ml'KltAY Hl.lHlM
KEYMOUR T. I.IKHMAN
ney fur Murra) Homes
;".". Lincoln R.....I, Miami Beach, I-'la.
; S-10-11
i.i
"e> for Ilainttff
Wncoln Road. MUml Beach.
t" S/I-10
Ha
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179503
MOLLY APPEL, Plaintiff,
VI
Jl IKEPII APPEL. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti >: JOSEPH tl'PRL
i I... Street
H ooklyn, N V S V.
You. JOSEPH APPEL. an hereby
notified ih.it 1 ill .,f Complali
. has b< '-n filed .ij;.!i!iM you,
and >"ii are required to serve a copy
<>f your Answer .n Pleading to the
Bill ..f Complain! on the plaintiffs
Attorneys, liolJJMAN a- GOLD-
STEIN, ZSOt U.-t Hauler Street, Mi-
ami. l-'l..i l.l.i. ii ml file the 01
Answer .: Pleading In the office ol
the Clerk "f the CTrcull Courl on or
before the toth day "f June. itftK If
>.ni fall to do s". Judgment by default
will be taken against >nu for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
eacb week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KI.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISth day of May, A.D.
E. H. I.EATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Rj \VM W. BT< iCKINC,
(Circuit Court seal) Deputy Clerk
OOLDMAN K OOLDBTEIN
Attorneys fur Plaintiff
West Klagler Str.,t, Miami, Fla.
I'M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 179667
II p. II PEDERBDN, Plaintiff,
UtON KURT 8TEINBACH el als..
] ', !.ml.ml s.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IRON K1KT BTEINBACH.
in.in. who al
,., KNOTT BTEINBA H,
......i. .mil if marriea,
HTFJINBAi 'II. his wife,
Ex-
i gal itlves
,,ii Aiim nTstrators, tl
unal Repri
oi Partli ''.
.,11 IMC:
have anj right, tltli or
m and i" the pri i>< rtj
aba
.,,1 |n Kses unknown.
You are hereby notified thai I
has been filed
Courl
to the land ....
Lots I i :,..... ,y
CORAL TERR-\CE, S
#1, AMENDED, ,-,',,'
Plal hereof, I In Ptol
K.....K = I1'"'.
County, I'l.....'a.
TLB FARMS, s mi bdiv 1st
part of the Bouth Half
rk.Ulh Sei lion II.
shin I -' ith, Range MB
'';-. W iSSSw'
yoT's

Bt! I.
II III
f the
T.'Wii-
s .-..nfessed by
Dated .ii Miami. Florida,
day of June^ I!
this lTlh
I EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the -lrcuit Court
I i.i.i.
'l,,, ,-.,
COt'R>0\ ER,
Clerk
In an.1 Fur
County. Kiei nia
By: Joan
p. puty < Ink
HENRY M CAIN ano!
ARTHUR D. D^KELMAN
Attorney s for I '"''" MLlli Florida
S1I W. Flagler Xfreet. Miami, no
5/J0-I7 /J-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
i ned, di ring to i nj
business under the fictitious n
TIMETABLE DISTRIBUTORS. at
'-''. N Miami Avenue, Miami, FIs .
Intends to register said name with the
fb-ik ..I ih.. Circuit Courl ,.i Dade
County, Florida.
HI ll'THERN 1'' ILl >ER
DIHTRIHUTINO COMPANY, INC.
A Floi Ida .orporatlon
I'Al.l.or. HILVER A ML'LLOY
Al torni v i..i Applicants
T'ii Congress Bldg.
6/:t-l LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engfl
business under the fictitious name of
KOI'THERN ADVERTI8INO HERV-
|ci:s. al >M N Miami Avenue,
ami. i-'la.. Intends to register
name with rne clerh of the Cti
Court Dn(i Counrv. Florida.
s'H"rili:i:.\ KOLDEIt
DIFTRIBT'TINO COMPANY,
A I torida i orpoi.. I Ion
PALLOT, SILVER & MCLLOY
A i torneys foi Applli
701 i 'ongress Bldg
i 'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ens.
ss under 'he fictitious nun, of
FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS si:i:\
icks n| 9J8 .\ Mian)| Avenue. M
i la., Intends to register said name
Ith the Clerk of the I 'ii i uil < "oui i
..I Dade Count). Florida.
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DisTitiniTiNi; company, inc
a Floi Ida i torpors i Ion
PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
Tnl Congress Bids.
6 3-10-17-21
11 ii. i Title to the above de cribed
. al iinii. 11 baa i .n filed as
you, and \ ou h i e retiulred i" sei ve
a copj ..I your Answer or Pleading
to ih- Kill .if Complaint on th,- Plain-
tiffs' attorney, IIEOROE CHERTKi IP,
101 Olympla Building, Miami 82, Flor-
ida, .mil file the original Answei or
Ing In the office of the Clei k of
ii i on or befi i
10th daj "I June, 1933. If s ou f.i ii to
i so, Judgmi in bs default will be
taken the relief de-
manded in ih. Bill of Complaint
rii notice shall be published once
. ,i, h week for ban i o onsecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DciN!-: AND ORDFJRED al Miami,
Florida, ibis 19th day i: B. LEATHERMAN,
i !. rk, l 'i'. i.i Conn
I >ade Countj. Florida
By Joan COURNOYER.
ill i nui I Seal I 1 leput) i "lerk
(!EI IROE CHERTKI IF
Al loi ne> for Plaintiffs
107 Obinpia Building, Miami II, I'la
:, :: i-io-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious nun., of
IH i'l EL POLDER DIBTRIBl'Tl IRS.
al 926 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Kla .
intends to 11 name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
County, Florida,
.-i ll'THERN PI U.l 'ER
DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY", INC.
A I i... i.i.i orpoi,iii.ni
PALLOT, SILVER .V- MCLLOY
Al tomes s for Apple mis
."; Congri ss Bldg.
17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
ih,. undersigned, desiring i" eitgai
h i- in. ss under thi luus nami of
SOUTHERN DISCI.AY SERVH' -
N Miami Avi n le. Miami, i
.....ui^li i si ii] name n ith I
..ii i.i D
INC,
cieik of the Circuit
County, Florida,
SOUTHERN POLDER
DISTRIBUTING CI IMPANY,
a i loi Ida 'orpors lion
P M.M IT, SILVER a Ml 1.1.' lY
Al i." neys for Appllcanl a
T"l Congress Hidg.
ii 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious num. ,f
Kl.nltlDA ADVERTISING DI8TB
I'l'olts. ni 'MK N Miami AVel
Miami, Pla., intends to register
name a lib the *lerk of the Cii
'..ni i of i iii'i.' i''.uni>. Florida:
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY, INC.
\ i loi Ida '"i poi Htlon
I'M.i.i r\\ SILVER Mil.1.1 lY
Attorneys foi Applicants
Tel Congress Bldg.
(73-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKHY OIVEN that
the niniei-algned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl.llllous n.i..... nf
III.IKZARD KAN COMPANY, al Ml
s \v. r.ih St.. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
M. A. (CLASS, owner
/ 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RED'S CLOTHINO STORE, at 179JM
South Federal Highway, int.mis to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ef Dade County,
F,orida' JULES AK"N
KD\v UD ARON8
Attoi n.v for Applli ant
:, T, l/J-10-li _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,i,i- ,ii,. fi. tltlous name nf
- \l- \i:l CREATIONS, al l 107 Con-
. ; tends to ri
.,,,., ,i. ,-. ... u,e ( ircult
Courl i i l ounty, Kionda.
\l-Altl. INC.
RICHARD l'l''K. Pri sldi nl
ZI'KNA TICK.
WKI.I.IS. II Alt,iil.es
1414 | ng, Mian.I,
; i, '"-IT
1-1.i.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the w li:' "J
I, kin hi
HAL SER\ ICES CO. nol Inc ,
rt, Miami i r-
,, Bo 1133, Intern
t. Miami '."/"".'u,,',"
. i said ii...... with ,,!"\ '
oi D.i.ie i ounti
"'""l'1' MiltWlN ROeWNBERQ
TALIANOFF*. WALLER S
fSREENBERO
'
i i. ni "1" Boad, Ml ml
____
,. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .. ,
IH HEREBY OIVEN Inat
lltKD MORoAN
KBS8LER I OARS
'
St.
'. I" _____
"^5rlci^b|R_ FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih undersigned, desiring t" engs
of ad.. ''"-Vv,ck"sHACK
M. GOLDMAN
Applicant ,
BWg.
name
Court
MITCHELL
3 Seyl
|/fl S/3-lO-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
i he und, i signed, to < ngage In
is under the fictitious nun.- <>f
TRANSPi IRTATII IN Al IVERTISINO
SERVICFJS, al 928 N. Miami A
Miami. Pla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
i".,mi of Bade County. Florida.
SOUTHERN POLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC.
A I lorida Coi porution
PALLOT, SILVER d MULLOY
Attoi in | foi Applicants
7*il i 'lilllll. ss Bldg.
I ,-|ii-i7-:'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underelgned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name .if
ATTRACTION AND RESORT FOLD-
ER DISTRIBUTORS, al tit S Miami
Avenue, Miami. Pla.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SOUTHERN F-Ol.DKK
DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
KAl.l.or, SILVER A: MULLOY
Attorneys lor Applicants
Toi Congress KI<1k.
6/3-10-17-24 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN
- ned, desli Ins to t ngag< ii
business under the fictitious nami
SolTIIKItN DISPLAY DISTRIBU-
TING COMPANY, al 920 N Ml
Avenue, Miami, Fla intends to I
. .i ii.i ii., with i tie i 'i.-I k ol
I i ..in i of Dade County, Flm Ma.
SI ll'THERN l-'i 'l-l 'ER
DI.- rRlBUTING Cl IMPANY
A I lorida orporatlon
PALLOT, SILVER b ML'LLOY
Attoi ii. i nil Applicant*
Tnl i 'ongress Bldg,
.7-L'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i ITH '!: IS HEREBY ';i\ EN
the undersigned, dealrlng to engai
business under the fictitious nun.
SOUTHERN DISPLAY RACK BEP.V-
ICES, .it 928 N Miami Avenue, Ml-
i la Intends to i eglsti r -
name m th the Clerk of the <"lr, lit.
Courl ..f Dade County, Florida.
SI ll'THERN PI ILDER
DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY, INC.
a I lorida Corporation
PALLOT. SILVER d MULLOY
Attorm ) s f..i Applicants
7m Congress Bldg,
; 3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underelgned, dealrlng i" engage In
business under the fi.iiti.uis name "f
MODEL POLDER DISTRIBUTINO
SERVICE, at tt N. Miami A
Miami, Kla.. Intends i>. register i I
name With the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court i.r Dad.- County, Florida.
SOUTHERN POLDER
DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY. INC.
A l loi Ida Coi por il on
PALLOT, BILVER d MULLl lY
attorneys for Applicant*
701 Congress Bldg.
17-24 _________ '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA^ IN
CHANCERY. No. 180149
i:i >N v RUBIN, Plaintiff
< VMUEL F Rl*BIN,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL P. RUBIN
l^ En I 12 id Street
Ni a York. S 1
Yon ''" ";";
plaint for Divorce has been filed
. you, and you i
I copJ "f 1MI
, ,.i., ,i< for Divorce "ii
Plaintiff's B id file the orlg
in,,' Answei in Ihi i the i l
.,( the cii. ihi Court, on oi oi r<
1st ilas of July, !95o, otherwise
\....... s II be taken as
agalnsl ....
lMl.(l uusist iu.,.1.1 ..;. .,!-
i -i, rk, Circuit C iui i.
li,,,i. Co .ni Hoi Ida
I... K H RICE. 'It.
(SEAL! DeputJ
T M.IANOI- P, W M.I.IOlt
A ,;i:i:i:ni:i:i:'|
attorneys for I'lalntnt
|-.\ Geofga J T ,
i 10 I.In. ..In Road, Miami i
rk
the
the
for i'i-
Clcrk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 180-25
MATILDA n.MAIloNY. Plaintiff.
EMMETT -I' O'MAHONT, Defendai
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To EMMETT I. O'MAHONY
Residence and address unknr,- i
You ai hen by notified thai
ol Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you axe tv-
ipiiied t,. serve a isipy of your Answer
or Pleading to ih,- Kill of Comi
on the plalntlfTs Attorney, HENRI
\i cain. and file the original Anawi
Pleading in the ofB<.....t the I
nf the Circuit emu i on or befon
-,ih day of July. i".:.. if you fail to
do so, |udgm< nl by deaault will be
taken against you for the reltel
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall published ol K
each week for four consecutive wei -
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at M
I, tins 1st day "f. .Imie. A I '.
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
11,ni, i 'ounty, Flo Ida
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iCircuil cum t Seal) Deputj I
hi:m:'i M. CAIN
\.,.i I, for Plaintiff
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PAGE 12 B
\lewlstnorMtMl_
^vyfl
Pioneer Women's Groups Nome
Members to Important Committees
Rabbi Abramowitz Named Commission Director!^
Mr- Jacob Raffel. recent 1> In
stalled president of Kadimah Chap-
ter of Pioneer Women, this WMk
named a complete roster of com-
mittee chairmen and representa-
tives to affiliated organizations at
;i meeting of the board held in her
homo
Hoetsat Hapoalot, the groups
chief fund raJaing project, will be
headed by Mn Fred Sandier, with
Mrs. Irving Bayer .1- co-chairman
child Rescue will have Mn Ber
nard Kanter .1- chairman, Mr- Ja
cob Wei&a ai 11 chairman Program
will be in charge ol Mi- Albert
Shkoler and Mr- Leon Goldman.
Mr- Reuben Botl 1- chairman of
membership Mrs Jack Botl i-
chainnan of the Jewish Nati
Fund committee with Miss (Lira
Rraun as co-ch lirman Mrs Ber
nard Leifler 1- chairman ol J N F
other committee heads include
the Meadames Leonard Zinman
Paul Ginsberg, due- S ; Le
telephone; Moses Ifeyi r
Mai Fis hn in km 1
David Mi It;-, r, integrati n
Roj Warner, hospitality; Harold
ibaan, retention; M .1 M< j
utrael Goldman, l-rael
Bond-: David III '.-, r and M J
Meyers, sunshini Theodore Graf. I
clothes for Israel and rumms 1
li raid G Shapiro Mrs Max Fish
1 1 Iman, Kad mall
- I oui r community I
singing; Mr- Ceil s ; .1 lia- J
mentarian; and Harold G S
publicit)
up to
Pioneer W a m n I ouncil
: Mian 1 Mr- Albi
Mr- Sol Braun Mn I
M r s. 1
M .1 M< || Mn I!.-.rr\
SI
- la
: Je V
Ml R 'tt. Mr-
Meyer*
V:-- < 1
^ represent Irut

Seven S 12
at is the
I m
Sophie 1
When Golds Myegson club of
er W01
lum h. '.'.
S131 Commod
Mr- Abe
\-

I
instHled hen
seeretan she .. -he
honor from her fellow mcmUi
being named honor.,r> president
Mrs Jaek RobtMBl ua- m-talled
a- president Vice presidents are
Mn "-<-ar /.. I'.-.r and Mr- M B
Kahn. Mn Jack llreenberg 1-
treasurer; Mr- Morns Quaker li
nancial secretary Mr- Jordan'
Brown, local secretary; and Mr-
Anna Sorm Bild. corre-ponding
secretary.
Chairman of Moetxet Hapoalot .
is Mrs Zeltzcr. with Mesdames
1 Harry Queen and I-ie to r-ten as
co-chairmen. Chairman of child
raceno 1- Mr- Ralph Krieger, with
Mr- Anna Krey as eo chairman
Mr- A kitzon 1- chairman" of Jew
[ish National land Her cochair
men are Mr- Abe Seltxer, Mr-
San 1 arner and Mr- R 1
Zorehki >
Membership wort will be -bared
b> the Mesdames .lark Vieti
Louie Epstein Cultural activit) is
divided 1 m 0 n ~ the Mi sdames
Ethel Shore, \ J Ishli n an I
Amsterdam Dues chairman Mn
Margolin ne commit-
Mn Da\ id Neroi e >''! Mn
lenten Visiting the tick will
bo tho Mi Bobbins,
B0--10 Seitlin, Bose Mark- and H
Zorehki j Refreshim will 1m'
handled b) Ml id '"> R -' Mark-.
Jacob Schifl ai S Lube!
Run lirman 1- Mr- Rose
ks, with Mesdames Margolin.
/ rehki > and Amsti
ing Arrangements t 1 *ill
be h. n Hi d bj Mi sdaim Gem
Epsti in Brown ai d kn < 1 dam
relephone chairman is Mr- \l
.(red z I'aco Publicit] 1- t*
handled b> Mr- Harry H Queen
Benjamin fferton.* violinist, will
perform f^r the group His a I
Flora Norton, and S nil 1
will entertain wah recitations

b ol Pii
will held a card p
Tuesday, June 14. 8 15 pin
Beth LI Mi- i
d :-ton 1- chairman.
Lindsey Hopkins Evening
Adult School Opened
. lults
opened it- 12-week summer ttrm
at Lindsej Hopkins (Wedn<
90
[0II01 the
pletion of elementan

'-
. \ alt Cleat
les 1 through 8
- in the t t 10 pi
ih Creai
Writing, Drama and a Reading
CIniM m ted b> -peoiali-t- in
n ling.
i nd as little
three hem- 00 .: B-Wl eh
ram, or ai much a- 25 h<.ur~
:.\< daj a-waek program
Rabbi Mayor Abramow.17 North
Shore Jcwi-h Center spiritual lead
or has been appointed director of
the Youth Commhumu of 'ho imi-
ol SaVUsmgUe i<>r the Southeast
Region, it was announced b\ Philip
,,f Jacksonville, pre
of th,
The Rabbi will direct youth ac-
tivities of all the > ": ''""
tiona in t;
t< ''
IJab! : V : ID I I <"<"
Youth work ol the region into
three ; '*:'
the United Synag 1 '" <""
dor to attract the DM MM
girl into the Sjn
College youth program winch
will oifer religious guidance to
Rabbi Mayer Abrumiwiti
college youth in Southern univer-
litiea by maintaining a close tie be-
T";" xh Rabbi --
student-. ag
Youn *du|,
Voumt People ,"
Wl" "* "' WracTiTLl
"f communRj *n
[particlpatl m
X R:,,'hi Ah,
*an'^''<^ commit
"' "I A I,.in, MschioJ
nan Her. Sher. trea^l
Kohi lumbui, Ga,; u]
,,i"1" >avannah, r,j d
lanty Atlanta. r,a ; rJ
1 '"lumbus,
Rabbi M irria B. ch
[Petersburg, F!a.
The Itabbi trill attafji
al conference of Youth I
sion dii : n,c ^
gogue ol America to be|
New York June 25.
North Shore Sisterhood
Opens Member Drive
Sisterhood of the North sh in-
Jewish Center 1- opening it- mem
her-hip campaign with a luncheon
Monday noon. June 13, at the home
of Mr- I-.uis Cohen, 51 North
Shore dr Miami Beach Member-
bring a member" is the theme of
the afternoon.
Chairman of the affair 1- vice
president in charge of member
ship. Mrs A 1. Mechlowitz. as-
sisted by Mrs Nathaniel Glickman
and Mrs Jerome Mar-hak
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PAGE 12 B \lewlstnorMtMl_ ^vyfl Pioneer Women's Groups Nome Members to Important Committees Rabbi Abramowitz Named Commission Director!^ MrJacob Raffel. recent 1> In stalled president of Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women, this WMk named a complete roster of committee chairmen and representatives to affiliated organizations at ;i meeting of the board held in her homo Hoetsat Hapoalot, the groups chief fund raJaing project, will be headed by Mn Fred Sandier, with Mrs. Irving Bayer .1co-chairman child Rescue will have Mn Ber nard Kanter .1chairman, MrJa cob Wei&a ai 11 chairman Program will be in charge ol MiAlbert Shkoler and MrLeon Goldman. MrReuben Botl 1chairman of membership Mrs Jack Botl ichainnan of the Jewish Nati Fund committee with Miss (Lira Rraun as co-ch lirman Mrs Ber nard Leifler 1chairman ol J N F other committee heads include the Meadames Leonard Zinman Paul Ginsberg, dueS ; Le telephone; Moses Ifeyi r Mai Fis hn in km 1 David Mi It;-, r, integrati n Roj Warner, hospitality; Harold ibaan, retention; M .1 M< j utrael Goldman, l-rael %  Bond-: David III '.-, r and M J Meyers, sunshini Theodore Graf. I clothes for Israel and rumms 1 li raid G Shapiro Mrs Max Fish %  %  1 1 Iman, Kad mall I oui r community I singing; MrCeil s ; .1 liaJ mentarian; and Harold G S publicit) up to Pioneer W a m • %  n I ouncil : Mian 1 MrAlbi MrSol Braun Mn I M r s. 1 M .1 M< || Mn I!.-.rr\ SI la %  : Je V Ml R 'tt. MrMeyer* V:-< 1 ^ represent Irut • Seven S %  12 at is • the I m Sophie 1 When Golds Myegson club of er W01 • %  lum h. %  • '.'. %  S131 Commod MrAbe • %  \• • %  I instHled hen seeretan she .. -he honor from her fellow mcmUi being named honor.,r> president Mrs Jaek RobtMBl uam-talled apresident Vice presidents are Mn "-<-ar /.. I'.-.r and MrM B Kahn. Mn Jack llreenberg 1treasurer; MrMorns Quaker li nancial secretary MrJordan' Brown, local secretary; and MrAnna Sorm Bild. corre-ponding secretary. Chairman of Moetxet Hapoalot is Mrs Zeltzcr. with Mesdames 1 Harry Queen and I-ie to r-ten as co-chairmen. Chairman of child raceno 1MrRalph Krieger, with MrAnna Krey as eo chairman MrA kitzon 1chairman" of Jew [ish National land Her cochair men are MrAbe Seltxer, MrSan 1 arner and MrR 1 Zorehki > Membership wort will be -bared b> the Mesdames .lark Vieti Louie Epstein Cultural activit) is divided 1 m 0 n ~ the Mi sdames Ethel Shore, \ J Ishli n an I Amsterdam Dues chairman Mn Margolin ne commitMn Da\ id Neroi e •>•''! Mn lenten Visiting the tick will bo tho Mi Bobbins, B0--10 Seitlin, Bose Markand H Zorehki j Refreshim • •will 1M' handled b) Ml id '">• R -' Mark-. Jacob Schifl ai S Lube! Run lirman 1MrRose ks, with Mesdames Margolin. / rehki > and Amsti ing Arrangements t 1 *ill be h. n Hi d bj Mi sdaim Gem Epsti in Brown ai d kn •< 1 dam relephone chairman is Mr\l .(red z I'aco Publicit] 1t* handled b> MrHarry H Queen Benjamin fferton.* violinist, will perform f^r the group His a I Flora Norton, and S nil 1 will entertain wah recitations • • b ol Pii will held a card p Tuesday, June 14. 8 15 pin Beth LI Mii d :-ton 1chairman. Lindsey Hopkins Evening Adult School Opened lults opened it12-week summer ttrm at Lindsej Hopkins ( Wedn< 90 [0II01 the pletion of elementan %  '. \ alt Cleat les 1 through 8 in the T t 10 pi ih Creai Writing, Drama and a Reading CIniM M ted b> -peoiali-tin n ling. •i nd as little three hem00 .: B-Wl eh ram, or ai much a25 h<.ur~ :.\< daj a-waek program Rabbi Mayor Abramow.17 North Shore Jcwi-h Center spiritual lead or has been appointed director of the Youth Commhumu of 'ho imiol SaVUsmgUe i<>r the Southeast Region, it was announced b\ Philip ,,f Jacksonville, pre of th, The Rabbi will direct youth activities of all the > : ''"" tiona in t ; • t< • '' IJab! : V : • ID I I <"<" Youth work ol the region into three ; '*• : the United Synag 1 %  <"" dor to attract the DM MM girl into the Sjn College youth program winch will oifer religious guidance to Rabbi Mayer Abrumiwiti college youth in Southern univerlitiea by maintaining a close tie beT";" xh Rabbi -student-. %  ag Youn *d u |, Voumt People ," Wl "* "' WracTiTLl "f •* % % %  co mmunRj £*n [particlpatl m X R:,, h i Ah, !" a n ^ ''<^ commit "' "I A I,.in, MschioJ •nan Her. 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PAGE 10 A +Jelstirk>rktoM FRIDAY RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY l^isS aml Miami Be b BCTU nAum rowr.BFr.ATlON 'discuss: "The Menorah — svmhni ,< School .: % %  ac h i cbM will render (he musical por lions -'i the litucg] Saturday morning services art al 8 45 Bon aid, son ol Judge and Mrs Milton bcci Wl of bOaU Bl Kiddush They will also be Friedman, and Philip, Mi of Mr hosts at the Oneg Shahbat follow and Mm B< rd Amsterdam, will jlnaj Friday evening atrvkH n e u.r Mitn ill P irenta Ir. and Mrs. Henry Z. Levy, will Saturda! r,„ rnj a M ecome Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Herson R :i(l Subjfert of 'A ill discus*: 'Guided by the Word '" n t f God." Mr. and Mrs. Levy will be .P n ., nafa al KwMo.h Thv will d.. I r einl,., '"f':h. Mi Rabbi Leon Kronish (second from lift), Temple Beth Shclom spiritual leader, congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Son Prosterman. Daniel Broad, president of the Jewish Wional Fund Council pr cf dealer Miami, locks on. Prosfermans Feted For JNF 'Devotion' M hail 250 peopli i ed at a Jewish National Fund C< u T<: to h inor Mr and Mrs i Prosterman with the prentation ol .i Cro' e ol l.ooo trei i lanted m ih%  -. m I hi S (i ol I %  Ri presents) it es of nun • HUT Jewish organiza lions In Gn ati r Miami gathered t participate in th,' celebration and to paj tribute to Mr and Mrs Prosterman, "who haw devoted so nj years ol r/rvice and -elf sacrifice in all Heidi ol Jewish endeavor. Particularly daring the pa-t decade, Mr Prosterman has dedicated him-elf to the Jewish National Fund in th:community with unsurpassed teal and enthusiasm." Daniel Broad, president of the Jewish National Fund Council, -aid Bringing greetings were Dr Max A Lipkind, respon-ible for the establishment of the first Zionist district and [or the early JNF activities in this area :>irJack Davis, representing Marias -ah: Herbert f.mick. ol the ZOA: MrIsidor I'u-hkin. of Pioneer WomenCouncil: and Yehudl Elberg, ol Histadrut Hal bi Leon Rronish. Temple Beth Sholom spiritual leader, made the presentation and called attention to "the work and devotion of the Prostermans to Zionist the Ji tsh National Kund. to Tcm. pie Beth Sholom and to Judaism of the Mar Mitzvah students will pn floral offerings and be hosts al the Oneg Shabbal following Frid \ evenii i -• n ices Junior -crvire ,'t i 11 ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services al 6 p.m. morning services are at 0 Rabbi Malavsk) will Miami Dental Chapter Installs Dr. Sokololt !>:\ tl r S ikolotl has been installed as %  Ihe Greater Chapter i I tern it > 11 her m w offii re Dr Hen Candlelighting Time SIVAN 20 — 6:50 P.M. NORTH DAOE i,r "ia: l t BETH EMETH CONGREGATERA % % % %  ", I n diSM TION will hold Friday evening '" -> Pm ^1*9 -civ ices at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald '' lt('and] I will officiate, assisted by the choir '"'V antor ST Sermon is scheduled as: "The Jew *'" n? r the musi a i i-h Mother and Her Place in Re-1 ,hc ''' 'h the i ligfon." ,hc ,lin n "( L ,^ • • Sahn : -ngiern TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold gjg ***** Daily -it 7 pm. •<• Louis, son oi Mr and MrSam Herman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgj ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serviceat 8:30. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitr w:ll officiate and d:-cu--: "Kindling of the Light" Saturday morning services are at 8:30 Mincha will be at 6:30 p m. Rev Rudolph Brill will render the mu-ical portions of the liturp • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANO CONGREGATION will conduct Friday evening services at 6. Sat urday morning services are at 9, dedicated to the graduating class of Miami Beach High School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss: 'Quest for Greatness." Cantor Philip Brummer will render the mu-ical portions of the liturgy j£* gi Daily serviceare at 8 a.m. and p.m. on of Mr. nil beromt^ 1 ] are • e> CORAL GABLES JEW J WM at a 15 Rabbi HnLl ;will oil:. .-. %  and <&** %  Preaidenl i .rhnwerSaiJ eating v. ngtoa'j wl |P |e Saturda; rnornTS DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will SMna are at 0 4.1 Sanfenj i and MrMilton Kim n hold Friday evening services at' ana Wl|i ,.„.„/£ 6:45 Saturday morning services w are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will BETH JAC OB ct officiate and preach on the topic: ....i h .,i,i r, < "Torah and Life" Class ,n Talmud JVS I X is scheduled to precede services at ices ar „ .. 8 .lass In Ethics of the Fathers ^f, ', !" .Jf 1 **^ will be held at 6. followed by Mm cha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swart? will be hosts Daily services will be at 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. IH | lion Agair.-t Authority" .Talmud i. it 5:45, i^j | following -m-sti) I 7:30 a.m. and 6 45 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. During the absence of Rabbi David Shapiro, services will be conducted by Cantor Joseph W. Friday at 630 p.m. Sat-' Malek and Harry Kaplan, presiBeach Post oi foreign War Vets Names Mendel Lew is A Mendel ^.ii head the Miami Beach Post, Veterans of Foreign v. ars t T the cominu year Other officers an Michael Lieb erman, senior vice commander; Samuel F Perrons, junior xice commander. John M Fersu-on. quartermaster; Harvej I sJean, i'"-t chap lain; Dr Joseph B. Pomerance, lurgeon; and Harold R *\ il .-on. trustee. Dr. Arthur Sk*4*tt rv Green, pre-ident^>lect; Dr Alfred Augustine, secretary; Dr Max Ttndnch. treasurer; and Dr. Sol Rose, editor. Members of the executive council are Drs Everett Blasberg. h-vj "IS (; I liaroid Sweet Dr. Melvin Becker is chapter depu'y. Th.dental organizations local chapter unhideapproximately 30 practicing dentists. The Miami Chapter habrought dental expert! to Miami for postgraduate cour-es jand has sponsored -everal scientific clinicIts programs have also included raising iunds for the es tablishment of a dental school ba Israel. serviceurday morning services are at 8:30. Adam Jeffry. v>n of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwadron. will become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 5:30 p.m Daily services will be at 7 30 am and 6 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening serviceat 8:15. Paul, son of Mr. and MrS T. Taylor, will become Bar Mitz vah. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7 Saturday morning services are at 9 Mincha will be at 6 p.m. followed by ShaleSeu dos. dent. Saturday morning serviceare at 9, with Rev. Mordechai Haalm a n officiating. Daily morning services will be held at 9. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will offi ciate and discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. follow WEST MIAMI JEWISH I will hold Friday evemnii at 6:15. Saturda] montaji are at 9. Rabbi Alfred will discu-: Perpetjtajj Light of l-rael." Robert, al Mr. and MrNathan Beramj become Bar Mitzvah. Xiaan 5:30 Musicale for Sfffan Mrs. Harold Robin, d al 28th St.. will U hostevUil of her piano and accoriai at an informal musicale tol ed by Shalos Seudos. Daily service* will be held at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 in the Mi rgar fiano Co, p.m., with Sunday morning serv ices scheduled for 8. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m., with Rabbi cayne bl\ri on June Hfl cates and p:r,will be art all student rrn-icians i)i them in the recent natwall TeacherCc.ld auditiotu Met a Convention Florida Chiropody Association Women AuxiUarj met m conjunclion with the foot doctors at their 32nd annual convention thiwet k in V\ Uuderdale. Proud recipients of awards at cloaina exercises of Temple Beth Sholom elementary reliqious school are (left to right 1 Neal Sonnett. Judy Dson and Murray Gieenberg. winners of a county wide essay and art contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Making the presentation of inscribed American Jewish Tercentenary medals is Judge Harry Greenberg, chairman of the Temple board of education. BETH TFU.AH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 645 Saturday moming services are at 830 with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating and preaching on the topic "Who IS to Prepare the I.icht and When?" At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Rack ovsky will discuss Ethics of the Fathers Mincha is at 5 30 pm followed by shalos Seudos |. %  crvicea will be at 7 30 and 6 45 in Talmud i-cheduled Tuesda) at 5 30 p.m AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning services at 6 45 s.,turda> morning services are at 9. Rabbi Ever will discuss "Graves of Lust At 6 pm. there will be a clas. ln F.thieof the FatherM, n 'Cha follou-„ ,; 4 5 Mil|| eludes the Sabbath ob-^rvance 1 "'> ••'"'vare at 8 am and 7 pm with Sunday services acheduled for 9am an.l 7 p m ,-T. LAGLER • GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER w,l, b'dd i-riday evening services at 6 45 i with Rev Leo Heim off.c.at.ng Saturday morning services are at 9 Unt" ^'-. f" "' Mr and Mr ^ J" •*ph Rocklin. becomes Bar Mitz ed b> Shalos Seudos and Maariv. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER w.l, ho7d FrLa y evening services at 8:30 Rabb, Abraham Herson will officiate and WE HAVE MOVED OPEN JUNE 14th ACfoss THi srifrr m A MW rrtfli HARRY MERMRSTEIN -,rr wa KOSHER MEAT t POULTRY MARKET (ftmtrlf Adhrs Html Cet Mifh Grmit Mt A fawhry t Wh.leself frkii! Com. la H 4 Caaviact Vawrttll PlfNTY W ?" Far Frt Delivery Call 12-sm 181* S.W. Ita St., !-•*• Ml HfKlSHMtmS AT 00 OffVING Only msi CAKE IMEK TOO ...mcosrs NOW Nk'ii(Q) ( a


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IV.J UNE 10. 1955 SONS ON HIS HANDS -JmMn^irtHr PAGE 8 A I. Koll-Nescher's Vacation Here Means More Activity Col. M. M. Koll Nescher. asni military air and naval atof the Embassy of Israel in linglon, is vacationing at the r;i motel this week. With him l\twin sons. Ura and Ehud. %  tins care of the children his wife returned for a brief [tu Israel, Col. Koll-Nescher's pi program was not alone one in and pleasant ocean swimon Tuesday morning, he was | C ,t of the R.O.T.C. in BeauLecture Hall at the Univer|oi Miami. ,,l ,,n Wednesday. Col. KollIhc'i was honored at a luncheon Jc (I r cater Miami Chapter. fican ( hristian Palestine Com Israel military man was in Berlin and received his %  an and secondary education Ir.iel. where he was graduated Herzliah College in Tel Aviv. [i)4.f. he joined the British l\ and served with the Koyal Uicers until 1946. When the oi Independence broke out. Kill Nescher joined the IsAir Force, in which he has served in many capacities. was in charge of a squadron If. Col. M. M. Koll Nescher of the Air Transport Command and later was in command of the Officers Training School of the Immunity Center Camp Counselors To Have Training Orientation Here ir sixty counselors will parktc in a full week of pre-camp ling and orientation beginning 13. to be conducted by the kter Miami Jewish Community |er for the staffs of its four mer day camps. Counselors I hear talks on camp objectives, ly. health and first aid, and Ir matters. IscuNMons will be conducted problems of group and individ [ behavior and program plan |, and there will be evening gethers with the parents of |pc rat the respective camps. !<>!lowing is the official listlot the day camp staff includ1 administrative personnel, sen|aiiil junior counselors. he Town Branch Day Camp \[ includes Israel Silver, camp tor. Mrs. Dolores Pearl, pro|n director; William Griffin. erfn-nt supervisor; Larry LefIrvin Kishner. Judith Ofso Stanley Beiley. Linda Mehler. ^tm Kaplan. Arnold Loew. Har Mains. Janet Blumenlhal, ArKroll, Marilyn Edelstein. SylUilgram, Nancy Freed. It the Beach Branch, the staff includes Nisson Pearl, camp director; Miriam Scheinberg, program director; Wayne Tobin. waterfront supervisor; Beatrice Rice, Roger Kallins, Lawrence Herbst, Judy jGreen. Roger Throne, Robert ; Behrendt, Howard Reiss. Alan Bernstein. Gerald Wernick. Eu | gene Sharkey, Marcia Jervis, Jean Deutsch. Ethel Dertke, Stella Katz. Barbara Katzen, Barbara Baum. Alice Marlin, Carole Fine. Day Camp Staff at Flagler-Gra' nada includes Harry Shamis. camp director^Leila Gross, head i counselor: Franklin Langsner. waIterfront supervisor; Irwin Bloch. j Frank Talmadge. Richard Carr. David Sudnow, Howard Rice. Sanford Jacobson, Marvin Schneider, Bart Midwood, Carole Fogelman, Barbara Hacker. Barbara Stern, Harriet Solloway, Barbara Levy. North Dade Day Camp Staff in eludes Leonard Romney. camp director; Mrs. Yvcttc Cole, waterfront supervisor; Michael Bennard. Sheppard Masarck. Alvin Marrow, Sue Colby, Elinor Sontag, Judy Shapiro, Sandra Cowan. Israel Air Force. Previous to his present appointment as assistant air attache, Col. Koll Nescher commanded the Is rael Air Force Technical School. deHirsch Fund Lists Procedure Baron Ce Hired T-oan Fund of Greater Miami is currently eireu lating a brochure explaining the purposes of the fund. Leo Ackerman. president, this week revealed that the function of the brochure is to acquaint the community with this service. "The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund was | created more than a quarter of a century ago to help people who want to help themselves," he said, adding that "there is no interest charge for loans. "The maximum we can lend an applicant is S300. and these sums must be ticketed for constructive purposes." According to Ackerman, repayments are arranged according to the ability of the individual applicant. "Those who can secure loans through normal commercial procedures arc not qualified to apply to the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund." Other officers of the organization include Max Silver. Harry O. Rabe and Frank Rose, vice presidents; Maurice Grossman, secretary; and Harry Simons, treasurer. Board of directors includes Sidney H. Palmer, Morris Alpert, R. Williams Apte, Benjamin Beck, Leo Eisenstein. William Friedman, David Kleber, Jack Muravchick, Al Quadow, Elry Stone, Archie Brick, Leon J. Ell and Jesse M. Freed. Loan fund committee members are Harry Simons, chairman, Benjamin Beck, Archie Brick. William Friedman, Al Quadow and Frank Rose. Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund is a member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mist Youth Commission kmes Regional Officers puthern Zionist Youth Commisat its annual spring meeting fcted the following officers for I5-56 Mrs. Herman Klausner. Utsonville, chairman; Mr. Mauk I'ilsk. Nashville, co-chairman; I Henry Birnbrey, Atlanta, trcasr plr-. Klausner succeeds Mrs. Ben pert, of Savannah, in leading the liuties of the Commission, which Jludes Young Judaea, Young Ju%  a Leaders, Junior Hadassah. kl i wo week Camp Judaea. The Southern Zionist Youth nmissioo is the educational th agency of Florida, Southern Southeastern Hadas&ah and Southeastern Zionist Organizar" of America end includes GeorHnrida. South Carolina, North rulma. Tennessee, Mississippi. Jabama, Arkansas and New Orn> |. a Miss Parks to Speak Miss Lois Parks, executive director of the Mental Health Clinic, will speak at the regular meeting of Club Everglades Workmen's Circle Branch 1050 on June 14. Miami Zionist leaders Jerome Weinkle and Harry Gordo.i, co-chairmen, discuss plans with committee for the traditional annual barbecue to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gcr don, 2201 South Miami ave., on Sunday evening, June 2c. Looking on are A. Arthur Pekelner, Al Quadow and Irving Saal. Present American Flag An American Flag was recently presented by the Norman Bruce Brown Jewish War Veterans Post to Camp Ma Ka Bee. which is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it has been jointly announced by Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, chairman of the day camp, and Frank Marks, commander of the Veterans' Post. The official presentation will be made on June 20, which is the first day of camp, with 105 children taking part in the presentation program. Camp Sky-Top for BOYS AND GIRLS R0SMAN, N.C. Director: NATHAN A. MIUER Dean, little Kiver School 6550 31th TERRACE MIAMI SPRINGS Phone 88 9704 LEARN SHORTHAND IN Q\ WEEKS SHORTHAND FAMOUS ABC SYSTEM Speedwritine _=J TYPING AVAILABU 0 ~C3 NO S/GNS—NO SYMBOLS— USES obe'j Air Condition ii Classroom: CHARRON-WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 111 S. MIAMI AVE. PHONE F2-53J! Mn Sholom Men fo Elect [Annual election meeting of the p' flub of Temple Beth Sholom be held on Monday evening, fne 20. in the Temple's banquet according to an announcernt by Jack A. Abbott, presi p m Special feature of the meet *ill be the showing of a recent %  m of the famous Edward Mur f* •Robert Oppenheimer interview I he Murrow "See it Now" TV tu*, Albert L. Rosen, program airman of the Men's Club, will •hairman of the meeting's prori "n feature. IT'S LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK! when you buy double-comfort WITH YORK AIR CONDITIONING The 2-in-l operation of York air conditioners means real economy for you. In the packaged units of 2and 3-ton capacity. York's twin compressors both operate on the hottest days, but when the temperature is lowered, only one will oDerate—to keep the humidity down and prevent over-cooling. York's high standard of quality and workmanship mean longer lile. too! nun/i/ij name in air conditioning ^p HILL YORK Hill York Sales Corp. IMS S.W. 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JUNE 10. 1955 ••JenistrhrkHan in Future iote of Closing [centenary Fete ontinued from Pjr 1 A he said, "has of late not En-vented us from helping to Rhr world's grievous wounds, L, strangled this flow of new | and energy." Mr, Stevenson L| hope that our current im \\v an international scale by lintment as instructor at Havana Bus— *!> I niversity. who h %  on the fully of the diversity of Mini, will teach irses in pub e 1 a t ions, man! and ountancy duribe summer rm "'' is chairman Victor I. ffcer 'he public relations committee Pi the Florida Institute of CPA's, Pado County Chapter, internationV relations chairman of the Mijmi Junior Chamber of Commerce, P n d auditing chairman of the Mi p| Beach Elks. Eber was recently named auP'tor of Junior Chamber International, an organization comprising membership in 63 countries. Card Party Saturday Card party sponsored by Miami Beach Post of Jewish War Veterans will be held jointly with its auxiliary on Saturday evening in the New Yorker hotel. OPEN HOUSE RECEPTION Sat., June 11 3 to 5 p.m. You Are Invited to Inspect Our Facilities and Meet Our Staff [V A Happy and Healthy Summtr Boyt and Cir'.s AatS 4 to 14 JUNE 20 through AUGUST 19 4£LSCH00L SUMMER DAY CAMP SPACIOUS INDOOR and OUTDOOR FACIHTIIS 75 FOOT SWIMMING P001 ON PREMISES Prear.m 1-cluO.: SHi". •••• Fi,hin9 : M L'* AthLct Arts 1 Crafts, D.ncina, Dramat*.. luath.. REGISTER NOW! PH. JE 14606 1010 West Avenue, Miami Beach e *,V,k*e** ^55Sca* Vf henever you do, come in and tell your needs to one of our helpful loan officer?. Without delay, without cumbersome red tape, and in strictest confidence —Florida National loans are arranged at low bank interest rates. You repay with easy monthly payments scaled to f;l your budget. After your first transaction at this bank you, too, irill enjoy I Banking on a Higher level jusl one escalator step up from Ilagler Street's busiest corner at THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANI( LAND TRUST COMPANYIV At Miami Alfred I. duPont Building Member i Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Syatem, Florida National Group Our Capitol and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and loans Makes This One of the Strongest Banks in the Notior



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IY. JUNE 10, 1955 LEGAL NOTICE iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  K is IIKKK1IV OIVEN that rrstgned, dealrlng to enaage In under the fi<-tii imin name nf ., SS INDUSTRIES OR Ml', ; i7id N.W, '."th Street, Ini',. K luIi ijd ri.uii. i' ,., U,, I'iivull '""Urt of Dade Florida. %  \ iK IN III:R.isti Ihrili tr PAGE 11 B IN CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,.; is HEREBY GIVEN thm ,|. .i. MI IIIK I" • null,. • ri( tltlou mnw n( TILE CO., "I ''"'l B.W. 5th I i -I. I .Hcl II. 111,. %  I,',, c "jerk <>f the Mr. nil !oui I %  •'' ""M""... SINK | .'.-10 riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-K IS HEREBY OIVEN tii.n ned, dealt Ing to engage in undi i the fictitious name "i liKRN KREIOHT FORWARD i.MKANY. nt MM N.W. .'"th ,. •, ra .i, to register said name i„. clerk <>' Ihe Circuit I ,. county, Florida. srwi.KY a. MILLER I 3-10 •TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW n, K is HEREBY OIVEN thai .i. d< ill lag to engage In %  i the fictitious name "f >I;SITY PHARMACY, at SsM I,. .ii Blvd., Coral tiablcH, -. i MI la in in. a Ith the [ ,,r the Clrcdtl Court of Dade Ida. ARTHUR sroKL'll IS BEIOEL for Applicant tyne Hlnft LEGAL NOTICE •h da> of May, i %  .-.-, KSTIlKi: -i i: KI.KK K| l .ll.;.n. BTRICKLER HEIM \N KAPLAN i ioExei u Irwln R MYERS, Attorney name Court kTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: is HEREBY OIVEN thai ned di i Ink '" engaga in under the fictitious nan BRI N. II AND BOD A, at ISO ;, t venue, Coral Odblea, Florida, aid name Ith the I of die cii cult Com t % %  I lade %  J( iSEPH FI KIEL MVIIA POO EL STICE UNDERFICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ned desiring t.. engage In ile i lie fli tltlou* name "f BEAUTY BALON, al \\ Till Ave Intends to 1h the l "'• I k of the .•I wide i '< iunt) Floi Ida. jnHS W. BULLENBEROER I — 6 1 llOTiCE BY PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF llOA IN AND FOR DADE . CBOROE I'HKIITKnK, 07 Il>... Kuilillng, Miami, Fla., and %  orucinal Answer or Pleading office of the Clerk of the Ciriurt MII or before the list day •. 195ft. If vou fail to do no. nt by default will he taken it you for the relief demanded Rill .f i-oniplalnt. notice sliall be published onre eek f..r four ronaeeuHve weeks (HI JKVV18H KI.OKIDIAN. JNE AND ORDERED at Miami. .i llii13th day of -May, AD. K It l.KATHKIt.MAN. i l. rk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Hm Ida B) \VM. \V. BTOCK1NO, HI court Beal) ii.pui> Clark ,; .:in COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 33302-B STATE i >K i. s tlRi'RN, Deceased CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE (APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ihi i. by aiven ilsii e i our final i epoii and petition i nal i'ihai ft %  Hniniof (he estate ..f PAUL S, hN, d< ... .i .i.i.i that "ii 'he 19 ,.. ill apply to hi, prank B DOWLINO, I idgi r l MI Flornval ol aaM final repoi i i"i final discharge s ,,f ih Estate I.I PAUL B. KN, ill • ,| la l "th das of May, 19SS THEODORE HERMAN KIRT MENDEL ^ WRLL18CH adrnmlatratora %  ', 1'ongreai lluilding, .Miami. Ha. 5, 20-27 -i, |.|0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. .,._ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai "". '* !" i~. i s, panti in,, s. ,-i editors, trust ii.. claiming by, through, undi again I \v n.i.i \M M R VKKR I n d; i iLIVER P I i-..i. BENJAMIN ER, .lit. Deceased: H IKER, Deeea i d, also knowr HARRIET ll.\l\ BAKER, Deed BENJAMIN BAKER, sit I ased; LEMUEL BAKER, Deeased M \KY E. s IWYER B VK ER, I '. ased; ami CARL BAKER, Dec i 1 %  I Ind if an] of the above named defendants be dead, the unknown i" ii d< eea, granti es, assign. es, llenors, trust, es, ci edltoi and other parlies claiming by, through, under or aRalnst the above named • • ndants. (S) The unknown spouses of ans for Ilainttff Wncoln Road. MUml Beach. t" — S/I-10 Ha NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 179503 MOLLY APPEL, Plaintiff, VI Jl IKEPII APPEL. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti >: JOSEPH tl'PRL i I... Street H ooklyn, N V S V. You. JOSEPH APPEL. an hereby notified ih.it %  1 ill .,f Complali has b< '-n filed .ij;.!i!iM you, and >"ii are required to serve a copy <>f your Answer .n Pleading to the Bill ..f Complain! on the plaintiffs Attorneys, liolJJMAN AGOLDSTEIN, ZSOt U.-t Hauler Street, Miami. l-'l..i l.l.i. II ml file the 01 Answer .•: Pleading In the office ol the Clerk "f the CTrcull Courl on or before the toth day "f June. itftK If >.ni fall to do s". Judgment by default will be taken against >nu for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once eacb week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH KI.OKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ISth day of May, A.D. E. H. I.EATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida Rj \VM W. BT< iCKINC, (Circuit Court seal) Deputy Clerk OOLDMAN K OOLDBTEIN Attorneys fur Plaintiff West Klagler Str.,t, Miami, Fla. I'M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 179667 II p. II PEDERBDN, Plaintiff, UtON KURT 8TEINBACH el als.. ] ', !.ml.ml s. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IRON K1KT BTEINBACH. • in.in. who al ,., KNOTT BTEINBA H, i. .mil if marriea, HTFJINBAI 'II. his wife, Exi %  gal itlves ,,i„i Aiim nTstrators, tl unal Repri oi Partli %  '••. .,11 IMC: have anj right, tltli or m and i" the pri i>< rtj aba .,,1 |n Kses unknown. You are hereby notified thai I has been filed Courl to the land ..„.. Lots I i %  :,..... ,y CORAL TERR-\CE, S #1, AMENDED, ,-,',,' Plal hereof, I In Ptol K.....K •= %  • %  % %  • • I 1 '"'. County, I'l 'a. TLB FARMS, s MI bdiv 1st part of the Bouth Half rk.Ulh Sei lion II. shin I -' ith, Range MB %  '';-. W iSSSw' yoT's Bt! I. II III f the T.'Wiis .-..nfessed by Dated .ii Miami. Florida, day of June^ I! this lTlh I EATHERMAN. Clerk of the -lrcuit Court I I.I.I. %  l,,, %  -., COt'R>0\ ER, Clerk In an.1 Fur County. Kiei nia By: JOAN p. puty < Ink HENRY M CAIN ano! ARTHUR D. D^KELMAN Attorney s for I '•"''" MLll „i Florida •S1I W. Flagler Xfreet. Miami, no 5/J0-I7 /J-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai i ned, di ring to i nj business under the fictitious n TIMETABLE DISTRIBUTORS. at %  '-''. N Miami Avenue, Miami, FIs Intends to register said name with the fb-ik ..I ih.. Circuit Courl ,.i Dade County, Florida. HI ll'THERN 1'' ILl >ER DIHTRIHUTINO COMPANY, INC. A Floi Ida .orporatlon I'Al.l.or. HILVER A ML'LLOY Al torni v %  i..i Applicants T'ii Congress Bldg. 6/:t-lM N Miami Avenue, ami. i-'la.. Intends to register name with rne clerh of the Cti Court • %  Dn(i Counrv. Florida. s'H"rili:i:.\ KOLDEIt DIFTRIBT'TINO COMPANY, A I torida i orpoi.. I Ion PALLOT, SILVER & MCLLOY A i torneys foi Applli 701 i 'ongress Bldg i 'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ens. %  ss under 'he fictitious nun, of FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS si:i:\ ICKS n| 9J8 .\ Mi an) | Avenue. M i la., Intends to register said name Ith the Clerk of the I 'ii i uil < "oui i ..I Dade Count). Florida. SOUTHERN FOLDER DisTitiniTiNi; COMPANY, INC A Floi Ida i torpors i Ion PALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY Attorneys for Applicants Tnl Congress Bids. 6 3-10-17-21 %  • 1 1 II. i Title to the above de cribed al iinii. 11 %  baa i .n filed as you, and \ ou H I e retiulred i" sei ve a copj ..I your Answer or Pleading to ihKill .if Complaint on th,Plaintiffs' attorney, IIEOROE CHERTKi IP, 101 Olympla Building, Miami 82, Florida, .mil file the original Answei or Ing In the office of the Clei k of ii %  i on or befi i • 10th daj "I June, 1933. If s ou f.i ii to %  i so, Judgmi in bs default will be taken %  the relief demanded in ih. Bill of Complaint rii notice shall be published once ,i, h week for ban i o • onsecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DciN!-: AND ORDFJRED al Miami, Florida, ibis 19th day <•! May, A.D. i: B. LEATHERMAN, i %  !. rk, l 'i' i.i Conn I >ade Countj. Florida By JOAN COURNOYER. ill i nui I Seal I 1 leput) i "lerk (!EI IROE CHERTKI IF Al loi ne> for Plaintiffs 107 Obinpia Building, Miami II, I'la :, %  :: — i-io-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious nun., of IH i'l EL POLDER DIBTRIBl'Tl IRS. al 926 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Kla intends to 11 %  name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida, .-i ll'THERN PI U.l 'ER DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY", INC. A I i... I.I.I orpoi,iii.ni PALLOT, SILVER .VMCLLOY Al tomes s for Apple mis ."; Congri ss Bldg. 17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN ih,. undersigned, desiring i" eitgai h iin. ss under thi luus nami of SOUTHERN DISCI. AY SERVH' N Miami Avi n le. Miami, i ui^li i si ii] name n ith I ..II I.I D INC, cieik of the Circuit County, Florida, SOUTHERN POLDER DISTRIBUTING CI IMPANY, A i loi Ida 'orpors lion P M.M IT, SILVER A Ml 1.1.' lY Al i." neys for Appllcanl a T"l Congress Hidg. ii 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious num. ,f Kl.nltlDA ADVERTISING DI8TB I'l'olts. ni 'MK N Miami AVel Miami, Pla., intends to register name a lib the *lerk of the Cii • '..ni i of i iii'i.' i''.uni>. Florida: SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY, INC. \ i loi Ida '"i poi Htlon I'M. I.I r\\ SILVER • Mil.1.1 lY Attorneys foi Applicants Tel Congress Bldg. (73-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKHKHY OIVEN that the niniei -algned, desiring to engage in business under the fl.llllous n.i nf III.IKZARD KAN COMPANY, al Ml s \v. r.ih St.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida M. A. (CLASS, owner / 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RED'S CLOTHINO STORE, at 179JM South Federal Highway, int.mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ef Dade County, F,orida JULES AK"N KD\v UD ARON8 Attoi n.v for Applli ant :, T, — l/J-10-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,i,i,ii,. fi. tltlous name nf \l\i:l CREATIONS, al l 107 Con. ; • tends to ri .,,,., ,i„. ,-. ... u,e ( ircult Courl i i l % %  "• ounty, Kionda. \l-Altl. INC. RICHARD l'l''K. Pri sldi nl ZI'KNA TICK. WKI.I.IS. II Alt,iil.es 1414 | ng, Mian.I, ; i, '"-IT 1-1. i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the w li: "J I, kin HI • HAL SER\ ICES CO. nol Inc rt, Miami i r,, Bo 1133, Intern t. Miami '."/"".'u,,'," i said ii with ,! "\ oi D.i.ie i ounti "'"" l 1 MiltWlN ROeWNBERQ TALIANOFF*. WALLER S fSREENBERO i %  •„ i. ni "1" Boad, Ml ml ,. Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .. IH HEREBY OIVEN Inat lltKD MORoAN KBS8LER I OARS St. '. I" "^5rlci^b|R_ FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ih undersigned, desiring t" engs of „ad.. ''"-VV,CK"SHACK M. GOLDMAN Applicant BWg. name Court MITCHELL 3 Seyl |/fl S/3-lO-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN i he und, i signed, to < ngage In %  is under the fictitious nun.<>f TRANSPi IRTATII IN Al IVERTISINO SERVICFJS, al 928 N. Miami A Miami. Pla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit i"., mi of Bade County. Florida. SOUTHERN POLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. A I lorida Coi porution PALLOT, SILVER d MULLOY Attoi in | %  foi Applicants 7*il i 'lilllll. ss Bldg. I %  ,-|ii-i7-:'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai the underelgned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name .if ATTRACTION AND RESORT FOLDER DISTRIBUTORS, al tit S Miami Avenue, Miami. Pla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOUTHERN F-Ol.DKK DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation KAl.l.or, SILVER A: MULLOY Attorneys lor Applicants Toi Congress KI<1K. 6/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN ned, desli Ins to t ngag< ii business under the fictitious nami SolTIIKItN DISPLAY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, al 920 N Ml Avenue, Miami, Fla intends to I .i ii.i II., with i tie i 'i.-I k ol I i •..in i of Dade County, Flm Ma. SI ll'THERN l-'i 'l-l 'ER DI.rRlBUTING Cl IMPANY A I lorida orporatlon PALLOT, SILVER b ML'LLOY Attoi ii. i nil Applicant* Tnl i 'ongress Bldg, .7-L'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i ITH '!•: IS HEREBY ';i\ EN the undersigned, dealrlng to engai business under the fictitious nun. SOUTHERN DISPLAY RACK BEP.VICES, .it 928 N Miami Avenue, Mli la Intends to i eglsti r name M th the Clerk of the <"lr, lit. Courl ..f Dade County, Florida. SI ll'THERN PI ILDER DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY, INC. A I lorida Corporation PALLOT. SILVER d MULLOY Attorm ) s f..i Applicants 7m Congress Bldg, •; 3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underelgned, dealrlng i" engage In business under the fi.iiti.uis name "f MODEL POLDER DISTRIBUTINO SERVICE, at tt N. Miami A Miami, Kla.. Intends i>. register i I name With the Clerk Of the Circuit Court i.r Dad.County, Florida. SOUTHERN POLDER DISTRIBUTINO COMPANY. INC. A l loi Ida Coi por il on PALLOT, BILVER d MULLl lY attorneys for Applicant* 701 Congress Bldg. 17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA^ IN CHANCERY. No. 180149 i:i >N v RUBIN, Plaintiff < VMUEL F Rl*BIN, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SAMUEL P. RUBIN l^ En I 12 id Street Ni a York. S 1 Yon '' %  •' ";"; plaint for Divorce has been filed you, and you i I copJ f 1MI ,.i., ,i< for Divorce "ii Plaintiff's B id file the orlg in,,' Answei in Ihi i the i l .,( the cii. IHI Court, on oi oi r< 1st ilas of July, !95o, otherwise \ s II be taken as agalnsl .... lMl (l uusist iu.,.1.1 ..;.• %  .,!%  i -i, rk, Circuit C iui i. li,,,i. Co .ni •. Hoi Ida I... K H RICE. 'It. (SEAL! DeputJ T M.IANOIP, W M.I.IOlt A ,;I:I:I:NI:I:I:'| attorneys for I'lalntnt |-.\ Geofga J T i 10 I.In. ..In Road, Miami i rk the the for i'iClcrk NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 180 25 MATILDA n.MAIloNY. Plaintiff. EMMETT -I' O'MAHONT, Defendai SUIT FOR DIVORCE To EMMETT I. O'MAHONY Residence and address unknr,i You ai •• hen by notified thai %  ol Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you axe tvipiiied t,. serve a isipy of your Answer or Pleading to ih,Kill of Comi on the plalntlfTs Attorney, HENRI \i CAIN. and file the original Anawi Pleading in the ofB< t the I nf the Circuit emu i on or befon -,ih day of July. i".:.. if you fail to do so, |udgm< nl by deaault will be taken against you for the reltel manded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall %  published ol K each week for four consecutive wei In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at M I, tins 1st day "f. .Imie. A I '. K. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. 11,ni, i 'ounty, Flo Ida B I. RNEElrEN iCircuil cum t Seal) Deputj I HI:M:'I M. CAIN \.,.i I, for Plaintiff i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +j€nisfi Fkirkiiain solicits your legal noticd*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 24366 for messenger servlct) ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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PAGE 2 B +Jmlst) nerkflan FRIDAY Conference Again Names Mrs. Farr Some 200 women of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organisation of Dade and Brow-urn" County gathered on the dining cpol "t the Biscayne Terrace hotel Kite las! week to wakh the instalhuion ot the group's new officials Mrs, A.iron Parr was Installed ;ipresident; Mr\ i ink \v< | lins and MrH.irrv G l: '.!-. and MrMatilda irer Other officers installed include Mrs Irwin Weingstein, recording secretary; Mrs Benjamin tppel, ^IW^WI**.** tar:. M emb ers heard guest speaker Mayor Harold Shapiro .. n d his wite. of Miami Beach. dlaCUBS their recent travels .^liroad. Three resolutions tor the roar were introduced by MrMilton Sirkin. resolutions chairman. These included that the organization bold feb 15 to Mar IS ill suspension and that during this period no independent fund raising tartad bj the in dividual groupunder the organisation; that one month a rear be dedicated to an educational proimur.it> well. > r be appointed • the indn mps i ih the main i The lion includes filial • in the Di %  <-r unit> ui. Confirmed last week was this qroup. representing the largest class in the history of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. First row (left to right' are Mrs. Irvinq Kaplan. Temple Sister hood president. Deane Granoff. Ronald Alan Friedland, Dorothy Enid Don. David Bamet Schlissel. Beth Kaplan, William Samuel Pine. Sandra Harriet Shapiro. Michael Allan Jacob-son, Janet Ruth Rosen, Robert Benach, Nancy Jo Merritt. Second row (left to right) ate Ralph Spero. Temple president, Theodore I. Sokolsky, Richard S. Materson, Joy Ann Gardner. Michael Jay Kogan, Lora Garhinkel. Gary Simon Brooks. Helene Sue Soglovitz. Norman Lachman. Su.3cn Elaine Cchen. Parry S. Shein, Marjone Hop3 Scm~. Roberta Sue Goldberg. Judge Harry Greenberg. chairr wiviuwy. iu U ye nuiry oreenDerg, chairman Temnkl of education. Third row (left to riqht) are WiU a Sue s!d David Ronald Sternoff. Temma Mazor, Steven S Susan Lee Coleman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer Sn. Greenberg. educational director. Rabbi Leon Kronlil bert Allen Tobin. Linda Gail Cogen. Mark H. MedtAkl Jean Friedman. Richard Steven Hoberman. Fourih^J Robert Michael Rosenberg, Myron Katzoif. Gail Ethrfl Arthur Low, Linda Karen Kars. Morey Moss Deann( Samuel L. Samelson. Addie Rose. Allen B. Shevach. Irene Hurt. Rudy Kellerman. Center Summer Camps Name Waterfront Staff rfront stall fur the pan ui th. Qt ami Jewish Community Center was this week b) Ban assistant director This h of the fo;.: mps operated hv the center in : variuui %  Dad* Count] have .. lull time waterfront in -Mrs. Goldberg in fourth Term as Sisterhood President education instructor at thi Paul School in Cleveland, 0. ithletic director and camp director tor various mid ons MrCharles Cole will head up of I he program at the. North Dack .Uwi-h Center Sho conducted a swimming m-truc tion program for the Red Cross in IhaJ -t -ummcr and has -tructor -upervising activities al %  ''" ,>ct n waterfront director at ihe the different swimming poolthai several first vice „ r ,. used by the Center. Tropp -aid All four individuals are qualified a-au rfront safetj instructors. 11 ehS ne f T£ in Wh W U '" c, ,:. • ... | cnarge of the -wimming program for the Beach Branch, is a student at Emory Iniversity and has taught -wiinnung previously on Miami Beach Another Emory University student. William Griffin, will be in charge at the Town Ml $ 0 I. A I I Z I D SERVICE "un u "MAMY-HAV COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrtcks Rebuilt t.dy Repairs and Palntmj Phonn 3-2244. 2*652 j 40 $.w. n | overnight camp*. lent. Rachael ond vice pn -ident; Sarah Stone, irer; Fred Ochs, recording -• %  cretan. Sam Gettner. financial and publicity chairman. Named to the board of directors the 1 Mesdamaa Anna Gruberg, C.ussie Hershbein. Sam Okamoff. Pauline Rappaport. Mr. and MrDavid Singer, the Mesdames R" nr T "' 3 h' %  \Z* Mary Wengrow. Cel.a Wilner and f h w.mnT,, nr a V?** '" Mr Isadore Schwartz versSr^^ Si*erhood plans installation of rhood plans installation officers on Sunday. June 12 Miami Unit Swim Dance Sand) Frogel. pre-idf-nt of the •u Unit of Junior H a nnouncu s the group will hold a -w.m dance Saturday evening. June 11. at the pool uf Cromwell hotel. Title of the dance is Bon \ age" in honor of Misses Ann Basch and Elaine Schwartzman. who will immer in Israel with the Junior !i I It*. They will New %  •• • • support Junior Hadassah dren in Israel v. Shfej ..h in charge of .re Miss Basch and Mrs On a Lowe At the Flagler-Granada Center. Franklin Langsner will be waterfront supervisor He is a physical Lula Jones flowert far All Occancns MllVilT • Cat FWwart • PaNtd Pleats Carsaa** • fnmtrml Dciifni • Widdlwns • Parties ifN s.w. ith smir 2-5790 Phones 2-53S4 M IAMI TITLE i dktract Co, 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUMTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl Tin* liMriKi r*ficMW ef IMKI City THts knar—ci C. CmpHml, Surpln g (eiertrei faceW HMMi 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE! -">^>^-v—v^v—v BUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE frXLVt) $ r.-rvo JEWISH TRADE %  „„„., W HC NEV E R YOU n r II T — %  -"'" t NANCi rONSULT DADE F !" AI. WHENEVER TOU rL S, g u ftD S, a HOME TO g ^'^^ — — !" 'N AND EARN D.V.UENDST^C^ FOR YOU AT THE_CURjENT_RATEOFO % NOW DADE KDER Al RESOURCES PER AUNUM. OPEN YOUR ACCOUHJ EXCEED It """ Qtl DOUA leak Hr tat 2-Sfry Wbita gaiUiaf THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 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IY. JUNE 10. 1955 iman Named Chairman of High >ly Day Israel Bond Participation; National Speakers to be scheduled -JeHlstflrrkHnn PAGE 9 B jnour B. Liebman, prominent Beach attorney and chairiif the Southeast Zionist Re Administrative Council, has [ed the post of High Holy Day nan for Israel Bonds, it was (need this week by Jacob [Greater Miami chairman of late of Israel Bonds commit Announcing Liebman's acceptSher praised Liebman "for ontinuous efforts on behalf State of Israel and for his participation in community [and religious projects." ^is annual program of selling of Israel Development Bonds |g the High Holy Day services synagogues, has become one most effective means of moH spiritual and financial gth for the Jewish State," hair). Ihinan, a member of the board Irernors of Israel Bonds, said, [guidance and cooperation of Rabbinate and lay leadership important factors in makBic >ynagogue Bond program inspiring demonstration of heart Jewry's faith in the fu|of Israel." \ed m Who's Who in World Liebman continued by ig out that last year, through operation of synagogue Icadthe Greater Miami area, [ $55,000 in Bonds was purat High Holy Day appeals kbman said that he was confi[that last year's figure will be led "with a real effort on the iif synagogue officials." Wednesday, Liebman spoke Israel and Israel Bonds be It heRabbinical Association at feting in Temple Emanu-El. nan. who has made three trips ceola Lake Inn III be Regional mist Meet Site kutheast region of the Zionist |nization of America will hold miner seminar at Osceola Lake June 10 to 12, according to an kuncement this week by Joe in. Osceola Lake Inn ownerbin revealed that the theme he -cminar will be "Zionism a> What of Tomorrow?" PanIs will include Dr. Horace N. |cn. of the New School for So Research; and Dr. Joseph Iner, of Grinell College. Iowa. firman will be Dr. Sidney Q. s, Atlanta, Ga. •ceola Lake Inn is 2,500 feet H' sea level in the Blue Ridge Uitaina at Hendersonville, N.C. Iin said that the summer vacaresort now has a new dance recreational hall. "A separate Iding for dancing, entertainnt and snack bar has just been Bpleted." ccreational activities, in addiinclude fishing and boating )sceola Lake, a private swimpool and separate children's ling pool and children's playund with swings, slides, seeand sand pit games. r "i the grownups, Rubin revealthere are a screened-in card ii, house cars for transportaproblems, orchestra, golf, tenhandball, ping pong, shuffle >rd, horseback riding, horse pitching and television viewOsceola Lake Inn's dining room lures the finest Jewish-Ameri• uisine under the supervision ained chefs," Rubin said. tra AUGUST BROS Rvi Is t hi /I/ S / Seymour Liebman to Israel, stressed the importance of High Holy Day appeals as a means of providing more rapidly the much needed investment capital which Israel desperately needs to reach her goal of economic security. Urging each rabbi to consider this importance. Liebman announced that nationally known speakers will be available to the synagogues during the High Holy Day services to tell of the serious need in Israel today for American aid through funds derived from the sale of State of Israel Bonds. Liebman is a member of the board of governors of Federation, a member of the national executive committee of ZOA. a member of Beth David Congregation and a member of the executive committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education. He is also vice chairman of the Florida Chapter of the American Jewish Historical Society and is counsel and director of the Bank of Miami Beach. Miamians Named To Committees Ten prominent community leaders have been appointed to major national committees of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it has been announced by Julian Freeman, of IndianaPolls, Council president. Close to 500 Jewish community leaders, representing 118 cities throughout the United States and Canada, have been named to serve —the largest number ever appointed to the Council committees and the greatest number of communities ever represented, Freeman said. Named from the Greater Miami area arc Stanley C. Myers, chairman of community organization and chairman of budget and finance committees. Myers will also serve with the national-local relations committee and the William Shroder award committee. Sam J Heiman, campaign and community interprcation committee; Benjamin B. Rosenberg, community organization, campaign and community interpretation, personnel professional sub-commit-1 tee and regional services. Herbert Scher, regional services; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, child care committee: Dr. Kurt Peiser, national-local relations committee; Fred K. Shochet, campaign and community interpretation; Harold Thurman, community organization and budget services; M. C. Gettinger, budget services and child care. Heiman is chairman of the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal and Myers was recently reelected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. Rosenberg is Federation director. Mrs. Ackerman is president of the board of the Jewish Family Service, and Fred K. Shochet is publisher of The Jewish Floridian and immediate past president of the American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Dr. Peiser and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers are members of Federation's board of governors and M. C. Gettinger is assistant director of Federation and director of comI munity planning. Meyer Gets Award from Exchange Club Baron deHirsch Meyer, Miami Beach attorney and businessman received a Golden Deeds Award from the Miami Beach Exchange Club at noon Wednesday at the Saxony hotel. Citations for his contributions in various fields were made by Dr. James Goddard, executive vice president, University of Miami, Leonard Abess, Nat Elkin and Milton Weiss. 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WE JESSEL-GKATEST Of THEM ALL ^Wyb-Boicildliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1955 SECTION B WILL EUROPE'S LAST DP CAMPS CLOSE? Ten Top Miami Leaders Will Attend New York Health, Welfare Conference; Workshop Sessions to [Mark Meeting Ten top Miami leaders will represent this Comniumty when more than 100 Jewish Federation, health and welfare executives from all parts of I he I nited States and Canada gather in New York City •June 11 and 12 for a series of intensive discussions on community and hospital planning. Attending will be Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Harold Thurman, chairman of the planning committee, Federa tion; Abe Kurman, president of the Jewish Home tor the Aged; Maurice Pearlstein, Home executive is contemplation of the script of a humorous playlet is by members of its cast as the Men's Club of Temple u Kl rehearse? the satire presented at the Temple's retaliation dinner-dance of the Sisterhood, Men's Club Teacher Association Sunday evenino, June 5. in cr.d ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left i! are Joel Newman. Raymond Feiner, Benjamin Greene. :-,q (left to right) are Saul Genet and Raphael Yunes. ;cs,t members not shown are Dcvid Klinasr, Dr. Herilowitz, Louis Pollack. Michael Salmon and Sam D. :o. Co-authors are Dr. Mechlowitz. Joe! Newman and v Teller. Lccal AJCommittee Chapter Sends Lewis as Representative to London Mrs. NlhlmM levin irsery School Tots (Graduation Here brida festival and graduation Ihe CMJCC Nursery Schools P'ace last week at the Conihree branches. mf 150 children demonstrat*ith self made puppets, songs, ''•• and original interpretations •'ramatizations. Wrty children of the five-tofrar old groups who have comN their first grade program Bialkowicz, Judith EsBrower, Paul Kalman, Jane Margulis, Joanne Louise PickI ue Pitts, Elaine Reiter. Schwimmer, Janice Sha• id Geoffrey Alan Temple, n Branch. lark Siegal, Gregory Lvons, fald Rogers, Ellen Tavel. Enid r 'h. bavid Murray. Joel Rubin, N Weiner, Jan Hirshberg and "' Hose. Beach Branch bert Goodman, Henry IssenMark Kelman. Jeffrey Marks, rhar,i Paiant, Sherry Rubin, > n "> Seidman. Mark Seligman Daniel Yagoda, FlaglerGrana ioranch. Cade's Employ The Handicapped Names Mrs. Levin Mrs. Nathaniel Levin ithe new president of the Dade National Employ I he Physically Handicapped Committee. She succeedLeo Axlrod. Also elected with Mrs Levin at a meeting in the Miami Chamber of Commerce conference room were Franklin Saunders, vice president; Col. Michael Isenber ordinator; Jonathan Bliss, chairman of selective placement; and Col. Harry Maxin. chairman of blind placement. Col. Maxin\ committee is a nevi one. formed to assist in placing the blind in industry. The Dade committee embraces 44 lesser committees in the Greater Miami area, as well as the employ the handicapped program of the Miami Jaycees. In other business, the parent group voted to meet the first Tuesday of each month hereafter Pre viously the group met only at the i call of the president. It heard a report that placements of the handicapped tor 1955 had fallen off as much as 25 per cent compared to the 1954 figure It created a special program designed to find employment for the severely handicapped, such a* persons severely crippled by polio and double amputees. It was decided to establish a committee to handle this ph.i-e of the program, but no chairman was named. Worth Dade Sisterhood Plans Drive, Luncheon Sisterhood of North Dade Jew ish (enter will meet Monday evening for a membership drive in the form of a -Gay 90s Noshcry. Mrs. Bernice Berger is membership chairman. Regular luncheon of the sisterhood will be held on Wednesday noon. June 15. at the Center. Host esses tor the affair are Mrs Charles Weissman. Mrs. Jack August. Mrs. Arnold Stern and Mrs. Milton Beresh. How to -ilengthen Western Kuropean and North African Jewish communities now faced with serious problems will be the dominant theme of the consultative conference of Jewish organizations in London June 12 to 16. The American Jewish Committee will send delegates to the London conference, and the Gn Miami Chapter will also be represented. J. Gerald Lewis, of tin Easl DiLido dr., DiLido Island, Miami Beach, will join delegates from throughout the United States, .iwell as from 27 nations abroad, to participate in the deliberations. Th;conference is being sponsored jointly by American Jewish Committee. Anglo-Jewish Association of Great Britain and the Alliance Israelite Universcile of Fiance. The five-day meeting will present the most comprehensive and up-to-date picture of Jewish life in Europe and North Africa today, with Jewish community leaders from the different countries reporting on current needs and on plans for the future. The conference also will mark the ten years of progress in rebuilding Jewish communities since World War II and Hitlers attempt to annihilate Jewry. Provisional agenda includes the following matters; relation of Jewish communities to their environment; fight for human rights; strengthening of Jewish religious, educational and cultural life; and effective means of cooperation among West European Jewish communities, the State of Israel and American Jewry. t. Gerald lewis director; Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Ho Women's Auxiliary. Daniel M. Broad, director and pioneer founder of the Jewish Home for the Aged; Dr. Benjamin B Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Mia I Jewish Federation: David Phillip.iv leratl in trea urer; Jack Carrier, treasurer of the Jewish Home for the Aged and chairman of the CIA Winter Residents Division: and Samuel Gertner, executive director, Mount Sinai Hospital. The two-day conference, sponsored by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will seek to fix community responsibility for fhe chronically iil and will explore various programs tor meeting this top priority problc The conference will be form,, j opened Saturday evening at a d jner at which Dr. Milton Terri sistant Dean for Post-Graduate Education at the University of Buffalo Medical School, will sound the keynote for the confereni %  The noted medical educator will address the ,, gembled Federation medical and welfare executives, preside!,;and trustees on "T Long-Term Patient— A MediM and Community Responsibility." Following the keynote address, the confi will convene in a jerk i : woi kshop sessions on pro ili m caring for the chn call] ill. The work-hops will c tinue on Sunday morning with intensive disci! ions of advanced thinking as well as practical plans posed by hospitals, homefor I aged, family ;, ;encies and other ciai welfare agencies to meet the needs of the chronically ill I lowing lunch, there will be anoth %  series of workshop sessions recommendations for commun planning for mobilizing the total resources of the comrnunity on behalf of the long-term patient. Myers is scheduled to conduct one of the workshop sessions. Liebman to Head ZOA Delegation National convention of the Zionist Organization of America will be held in Washington. D.C., June 16 to 20. Hotel Willard will be convention headquarters. The Florida delegation will be led this year by Seymour B. Liebman. Miami Beach attorney and community leader. Liebman is the onlv South Florida member of the national administrative committee. He and Max Weiss, of De Land, I la represent the Florida districts on the national board. An outstanding convention program has been planned, according to Gil Rappaport. Florida director of the Zionist Organization of America. Keynote addresses will be made by both Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and by Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. Within the next few days, over 50 delegates and alternates will be elected by the 10 Zionist Districts in South Florida to represent them at the convention. Hebrew Elementary Schools Here Hold Graduations Tuesday Eve Annual graduation exercises of the Hebrew Elementary Schools of Greater Miami, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, were scheduled to be held on Thursday evening, Juno 9, at the Miami Woman's Club. The graduation class consists of 30 uel Pine. Robert M. Rosenberg, Allen Shevach, Wills Sue Sus of Temple Beth Sholom. Elliott Friedwald. Edward Ginsberg. Robert Hauser. Charles Horner. Rosalind Lehrman. Leonard Levy, Edward Pottlitzer. Rona'd Rothstein. Stanley Ringler, Mistudents from five participati cnae | jessler, steven Marks and ing schools. They include; Cynthia Bott, Allen Goldman. Dale Handshu. Joel Kutnick. Edward Leviten and Jerome Spector of the Beth David Congregation; Marsha Pierce of Miami Hebrew School; Devera Dernis. Sandra Melvin Wolfe of Temple EmanuEl. The graduation exercises were to feature a narrative cantata on the life of Moses Maimonides entitled "The Rambam," especially '-..p. KT „_u adapted for the occasion by Louis Schaps. Daniel Solomon of North ; c •,!_____ „„„„.„:,.„ J;.„„,„„ 'Schwarlzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish EducaShore Jewish Center: Robert Be nach, Gary S. Brooks, Arthur Low. Richard S. Materson. William SamTwo Get 'Distinguished' Titles at R0TC Rites Brig. Gen. Philip F. Lindeman. chief of Army Reserve and ROTC Affairs, awarded second lieuten ant's bars to 16 graduates of the Reserve Officers Training Corps of the University of Miami Monday in Beaumont Lecture Hall. tion. Diplomas were presented by Rabbis Henry Wernick. of Beth David. Mayer Abramowitz, of North Shore Jewish Center, Simon April, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. and Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. The Jacob and Adele Kaplan Scholarship award was presented at the exercises by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Distinguished Military Graduate titles have been earned by Arthur | Greetings were extended by Mrs. L. Finkelstein and Harry R. LasMatilda II. Ratner. president of cola. Receiving gold bars as Distinguished Military Students are Herbert F. Antine. Davis S. Kenin. William J. Pfaffenbergcr, Finkelstein and Lascola. Also receiving commissions are Joseph A. Benner. Jr.. Philip S. Bibicoff, Gerald Connell, Kenneth N. Eward, George W. Kantor. Harry A. Levy. Jay H. Linn. Richard A. Poppendorf, Thomas J. Simon, Leonard Speisman and Christian R. Wittkow. the Bureau. 42 Miamians Listed "Who's Who in World Jewry." recently published and released internationally, lists 42 persons who are residents of Greater Miami. The biographical dictionary of outstanding Jews was edited under the chairmanship of Harry Schneiderman.



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PAGE 2 A Zamora to Install Abe Maloff Sunday Abo Maloff will bo installed president o( Zamora Jewish Center Sundaj even %  i_\ m the DiUdo hotel. Iirttflini officer will be Miami Mayor Abe Are BOVttS others to hide N.u P.-n idow, \i.. :it. Mor+J(istncrSdtor %  \ Lawn Card Pert* Due Beth David Names Education and Youth Director Isidore Dtckman was thi^ wed appointed edueetioi youth B to D Uon. announced Herbert E Scher lent to Miami \ where hi ed .1pic .'<•.-h Temple ..!•..I i en tor 1!< hi* .. membt r %  : tin N l S rial i rkers, \ in m of N for Jewish Educ East B \ v,u an.' \! the Bel %  %  S B i : Gale Elected to Notional Committee of Center Workers Kfr.nm H Gale, executive dire* tor of the Greater Miami Jewi>h Community tenter, was elected to the national executive committee of Die National IVMPHUon of Jewish tenter Workers in v tic City at the assoewnon's an nual meeting. Gait, who has been executive PH1DAY IUNE, '*>"' >ears. a l ^L ^ at mu ""> ''enter 1*4 em Chapter, j, •ra IF YOU SUFFER g*m m efMeADACMt rf% t #1 NEU6M6IA Neufttns v ^ FAST RELIEF C\\ \H0R0WITZ PURE EGG NOOOl R— M ediunr R ra^ Tempting...! delicious... r eg[ flavor! Econom imlii Twt > i OF "oni cns • (unsunii DUtrfbutad by PALM DISTRIBUTORS Die. 14 N.E. 24th SL. Miami 37. Flo. *£. The -or thovkonrfi of • hyiuion^ and dcnfuli recommend HtUt 5 WHT • • p'O-dH ffOOB : 'idoyl Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ ^S&24?oe*&t£&?&e ASfCTION Call 2-1776 3 Lipaafl cemen %  v.nd :•: e:z:r* — 1 S. .1. I r-<(liiiaii oad M. Rpphan %  I • %  I %  1001 STOtt! I 417 WasUaftw Are, Miami >ach • *•-• foorta .no Fiffa $f. I w ttuciotK sureuo i *•* Sraaaiiaes ana Pri.ote Use I **• '•< "***. Sca-U CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI •EACl) Services in tLe true spirit of tte Jewish tradition ...and* dedicated to ease tte Lurden of tke bereaved. I! % >na rWhwa %  I M8 RIAL CHAPEL." FUNERAL OIRECTOIS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS A/iaaai A/iami %  ** Flag 1CT4 20th A%*. 1 Phone 1236 Washington Ar*JE 1 7T77 J? I"* 5 •••r.Mwa^r^fnjrji^,,, ui BISI"*** "" %  • %  m i: n>,tmu,ajA—ari— A ~' Tra*"* **Oaa.T tsiA*e



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>AY, IUNE 10. 1955 if ibassador Says kman Jews -re 'Expelled' :ontinue bear witness. lerth.i Khlert, once jailed for ing l'i murder Jews in the Bel[( mcentration camp, shares in eminent payments to former oners of war. hit lew thrown into a concenlinn camp was denied rcstitupaj ments. A German court the camp's starvation diet aci helped him, because he had stones and a lack of fatwas I treatment." \ Diel first chief of the it is receiving a temporary in 81 year-old Jewish woman. !o-l her pension under the Is nothing now. since -lie | tee a non existent notice I the pen-ion. >Jc*lst>norkttn Roth in Statement Tribute Paid On Beach Election Louis Zeientz Councilman Burnett Both WedThrv called him Mister "Z" H, nesday .announced in connect,,,,, handled andI cXrsTdmany m —*" PAGE 11 A. Lear School Holds Open House June 11 Open house will be held at the Lear School June 11 on the school grounds atlOlO West ave Miami LEGAL NOTICE Lear, well known educational leader who has headed the school for 30 years, will serve as diLear's summer program, announced Wednesday that Miami iieaoti that as an active who aias Wn.„.„ T u 77 *"" m anuiu west ave..' Mu member of the J^HSJK £ SS^ Z abl "hon ra S ^ ^^ *"* P m League of B'na. Brith for 20 years, and good as a man he was accord Richard Lear son of Mrs la G he recognizes that the Ant. Dei, ed the highest respect of all who .nation League o! Una, Brith knew him His regard for duty and takes no par. ,„ political eleco,,performance was pronounced and £•**; and should take none." further exemplified by the manner !" lor of Roth said he had "discussed with of his passing, for he surely knew ; Hc an nt the active leaders in the Anti-Defa his time was measured as his heart camp lcaders have developed a nation League their responsibility became -till while at Indesk P''"-'"am "with an eye to enable the to advise the community thai the working. As cashier in the office cam P crs "> Participate in a well Publication distributed m the Mi-|of Earnest Overstreet, County Tax '' h,lu '. t '' 1 %  '" (l interesting proCollector, Louis Zeieritz was often gram referred to by many of hifellow Among innovations is a coinworkers as Mister "Z." When told.! P |l,c water sports program which "Mister Z' wants to see you." the i *'" Include -ailing, boating, fishone informed knew that be was | mfi an 'j swimming. The Lear camp soon to be on a chore that would ll f. nil !,. Hi 111 .ill IIII \v iiii limli mark* lllo the Qrei i \ ago His • de know l< '. %  • %  lar an n % %  ,•• ., ., i %  Un Li n IN :: %  ier at the tag agency, covered it Zeientz was a gentleman, if there pretty well when he said. "Louie ever was one." As he labored at hitemple, in his fraternities and at hijob. doing good for others, hc would have no part of harm for anyone. Louis Zeientz knew that confidence, affection and respect between him ami hichief, Earnest Overstreet, was mutual. He was not to be denied the extreme privilege of a working soldier, when last Monday morning, proving his in the \ erj end and. amaspeacefully away, leaving a life ex: his philosophy, he passed New boat docks have also been built to accommodate the fleet. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Jlndersigned, desiring to ensi buxfneas under the fictitious nai N.\ I ii iNAL blHTRIHUTt IB M i.' Ave, ue, M anil, Kia.. In,(i,(l.i lo rcgistri said nan,, nil Clerk at Ufa Circuit Court ol County, Florida. SOI'THERN KOI.1'EH I US rRlllt'TINll l'i IMP VNV, A I lorlda 'orporntlon PALIXTT, SILVER AMi I.I, iV Atturm ^ppllcanti, Tni Congress Bids. 8 J-10-17-2t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl> EN the undersigned, dealrlna to igagi business Mp.l. r the ( titloUl M.I i IACK BELL'S WAYSIDE INN, N W 16th .-, Mm ml, ."'. n • ,., i.i name l llrcull Courl of I lade 'ouni %  Pli .1 M K BEU., • m KKKSLER OARH nei for Applicant 1782 W. I-IIIKI.I St. 17-^1 SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32 W0UID tIKE TO MEET YOUNG LADY between 25 35. Write Mr. I., Sox 2973, Miami 18. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I in-.!, dealrlna to huxlnexs under the ftctltlou* nan of IKIKNI II. Y I I', iST I SKI %  AP ANi'KS. HI 68R6 N W I*-,nl.in regiatei said name wltl < 'lerh of the < 'Ircult Court ol <"..iini\. Florida. KRIKNOI.Y KROST T.V. SERVICE, ln< MAC MERMEL Attorn, foi Appllcanl S12 Am-!. ( BldR. i i l',-l7-:'4 — ;i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Nottre i.hereb> Rlven.that Ml IRRIH .V i 'ARI >l. 7.\l .1: HARRY AFANNIE RPRINl are no longer connected wlih Tl'l.ir TREE FARM .ma will not be inn cted on 01 ifu M 17-24 LEGAL NOTICE ample as one "who besl can work : : RNETT ROTH Vtu • unl and best agree." —from Allapatlah Nt ws May Choose U.S. Tires for Safety; Royal Masters Her Choice for Beauty of South Florida can represents the achievement of aj ~ .u'w of what lireol the goal loughl by the rubber industrj Seacn Branch UN Group re will be like in a special for 40 yea.is Rubber says il r orum Scheduled Tuesday bil thi-week at all -ix Norton has been able t„ introduce color rorum % % % %  %  oay anj store*. successfully because of improved Forum and reception honi nbow has been added to tbeds ,,i rubber eompounding, the newly organised Beach Division tires Motorists may fPiinwntetioh and the use of new of the United Nations Association out tires to blend with [Chemicals which are non-staininy of Greater Miami will be held Tueereations of' and non-discoloring. day evening. June 14. in the conmanufactur-l rnc <'"l" rt ''' portion of the tire'ference room of the Municipal ian integral part of the tire and bldg. unced bv United StateCMinot rub off. It actually imr ( ompany, the new colored P? "" r ^ taUnce j and one in -hades of blue, green ud Of the three colors .-hows dirt as wn went on display locally for readily a-black. first time this week in a "Cav | Much of the credit for the development nt colored tires, according to the rubber company, goes NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i 'ICE is HEKEIM ISIVEX ,,L: ,.. ,,. %  'ill. HI,i STYLES BY MI :i.VI I.I*:, il Seville I II, II ntend [Hull kiririn hXlRTY-SEVENTH > I'REKT OEVEMU'MENT I I lid. imobile pick Tightest paint friiii 'automobile In • annoti to a Detroit plant. She experimented with more than 30 different hues Bde of Tire Progress" at all six ton Tire Company store 11 inling to Louis E. Pallot, %  ling of color will probably an important effect on tire,, .-• habits. Men usually buy before -electing the present colors f for safety and performance, to blend with most of today s autoIrom now on. women will also mobiles. The color ,accented by E their say about styling and!the white sidewall tad helpsicem, r jplement the color styling of new nnanent. molded-in color ; model-. ^^^^_^___ Rev.' R. Wiley Scott will offer the benediction. A panel on the UN will feature Mrs L J. McCaffrey. Col. Frank Dunbaugh and Prof. G. K. Smart. Newly elected president is Rev. C'axton Doggett. Larry Deets i (iiv a %  ---,-— --.,. K," ^. % % % % % %  — CTC woman tire designer in its chairman of the Chapter board. fsfoblished 1900 ICC M" %  DAILY PICK UPS TO NIW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS OF BROOKLYN, N.Y. [local and Long Distance Movers Fire Proof Storage MIAMI BEACH 0m-65S C0UINS AVINUI DIAL JE 8-8353 Alex Rubin will be chairman of the meeting. Siamese Twins' Snack Bar Daisy and Violet Hilton, the world-famous "Siamese Twins.'" are opening a downtown snack bar which will be located at 301 SE lSt st. THANKS... To my thousands of friends for their vote of confidence I shall serve you to the very best of my ability SAMUEL J. HALPERIM Obituaries MRS. JENNIE G. BLANCK to sw tin av '!,• %  i • Miami II >;,,MO (' % %  n\ < n ith h, r late hu.1 o. Philif HI., foundi ( Beth David %  i %  11 :l '" f Hi h. Burvlvlns ar. two Bernard anil Sol; %  dauaht, Minnie iloldenblanck. nd %  Mow Rlppa, nil of Mi'" elcht grandchildren Bervleee werj I held in Qordon> Miami Chapel. h burial i', Woodjawn Pi*. MRS. SARAH BIX 71 of 1528 8TV Ith St.. 'I"-! 1 Hh,came here II ,. ".•. ,l Brooklyn, and *** mwnbei ;,,„! n„. Miami Hebrew Hchool ,, | c nsr, %  it on, Survlvlni n daushti *"• "' hi sWarts. M,Beatrice Maren .,,„, Mr. LuAlt >:. m % %  Mot Miami; %  brother, %  ilsui ">"*• :.'„„,, ,, : i,,,.,,. Kervlcea were held ,n ,-.,„'i.'„Miami Chap.1 with burtal l„ m N.,,,1 cemetery. __^ \OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS H •..'., || :.%  %  HII.TXN KISTKRH KNACK HAH S.E [nt St., Inti ,,li the 'I. ,k Coui %  %  I '.I • "ountv. K DAISY HILTON \ Ii I|.I:T HILTl IN HENRY M CAIN \ i i 'm Applicant .'.'.W !• iHgler Si. :-U : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, tned enstasi in %  iltloua na CONORESS INSCRANCE kOl tt P i • i: i 102, Miami 8, Intendi to •^ ,, na inw ,ii the Clerk <>f 'Ircult Courl %  '( Dade i I ",n ill., NOIIMAN I! THOMAS 10-17-24 7 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • %  %  ni inder the flctltlo VINCENT l>.\NN\ AM' P DANNA I i SELECT TOMATO CO., N.W. 21st Street, Miami. In name with the of il,.Circuit Court ol ,:, ,I„IV i VINCENT I 'ANN \ met PETER I 'ANNA, pal tnet KT'RT WELLISCH Attorney for Applicants 7 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D~~-.-=COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17 %  -. I 'I IRI %  Til V Hli.MAN. IRVINO' ,111.MAN. II SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO IRVING OILMAN l loHton, M %  • nchu % %  IRVINO lilLMAN. %  %  at .1 BUI of Compla haa been filed nxalnnt • luster o PI, Inl % %  ; the ula 11 UE, HKJK .-III"; rKOI I r, : I, II j-ou rail • nt in defaull will %  In tin Hill ••! Complaint. .. -hall IM n III K JEWISH I i.ultll'lAN. : \\l' OROEREr • Mi i: Il LEATHER MAX, Cleiki Clrrull C, irt, I hide 'ounty, (""ioi iii.i B> WM W. s ... K icii ill Co in Seal) Di i :7-Jt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN inii. desiring >'• engai under the f,, tltkfUt, IIH SOITHERN i l.'t< II.Alt PISTR IIM; SER\ II !•:. at 926 N. M n ;i. Miami, Ila Inl ends tn -iihl name ith the < "lerh ,i,i, Court of l lade %  'nunty, I i" I SOI'THERN FOI HER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A I I,,, Ida i torpors PALLOT, SILVER A MULL, (Y AttNOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors tind All Persons HavIne Claims or Demands Asalnsl Said You ,',,'i i-n' ii of you a,'' notirtad snd ,• quit i %  to pn -• ni any ,,,iiiand domanda which v Ith,,of mi. ,,, %  !> It %  ""' of LENA MOSKIN, d, lai. of IH.I1.' County, Florida, w tb. Honorable Counts Juthres of Pad. County, ami Ws tka same in tn.-,r I,, the County Courthouae in l'sil.' i"ountv, Florida, iilii,' i-alritdar months f,",n th.> date of ih.' publication lu-i-.i'i Said claims i amis to contain ii' Ustal • „f the .-lalnnint ami to I"' su.iin in anil pr sented aa arc will be barred, ewe Section 711 || of the ni:, Probate Ai t. Uatc Jrinclpal iil.ne of busin.es at MIAMI, DADE COUNTY. In the Suite of I ,,,,,. ami whereas ,,,. %  stockhoid, such corporation did on tlie 2nd or May, A i %  IU5, aua. to be in the office of tht Ueoretarj % %  < of ilii State of Florida, a Consent ail the sio.kliolUers under the provlslons of said Chapter 6'*. Honda Statutes, showlauj the dissolution of -in h ..or|Hiratlon. Now. therefore, the Secretarj ol State do.-I,.,. i" cei tlfj i" ih. Roing and that he la aatleftod i l ,|i,i,,. ments of law have I..,1 con,plied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, l have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the s.al of the State Of llorlda. at Tallahassee, the Capll il. this the Second day of May, A.D. i %  ••' %  "'. It. A. GRAY. Secretary of Stale



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PAGE 6 B + km1 > u : ; |llln "" debut in !<> %  "! •* %  stores throughout the city, the newest ol Dromedarj mixes, Drom i si ,,. cake Mix, lit blend apices and the \ IC i tan. spei I ror its i and delicate Hai or h ready I it %  Di omed irj %  inron taste. ( with D Hone) Cake Mix ai il i. nder li xture that won prize so highl) in their baking Irving Schatxman was untalBul "" latest P !" >>?*" pros dent of the Chicago Club ttmrni tor the gentl) tantalizing, Sunday evening ..: the Clover *Ucatelj spicy flavor obtained i ib Irving Sctiafimnn Chicago Club Installs Officers Sunday Evening ionly unh this extraordinan ne* Julius Joy Perlmufter Civic League Names Perlmutter Irvfhg Lehrman, of Teni Em inu !•:!. is instaliin ithers installed included 5 niiej Pearlman. Samuel Green Dromedarj Mix • In addition l these special tea tures. Dromedary Hooej n Spice Cake Mix. like the other new Dromedary Mixes, has many ex• Id and Mrs Herman Steinman. cluMve advantages thai no other 1 e presidents; Sol Litvak, trea-cake mix, no other baking method urer; Mrs Benjamin Schanfeld. lever had before •rding secretary; Ibe Tumrk.; Dromedary 1 exclusive twin pack j il secretary; MrSyd Jar -,_, %  „ separate sealed packets in' M Daniels Arthur v ri.ree or ***"* %  pub '•' hake I small cake and cookies I Ka ss. Frank Steinberg. Al Mother Hoard of fovemors inrh.Ho wl,h l,, ,np lx,,hcr of measuring: stcm Lew Braverman. Mac GoldtZLJTESSL h! "" aN ***" H !" med *an | br g Ben Levin. Herman Barnett. un K i,i e BOmj %  •"• for the mother of I Bar Gilbert. M.lton S.rkin. Leo d Hen Ho, ( nsbu.' SnMdl fanUl> h may Wan< ,0 K.senste.n and Ed Singer. Julius Jay I'erlmutter has been named president of the Civic League of Miami Beach other officers named at a re'cent election meeting include Al lien Goldberg, first vice president: Harry B Smith, second vice president. Michael Salmon, secretary; and Murray Sheldon, treasurer. Board of directors includes Dr. B Leaders Say AM. Is Non-Political' The Jewish Klorictian last week learned a paid political advertise ; ment in which Burnett Roth, cam i paigning to succeed himself in Tuesday's runoff for a seat in the Miami Beach City Council, cited leaderof the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rithas reference. Honda regional office of ADL has issued the following state ment: "The Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rilh, which maintains its .Florida regional office in the ( i>> of Miami, is the educational arm of B'nai B'lith whose essential efforts are confined to combatting bigotr) and to the furtherance of programj for the betterment and improve ment of intergroup relations. The •fancy is non political and at no time engage* in any activities that ma) In any way be associated with political campaign. •The use of the Leagues name as well as the nameof some of the officers of the ADL by any candi date is unauthorized." The statement was released by George J. Talianoff. chairman of the ADI.s regional board, and a member of the ADL national commission. TO h"T\ ,>• u •eph Rabiner, Jack Rosen, Meyer sea, Benjamin Shanfald li I. ach Slavin, Herman Stein n n \!iSamuel Greenfield, Mr lag half for later I ach of these exclusive advantages has been designed to give added assurance of perfect results and greater baking ease, both to k Klinger, MrClars Levj experts and newcomers to the art Ri %  i, Mrs li I Smion Beach Branch List Sportsmen Boys age boys club of the Beach F ranch Greater Miami Jewish i -mmunity Center, held their m t:,.mural track meet at Flamingo I rk recently Knights were first place win • • r>. chancellorth;> second, and 1 S I the thud idual first, ,-econd and :-rd place winners in each event • re respectively a< follows .00 Yard Dash—Lenny Levy, K-.igbts; Jim Steig. Chancellors. Ek Shea, Mu Sig 380 Yard Relay — Steve Bvaas Steig. Mickey Gallander •-•• %  EhxUchman, Chancellors: Robert -Louis Hayoa, Harvey Weiner llty La r. n. Knights; Boh I -hop. Paul Raymond Nat Joseph and Stu Rubin. Rebels 440 Yard Daah Dennis Kalo 1 h K:-.ight-. Steve Evaaa, ( ban ci dor-. Louis Have-. Knights Uedlej Ri laj Art Holb Mar • Lann. Robert Moss and Harvev Weiner, Knights. j ar k Welber Boh %  spar, Danny Wi-ciberg and Hai • j Brickman, Keyston \ rt/. Dick Shi a, Daw Helfmaa 1 d Mel Taylor, Mu -20 Yard Da-h I., n n ) I 1 hancell ben Sti ., Evans 1 in, Ke\ BJchi Knights e K..h-h Mu Running Broad Jump Harve) Kichar I B Knights; .! N .1 Hebels rhn Urtie Holt;. Kmghts { home -baking With the addition of Dromedary Honey 'n Spice Cake Mix the new Dromedary line now numbers four, including the popular Dromedary White Cake Mix. Yellow Cake Mix and Devil's Food Mix Like all Dromedary products. theai new Dromedary Cake Mixes display the T seal of the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America—a complete assurance that they are kosher—ST. rectors 1set for June 18. with Allen Goldberg chairman of the installation committee *5M> vn S"i ma 'ponaposSat^w inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 4S MICHIGAN AVINUE MIAMI BEACH MmtJI 1-359S Too CM DrinS All The loed TM VM Want WTTHOLT Galnla* A Rlnl OOM*. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FX)R DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS ran • Itaft—i • Ei f lia l Guaranteed Non-Fattening Cat M aaiha U aai — 1 it far 4-Oz Size Bottle..Only 75c At food and Drag Stores Everywhere I lizrachi Womon's Chapter Miami Beach Chapter of Mil W -men will hold a lunihI party W an IB, at the Abram.hotel t.i, Mrs i 5£l ,.d9*; Al sporh evaaebaa — wonderful fishiaf 560 Rasaa. 19% MUX*?"** 0 Al with bath or to^



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PAGE 8 A +Jewlsi>rk)rldk*r 22AY.IUNE [Scherriifttiis to Mark 'PERSONALLY Fiftieth Anniversary c p p A K I N H Mr and Mrs Max Sheinman will O I ( L rt IV 1 n U 50th wedding anniMr ami Mri Oat .r (iww, 6736 yersit) "" Sunday, June II. in su <>th ler., have returned home Philadelphia *r visiting their family in New Friends and relatives will attend york ami Washington. linner part) at thi Warwii k hoa a.... Ie| there I wishes to M r and Jfrs. Steve Davis, of a MrSluiiini.in rui-liuj-gh, Va arrive in Miami Sheinman a conunuojt) • lav to visit their parents, Mr. er m hinative Philadelphia and ;mr | M r ol ponce de Leon Junior High School. \ n Simon acted arii -mil Universit) of Florida together j 3 : member of the band and is in bridesmaid was Frima N '" <"•'>/<' -'' Aug 2] as their the eighth gi I ,, wedding d I Mr a nd MrMilton Klein, of th was 11I Mrs Robert 1248 Mariana ave., are the rs M 2926 Royal Palm axe. Miami Mitzvah'sparents bi e. was n chai Ihi wed Beach are the bride-elect's At Guthman 1the MrRuth Guthmi te I ti.itli man family. r mething borrowed the v. re diamond earrings oi '• Ute mat< rnal grandmother, Coopersmith The bride is Miss Feldstein ication In college and v %  .. attended thi ficei oi \ pha Epsilon Phi soama and served in the %  \ rontj Mr Guthman served Simon is 1 nt of Zel Beta i.oi frati rail 1 at ersit) oi Washingti ttenc "d received his degree from niversit) of Miami He is •ersitj and served in the Arm) *'•' McGahey's on Miami Beach, receptii n I How he weddii The e an I 1 I u l he New Ei Phe: will livi 1 Bi oklyn Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Greenberg and their son. Jules, are congratulated by Rabbi Leon Kronish, at a Bar Mitzvah luncheon honoring Jules, in the Blue room of the Delano hotel. Certld t. levy Gerald Levy Will Re Bur Mitzvah -•\d Richard Levy, son of md MrHenrj z Levy, 603 '•Tih -t Miami, will bee ant • Mitzvah during Saturday tnorn. services, June 11, at Tifereth \,>rth-ide Center ?abbi Abraham Herson, -pint uaj leader and the Bar Mttzvah's her. will otficiate, with Cantor rt Glaatl rendering the lurry is a seventh grade s'udent M 1 a m 1 Kdison Junior High .ol and is a number of the | luatinu class „f the religious %  ol of Titereth Israel Oxford School Graduates Two OXford School, ol 1204-94 v. 1 it conducted its first graduation : week in I' iving the fir-i dipton 11 d b> the school w 1 irstein oi 3924 Ga Mian 1 Beat h, n bo suci • -fully completed her high school eei at the school, and Kath) el oi 48Z8 North Miami Beach, who completed the prescribed course in the ele mentary school department Participating in the graduation ford, who addressed the graduates ford Al Troppe, Dan Tanner and program were Thoi ,1 who Maj Nat Pollack, headmaster of Larry Wolfe .delivered the evocation, Sander the school conferred the diplo The director and Mrs ( Shipper a first grader who spoke mas „,„. ,,,,.,, in th<> patl0 of lhf """''r"' 1 k "">'' Program included musical selec chool at a reception honoring the Madansky. who appraised hi-^ir-i tions played by the Clarinet Ouar graduata > ear aa resident student; and tet nn>OM (l 0 f John | A braham Ctaael director of o, v .„.. mu8k tt .. u hrr at (K Agudoth Israel Women Hold Final Rummage Sale La* rummage sale of the sea1 son by the Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Synagogue will be held Sunday. June 12. at Stevens Mar bet, h-209 NW 27th ave announced Esther I.erman. president Mrs Bertha Groudan. chairman, also announced that the proceeds "t Mlea during the season made possible the preparation of four new classrooms of the Hebrew and religious school. ting in rummage -alewere Hannah Berger. Susan Her moo, Betty Rosenberg. Evelyn LeVine liertrude Kleinberg. Sarah Tunick, Fannie Cluck. Sarah Li rbet and Irene Smith Fteisman Rites Due Louis, son o: Mr. and Sam Herman, will beaarl Bar Mitzvah Saturday mosyl ing. June 11. at the Israeli] Center. Rabbi Morton Malatl sky will officiate, Out-d-tonj guests will include Dr. tnlj Mrs. B. Ackerman, of Jersey, and Mr. and M Rogot, New York City %  Bar Mitzvah's ur.cles ad aunts. Also attending !r| New York will be Mrs. DM Siegal. J Kiddush Will Follow] Adam's Bar Mitzol Adam Jefferj son "1 Mr %  ] Mrs Joseph Schwadron, 19*1 '. 19th ave. will become Bar jn> vah on Saturday, June il.i"l Hebrew Schneer atudenta of Oxford School are shown receivina 7 s will be married June 26, "V?* fu <*>Pomaa issued by the school. Mcnor Nat Pol I Mr Norman Sporn. of Rich Jack (). headmaster, presents the high school dinlomn 7" id. Va She will attend West Sandra Faye Burstein. Kathy Dianne Cassel oi Miami Beo h r.-ipton College at the University f -lichmond in the fall as a junior receives theftrst j elementary school diplonia^ Uofcuoa^ director of Oxford, A. M. Gassel. **cing on is To be Bar Mitzvah Philip, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Amsterdam, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning serv.ces. June U. of Beth David Congregation Philip u a seventh grade student at Sbenandoah Jun 'or High School and attends Beth David religious school. The Am ^terdam, will be hosU at the Oweg ^habbat following Friday evening" I services in the Bar Mitzvah'! honor.



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JUN E10, 1955 lomer Marsh leaker Ixercises n (! K Marsh. Dean of the [.Medicine, I'niversity of %  hcduled principal at the fourth graduation the Hebrew Academy, fexander S. Gross, princilunced. took place Thursday I Hibiscus Auditorium. ; his arrival in Miami in Marsh was Dean of the Medicine, University of I, He received his F'hD bacteriology in 1938 and Dinted Professor of Bacjn the School of Mediliversity of Oklahoma, in •(ration was delivered by fchapiro, and the benedicjrwng Kelemer, both memthe graduating class. [were distributed by Heed-my Women and Hetademy P.T.A. %  rnalism award was pre The Jewish Floridian. r.rnial Essay Contest award, sixth grader by the e of Miami Beach, was "Doc" -JewlstrhrkHain P AGE 5 A Flagler Center Religious School in Closing Exercises Closing exercises of the religious school of the Flagler-Oranada Jewish Community Center were to be held on Thursday, with Rev. Leo Ilcim in charae of the program. Mrs. Matilda ftatner, president of the Bureau of .Jewish Kducation of Greater Miami, was principal speaker. Morris Fisher awards for children of good conduct, high scholastical achievement and junior services participation in the past school year were presented by Harold Strumpf, president, and Irving Lax. chairman of the education committee of the Center. Hebrew Academy graduates 19 students who completed an eight-year elementary course at the school. Standing top row (left to right) are Nathaniel Zemel. Melvin Sofia, Ira Imberman, Robert Simon, Irving Wolfe, Harvey Finkelstein. Middle row are Nathaniel Lauer. Vickpr James Dublin, Rabbi Morris Horovitz. instructor. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, Alfred Cosman, instructor. George Goldring, Sidney Shapiro, Seymour Spolter. Seated are Herbert Rubinstein, Irving Kelemer, Valerie Mamches, Helen Herz, Sandra Katz, Peter Klein, Melvin Ciment. UM Teacher to Talk Prof. Arno Hill, of the Speech by Maurice nu.'-ixth grade students | Department at the Universi ty of Also presented were a Students in Service Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual baccalaureate service dedicated to the graduating class of the Miami Beach Senior High School Saturday morning. Student participation in the service will be by Ronald Lovitt who will offer the invocation: Joseph Schwartz, president of the graduating class, who will extend greetings; and Diane Rubenstein, who will lead in reMiami, will address the Women's (Thursday evening, June 16. Pro-'sponsive reading. Mr. Irvin Katz, —— | principal of Miami Beach Senior Group of the Flagler-Granada gram chairman is Mrs. Harry pan-. Hjgh Scnoo i W JU a i s o extend Jewish Community Center on sky. greetings. ________^_ Kti Scholarship award and Harry Genet Hebrew I %  ating clasconsists of the tn students: Victor Azrak. Dublin. Melvin Ciment, Lelstein, George Goldlelcn Herz. Ira Imberman, Katz, Irving Kelemer. Klein, Nathaniel Lauer, ches, Herbert Rubin Melvin Safra. Sidney Shall,, ri Simon. Seymour Spol lfe and Nathaniel AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE fis F. Cohen has been aplted to the staff oi Oxford loci. Having earned four ly letters in athletics, Ben will assist in Oxford's %  ex camp athletic pro• The Miami Beach resist is a pre-law student at University of Miami. Jock Pecfor Installed • Jack Pector became the lent of the Downtown ni Opti Mrs Club at an intion banquet this week. Ban was in the Cavalier room of Brawny. Heen mMalled are: Mrs. >rB. Little. Mrs Roy L. Jones, I'lonts; Mrs. Milford berg, secretary; and Mrs B Kekell, treasurer. "e installing officer was Mrs. 'MiKinney. new governor of fourth district of Opt i Mrs %  Installation was in conjuncith the Downtown Optimist Picnic Sunday poldmg their annual picnic on U< !" y, June 12 at Crandon Park I 1 be Chaim Weizmann Group fHadassah. Mrs. Harold Hurwitt [general chairman. Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffec.ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" |0 ,t as quick but tastes so supenor! ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A Product of Cer*' f—4* rH£ 0NIY .NSMNT NM WITH THM OOp^^THia^MOP AVO„



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PAGE 8 B > laritti thrHk%n i 2BL5*E < Summer Program Study to Open At University of Miami Next Week Summer programs <>f Miuly ;it dapartnwnl will conduct ;i Win HiI nivwaitj of Miami will begin ner theatre (rom July << t" toil one week after the June i; eon mencement. the I'M nftico of in ation revealed. rbere will be two summer setel ~ix WheM eafh Day Cla* ill register students June 13 (mm 830 to 4 p.m., and evening n tratton will !• held v to s p.in on June !'. l" and .13. Thursday, Friday and Honda) 17. producing six stage plays by the all-student group. In Oaxaea, Mexico, the univer sit) will hold Its annual s< Mexican woricship, offering courses in anthropology, art and archaeology, folk culture studies, i atin American economics and h Spanish a n d creatiw writing Courses include field trips to an v ii| be often d, the office ol tarnation said. i addition, thi summer the university will conduct two Institutes and lour summer workshops, last fag from three to six week each Tv. ,,i the workshops will be oper outside "he state In Burns I \ ( the university's drama i than 3(H) academic courses ,,,.,,, |, I( | MM temples and Spanishcolonial cities nearb] rhis work shop continues from June 14 to Jul) 22 \ three week institute i i : studies in television and film production techniques lor television will be eo sponson t \i radio rv film departmenl and television station WTVJ This institute, from Jul) 11 to 31. will hold classes at the university's north campus and workshop ses sions in the downtown studios of WTVJ \\ rkshopa on the main campus will be the Teachers' Workshop, July (i to Aug 12, Which till" >c.,r will be devoted to Air \ %  I du cation with emphasis on avia tlon'S impact on economic-, social Lillian Gish Back oken Blossoms," starring LilGish a i d Richard Barthel will be shown on Thursday, it;, at H 90 p m on the Miami Library series ol Film ics. Newly elected officers and board members of West Miami Jewish Center are. standing (left to right', Irving Yellin. Jessie Teiller, Harold Saxe. Morris Hanis. Sol Berlin. Reuben Levine. Max Rubin. Sidney Horn, Steve *d' Simon. Hy Potash, Harry Klein Seat* Helen Semmolmacher. Nir.a FoqelR!!, Supworth. Rabbi Alfred Waxman Al Fogel, Morris Marl and David Dreener. lin. Joseph KauW Sobel Gets Degree Alan SOIH'I relation-hipconcepts Ol geOgTS son ol Mr and phy and other phases ol modern Mrs Leo Sobel. 2170 SW 19th st life From June 15 to Jul) 23 will received 'he d e g ree of doc inheld the Human Relations : optometr) from the South Workshop for studies in tab ern Collegl Of Optometr) ot Mem group relations and. June 15-Jul) lean Dr Sobel graduated122, the Spanish I e WorkM r High School in shop, including classroom and la %  i from the University "i borator) instruction in coiners,, n I9S2 lional Spanish C&QDft VARADERO BEACH and HAVANAJPO/ Geduldig Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory ot the late Rose Geduldig, formerly of 1017 Jefferson ive MlamJ Beach, was held Monday June ti. 1 p m at Mt Neho Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating MrGeduldig ia survived b) three sons. Harry. Irving and Abraham; three daugh ters, MrStella tioodman of Ml ami Beach and Irema and Ruth c:o-ol New York; nine grandchildren and two great grandchil dren Arrangements e re In charge Ol Palmer's Miami Monu men) Compai > .45, ,£ Both f4^K//fB5v n d '"P fare of *3\ 360 from /Hiomi only on ClfBAXA You get both when you fly Cubuna, Yaradero Beach, the Riviera of the Americas with it; beautiful white sands and Hue waters, and Havana, the gay, exciting Paris of the Americas. Ask for Cubanaj Romantic Circle Flight and start off right. Eber Unveiling The dedication of I monument to the memory of the late Louis Bber, former!) of 2211 s\\ 10th Ct was held Sunday, June 5. 10:30 a in at \lt Sinai Memorial I'ark ( emetery. Mr Bber is survived by] hiwife. Clara, and two ions, Vk tor and Milton Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami MonunM nt Company. Wolfson Receives Honorary Degree at UM Commencement Mitchell Wolfson was among three Greater Miamians who received honorary degrees Monday during commencement exercises of ihe University of Miami at Dinner He was awarded the degree of Doctor oi Laws "in honor of his contributions io t h e community both in the fields" of public strviea woifs*n and of communicatioi Receiving hon o raT ) dafreaa with Wottaoa were Mary B. Merritt. Doctor ot Lettan and Robert Pentlaml. Jr.. Doctor ot Laws Cil Lazarus Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Toby Leah Lazarus, formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. June 19. at 11 am.. in Union Fields Cemetery. Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. NY. Mrs. Lazarus is survived by her husband, Sol. of 1757 James ave ; a son. J. Louis. Croat Neck. N Y ; and daughter. Ethel Afjid. Miami Beach Kriends and relatives are requested to at tend. CUBAN A UMUXES Cvboto ate AVK0* 100 USCAYNC BOULEVARD. MIAMI, FLORIDA rF onti :ONS'I i i A f ION suvici MIAMI ro HAVAiyi ^\-^^V^^^^^^^^^^>^^\^'' ^^>-'^\*^ — Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntingten Medical Building 1M St. FUST STREET MIAMI, FLOtlOA WtOMt 2-7401 One of* the Largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE M A I MARION C McCUNf M A I HI II DIM. Ml \MI Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St Phone 3-2477 ARE YOU f A 111 U N J E T ? FREE* CkeMik aa peat *, $,. 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w iwiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 29—Number 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS NSON IN MAJOR ADDRESS ffc in Jewry's Future Keynote If Closing National Tercentenary Celebration Held in New York U.S. Reveals Lease of Uranium to Israel For Atomic Energy Research Progams YORK (WNS>—The nine; wince of the American Tercentenary came to a ere during ceremonies at e Hall where prominent leaders stressed the theme opportunities and Respon. Indcr Freedom" and pressions of faith in Ittirc of America and continlewish participation in the i the country. | iii! the event wa> Ml sdlal E Stevenson, who lent!) predicted that a cenIhTicp "our descendants will ting the 400th annivr|di the first Jewish migration and abundant nation !ng in a spacious and peaceRcorM He said American ntitled to great and de.'i-faction, and also to 'ion of their fellow Ir.unen of all faiths" for "all h.i\ % %  wrought, for this nation. es, for the brave new inlic ol Israel across the BM, ithert and sisters in need %  -.cry-where in the S'evenson recalled that "all ruled from immigrants 11 ev niutionist.-" anil t h.it h is in large part due • ultiplicitl Of racial, roll cultural strands woven I 'o the fabric of Ameri ll iding that "it la this I which gives us today I %  li Adlai Stevenson "great satisfaction" WASHINGTON (JTA)-The United States and Israel entered into a pact promoting the peaceful use of atomic energy under which six kilograms of uranium are to be leased to Israel for research purposes. This atomic fuel will be used in Israel for the reactor or reactors to be erected there. An arrangement for the transfer to Israel of uranium, in the specified amount, enriched up to a maximum of 20 percent in the isotope U-235 was initialed this weekend at the State Department. Signatories included Admiral Lewis Strauss, chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; George V. Allen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Allans; and Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. The agreement—full text of which will be published shortly—points out that the "Government of Israel desires to pursue a research and development program looking towards the realization of the peaceful and humanitarian uses of atomic energy and desires to obtain assistance from the Government of the United States of America and United States industry with respect to this program." and that the "United Stales Government, represented by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, desires to assist the Government ol Israel in such a program." In addition to the lease of the enriched uranium. the agreement also covers the supply by the United States of unclassified information in the design, conGIRMN AMBASSADOR SAYS JIWS WtMJ Xff UEO; Krekeler Tells Press Club War Crimes Trials 'Played No Role' in Bonn Revival WASHINGTON i.'TAi The reason Wesl G mam todaj ha m Jews Is that the) were "ex pellcd." according to German Vrobassador r opportunity for !" > u -[Krekeler wl „, m lvU this explanation to the National direction of this fateful pn ,' s ( ., ub hcri Tne ,,„,!, jg that .lews would have preferred being "expelled" to the mass murder we can realize our which actually took place. Pi Krekeler did describe ih' only "as we honor our t(l( alleged "expulsion" as having been conducted the t989 Democratic .. ru hk sv | v • But as a newly remilitarized sovereign ''Germany looms on the horizon. Dr. Krekeler openly revealed his lack ol enthusiasm for the war crimes struction and operation of research reactors and their use as research, development and engineering tools and in medical therapy; health and safety problems related to the operation and use of research reactors; and the use of radioactive isotopes in ph -ical and biological research, therapy, agriculture and industry. Admiral Strauss, at the signing ceremony, expressed President Eisenhower's interest and pleasure over the pact. Secretary Allen said he was happy to see the agreement formalized and was confident any experimental reactor built in Israel would benefit not only Israel but the whole world. Ambassador Eban paid tribute to President Eisenhower's "statesmanlike initiative" at the United Nations in the proposals for the peaceful use of atomic power. He said the agreement has evoked deep interest amo the Israel Government, people and scientists. This agreement will enable Israelis to acquire in their own country, valuable training and experience in nuclear science and engineering for the development of peaceful uses of atomic energy including civilian nuclear power. Under the provisions of the U.S. Atomic Energy Act of 1954. certain procedural steps must be taken by the executive and legislative branches of the United States before the initialed agreement may be signed and entered into force — •' Research reactors such as those I to be erected in Israel and poW" 'ered by the enriched uranium leased from the United States are useful in the production of radioisotopes for medical, agricultural, industrial and other purposes. I-rael scientists have for some been engaged in fundamental research in nuclear physics and. : (certain aspects of the practical application of atomic energy tor trials that followed World War II. An attempt was ; peaceful purposes. An Israel Atomic ai "people who : h they regretted the that anyone dared come to alter 1776" he wonh' w different the history of might have been if the ; million people who America between the folution ami the last war had in Europe — how much t< i Europe would have been in art, in industry, in Jit and influence" and Powell Named Miami Beach Mayor; Liberman. Richard and Halperin Win Continutd on Pag* 3 A Miami Beach City Council late Wednesday named D. Lee Powell to be Beach mayor for the next ..two yearPowell led a field of w feeble and underdeveloped : eight candidates in Tuesday's run"n dear land would be." Re off election and was voted top the "misguided policy" man with a total of 6,570 tallies. Named vice mayor by the city -council was Marcie I.iberman, who received 6.333 ballots. Both men were successful incumbents, who ran to succeed themselves. Former Councilman Melvin .1. Richard, who led 11 candidates in the primary election last week. wa. M corded third spot by Miami Beach voters. PoweM Liberman and Richard will each serve foul year terms on the ci'.v council. Serving with them Will be fourth man. Samuel Halperin. Beach businessman, who ballotted 5,375 tallies Eliminated in the Tuesday run' off were the following candidates Leonard A. Wien. 5.106; Counci man Harold Turk. 4.802, Council. man Burnett Roth, 4.114; and j Charles Hall. 3.568 Major surprise in the election 1 was a turnout of 14.281 voters or i 71 75 percent ol those registered. | This number topped a Pf*Y 0 "f | £ c ; ord set in 1953 of 13.429 ballots. when Mayor Harold Shapiro high of The Beach elections also decided thit municipal improvements worth S4,100.000 would be in order, when 11 of 13 projects were approved in the bond election. Returns showed late Wednesday that only a proposed fishing pier extension in South Beach and a new auditorium in North Beach were defeated by freeholders. made by him to minimize the monstrosity of Nazi crimes. He indicated a belief that punishment of leading Nazis did nothing to serve democracy in Germany. Ii was apparent from what Dr. Krekeler told the National Press Club that he would have preferred the handling of the war crimes issue by German lather than Allied courts. Dr. Krekeler said the • rials -played no role ... in the establishment of our democratic institutions." The German diplomatic mission here maintains • that the question of German antiSemitism should be "forgotten." Dr. Krekeler has pointed to Germany's reparations treaty with Israel and the defeat of neo-Nazis parties in elections since 1949. Meanwhile, he lauded the Nazi conductor Herbert von Karajan and praised the visit of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra as a demonstration of Germany's "new" culture. German diplomats were recently embarrassed when an important German newspaper reported that war criminals' families are receivic Energy Commission was established in 1952 by David Ben Gurion. then Prime Minister of I Continued on Pege 11 A Admiral lewis Straws* interest end pleasure PRESIDENT TELLS LEADERS HE'S 'PEUCHTEP' United Appeal Sites Eisenhower for His Assistance 0. lee f.well ceived an all-time re6.757 successful mca*Mt taUles. WASHINGTON (WNSi— President Eisenhower, on receiving a United Jewish Appeal delegation which presented him with a citation for his "distinguished humanitarian service to victims of Nazi tyranny." declared last week he was interested in the fate of the European Jews who were liberated from the Nazi camps ten vears ago and that he hoped "all these people are now living in health and happiness, or at least under conditions that are those of self respect and decency." Presentation of the award was ade by a 12-mn UJA dclegaheaded by William Rosennational chairman, in comni tion memoration of the tenth anniversary of the liberation of the victims of Nazi tyranny. On receiving the award, an ancient Lamp of Freedom, the President said he was "delighted on behalf of the Allied forces who, advancing from the West, did so much to crush Nazi tyranny, to accept this beautiful and ancient relic of Jewish civilization." He was "certain," the President told the UJA delegation, that "those forces— the American forces and the Allies were representing only what we would call the heart of freedom, the belief that all people are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and that "where these are denied one man. they are threatened for all." "And so I am sure." Mr. Eisenhower continued, "those forces felt that in uncovering these camps, relieving the disasters and correcting the terrible conditions under which those people were living, they were not doing it fundamentally and merelv because they were Jews, or anybody else. They were unfortunate human beings, and I think the heart of America and the heart of Britain and France and the other Western Powers responded to that kind of inspiration and were delighted to do it."



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PAGE 6 A >k~i*trtork/i?r Miss Myrna Friedman Choosea White Ballerina ror Wedding to Richard Levin • tii:\!.i\. May 28. was the date bent m.in and Harvey Erlich JJTDAY se< b) Miss Myrna Phyllis Priedfor her marriage to Mr Rich S.ii". lei I.ovin Mis~ Fricdm.in Mer .'i MI sybu i. S • T. 1521 Michigan ave Miami h i he son of Or Carl S Levin, ChieaflD, in. and kfrt KM Levin. Catauna hotel, Miami h Rabbi Mayer Abramowittl i Mated at the 8 pin CtremOB) IM hapel of (be North So -h Center Ren Kaufman wai Phyllis Priedson Weds Mr. Dollinger ss Phyllis Friedsoa became u irard Dollnifler la ceremonies • evening June 4 at \ • hotel Rabbi H loon Z I m o r i Jewish Center •'.) i ler. officii I %  o is (he dau • %  and Mrs Hi rrj Frieda Mi giore. Coral Gables Mr Dol' er's parent! are tinJoseph tigers ol Huntingd P v. -wed MrDollinger was i in marriage by her lather v | ol honor w.i> Dorothy Elov Si-.;-. Kncdsofl and Ann 1 t ware brid eun a id s, -I man was Herhert Herman. the usher The hride choM> I white haMerina M Swill embroidered whttc organdj over sheUpink taffeta, with scalloped hemline and Peter Pan collar Her shoulder length tnpletiered veil of French Illusion was held rn place by a coronet of handclipped lace and seedpearl deiip she carried a white aatin covered bridal Bihie centered with tWQ while hybrid orchids and showered with Ktephanotis The matron of honor and sister Ol the bride. Mrs .lack Rcibel. who came from New York to attend her sister wore a grej brocaded silk ballerina with matching Jacket and earned i modified colonial bouquet ol cavalier roam Sulatr, mother of tin bride. ekl a n ot ashes of roses tissue satin and a wristlet ol creamcolored orchid Mrs I mother ol the groffl, chose blue CH pe and lace and cream colored orchid corsage A reception and wedding dinner were held at the Algiers hotel Fran Ash took charge ol the guestbook Floral designs were arranged by the Black stone Flower shops The bride is a graduate of Mi ami Beach Senior High School. The v Robert BUinport and Donald ITOOm graduated from Nicholas lei acting ushers Dollinger graduated from :\ Senior N Ml and at :• ed the Universal) ol Florida ; two rears She iaoa a sopho%  at the l aiversit) ol Miami ie ^ r i ont graduated from V rtingdon High School and .,tSenn High School in Chicago and the School of Architecture in Gainesville. Kla. For her going away costume, the bride chose a navy and white print ensemble of polished cotton with white accessories and double white orchid corsage I'pon completion of ed I wnell University tor two a honeymoon trip to Chicago and He is now a junior at the V I Jacksonville, the newly wed Mr whore he belongs to Beta Sigand Mrs. Levin will reside at 1521 Rh I traternity I Michigan ave Leila Stein Plans For Jnlv Weddinc hi gurerut) ol Miami graduates and Alan I Marcus are nmg to be married rs trving Stein mother of the announces the engageand her daughter live at 11 maid Owen Ablin I conies Her Ranee r and Mrs Davis Goldstein, %  • %  N V announce the their daughter. e l < Donald Owen Ablin. son rs Jack tblui gMt North Ban ind I '. .. BL, and tat 9140 West Bay Harbor dr. Miami Beach Miss Stein's father is the late Irving Stein The bride-to-be graduated cum laude from the I'M, where she was president and treasurer of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, and a member of Hillel. Panhellenic Council. Kappa Delta Pi. education honorary, and Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary Mr Marcus is the son of Mrs Eva Marcus. 4520 Alton rd.. Miami Beach, and the late Louis Marcus At the I'M he was president of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity They plan a July wedding graduate of Albert Zaeharv Born Weds in New York • School will be graduated | I Beverly Brahms it aaoath from Harvard Inner Dr nd Nrs Leo M Lewn K5 .. ;. m graduated Fainir > dr. announce the birth Leonard iris at 0 ,hfir son Albert Zachary. on ...... May 14 He was welcomed bv hi> a attendbateara Jane. Deborah and AdnJl.ege it B. enne New York City was the scene of the wedding of Beverly Harriet Brahms and Sidney M Bodzin who met at the I niversity of Miami The 7 p.m. ceremony took place at The Essex House Sunday, with Rabbi David Neiman officiating The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel J Brahms. 1058 Venetian Way. Miami Beach, and Mr Bodzin s Sprafkin Picks Chan til ly Lace, Tulle I wn for Wedding to Stephen Wiener hen V— tra Barbara Spraf The bride is the daughter of'Atlantic Beach. NY \ recipe a bride Saturday, she Mrs Evelyn F Sprafkin. 810 Es b the son of Mr and Mrs Richard can ed a white Bible nhich her P* no1 *"*>• Mumi Beach, and the iBodzin..New York. N V -'K. U **L Sprafkln K •£ w he lace gown of the br.de was afkin exchanged wed ^^SfSJi'ZS Tt^T f" "^ bnd '~ nd a aaejata coronet held MM. RoWrt tkn Steinhardt, Klein To Beside on Ik In a double ring cawfld p.m. ceremony Sunday a L giers hotel. Mis, Shiran hardt. daughter of Mr. ai Julius Steinhardt. 7815 st., Miami Beach. becimttL of Robert Klein son of fc1 Mrs. Benjamin Klein NY. Rabbi Irving I-ohrman. ofl pie Emanu-EI. performed tkti mony. Decor of the weddiagi pink and whit' Best men mere Gerald anal ew Klein, twin brothers a*l groom. I'shers were Harty I I Jerry Roedelshcimer and 'Cohen Maid of honor was Sandal 'hardt. sister ol the bride.] Rosenthal. Join Steinhat* Jackie Cohen all weanaf pink ballerina-length gowns. | bridesmaidRing bearer wa> Stevn | Steinhardt. brother of the I The bride selected a wedding gown ol white chantilly lace and taffeta, ltd] ted bodice of taffeta was with irndescen: sequins ana] Last. Ba/erman eb "*** wn ,,a,ur d '^, .., to-wrist point, very bouKWI \\C(I lllNt'W lOrk: whh important chantilly Will <-. I M panel and thrctiers of shall Will Stlldy Here (eta forming into a sweep rt The marriage of Morton David .„ Her ^' erred ^jflP Las, and Sally Beverly Bazerman 'V sl0n v "' '\ tSfL-f took place Sunday at the Hamp-H"' "P mal< *S S shire House in New York Citv The %  ** P arls sh •"* "T bride was given in marriage by her ch '^ %  B,hK nr „. it U father, and Rabbi Averhan Soltes The b df l"?Z* of New York performed the cere%  • >* ach H,Kh ,'iJL. • monv. 'ed the Lnner-.:> Sall, ,s the daughter of Mr and ^^iST!^I2i Mr, Max Bazerman formerly of ^'*£ d BrookM Colkjt !" .? t S* i .,*\ — now ,v,ng *2f are^ ^ 1 Alhambra cir. Coral at T >0 r ir. ,r. tnc >oorv v iub hoHtaaai Beach Rabb. In.r.g couple are motoring and upon their return. wl their home m V ami Beats Reception an I dinner the ceremony al the Alt* 6 '^ !" ,f.^L Jz!ri ^ Ch n "-'bxe and tulle gown of her ve.l and >he carried white or c .er lotiowvd at .ne note. -.rt and a ruffle outlining the off Phyllis Bod.-m M !vr V< the Bohlie Berinaoi Wil labowider neckline Her fingertip veil fell from a .veled iace tiara and she carried white orth %  New York and then return ,to hoantymooa on afiaaai Beach. and win reside at the aaamed dor%  "'•O' apartnsenu oa the university cancans. She was recrii.w ~~ membership in Ph. Sig ^ sorority ^ git The daughter of!Mr laaeph Bermann. : > 4(i i] Miami. Bobbe will be as^J tbepartvby her UyearaM ^ Tony Mae Married 30 Years Mr and Mrs Abraham 1 A Ml Michigan v fjv/ 3aa *1 eelehrated therr 30th^



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JUNE 10. 1.955 knishftcridian [t Sinai Exhibit on Beach Ubit featuring the new, mint Sinai Hospital of Biami t be constructed ,ti Miami Beach at a kr million dollars la MW \\ public at 846 Lincoln announced by Dan B. i, lirman of the Develop,i committee. ,1 that the Lincoln rd. has been arranged unjrection ot Philip t'hasin, director of the Develop\ Id which will raise the money for the structure. daily from 9 a.m. to 5 n said. lece of the exhibit is a el of the new hospital as pear when completed. inn will include all basic rvices in the huge, recf,r-t floor area. Patients' ]l be grouped in the upriea >1 the triangular p i he base. usual floor plan, which ry patient an outside per cent of them over iscayne Bay or the Mi pe—is the object of an |e display at the Develop id Lincoln rd. exhibit, display includes the Hall" where bronze utstanding hospital pa be on exhibit. The ex minated by a wall mural %  hospital a,s it will ap ihe air after it is com\ ther wall mural shows activity Of Mount Sinai PAGE 5B Father's Day Program A JNF Father's Day radio program will take place on Sunday, June 12. over station WMBM at 12 noon. i r t h s births in the Greater MiI include the following: (0 Mr and Mrs. Charles lr. May 31. km to Mr. and Mrs. Saul fe> 27. km to Mr. and Mrs. Mar|t r May 86. 26. fcn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold 25. urn to Mr. and Mrs. Seytrdon May 24. on to Mr and Mrs. Mor%  rj May 23. Crn to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob May 21. Iter born to Mr. and Mrs. vitt May 20. lUr born to Mr. and Mrs. S Adler May 19. tr-, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley %  May 17. i to Dr. and Mrs. Leo 14. Learsi Group of Senior Judaea presented Dolores Chernoff, group leader, with a bracelet at a luncheon in her honor last week. Shown are (kneeling, left in right) Loretta Green, Estelle Robbins, Miss Chernoff, Susan Freedman and Linda Kurland, Learsi secretary. Sitting are Susan Bisgeier, Nancy Freed Wins 4-Year Scholarship Nancy Gale Freed, one of Miami High's graduating seniors, has ]ii-l won a four year teacher's scholarship given by the State of Florida. Nancy was a member of the Miami High debating team and belongs to the National Forensic League and the honorary Anchor Club. She was an assistant Sunday school teacher at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center this past year and is immediate past president of Delta Chapter, B'nai B'rith. and past area chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Council. She will be a junior counselor at the Miami Jewish Community Center camp this summer. Nancv is the daughter of Mr. Learsi vice president. Dale Engleman, Sandra Rubenstein, Learsi chaplain, Norma Wolfson, Learsi treasurer, Nora Gorden, Learsi president, and Roberta Schwartz. Standing are Barbara Beck, Bonni Faske, Karen Bisgeier, Gail Blatt, Marilyn Dslson, Alice Stone, Lea Levin, Judy Wagman, Harriet Lefland and Noni Lesser. > and d a y [ prominent in both Forer Elected Treasurer Henry David Forer has been named treasurer of Florida Blue Key, highest honor organization on the University of Florida campus. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Mike Forer. 2121 SW 24th ave.. Miami. Miss Nancy frtti Mrs. Jess M. Freed, community service. Mr. Freed is vice chancellor of Flagler Lodge. Knights of Phythias, and Mrs. Freed is immediate past president of the Women's Group of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantae—$7.50 up, txch. IEXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS — REASONABLE PRICES —.___. BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS ill \ oi I II VI I 'EM MFG. N.W. 7th AVENUE PH NE 9 0637 l "faar Satisfaction Our Pleasure" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY kDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS N. Miami Avenue P hone 821343 % on your 0 Insured savings Levi Plumbing Company "Established 1924" 2J4I S .W. 3rd ST. OUl 9-1416 Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Best In Material* and Workmanship 1234 N.E. Is* Avenue Phone 3-8997 Roof Leak! Lei ui repair it or opply a new one. For free estimate phone 9-5274 Co. # Acme Roofia MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Miami Beach** oldest and largest savings institution • Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. • 71st and Harding Ave. • 665 Washington Ave. —or save by mail Bernic Saffer's Restaurant conveniently located at 1310 N.E. Second Ave.. Miami for that delicious Koiher Style Cooking featuring HOT CORNED BEEF & PASTRAMI LUNCH and DINNERS Opposite Sears. Roebuck — Free Parking Operated by JACK i JILL CATERERS Complete Catering Service Phone 26576 or 83-1986 • incomparable atmosphere for BIRTHDAY PARTIES WEDDINC ANNIVERSARIES • FAMILY CEIEBRATIONS 'L ~%, the perfect setting for OFFICE PARTIES CARD PARTIES • COCKTRIl GRTHERINCS r i in WE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE DELANO HOTEL MEMBER DINERS CLUB MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JEfferson 8-7B81



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)AY. IUNE 10, 19SS ith Jacob installs fleers; Honors cornfields Sunday bnTcgation Beth Jacob held jannnil installation dinner on Iday evening,' June 5. The ocr-awas highlighted by two signi dt event*, ihe installation of Dy elected officers and -board the celebration of the 50th \(\\nx anniversary of Mr. and Louis Bloomfield. e following officers were in B ,,,l; Leo Meyer, president: m Lerner, first vice president: liMakovsky. second vice presi \lareie Liberman. treasurer; %  an Galbut, financial secretary; Dan Roth, recording secretary. %  i i< a member of Hibiscus te. S2nd degree Mason, Shriner chairman of the advisory comfee ol the DeMolays. He is vice %  dent of the Mt. Sinai Ceme\. -nciatinn. He is also a ber "f the Elks and was Compiler <>f the American Legion £1 of Wisconsin, his former [ i A! iva Chill officiated at jfi.'tallation and led the condition in paying tribute to Mr. Mrs. I.. Bloomfield. Cantor urn Weingarten rendered apiriate musical selections. lalvin Englander, director of ongregation, was master of imonies. Heading the arranijcpi committM are Hyman Gal land Morris Krevat. £^MLfkrM$ap Pekelner President Of Miami Zionists Arthur Pekelner has been elected president of the Miami Zionist j District. Also named to office at a recent election meeting in Beth David Congregationare Abe Kassow, Al I Quadow and Jerome Weinkle, vice presidents; Moses Meyer, recording secretary; Mrs Hyman Sootin, financial secretary; and Sol Collins, treasurer. Members of the board include Abe Kaplan, Mayor Abe Aronovitz, lelman, Louis Falk, Irving Saal, Harry Cordon. Louis Gadon. Harry Simonhoff, Nathan Alexander. Al Miller. Sam Traurig. Isidore Bakst. Seymour Liebman. I'eter Heller, Sam Landau, Sain I.cvine. David Sernaker. Louis Schwartzman, Isidore Langner, I Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Isidore Dickman, H. Sootin, Simon Seiden, Ben Serkin, Alfred Finkelstcin and Joe Mechlow. PAGE 3 B Mrs. tfatildu Ratner Mrs. Rat ner Ag To Head Bureau Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner lias been reelccted president of the Bureau of Jewish Education for the year 195556. Other officers named were Louis Heiman. Benjamin Meyers a n d closin ,, asscmbly of thc rc iig ious Max Me.sel. honorary presidents; sch ool of Temple Emanu-EI Israel Shapoff. Harry Simonhoff I took pIace on Sunday morning and Joseph Duntov.Jhonorary vice j unc 5 whcn 2 sfu dents receiv12 Get Diplomas at Temple Emanu-EI Sunday |rs. Lipson is ingress Delegate Isaac Lipson. member of (unity of Beth Sholom relig -ehool. has been elected by Histadruth Ivrith of Greater |nu to serve as a delegate to the Id Hebrew Congress, which hold sessions in Jerusalem early part of August fr~ Lipson is leaving for Is |1 on July 22 for a six-week seni in thai country, sponsored by Jewish Agency and the Israeli Fulate Mrs. Lipson is an Asso\v in Hebrew Letters of the Hel Diversity Teachers Seminm Jerusalem, She was former|national chairman of Hebrew i n of Young Judaea and is t president of, the Pioneer |men. fore coming lo Miami Beach years ago. Mrs. Lipson was educational director of the I ie on the Heights in Cleveand principal of its Hebrew nt. • %  s of ihe local Histadruth h oi ganizatton are J. Z. Si.id ident, Joseph Free, first president; Mrs. Ruth Lisa, secId vice president; Samuel Vogeltreasurer; Mrs. J. Z. Stadrding secretary; and A. i D, corresponding secretary, presidents: Harold Thurnian. So Goldman and Sam Prosterman, vice president; Ehicl Lesowoder, treasurer; and Charles Gottlieb, secretary. Mrs. Ratner. president of the Miami Millwork and Lumber Company, has been a leader in thc Jewish community of Greater Miami for many years. She has given devoted service to Hadassah, Bonds for Israel, Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations and to many synagogues and philan %  ihronic organizations. ed their diplomas in annual baccalaureate exercises, according to Dr. Herman Mcchlowitz, chairman of the school. Graduates are Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Friedwald; Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg; Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hauser; Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Homer; Rosalind, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman; Leonard, son of Mrs. Etta Levy; Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs Meyer B. Marks; Edward, son of Mrs. Faye Pottlitzer; Stanley, Mrs. Ratner is the only woman son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ringler; i president of a Bureau of Jewish I Education in thc United States. To Attend Conference Nat Cans has been invited for the tenth consecutive year to attend the Presidents Club conference, which will be held at Greystone Inn, Roaring Gap, N.C. Top production qualifiers of the Southeastern territory will meet with executive officers of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company for one week and return June 20. Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rothstcin; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler; Melvin, son of Mr. ana Mr.-,. Leonard Wolfe. Diplomas were distributed by Dr. Mcchlowitz, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman addressed the graduates. Prayer in the name of the student body was offered by Rosalind Lehrman. Elliott Friedwald gave the Valedictorian address Included in the program was a playlet. "The Jewish Year in Review," presented by nursery students. The third grade presented its original play. "Rabbi Akibah and Bar Kochba," directed I by Mrs. Trixie Levin. The fourth grade presented a play in Hebrew and English on the life of David Marcus. Named 'Parents of Year' NEW YORK-Mr. and Mrs. Dan lei Salk, parents of Dr. Jonas E, Salk, discoverer of the anti-poliomyelitis vaccine, were honored as •Jewish Parents of the Year as part of the current National Fam|y Week observance and presented a scroll on which was inscribed the words "And Thou Shall Teach it unto Thy Children. Ihe presI made here by Salim L. Lewis, president oi the Federa Rabbi Morris Skop,.spiritual leader lion of Je Ni w York. KHman Memorial Service Memorial services for Mrs. Samuel Kitnian. who died last month, will be held Sunday evening. June ma< j here by Salim 12. at Congregation Anshe Ernes. wrpres.den. of the IVdera Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader ol Jew,sh Philanthropies oi of Coral Gables Jewish Center, wiU officiate. *.jX-#* %  • Laiqe8t confirmation clasa in the history of Temple Emanu-EI participated in the 195455 confirmation exercises on Shavuoth i morning. First row (seated, left to right) are Sarina Molko, Jacqueline White, Sondra : DeLeon, Frances Haber, Wendy Postol, Arlene Kaplan, Maxaie %  -• •%  Jun Farber, j Rose Cohn. Second row (left to riqht) are i Carol Wiesen. Cornelia Turk, Linda Arantt. June Levine. Sheila Wyle, Sydney Gruber. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Philip Brummer. Bonila *£*g%J^V^ man Sheila Zemmel. Madelyn Kumble, Meril Trent. Third row (left to right) are Linda Marks. Barbara Bums. Barbara Sheridan Marcia Freeman. Ruth Weins e n, Rosalind Co-kill. Barbara SchoenfaW. linHn Schoenfeld. Regina Brummer. Top ShapL S MeJhlowitz. SKwar, Col,o„. Joel Channing. 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f. JUNE 119 ff. 'JevMFkf***** PAGE 7A imfields Mark Their Golden Weddinq A nniversary 1 Vi Mr. and Mrs. Louis 0. B/oomfield Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloomfield celebrated (heir golden weddm miniver .;w\ Sunday evening, ^une 5. at Both Jacob (ongrcgat ion The couple were married June 6, 1903 in Boston. Mass. Arriving in Miami for a vacation on Thanksgiving Day. 1923. the Basomfieldi have stayed here ever since. A noted Beach realtor. Mr. Bloomticld is the oldest director of Beth Jacob Congregation. The banquet marking their anniversary June 5 was tendered the couple by the congregation. A large wedding cake, with golden in>criptions of congratulation, graced their table. In addition to his activity at | Beth Jacob. Mr. Bloomfield has | been ,i member of the Miami Beach Realty Board for over 25 years, i%  member of Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Masons, Miami Beach Lodge of Elks. Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged and B"nai B'rith. Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield reside at 1411 Meridian ave. Pre-nuptic! parly for Bette Goldstein at the Algiers hotel given by her friends was attended by her mother. Mrs. Simon Berman, and her future mother-in-law, Mrs. Rubin Clein. She becomes Mrs. Joseph Clein this month. ST Werner-Kohn Mrs. AUrfin S. liberman kin, Liberman mange Vows; he v moon in Cuba [a <. ;dlelight. double ring, jrchid and white ceremony 5 at the Saxony hotel. Borne Lou Baskin. daugh]ft Mr and Mrs. Ben Baskin, ; SW 21st ave.. became the of Martin Stanley Liberman, kl Mr and Mrs. Albert Liber [2822 SW 15th at ey repeated vows after Rabbi Lrhrman. Given in marriage fcer father, the bride wore a gown of alencon lace bodice with appliques filled with miniature jewels outling scooped neckline. Long, point-to hand sleeves, very bouffant skirt of alencon lace over billowing nylon tulle that extended into the sweep train and a crown of seed pearls holding her fingertip-length veil featured the bridal outfit. The former Miss Baskin carried a white Bible with marker of white orchids and purple throat and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Miss Charlotte Bramson. Bridesmaids were Miss Bess Ro.senblatt, Miss Pauline Bramson and Miss Carely Ann Gordon. Harold Liberman. brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. and Alan Baskin brother of the bride, of Montgomery. Ala., Alan Sherr and Alvin Brown were ushers. The bride graduated from Coral Gabies High School and attended the University of Miami, where she majored in drama. She is a member of Emunah Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star. The bridegroom served in the Coast Guard and is attending the University of Miami. After June 20, they will be at home at 410 Malaga ave., Coral Gables. They are honeymooning in Havana. Out-of-town guests at a reception in the Saxony were Mrs. Jack Copenhagen and Miss Jane Lertzman, Cleveland, O ; and Mr. Baskin, of Montgomery. Party of 200 Fete Arlene and Fiance Arlene Tarshis and Leon Torantd arc making their wedding plans. Arlene received her ring May 29, and she and her fiance were feted at an engagement cocktail party for 200 guests June 2 in the New South Seas hotel, Miami Beach. Bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chasin. Miami Beach, and Mr. Jack Tarshis, Toledo. O. Mr. Torantds parents are the Ephriam Torantds, of Montgomery, Ala. Miss Tarshis graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. where she was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Torantd served four years in the U.S. Air Force. He is a graduate of Hurt Military Academy in Montgomery and attended the University of Alabama. Mrs. Sirkin is Hostess Membership pariy was held by I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 North Bay rd. 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V FRGE4B ON JEWISH LAW AND LORE. By Louis Giniberg. 262 pp. Philadelphia: Th Jewish Publication Society of America. 1955. $3.50. By HILARY MINOLIN THE TRUE dilettante—that strange bird who rises phoenix like from the ashes of his own education is identifiable by one salient trait: he will bend his laymen's MM only to the scholar grindstone Not for him the light treatise written by one of his own species; the dilettante, like the professional he emulates, looks tor sterner stuff For such %  one. this book by one of Jewry's greatest modern scholars will be a delight Dr. Giniberg. for fifty two years Professor of Talmud at the Jew ish Theological Seminary of America until his death in 1953 contrib uted both hooks and papers to Jewish letters, many of them classics In their fields. Collected in this posthumously published volume are six essays which deal generally with twd "I Dr Gintberg'i interests. Talmud and folklore, although the discttssiona often range much further afield than that. The opening paper. "An Introduction to the Palestinian Talmud forms the introduction to Dr Ginzbcrg's last great work. "Commentary on the Jerusalem Talmud It is actually a discussion of the histor) ol both the Baby Ionian and Palestinian Talmuds. the differences m nature and spirit between them, and the influence of both on the Law. %  Jewish Folklore Bast and West.' originally delivered at Harvard, reveals the vast amount of Jewish legend which made its waj into other lands and religions, including the Christian "The Christian saints rased miracles, parallels to which are found not in Scripture but onl) in Talmudn Midrashic literature, and in a large number of cases the agreement in detail is too striking to admit the possibility of Independent origin Other problems of origin are often solved by noticing that s kej word In i legend in the Koran, for instance has no "motivation." whereas it haa very good one in the Midrash. where it also appears THE LECTURE delivered at the Hebrew l'ni\crsit> in Jerusalem. 'The Significance of the Halai hah for Jewish History, is considered a milestone on the road Of Jewish scholarship Dr. Ginzberg stresses the unifying relationship which exists between the halachah—the decrees and interpretations of the laws ot the Torah—and the haggadah. >r between the realm of life and the realm f the spirit. The lecture with I stirring exhortation to his audience: The haggadah asks, why did Adam ... act so foolishly as to eat first oi the Tree of Knowledge, thus bringing upon himself mortality' The haggadah answers that before he ate of the Tree of Know I he had no conception of the meaning of life The Tree of Life d and concealed in the Tree of Knowledge ... 1 beg of you ol Urael' tn remember, and never to forget, that there can be no life without ki. ..nee of our People and Land without a rennaissance oi Jewish learning." The east) on the Allegorical Interpretation of Scripture' is par tiCUlarl) interesting in its fOCniiaaafl Of the role Of histor) in fostering Ibis incipient phase of rationalism, and the influence of Hellenism. with its emphasis on ethical and philosophical values This essay, plus The Codification of Jewish Law" and "The Cabala. i> reprinted from The Jewish Kncyclopedia." Dr Ginsberg's lxok is a superb example of scientific Jewish scholarship and erudition. Scholar, dilettante, or anyone interested in the deeper aspects ot Judaism one would. 1 am sure, walk even more proudly with the understandin;: and insight which Dr Ginzberg so clearly offers BETH SI EROTT — American Passport Procedure Chall Jewish group! which have long been disturbed over injustices of the immigration laws have recently turned to new developments in passport procedures These groups are becoming concerned over aspects Ol the ,>olic\ I n d procedures of the State Department's Passport Division An example is the case of Otto Nathan, famed Columbia University economist who was named executor of the estate of the late Dr Albert Kinstein. Dr. Nathan one of Dr. Einstein's closest friends, was denied a passport last year Dr Nathan mi accused of leftist leanings |n Germany many years ago. He has not been given I chance to confront his accusers. A naturalized citizen. Dr Nathan took legal recourse in the courts, suing for a passport. The : nroent asked for a dismissal il his suit on the grounds. anfong others, that he had not appealed to she Board of Pus* port Appeals Hi Nathan pleaded, and Federal Judge H. A. Schweinhaut agreed, that there was no point in an appeal when a real hearing did not exist Since September. 1950. the Passport Division has been guided by the McCarran Internal Security Act. Under the act, it became public policy to deny passports to members of organizations designated by the Subvers ive Activities Control Board to be Communist "action" or communist "front" organizations. This line of thinking found the communist conspiracy "a clear and present danger to the security of the United States While civil liberties groups recognized the government's right to deny a passport to a person whose travels abroad do not serve the best interests of the U.S.," they also insisted that the individual's constitutional rights le recognized and respected. Until 1952. the State Department could deny a citizen a passport without giving reasons in any but the most general terms, without a formal hearing, and without provisions for appeal. Under eng f ,h, -<' "'-risjsjajj, J*bh that JV "'<" w* often fh *? fr y,ng ,h > Ss\it imagined but be suspects. Wvtfi As a result. th e ment announced nev, governing the Pi ,, "res Under the 1 a person must be gj, % %  f,,r • Passpon specifically ...SJSSJ tions permit \ j ls plicant is entitled „ mi:-, one before the"; vision and the seeonT Board of Passport Ap, While these reform corned, many groups continued vigilance is 2 ed to ensure fair Liberals point to passport procedure9 fear resemble congress mtttee tactic] used U | cunty hearingjn must prove himself and entitled to a pj-**l EM0N GUTTBBMAN — Georgie Jessel--the Greatest Toastmaster of Our Time Now that Georgie Jeaael has written a great new book on many subjects, hilarious and sad. enriched with many episodes and asides on the many famous people in show business, it is about time that America honored this outstanding personality, says Eddie Cantor. %  It is about time that we recognized the greatest after-dinner speaker in this or any other conn try." Bddie g'H's on "It is about time that we brought some honor to a man whose talents are unparalleled in show business Continues Eddie: "I have known George Jessel for a lifetime. I played with George in the Kid (a baret of Gus Kdwards' of sainted memory in 1911 Jessel at that time was thirteen years old. not yet thir\ltl III It LEWIS — Europe's DP Camps May Soon lie Memory It may not be possible, but the UN High COBS oner for Refugees. Dr G J van Heuven Goad hart, says that he hopes to close down the refugee camps in Europe during the next four years There have been attempts to do this before, and they have not succeeded: although many refugees were found homes and resettled, more came in to take their place. As one official here said, it has been like try ing to empty a well which is ted by a spring Dr Goedhart makes only one condition for cleaning out these camps which are a festering sore on th> .'t the free world—but it is an important condition He says, in his annual report which has just been published here, that it can be done as long as the newly set up United Nations Refugee Fund, or UNREF as it is called, receives sufficient fuad its four year program Millo\ i itumi \\ — Although, the High Commissioner's office e>ti mates there are 75.000 refugees who do not come under the High Commissioner's mandate Most ,,i them are escapees from behind the Iron Curtain, although there are still some displaced persons" who have not been relocated despite the fact that it is ten years since the war There are a few Jews |a these camps some of them do not want to go to Urael. others are described as "difficult cases" which Israel cannot afford to take (The Jewish State has absorbed a disproportionate number of these difficult easea," the aged and the invalid in need of special care, who cannot possibly support them selves, i A meeting of the executive committee of UNREF. Dr Goedhart Bays in his report has drawn up a plan for closing down these campteen: and so. being of the Jewish faith, he studied diligently for his confirmation Bar Mitzvah if you will "And the morning of his Bar Mitvah. he called me on the phone, and he said. 'Edie. today I want you to bring a high hat and a frock coat and striped trousers I said, el, that is a funny outfit for me for Bar Mitzvah.' and he said. T am also getting married.' "Married little did I knowthat it was going to become a habit And so. for 31 years. Georgie Jessel and I have been intimate friends We have basked in this great warmth we call show busi ness "And Jessel and I have had a great deal in common We have the same temperaments, we have lived the same kind of a life. With us both, it has been one girl after another and 1 have paid for mine; as a matter of fact. 1 paid for some of his And he has come a long way in show business "People have said that he is the greatest toastmaster ever. He is a great comedian and a producer But did you ever catch him at a funeral? He is wonderful most wonderful These things are nothing for Jevsel He loves to go to a funeral And all through the years he makes notes on all his friends, because he is a busy man ... he wants to be ready And many times he has called me on the phone I said. 'Hello' and he hung up He is just checking on my health" Geartf .'CINI Reprisal Policy' Used bv Us as Excuse State Department elements are using Israel's 'reprisal policy" as an excuse to avoid res lateg American Near Eastern strategy which isolate1rael and favors the Arabs. Since Israel-Americar. talks on security matters opened last September, the State Department h.,gamed valuable insight into the I-rael point of \ lew George V Allen, new AasJnIanl Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs has shown much more concern over Israels situation than did his predeceAllen replaced Henry A Byroade. who is now Ambassador to Egypt. On the fundamental I wever the State Department remains as adamant as ever It seizes on each "reprisal" as a ocvice to avoid the issues. Israel is gravely worried over the existing program to arm Iraq, the possibility that other hostile Arabs will be granted IS munitions, and the emerging aeettrity pattern in the Near East from which Israel is excluded The State Department has indicated that the r plan of American Near Eastern Strategy .based on the nra sS M S fl l mi that no real threat'ex lsts to Israel from the Arabs Thiwas clearlv enu merited in an address recently by John D Jcrnegan PU,> *£*"* Secretary of Statl tor Near Eastern Affairs. There is .,m c a!k ln he 1>epar|I|1 Israel s fear, being "neurotically based on Jewish emotionalism There are assurances" that IS Arabs 0 eXPertV llH ,Nr H s,ron *er han the A so-called step by step program is engaged b> the Department to bring about eventoal ArabIsrael peace One such step ,s „e regional water plan of Presidential envoy Eric Johnston HILL noui Gordon Retail To Giants Sen Fitting Climo] There could be no mm 1 climax to the baseball ai* Gordon than his return wl York Giants, as wa> nounccd in a big press SJBSJ For Gordon played


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PAGE 10 B +Jels*rh)r*Mt*r FRIDAY Weizmann Hadassah Installs Mrs. Cyprtss President Mrs. Harvey CypretJB was inBttlled president id CtuilD Wei* m.iim Group of Hadassah Slindaj evening at DM Candlelight Inn Others named to office wore the Mesdames Homer Rievman, Hyman Sootin. Harold Hurwitz and Phil Botwinik, vice presidents; Roaalyn Strauss, treasurer; Certrude Solon, corre^pondins secretary: I. Shh vek. recording secretary; and Nat Goldberg, chapter board repre sentath e In charge "f reservations were Mrs. Nat Goldberg and Mi-Fran ces Barron, general cbainnan "i the affair Installinl officer %  'MrOscar Sindell, presi lenl "i the Greater Miami i !i ipter "i H i dassah ,fk Assigned to Staff n.. iii' Counts Civil r> Council has ina Brummer, daughter, Cantor and Mrs Philip Brummer, has been as to the stafl of the Beach it., h Emergencj Hospital Unit I Student Secti m Regina is also the recii i certificate in recog nition ol "outstanding service" .•• a member ol the Kcd Cross Phi Siqma Tau CouncU recently celebrated Mother's Day with an annual mother-dauqhter tea. The function th-s year was held at the home of member Barbara Lefcourt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcouit, Bay Heights. First row (left to riqht) are Dawn Grossman. Sondia Salt. Naomi Millet, Beverly Feldstein. Cynthia Bott, Barbara Seitlin. Janice Kat7. Barbara Safer. Barbara Lefcourt. Ricky Feldman. Carol Stole and Norma Wclfson. Second row are the Mesdames Grossman. Saft. Miller. Feldstein. Bott. Seitlin. Katz. Safer. Lefcourt. Feldmgn. Stone and Wolfson. Third row are Mrs. Swortz, Sharon Milberg. Mrs. M.ibtrq, ]ym\ Marilyn Edelstein, Mrs. Edelstein. Mc:!ene Duel* Duchon. Mr*. Weinbaum, Bette Weinbaum. Judy Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. Fogel and Roberta Fogel. Recim. Mrs. Robinson. Hermine Robinson. Mrs. Frank, Mjnn Yvette Fogel. advisor, Mrs. Margul.es, Mrs. Frances Lazarus. "Csnjj The Hebrew Academy announces ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN FOR SCHOOL TERM 1955-1956 • Kindergarten First Grade REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE 30th Lunches and Transportation Provided For Further Information Call Registrar—JE 8-4S41 or Write Directly fo HEBREW ACADEMY 918 6th Street. Miami Beach. Florida SPIND YOUK SUMMft VACATION IN THE BlUf S/DGf MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN HE'JDERSONVIUE, NORTH CAROLINA Jot Mfe 0.\r.;:-Y.jr. Season June lit to October 1st Reasonable Betes • New Dance ond Recreation Hall • Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool • Jewish-American Cuisine — 3 Meals Daily • All Rooms with Shower or Bath • Shuffleb-Mird. Ping-Pong. Handball, Rowing, Fish.ng, Golf, Horseback Riding, Wienie Roasts, etc. CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 76 J, HENDERSONVIUE. N.C. PHONE 9156 Tutoring Available SUMMER CAMP t BOATING ON OXFORDS OWN 31 FT. CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER t SWIMMING P001 • FISHING • FOUR ACRES OF PLAYGROUND AREA • All AGES BOYS I GUIS • DAY CAMPERS • SIEEP-IN CAMPERS li-ited R.giitra.io. JF. 8-1271 J| S-1M2 OXFORD ON THE BAY C^appmoAt lit fort najejajaaajajBonn,-,.——— Harold Shapiro Will Speak at Masada Affair Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro, v. ho recently returned from a visit to Israel, will report hi* first-hand obs erv ations "f the new Mate as BjlMSt "f honor at the seventh annual installation dinner dance ol llaaadl Miami Beach young Adult Zionist District in Arthur Wilde's oceanfront restaurant on Sunday, June 12. Howard Stein. Dade County school teacher, will be installed as president for this year Other officers to be installed are Archie Goodwin, first vice president; Bill (loldworm. second vice president; Marilyn Sanders, recording secretary. June Mn.-kowitz. corresponding secretary. Selma Shenkman. financial secretary; and Lillian Bans, treasurer. Installing officer will be Dave Goodwin, former president and regional vice president of the Zionist Organization of America Irving Marcus will officiate as loaatinaater for the affair. DUNCRAGGAN INN^fLTSl World Famous Cuisine Season May MlthliJ American Plan — Beginning at $60.00 o Wd ] New Recreation Building — Orchestra eni Write far Frtt BooUt Your Hosts. Blanch* tut | I* the Mountains NfNDEBSONVIUf, NX. V_Jlrvil-rLJ Ll Tko Sooths OutsitiKiii Ftlab'iened i:o lewlsh CM* lor Boys I G;rfs HhNDERSONVILLE. N. C. FINEST PHYSICAL FACILITIES HIGHEST STAFF QUALITIES FOP Information and FPOO Brochure Call M'l Anno Grossman. HI S 8920: Mro. Jean Arnold. Owner. JE S-35. Dorothea Oublor. 3-1400. Zella Warenow. 2-2 63 ••! in M."' • HtmsutUBl • MiTEi sum • Fmvin UB • CO J 1RSJ • CVEUICHTflRl • MOOEMUM :-%  • %  its i If" Ml. Mark End of Season Workmen's Circle Women's ciub and the I. L. Pern/ School celebrated the completion of their season s BCtivitiei at the Lyceum Sun dav. Qamp High Land SEBRINC. FLORIDA "to the Potoaos of Florida" Only 2'2 Hrs. from Miami AGAIN FtOMOA'S OUTSTANDING ItWISH CAMP FOB BOYS X GIBtS With complete camping program Pbilip S. Chaiten with 2'i yeart of Jfn Education S> Camp E uperirnce, Car*ip Director Capable. Mature Staff Phone PL 8-7894 L MlTEO ENROLLMENT Xormandy School if B i i a t t i Music and Arl I ...up Your Child can learn to Paint and PLAY IN Tiff I Jo.n This Delightful and Edacotionol MUSIC and A2T Ciel A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING • Croup activities including orchestra, band, drum ctrss, and piano • All forms of painting, sculpture and crafts • FUlt ATHUTIC PROGRAM with swintming adiv'lM celtrddl North Share Ring Cola Swmminn Paal • Highly skilled professional staff Camp Season June 20 — August 12 Agss Three fo Fourteen SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM Remedial Reading and High School S-ibiectt BROCHURE ON SE0UIST ph J •* %  Von.i.irnlv Music and Art **J 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE MIAMI BUCl' Approved Member Private Jefcaafs Association of OeM A Complete Athletic, Esthetic and Cultural Program for Boys and Girls 6 to 16 CAMP PINEWOOD H E N D ERSON VI LLI, N.C. WE ENTRAIN FOR CAMP JUNE 24th Nearly one hundred families nave enrolled fneir children to date. HMUM aa>J*... J %  Batfe. a am .. -a. %  afcafl have endorsed the quality of Camp ITm.!!.!". LUtT. program oeij** l advonf age 0/ our limited openings in all op ** WATERFRONT jBfJ, SNJ Al Hurv... —^ ^_. 'ties. Take immediate DWECTi 1 Dl -nj Ml BUPJ Mr and Mr. El, L Mcliia Minil ivarh I-hone Ji: !-:; AMOCIAT1 DIREClv. iKs IciTtrm. OS. MA M BOSM h Hi:ti I*h>-il Selma Hoyden


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JUNE 10. 1955 +Jewish thrkHan Mvelers Back Tired but Happy IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Floridian: Miracle Lodge No. 321, F. & A.M. wishes to extend its thanks to you for the fine publicity given the Lodge, and for the fine cooperation offered by you. MERVYN L. AMES Secretary Editor, The Jewish Floridian: Congratulations on the recent award won by The Jewish Floridian. We are proud to have such an outstanding newspaper in our city. MARGARET ROTH Chairman, Women's Auxiliary Mount Sinai Hospital 0 Editor. The Jewish Floridian: Sallie (Mrs. Harold B. Spaet-Ed.) and I read with interest about the presentation of the plaque awarded to The Jewish Floridian from the Federation and the Community. PAGE 7 B We want to congratulate you and wish you every success. HAROLD B. SPAET .t 1 So Comfortable! \ \. o ur customers' \ MfMBB'iLtm nrpOMT IN'.I'&ANCI COWOBATIOH B ol MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE [Aviv's Mayor greets the Miami party. ]io right are Mrs. Rose Marks, Mr3. Ida Lcl, Mrs. Frances Rubin, Mrs. Cora Misrarh, Beniamin Tupler, Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, Mr. Samuel Deutsch and Morris Luck. Center are Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Beach." Mrs. Shapiro explained. "We showed them on four separate occasions before various groups." All members of the party, in addition to other official documents, were supplied with keys and courtesy cards on which was engraved the emblem ol the Miami Beach Police Department to identify them In the foreign countries they visited. Prior to their arrival in Israel, trie group spent time in of R me. KM Summer Symphony Prepares For Fifth Pop Concert Season Here p of Greater Miamians t on a goodwill tour of and Ir.raeW with Miami K'.:\or and Mrs. Harold Shall.. -nod tired but happy, light of the tour was the Jg extended to Mrs. Shapiro. Israeli, who returned to im.land for the first time I <• came to the United t ree and a half years ago. i the moment we arrived Airport in Israel, all of relatives and friends did |r i f in their power to show our party how welcome w8M," Mayor Shapiro said. i 100 persons greeted the jater Miamians and" Mayor |rShapiro. Included in the trere Mr. and Mrs. S. Deutch. '! Mrs. Jacob Shoenfeld, Mr r B. Simon. Mrs. Frances Mr Benjamin Tupler. Mrs led. Mrs. Coral Mirrach. paries Cluckman, Mr. Morris Mrs Rii-e Marks and Mrs. Borin Bild. |iin Tel Aviv, the wife of Beach's mayor received in U5 invitations to .various |on-. The first of which she d Pa ll Ware, Mr. Holland Uoeber, Mra. Carol Betti and Mr, Truman Cummlngs; Mr. and Mra. Warren l"ri-eman and party—Mr. and Mra. "ui Martin. Mr and MiBob Martin. Mr. I Mrs David Goodwin and Mr and Mrs. Veftnon Hnltalerl: Mr. and Mra. Jafferaon Wynne: Mr. and Mra. Alexander Kogan and partyMr and Mrs Max -I ".i.i. Mr iiml MiJoaenh Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard SIIvi rm.m; Dr. mid Mra. FVavna b'tewa d and party—theii son. l'ranz Steward, Jr., and Sandy Stewart: Mr and Mrs. Henri Nelson—their son, Mr. Robert M Kelson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arkerman. Mr.1 K. Crowder and parly—Mr. and Mrs Oavai Wallace. Dr. and Mrs. II. I.. Andersen and Mr. and Mrs. '" C, aibaon: Mr, and Mrs. .1. It O'Neill and parly. other reservations: Dr. D. Keffer, l"r and Mrs Our It. Stnddald. Mrs Mabel Murray, Mrs. Claude Ranahaw, Mi and -Mrs. i n Bchwarta, Mr. and Mrs. David Hochberg. Mr. Charles Minov, Miss Margaret Osborn and Mra. Margaret MacKay ith party I.I sight. .. Kmm the Miami Keavh Exchange Club: Mr, and Mra. Baul Qenat, Mr Qeorge Ullbarl and others. Ala serving tables are Mrs. John lTiK-ti.r. Mrs. Netla Syines Morris. Miss ln.ri.thv C. Cole, Dr. and Mrs h'wink. Sessii. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bloeh, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Jaekaon. Mm Bvend P. Hrouy. Mrs. Oaorge Qablor. Mm Ron Bregat. Mr. and Mrs Karri l. Wat*. Mr. and Mra. Uuatave Preoman, Miss Hllilegarde Matiaii.h. Mr. I B. I'hlll.rick. MBUI Marv Sinilb. Mra, MM M. One*. Mrs. Ma) %  i>" Mr and Mis. A. Jlldsi.n Hill will have .. partj ol eight, together with M, and Mrs. Duke Hand. Otbei reaorvatlona: Dr. and Mrs, Milton .i boon, Mr, and Mrs Joseph Duntuv, Mi. and Mra. John B RjM, %  i ,„i Mra. James M Qodard and M and Mr%  l n Bitter. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MIAMI'S ONE AND ONtr JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LARGE STOCK ON HAN0 FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY SINCE 1926 •wwww Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd st Phone MO 1-8201 /^^'WWW^rfAirf'W^o'A^'W •.Greeted at Lydda Airport as they arrived in I Tel Aviv are (left to right) Greater Miamiane Mr*. Jacob SchoenJeld. Mrs. Cora MisWes-il Center are Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Gordon Funeral %  V HI W Harry cordon Serving the Jewish Community of Greater Miami with Honor and Ditttinetion for Over a Quarter of a Century GORDON FUNERAL HOME MIAMI BEACH 1333 Bode Blvd. Phone JE 1-7677 IN MIAMI 710 S.W. 12th Ave. Pfcone 34431 IKE CORDON, licensed Funeral Diretler