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The Jewish Floridian ( June 17, 1955 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )L'JME 29— Number 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1955 • PRICE: TEN CENTS 3 Israel Groups Present Slate For Parliament Elections "-#•."• n r -. DIPLOM ATIC MOVES MARK NEW PHASE IN TENSE SITUATION ew Record Surpasses 2hParty listing Previously offered During Egypt Told 'Saber Rattling' Will Shake First and Second Knesset Contest Strength of Gaza Armistice Agreement moon CONfAB TEL AVIV (JTA>—Twenty-three election lists, a record number in JERUSALEM —The Gaza strip bord-r bc%  a.'IV >hort parliamentary history, have been presented to the central .,..„„„ i.,.„„i „_. r „ committee headed by Chief Justice Shimon Agranat. for the ^ ?? "£*** %  SCC e f ,ncreasm 8 ** %  f.sel (lections scheduled to be held July 26 The first and second as re,alla,lon followed provocation ever more bit[< i' were contested by 21 party lists teriy in recent weeks, h:is moved into the arena of The Mapai list was headed by Moshe Sharett, David Bcn-Gurinn international move and counter-move. It was a week ph Sprinzak. while the General Zionist election list was headed j„ which the Prime Minister ol Israel, the Prime Min IVrctz Bernstein. Israel Rokach. Shoshanah Per ite, Joseph Saphir ister ol Egypt, the Secretary General of the United ) ,1.,-tph Serlin. Nations, the United States Secretary of State and its principal religious lists were entered, following the collapse ; — %  ations for a* united religious front, One list, made up of Mizhi %  I Hapoel Ilamizrachi. is headed bj Moshe Shapiro. Yosef Burg, aphael. Zorach Warhaftm. Dr Mordecai Nurock, Moshe Unna l A. Grinherg. The other list.J which i composed ol and ah, i; li d b< Rabbi Vitzli ik Meir I.e. ine, i;, njamin M Rabbi Shlomo Lorentz, Rabbi Zalman Kahana and 1 B i: Vac lb The right-wii Party entered a list hea led by Mcnachem Beigin, Dr Joehanan Bader and Benjamin Avniel. Lists were also T.„ f*^^*mm^m entered by Mapam, Leachdul Avo I0P LOilCcrnS 'iaTi. T e Party, and the %  Communists, Smaller election lists IN (JTA) — Few decades wor{ ;i M) t hca(lc(1 by Mo>h( ,' ten aimportant as the past ten Nu>sbachcr Isral H !lst hea ded by earSecretary of State John Fospe|led ykud a popular eco r nul.es declared in a message I nomjc movcment neane( t i, y the fa public here Wednesday at; former eenora i secretary of the |c i nsultative Conference of iwish Irence World Jewish Leaders Eye Concerns Organizations. The conwhich began early this former general Continued on Page 2 A Burmese Prime Minister U Nu, Israeli Premier Moshe Sharett and welcoming party stand at attention as the Burmese and Israeli national anthems aze played at Lod International AirDcrt upon the arrival of the Burmese Premier and his party for that a Council meeting might have c recerd state visit of Israel. \ ca! ed since Gen. Burns. Mr. Lodge noted, was attempting to lmchief delegate to the UN all had something to say. These were the developments in an action-packed week on the diplomatic front: 2. A sharp warning to Egypt that further adventures along the Gaza border would only end in failure and might, indeed have disastrous consequences for Egypt's present ruling powers was Issued in an official Israel Government statement here. "Saber rattling and empty nationalistic slogans." the Statement added, "are among the tactics of everv despotic regime, which seeks thus to bolster up its precarious lule." And the statement reminded Egypt that it holds the Gaza strip only on the strength of the armistice agreement, and would be, therefore, w 0 ad ;•> respect thai agreement scrupulously. 2. Henry Cabol Lodge, Jr.. is chairman of the us. delegation t'> the United Nations. This month. he is also president of the Security Council, but without a meeting of that body, warned both Egypt and Israel that they had better cooperate with Mai. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, I UN true chief, in his efforts to pacify the border area. There was an "or else" attached to this urging, and that was the possibility n.^SSSTZS^ fiWM-MGAS P RODUCER APPEALS 'FAVORABLE' VERDICT |eek by the American Jewish Com< Anglo-Jewish Association |nd Alliance Israelite Universelle Mr. Dulles also commended the frganizatiODl represented at the parley for "their interest in work i human rights, for rein lorcem* nt of Jewish religious and Bltural life and especially for the If fort spent on furthering understanding between Jews and nonfewHe wished the conference Macs, iii its efforts to rebuild Jewish life in Western Europe and In defense of civil rights. Dr. Gerhard Peters Seeks Compensation for Costs; Neo-Nazi Minister Suspended After Sharp Protest Irving M. Engel, head of the UC, pledged his organization's fupport of plans to help the EuroContinued on P9 11 A FRANKFURT (JTA) — Dr. Gerhard Peters, German manufacturer of a special cyanide gas, who was acquitted of responsibility in the murder of hundreds of thousands of Jews and other inmates at the Auschwitz concentration camp, has appealed against the verdict of the Frankfurt court which acquitted him. Dr. Peters, again an executive in the chemical industry of Germany, appealed on the grounds that he should have been awarded the costs of his legal defense and compensation for the time he lost when held in pre trial custody after the war ended. The acquittal came in his seventh trial, the verdict in all six others having been against him. The Frankfurt prosecutor, who had a week in which to appeal the court's acquittal refused to act despite an appeal to him by the Central Council of Jews in Germany. This means that if Dr. Peters is granted a retrial on his appeal, he cannot be found guilty regardless of plcment the Security Council's unanimous resolution of Mar. 30. 3. In Washington. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told a press conference that he believes action should be taken by both sides to remedy the situation. He said that the United States follows the Gaza situation very closely. 4 Israel Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban. having returned to Washington from conMeanwhile in Bonn, protests [saltations in Israel's capital, conby educators and the public in ferred with Assistant Secretary' of Sta'e George V. Allen. Both the imthe finding court. of the appelate Lower Saxony have forced the suspension of the newly appointed Minister of Education and Religion. Dr. Leonhard Schlueter. Sehlueter is a neoNazi leader and a publisher of books by Nazi writers. He is now "on leave." Schlueter is a member of the Free Democratic Party and was a founder of the Socialist Reich Party which was outlawed as neo-Nazi by the Bonn Govern ment. Jews in Lower Saxony have been asked to refuse all cooperation with Schlueter. mediate problem of the Gaza tension and broader problems which have been under review for some time were discussed. Mr. Eban is believed to have told Mr. Allen that his government places central importance on the close cooperation between Israel and the U.S. Israel circles in Washington feel that there i". a recent disposition in the United States capital to approach Israel's problems with more comprehension. The same circles feel that great interest attaches to quesContinuod on Page 2 A SENATOR LEHMAN TESTIFIES ON IMMIGRATION Unused Visa Issue is Raised in Senate President Eisenhower receives a 2,000 year old lamp ol freedom" at a White House ceremony from U n, ted jwtsn Appeal general chairman William Rosenwald. The UJA co ferred on the President a citation for "dittingmshed humanitar an service to victims of Nasi tyranny." WASHINGTON (JTA) The opinion that the refu.,.,. relief program should be handled by a special administrator of the program as a social welfare Unction, rather than as a police function under the Department Bureau of Security and Consular \ffairs, has been expressed by a number of wit,u'sses before a Senate Immigration Subcommittee holding hearings on amendments to the Refugee Re,iC Sen C Herbert 3 H Lehman compared President | Eisenhower's amendments to the ref*" P !" 1 ^; which have been introduced by Sen. Arthur Wat kfls with those of his own bill. The Senator cited two"vital" differences, one pertaining to the administrative setup and the other to the USB of the unused vjsa numbers. Sen. Lehman said that his bill proposes to create an administrator of the program directly responsible to the Secretary of State and free from subservience to any State Department bureau. The administration of the program should not be tied to the "police and review functions" of the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, he stated. The second difference Sen. Lehman cited referred to the reallocation of unused visas. He said that unused numbers would be reallocated among those groups which have "the greatest need for visas." instead of utilizing unused numbers for a worldwide orphans pool, as the Watkins Bill proposes.



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PAGE 2 A -Jmlstncrktlan Egypt Warned of Gaza Danger Continued from Pjge 1 A ; 11 of a l' S. .security agreement with the Jewish State, and Mr HI i> believed to have resumed tcussion on this point While no conclusion en this problem is e\ I • eted to be reached In the near future, the subject is still verj much alive, according to ini lions from these quarters ."> State Deartmenl sources la Washington let it be known that return i t Ambassador Eric Johnston to the Middle Bast has been delayed for Several weeks. ere were ;• variejtj of reasons for nut the (iara situation iamong the:". In ad ditio n la <;.; Prime Minister MOSIM Sharett Gen Burns in Jerusalem th.it Israel is read) to pertieioate in enj meeting with Egypt called bj the 1,'nited Nations to consider practi means for abatement of the ', %  i -ion He was rep!.. let ti from r \" Secret.i.\ Gem T'. g Hammarskjold. I bj Gen. • %  : | the i %  L'N it %  %  attet • I-n.i i %  enthusu u ith pli 'ielp '. I is trying ..h level talks *>ith Israel And at aho"t the same Cost of Single Copies Rises j B9innins with its Issue of July 1, The Jewish Floridian will chart* twenty cents for extra copies. The increase comes as a result of Increased production costs and the fact that The Jewish Floridien is new larger than before. Thfs new policy in no way affects the annual subscription rote for local readers, which remains three dollars per year and five dollars for two years. iS55L*i7 &f "" M.., H,tV| ^ Ace Employ**, ,**, rsA \ w MAirzo At a recent meetinq of Delta Phi Epsilon Mother's Club the following were elected for Ihe cominq year. Pictured (left to right* are Mrs. Abraham Levine. recording secretary; Mrs. Albert Dubbin, president; Mrs. Lourraine Sugerman. corresponding secretary. Mis. Joseph Schwadron. vice president. Not shown is Mrs. Hilma Auaust. treasurer. 23 Israel Groups Present Slate for Knesset Election Continued frpm Page 1 A small merchantand shop owners in Guzmann; ligioua list %  [zhari; the '11 list. I. World K -i t i-i a el ii-'. %  • '< \. i i %  t list, wl lann Jeru the A ation list by and tl. .,-• whOSt pi : ... reci it n ~ i b G bar I tian pi ly stated thai Egypt iwillii participate in Securit) Council B tin Gm situation Weiner Given Legion Award Bernie Weiner SOD Of Mr and MrDan Weiner was presented with the American Legion i;t Sbenandoah Junior High School rcises on June 1 i ard .pi i ed to th i utstai ding boj and girl who has fulfilled the five qualities of honor icholarahip, eo '.ernie was cited bj tl M an Bernie re I an "oscar" n tin beat actor of his 1 une year he won i talent contest :,t his school for In addition to heinc president of Sbenandoah Junior High School and the student council, pmldi III of the dramatic club and president of hi.\ speech cla-s. Bernie found lime to earn himself two letters in varsity sportBel me is also an honor student W^fof"ftrtc^a yg twHots, troqutttn, Grmd for all rjE MADE f 10 M "II UIUOH WITH IHE HUP Diatributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone Met Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ SWARMING? CALL %  %  ""^ _^^BSSlSSlBBlBISS^BjaBBBBBSia^__ CURD CREAMED COTTACI CHEESE aisfe ^AMtDCOT" flflp— 0$ — LARGEST Call 2-1776 R lamhar *f I Ml B'rIHi I Harvey Finkelstein. student of the 1955 graduating class of the Hebrew Academy, receives The Jewish Flondian Annual Award for Journalism from Alfred Cosman. instructor of Social ,' studies at the Academy. S. el. I r'4'W fifth Stt. 1 NUIIW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES ler ajp a aj aaaa aj one Privet* Us* Abe far Hebrew Schaalt TelepKane JE 1H17 ISf All CIRT If ICAT II PttfaM* hi, OKI.I I Distinctive Trarfifia/ial Furnitriinas Lamps — Carpeting — Accessories Custom Made Draperies and Furniture We will gladly answer any ef year tfeceretiag prebleaH C.'Mui.'nen Decorator North Miami Florida AMMI Onaat 841 NE 125th Street Teiephone PL -o:4 A Prescription Specialists 3S0 LlfKOlN ROAD f-traaw* a. *.,;...,.. 4„ -w# *•* Jl MEjfJ 132* IISCATME tOUHVARO Acresi fraa Sttn free Portiay a* a tmr Meat 12-2091 OCULISTS PRESCRIPT*!. HUSO COMTACT CHAIIS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH "1 The most valuable possession of Riverside is'tlie good will of the families we serve. D II MEM 01 ML CHAPEL.-c XV FUNH Al*DI t ICTOIS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami v Miami Brack ^ ^ West Flagler & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington A* — Phone 92064 Phooe JE 1-7777 JE 1* AW c.*.*a iversiof ao r NEWMAN, Funeral Director' .ass unsutc, \IH NIW voaa! TOUi Street and Amsterdam Ave.' eaOMLVN • MONK • lONO ISLA"D Tf ttfUO



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iiDAY, JUNE 17. 1955 ****** Ataftflb* PAGE 3 A ifereth Israel BreaksGro^dS^dTy For New Svnazoirue „, r(1 breaking ceremonies.far ^k^^^^ggg^^^^ ^ ^HdgOgUC n .i rebreaking ceremonies for j50,(00 addition to Tifereth Is\< rihside Center will be held idaj ftftemoon, June 19, on the liter's site at 6500 North Miami ;K cording to an announce|nt Wednesday-by*Jack'Berke. indent Thr r.ew building will be used lu.-ively for a chapel to scat, vwn nippers, Berke said. The 1 Inter.' present facilities will be Everted for classroom use by Tifilh Israel's religious school. |\v In D erected, the building will (i()\]00 feet in dimension and scheduled to include indirect tiling, air conditioning and pews. 'ording to Rabbi Abraham Her, vpi'ttual leader, one wall of linking, situated immediately und .he altar and facing NW In ~t will be entirely of stained windows. Iilerclh Israel Northside Center > i< ur.ded some six years ago, h .i charter membership of 12 tollies In August, 1954, Rabbi lr-on i.vsumed the Center pulpit, (d todey there are upward of 250 ruin s a^^&gd -' 1 -~)'A_ %  •>1 *rr Er*' • • % %  ''• %  • i %  %  %  %  > %  • —-—" ^-/ %  -Ar.-rr t O I FWM a I—r'-*-.T*i3i • -iiy ..Jli Harold Shapiro. Also attending will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs. Matilda Rat ner. Bureau president; and Sam ^ J. Hciman. chairman of the 1955 affiliated with Tifereth I Combined Jewi *h Appeal cam j Paign. Representing members of the bench will .be Judges George E. Architectural view of new Tifereth Israel*Synagogue. Holt and Sam I. Silver. Berke will preside with • %  mmm ass$3@3S£ ISfimc 125 students attend the biter's religious school and are tided into pre-teen age, confiralion and daily Hebrew class limpAlso affiliated with the p < a teen-age organization. urn • plans call for the incorIrdtii n of the teen agers into Synagogue Youth, Rabbi rson "-aid. leading up a list of dignitaries Sunday's groundbreaking' will i Mayor Abe Aronovitz v mi Beach City Councilman p. Navy Awards Rodney eslie 3-Year Scholarship Rodney Leslie, son of Mr. and Sri H. Leslie, 3114 Prairie te Miami Beach, has been ofci.ilk accepted as a regular li;wi T.id.shipman at the Univerlt> ol Michigan. The United States Navy will nard Rodney a scholarship to the Iniver; :>• of Michigan for the next %  '"< %  '' yean, He has officially re>! bis cruise orders and leaves liami July 10 to set sail on a ruiser for Stockholm, Sweden, and klo, Ni: way. Rodney has also been accepted Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor <'t; n which only the top two of male freshman are actpted Miami Hebrew School and Congre Berke f rst ff,c,al act follow gation; and Malcolm Sparer. Hia-| ing nis 'installation as Tifereth Isleah-Miami Springs, who will give' rae president Saturday evening, the invocation. I June 18. recording secretary; Al Kurzban, corresponding secretary; Leon Goldberg, social secretary; and Murray Tropp, sergeant-at-arms. North Beach P.T.A. Elects Mrs. feiner Elections and installations of new officers for North Beach Elementary School PTA is announced by the group. Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner was named president for the coming year. Installed with her were Mrs. Robert Peterson. Mrs. D. Lee Powell, Mrs. Gerald Warren, vice presidents. Others are Mrs. Morris I.ansburg. treasurer; Mr, Victor Kugel, secretary; and Mrs. Clarence Bussy. corresponding secretary. Miami Chapter Delegation Oft For Washington B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will send a delegation of women to Washington. DC. to attend the annual convention of B'nai B'rith Women of District 5. The convenj tion will be held at the Sheraton Park hotel June 18 through 20. At the convention, a report will be given by Mrs. Murray L. Lazarus, of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. Attending from chapter include Mrs. Nat Spiegelman, Mrs. Herman Goldstein. Mrs. Harvey Herman, Mrs Philip Rand. Following students were recipients of Bas Mitzvah certificates at Zamora Jewish Center: First row (left to right) are Miriam Lieb. Leah Rabenowich, Barbara Klein, Judy Fabricand, Paulette Bursuk, Harriette Ostrie, Meryl Bernstein and Lila Glossman. Second row are Esther Brenner, Rabbi B. Leon .v ..... Hurwitz, Rev. Rudolph Erill and Josephine Friedman. Certificates were presented by Rabbi Hurwitz, who was assisted by Abraham Maloff and Nathan Davidow. 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VTMM nwTY or PUfam '• *•• telfor, cell IMfM 1" *•*• *" "•""'' "* mi Kimsnmtms AT oat tMMM Tifereth Israel Northside Center 6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE oxttnds a cordial invitation to all their members and friends to attend the public ground breaking for a new synagogue and educational facilities at the center on Sunday, June 19th. at 2:30 p.m. Join the Civic and Religious Dignitaries in this Historic Event i



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AGE4A >Jc*istifk>rA*9n I **** terms is entirely proper. The Democratic and Republican naoatt | conventions of 1M2 are a case in point. I • • e • • THISB CONVENTIONS were the first ever to be televised^ afforded the nation a glimpse into the working machinery with •* Presidential candidates are chosen. It is no secret that both ** disturbed most observers and that much discussion ensue" fow"" the conventions about the possibility of revising their format in" Broadcasten. themselves, for a while considered curtailing telenew next time out principally, I suppose, because tbej also entertaja cynical notions in political matters and because the* therefore!au that revision of political attitudes on the part of candidates, as %  • %  of the electoral body, could not be hoped for in the immediate t§*"l The fact of the matter is that no one would dare suU*. existence of statesmanship in either of the 1982 national c*"*2 tach was a magnificent if depraved example of hysterical P"" i, without regard to ends. Now. if politics as a concept elicits *rop" feelings that are far from difficult to define, statesmanship %  £ ] Mte surest* q U ,te another response—one which draws "**J2[ physical and even spiritual images. This is a natural and ""^11 reaction, s.nce it indicates that statesmanship has been plKed PPally and thus practically beyond the reach of achievement. The principal need, therefore, is the development of JJ^J m which the opposites would be resolved and united-i" *"*Laj tmction can no longer be made between politics and ^' m "f5 ( > separate concepts of government The broadcasters discussion "^ %  rig televiewing time—although commendable in its


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jAY. JUNE 17. 196S -. -JdWlslinKrlrU*.* rton Gould to Open Summer Pop Concert Series on Sunday Wfnr Morton r.milri Beautiful Morning" and "Surn v With the Frinu on tv-.i ,. 1 PAGE 5 A UP s| conductor Morton Gould open the fifth summer season I Hi,. University of Miami Sym[> orchestra with the first in irii's of P 0 P concerts at the Mill each Auditorium Sunday mn, June 19. iree of Gould's own works will Morton Gould I heard, including "American |ir "Tango and Guracha" and "Tap Dance Concerto." Feakl in the latter work will be f<\ tap dancer Danny Daniels. he program will open with the r> Wives of Windsor Over[. by Nicolai. Other numbers to erformed include Romeo and |et, by Tschaikowsky; High by Tiomkin; "Oh. What a the Fringe on Top' from Oklahoma, by Rodgerg; and the Merry Widow, hy Lehar. At the age of (our, Gould started to play the piano and improvise spontaneously, and at Mx he had his first composition published, a waltz entitled "Just Six." When he !" r ed 2I he was engaged hv WOR to conduct and arrange his own program with a large orchestra over the WOR-Mutual Network. These programs afforded Gould the opportunity and scope to present his creative ideas, many of which have found their way into symphonic repertoire. "pa. vanne" is perhaps the best known of these. Gould's compositions have been performed by the leading syiB phony orchestras and under the outstanding symphony conductors. The composer himself has appeared as guest conducted with some of the leading symphony orchestra and musical organizations in programs of his own works. His "Tap Dance Concerto" was performed at his concert in Rochester on November 16. 1952. with Gould conducting the Rochester Orchestra and Danny Daniels appearing as soloist. 1 Attend Convention frs. Gerald P. Solt, president of B'nai B'rith Women's Council iouth Florida, this week reveal|that some 40 women from the ii and Hollywood area will ad the women's district Grand ^ S convention June 18 ftugh 21 at Washington, D.C. Graduating class of the elementary Hebrew schools of Greater Miami include the following: North Shore Jewish Center—Devera Derms, Sandra Schaps and Daniel Solomon; Temple Beth Sholom-Robert Benach. Gary Simon Brooks, Arthur Low, Richard S. Materson, William S. Pine, Robert M. Rosenberg, Allen Shevach and Willa Sue Susskind; Temple Emanu-El—Elliott Friedwald, Edward Ginsberg, Robert Robert Hauser. Charles Homer, Rosalind Lehrman, Leonard Levy, Edward Pottlitzer, Ronald Rothstein, Stanley Ringler, Michael Tessler, Steven Marks and Melvin Wolfe; Miami Hebrew School—Marsha Pierce; Beth David Congregation Cynthia Bort, Allen Goldman. Dale Handshu. Joel Kutnick, Edward Leviten and Jerome Spector. peenberg Unveiling he dedication of a monument the memory of the late Mae S. enberg, formerly of 621 EscoI. Coral Cables, will take place jiday. June 19, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. to Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris \p officiating. Mrs. Greenberg is vived by her husband, Sam; a Lester; a daughter, Susan; a brother, Irving Ilson. She i a member of Coral Gables Hah Center and B'nai B'rith •men Arrangements are in jrge of Palmer's Miami Monutit Company. Friends and relays are asked to attend. ied Unveiling The dedication of a monument Ithe memory of the late Hyman |ed. formerly of 3960 SW 2nd st., take place Sunday, June 19, 2 I., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with obi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. fed is survived by his wife, Mary; ther. Rose; a son, Michael; two Ughters, Misses Rochelle and {talie; and three brothers and sisters, including Mrs. Helen '. of Miami. Mr. Fried was a ner owner of Palmland FashIs and a member of the Knights I Pythias. Arrangements arc in Irge of Palmer's Miami MonuCompany. Friends and relays are asked to attend. Breakfast Will Honor Fathers West Miami Jewish Center will sponsor a Father and Son breakfast Sunday morning in honor of Father's Day. Preceding the breakfast, regular morning services will be held, with Morris Brooks chanting the liturgy. Prizes will be awarded to the oldest, youngest, most recent and baldest father by Al Fogcl, Center president, who will act as master of ceremonies. Children will take part in a panel discussion on "What Makes a Good Father?" Fred Rohrlich, educational co-chairman, will be moderator. Ai Lynn is chairman of the breakfast program. Assisting him are Nathan Keusch. Norman Richman, Morris Weiss, Morris Harris, Fred Rohrlich and Phil Sinclair. Clothes for Israel Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, are collecting used men's and women's clothing and children's shoes to be sent to Israel. Date of shipment is June 23. and items in good repair may be sent to Mrs. David Denner, 4431 Prairie ave. Splash Party Due B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will give a splash party and barbecue Saturday evening, June 25. at the Atlantic Towers hotel. send the %  Rosh Hashanah card they can eat. National Council Calls For Scholarship Applicants National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section, announces that it is open for applications for a loan scholarship at the University of Miami. Scholarships are open to unmarried Jewish boys or girls who shall have resided in the Miami area for the past two years. Letters of application should be sent immediately to scholarship chairman, Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz. 4266 Chase ave., Miami Beach. a minute to a delight to eat v *. •*. BARTONS 1 irge for Unveiling Notices Beginning with it* issue of j| y 1, Th Jewish Floridian chart* five dollars .for tho [•Mrtion of unveiling notices in columns. Announcement of >is now policy has boon th* rejlt of increased production &f and tho premium placed Ipon tpoco availability. Many Tngiith Jewish newspapers hroughout the nation adopted 1ls procedure some time ago. The Jewish Floridien has 'thhid from charging for un•''••*• insertions as long as title in line with it. dosiro '*• roosters maximum serves. liemMOt CHOCOLATE ROSH HASHANAH GREETING CARD IMCKI aneneMwet. r.r • .••••• —* aajaehastaa. MMOUS tot COHTIMIHTAL CMOC0L4TM AND C0NTININT41 ICf CU4M *.. ,•..!.•• eMaili, wNat ablHetleii. *•" '"•• H. T. ^ -I tofanwihj. en SAITOH S Ch.lo.. £,•• (minimum erder 100 car*) n $ *4 lafai —e ii .ts ttJ^fsaTSl J with •pec. (XO.icW on *•••'•' *•• "• ^ to riM my "•" %  ••**•. MTNAMC on ITATt a midsummer's treat No need to labor over a hot stove to prepare delicious Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Just heat them and eat them! They're ready in a jiffy! 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PAGE 6 A i 0ut,ntr*#ur Miss Stein Becomes Mrs. A. Alan Sobel Shirley Elise Stein became Mrs. A. Alan Sobel in ceremonies Sunday. June 12. at the home of her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein. 3322 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spiritual leader, officiated The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Stein. 1710 SW 18th st. Pr. Sobel is the >n of the Leo Sobcls. 2170 SW 19th st. Married under an arch of flowers that carried out the pink, aqua and white theme of the wedding, the bride was Riven awav by her father and chose a white nylon tulle and chantilly lace gown The scooped neckline was edged in 1 lowers of lace and seed pearls. M well as mother of pearl sequins The short sleeves were hand clipped around the lace Her lace DOdice fell to a buffant skirt of tulle that mi ualz-length The bride wore a fingertip veil can Of lace and a large white orchid. Sister of the groom. Miss Sue Sobel, and a sorority lister Of the bride, was naM of honor Bridi maids were Miss Anne Kaplan and Mrs Irwin Kruyer. also sorority sisters Mr Lewis C.orfine. the hride's cousin, kept the .bridal book. Best nun was Mr Stanley Sterling, the Broom's fraternity brother Another fraternity 'irothcr. Burton R Levey, mi usher. Newlywed Mrs Sobel graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the I niver-itx of Miami Dr. Sobel attended Miami High, the Universit) of Miami and duated from Southern College of Optometry. Mrs. Sobel belongs to Phi Sigma Tau and Cisum Dr. Sobel's clubs are Tau Kpsjlon Phi social fraternity. Omega Epsilon Phi professional fraternity and he at>an Doris Cremherg became the bride, of Harvey Jason Fn.,!man at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Colony restaurant. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and lira Samuel Orecnbcrg. 2425 SW 21st ter The bridegroom's parents m Mr and Mrs. Barney (man, of Jacksonville Rabin Morris A Skop officiated at the ceremony, and the bride was given in marriage by her fath er She wore a gown of ice blue nylon tulle over satin with lace appliques Her half-crown headpiece held a fingertip veil and she carried a white orchid The couple will honevmoon in New York" ami reside in Jack in Mile Miss Zipris Chooses Lace down for Rites ., .. nice, (loldnciii A candlelight ceremony in Tern pie Eraanu-El united in marriage j v i i IJ ( V .,.,|;,,1 Svdell Zipris and Steve Roden I m U OUlcU niMdllU IrwnR j Commander and Mrs Rice. 1601 Coral Gate Maurice rd., anipns Sunday evening Rabb Lchrman officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Zipris, 450 SW nounce the engagement of their 11 ave. and formerly of Brookdaughter Darlene Winifred, to J > n N Y Elliott Lawrence Goldberg. 4245 She wore a waltz length gown... ... of imported lace over ntte. shoul Mer,d,an ave • Uam> B ach der-banng neckline, long sleeves Ml „ s Rlcc allended spools in pointing to a v. with a £ri-tri and dua(ed from med headpiece holding her threetiered illusion veil. Miami Senior High School She is Mrs Blanche Narby served as studying Elementary Education at matron^f honor Mr Lenny Rose the University of Miami, was best man The bridegroom, son of Mr and i Mr Goldberg w a s graduated Mrs Sam Roden. 122 NVY 43 pi., from Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University of Miami tn e University of Miami with a de and is now with the Miami Police Rrfe m ,,„.„,„, enBinecr|nR He Department. was a member of the engineering honor society and Arnold Air So ciety. receiving his commission in the Air Force as Second LieutenMiss Helen Selinger Plans August Riles Mr. and Mrs. Julius Selinger. San Anselmo, Cal., announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Louise, to Jules Pearlman, Jr.. a student at the University of California at Berkley. Mr. Pearlman is the son of Jules Pearlman. 487 NE 28th ter.. and the late Mrs. Pearlman. The bride elect is a junior at the University of California and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. The bridegroom is a graduate of Miami High School and the University of Chicago and is now taking post graduate courses at U •f C The wedding will take place in August in San Anselmo. Marshall Pepper Is Janet's Fiance Miss Janet F. Lazarus attended a party honoring Marshall Alan ant Pepper, following his graduation from the University of M.ami with a BS degree in chemistry Monday. June 6 But the party really turned out in honor of Janet. Marshall handed her a pillow on which lay his diploma, which she was to read to the gathering at the home of his parents. Dr. and Mrs Max Pepper. 2101 SW 17th st Beneath the diploma. Janet found her engagement ring. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank M Lazarus. 2150 SW 15th st Janet is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where she belonged to Little Women. Nation ai Honor Society and the M1AHI staff. She is currently a sophomore at the University of Miami and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Janet was among the top ten in the Orange Bowl Queen contest for 1955 Marshall will enter Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia in September, his father's alma mater. He attended Miami High and was a student at Tulane for two veai>. His fraternity is Alpha -Epsilon Pi. He is now employed at Douglas Aircraft Co in Santa Monica. Cal. Mittler Birth Exchange Vo* InNew Ortcan. Miss Sandra Jach, Katz Breslauer spok/^kJ ding vows last w ^ k a H] Sina. in New n rloana h Ttajfcf Miss Jacob*. K the Mr. and Mrs H S *** Orleanv Mr BreslatS" are Mr. and Mrs B F n. 2166 SW 14th tor The bride, given in mani,, her a her. wore a gWn ^J\ chantilly lace me rtatttti JJl lusion vei fell from a peai She carried ,, w hite p r Vff with baby orchids andlili es valley set in white lace. Her only attendant w* <*. ter. Miss Stella Jacobs, £ a gown of pale blue pat carried yellow -ueetheart ro#| in yellow illusion lace. ^ The bridegroom'i brothch .Breslauer. was bet man'ft were Roger Jacob-, and Lt min Breslauer. Following a reception, the t%] j pie left for Ithaca, N Y.,hen| I groom is to n ei ive his fa from Cornell I niveraty TWj reside in Pen-acola. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mittler an nounce the birth of a son in Newport. Rhode Island. The Mittlers formerly resided in Miami before moving to Newport, where Mr Mittler operates a radio station. Mrs. Mittler Is the former Lil ; lian Steen. daughter of the Philip Stecns. of this city Hciligs Honeymoon In Havana. Cuba Mr. and Mrs. Francis Irwin Heilig will live in Pocomokd. City, Md.. following their honeymoon in Havana. Mrs. Heilig is the former Ellin Lyla Zimmetf". The Heiligs' marriage took place Sunday in the Btscayne Terrace hotel. Rabbi Mortis Skop officiated. The bride's father. Jack Zimmett. gave her in marriage. The Zimmetts live at 21M SW 19th ter. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Simon Heilig, Pocomoke City. The bride wore chantilly lace with alternating rows of pleated nylon tulle over satin. A cap of seed pearls and sequins held her fingertip veil. She carried a Bible and an orchid Her maid of honor. Miss Wilma Graubert, wore pink nylon tulle and carried pink carnations. So did Mrs. Blair Zimmett. the bnde's sister-in-law. who also attended her Flower girl Sharon Beverly Foget wore mint green tulle dress Blair Zimmett and Howard Zimmett ushered for the bridegroom. Abe Spinak was best man. A reception at the hotel followed the ceremony. West Palm IVaeh Site of Kapner, Schoenbaum Hites'1 Joan Lee Kapner, Mr. and Mrs Jack Kapn married Sunda> to Frank K Schoenbaum. sun of Mr. atd Samuel Schoenbaum. 1328 ave.. Miami Beach, at Tempi* El. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Max M I.andman 4 ed at the 2:30 p.m. a which was followed by a at the temple Chantilly lace over white fashioned the bride's goes. loped neckline, scallop-ead li apron effect on the bouffant with nylon tulle over all im tume details A half crowi seed pearls with tiers of *3I| sion formed the headpiece. carried a white -atin Bible a white orchid and stephaoXaJ Marlyn Kapner. sister of bride, was made of bono; lene Kapner was junior arid and Sharon Kapner. flower s Best man was Buddy Bartasw' Miami. Ushers were Nornua ner and Lewis Kapner o! Beach: Sandy Dickson. West Pall Beach; and Nathan MOS1W*TB4 Miami Beach. Andrea Horn Mr. and Mrs Arthur He:Ji*J announce the birth of a da-^l Andrea Shary. Maj 25. Tae' addition joins her d*K"J and brother. Martin. The • live at 1800 SW 24th ave. \W%  ^L m ftfce Teigmans Leave on Tour of .North Mr and Mrs Meyer Teigman and daughter. Adele. of 1410 Euclid ave Miami Beach, loft Wednesday for a summer tour and vacation Teigman will attend the fifth district convention ol B'nai B'rith in Washington. D. C. this weekend as one of the delegates of Miami Beach Lodge. The Teigmans will then visit family and friends in Baltimore. Md.. before continuing their North era tour Teigman is a member of the board of governors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is active locally m numerous civic, fraternal and philanthropic organizations. m i L..-I v er**-** The marriage of M* k etta SUwerman \o % %  .j tenant David V. J^ra*"^ place Sunday Iu = Tempi. Iael. &£*£ %  Narot performed uw many. The bnde J daughter ol Mr ; J*EM werman and the lalt SUr-rman. Liau-nanl^ rw^teth-aonolM*': ^ mood. Runnym^*"'s^r couple will iw* m •rn Pine-, N.C.



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JE 17. 19S5 lesser, Seymour Sussman Exchange hi Savannah Ceremony on June 5th ^WW $W19 mjfW&K&ri „ Lesser and Mr. Seyni.in exchanged vows on [in 8 p.m. ceremony held Oglcthorpe hotel, Sail Rabbi Abraham I. il'f iciatcd. is the daughter of Mr. Solomon Lesser. Savan rSussman's parents are \\ sussmans, 1321 %  15th Beach. marriage by her father, %  was attired in a white II organdy gown with Eptureri neckine, short leves and a chapel train. \\ rfMiibroidered Alenriifneil the molded bod1 -kirt, which were scatseed pearls. Her fingerrcembroidered Alencon llusion was attached to cap. lal bouquet was of white Cwered with valley lilies piopsis. onor was Miss Gail t, r of the bride. Mrs. lili Rote 1*. fr*4 Bert Goldberg, the groom's sister, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Barry Barr. Charlottesville, Va.; Mrs. Fred Lane Swartzberg. High Point. N.C; and Miss Sybil Dickstein, of Savannah. Best man was Arnold Sussman. the groom's brother from Houston. Tex., and ushers included Dr. Milton Weinkle. Bert Goldberg and William Romer. Miami Beach, and Harry Silverman. Albert Hornstcin and Marvin Lesser. Savannah. Newlywed Mrs. Sussman attended Marioric Webster Junior College in Washington, DC. and Armstrong College. Savannah. The groom is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, the University of Miami and attended the University of Havana. A reception in the Oglethorpe dining room followed the all pink and white wedding. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Su-sman. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goldberg. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Weinkle. Mrs. Philip Romer. Miss Mindy Romer. Mrs. Jack Kolman, William Romer, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Goppman, Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg and Donald Rosenberg. Coral Gables; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sussman, Houston; Isaac Mirvis, Mrs. Morris 1 Marcus, Portsmouth, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Swartzberg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartzberg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lane Swartzberg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leipman, High Point, N.C; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mirvis, Norfolk, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Torporch, Miss Sandra Lesser, Neil Lesser, Phil Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen, Mrs. Monty Spanier, Charleston, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Silver, Milton Silver, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Spira, Augusta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Cohen. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Epstein, Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein, Louisville, Ky.; Frank Gross, Asheville. N.C. PAGE 7 A PERSONALLY SPEAKING Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, president of the Florida East Coast Dental Society, left Monday to attend a conference of the society in Havana. Cuba. He was accompanied by Mrs. Rosenthal. anniversary with their children and grandchildren on July 3. They plan to return to Miami shortly after. •Cr -Cr %  & Dr. and Mrs. A. Kitzen, of 2230 SW 21st ter., have left to spend their summer vacation in Flushing, L.I. Denners Will Help Home Residents Sharing their blessings will be Mr. and Mrs. David S. Denner. 4431 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary by hosting the annual Father's Day party at the Jewish Home for the Aged, Douglas GarMr. and Mrs. George Cohen, of ft040 Harding ave., are leaving June 20 to attend the wedding of their grandson, Robert Ory, to Marjorie jElkind July 2 in Worcester, Mass. From there, the Cohens will leave for Teaneck, N.J., to visit their children. A Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaw, of 4344 SW 7lh st., are leaving this week lo spend the summer season vacationing in the North. Mr. and'Mrs.'I j/lMiller and | dens, on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Broad, of MiThough sons and daughters mayami, have arrived at Duncraggan bc distant miles from Miami, all Inn, Hcndersonville, N.C, where I resident fathers will be rememberthey will vacation for the next two ed and honored. The Greater Miweeks. am w men's Auxiliary. Jewish .^ ^ ^ Home for the Aged, sponsors the Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Sass,! annual party.of 3490 NW 32nd ave., have left I Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program for Providence, R.I., where they chairman, has provided cntertainwill celebrate their 50th wedding ment. COTTON € Li NIC COTTON DRESSES CtEANED t RE-SIZED TO NEW FRESHNESS EXCEL CL1A \ I 16 S 734 S.W. 22nd AVENUE DIAL HI 8-669S Marks Perl [Jacobs Will fliankstfiving of Ohio State Univer[Rose Katherine Fred, is of Marvin Alan Jacobs, M. L Jacobs. 1310 15th Beach. •d is the daughter of the knd Mrs. Nathan Fred, of pi. Ky. At Ohio State, she dent of her sorority. Alii n Phi. obs' father is the late M. of Cleveland, O., and fcach. The bridegroom-tofcudent of Ohio State law is president of Phi Sigfraternity. ple plans a Thanksgiving lather Will 1 Barney's Bar |ah Saturday Lewis, son of Mr. and h Kaufman. 3955 NW 4th cc nine Bar Mitzvah on SatIne 18, at Flagler-Granada fommunity Center. has been attending FlagBa'j religious school for (three years. He successked the Bar Mitzvah examJministered by the Bureau Education. attends Kinloch Park eh School, where he is I [of the band. He is also (r oi Troop 13, Boy Scouts i I' dl chant the traditional Ind speak before the conRev. Leo Heim, relikder of the Center, will ofKaufman. grandfather of %  litzvah, of Brooklyn. NY., [among out-of-town guests. 'ion in honor of their son liven by Mr. and Mrs. Kauf nediately after UM servOut-of-Towners Will Fete Charles Perl Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perl. 333 NW 13th ave. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. June 18. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Charles will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Charles attends Citrus Grove Junior High School and is a student at the religious school of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Kiddush will follow the Saturday morning services. Out-of-town guests will include Mrs. F. Feinstein. aunt, of Woodmere, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. I. Chanes and Mr. H. Perl, an un||cle, Scranton, Pa.; Mr. A. Tunis, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Silber, Mr. and Mrs. E. Kalusin and Mr. and Mrs. S. Rappaport. Havana, Cuba; Mrs. A. Wagner, Lutg. de Cuba; Mr. and Mrs. M. Wagner. Santa Clara, Cuba. GENE TROOP has added a strictly kosher kitchen service to their banquet facilities ontainebleau u HOTEL For information call Harry Hartenlst Kosher Catering Department JE B-8B11 44th AND COLLINS AVE Cohen Bar Mitzvah Stephen Cohen will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Beth David Congregagation, June 18. His parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Muni.("hen. will pre-, sent floral offerings in the Bar! Mitzvahs honor. 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PAGE 8A +Jmlsii FRIDAY hlbil this week at ill si* Tire Company stores. The rainbow has been fcrlded to automobile tir< ~ Mtfoflsts may 'now pick out tires to Mend with the brightest painl creations of De trait's automobile maaufscturers. Just announced by United States Rubber Company, the new colored tires m shades of blue, green and brown wont on display local the first time tail week In .1 "Cat akade "i Tire P rogre ss at -ill ill Norton Tiros I nnipnnv -toreOn displm will be 1 tuneless "dream tire" to match the styling Genet Family Establishes Scholarship Fund Annual fund of $250 to be given yearl) to tee Hebrew Academj was sot up this week b> the Genet fam lly in honor of 'thoir parents. Mr. and M*s Harry (tenet, local philanthropists and communal leaden According to Alexander s Gross, principal, this fund will be known .ithe "Rose and Harry Genet Scholarship Fund" and maj be used by the Academy for scholarship purposes or for the purchase ol essential materials required b) the school. Mr and Mrs Genet are both founders of the Hebrew Academj active m the institution since its inception seven veai ago Mr Genet is currentl> chairman Ol the executive committee, and Mrs Qe net is \ ice president of Hebrew Academj women. \ old medal, bearing the inscription '"Rose and Harrj Genet .•scholarship Award." will be pre seated to the outstanding student in Hebrew and other itudh This award will he made annual ly at commencement exorcises bj a member of the Genet family This year the gold medal was awarded to Melvin Omcnt. an eighth grade student of the Academy Following are the members of the Genet family who are participating in the establishment of this, fund: Martin and Saul. Beach attorneys and Hebrew Aeademv board aleph sgan. Richard Cramer, aleph of directors; Irving, who is affili rnazkir: Douglas Schwartz, aleph ated with Dado Paper CD ; and g"hor Mrs Ralph Coleman. of Charleston. Al Capp, aleph morah; Charles S.C. New U.S. Boyal 'Dream Tires' Will Include Rainbow Hues For Beauty Motorists of South Florida canjor and linos hv automobile nianii get I preview Ol what tin's of the l.i.rmer-. the tire industry has be future will be like in a special ex-1 come verj rtyle-c 1 sciou accord ing to Louis F Pallot. presidi Norton Tin > First thole he trend toward narrower white sidewaB* then came smooth lines thnt eliminate* the cluttered and now we have the mosi recent and startling laaovatlon colored tiros to blend with the bright hues ol today's aatomo biles U S RuhiHT h u added color to Its white SJliOWall Royal Master tire %  choice of Damascus bronze. Crown blue or Vail< The colors won't peel "r rub off. and the* -how scuffi ban tires ^rV and performance of the new with conventional black shoulders m cars, now tuboless rhe white sidewalls are scuffed tires in shadeof blue green proof. and brown, and tirowhich | The experimental n> Ion tuU'le-to 30 per rent more mileage with ; tires, called the XP 140 is actually out annoying squeal or hum ,1 look into the future Pallet deThe display, called the "Caval-1dared The "dream tire" is not Decide of Tiro Progre ss was do big placed on the market, but 1an veloped Jointly bj United States example of the advance thinking of and the Norton Rubber Company Tire Compaaj With so much emphasis on colHurricanes AZA Names Bob Levitt Ateph Godol Girls Crown Hess Heart Throb IS. Rubber engineers and development people It has been sue cessfullj run at 140 miles per hour on a laboratory test wheel The XP-140 contains features that may find their way into the tires of tomorrow. For example, it Bob Levitt has "been elected aleph I has only five tread rows instead godol of Hurricanes AZA. ;* 'he usual seven, and there is no Others named at an election | sacrifice in riding comfort at ormeeting last week were Sid Indgin. j dinary speeds despite its highspeed capabilities. Also on display will be the recently announced Royal Master. U.S. Rubber's premium tire that Kamen. aleph sopher; Mark Shul-, offers motorists exceptional milediner, aleph shotare godol; Richard agetraction and stopping power. Beily. aleph shotare kotone; and I The U.S. Royal 8 tire is one of George Lefcoe. aleph cohen godol. K* n 9 I !" HUM Dance Sunday Jay Bruce Hess. 16-year-old sen „__ ... ,, ,. ... .or at Miami High School, has been Gr f alt r Mumi Hl,,el Mumn > Asvoted king heart throb" by mem J soc, l,on o£ ,hc l "'versify of Jlij equivalent bers B frs of Tags Girls Group of i* !" 1 M h old a w,m dance Sundav ,ub combination The na. B'rith a n d was officially 'TV" 8, ** B, ckslone "squeal" on turns Icrowned and loresented with a 'P r o c l.inr.ition I I •Scroll" for his \ 0 u t s t a ndin •erviee to B'nai i'rith Youth, his ehool and his [community."' Pre s entation [was made at canilelight c e r e% %  I monies held at Hess hotel the most popular tires in the nation, and is used by leading manufacturers as original equipment on new cars. This was one of the first tutu-less tires with a price tag to that of a tire and 8" elimin and annoy%  h Now U.S. Royal Maeter tire features "s out gingerbread" and is available for the first foneinal of colors, as well as black and white. In addition, fes tubeless tire has thousands of tiny tread blocb io< superior traction and braking power and a narrow 1 wal l with a curb guard that keeps it clean. ing "hum" on straight roads. Cynthia Helene Born Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel. of 1975 SW 17th ct.. announce the birth of their daughter. Cynthia Helene. June 2. at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Cynthia joins her brother. Gary 9; and sister, Deborah. 9 Grandparents are the Julius Weinsteins. Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lubel. Mobile. Ala. Foster Placement, Unwed Mothers' Aid in Operation at Family Service Membership [mdkwj Ladies Auxiliary of Brandeis Lodfe. fnt | reel, will hold a memo eon and swina party ; hotel cabana club <* noon, June 22. acrmJkgj nouncement this week k| Hannah Levine. protest c Foster placement of children, adoption services and care of unwed mothers are now in operation I as added functions of Jewish Famiily Service, it was announced this week by Mrs Stanley C. Myers, the home of Miss chairman of the child care commitL\nda Barson on Saturday eve tee of the agency. Mrs. Winifred ning. which were attended by over Brawn has been appointed child 40 teen agers who are members of [ placement and adoption worker Tip and Shield of David BoyMrBrown comes to Jewish Group affiliated with the B'nai Family Service from Children's Brith Youth Organiation j Home Society, where she had been Jay. who is now serving his sec engaged in adoption practice. She ond term of office apresident of has worked with children for many Shield of David, is also a wellyears, following her professional known pianist, havmc appeared on graduate training with the New television, radio and at benefits York School of Social Work, where throughout Florida she received her Master's degree j in 1938 Father, Son Affair Mrs Brown Wednesday said Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew "'hat an agency's ability to care for 1 School and Congregation will sponchildren is entirely dependent up sor a Father and Son break fa>t in on 'he existence of good foster the social hall on Sunday morning homes Jewish families jn the Dade Mrs. Peter Duchaon is chairman of County area who would like to, the event jopen their homes to children in need o( fo *'" care help had failed need of good physical care and parj t o ,ake dv *n'age of existing serv 'W-W-'V. ''WWWWW*.** PAUL D. BR0MIERG, C.P.A. LOWS AA0N0W, CM DAVID I. HIPSMAr., C.P.A. it* tt Mi;•* i Bromberg, Aronow and C Cf I T I F l i s Misri leech, Florists P U %  I I C ACC0U NTANT! (Ane*rtlne JffftnMl JIM Ml "^e>^^-V*>V^W "V*^'''W Mayor Aronoviti Speaks Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz was guest speaker at a Sholem I ...duo B'nai B'rith luncheon. Norman Lo din. luncheon program chairman. has arranged to have Police Chief Walter Headley speak in answer to the Mayor for next Thursday's luncheon to be held at Chuck's. 152 NE 1st ave TIRMlTl Control! ental affection are aked to com. ,c *v The new program will increase awareness of the facilities the community has created, so that parents might more readily J.urn to the professional help that can be given by the social agency, instead of engaging in ill advised actions 1 when faced by family and personal problems." In the development of its adop-1 tion policies, the agency has been! municate with JFS Albert Comanor. executive direc tor of Jewish Family Service in announcing the actual beginning of the program, stated that Miami now had the basic group of child care agencies which would be expected of a communitv of Miami's size He said that study <>f tho toe |ter placement experience ken -uuuested that many familioin K"'ded. Comanor reported" by most modern concepts that have Gables Knights of Pythias Name Lodge Officers ^-, sjs^Jfrisnf the lOT&WtUAftANTYl aunt weee-eriea TUT • IMTIIKIIll riSMITI JMI Phone 82-4441 TPULV NOLEN inc. country. However, until the' agency can estimate the number of children who may be referred to it rhi£.iJ' n,nger "T bW *'• i to aa Ped. actual adopTTon tu chancelor commander of Gables dies will not be undertaken Lodge. Knights of Pythias Jewish Family Service is a ima We',~ Ch^d^Gre'ale^ &** Others named to hold er. vice chancellor; Al Rothberg prelate: Harry Dansky. master of work. j Sol Schreiber. master at arms Larry Permison. inner guard; and • Dr. Sidney Moss, outer guard ish Federation. Miami JewVVJOUST flKOS n\, 700 CHARCE ACCOUNTS ARE TOIlS! Yet you get only one verified bill *** month —and the shopping convenience ol the Pan Am Charge Plan costs you absohiteh; nothing. Ask for folder and application bUnkPAN AMERICAN BANK Of MIAMI. flOS'DA %  latsil noun sisiivi T *'VI •1011*1 oirosn IMSUSANCI c" „., •* s t in ii .. y,4 A



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IE 17, 1955 JGIOUS DIRECTORY AVID CONGREGATION le la~t of its present late ining services at 8:15. fci Henry Wernick wiM Ed preach on the topic: f of the Seemingly Im[ Cantor Maurice Mamlender the musical por|( lituray. Oneg Shabbat [ v Saturday morning L e a! 8:45. Stephen, son I Mrs. Morrk Cohen, will k Mitzvah. Junior servF 10 a.m. Daily morning |ill be at 7:30 a.m. and +Jmisi>nrr**i~, PAGE 9 A |R GRANADA JEWISH |TY CENTER will hold tning services at 6:45. norning services are at I.MIM of Mr. and Mrs. Harwill become Bar MitzLeo Heim will officiate [the musical portions of |. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., Shalos Seudos and CONGREGATION will Ly evening services at Irday morning services I Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir7 officiate and discuss: Link to a Powerful Lss IP. Pentateuch is at 1TE CENTER will hold ^nin; ~ervices at 6. Saturservices are at 8:30. ,ton Malavsky will diseekly Portion, with CanSalkow rendering the Brtiorn of the liturgy. flighting Time kN 27 — 6:52 P.M. fat 645 p.m., followed by ludos Daily services will lm < • TOWN SYNAGOGUE will jay evening services at |turday morning services D Rabbi Arie Becker will Elevation Without Isolain Talmud precedes services at 8. Class in [the Fathers will be held followed by Mincha and lidos. Mr. and Mrs. David will bo ho-ts. • • [JACOB CONGREGATION Friday evening services rday morning services are fl<;a>l>i Akivah Chill will the topic: "Strength of |n." Dennis, son of Mr. and aham Dayem, will become lah. Class in Talmud is with Mincha following. uces will be at 7:30 a.m. UH ISRAEL HEBREW r E will hold Friday evefcices at 7. Saturday mornIces are at 9. Rabbi Isaac B officiate. Kiddush will lith Max Gutmann as host. [p.m., the Rabbi will dtsics of the Fathers. Min^t 7, followed by Maariv. i>es will be at 8 a.m. and nth Sunday morning servpiuled for 9. • • • %  E ISRAEL of Miami will day evening services at bbi Joseph Narot will offi|>RA JEWISH CENTER will |daj evening services at laturdajr morning services TO Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz Mi on the topic: "Sin of n Evening services are at ^EW ACADEMY will hold enlng services at 6:30. morning services are at Alexander Gross will disWeekly Portion. Mincha is I *ith Shalos Seudos followR* services will be at 7:30 6:35 p.m.. with Sunday scheduled for 8 a.m. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will preach on the topic: "A Spiritual Adventure." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction of Lucille Moore. Bar Mitvah of Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kloxtt, will take place during 9 am services Saturday. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. In the absence of Rabbi David Shapiro, services will be conducted by Cantor Joseph Malek and Harry Kaplan, president. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9. Daily morning services will be at 9. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold special consecration services Friday evening at 8:30, with Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating. Miami Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro will discuss: "Consecrated Living." Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by the Sisterhood, will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Herson will preach on: "House of God." • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday i^trning services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: "Fear of the Almighty and Respect for Our People." At 5:30 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on Ethics of the Fathers. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class in Talmud is scheduled Tuesdays at 6 p.m. • • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate and speak on the topic: "The Jewish Family and Its Place in the Community." Choir will assist in rendering the musical portions of the liturgy: 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 Shalos Seudos. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday Sorrento hotel was scene of a 'midget musicale' attended by some 500 persons last week. Sixty of the piano students of Mrs. David Hess. 2190 SW 10th St., appeared in performance and ranged in age from five to 17. Shown are Carol Crombie, Lori Adler, Clifford Herrman, Richard Merkin, Michael Engelman, Nancy Lazarus, Marsha Friedberg, Joan Frame, Gail Lazarus, Roy Engelman, Carol Shepard, Frank Jones. Claire Goldhagen, Arlyne Tendrich, Arlene Rubenstein, Sara Robinson, Helene Tendrich, David Rosnick, Jay Hess, Dina Landis, Peter Steinberg, Frank Wheatley, Diana Grimes, Susan Parker, Mrs. David A. Hess. Bryna Tashma, Barbara Idov, Bruce Scheinhoft, Ann Goldhagen, Barbara Nabutovsky, Beverly Marks, Irene Rubin, Gail Kantor. Susan Siegel, Ellen Grossman, Renee Idov, Phyllis Schonwetter, Louise Hess, Marcia Sobel, Anastacia Panesis, Judy Binder, Linda Chaiken, Barbara Rosnick, Marsha Hellman, Myron Mass, Arlene Levitt, Janice Iorio. Johanna Stein, Howard Tendrich. Gail White, Diane Cohen, Barbara Melnick, Carol Friedberg, Mark Steinberg, Marcia Robinson, Donald Bogish, Sheila Cohen, Hazel Miller, Jerry Shevin, Dale Engelman, Cynthia Bott and Stuart Silverman. Flamingo Lodge, Chapter To Attend Convention M Heading the Flamingo chapter Bernard Levine, president of Attending with Levine will be £S" ** J £ Flamingo Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will head a delegation from his group to the District 5 convention in Washington, D.C. this weekend. morning services are at 8:30. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perl, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Kirschbaum, president. With her Jack Kirschbaum, past president, ^i, ^ Mrs David Sacns first vice and Theodore Robinson, also past president; and Mrs. Joe Newman, president. past president. i CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "People of Vision and faith." Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Philip, son of Judge and Mrs. William Pallot, 3516 Alhambra cir., will become Bar Mitzvah. He will address the congregation on the theme: "Love and Respect in the Jewish Home." 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PAGE 10 A Sanderson to Head Vocational Service Jewi;*h Family Service Wednes day announced that Dr. Herbert Sanderson has taken over the position of director of its Vocational Service Department. Dr. Sander son conies to Miami from the I'm varsity of Buffalo, where he BW been a counselor in the I "nivei sitjr's Vocational Counseling Cen ter. For four yearprior to that, he ;h director Of the vocational MTV ice program of the Buffalo Jewish Conununit) Services Sotiet} He holds the PhD degree from New York University in Clinical Psychology. In i<54. he published i basic work in the field of raca tional guidance, "Basic Concepts in Vocational Guidance with the coming of Dr. Sander son. Jewish Family Service eom plete> its initial organization of its vocational services. In November 1953. the agency had assumed re sponsibility for the administration ol the Jewish-JV'ocational Wor '' shop, a sheltered workshop which provides employment for persons unable to obtain work in the nor mal labor market for health reasons. At that time, a program of job placement and COUnselln initialed, which ha> emph. service for the vocational!) handi capped Nearl) 1.200 individuals have turned to this department for help, and there have been some 150 job placements of vocationally handicapped individuals since. Herbert B Scher. local businessman who has served as chairman Ol this program, reports ihat most handicapped people need pi sional understanding and much individual attention if the> are to make full use of their capacities "Many,' be mid, "are fearful of failure and need to have i better understanding oi "hat tho> them selves eafl do, and to be re.is-ured as they make their first adjust merits to employment Joke Box JonWrte DM at Community Center A Julte Box Jafriboree dance will be sponsored by the newly reorI ganized Young Adult League of the | Greater Miami Jewish Center on Sunday evening. June 26. at 450 SW 16 ave. it was announced by (Jerry Rothbard. president This is the first of a aeries ol major events being sponsored for i the summer months. Serving on the dance committee are Marvin Ellis, David Kolodny. Daisy Tibor. Miriam Rushall, Aviva Kaminetzky. Ed Su.s.skin. Howard Eldot. Marvin Shaberman. Leonard Goat, Howard Hecker. Sam Bellinkoff. Jerry' Phillipps and Sonny Freeman Bi Dr. Hrrkerl Samdtrit* New Luxury Chateau Motel to Open On Collins Avenue and Oceanfront A new and distinctive motel 'The Chateau." designed as a whole new world of vacation pleasure." will add its lustre to the motel SCOM when it opens its doorfor its first guests next week The full) .HI conditioned 170room motel, whose dCCOT ia blending ol the famed French Provincial, with the lightness id Amor i ,n modern ilocated %  •< lflist si and Collins ave., Miami Beach The structure represents an investment of over Sl.500.000 Its outside appearance is an accurate reproduction ol a French Chateau including gabled rool ..'•'! exposed whit. 1 beams The motel is locati i .HI a lot 425 feet deep with a fool -e on Collins ave and the ocean On the main floor is a reception room and a main lobby ol o.ir 4.000 square feet 2.500 %  luare feet of glass walls live the %  full clear view ol the Atlantic ocean An unusual innovation will be the bird cage which will be the cal point in thr there will also le a i ard %  • %  .rn md .. rk Iloor rumpus room which will have its built-iB TV theatre and woodhum..' i fireplace Billiard, pmgponu and shuffleboard tables will ..t>le for the guest leisure time pleasure The individually controlled air ( inditioned rooflM of the bedroom, studio and kitchenette typo, have adjoining doors to enable them to be utilized as suites Within the rooms themselves, the guests will lind turniture which has boon sfX cially made to -imulaU the French look with a modern air largest frontage of ocean bathing along motel row has a lirye. kidney shaped pool, with a special area for the kiddies Also in this area, there is ., drum;' range for the golfer and a putting green for the duffer, in addition to a barbecue pit lor nightly song feati and dances news is the supervised play area which will have kiddie ride>. where parents can leave their children while relaxing. Sure to catch the favor of the stayer-upper" ithe Champagne room, which will feature free champacne cocktails for guests ;it i i ,i h da) The intimate cocktail lounge, designed bj Bill Simmons, features i circular bar. which has been sunk into the ground and a huge six foot ornamental chanipagne glass, with its ever present bubbles is the piece d resistance of the room A circular dance flOOf and stage (or the orchestra, completes the room The coffee shop and snack bar is a replica of "Ye olde candy shoppe" with jar.s of licorice, gum drop-, peppermint sticks and bon Ixm.s adorning the walls A side walk cafe outside the glass enclosure glass walls will be utilized bv %  i "i An innovation, sure to set i mgues wagging, is the drive in ibby. which will permit the tired traveller to remster without leaving car. planned is a nursery building in the center of the area, which will permit parents to go out for the evening and leave their off spring in safe, competent hands, while they enjoy a "night on the town Owners and operators of the new motel are Sol Taphn. Arthur. Jack and Gilbert Courshon The huge emblem of the cha Father's Day Fete teau. a golden sunburst hung from brass coach horns has been wove n into the fabrics of the drapes and carpeting Wallpaper throughout the rooms has been made specially for the Chateau, and one wall reflects shutter doors, the other bookcases, and the third gr..-s doth The beach area, consisting of the Father day celebration will l>c held Sunday evening. June 19. in the Dora August Auditorium at 500 SW 17'h ave Mr and MrAl Zil man are chairmen of the affair which is being sponsored by the Sisterhood at Congregation Beth Fl Honor Roll Pupils Listed on Beach At the closing assembly of the religious school of Temple Emanu El held last w eek. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. chairman of the school board, announced the following attendance honor roll Daily Religious School class LA Jo An I-ebow. cla-IB Warren Bertner. Gerald Nash; class U — Virginia Gordon, Sheldon Rose; elan ID Kenneth Heffner. Lee Ostroff; class 2B Ffrem I.ieber; (lass 2C Philip COKM; class |A— Jerome (have-. Marsha Cohen. Kussel Herman. Howard Hirschfield; clas. 3BMartin Mainster. Fred l.ane. grade 4 -Stuart Auerbach and grade 5—Elliott Fnedvald Sunday School Kindergarten A— John C ohen; Kindergarten B Eli Mizrachi. Vicki Rei-er class 1A— Daniel Abelow. James Frehling, Eileen Greenfield. Martha Hirsch. Mark Klempner. Allan Levi. William Segal; class IB—Ray Appelbaum. David Bertner. Leslie Goldman, Jeffrey Hillman. Philip Rabin; class 2A—Bonnie Cypen, Janet Halpern. Marilyn Jacobson. Steven Kaplan. Richard Leventhal. Robert A Nathan. Robin Turk. Romelle Weinkle Class 2B—David Epstein. Ross IHouston Sanna Mizrachi. Joseph Plotkin. class 2< Kdward Grayson. Judy Malschick. BUI) Bo-en garten Carol Trent, class 3 — Diane Klempner. Barbara New man, Beverly Peyton. Beverly Sin-k.. Steven Wasserman. Harriet Weitzman. Susan Yunes; class :(B nfelvin Katz. Karen Shames, Melody Sternolf: grade 4—Michael Berger. Mimi Buchsbaum. Ronald Deblinger. Susan Gelber. Steven Goldstnn Carol Greenberg. Harriet Katz. David Ku!k. Bonnie Morris. grade 5 Linda Adelman. Gloria Brickman. Elizabeth Block. Linda Gordon. Pamela Greene. Harris 'Goodman. Nancy Krenberg. Karen HoMhthal. Sandra Schunng; class 8 Shirley Appelbaum. Joan Balkin. Wendy Schwartz Dr. Wolf son to Speak Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st and Ocean ct„ will meet Sundayevening. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author of "The Road to Health and Happier Living" and the recently published book. "Live a Hundred Years Happily." will give the fourth lecture on "The Art of Living." daughter ^ I F -^lM.>rn?;;.*t N::le May ,3 •*! s,, n horn to'w, Dubov May i 3 Mr S n *>rn I., v r Mt Lewis May 1^ s ">'ler May H *"' I pen May 4 Elliott Greene Ma, %  j W '' '"'rntoy.r'uj, Fine May 3. Haunter born to 1 Mid ael Ross M„ 3 Son horn to Mr —I Rolle Ma) 2 *' I Son horn to Mr MJI I ham Cohen Mav 1 L i Daughter born to tl James Teitelbaum MnJ 1 Son born to Mr ind| Forman Apr 29. Daughter born to fcl Charles Greenbtrg A] RELIGIOUS CHQQL MIAMI ISACH. FLORIDA Keren/Im\ BANNER CLA9* Michael Oritt. student chairman of the eiahth an Ami conference ol Temple Beth Sholom reliaicus 1 sents a check for $1,000 to Ralph Spere. Temps) ] Thin is part payment ol the pupils' pledge '.0 pu install the Eternal Light in the new Beth Shoiomi now being erected. Sixteen other local and nationdl wore also beneficiaries oi Keren Ami funds, totalling! tional $1,000. Men's Club to Meet Men s Club of Temple F.msnuKl will meet on Wednesday evening. June 22. in the social hall, announced Allen Goldberg, president GOOD NWS FOR All MIAHIANS I ... THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT Will Re-open Friday, June 24th, for its Sum"*! FAMOUS rot mt MOST MIX/OOS KOJHW toot Ctrm, tt WsddMfs, tar MHivehi, iaehrtnarisi "^ 791 WASHINGTON AVHNUt TEllrHOW osy uROMtWg v~1— uieie >• KOSHER. TOO ...m COSTS HO MORE' i i This (U> aa ami" 1 "? w-"^i1 Hf* *!Z**p\ tssw** .5" uh ,,.. 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17. 1955 imSkop Named inator of ippeal lornA Skop. spiritual |hc Coral Gabltsi Jewuh accepted the position Btinu chairman for the |j),-,_v Israel Bond appeals, bounced by Seymour Ugh Holy Day chairman Eater Miami State of Is(iimmittee. gaid that Rabbi Skon |)i:participation in the I Day bond program tosettinfl up of intensive Ilia m synagogues here I, Hashonah and Yom .p accepted the post at Ijiist week of the Rabbinlilt ion of Greater Miami. •Jetrisiinp rMinr PAGE 11 A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN thnt. the undersigned, Meshing to engage In business under the fictitious n.nii of -TIAKT S JI'VEXII.K SHOE STORE ua<\ BTl'ABTh STURDY SHOES, al H(tS Washington avenue .inil 7745 COl11 e M in in i i:. i. ii intends to regj tir said name with the Clerk of I • Circuit Court o( Dade County, HERBERT N. BTEELE, Owner I — 7/1-8 Beth David students who participated in recent city-wide qraduation exercises sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education include (left to right) Cynthia Bolt, Edward Leviten, Joel Kutnick. Dale Handshu, Jerome Spector and Allen Goldman. Beth David faculty member Louis Gadon looks on. Dale was presented with the Jacob and Adele Kaplan Award for having attained the highest grade in the city-wide graduation examination. The 12-year-old Shenandoah elementary school student is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Handshu. Pioneer Women Plan October Meet When Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami meets for its fin al session of the fiscal year at the Flagler Schedules Siyum Hatorah SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32 %  _. i W0U10 LIKI TO MEET YOUNG UOY Sunday afternoon, Flagler-Gra-; _„,_.„ 25-35. Write Mr. I. and nada Jewish Community Center j[o phone number, Box 2973, Miami will celebrate another Siyum Half. lebbi Morris Skop home of Mrs Charles Lefkove, 2300l l oran il was ann< >unced by Joseph jSW 4th ave., on Tuesday afterMasters, chairman of religious acnoon, June 21, one of the bright tivities committee of the Center nnr! S fr f m ,h M ""V !" £H ^-M !" "! The T rah %  %  Wi De f rmal port from Mrs. Anna Sonn-Bild on ... .___„ u „ ... Pioneer Women projects she re; ,J P resen,ed bv Mr !" <* Mrs. Ab;viewed on her recent trip to Kur laham Glaser. of 4765 SW 3rd st.. ope and Israel with Councilman l0 Harold Strumpf, president of Harold Shapiros group. 'the (enter, was donated by their Important business on the agen-j children. Mr. and Mrs. Albert List, S !h C „' U i l I t S h Sl ''T ,i n 1 0 f rtcleg ( a,es l of Byrom. Conn., in honor of Mr. to the 14th national convention.,,, .,__. marking the 30th anniversary of Glaser s b,r h Pioneer Women, which will be held | Rcv '• 00 Heim. religious leader October 22 to 27 at the King F.d -I of the Center, will officiate at the ward hotel in Toronto. Ontario.' ceremony and narrate a cantata, '.'What is Torah?" He will be asNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undei signed, i 17-21 — 7/1 -S THE BIST GIFT FOB GRADUATION, BIRTHDAY or ANNIVfRSARY is a State of Israel Bond Call Mayshic JE 8-4969 Can. Kxpectcd from national head |ng l.chrman. of Temple quarterby the Una] meeting, at*** the J"£ ** %  i under | presided. cordiaj to Mrs beae Pushkin, pre*e direction of Mildred Draiser. In the Coral Gables B'nai ident. i~ confirmation that Greater Kabbi Henry Okalica. spiritual i he and a member of the Miami Council has fulfilled itlarleader of the North Dade Jewish-I t.ii,Rabbinical Associa L'ost quota in history and will be Centeri w ill be principal speaker ,i Skna said that "in added to the Pioneer Women hon of trouble and turmoil'or roll before convention time. : J !" "" % %  Toran *J*~, ,_ [we must especially show! I Rabbl Mnrrls A Sko Pof he tin its future by investing The Child Rescue fund, which | Coral Gables Jewish Center, will V>nds. thus providing the'has Mrs. Louis Marcus as chairman, i Dr ing greetings from the AssociaSupport that would help will benefit from a boat ride| tion of Florida Rabbis, of which le of Israel help th<-m-; aboard the Seven Seas, planned by; ne is president. He will also de i Pioneer Women Club 2, for 5 p.m., i i jver ne benediction. YOUNG BUSINESSMAN Leaving soon for London, Paris, Switzerland, Italy, Athens, Istanbul, Madrid, Lisbon and Israel, will accept limited number of personal or business errands. P. 0. Box 21, Miami Beach 39, Fla. References. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 35488-B In It.: ESTATE "IJOSEPH CHINICH, Deceased To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each or .Mm. are hereby notified and required to present anj talma and demands which you, or either of you. ma] have against the state of Ji IBEI'H I HIM' n di ed late of Dade County. Florida, i" the Honorable Count) Judges of Dade County, .mil file the same In theii r, th< bounty lourthouse In Had,. County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims in demands to contain th i quired t" serve ; %  copy • %  your Answer or Pleading to the mil of Complaint on the iilaintitf's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, J6H W. Hagler Street. Miami. Florida, smi file the oi Pleading %  <> the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on en before ti"' i y th da) of Jiilv, |Ki. If you rail to do so, Judgment by default arlll be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Thin notice shall i>e published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thin Hlh day "f June. A.D. K V,. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By L, BNEEDEN. (Circuit court Beal) Deputy clerk iii:Nitv M CAIN Attorney for I'lalnliff till \\ Klagler Street, Miami, Florida 6 17-at — 7/l-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that th,uiuli-r Igned, desiring t" engi business under the flctftlous nil BOCTHEAST FLORIDA A DADE COI \rv YOUTH FAIR, Intends to nsgister said name with tne t lerk of the Circuit Court "i Dad* County, r DADB COUNTY BOYS l-H CLUB LEADERS ASSOCIATION (a Florida non-profit corporation! MORTON BEIGEL Attorney for Applicants %  n. i Blacayna l'hlK. I I7- — 7/1-S •Th. Or** ***** pMoki; NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC THE 1955 DADE COUNTY TAX ASSESSMENT ROLL will be open for public inspection after June 15th ROOM 242 COUNTY COURTHOUSE JOHN A. GAUTIER Dade County Tax Assessor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I" en^itsc I" business under the fictitious name of RITZ HOTEL, at Miami. Florida, ln,, n,K I gister said name with the Clark of the circuit Court of Daaa • %  u '" v ''""^VIAV,,. BASS Ml It I AM BASS MAX OBOVITZ R1T1I OROVITZ AARON M, KANNER Mi,, v for Kavhl Bass, Miriam Bast Mas OrovlU, RutB Orovits il .17-21 — 7/1-S ^^^__ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desliing to engage in business under the fictitious name 01 ROYALTON HOTEL, at Miami. Florida,, intends to register said name with the Clerk Ol the circuit Com I ,,( Dade County, Florida. FI.AULKK LEASES. INC., a Florida corporation AARON' M. KANNER, Bq. Aliornev for Mngler Leases. Inc. 6/17-24 — 7/1-8 75i_ ^ (ll ST BROS fcv, a? i



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U NWS VISIT 1C0URAGIS ISRAEL yfewislb-Ellioiriidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 19$5 SECTION B ADLAI STEVENSON MEETS JERRY LEWIS OBJE CTIVE $100 ,000,000 BY END Of 'SS ibined Jewish Appeal Slates tergency Cash Drive Week Here Berinstein Elected National Campaign Chairman for Bonds for Immediate Need of Agencies forward by an emergen-, Sam A. Goldstein immediately n the United Jewish Ap-,called into session his key work [for immediate cash — local k leaders have undertakan for the purpose ol designating ...> • I June 17 to 24 as "CJA Cash Week" iw t moving one week collec%  during which time a concentrated I to redeem all pledges appeal will be made to all contrib I the Combined Jewish utors who have "pledged, urging 'cash payments as soon as possible nt call for funds.reach-1 "We are grateful to the ester Miami CJA officials 10,000 persons who pledged and week following the nagave to CJA in our recent drive." mobilization confersaid Federation president Stanley iv I'.IA in Washington, C, Myers at the collections com -h by national conclave was mittee meeting, "However, only a raise immediate cash redeemed pledge can go to work Jewish needs around the add provide the wherewithal for ,1 "to commemorate a hospitals, homes tor the aged and i humanitarian achieve other Institutions to continue to serve our Jewish families." He committee chairman urged putstanding pledges to be paid during "Cash Week" to meet iria Reinstates Subsidy "'" ri """'-', In taking this action, portion of the CJA allocation • overruled a governwool I be made available by the •. immendation to slash local community to the national I to S18.000 this year United Jewish Appeal as this inue them altogether areas -hare in the nationwide in cash mobilization Mew officers, drawn from the top hvels of American Jewish communal leadership, were announced thin week for the worldwide operations of the State of Israel Bond Organization, involving the raising of S350.000,000 for tha economic development of Israel in the next four years. The new Isrrol Fond officers are, top (left to right), Abraham Feinberg, president; Morris W. Berinstein, national campaign chairman; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president; Joseph Shulman, chairman, executive committee. Bottom (left to right) are Jack D. Weiler, treasurer; Dewey D. Stone, member of the beard of directors; Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky. chairman. Women's Division; and Judge Louis E. Leventhal, chairman, "Guardians of Israel." MIAMI'S ISRAEL BOND LEADERS RECEIVE AWARDS r\ NEW YORK—Morn; W. Berinstein. of Syracuse. N.Y.. who has been in the forefront of national leadership in fund raising for Israel during the past decade, has been elected national campaign chairman for Israel Bonds, it was announced recently by Abraham •otal amount of Israel Bonds sold since the State of Israel floated its first issue in May. 1951. The attention of the D.C.I, leadership. Feinberg said, is now being concentrated on making June "a highly productive month in Bond ,-ale-.'' I)r Joseph J. SchFeinber". president of the Devel i wart/, vice president, has embarkopment Corporation for Israel. The D.C.I, recently asBUBMd responsibility for the sale of Israel Development Bonds in the United States and other countries of the democratic world. Feinberg also announced the election of Joseph Shulman, Pater son, N.J.. as chairman of the executive committee of the bond organMilwaukee. Detroit ization; Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky. I City. ed on a strenuous tour of major cities to spur campaign activities. Dr. Schwartz started his tour at Cleveland and then went on to Toledo and Pittsburgh. In addition to these three communities, his Jun" schedule includes Pater^on. N.J.. Washington. D.C.. Atlanta. Baltimore. Newark. New Haven, and Kansas of East Orange. N.J.. chairman of the National Women's Division; Berinstein, newly elected national campaign chairman, is a name ilUW'MUl TW....... J ~..~ ;.---------and Judge Louis E. Levinthal. of tional campaign chairman Of the It c Special Awards brunch held in the |oyal Palm hotel. Jacob Sher. Greater Mini chairman lor Israel Bonds, makes spepal presentations to these women for high pnking bond sales. Chairman Sher awards beautifully-bound Jerusalem Bibles to Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Ida Bookspan and Mrs. Sarah Goldman. Miss Lillian Goodman received the award of a weekend for two at the Nautilus hotel. Mrs. Monte Selig. women's division chairman, looks on. I Philadelphia, chairman of Guardians of Israel. Objective of the Israel Bond campaign in the United States. Canada, Latin America and Western Europe is to bring the sale of Israel Development Bonds to $100.000.000 by the end of 1955. Feinberg said. The Development Issue of Israel Bonds was inaugurated in May, 1954. Since that time, more 'than S45.000.0O0 has been sold, bringing to $190.000.000 the Mrs. Wernick Participates In Three-Day Conference United Jewish Appeal and a former campaign chairman of the Jewish Welfare Fund of Syracuse. Shulman is a member of the national campaign cabinet of the Unted Jewish Appeal and is a formi.chairman of its Metropolitan Division. He served as vice president of the Paterson Jewish Community Council from 1946 to 1949. and lias held leading posts in a variety of other communal agencies. Airs. Stavitsky has been for more than a decade a leading figure in civic and philanthropic work. She has served as New Jersey chairman of the Women's Division of Mn. Henry Wernick, Sans Souci the Israel Bond drive and has been hotel. Miami Beach, president Ol active in many Jewish organizathe Southeast Branch of the Na-' t urns and campaigns. Judge Levintional Women's League. United thai, one of the most distinguishSynagogue of America, participated leaders of American Jewry and ed In the threed..y conference a former president of the Zionist held this week at the Statler ho( Organization of America, has been hi in New York, which brought identified with work for Israel for together area leaders and activity many years. One of America's outehainmn of the organization from standing jurists. Judge Levinthal all over the I'nited States and seived as advisor on Jewish AfCanada Mrs to the American Military Vlans for the coming year in Command in Europe under Genprogramming, education, f u n d eral L ucius P. Clav. raising, social action, youthw* s^i^, Day Donee and organization were developed i ^ Greater Miami Israel Bond chaiman Jacob s her (second from left) presents special awards to the tour top Israel bond salesmen at a special brunch held last Thursday the Royal Palm hotel. Accepting awards the itoyai r Mintzes, Mashie PrfeaCJ SrsSiarPress and Scan tap. M^on'teleUg. division leader, looks on. in are in the sessions. They will be imiplemented in the 612 Synagogue Sisterhood groups with a membership of 160,000, located in towns and cities all over the United States and Canada. i', Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center has planned a Father's Day dance at the Nautilus hotel on Sunday evening, June 19. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Irving Denmark.



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PAGE 2 B +.klsi>ntrk#*r District Youth Gird For BBYO Confab Two Hundred and Twenty Five youth representing th states of Florida. Georgia. South Carolina, North Carolina. Virginia. Maryland, and Washington. DC. will convene at Camp Blue Star. Hendersonville. N.C.. from June 23 through 28 at the District 5 B'nai "rith Youth Organization convention, it was announced by District presidents Howard Miller and Myr na Smith, respectively, presidents Ol the Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls Theme of the convention will be "BBYO B'nai Brith and the Jewish Tercentenary." Kickoff speaker will be Dr. Leon Feldman. A-heville. N.C., and outstanding quests will include Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, national BBYO commissioner, representing District 5; Sydney Adler. Florida BBYO chair man; Peter Rosedale. Past Grand Aleph Godol. Miss Micki Kaner. national president of BBG: and Melvifl Galln, Past District Aleph Godol. Focus of the convention will be on activity rather than discussion The activity will be in the nature I HI workshops which will include! religious, social athletic and cul-l tural. including photography, dra-i n Ah dam newspaper and tag Featured at the < tion will which lional B'nai dents who completed their fresh man course: Miss Frances Jeroslow. Brooklyn. N.Y.; Miss Mary Anne Morris, Fort Pierce. Fla.; Miss Mildred Northam, Miami; Miss Helen Schnitman. Rochester. NY.: Mrs. Helen Stafford. St. Laois, Mo.; Miss Mary Alma Wal Mount Sinai Hospital School ofjker. Vero Beach. Fla.; and Miss Budget Allotment Moifflt Sinai Decision Due on Nursing School By Appeal Board r u F, official mec::. *r <"' frddUdTCS NKK newly elected board of noverrmi *i£^5K. neMTh^dt Kt %  '*-* %  ning. June 23. Lodge. 955 Alton rd. Fla HWfCua and capping axereJana on J un e 0. I Samuel (.ertner. executive director ,of the hospital, announce! According to Stanley C Myers, i Graduating class consisted of Federation president, major Item nlIu students Miss Marcia Broacl-; p ractle; on the agenda will he a decision w ,.|i Miami: MisDel.oiButler. by the board on recommendationof the budget committee for allo cations to national, overseas and local beneficiary agencies Apuch institutions m ': %  ljlrina Martm Mlami proximately 55 s anincluded in the Combined Jewish Appeal which recently completed it1955 campaign. Myers further announced that the executive committee will be elected at the meeting Named as members ol a nominating com mittee to select community lead %  rwho will serve with the executive committee are Mrs. I.eo Ackerman, Mrs. George chertkof. MrAaron Parr, Harry Gordon, Fred K Shochet. Bernard Stcvcnand Barry Zukernick. Also included in the agenda munal planning problems which .tion will face in the com will be a review and consideration of the numerous welfare and comInfl year. Coral GableMiSande Fischer. Coral Gable-. MisMary Rita Fo lev. Miami; MiC.ail Marsh, Mi MiRuth ReinitZ, Oxford. N.C.: Mrs Ada Kubczynska. England; and Miss Dalia Topolansky. Haifa. Israel Caps were awarded to seven stuMrs. Monte Selig. chairman of the Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing advisory committee, presided at the ceremony Speakers were Mrs Louis Glasser. president of Mount Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary: Mrs. H. Frank lin Williams, honorary member, advisory committee of the School of Practical Nursing: Dan B. Rus kin, vice president of Mount Sinai Hospital: and Gertner. amiw.Mft* loo* for ft,, t SHn ^ THURMORI MONUMENT CO, MAM(BI$4||| hM Cemetery (kn, 0f Swdayi y^.. B'rith c ontests will also be hiii! in oratory, discussion, telling d Allapattah Branch of Dade Federal Savings, Loan fo Mark Anniversary Vllapattah branch office ol ; %  and Loan Associs • 1400 NU 38th -t sixth anniversary : iy, Juni 17 it was sis years ago that Dade •' deral's i men! taw the need for suburban brancheSai n members, due 11 increasing traffic and insufficient parking in the metropolitan irea were findinf it difficult to \i-it the association's main office. according, to .i.-eph M. Lipton, president <>l Dade Federal It was a matter of taking our services 'out" to stetsons whan many of our members lived That (hiservice was needed and appro ciated is reflected in the outstanding growth of our branches The Allapattah branch, when it first opened in June ol 1949 was hard pressed to keep up with the folks who wanted to open savings accounts. 1.244 were opened in 12 hours. Today, the Allapattah branch has mure than 13.500 saving! member-, more than 2.400 home loan memberand it i-till growing, itassets awed 14 nillion dollarAllapattah branch paces a comparative growth in Dade Federal'! other two branches More than 8Ul'l) till' locati d ; 1M1 SW 8tl) -t and new EdtBOD Center Branch, at 57ft NW 7th tv< which il a little less than .< war ago, already hamore the 1,900 members In Hade Federal's tour offices then a combined total of more than 5ti 000 savings and home loan member-, and assets total more than 77 million dollarThe Allapattah Branch will celebrate its anniversary with an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Frida> The Association will have free refresh Bents, free entertainment, souvenirand candy for each lady Mr Lipton also announced that the Allapattah branch will be open for bu.siness as usual PEISOKAIIZED SERV "AtT" "MAUIV" "MAT" COULTON BROS. 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Lav. TU NE 17, 1955 Ion Appointed [airman of JWB Immittee ^J^MncrMter H. White, of president of the Houston, Southern f the National Jewish ',,;. gnard. inhlAdxed the se%  r oi. Knpxville. Tern., as the in ,f the fenfti'aTimiai mecti the Southern Section, NoKT 19 to 20. in.uncement, which was made Veterans Group Appoints Smothers to Board U.S. Senator (ieoryp Smalhers of Florida hag been unanimously elected honorary member of the national convention board of di rectors of the Jewish \\ ,, r Veter ans .f the Inited States. The Senator has been notified ( ,| the denignatlon hy Harry H. Cohen, of Miami Beach, president of the organization. The veterans yroup will hold its 60th national convention Oct. 25 through 31 at Miami Beach. Smathers said ho la "looking forward to attending the convention"' and ex pressed his appreciation to Cohen "for the honor" of his election to the board. Beach Lodge Plans \ Patriotic Day Rally Michael Sossin. president of Mi| ami Beach Lodge. Bnai B'rith, announced Wednesday that the annual Patriotic Day rally sponsored by the Lodge will be held at Flamingo I'ark Band Shell on Monday, July 4.. Jack M. fink has been appointed chairman. Beach Lodge has sponsored this community-wide rally for the past eight years. The program planned currently will tie in with the observance of the 40th anniversary of the founding of Miami Beach. Serving on the committee with "'• Cershon S. Miller, Harry Mewmark. Charles H. Lee. Burnett Roth. David Schwartz. Meyer Teigman and Gilbert .1. Balkin. Lubitch Film Slated "the Love Parade," starring Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald, will be presented as part of the Film Classics series of the Miami Public Library on Thursday evening, June 23, at One Biscayne blvd. The Ernst Lubitch production is f r o m the Museum of Modern Art collection in NewYork. To Form Social Group Meeting of young adults, age 18 and over, will be held at Monticello Park Congregation Sunday evening. In charge of information is Rhoda Stern. Purpose of the meeting is to organize a social group for the North Beach area. Miss Stern revealed. PAGE 31 UM Symphony Club Reelects Mrs. Wolf son Mrs. Mitchell Wolfsan was reelected as president of the Symphony Club of the University of Miami at a board of directors recent meeting held at her home. Her officers include four who were reeleeted and four who are new: Mrs Comer J. Kimball (new), first vice president; Mrs. Franz Stewart, second vice president; Mrs. James M. Godard (new), third vice president. Mrs. Robert A. Peterson (new), I fourth vice president; Mrs. RichI ard Wolfson, treasurer; Mrs. Monte ISelig, assistant treasurer; Mrs. | Warren Freeman, .corresponding I secretary. lean Kaplan a meeting o' the board of of the Southern Section [r June 4 to 5, was accom id by the appointment of Leon in, i'i Miami, as chairman of low-.ill convention committee. Id M. Blumberg. of Knoxville. nted local chairman of ection annual meeting. ;, is the immediate past E.Urt of the Southern Section [pit president of the Greater L Jewish Community Centers bi on. limber is a key lay leader ply :-;nown throughout the kn f( r his affiliation with many |i Jewish organizations. ibrew University teks to Attract S Students %  Icr Miami Chapter, Amer • • nds of the Hebrew L'ni pity, this week revealed a new I' tig made available that will amians to study at He verslty with costs reducI'tci the barest minimum." Irs Oida Rubin, president of chaj.;er, said that "under ordic irt jmstances, the cost would [l'! %  mtive for all but a handol the well-to-do.*' careful planning, however, the |\< r-itv has set th* cost of study a linl year at $1,700 per stult Affording to Mrs. Rubin, this wi.'l include transportation. pon, lood and board, tours, |i and incidentals. fin addition, the Jewish Agen[the :>rael Government and the lencan Friends have provided nest sums for partial scholarp>> fcr needy students," Mrs. bin sad. the plan makes certain that the uvidual college student's edu|in will not be interrupted. Ice -Indies at Hebrew Univerincljde the courses normally kedultd by any American colic. col M.I.T. Club Plans feting at Pop Concert Kenneth Armstrong, Opa-Locka lecti r of planning, was official "ate to commencement and Jnini day ceremonies at the Jis-achjsetts Institute of Tech <>L) (n Monday, it was announcIhere hy William Sussman, pres pit of the M.I.T. Club of South prida. Sussman. a Miami Beach builder i director of the Greater Miami ih Community Center, also anuneed that the next meeting of i local MIT. Club will be on %  Jy 10, when members will atrjthr pop concert at the Miami farti Auditorium. ]*+"J*i*"r'. .;**•" U&"* '-*•*" •>*' MIAMI fT1AU0ERDAIE UBMfl 19^31 >" lOgon 4-1*11 i SOUTH DADB P HONI Hemeilead 1432,1459 ^opooh Rood A Moody Dn, PRODUCTS and SERVICES Certified Concrete Building end Column Blocks • N Central ond Transit-Mixed Concrete • Concrete Aggregates • Concrete Joists • Dox System for Floors and Roofs • Prestressed Beams • Precast Channel Slabs • large Precast Wall Panels • Cement • Rock • Sand • Cement, Slump, Fire and Common Brick • Ranch Stone • Stepping Stones • Reinforcing Steel • lumber • Millwork • Plastering Materials • Vermkulite Products • Roofing Materials • Builders' Hardware • Builders' Supplies e / Maule Trowel Mix • Maule Stucco Mix 100% Construction loom Improvement loon* ^ %  i



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ft! V VI GROSS 11V — *PTt*r*r***> .— • c .'•mil in U Nu's Visit a Shot in Israel's Lonely Arm 3 Last week a visitor came to Israel, a rather special Quest whose visit held a great and encouraging meaning for the men and women of the Jewish State. He came from very far away and whenever and wherever Israelis caught a glimpse of the distin guished sightseer they knew that they were less alone and less isolated than they had been before His name: V Nu. His nationality: Burmese. His occupation: Prime Minister. He came to Israel on an official visit, as head of state, to see and hear and meet with friends. And there was something about those days he spent with us that was a story complete in itself In many ways it is not easy to be an Israeli. One of the hardships is this increasing sense •jf being cut away from the mainstream of world ill airs. Unable to breach the basic difference between the democracy that is fundamental to the I-rael way of life and the demands of dictatorship that are inherent to the Soviet plan. Israel, long in-fore the Moscow and Prague trials, was unable to identify with the communist bloc. The powers of the West, hot in pursuit of what (hey see as Arab favor, have been careless with the Jewish State, and have made a feeling of belonging hard for the average Israeli to sustain around the rloek. And Asia? Whatever hopes might have existed In lore the Bandung conference, Israelis coped with i considerable hurt after it—for the newly minted republics of the Far East had excluded Israel from the conference, had passed a hostile resolution on Lsrael in favor of the Arabs despite Israels absence. There were not many friends in the troubled world of 1955—only the Jewish communities stood steadI ,t and here and there an odd ally or two. Such was the land of Burma. Whether or not a similar struggle had served to •reate a kinship, whether the similarity in the philosophies of the leading political party, whether the .imilar makeup of the government—or whether primarily there was something alike in the deepest aims'of both peoples, something came into being ietween Burma and Israel. Both prior to and at Bandung. Burma spoke on behalf of Israel. And then I Nu. en route to the United States, decided to come ind see for himself The red carpet was rolled out. The welcome extended to him by the Government was vast. Speeches were made. Compliments exchanged. All according to Hoyla. But something else greeted U Nu. The heartfelt fondness of a nation no longer quite so alone and cut-off A genuine, almost overwhelming interest and eagerness to come closer Now. he had seen for himself and he was excited. And all of Israel is cheered and warmed. This is the kind of recognition that matters most, and the gaining of a friend is a matter of moment for the citizens of Israel in these dark and uncertain days. DAY i D S4HWARTZ — RaLbis Cautioned Not All Jews are True Sages This IN the Mason when rabhiniuilcntCOOK forth from the seminaries looking for pulpits. i u I sjrmpathilt with them. They are in an unenviable posi tion. They are out to fight sin N 'U -in is one thins people do n. t like to cet rid of, It iprett> |)< polar or it couldn't have lasted -' long. First of all. the fledgling rabbi "Well." interrupted Rabbi Wise. "it's not so bad. There the rabbis chose the 'behemos' and here the behemos choose the rabbis Now Rabbi Wise knew that this witticism did not apply to the whole congregation, but lets face it, every member of a congregation is not a "Chochom If he were. they wouldn't need a rabbi. So we return to the fact that the wm the approval of the memyoung rabbi hag his problems, and ben ol a congregation and. with'I want to turn the tables on him. all respect to the members of the Usually the rabbis advise the layi %  nuregation. what do most of I man. Now let me offer some advice them know about the Rambam. o\er which the rabbinical student h plugged away through dreary' nightl They tell a story of the late Rabbi Stephen S, Wise dealing with h; presiding some 25 years ago at I Zionist conference, at which a ll known American Jew who h~d just returned from Palestine Have a discouraging report about the state of affairs there "The trouble." he said, -is the to >oung rabbirir-t of all. let him beware of the language in which he clothes his first sermon. There was the young rabbi who. in his trial sermon, used the phrase. "Judaism is at itpinnacle." One member of the congregation commented: ""He plays pinnochle — lets elect him." This misunderstanding had no bad effect The rabbi was elected. The member of the congregation tal lack of basic knowledge about | who thought he was getting a pinagriculture. Why when they havejnoehle player was. of course, disi hu> catle. they will call in the' appointed, but that too was not rdbbi as an expert." bad It served him right LKO\ M'TTERMA\ — Pardon Me, Adlai, but I'm Only After the Salt Shaker 352 • m THE ETHICS OF ISRAEL. By laraa! H. W.i,Hld Blech Publishing Company. By HILARY MINDLIN DR. ISRAEL WEISFELD. spiritual leader in Dall T cstes his third book 'To Jewish Youth—M a ,". !?.". Tex M *•; $# %  *• s. wit* ... fjtj • Become the Way of Life for the Children of faraer P* both an exhortation and a prayer. His volume present*)^ 1 Judaism from Biblical days down through the years on thrlT 9 ethical precepts necessary to man. that he mav, m the tronL? "Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God" The source for the whole system of Jewish ethics %  c~> the purpose of ethics is to persuade the individual to do hi2 own free will, it must reckon with the authority to hJ .L K likely to defer." Dr. Weisfeld points out. somewhat unZ,,11 'Ye shall be holy; for I the Lord your God am holy "T£ti Biblicah raison d'etre for Jewish ethics." Judaism believeYi possible for man to attain an emulation of God through adh. those virtues which God Himself practices. Accordingly, the first chapter is on God. and the second isni The other sections deal with man's relationship to God thmli relationships with his fellow men—through Brotherhood. Truth. Righteousness and Justice, to name a few of the chai ings. Faith and Prayer, although they may seem to be L directly with God. affect strongly the medium of man. for be i no faith will have no reason to live morally. Then. too. "he ski to include his fellowman in his prayers is a sinner • • • • STORIES AND parables enrich the book Man has three I relatives, wealth and his good deeds. When he is near death on them, but the first two are useless, for "Brother cannot! brother" and "Wealth is of no avail in the day ol wrath But tbel says, "When you approach God's judgment seat, you will find os and we will speak in your favor, as it is written Thy rig_. will advance before thee when the glory of God receives thee' 588). Then there is the case of the king who had some empty pi He said: "If I put hot water in them, they will burst if I put cokh | in. they will crack So he mixed cold and hot water together.| it in. and the goblets were uninjured. Even so God said. If] the world with the attribute of mercy, sin will multiply; if I e with the attribute of justice, how can it endure? So I will creattil both, and thxs it will endure." Dr. Weisfeld presents what is actually a guide to the Excerpts from the Bible. Talmud. Midrash. Judah HaLevi. Maim Philo and others are included; stimulating questions at the erti section relate abstract ethics to everyday practical probles&l "Should we practice honesty toward the crook'' The Jewish love for "It is written ." is well nurtured: written. DAYiD HOROWITZ — Hammarskjold in Favor of Direet Talks Adlai Stevenson was staying %  vernight at a small hotel in ralm Springs. When he came into the dining-room for break last in the morning, the only i ther guest present was JerryLewis, who rose from his seat Sit down, sit down." said StevenKMI deprecatingly "'What?" asked Jerry. "Cant I take the salt shaker from the rext table?" • • • According to Ed Wynn. any IBM who thinks ti.at old soldiers just fade away should try getting into his old uniform • • • Director Mervyn LeRoy says that Hollywood is now working


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k JUNE 17. 1955 ii Men's Club is Al Gerstein JersttJn has been elected fni of the Men's Club of MiInrow School and Congrcgaofficers II:IIIK' i :it a rect?* incliide "T'liartes rrfcrWow. Went; -tmir aWtfnwnfl^iirtn r n and Jack Stone, trcas Liebman to Head Miami Delegation wSHTSi B Llet """n. Miami, Beach attorney and member of the national executive of the Z()A will head the list of delegate* from the. various Zionist Urt-.-in i^i,,, ., (lf LAmecica J to •: +Jewistirhrklian PAGE 5B of directors includes Ed Jerry Baker, Herb Feldan, jhen, Harry Schwartz, Dave Joe Rutansky, Lou Stone, lotnick. Irv Willis, William aub. Hershey Glantz, Abe Sam Wynn and Robert ir. nittee chairmen are Herb sergeant-at-arms; Joe Rudelegate to parent organLou Stone, Abe Fegatner Icth Feldan, refreshments; Hablow, Sam Cohen and ISchwartz, membership; Lou blood bank; Dave Melt\Y and sunshine. Baker, Ed Ecker and Sam entertainment; Sam KosEd Becker, publicity; Sam fand Herb Feldan, brunch. D.C., June 16 to 20. The convention will be addressed by Israel Ambassador Abba Eban, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, Dr E. Neumann, Joseph Cirlin. member of the I,raeli Cabinet, and other prominent national and international figures. Liebman will be accompanied byMorris Simon, of the Coral Cable', Zionist District; Herbert LlnickJ president of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District; Sam Landau, of the Miami Zionist District; Dave Goodwin, of the Miami Beach Masada District; Abe Hurwitz, Coral Gables. Liebman has been appointed to the committee on committees ol the national convention. inu-EI Names Top Scholars losing Assembly on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Georqe Cohen, present to Rabbi Leon Kronish a specially-inscribed scrap book at the annual installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom in the rontainebleau hotel. Cohen gave the book to his wife on the occasion of her 72nd birthday on that day, and Mrs. Cohen presented it to the Temple in the name of the Young-at-Heart of Beth Sholom, of which she is chairman. The book will be used fo r keeping historical items about the Temple. .•*T **m* AUGUST BROS R V # # % f %  i.. Ill VI Is t /" // \/ Herman R. Mechlowitz, |an of the religious school pple Kmanu-El. announced larship honor rolls at the assembly held last week. [arship honors in the daily School went to: class 1A nan Brooks, Bruce Hillman. Hirvchfield, Steven Horo|Ao Lcbow and Louis Rose; ,B—Arlene Arvan, Warren Elandra Bialolenki, Gersh. I-ois Ross, Michael Shellark Travis, Andrew Zivitz; jc -Jill Channing, Leonard [Virginia Gordon, Allen Jar lllen Matter, Sheldon Rose, (Schwartz: class ID—Jeffrey 7n. Lee Ostroff, Scott Trent, Schwartz; class 2A—Alan David Borenstein, Edward |vald. Dorothy Roloff, Ivan ; class 2B—Barry Gersten, Lane. Efrem Lieber. Mimi Steven Robinson, Marsha Richard Schwartz; class lichael Mann, Jeffrey Narod, Nussbaum; class 3A—JeC'haves, Margaret Cohen, Cohen, Russel Herman, Hirschfield, Sandra Katz, ft\ Pollane, Paul Strassburg, Wilen; class 3B—Daniel %  ough, Claudia Bialolenki, Heller, Martin Katz. Fred Martin Mainster. Teddy | Murray Rosenberg; grade 4 Habib, Robert Hauser, \* Homer, Rogert Lefft, Stefarks, Jack Rabin: grade 5— Friedwald, Rosalind Lehr)larship honors in Sunday went to class 2A—Bonnie Adrienne Deblinger, Stefafrehling, Faith Kindler, Sally off. Steven Mufson, Sandra Class 2B—Ross Houston, Jolotkin, James Roth; class 2C —Malschick, Carol Trent, Heidi Billy Pcnchansky, Rosengarten; j friend, Wendy Schwartz; class 7j Virginia Gordon, Susan Schwartz, class 3—Roberta Brick, Arlene HalSusan Sober; class 8—Joyce Kaperin, Diane Klempner. Jeffrey I gan, Adrienne Miller and Leslie Selevan, Susan Yunes; class 3B— jzebitz. Robert Azoff, Diane Kaminsky. El%  len Teller; class 4—Carol Green_^^-^ Df I LI berg. Harriet Katz, Iris Klempner, 'jX "001 LC3K! Marilyn Muravchick, Bonnie Tishler; class 5—Rhoda Deutchman, Nancy Krenberg, Lois Samuel. Delsie Lipton; class 6—Joan Balkin. Shirley Appelbaum. Sandra GastLct us repair it or apply a new one. For Ire* eslimala phone 9-5274 Acme Roofing Co. i 4# GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING ^GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456 .r %  f^irn^pfwi Ml W. ITU Vicm -.•• %  • It 'i THE BREAD THAT'S 'NATURALLY 6000* BROS. fTMIT, MIA READ FLORID' Bernie Saffer's Restaurant conveniently located at 1310 N.E. Second Ave., Miami for that delicious Kosher Style Cooking featuring HOT CORNED BEEF A PASTRAMI LUNCH and DINNERS Opposite Sean. Roebuck — Free Parking Operated by JACK JILI CATERERS Complete Catering Service Phone 2-6576 or 83-1986 incomparable atmosphere for BIRTHDAY PARTIES WEDDIHC ANNIVERSARIES FAMILY CflEBRATIONS %  i WE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA DELANO HOTEL MEMBER DINERS CLUB JEfftrson B-7B81



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PAGE 6 B iei*t>nrrkl*nL Puchkoff Fund Makes Awards Puchkoff Fund of the Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami awarded prizes at the closing assembly of i Beth David religious school to the following students: Barbara Cypen. Robert J Cohen, Aelln Goldman. Charles Novogrodsky and Susan Schwartzman. Mrs. J. z. Stadlan addressed tli• %  assembly, and Mrs. Bryna Puchkoff presented the awards for "lit standing leboli rship. On Tuesday, Mrs. Puchkoff presented prices t.) the following ttu dents at the Beth El Hebr lead S.nd your f.vorif. r.cip. to Th. J.wish Flor.d.an. together wi your n.m. and addr.,.. If you have mSSt pMUj^ P" [ g? includ. it with your entry. Should your r.c.p. appear *.th*een rill be presented with a copy of "Th. Book of Jew.sh ReeIpes. lining 500 koih.r r.cipat and a Foreword on th. principles of ture till stiff enough to hold a peak then add one tablespoonful of sugar at a time while beating after each addition. Fold in the crushed pineapple. Spread evenly over top of cake and return to oven for 5 minutes additional baking at 375 deg K Sume of the frosting will drip down -sides of cake and add the special touch to this cake. Serves 8 to 10. Henry Drevich. Joshua Gettin suggestions A \i • time you v. make %  ome ipeciall) attractive bora ,i oeuvm or i r ,h l! luncheon, cocktail part) or midnight serving, Irj th ring be > %  • 2 -• 1 3 you w Containing cookery. I,,,. | -inc or alongside Prosi some cream ic through the pastry I md the edge or I' WI herrin ""'" across, sprinkle with paprika or mineOne fourth 0 trj j ields 20 rounds Pinaapple Spread Cak. cups '.r > d all put i' "' %  flour cup Ml t-p baking pou Up salt cup shortening (all vegetable kind) 1 3 cup evap rated milk 2 egg yolks Up vanilla Sift together dry ingredients %  hortening. milk, egg coarse meal or tiny peas Add'the yolks and vanilla and stir inf. the cottage cheese and mix with a fork ** ingredients Beat at until well blended Roll out the moderate speed in electric mixer dough on %  well floured board or for 2 minutes or 200 strokes if. In the matter of eating, summer PMtW cloth to It Inch thickMSS beating by hanoV Turn into^a well Is often the "finicky" Uine of year, nd cut into desired shapes Top greased and flourduvi nch and much as we recognise the need and hake the pastries 00 an untube cake pan Bake 3 lor light food touch—the proach to that make Meeting Due Tuesday Next meeting of Coral Gables Post, Jewish War Veterans, will be held on Tuesday evening, June 21. to"* Feldmon Eleia. NEW YORK r* I of Amcrk7*2*i ft] Vmcy which reW !" 1 "3 *>* ConserS^S rabb.n.c and con, !' n H ff Judaism inX^lhlast week el Wed \ lB je|J Feldman. rabbi of TL£*3 jael Hartford. (W^^ for the com.ng y Mr "" The election to,,],' ^ I !l ,K n a,ional ^Za "t:hesv jgi £ ••. America, vthirh^" the ( oun< j:er. Marjorie < Iman, I Parness and Mar' Schachtcr. The awards were made in mem ory ot the late scholar and Hebraist, Pinkus Puchkoff, who was honorarj president ol the Hista druth Ivrith. Tarn Tarn Crackers Add a light Touch' For Summer Meals In advance red in the refrigerator wi II Pastry Dough l cup butti % %  or substitute ips lifted all purpose Hour 1 cup whipped cream i cheese \ pinch of sail Cut the butter or substitute into the flour with I pastry Mender or two knives until it resembles time enjoyment. Children in particular are susceptible to the effects of hot weather on the appetite—and for them, as well as for adults, one of the easiest ways to dress up a meal, to add crisp, fresh appeal to even routine foods, begins with a box Of fresh, flaky Tarn Tam Crackers, the original kosher and pareve crackers baked bj the B Manischewitz Company Tam Tam Crackers make an ideal "waker upper" for lazy sum mer appetites at breakfast, at lunch or dinner and any time in'•n. Served with juices, with milk or any other beverage, Tam Tam Crackers add their own unusual taste to snack-time treat! One suggestion in particular that has delightful eye-appeal, as well as taste appeal, brings Tam Tam Crackers to the table topped with puffs of our cream and floating in a bowl of cool, refreshing Mam schewitz Borscht And for those inevitable moments when the usual foods, served in their usual guise, fail to hold any special charm for the family, it's a simple matter to give them a new look and new interest by serving them •party style" on Tam Tam Crackers Spreads, salads, cheeses, tuna fish or salmon— whatever you serve finds an ideal taste mate in the friendly flavor of Tam Tam Crackers. Baked by a special Manischewitz process and specially packaged to seal in their freshness, Tam Tam Crackers keep crisp and delicious indefinitely — though you're not likely to find out how long that is. because these tempting, whole some crackers, really go fast once you set them before your family.— ST. mixture of egg yolk and milk or beaten egg white or evaporated milk to achieve a glazed surface Toppings 1 cut pastry' into strips. Pi inch wide by 6 inches long Place a large pimiento stuffed green olive at the end of a strip and roll up Fasten with a toothpick. Bake 5 to 8 mm utes at 500 deg. F. One fourth of the dough recipe makes 18 oliv. pinwheolj. 2 Cut pastry into Vk inch rounds with a cookie cutter or wine glass Brush tops with milk and bake 5 minutes at 500 deg F Place a thin piece of pickled herring on top of each round, or 2 thin strips of bottle or funnel Remove from pan and top with the following: Pineapple Frosting 2 egg whites 4 tblsp sugar 2 3 cup well drained canned crushed pineapple Beat egg whites at room temperaARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE Snd today lor your free copy of. MM wonderful w Jewish Enjliih "Meedeeek .( Familiar j.wiih Weeds sad Eiaresiieai See "farMeejet" ea pet* 34; els. "TrefcB.pp.aeta". See "Nerlren A Ck.ieilr" M pet* 6. St* 222 jtwiih weeds, expr.tsisai, eefiaitieat, •ses, etc. Fan, leeaas, educational (or th. whole family. foe your free copy, wrir. fe: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 40S LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORKJ7, NEW YORK tjwiiftpr. Ufa tpv *-, Rabbi Joseph E. 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JUNE 17. 1955 +Jelst, fhtiHir sh Community Center Nursery Schwislraduate Tots PAGE 7 B "\%i*? ?fcVi Cfiesed She/ fmess HoW$ Officer Installation Sisterhood Chesed Shel Eme.ss installed officers and board of directors on Tuesday evening at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation, was chairman of the affair. Mrs. Isreal Goldberg was installed as president for the fourth consecutive year. With her were Mrs. Ar.na Block and Mrs. Rachael SakowitS, vice presidents; the Mcsdames Sarah Stone, treasurer: Fred Ochs, recording secretary; Sam Geltner, financial secretary and publicity chairman. Board oi directors are the Mesdamea Anna Grnberg, Gus ie Hershbein, Sam Okanoff, Pauline Rappaport, Mary Wengrow, Celia V.'ilner, Mr. and Mr-. David Singer and Mr Isadora Schwartz. fch Branch Nursery School graduates [to right), bottom row. are Mark Siegal. gory Lyons, Donald Rogers. David Murray. Top row are Joel Rubin. Ellen Tavel. Jan Hirshberg. Mia Weiner, Enid Worth. Steven Rose, Arleen Spiia. teacher. iuating class of the Greater Miami JewI Community Center Nursery School is rn taken at graduation ceremonies Town Branch (left to right) are Lawte Pitts. Elaine Reiter, Janice Shapiro, Geoffrey Temple, Barbara Schwimmer. Mrs. Blair Zimmett, teacher, Joanne Pickar, Paul Kalman, Jane Maigulis, Susan Bialkowicz and Judith Brower. ft! J J i f gler Granada Center Nursery graduates I to right) are Daniel Yagoda, Johnny iman, Mark Seligman, Henry Issenberg, Mrs. Nathan L. Cohen, teacher. Sherry Rubin, Richard Palant, Jeffrey Marks, Robert Goodman and Mark Kelman. Sinai Pledges Advance Ipaigners for a new, 300-bed hospital and medical cenMount Sinai Hospital of ^r Miami received approxi$90,000 in pledges last %  o bring the total to $1,385.was announced Wednesday amuel C. Levenson, who as the committee's "chair|>f the week." B. Buskin, chairman of the Mis Development Fund wdl raise four million dolor the new hospital, set $1,"* l as the goal for next week's meeting. Jntants Pledge Next portion at Miami tified Public Accountants at state Southern conference in Orleans voted last week to their 1936 meeting in Mi[>nd named a Miamian as pressed new president of the Urn States Accountants conw was R. Warner Ring. Mi %  f\ who was the group's vice ent during the past year. %  %  Mumians attending the "^ce in addiuon to Ring Mrs Beth M. Thompaoa. Bullock. Earl Hendrkhs. mammons, Barney Bernstein Bb rt Altemus. Fathers in Spotlight At Emanu-EI Fathers took the spotlight at Temple Emanu-F.l Sunday mom ing. when they were feted at a brunch sponsored by the Temple's Parent-Teacher Association. The brunch, an annual event, took place in the Social Hall, according to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry He-nick. chairmen. Highlight of the morning was a playlet entitled. "The Tooth Opera." with music by lira. Theodore F. Arvan and directed by Mrs. Abo Kaufman Memberof the cast are the Itaadama Herbert Cohen. Milton Keller. Jacob Glassman, Edgar Greenberg. Jerry Resnick, Arthur Ron, Sam Sha piro and Herbert Young. Greetings were extended by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Raphael Yunes. husband of the president of the PT.A. Chairman of hostesses was Mrs Stanley Schwartz, decorations were bv Mrs. Joel Newman. WnSaennan Kaplan was in charge of catering, and Mrs. Edgar Green berg was ticket chairman. Pythiam Name Mrs. Moss Mrs. Sidney Moss has been elected district deputy grand chief of District 5. Pythian Sisters. Others appointed to office for the coming year are: Mrs. Louise Brooks, most excellent chief; Mrs. Melvina Stern, excellent senior; Mrs. Philip Freed, excellent junior; Mrs. Harrv Dansky. manager; Mrs. Louie Pomerantz. secretary; Mrs. Rae Burke, treasurer; Mrs. J. Pasco Sweat, protector. Walder Will Manage Wisconsin Summer Resort Alvin Walder. veteran Miami Beach hotelman. went North Sun,l.n to assume the associate general managership of Nippersink Manor in Genoa City, Wis., for the 1953 summer season. He will serve w,th Sidney S. Shinderman. managing director of the popular retort hotel. Walder is associated with the Shinderman Management Corporation 3903 Alton rd., Miami Beach, as general operations manager for the hotel and apartment buildings under the supervision of the Shiniderman company. He will return to Miami Beach shortly after the Labor Day weekend. / Going Away? N % I Get Travelers' MfMMR% IDtBAl DlPOSd INSU1ANCC CC'0AT10H BANK ol MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVJNIIE fil ASS F0R E V E R Y PURPOSE V %  H J J JTORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furnilurt Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilrerina Our Specialty L. & G. (alas* and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 Morris Orl'm •>^A*A^A^A*A^A/A-*A^A^A^A^AMA-^WA*^A^A^A/A^AI/A*AWWA-^ PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMEKT CO. 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PAGE 8 B +Je1sinnrklkMl m Miami Mayor Installing Officer Miami Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aronovtti were gucst of honor at UM first installation of TSION. BBC. in the Surfeomher hotel on June 13. Installed officers wore IfykC Stiebel. president: Sheila \ ( baum. YMf vice president; Sfiirley Kottlemen. second vice president; Judy Kurtz, recording secrer Selma Aron, corresponding Men tary; Rita Kir-chner. treasurer Shirley Kettlemen. parliamentan an: Gloria Goodrich, aergeant-atarms; Krank Sehussler. historian. Ifemben of the first Mit Class installed as TSION were Dunne Lapin, Harriet I.aske. Barbara Laskin. Mona Rosenson. Jacki Rosenthai and Kdie Sonunerfeld Chairman of the installation committee was Babs Vfnocor. Members of her committee were Selma Aron and Gloria Goodrich. Installation was in the patio of the adjoining Seacomber hotel In-tallation marked the second night of TSION s first annual house party. Committee chairman of house parties is Blossom Kilter nick Selma Aron. Carol Warshaw. Judy Kurtz. Sheila Waldbaum are assisting. House parties will be chaperon cd by Un Khoda Horlick >sc>~Community Center Groups Perform Here Dram.i Croup of the Great! f V ami Jewish Communlt) Center Beach Branch closed the """ One act pfays at the Center. 1536 B Q rd Sunday evening. Program included improvisation demonstration, a tcene from "Shubeil Alley written by Mel Dinnelli, a one act mono drama by August Strindberg entitled. "The Stronger," and a dramatic read Ing ol George Bernard SbaVa "The Showing I'p of Blanco Pea net i ..-tincluded Stephanie Mannes. Barbara Newman, Billie Mamche-. Valerie Mache-. Linda i Aranoff. Robert Aranolt S.inn.i Molko. Helen Hurwit/ I, Brummer. Sandra Goldberg. Alberta Dee. Meredith Balk. ROM Kline. Jim West. Rtaanof Denny, Marie MorewiU, Sheldon Tannen baum. Lillian Aronson. Arlyne Sher. James Manfred. Dr. Philip Glatsteln, Maralyn Glatstein and Sheldon Frome Pioneer South Florida Buisinessman Has Strong Faith In Area's Future Among the pioneer buaii • mth Florida is National Brands, Inc. which began in 1925 and inow celebrating it3oth anniversarj Sailing with a onerage as ,i ararehouae, and one truck, the operation today employs more than 250 people and serves southeast Florida from Fort Pierce to the Keys The founder and president. Sam Blank, left a bakery buslni New York 30 yean ago to build his future in Florida Today his Interests include, under the name of National Brand-. Inc. an institu tional wholesale grocery business and the distribution of Budweiscr and Michelob beers: under National Wines. Inc a bottling plant and !i-tnbuting businesunder South ern Beverages. Inc a soft dnnk bottling plant where the Schweppea line of carbonated beverages iproduced; under National Bever Inc a Pep-i Cola plant Orlando and a new plant under construction in Lakeland: and un der Seaboard Warehouse Term inI %  I large, modern public srarehou %  Blank is well known aa businesa executive, philanthropist and enthusiastic dvic leader Hichar itable and public -pint have WOO lor him local, state and national recognition Like most capable executives. Blank -omehow findEarly in the formation of his business Blank wajoined by Jack Miller, who is now fir-t vice president of the Blank Interests and haa ssist ed In their development. Miller's two chief activities today are managing the institutional gre> eerj business and .supervising a fleet of over 200 vehicles. In 1950. Blank's son. Jcrrv, be "• •—, %  .-> JVH, JIO > IK-ample time for many diversified fame active in the business and in interests OUtat de ol hibu-methe traditional American way is most of them having to do with gradually assuming some of the 1 hn ifftlfn aui r. I .. a L 1 I • the welfare of other people Among other thingBlank is a trustee of the University of Miami and the Mount Sinai Hospital, trus tee and past president of the Great managerial responsibilities of the widespread and steadily growing busine-When asked what he thinks er Miami Jewish Federation, and l^Z^TJ^Z* l^ director of the National Confer T^S growth MXE ur' ence of ( hn-tians and Jews, the nc the last id v,.-. r ... X I Industrial National Bank of Mi ?^hVuTfive *e*£ ta JS^F* am,, the National Beer Wholes;,! „' *,£ l £ "*£ %  ft£ era A ; s = and the Beer Indus£ S^W When a-ked how to manage ,o T^Zj^ J3 tT "2 accomplish so much, one "f Rrouth of a g B enu.w /ro„g pubhc Blanks greatest characteristics interest sritTa steadn^nlresVuM comes to the fore He say• I have >ear round tourist b, -,I he been exceedingly fortUte in havgrowth of new buainess and trade ing an understanding, helpful volume: and c.mmun.tv ? m ,, family and bu.-.ness awK-ia.ewho „„,,, ;iri fact(irs u,rJS u'YT^' >: f ^ ndus, ou s %  %  %  progress and atabUitl of the bin done !" C "'" "" a W '^ Emulating our p.lns Deen dt>ne -: __'for expansion with that in mind SALESMAN Who wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization top quality leads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appointment call M0 7-2011 or write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. Shavian fury is demonstrated by Rose Kline, Shelly Frome and George Bernard Shaw's "The Showing Up of Blanco Posnet." given as a dramatic reading with acted highlights at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center last Sunday evening at the Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd. *•*• Gine$ Grimu ^ h ;:—n Sh5" rnive,-,,,,..^ *1 Iota Alpha l>,. J'^4 r r ">and D Sj*l SHelle„ic 'ou t 8 !} campus. m tttj She .also a member m. ar>. Gamma Alpha Chi J Professi.n,, a(|v %  Sigma Lambda Phi Jl"\ ity. Ph. Kappa P hj ';2y arship honorary: and *£?* da Delta. .^ orary scholastic -ociety. Mis(lineh.iappears %  D t ar > !' s re lllv irl scholarship and has served,' res ponding secretary of' NORTON TIRE (0. TUBELESS TIRES All Major Brand Original Equipment Tins LIST MIC! 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JUNE 17. 1955 Obiti **"M>f*)r*Mn IS. BESSIE COHEN |;; nickens ve.. Surfslde. I>:irh Memorial. |ULIAM H. PO*TtL S\V tfilh a\e. June !".. Rlr%  mortal chapel. Miami. JRAHAM HURWIT* u • %  %  • %  sent •" f">'nn, Mass.. Memorial <'hapel. Miami |*MUEL KI8HNBH ATfo o"r.. June 7. Reach chapel. Miami Beach. HENRY HAMII -.il Ave. Surfslde. ncmnlns in Cl-ve!:ind fnr services rment by Beach Memorial PAGE 9 B HOWARD rtNDRICH )UIS E. SU8SMAN I,ennx ave., Miami Reach, Ti A men's wear salesman. here 14 year* ago from His wife. Stella, And a Mra. J'llia Lewis, of Rrook|lve. The body was Bent to • it v fof servlcea and burIverelde Funeral Home of ir.i h. JOSEPH KES8ER )1 HW nth st.. died June I, There 17 years ago from New waa a member of the Trail nt Association and the of Pythl Lodge. He Is Ibv his wife Auarusta: two (wild and Alan, and a daunhKlll"t Rosen, all of Miami. Malvina K. Mailt and a ,lnna\ • %  New York Rnrlal I Cemetery, with Rab„.,!, officiating. LOUIS HONIC If Ocean dr.. Miami Reach. New York"";* *fe P**"* !" A Jew York,, two brothers and a sister fSSST r k "i hel ,M i; '" %  Miami •Jjanel. with burial In Mt. Sinai ,-,.„„..: VICTOR LUBLINER 'ID' S! F% 52 2 local hospital. Bcrvicci were held at Miami Riverside Interment was in Mt. Sinai Cemetery ish William, Bayshore I I vv ,. """"'il, tiayd %  i %  '"*; v i %  '"••(••. East Mea*>. LI., and Harry, Morrla Main, '< % %  of lie, Nonnandv rlr Miami %  % %  '• %  %  %  • mired clotlTln, tJEEX, for elik, lH W:,S ""i'l'-nl here wife <• i^'"'"", %  S'Vvlw, are his wife, now, brother and two aloiService; w ,. r ,. nH(| ; River she Memorial Chapel. Miami Reach with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. II MR ?„ LENA "ABEL GLAS8ER M. Of BO. 44th st.. Miami lieaeh, a resident here for alx year., died Mav ,"„: • • ''aves son. Norman, and >.„!'"• '"<''""> %  s !" li r.,n, Miami lieaeh Servl.es were %EJ*B25T ti M, """ ri <* % %  •• Beach Barber Donates $1,000 A 60 yeaisold Miami Beach barber this week turned philanthropist by pledging $1,000 toward the construction of a new 300-bed general hospital and medical center by Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach. The fund raising campaign for the four million dollar structure is still in the initial gifts stage, with donors pledging in the $25,000 to $250,000 bracket, but barber William Stern told hospital president Max Orovitz that he does not want to wait until the general campaign i h Memorial Chapel, HI Sinai Cemetery. BERNARD KAHN ) \v Jtth St., Hlaleah, who Miami I • years ago from tk City, died June X Sur^ wife. I'oils: his mother. So Ick. %  sister. It. Ill • ,.f .Miami, and a grand%  were held In Itlvei I wilh burial in ''. meteo %  *S. ANNE BRENNAN iCO Ocean dr.. died June Innaii came here l-' years ago t %  she isurvived by bei Edward s. rvl.-cs Were held -el, Reach Chapel. Burial It. Sebo Cemetery. MAX FELDMAN [ .rieda ave Coral JULIUS GOLDMAN W, of 168 w 8th st., Hlaleah. patted away May M at bis residence. Bur\lv.d by bis wife. Mae, anil !.. -,,„-. .lai ..I. ami llytmin S.TM, „,.,,. ti.-l.l "... "M'."'"'.''•.'.'"'''."."'' %  %  IierI W.,rld \V.,r I veteran. Survivors |nURhter, Mrs. a son, Saul, JULIUS GOLDMAN ';?• ,."',„'•• W. tth l.. Hlaleah, died A retired real estate man. he moved here 10 years ago from New lork ( lly. Survivors Include his wife. Mae: and two sons, Jacob and Hyman QoMman. Services were held in Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel, with burial in star of David Cemetery. ABRAHAM COHEN pi -lift SW 10th St.. who owned two Utslcaba as %  member of the Diamond I IB Association, died May 30. He hail moved here seven years ago from N.w Vurk. belonged to the Knights of Pythias of Miami Beach and the Israelite renter of .Miami, il.. was %  •• % %  "" nnersme. interI Wori War veteran, S •, 'v.lirand'ls ;urvw;d '"•" M '" *£*"* 0. fry. Iclud. hi. w„e. Ka„, a da w,f. R Services were MICHAEL A. COHEN Ba'y^Mj 1 M *' ^ Va.h Memorial Chapel, wllh ft „,,--.,.., .._ I —l^J -\ '— to Mount Sinai to make his gift. The barber, who has his own shop at 231 14th st., and who has been barbering in Miami Beach for the past 17 years, has had a first-hand view of the operation of Mount Sinai during the past seven years. SM or faes. Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 Ml 6-9M1 LIU INSURANCf NEEDS Metresolrtsa Ufa Imsrence Co. |3200 S.W. 3rd a.-"w 5 ••tors" NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nasatir's Yiddiih Classical Hour will be heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Features "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shushana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 an Your Dial a ,v June 10 In a local '.,,„, h ., |PC | : Survived by his son. Ilerdaughter. Mrs. Mildred Mllir, Morris. Services kid nt Miami Riverside. In* in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. •i". of U7 Garland are Miami Beach, / who came here n veari ago from AI. lanta. iia.. died June ::. Burvlvlna are his wife. Bather; ,, son, Joel, Miami, a brother, David, Miami, and his mother. Mrs Sarah Cohen, New fork. Services were held with burial In Tempi.Israel >.-. lion ol Qrai eland Memorial Park. WULF C. SEGAL M, of 1310 .".'in, si Miami Baach, a retired textile manufacturer, died June i sin vlved bj his wife. Bi kle; four sons, Nathaniel ami Carl, Miami Beach, and Dr. iharle.ami Se\in..ur ,.f N.w York, ami a daughter, Mra, FVancei Robblna, Miami Beach Bervii were held In H l MUEL KASMINOFF k' • %  • •. -• Miami Beach. June ion's Miami Reach Funeral | EDWARD WEXLER 11 HW llth st.. passed away %  were held in Qorllami Chapel, with burial In hi Park Mr. W'exler came ago from Fall River, le was a wholesale fountain • -\e. itive. He leaves | lie: two dauahters, HelRenee, Miami, and his mothFannie Waxier, Boston. %  •ALRICL KUNSTLER Uton r.l Miami Beach. Riverside Miami Beach. )R. JULIUS WALOER ..llins ave.. June 10. Rlvi beach. DAVID SONTAO tied a shoe store here for % • died Satiirdav. He came from I nd lived at ITS! SW lth ave. I rival here in ItfS, Mr, • il Laa/i Shoe Store In i Mi imi Later the name to the 'llobe Shoe Store. i bis wife. Rose: a son. IfJaml; two dauKhters, Mra. I| ;.mil Mrs. Ben H. Myers. Miami; a brother, a sister and ^Children Services were held MI'S Miami Chapel, with burMt. Nebo Cemetery, MORRIS ESTRIN 1131 lai.llil ave.. Miami Beach, KM I A retired candy store Mr. Estrin came here 15 10. Services were held m*RlvMlanil Beach Chapel, with burMt. Nebo Cannery. Surviving l lailtera, Mrs. Miriam Bal. a, and Mrs. Ann Uevln. ik. DAVID GREENBERG 17. of 11S70 N\V lmh ave., died June ?, Survivors Include his wife, Oeriiuil. two sons. Samuel and Stanley Qreenot H brother. r.enlamin. of Cle\'rlaN">* 'i. tlord..n's Miami Beach Home was in charge of local ''Mr. Mai Wowiis came r jears ago from New York "" aa a restaurant owner. "I l>) a stepson, Nell, a Merman, and two sisters. Bessie, of New York state. BENJAMIN HODES Jefferson are.,' Miami "" : Uordon'a Miami ill ai',*'.. H ""'f waa In charge 'He came here three Brooklyn. A himkhind| sunn,,I b) two aona and two %  "II of Bi.s.wiyn. DR. WILLIAM WOLFSON passed away In New York '".raxeMde s7rvi.es In WoodMwg PW* Maj -> MRS. ROSE BROWNSTEIN 351 SW 22nd id Who I .111 years at!" from s> racuse. N Y.. ve irs aao from .-...,.. ^*. K K Brownstein. and a BTU0^Uher. Miss Jackie Brow nstelii. Mia SerVlcee were held In Traces Chapel, with burial m Mi. sm ai Cemetery. MAX SINGER 73, of 7310 I-ark View Island. Ma) H, Riverside. Mia mi Beach ANNA WARSHAW :,:,. 7 1l l .a^d7s.,s..c,,i,,ilablcv. May Ji) Oordoaa, Miami Uea.b. HYMAN A. NOVICK daughters. Mrs Miriam Mrs Lillian Brean.r, both ol York, and a brother^ S' FL AGLEK FUNHUi NOOHf JEWISH CENTER X> mutts mm uunwui mm* HIMKAL Homt Jnr Aaagajtaerte Servke rlhMM 44414 "• >UU| ITtttT, MIAMI MfTCNOl JACMT, Mff. Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 4-201S Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We er one of hMami'% leading Jewish Monument Deafen AS A HOUND'S TOOTH.? An Electric Water Heater delivers Really HOT WATER SWIFTLY.?. D FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY Sunday, June 19th New Time for Yiddish Classical Hour Beginning Sun., June 19th NASATIR'S YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR will be heord every Sunday frem 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. TWO WEW EEATUIESI "Theatre XewH fealoring SIMON WOIFF "From a Woman to a Woman* Featuring SHUSHANA SPICT0K Station WWPB 1450 on Your Dial MOWS NASAT. OirtW te eM GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" w Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday—10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Vorioui Featarts Produced and Directed y SIMON SEIDEN 503 JW. 17fh Ave.._ Ph. 2-54M \r L f J Vij* l< \n.r'*i r*^ •"** f NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME 340 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nurse Supervision Mrs. Rita Fortman, Manager Phones 82-561* — 82-5817 Listen to SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. THIS PROGRAM IS THE FIRST AND HAS THE LARGEST LISTENING AUDIENCE VJGUST BROS R> / Il fir Of sr WTYJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 8:008:151 8:30! 8:45' Ding Dong; School I Morn. Western I Sign On What's Trouble On Your Account Cart ion Show Morning Show i Morning Show Capt. Midnight 9:001 Gary Moore •:15[ I 8:301 To Be Announced I Super Circus 0:451 1_! Lamp Unto Ft. I Gary Moore Look Up, Live I Arthur Godfrer 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 Del Russo Strike It Rich I Space Patrol I This Is the Life I I Buffalo Bill Christophers Strike It Rich 11:00 11:151 11:30 11:45 Menu Magic Search P. 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PAGE 10 B Beach Civic League To Install Sunday Julius Jay Perlmutter will l>e installed Sunday. June 19. as president of the Civic League of 111 ami Beach. He succeeds Irving ("vpen. who continues on the board of directors. Other officers to he installed are Allen Goldberg, first vice presi dent; Harry B Smith, second vice president; Michael Salmon, secretary; and Murray Sheldon, treasurer. Highlight of the annual banquet, expected to draw inan\ CIVIC. county and state officials among some 300 persons, is the naming I t the 1954 "Outstanding Citizen of the Year," with Jack Ron heading the committee to determine the successor to civic leader P. J. Davis, who won the award for hli efforts in 1953 Cypen will he feted for the work he did during his administration, which has been characteried by his colleagues as tops in the 20 year histOT) of the League." Perlmutter i| Miami Beach realtor currently attending the Universit) oi Miami, where he is taking a law degree. He has been associated with numerous civic groups on Miami Beach and was first vice president of the Civic League last year. Some two do/en persons have been nominated t<> the committee. The winner will be chosen for his ,r her contributions to the civic improvement of the community," ROSS stated "Such contributions must be above and beyond the nor mal c. II of good citizenship Author Herman Wouk Lauds 'Great Religious Spirit' TEL Aviv ra. N S Israel's 'greal religious spirit" was cited here b) Herman Wouk. prue winning author of "Hie Came Hut ny." as one of the prime factors which impressed him during an in tensive sevetal week long inspec' tion of Israel Air Wouk. who addressed a record-setting audience I of more than 3 000 persons in the ZOA-Daniel Priscfa House Concert Garden, also paid tribute to la> reel's pioneering spirit and the .igor of her youthful citizens Abraham Gittelson GitteSson Given Seminary Degree Abraham Jacob Gittelson, of Miarm Beach, son of Mr and Mrs William Gittelson Bronx, N V received I Master of Religious Education and a Bachelor of Divinity degree from the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at its 61st annual com mencement exercises. Sunday. Gittelson received a Bachelor of Social Science degree from the City College of New York in 1949 and a Master of Arts in Education from Hunter College in 1952 While studying at the Seminaryhe taught at the Jewish Center of I niversit] Heights )n the Bronx He is principal of the North Shore Jewish Center in Miami Beach Triple Installation At Israelite Center Charles ndabnan ami Installed pre-nlent of the Israelite (enter a loinl installation ceremonies last w •. k in the Center Spiritual lender Rabtn Morton MfettwhJ was if) „. officer, >"• NiBo <• Kutun acting as ch.iirm.ni of Mi affair Other Officers installed include Albert Weinberg, Max Parneaa and I eon Kutun, t tee presidents; -'a cob Schiff, financial secretary; Pearl, treasurer. MrBen Sirkus, recording secretary; ^' r ~ Milberg, coirsnmoadlii retary Morris Aron and Jacob Blumensohn sergennts-at-anns; Irving Siierhng. parliamentarian. David Guttenmacher, Lewis r-uncrantz and Isidore Viahkoff, auditors; and j Glnensk] gabbai. Assuming office as president of Sisterh tod was Mrs Jack Schwartz, others were the Mesdames Sylvia Ciolin. Leon Kutun and Shirley DiCtUOn, vice presidents; (ieorge Graham, financial secretary: Lillian Becker, recording secretary; Sol Koenigsberg. corresponding secretary; Jacob Kalk and Charles Ovetsky, sergeant at arms; and Cells Malavsky, chaplain. Bikur Cholim president is Mrs. Marion Kronenberg Others named were the Mesdames Elsie Eisner, vice president; Nathan Shcnkin. financial secretary: Sam Liberman. corresponding secretary; and Jacob Gorman, treasurer. J A A tiattii W V ^5LJ TgVtil'Mk tt M imr Participating in a "Golden Strip Holiday a activities lor motel guests sponsored by various^ along with Wolbe Cohen's Rascal House ar (U Mr. and Mrs. Manny Seaman, of the Ocean Palm McKnight. Mr. and Mrs. George Feldrnan hmns. and Louise MUler. Site is the Bull Pen Lounqe wkL this week revealed will be open gratis to all Tewk? in need of a meeting room. Harvard Club Reelects Slate of Officers James J. Carney. Jr., Professor of Economies and chairman of the Finance Department at the L'ni versity of Miami, has been re| elect-1 president of Club of Miami. Other officers. are Meyer A. Baton, srd. Jr and George B. vice presidents, and Fieri, j secretary treasurer. Named to Succeed Serf Sidney Kfroiwn, Miami attorney, was named to succeed himself as chairman of the Oreater Miami B'nai Brith youth committee, sponsor of 23 teen age and young adult chapters consisting of over 800 members Efronson. who was Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith, recently elected president of the has been active in youth work for several years. N SPfVO rOUl SUMMH VACATION IN TMf BlVl RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN Friedson to Head Coral Gables Zionist District Max Friedson has been elected president of the Coral Gables Zionist District. Others named at a recent meeting include Abe M. Hurwitz. Dr. A. Kitzen. Morey A. Raymon and Harold E. Simon, vice presidents. Mrs Morris Simon, recording secretary". Mrs. Sidney Sanders, corresponding secretary; Meyer Fine, financial secretary: and Manuel C. Barkin. treasurer DUNCRAGGAN INN T; !" T£ k Werld Famous Cwii Season May Mtk n ( American Plan — Beginning at $60.00 a Wat COUNSELOR FOR CHILDREN New Recreation Building — Orchestra ati Writs far Free Baakltt Tear Hosts, Blanche cj Si( la Iki Mmlrlii HENDERSOW/UF. N.C. HENDtRSONVILlE. NORTH CAROLINA Ju Seasan June 1st ta October 1st — Reasonable Rates a Now Dance and Recreotion Hall a Swimming Paol and Children's Woding Paol a Jewish American Cuisine — 3 Meals Daily a All Rooms with Shower ar lath a Shvffleboard Ping Pong, Handball. Rowing. Fishing, Golf, Horseback Riding. Wienie Roasts, etc. CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSONVIUE, N.C PHONE 9156 Tutoring Available CAMP CHERRY10G FOR BOYS It's high in the mountains an tin aid hunting grounds at the Cherokee Indians. All the usual snarls alal mountain climbing, Indian arrow hand hants, trips ta Civil and Indian war battlefields. Only S225.00 far • weeks. Phone HI 8-7586 fa/ references ta local natrons VjlV-uiLrU LT TBS Sloth's Oo.stis.lM Establishes 1*30 The Santa's Oatstinalei Jswlsh Cassi lor Boys t brli ~~ HENDERSONVILLE, FINEaT PHVUAL FACILITIES HICHCaT STAFF QUALITIES For Information and Free Brochurt Call Mra. Anno Oroooman, HI 820 Mn. Jean Arnold. Owner. JE 8-1359; Dorothea Dublor, J MO: Zelia Waronaw. 2-2163 all in Miam. o HOAIUUII WITH PRIVATE LIU COIF-TOM OmiKMTIMi MOOCH CAM Sum id woe I 1'ialMS. W ^SUMMER CAMP BOATING ON OXFORD'S OWN 31 FT. CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER i SWIMMING POOt • FISHING • FOUR ACRES Of PUTGtOUNO AREA • All AGES BOYS A GIRLS • DAY CAMPERS • SIEEP-IN CAMPERS Umltad Registration JR R-W71 JR a-iOSI OXFORD ON TNI BAY 1M4 Waat Aw... MM Al lia AW ^ Camp High Land SEBR1NG F10RI0A "IB the Poconos el Florida" Only 2'2 Nrs. from Miami AGAIN FtORIOA'S OUTSTANDING JEWISH CAMP roe tors A G/RIJ With complete camping program Philip S. Ch.ll.n with 25 yeart of Jewteh Education A Camp Experience. Camp Director Capable, Mature Staff Phone PI 8-7894 LIMITED ENROLLMENT NORMANDY MUSIC & ART CAMP A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING • Greop activities incWdina, •rxbastra, band, dram terns, chorus and piano, Slssatka | assst dramatics • All terms t pawling, sculpture and crafts FULL ATHLETIC PROGRAM • With swimming activities centered at the North Shan 041 Swimming Paol • Highly skilled professional staff SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM • Remedial Reading nnd High School Sabjects ie-achfa — %  aajaast NORMANDY Far Infer-alias faf UN 6-6111 1021 RIARRITZ DRIVE MIAMI lEACN, rlM" A>a*eved Member Private Scbao/s Assacarma •< a-V CsaSlj A Complete Athletic, Esthetic Cultural Program for Boys and Girls 6 to 16 CAMP PINEWOOD HENDERSONVILLE, N^ WE ENTRAIN FOR CAMP JUNE 24th hearly one hundred families have enrolled their children to ** *J have endorsed the quality at Camp Pinewood's staH, program eei I Hies. Jake immediate advantage of oar limited openingi m all age P** DIRECTORS AWJCIATE DIRECTORS WATERFROST J rf „ D, asM Mr. Donald MkWWtm Mtllon FemnU.n. BS.. MA. Miami, l'h..ne H44M ,'oach of M. Ibort Hl.h SrtKK.t M^'m, 4 .1 I, E '' L Mtl "' r ***" H.yd Mhsrol tsea.h litaiie JK LSTts Taachar and Uutalandlna i.implnj P>rouaalll> S„l SchneuSff; "pj^ssiDRAMATIC Dj^a Al-Hura-: -A ^ Tale



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JY. JUNE 17, 1955 LEGAL NOTICE -Jenlstifhrldnan hCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW f-B l HEREBY OIVE.V that rslgned, desiring to nuaee In under the fictitious name of ;i ,\.-r said name with the f Hi.<"lrrult Court of Dad* %  t ^IKRBHON Ft f, I -in. 17 rTRNHTEIN JTICE BY PUBLICATION > hereby Riven that •%  \ CAROL ZIPPER, and RKY FANNIE SPRING r connected with Til.II' TREE FARM In not he reeiranatble for any • acted on or ufter May I at, • :i COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ,D FOR DADE COUNTY, )A. IN PROBATE. No. 35494-B ESTATE OF MoSKIN. Deceased 3TICE TO CREDITORS • editor* and All Person* M.ivor Demands Against Said •MB of you are hereby and required to present any and demand* which you, or l you, may have agulnut the LENA MosKIN. deceased t>nde County, Florida, to the County .luilRes of Hade flip the .ii i inIn thru in the County Courthouse in inly. Klorida. within elRht <>nlha from the date of the ;. ation hereof. Kaid claims di to contain the legal adtha claimant and |<> be and presented as aforeaald. .. I be hurred. SVe BaCtlon %  m.". l'robate Act. Til. A.I). 1 ,-iilRI.EY HASH \.. liti-Ix of the I.aat Will I cStailiellt Of \ MOSKIN, dc. e.-med %  iROB .1 AI.PoiM utnr of ill.Last Will .nrt Teetament of • \\ MuSKIN, deceased \LlloI.M j fi.i Kxei utora of • Lena Moaktlt Koad, Miami Baai k, Fla, — 7/1 rice i UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ..I. dealrlng to engaRe In iln flctfuoui name of I WAYSIDE INN. 2191 Miami, Int.'mlM to reg• nil id.CJei s "i the of 1 ladi 'onnts. Floi Ida. i M'K BELL, l Iwner .'. I;.\I:S \|lii'.iiit • I Si |E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 0 OADE COUNTY, FLOR IN CMfcNCERY. No. 180469 li. Hv\ EI.ER REYES, Plaintiff, Js MoRAUES REYES. Defendant. TCE BY PUBLICATION %  MORALES REYES glicA.l -I 1 A Juares D. r. 4RR HEREBY NOTIFIED I' ..lint for Divorce has heen % %  • .-' you, and you are requlr' a ropy of your answer or % %  I Complaint on I 'lain %  jti. rnev, HENRY M CAIN. p^%  Plagler Street. Miami. k • the orlalnal Answer or be m (he office of the Clerk 1 111 Court on or before the > %  i ilj IK*. If you fall to n. nt by default will be [ isl you for the relief deft i Id i 'omplaint. IK AMI ORDERED at Miami. • 13th day of June. 1IS6. i: B. LEATHERMAN. •I. rk, circuit Court i M IMS I in the office ,,r the I "i State of the Stale of authenticated reeolu| bj the stockholders union* of said Chapter Statutea, showing the i h i orporatlon the s.-, i atari ol ertlfj to the 'ore' lie ilatfaflod ihat the of i,i nave i.n com %  '•'• ITNI'SS WHEREOF, : %  eunto -.1 mj hand '. %  affixed the Oreal Ike Mate of Florida, iii. i %  •••. %  %  the Capital, "• %  Tenth day of June. OKAY. Secretary of State. r E X"P** FICTITIOUS ri.r NAM E LAW li.. "EREIIY UIVKN lhal V ,, "J"'"' ''-'""* , !!( rl AI: OISTRIBU1I.M. BERVK :. .,, !C ,', v M .,,,, A% ... nue. Miami. Hit Intends to reglatei said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit court of Dade County, Floi Ida BOCTHERN POLPRIt DIBTRIBCTING COMPANY INC A I loi Ida cm poral Ion PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorney! for Applicant* ,"1 Congreai I'.ldg. I/S-10 17-JI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the mill. : tigned, deali inn t.. eng: bualneaa under the flrtltiou) nan f THE HOl'THERN COMPANY N M \\.-i II -. Ml iml li' Intenda to red '• said name Ith the Clerj of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Klorida. SOl'THERN POLDER DISTRIBUTING CfiMPANY. INC A Floi Ida i'"' :">i t Ion PALLOT. SILVER \ Ml'LL 'V At torli.v | f.c Applll .' nt> 7"1 Congn s Bldgr. \i-u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER Kin RIVEN ili.it the undei Igoed, d.-.-ii ins t.. engage In undi the fli*tltli>Ua name of HNAL IHSTP.II:CTIII:S. at tl N Miami Avenue, Miami, rTa Intenda to reclatei Raid name with the Clerk of iiiCircuit Court oi Dade County, Plo SOl'THERN FOLDER DlbTRlBl'TINU COMPANY. INC. A I lo Ida 'orporatlon PALLOT, SILVER A Ml LLOY Attorneya for Anpllcanta 101 i 'oncregi IH.IK 6/1-10-17 Jt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage tn business under the flctltloua nai f SArARI CBEATION8, at IS07 C'.ngreas Builillng. Intends to register Mild II mi.with the Clerk of ill" Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BAFARl. INC By: RICIIARH PICK. President ZDENA PICK. Secretary KI'RT WKI.I.ISCII. Alt..in.-. Mil Conercss Ruilding. Miami. I'la. Ijtl — S/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlln; to engage III business under the flcultloBi nun. pi KRIENDLY EROBT C8ED APPLIANCES, at KM N.W Till Avenue, Intend! to register said name prltk the Clerk of the circuit Conn ol Dao County, Hoiiiia FRIENDLY FROST TV. SERVICE. Inc. MAC MI:I:.MI:I. Attorne) i"i Applicant 111 Alnaley Bldg I 10-17-24 — 7'1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the niiiiei~itii.il. dealrlng to engage In buslne." Undl l I"' Hftl loja name of POST BRI'NCH AND SODA, al 150 (lli.llda AM-nue. dial Gables. Honda. intend to regliter nld name wltt ithe Clerk or the Cln ull I o iii ••< B County. Iloi Ida ,ii iKKPIl Ft |' IEL MYRA FOOEL 5/17 — S/J-in-17 ^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179981 DOROTHY UILM IN, Plaintiff IRVINO itll.M IN. I of. I.II.I SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO IRVING 'in M \.\ In SI You. IRVlNG 'ill.M VN ..! thai a BUI Divorce ha, beer. I ed ;,->„; r u, :.r ,, .;^.n;; SlVorn' I" >"•' '""" •" fTi,for4Tlh 0O. day cull Court "ii or bi for* ini %  '",.::;;,:;.',':. ;'.,:,v,"r"Si ;;! Florida, tin*h "' M 5 %  R. I.KATHKUMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. ^•'WM^WST^'MNG. .circuit Court Seal) D! I/I-II-17-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF !ND V F^V. U r?' C,AL "-CJ.TT"N 7n* F P R DADE COUNTY, FLORBAMi !" ? 1 CH 1 A NCEHY N "mi ki ,1 Tv ;u*> • TX W •"' d LILLIE KOLTN0W. hit wife, Malntlffa, NELLIE BAKU, n widow; gagj., To: NOTICfTOAr^ir""' "' BAKER' t A KK an ANN "' : %  KMt, his wife, ,.., .V.'v. 1 :',",'New York 1 %  > ANNIE BAKER, a widow ... J' r ''cpnrt. New York i>> CATHERINE BSTEL1 K ROBERTS', a widow ,., !t„W '-' k '• s,w York "> • '-MA HINER. a widow ,-, .. I-'' 1 "" '"allfornla IM-12 }.CONNOR, i. widow Ct.i.i 1'aclflc Avenue. San ,*> n? n "'>. California '6) All unknown heira. devisees granteea, eaal g neea, lleaors, credItora, trustees or other partial claiming by. through, under or against WII.UAM M. BAKER, Mad: OLIVER P. HAKF.lt, Deceaaed; BENJAMIN A. BAKr;.^.., J R ; "eceaaed: HATTIK i,.... %  '•'•••eaxed, also known aa HARRIET II.MA BAKER. Deceaaed: BENJAMIN BAKER. SR., Deceased: LEMUEL BAKER. I>eceased: MARY E SWVYKR !! A K!":!!' Deeeaaed: and CARL MAKER, Deceased. (i) And If any of the above named defendants be dead, the unknown Heira, devisees, grantees, assignees. Ilenora, truateea, creditors and other partial claiming by, through, under or against the above named defendants. IS) The unknown spouses of any of the above named Defendants. 19) And all parties, known or unknown, having or claiming to have any right, title ., r interest In and to the following described property, situate, lying and being in i lade "ounty, Florida, to it: Lot :'s of SAWYER AND mm. KI'.TS ADDITION, according to the rial thereof, recorded n pial Book ::. at Page L'7 of the public Records of Dade County. Florida. >nl" AND EACH tip YOi; are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint to Quiet Title to the above described real propertj hai been filed against you, and you are renulred t" %  copy of your Answer or Pleading Kill of Complain) on the Plaintiffs' attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOP, SOI Olympia Building, Miami 3:', nrnd fibthe original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'nih da) of June. lie. if you fail to %  I" so, judgn .iii b) default will be taken igalnsl you for the relief dein nded in the Pill of Complaint T*his notice shall be published once each week for foui MI consecutive In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. IH>NE AND ORDERED al M I. .. tins 19th day of May, A D, %  i: I! LEATHERMAN, k, Clrc in Curt Dade County, FVM Ida By -MAN COCRNOYER. fClrculi Court Seall Deputy Clerk GEt IRGE CHERTKOP for Plaintiffs (07 Olympia Building, Miami 3'-'. I'la. 17 • I 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of BLIZZARD KAN COMPANY, at :'2 B.W. 5th St.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Dade County, Florida. M A. KLAB8, uwiier ;,' %  :: — 6/3-in-i7 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of REP'S CLOTHING STORE, at 179:'7 South Federal Highway, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. JL'I.ES ARON EDWARD A RONS Attorney for Applicant ;. 17 K ::-l(i-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS le,.,IL LW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ,. • .,i.. ...a aeai'lii 1 to engage In business under the fictitious name of i ... .i ,.i. \ i i.i.r.. iit Seville Hotel, Miami Beach, intendto regl" !., said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida FORTY-SEVENTH STREET DEVEI.i IPMENT O >RP. A PI la Corporation BURNETT ROTH Attorne) for Applicant 4JII Lincoln Rib 6 10-17-21 — '• I NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In I .a i %  Die fi.-iltioiis name of GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, at 37d) ,. i intends w reglatej with the Clerk oftfce Circuit '••"" f tfcMACK MITCHELL M QOLDMAN Attorney for Applicant 141 s.-.bi, Id llldg. lo-r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KUTICE IS HEREBY 0I\ EN lhal ,i,;. it ;n "• %  "-'-'' S &W 7th Avenue, North Miami. Inj,, V to register said aame "JM>the ''"' i 1> 00r HARRY WEI8EB IKNN1E WEI8ER HI RHRRT EISER SADLER TL'NICK Attorney! for Applicant! i II :" n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTK E N fe^OIVEN Cat II, ti. eisiKned. desiring to engage In S Rii^S! Sf&Sgaa&i" 6 VliH.ET HILTON HI'NI'.Y M CAIN Au-no [orAppUcant Hiigler St. S/I0-17-M — /L NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .„_. NAME LAW .NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In V;,"', 1 .':.'^,.'"" 1 1 tn0 "ctitloua name ot Ml. RRA. HOMES, at r,960 LaOorce Drive. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends regtyter said name with the Clerk .!.','.'. cl ? eu 1 Court of Dade Cunc :.vMorR B u Kf B, M Attorney for Murray Homes 60.-. Lincoln Road. Miami Peach, Fla. a/-'7 — 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tluundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Ot TIMETABLE DISTRIBUTORS, at |-|| ft. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla „ intends to register said name with the < lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ( ounty, Florida. NOITHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. \ I'lorida Corporatloa PALLOT, SILVER & ML'LLOY Attorneys for Applicants 7(11 Congress Bldg. 6/;i-10-l7-_'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS SERVICES, at IH N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name With the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad.* County, Florida SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC, A Florida Corporation PALLOT, SILVER & ML'LLOY Attorney! for Applicants 701 Congress Bldg. 1/1-10-17-24 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engine in business under the fictitious name of HOTEL FOLDER DISTRIBUTORS at '-'ii N Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. .--i n Tlll.lt.s Fl il.l i|-:it DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorneyi for Applicants itil Congress Bldg. I'. 1-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng lo engage In business under the fictitious name of TRANS Pi iRT \Tli i.\ ADVERTISING SERVICES, in III N. Miami Avenue, Fla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. A I i la Corporation PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorney! fof Applicants 7ol Congress Bldg. •; '3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, dw i ring to engage i" business under the fictitious mime of ATTRACTION AND RESORT FOLDER DISTRIBUTORS, at III N M ami Avenue. Miami, Ha., Intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SOl'THERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation I'M.LOT. SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorneys for Applicant! 701 CongreaS Bldg. 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 MODEL POLDER D1STRIBUTINO SERVICE, at 926 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, SOUTHERN POLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT, SILVER .Ml'LLOY Attorneyi for Applicant! 7"1 i 'nngre.is Bldg. g/3-10-17 LI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180149 EDNA RUBIN, Plaintiff vs. SAMUEL K RUBIN, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SAMUEL K. RUBIN P. 1 EaSl li-H'1 Street Nan Yoik. NY. You are be>.h\ notified tgfA a" omplaint lor DBorc has Ifeen filed against von. anil you are tieretn renulred to serve a-pi of voui An swer to the Oomngt for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the lerk of the circuit Court, on or before the I das • %  < July, l65, otherwise the allegations of said Complaint for Divorce Will be taken as confessed aaalnsl you. "•'"" *fc*41fc*THSBki!8fc Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida H R. II. RICE, -IR. (HEAL) I ">' l T k i ,i,i iNOFT. WALLER ,v GKEENBERG attorneys for Plaintiff Bj Oeorgi J Tallanoff 120 l.in.olM Road. Miami Bl • h, 1 I 6 S-10-17 -i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN ADVERTISING SERVICES, at 93* N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla, Intends lo register said name with the Clerk of EM circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida, SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT. SILVER A.ML'LLOY Attorneys for Applicants 701 Connress Bldg. 1/3-10-17-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th,. undersigned, deRiring to engage tn business under the fictitious name of SOl'THERN DISPLAY SERVICES iit 1126 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for Applicants %  01 Congress Bldg. I/S-10-17-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of FLORIDA ADVERTISING DISTRIBUTORS, at C26 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile Countv. Florida. SOUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A Florida Corporation PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY Attorneyi for Applicants 701 Congress llldg. 6/3-10-17 L' I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREPY OIVEN tlrat the underalgned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name Of SOl'THERN DISPLAY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, at :•:;•; N. Miami Avenue. Miami. 11a Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Conn of Dad.County, Florida. Si IUTHERN FOLDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A I en id. i i '.a poriil ion PALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLOY Attorneyi for Applicants To i Congress Bldg. 6. ::-1"-l7-:'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In Ml mill.' the fictitious n.ui I" SOUTHERN DISPLAY RACK SERVICES, at !•:'•'. N. Miami Av.nue. Miami. Km. intends to reglstet said name with the I 'I. I k of the I court of I tade i 'ountj. Ptorl la. Si IUTHERN Fl ILDER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC. A I'ioi Ida Coi poral Ion PAI.I.or. SILVER .v MULLOY Attorn. \ ^ fOI Applicants 7nl Congress Bldg. I 1-10-17-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180125 MATILDA O'MAHONY, Plaintiff. vs. EMMETT J. O'MAHONY. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EMMETT .1. O'MAHONY Resilience and aildless unknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ii'iiin-t you. and you are required 10 serve ii copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or before the ..th ilav of July. 1116. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnat you for Ihe relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of June. A.D. 19 '*''' E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. 1 i.ole i 'ounty. Florida Bj I. SNEEDEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney foi Plaintiff L'.ls YV. Flaglcr Street. Miami. Horlda 6/3-10-17-J4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! %  Jew 1st HcrkKain solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 for messenger service 1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Loweit Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366 ? %  J



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PAGE 12 B >J(wlstincrkfton _FHIDAY GLOBAL SHORTS Israel Philharmonic Gives Truman Urges UJA Support; Private Concert for Pope Pius Sees Prospects for Peace ROME (JTA) -The Israel Phil j DENVER (JTAiFormer Presi harmonic played a precedent %  dent Harry S Truman has urged breaking private concert before the Denver communit\ to give Ml Pope Pius XII la-t week, the t ir-t wholehearted support to the load orchestra tver to do so for Pope I'nited Jewish Appeal Allied Ifn Pius The private concert was. gh isd Campaign The former chief en at the request ol Conductor executive mad" his plea in an inPaul Kletzky. who asked that the terview with Adolph Kiesler, Den i rchi ira be permitted to perform ver philanthropist, reported in the as a feature ol gratitude lor the [ntermountain Jewish News Ur help given by the Roman Catholic rruman uid that the LUA has church to victims ol nazism and "done i wonderful work" and fascism. Senate Committee Votes Aid; S30,000,000 Seen for Israel \\ ASHTNGTON IJTA) Th( reign R< lations Committee pproved b< .. \"'< ol IS to added that It is "entitled to the u holehe n • %  rt" ol person • ol all faiths Dutch Banker Sentenced For Looting Jewish Assets THE HACI I (J T \ An Am two ,i S3.408.ooo foreign aid bill sterdam court has sentenced Otto %  included an estimated $30, ReW Dutch banl i i ii. %  • %  Israel in the fiscal year ol I9M rears in upon his The measure contained fundto viction in absei charges ol • ui assist rating with the N i eor • • • thi I %  %  i Demo. ral lid tl i • f Dutcl Jewish • %  • • same amount ol amount l llioni ot guilders net* m nej as asked bj the Preai The court deducted from tl-,. irization of cer tenee three rears which Re tain types ol | pent in di lention before I 1 •"' %  trial The ex banker, i fugitive current!) I i Israel Takes First Step "• In Relaxing Currency Blocks Poerfo R|co ~ H(Jve Fir$f •" l ; SALEM "^ C ur.L. ne m ... i Synagogue With U.S. Rabbi MEW VORK \\ \S The i:.,!. rei tation has mi to -m h ,t (he ent will permit itbinical Council of A n 'int.on • • here this wi eh thai the < mn's rather rce the con first syn tl i ; ,.i ol all ton ign currencj I,|:, r % %  it was official!) Zedek in %  i-mur.it> ol n of currencj i introls, Puerto Rica which in 1053 was which will take efl will n| v 28 families, now numbers i •• foreign currencj received ''""''' 'nan 200 families The iirst tram 1 paj n 1 nts coram • •>< ihe n< n • %  sions and ean unced u .11 be Ral %  ales restitution pj iman. 1 ,,( y,.. ad gifts shiva 1 He will be in— rtalh %  I | a nnl oi the Rabbinical Jacob Blaustein Honored By Top U.S. Statesmen WNS rh G01 %  <\.<\ and silver 'Christ Amendment' Again Introduced ~ ''" % %  IN I T \ S:ler. Kentuckj R Ihe Cot titution %  h >r ity" 1 I Jesus t hrist •' "h the n amendmenl is 1 atesiroduci 1 Sen Ralph E I Vermont I the American Jewish r. tribute to his Swedish Ant! *—•! philanaweaisn Anti-iemite lhropis[ v „„„ mi hu Wins in Higher Court v, ^." %  lunche-.n for Ml 1 l.'iNDON tJTA A fine of 400 teir, al the Ad. | !ub Swedish crowns imposed recently on E:nar Aberg, notorious publish p'--.; D'.UL :J er o' anti-Semitism literature .... 0 B riT A,d$ tie Stockholm District Court, h,Vietnam, Klutznick Says been ~et aside by a higher Swedish WASHINGTON (WNS v -rt Aberg had been fined on emerge, ) contribution' • charges of disseminating printed the one million refugees who I material without a note as to the streamed into free S .nth Viet N printer, place of publ.cat.on. or from Communist North Viet Nam date of production, as required by was made this week bv Bnai Swedish law. Brith „ was annoimcfll t)V ,, GIFFEI. INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA ^ SUB-CONTRACTOR-SPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & TILE VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL BOOSTERS FOR 2-5 YEARS 2u4Uty-Sctvice-Piece FREE ESTIMATES ident Philip M Klutznick This action came in response to a tele gram from a committee headed by Admiral Richard K Byrd asking aid for the anti Communist cscap (eKlut/nick also accepted Ihe invitation ol Admiral Byrd to become a member ot the national committee of "Operation Brother hood.' sponsored bj the Inteina tional Rescue committee and the I S Junior Chamber of Commerce Canada Clarifttt Stand MONTREAL (JTA)-^J \V ivk ersgill. Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, will consider admi-si .ble those "hard core" immigrant* who are not suffering from an active disease and who may be come elf sustaining, he has informed Samuel Bronfman, presi dent of the Canadian Jewish Con Nfcl H WoilBn WijtuZi ^'"nien's r.^_ -ada &M ^Planning .JJH '•"•"">* Ju W i 8 ** Helen Naka, 1^ YOUR MONEY >v IN A CHASC INSUSIO SAVINGS ACCOUNT ; os* Actually, there is no safer place to keep your money. All Chase Federal accounts are insure J safe to $10,000; for that matter, you and your family can have as many as half a dozen accounts, each insured for the maximum amount. I'ut present speculative holdings, low earning funds or idle dollars to work at Chase today! HIMR1I MII.Mil AND LOAN ASSOCIATION }W mtn ,0A0 W< COLLINS AVI. 425 4ht STRUT, MUM


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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June 17, 1955

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1955

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01428

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)L'JME 29Number 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1955

PRICE: TEN CENTS
3 Israel Groups Present Slate For Parliament Elections
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n r -. DIPLOMATIC MOVES MARK NEW PHASE IN TENSE SITUATION
ew Record Surpasses 2hParty
listing Previously offered During Egypt Told 'Saber Rattling' Will Shake
First and Second Knesset Contest Strength of Gaza Armistice Agreement
moon CONfAB
TEL AVIV (JTA>Twenty-three election lists, a record number in JERUSALEM The Gaza strip bord-r bc-
a.'IV >hort parliamentary history, have been presented to the central .,.. i.,.i _. r .
committee headed by Chief Justice Shimon Agranat. for the ^ ?? "*** SCC"e f ,ncreasm8 **
f.sel (lections scheduled to be held July 26 The first and second as re,alla,lon followed provocation ever more bit-
[< i' were contested by 21 party lists teriy in recent weeks, h:is moved into the arena of
The Mapai list was headed by Moshe Sharett, David Bcn-Gurinn international move and counter-move. It was a week
ph Sprinzak. while the General Zionist election list was headed j which the Prime Minister ol Israel, the Prime Min
IVrctz Bernstein. Israel Rokach. Shoshanah Per ite, Joseph Saphir ister ol Egypt, the Secretary General of the United
) ,1.,-tph Serlin. Nations, the United States Secretary of State and its
principal religious lists were entered, following the collapse---------------------------------;'--------------------------
ations for a* united religious front, One list, made up of Miz-
hi I Hapoel Ilamizrachi. is headed bj Moshe Shapiro. Yosef Burg,
aphael. Zorach Warhaftm. Dr Mordecai Nurock, Moshe Unna
l A. Grinherg. The other list.J
which i composed ol and
ah, i; li d b< Rabbi Vitz-
li ik Meir I.e. ine, i;, njamin M
Rabbi Shlomo Lorentz, Rabbi Zal-
man Kahana and 1 B i: Vac lb
The right-wii Party en-
tered a list hea led by Mcnachem
Beigin, Dr Joehanan Bader and
Benjamin Avniel. Lists were also
T. f*^^*mm^m entered by Mapam, Leachdul Avo
I0P LOilCcrnS 'iaTi. T e Party, and the
Communists, Smaller election lists
IN (JTA) Few decades wor{, ;i,M) history of the Jews have | y^, |j>t hca(lc(1 by Mo>h(,'
ten a- important as the past ten Nu>sbachcr. Isral.H !lst. headed by
ear- Secretary of State John Fos- pe|led. ykud a popular eco.
r nul.es declared in a message I nomjc movcment neane(t i,y the
fa public here Wednesday at; former eenorai secretary of the
|c i nsultative Conference of
iwish
Irence
World Jewish
Leaders Eye
Concerns
Organizations. The con-
which began early this
former general
Continued on Page 2 A
Burmese Prime Minister U Nu, Israeli Premier Moshe Sharett
and welcoming party stand at attention as the Burmese and
Israeli national anthems aze played at Lod International Air-
Dcrt upon the arrival of the Burmese Premier and his party for that a Council meeting might have
c recerd state visit of Israel. \ ca!'ed- since Gen. Burns. Mr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Lodge noted, was attempting to lm-
chief delegate to the UN all had something to say.
These were the developments in an action-packed
week on the diplomatic front:
2. A sharp warning to Egypt that further adven-
tures along the Gaza border would only end in fail-
ure and might, indeed have disastrous consequences
for Egypt's present ruling powers was Issued in an
official Israel Government statement here. "Saber
rattling and empty nationalistic slogans." the State-
ment added, "are among the tac-
tics of everv despotic regime,
which seeks thus to bolster up its
precarious lule." And the state-
ment reminded Egypt that it holds
the Gaza strip only on the strength
of the armistice agreement, and
would be, therefore, w 0 ad
;> respect thai agreement scrupu-
lously.
2. Henry Cabol Lodge, Jr.. is
chairman of the us. delegation t'>
the United Nations. This month.
he is also president of the Security
Council, but without a meeting of
that body, warned both Egypt and
Israel that they had better cooper-
ate with Mai. Gen. E. L. M. Burns,
I UN true chief, in his efforts to
pacify the border area. There was
an "or else" attached to this urg-
ing, and that was the possibility
n.^SSSTZS^ fiWM-MGAS PRODUCER APPEALS 'FAVORABLE' VERDICT
|eek by the American Jewish Com-
< Anglo-Jewish Association
|nd Alliance Israelite Universelle
Mr. Dulles also commended the
frganizatiODl represented at the
parley for "their interest in work
i human rights, for rein
lorcem* nt of Jewish religious and !
Bltural life and especially for the
If fort spent on furthering under-
standing between Jews and non-
few- He wished the conference
Macs, iii its efforts to rebuild
Jewish life in Western Europe and
In defense of civil rights.
Dr. Gerhard Peters Seeks Compensation for Costs;
Neo-Nazi Minister Suspended After Sharp Protest
Irving M. Engel, head of the
UC, pledged his organization's
fupport of plans to help the Euro-
Continued on P9 11 A
FRANKFURT (JTA) Dr.
Gerhard Peters, German manu-
facturer of a special cyanide
gas, who was acquitted of re-
sponsibility in the murder of
hundreds of thousands of Jews
and other inmates at the Ausch-
witz concentration camp, has ap-
pealed against the verdict of the
Frankfurt court which acquit-
ted him.
Dr. Peters, again an execu-
tive in the chemical industry of
Germany, appealed on the
grounds that he should have
been awarded the costs of his
legal defense and compensation
for the time he lost when held
in pre trial custody after the
war ended. The acquittal came
in his seventh trial, the verdict
in all six others having been
against him.
The Frankfurt prosecutor,
who had a week in which to
appeal the court's acquittal re-
fused to act despite an appeal to
him by the Central Council of
Jews in Germany. This means
that if Dr. Peters is granted a
retrial on his appeal, he cannot
be found guilty regardless of
plcment the Security Council's
unanimous resolution of Mar. 30.
3. In Washington. Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles told a
press conference that he believes
action should be taken by both
sides to remedy the situation. He
said that the United States follows
the Gaza situation very closely.
4 Israel Ambassador to the Unit-
ed States Abba Eban. having re-
turned to Washington from con-
Meanwhile in Bonn, protests [saltations in Israel's capital, con-
by educators and the public in ferred with Assistant Secretary' of
Sta'e George V. Allen. Both the im-
the finding
court.
of the appelate
Lower Saxony have forced the
suspension of the newly ap-
pointed Minister of Education
and Religion. Dr. Leonhard
Schlueter. Sehlueter is a neo-
Nazi leader and a publisher of
books by Nazi writers. He is now
"on leave."
Schlueter is a member of the
Free Democratic Party and was
a founder of the Socialist Reich
Party which was outlawed as
neo-Nazi by the Bonn Govern
ment. Jews in Lower Saxony
have been asked to refuse all co-
operation with Schlueter.
mediate problem of the Gaza ten-
sion and broader problems which
have been under review for some
time were discussed. Mr. Eban is
believed to have told Mr. Allen
that his government places central
importance on the close coopera-
tion between Israel and the U.S. Is-
rael circles in Washington feel that
there i". a recent disposition in the
United States capital to approach
Israel's problems with more com-
prehension. The same circles feel
that great interest attaches to ques-
Continuod on Page 2 A
SENATOR LEHMAN TESTIFIES ON IMMIGRATION
Unused Visa Issue is Raised in Senate
President Eisenhower receives a 2,000 year old lamp ol
freedom" at a White House ceremony from Un,ted jwtsn
Appeal general chairman William Rosenwald. The uja co
ferred on the President a citation for "dittingmshed humanitar
an service to victims of Nasi tyranny."
WASHINGTON (JTA) The opinion that the refu-
.,.,. relief program should be handled by a special
administrator of the program as a social welfare
Unction, rather than as a police function under the
Department Bureau of Security and Consular
\ffairs, has been expressed by a number of wit-
,u'sses before a Senate Immigration Subcommittee
holding hearings on amendments to the Refugee Re-
,iCSenC,Herbert3H. Lehman compared President
| Eisenhower's amendments to the ref*" P1^;
which have been introduced by Sen. Arthur Wat
kfls with those of his own bill. The Senator cited
two"vital" differences, one pertaining to the ad-
ministrative setup and the other to the USB of the
unused vjsa numbers. Sen. Lehman said that his bill
proposes to create an administrator of the program
directly responsible to the Secretary of State and
free from subservience to any State Department
bureau. The administration of the program should
not be tied to the "police and review functions" of
the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, he
stated.
The second difference Sen. Lehman cited refer-
red to the reallocation of unused visas. He said that
unused numbers would be reallocated among those
groups which have "the greatest need for visas." in-
stead of utilizing unused numbers for a worldwide
orphans pool, as the Watkins Bill proposes.


PAGE 2 A
-Jmlstncrktlan
, Egypt Warned of Gaza Danger
Continued from Pjge 1 A
; 11 of a l' S. .security agreement
with the Jewish State, and Mr
hi i> believed to have resumed
tcussion on this point While no
conclusion en this problem is e\
I eted to be reached In the near
future, the subject is still verj
much alive, according to ini
lions from these quarters
."> State Deartmenl sources la
Washington let it be known that
return i t Ambassador Eric
Johnston to the Middle Bast has
been delayed for Several weeks.
ere were ; variejtj of reasons for
nut the (iara situation
i- among the:". In addition la <;. The fact th.it the King "t Jordi
would be away from home and
that the present structure of .'or
dan's Government is such that au-
thority to conclude an agreement
on Jordan River development
which Johnston seeks nay he lack-
. ..re among reasons for the de
laj
>; Prime Minister MosIm Sharett
! Gen Burns in Jerusalem th.it
Israel is read) to pertieioate in enj
meeting with Egypt called bj the
1,'nited Nations to consider practi
means for abatement of the
', i -ion He was rep!.. let
ti from r \" Secret.i.\ Gem
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At a recent meetinq of Delta Phi Epsilon Mother's Club the
following were elected for Ihe cominq year. Pictured (left to
right* are Mrs. Abraham Levine. recording secretary; Mrs.
Albert Dubbin, president; Mrs. Lourraine Sugerman. corre-
sponding secretary. Mis. Joseph Schwadron. vice president.
Not shown is Mrs. Hilma Auaust. treasurer.
23 Israel Groups Present
Slate for Knesset Election
Continued frpm Page 1 A
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Weiner Given
Legion Award
Bernie Weiner SOD Of Mr and
Mr- Dan Weiner was presented
with the American Legion
i;t Sbenandoah Junior High School
rcises on June 1
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who has fulfilled the five qualities
of honor icholarahip, eo
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1 une year he won i
talent contest :,t his school for
In addition to heinc president
of Sbenandoah Junior High School
and the student council, pmldi III
of the dramatic club and presi-
dent of hi.\ speech cla-s. Bernie
found lime to earn himself two
letters in varsity sport-
Bel me is also an honor student
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PAGE 3 A
ifereth Israel BreaksGro^dS^dTy For New Svnazoirue
,r(1breaking ceremonies.far ^k^^^^ggg^^^^ ^ ^HdgOgUC
-n.i rebreaking ceremonies for
j50,(00 addition to Tifereth Is-
\< rihside Center will be held
idaj ftftemoon, June 19, on the
liter's site at 6500 North Miami
;k cording to an announce-
|nt Wednesday-by*Jack'Berke.
indent
Thr r.ew building will be used
lu.-ively for a chapel to scat,
vwn nippers, Berke said. The1
Inter.' present facilities will be
Everted for classroom use by Tif-
ilh Israel's religious school.
|\v In D erected, the building will
(i()\]00 feet in dimension and
scheduled to include indirect
tiling, air conditioning and pews.
'ording to Rabbi Abraham Her-
, vpi'ttual leader, one wall of
linking, situated immediately
und .he altar and facing NW
In ~t will be entirely of stained
windows.
Iilerclh Israel Northside Center
> i< ur.ded some six years ago,
h .i charter membership of 12
tollies In August, 1954, Rabbi
lr-on i.vsumed the Center pulpit,
(d todey there are upward of 250
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will be Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education; Mrs. Matilda Rat
ner. Bureau president; and Sam
^ J. Hciman. chairman of the 1955
affiliated with Tifereth ICombined Jewi*h Appeal cam
j Paign.
Representing members of the
bench will .be Judges George E.
Architectural view of new Tifereth Israel*Synagogue.
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ISfimc 125 students attend the
biter's religious school and are
tided into pre-teen age, confir-
alion and daily Hebrew class
limp- Also affiliated with the
p < a teen-age organization.
urn plans call for the incor-
Irdtii n of the teen agers into
Synagogue Youth, Rabbi
rson "-aid.
leading up a list of dignitaries
Sunday's groundbreaking' will
i Mayor Abe Aronovitz
v mi Beach City Councilman
p. Navy Awards Rodney
eslie 3-Year Scholarship
Rodney Leslie, son of Mr. and
Sri H. Leslie, 3114 Prairie
te Miami Beach, has been of-
ci.ilk accepted as a regular
li;wi T.id.shipman at the Univer-
lt> ol Michigan.
The United States Navy will
nard Rodney a scholarship to the
Iniver; :> of Michigan for the next
'"<'' yean, He has officially re-
>! bis cruise orders and leaves
liami July 10 to set sail on a
ruiser for Stockholm, Sweden, and
klo, Ni: way.
Rodney has also been accepted
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor
<'t; n which only the top two
of male freshman are ac-
tpted
Miami Hebrew School and Congre .Berke' f'rst ff,c,al act follow
gation; and Malcolm Sparer. Hia-|ing nis'installation as Tifereth Is-
leah-Miami Springs, who will give'rae' president Saturday evening,
the invocation. I June 18.
recording secretary; Al Kurzban,
corresponding secretary; Leon
Goldberg, social secretary; and
Murray Tropp, sergeant-at-arms.
North Beach P.T.A.
Elects Mrs. feiner
Elections and installations of
new officers for North Beach Ele-
mentary School PTA is announced
by the group.
Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner was
named president for the coming
year. Installed with her were Mrs.
Robert Peterson. Mrs. D. Lee Pow-
ell, Mrs. Gerald Warren, vice
presidents.
Others are Mrs. Morris I.ans-
burg. treasurer; Mr, Victor Kugel,
secretary; and Mrs. Clarence Bus-
sy. corresponding secretary.
Miami Chapter Delegation
Oft For Washington
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will send a delegation of women to
Washington. DC. to attend the
annual convention of B'nai B'rith
Women of District 5. The conven- j
tion will be held at the Sheraton
Park hotel June 18 through 20.
At the convention, a report will
be given by Mrs. Murray L. Lazar-
us, of B'nai B'rith Women of Mi-
ami. Attending from chapter in-
clude Mrs. Nat Spiegelman, Mrs.
Herman Goldstein. Mrs. Harvey
Herman, Mrs Philip Rand.
Following students were recipients of Bas
Mitzvah certificates at Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter: First row (left to right) are Miriam Lieb.
Leah Rabenowich, Barbara Klein, Judy Fab-
ricand, Paulette Bursuk, Harriette Ostrie,
Meryl Bernstein and Lila Glossman. Sec-
ond row are Esther Brenner, Rabbi B. Leon
.v .....
Hurwitz, Rev. Rudolph Erill and Josephine
Friedman. Certificates were presented by
Rabbi Hurwitz, who was assisted by Abra-
ham Maloff and Nathan Davidow. Esther
Brenner was the recipient of a Confirmation
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Volume 29 Number 24
Sivan 27. 5715
No Anti-Semitism in Spain?
Generalissimo Francisco Franco last week
told U.S. newsman David Lawrence that there
is absolutely no anti-Semitism in Spainthat
anti-Semitism has never existed in his country.
Apparently, this observation by the Master
oi Spain came in reply to a question posed by
Mr. Lawrence. To begin with, we wonder why
Mr. Lawrence is now concerned with such
issues at all. Many years ago. himself a Jew,
he was noted lor his intimate identification
with Jewish affairs here and abroad.
But time has been kind to him. and the kindly
direction of his destiny has bred in Mr.
Lawrence n vague sort of forgetfulness about
his people and their problems. Since reaching
an ascendant position in journalism, he has
been identified with every major arch conserv-
ative movement; his championing of Sen. Mc-
Carthy was merely principal among these.
It seems therefore proper for Generalissimo
Franco to have told Mr. Lawrence that there
never was any anti-Semitism in Spain and that
certainly none exists now. For no other writer
but a writer who has forgotten hi<- tradition
could accept the Generalissimo's remark on
its face.
We may excuse Generalissimo Franco. He
is an opportunist dictator and a politician who
understands the value of public relations. But,
in addition to the other limitation" of his mem-
ory, could Mr. Lawrence have also forgotten
the Spanish inquisitionover a period of gen-
erations the source of Jew-murder in the name
of religion? Could he have forgotten the flight
of Spanish Jewry and the rabbinic vow never
to return there?
If Spain suffers from no anti-Semitism today,
it is that only a handful of Jews remain among
its people for them to hate.
Miami Represented in London
Miami was this week represented at a five-
day conference in London, England, on matters
affecting Jewish communities in Western Eur-
ope and North Africa.
J. Gerald Lewis, of the Miami Chapter, along
with 14 other members of the American Jewish
Committee throughout the United States, par-
ticipated in deliberations with more than 80
world Jewish leaders from various countries of
European continent.
In addition to AJCommittee. co-sponsoring
the event were the Anglo-Jewish Association of
Britain and Alliance Israelite Universelle of
France.
We note with interest that topics of discussion
included the relation of Jewish communities to
their environment; anti-Semitism a a heritage
of Nazism; the fight for human rights; the
strengthening of Jewish religious, educational
and cultural life; and best methods for increas-
ed cooperation among the Jewish communities
oi Western Europe, the United States and Israel.
The Miami Chapter of AJCommittee should
certainly have a vital report for our city on the
London deliberations when Mr. Lewis returns.
[fmmjri,
Shapiro Was Energetic Mayor
Harold Shapiro's two-year tenure in office
as Mayor of Miami Beach ended last week.
Shapiro took his job as Miami Beach mayor
seriously. He did not conceive of it as a local
post alone. He attended meetinqs, conventions
and trouble-shooting discussions throughout the
nation to make certain that his city was repre-
sented wherever and whenever possible and
to tell the story of Miami Beach achievement
and aspiration to significant official and un-
official bodies.
The energetic mayor's contribution to his
city's renown is already legion, and perhaps
his greatest role in this regard was to char-
acterize Miami Beach as an area of which its
sincere, hard-working residents could well be
proud.
Shapiro's travels as representative of his
city were vast. Whether it was to memorialize
Miami Beach on the celebrities' cement-walk
of the Giauman theater in Los Angeles or to
bring official greetings to the mayors of Paris
and Rome. Shapiro was ever mindful of his job.
At home, he will be remembered for the
energy he brought to his local duties as mayor
and for the cooperation that always marked
his official activity. We are certain that his
continuing role in Beach political activity as a
member of the city council will be emphasized
by the same integrity that has been the hall-
mark of his career thusfar.
to fr
The New Beach City Council
Miami Beach voters last week elected to the
city council a number of local leaders who
have long been active here in many worth-
while civic, philanthropic and religious en-
deavors.
These men have for some time contributed
their energy and ability to the betterment of
their city, as well as to the area at large.
Their addition to the Miami Beach City Coun-
cil augers well for the city's future. In con-
junction with the hold-over members and suc-
cessful incumbents, they will form, we believe
a local government of which the Beach may
be proud.
During The Week...as i s
By LEO MINDLIN
Ml
ELECTIONEERING IN Miami Beach during the
has given me good cause-for reminiscing about Dnr,Ns' '* *k
wonder how any man in office can look at his coIImL, l**Wn\
and battle of a campaign are over. It seems to me i'-T' af,*r'Wri
be something like integrity among those who run ? """OlT
whether that government is local, mate or national v govermeBI",
appear to bring out the worst in candidates I blackmail; intelligence assumes the guise of <|.'.]',) ,glV(s *r,|
dignity falls before the sudden need for exh^mum^^1**!!
First step taken by the ambitious politician i- to i^
,icly with "good deeds." Dividing and subdiv.dine ik.
nto social, economic and "ethnic" groups, he appeal, .t1*"^!
-tartoforg.nia.Vnstta'lSl
-Melf as the ideal repre*',* ***.
people." Where, as in the case of many of the Miami'S,T|!a
1 '"MM
pursuit of his private business affairs, he suddenly anL'." "* *
countless times a weekwhether by name or photograph-lnd'11 *
WING TO OIL THt OttAKf MACHINERY
An Appeal to Legal Limitations
It certainly is the duty of our legislators in
Washington to call to the attention of this nation
the need for new laws when they consider that
such laws will add significantly to the protec-
tion and comfort of Americans generally.
But ,t is an unfortunate habit among some
of these legislators to suggest to Congress, in
unreasonable outbursts of passion often moti-
vated by personal ambition or pressure "back
home, the adoption of legislation that can do
little except create dissension among us and
challenge the fundamental rights of the indi-
viaual citizen.
Such a bill, we believe, is Kentucky Republi-
?.*. Eu*f S"'- which r Jammed,
the adoption of an amendment to the U.S Con-
stitution recognizing the "law and authority" of
Jesus Christ. It would be fruitless for us
tn&~? and ver ?fato matters pertaining
on? ,K T ?' 8ePara,lon of church and state
and the fact that such an amendment would
make of many Americans second class citizens
SenreR^D,hedF.,h,8HargUme^, ,,en ugh when
Sen. Ralph Flanders, of Vermont, recommend-
ed a similar measure last year.
We appeal instead, to the concept of incor-
poration by reference. In effect. Rep. S.ler^bi 1
would establish the Christian deity and Chri*
nan defines according to his gospels as*
body of law within the const.tut.on of this na
crystal clear in thet maLs^A se^on aTnea
document, all of our legal procedu^eVnnH
cesses derive therefrom prOCeduie8 and P-o-
witany'rn w^o ^.J^^T
conviction, as the tS^^1^^
tucky apparently does R?,?T m Ken-
realize thTfi co^v ctior^ uVrT! ""^
upon the framewor^r^ialTthu^
publicly with" "good deeds." Dividing aTd'subd^,d,BVn;nU', *H
into social, economic and "ethnic" groups, he appeal, t< .h00"*1
interest of each. Belonging to a host of organi/.-.t, nns ,_',, ?"
goals of all. he thus portrays himself as the ideal nan^Z ^
people." Where, as in the case of many of the I
he had spent the intervening years between campaigns |
----------- _rf ....,. ^"'""KniPD-anrl ^^
plaques, scrolls, awards and honors for the highest son m 1^
to humanity. 01 *}
At mass rallies, the candidate adores himself and-nn.
of the esteem in which he is heldbegins to hold in mJ?1
opponents. They are. most of them, unspeakable wretches r? *l
develops into defamation, and before long all the ills of th^l
world are recognized as stemming from them. When the mSJH
tabulated, and the less boastful and less colorful return horned
ed. the victorscompetitors allset aside manufactured differ**!-*I
assume their governmental offices. "'will
There is a good deal offensive in this haphazard procettar. r
one thing, the cynically negative attitude of individual candidate 1\
regard to one another forces us inevitably to conclude that the
who represent us function only at the outermost limit of what I
sider legality. For another, the methods they employ must vim*.
insult the electoral body, since they appeal to the assumed presewfc
it of both base and naive human characteristics base beciiw *I
electoral body Is expected to respond joyously to unquestioned
cation and naive because most voters, it is believed, will volumaM
enter into the hysteria of politicking and suspend their creators]
face of peasant forms of thinking.
THIS UNFORTUNATE situation gives rise to a circular ajleaaj
So long as politicians can depend upon success in waging the trataJl
type of campaign, they will continue unabated Bv the same tanl
the clear susceptibility on the part of the public to their oboonai
technique indicates little need for them to revise upward their rowl
for communal intelligence. In effect, what the politician (foesTil
trade upon the failings of his neighbor and to cast ill favor ob k|
tical government as an intellectually challenging form of social
pression.
Thus, in addition to besmirching the political art and depreaV]
it to the extent that it is regarded with patronizing humor asuti
pository of all that is iniquitous, candidates generally do
either by word or example, to elevate the cynical and often
attitude of their constituents toward concepts of democratic rot
Perhaps this is a childish notion, but it seems to me Out tel
who strike out in the direction of vying for public office ought priNdJ]
be capable of proving their leadership qualities. Such proof dots MI
lie in a candidate's ability to harangue a crowd; nor does it nudBl
itself in the facile means at his disposal to stage artificial "hirranitj
ianism award" ceremonies: These techniques merely lend addnau
energy to the circular dilemma of making light of serioui matters*
continue to indicate the candidate's morbid lack of respect forthsoB
body whose support he seeks. Now, by "leadership qualities," ldtau
mean the Greek Plato's concept of the "Philosopher King." who au
destined to study for fifty years before being permitted to assail
officean office in which he could then do little harm because aH
few years of life remained to him. Nor do I have in mind the praapM
of rule by intellectual and social aristocracya trend that detekaij
fortuitously during the history of the US. Presidency through Mil
ynines Adams until the erection in 1828 of Andrew j.ickson and 4
introduction of the spoils system.
As I see it. political leadership must inevitably involve su j
manship. This, of course, is a semantic situation We merely ds*|
words here; one may. with justification, insist that st.,t,-manshipis*
product of politicsmuch as healing is presumably the product* |
medicine or buildings the natural outgrowth of construction Bat*
unfortunate practical application of American government-n**
state and localhas been such that a distinction between >****
terms is entirely proper. The Democratic and Republican naoatt |
conventions of 1M2 are a case in point. I
e
THISB CONVENTIONS were the first ever to be televised^
afforded the nation a glimpse into the working machinery with *
Presidential candidates are chosen. It is no secret that both **
disturbed most observers and that much discussion ensue" fow""
the conventions about the possibility of revising their format in"
Broadcasten. themselves, for a while considered curtailing telenew
next time out principally, I suppose, because tbej also entertaja
cynical notions in political matters and because the* therefore!au
that revision of political attitudes on the part of candidates, as
of the electoral body, could not be hoped for in the immediate t*"l
The fact of the matter is that no one would dare suU*.
existence of statesmanship in either of the 1982 national c*"*2
tach was a magnificent if depraved example of hysterical P"" i,
without regard to ends. Now. if politics as a concept elicits *rop" ,
feelings that are far from difficult to define, statesmanship ]
Mte surest* qU,te another responseone which draws "**J2[
physical and even spiritual images. This is a natural and ""^11
reaction, s.nce it indicates that statesmanship has been plKed PP-
ally and thus practically beyond the reach of achievement.
The principal need, therefore, is the development of JJ^J
m which the opposites would be resolved and united-i" *"*Laj
tmction can no longer be made between politics and ^'m"f5(>
separate concepts of government The broadcasters discussion "^
rig televiewing timealthough commendable in its Americans from observing democracy aa a most accidentalJ^J,
-is arterall censorship. A better method would be for the **V4sf
us to seek to elevate the leas wise among us in all matters dx"JJ
government In this regard, the Miami Beach campaign *


jAY. JUNE 17. 196S
-. -JdWlslinKrlrU*.*
rton Gould to Open Summer
Pop Concert Series on Sunday
Wfnr Morton r.milri Beautiful Morning" and "Surn v
With the Frinu on tv-.i ,.1. !
PAGE 5 A
UPs| conductor Morton Gould
open the fifth summer season
I Hi,. University of Miami Sym-
[> orchestra with the first in
irii's of P0P concerts at the Mi-
ll each Auditorium Sunday
mn, June 19.
iree of Gould's own works will
Morton Gould
I heard, including "American
|ir "Tango and Guracha" and
"Tap Dance Concerto." Fea-
kl in the latter work will be
f<\ tap dancer Danny Daniels.
he program will open with the
r> Wives of Windsor Over-
[. by Nicolai. Other numbers to
erformed include Romeo and
|et, by Tschaikowsky; High
by Tiomkin; "Oh. What a
the Fringe on Top' from
Oklahoma, by Rodgerg; and the
Merry Widow, hy Lehar.
At the age of (our, Gould start-
ed to play the piano and improvise
spontaneously, and at Mx he had
his first composition published, a
waltz entitled "Just Six." When he
!"r"ed 2I- he was engaged hv
WOR to conduct and arrange his
own program with a large orches-
tra over the WOR-Mutual Net-
work. These programs afforded
Gould the opportunity and scope
to present his creative ideas, many
of which have found their way
into symphonic repertoire. "pa.
vanne" is perhaps the best
known of these.
Gould's compositions have been
performed by the leading syiB
phony orchestras and under the
outstanding symphony conductors.
The composer himself has appear-
ed as guest conducted with some
of the leading symphony orches-
tra and musical organizations in
programs of his own works.
His "Tap Dance Concerto" was
performed at his concert in Roch-
ester on November 16. 1952. with
Gould conducting the Rochester
Orchestra and Danny Daniels ap-
pearing as soloist.
1
Attend Convention
frs. Gerald P. Solt, president of
, B'nai B'rith Women's Council
iouth Florida, this week reveal-
|that some 40 women from the
ii and Hollywood area will
ad the women's district Grand
^ S convention June 18
ftugh 21 at Washington, D.C.
Graduating class of the elementary Hebrew
schools of Greater Miami include the follow-
ing: North Shore Jewish CenterDevera
Derms, Sandra Schaps and Daniel Solomon;
Temple Beth Sholom-Robert Benach. Gary
Simon Brooks, Arthur Low, Richard S. Mater-
son, William S. Pine, Robert M. Rosenberg,
Allen Shevach and Willa Sue Susskind;
Temple Emanu-ElElliott Friedwald, Ed-
ward Ginsberg, Robert Robert Hauser.
Charles Homer, Rosalind Lehrman, Leon-
ard Levy, Edward Pottlitzer, Ronald Roth-
stein, Stanley Ringler, Michael Tessler,
Steven Marks and Melvin Wolfe; Miami He-
brew SchoolMarsha Pierce; Beth David
Congregation Cynthia Bort, Allen Gold-
man. Dale Handshu. Joel Kutnick, Edward
Leviten and Jerome Spector.
peenberg Unveiling
he dedication of a monument
the memory of the late Mae S.
enberg, formerly of 621 Esco-
I. Coral Cables, will take place
jiday. June 19, 1:30 p.m., at Mt.
to Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris
\p officiating. Mrs. Greenberg is
vived by her husband, Sam; a
, Lester; a daughter, Susan;
a brother, Irving Ilson. She
i a member of Coral Gables
Hah Center and B'nai B'rith
men Arrangements are in
jrge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
tit Company. Friends and rela-
ys are asked to attend.
ied Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
Ithe memory of the late Hyman
|ed. formerly of 3960 SW 2nd st.,
take place Sunday, June 19, 2
I., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
obi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
fed is survived by his wife, Mary;
ther. Rose; a son, Michael; two
Ughters, Misses Rochelle and
{talie; and three brothers and
sisters, including Mrs. Helen
'. of Miami. Mr. Fried was a
ner owner of Palmland Fash-
Is and a member of the Knights
I Pythias. Arrangements arc in
Irge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
Company. Friends and rela-
ys are asked to attend.
Breakfast Will
Honor Fathers
West Miami Jewish Center will
sponsor a Father and Son break-
fast Sunday morning in honor of
Father's Day.
Preceding the breakfast, regular
morning services will be held,
with Morris Brooks chanting the
liturgy.
Prizes will be awarded to the old-
est, youngest, most recent and
baldest father by Al Fogcl, Center
president, who will act as master
of ceremonies.
Children will take part in a
panel discussion on "What Makes a
Good Father?" Fred Rohrlich, edu-
cational co-chairman, will be mod-
erator.
Ai Lynn is chairman of the
breakfast program. Assisting him
are Nathan Keusch. Norman Rich-
man, Morris Weiss, Morris Harris,
Fred Rohrlich and Phil Sinclair.
Clothes for Israel
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, are collecting used
men's and women's clothing and
children's shoes to be sent to Is-
rael. Date of shipment is June 23.
and items in good repair may be
sent to Mrs. David Denner, 4431
Prairie ave.
Splash Party Due
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Ga-
bles will give a splash party and
barbecue Saturday evening, June
25. at the Atlantic Towers hotel.
send the "
Rosh Hashanah
card they can eat.
National Council Calls For Scholarship Applicants
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Greater Miami Section, an-
nounces that it is open for applica-
tions for a loan scholarship at the
University of Miami.
Scholarships are open to unmar-
ried Jewish boys or girls who shall
have resided in the Miami area
for the past two years.
Letters of application should be
sent immediately to scholarship
chairman, Mrs. Leopold L. Sch-
wartz. 4266 Chase ave., Miami
Beach. !
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BARTONS 1
irge for Unveiling Notices
Beginning with it* issue of
j|y 1, Th Jewish Floridian
chart* five dollars .for tho
[Mrtion of unveiling notices in
columns. Announcement of
>is now policy has boon th* re-
jlt of increased production
*?* and tho premium placed
Ipon tpoco availability. Many
Tngiith Jewish newspapers
hroughout the nation adopted
1ls procedure some time ago.
The Jewish Floridien has
'thhid from charging for un-
''* insertions as long as
title in line with it. dosiro
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Miss Stein Becomes
Mrs. A. Alan Sobel
* Shirley Elise Stein became Mrs.
A. Alan Sobel in ceremonies Sun-
day. June 12. at the home of her
uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. Jo-
seph R. Stein. 3322 Chase ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Joseph Narot,
Temple Israel spiritual leader, offi-
ciated
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Henry A. Stein. 1710 SW
18th st. Pr. Sobel is the >n of the
Leo Sobcls. 2170 SW 19th st.
Married under an arch of flow-
ers that carried out the pink, aqua
and white theme of the wedding,
the bride was Riven awav by her
father and chose a white nylon
tulle and chantilly lace gown The
scooped neckline was edged in
1 lowers of lace and seed pearls. M
well as mother of pearl sequins
The short sleeves were hand clip-
ped around the lace Her lace DOd-
ice fell to a buffant skirt of tulle
that mi ualz-length
The bride wore a fingertip veil
can Of lace and a large white or-
chid.
Sister of the groom. Miss Sue
Sobel, and a sorority lister Of the
bride, was naM of honor Bridi -
maids were Miss Anne Kaplan and
Mrs Irwin Kruyer. also sorority
sisters Mr Lewis C.orfine. the
hride's cousin, kept the .bridal
book.
Best nun was Mr Stanley Ster-
ling, the Broom's fraternity broth-
er Another fraternity 'irothcr.
Burton R Levey, mi usher.
Newlywed Mrs Sobel graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and attended the I niver-itx of
Miami Dr. Sobel attended Miami
High, the Universit) of Miami and
duated from Southern College
of Optometry. Mrs. Sobel belongs
to Phi Sigma Tau and Cisum Dr.
Sobel's clubs are Tau Kpsjlon Phi
social fraternity. Omega Epsilon
Phi professional fraternity and he
at>a Following their honeymoon, the
couple will reside in Chicago. Dl
iSSS&jgy^J
Uaoblelm
Mrs. 4. Ala- $okl
(.reenbertf,
Prccdman Wed
V,vs Manl>n Doris Cremherg
became the bride, of Harvey Jason
Fn.,!man at 8 p.m. Saturday in
the Colony restaurant.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and lira Samuel Orecnbcrg.
2425 SW 21st ter The bridegroom's
parents m Mr and Mrs. Barney
(man, of Jacksonville
Rabin Morris A Skop officiated
at the ceremony, and the bride
was given in marriage by her fath
er She wore a gown of ice blue
nylon tulle over satin with lace
appliques Her half-crown head-
piece held a fingertip veil and she
carried a white orchid
The couple will honevmoon in
New York" ami reside in Jack in
Mile
Miss Zipris Chooses
Lace down for Rites
., .. nice, (loldnciii
A candlelight ceremony in Tern-
pie Eraanu-El united in marriage j v i i IJ(,V.,.,|;,,1
Svdell Zipris and Steve Roden I m U OUlcU niMdllU
IrwnRj Commander and Mrs
Rice. 1601 Coral Gate
Maurice
rd., an-
ipns
Sunday evening Rabb
Lchrman officiated
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Alex Zipris, 450 SW nounce the engagement of their
11 ave. and formerly of Brook- daughter Darlene Winifred, to
J>n- N Y Elliott Lawrence Goldberg. 4245
She wore a waltz length gown... ... .
of imported lace over ntte. shoul Mer,d,an ave *Uam> B*ach-
der-banng neckline, long sleeves Mls Rlcc allended spools in
pointing to a v. with a ri-tri and dua(ed from
med headpiece holding her three-
tiered illusion veil. Miami Senior High School She is
Mrs Blanche Narby served as studying Elementary Education at
matron^f honor Mr Lenny Rose the University of Miami,
was best man
The bridegroom, son of Mr and i Mr Goldberg w a s graduated
Mrs Sam Roden. 122 NVY 43 pi., from Miami Beach Senior High and
attended the University of Miami tne University of Miami with a de
and is now with the Miami Police Rrfe m ,,.,, enBinecr|nR He
Department. ,
was a member of the engineering
honor society and Arnold Air So
ciety. receiving his commission in
the Air Force as Second Lieuten-
Miss Helen Selinger
Plans August Riles
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Selinger.
San Anselmo, Cal., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Hel-
en Louise, to Jules Pearlman, Jr..
a student at the University of Cali-
fornia at Berkley.
Mr. Pearlman is the son of Jules
Pearlman. 487 NE 28th ter.. and
the late Mrs. Pearlman.
The bride elect is a junior at the
University of California and a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi so-
rority. The bridegroom is a grad-
uate of Miami High School and the
University of Chicago and is now
taking post graduate courses at U
f C
The wedding will take place in
August in San Anselmo.
Marshall Pepper
Is Janet's Fiance
Miss Janet F. Lazarus attended
a party honoring Marshall Alan ant
Pepper, following his graduation
from the University of M.ami with
a BS degree in chemistry Monday.
June 6 But the party really turned
out in honor of Janet.
Marshall handed her a pillow on
which lay his diploma, which she
was to read to the gathering at
the home of his parents. Dr. and
Mrs Max Pepper. 2101 SW 17th
st Beneath the diploma. Janet
found her engagement ring.
She is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Frank M Lazarus. 2150 SW
15th st Janet is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School, where she
belonged to Little Women. Nation
ai Honor Society and the M1AHI
staff. She is currently a sopho-
more at the University of Miami
and a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Janet was among the top ten in
the Orange Bowl Queen contest for
1955
Marshall will enter Jefferson
Medical College at Philadelphia in
September, his father's alma ma-
ter. He attended Miami High and
was a student at Tulane for two
veai>. His fraternity is Alpha -Ep-
silon Pi.
He is now employed at Douglas
Aircraft Co in Santa Monica. Cal.
Mittler Birth
Exchange Vo*
InNew Ortcan.
Miss Sandra Jach,
Katz Breslauer spok/^kJ
ding vows last w^k a, H]
Sina. in New nrloana',h Ttajfcf
Miss Jacob*. K the .
Mr. and Mrs H S ***
Orleanv Mr BreslatS"
are Mr. and Mrs B F n.
2166 SW 14th tor !
The bride, given in mani,,
her a her. wore a gWn ^J\
chantilly lace mertatttti'JJl
- lusion vei
fell from a peai
She carried ,, w hite pr,Vff
with baby orchids andlilies,
valley set in white lace.
Her only attendant w* <*.
ter. Miss Stella Jacobs,
a gown of pale blue pat
carried yellow -ueetheart ro#|
in yellow illusion lace. ^
The bridegroom'i brothch
.Breslauer. was bet man'ft
were Roger Jacob-, and Lt
min Breslauer.
Following a reception, the t%]
j pie left for Ithaca, N Y.,hen|
I groom is to n ei ive his fa
from Cornell I niveraty TWj
reside in Pen-acola.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mittler an
nounce the birth of a son in New-
port. Rhode Island.
The Mittlers formerly resided in
Miami before moving to Newport,
where Mr Mittler operates a radio
station.
Mrs. Mittler Is the former Lil
; lian Steen. daughter of the Philip
Stecns. of this city
Hciligs Honeymoon
In Havana. Cuba
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Irwin Heilig
will live in Pocomokd. City, Md..
following their honeymoon in Ha-
vana. Mrs. Heilig is the former
Ellin Lyla Zimmetf".
The Heiligs' marriage took place
Sunday in the Btscayne Terrace
hotel. Rabbi Mortis Skop offici-
ated. The bride's father. Jack Zim-
mett. gave her in marriage. The
Zimmetts live at 21M SW 19th
ter.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Heilig, Poco-
moke City.
The bride wore chantilly lace
with alternating rows of pleated
nylon tulle over satin. A cap of
seed pearls and sequins held her
fingertip veil. She carried a Bible
and an orchid
Her maid of honor. Miss Wilma
Graubert, wore pink nylon tulle
and carried pink carnations. So
did Mrs. Blair Zimmett. the bnde's
sister-in-law. who also attended
her
Flower girl Sharon Beverly Fo-
get wore mint green tulle dress
Blair Zimmett and Howard Zim-
mett ushered for the bridegroom.
Abe Spinak was best man.
A reception at the hotel follow-
ed the ceremony.
West Palm IVaeh
Site of Kapner,
Schoenbaum Hites'1
Joan Lee Kapner,
Mr. and Mrs Jack Kapn
married Sunda> to Frank K
Schoenbaum. sun of Mr. atd
Samuel Schoenbaum. 1328
ave.. Miami Beach, at Tempi*
El. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Max M I.andman 4
ed at the 2:30 p.m. a
which was followed by a
at the temple
Chantilly lace over white
fashioned the bride's goes.
loped neckline, scallop-ead li
apron effect on the bouffant
with nylon tulle over all im
tume details A half crowi
seed pearls with tiers of *3I|
sion formed the headpiece.
carried a white -atin Bible
a white orchid and stephaoXaJ
Marlyn Kapner. sister of *
bride, was made of bono;
lene Kapner was junior arid
and Sharon Kapner. flower s
Best man was Buddy Bartasw'
Miami. Ushers were Nornua
ner and Lewis Kapner o!
Beach: Sandy Dickson. West Pall
Beach; and Nathan Mos1w*tb4
Miami Beach.
Andrea Horn
Mr. and Mrs Arthur He:Ji*J
announce the birth of a da-^l
Andrea Shary. Maj 25. Tae'
addition joins her d*K"J
and brother. Martin. The
live at 1800 SW 24th ave.
\W-
^L
m
ftfce
Teigmans Leave on
Tour of .North
Mr and Mrs Meyer Teigman
' and daughter. Adele. of 1410 Euc-
lid ave Miami Beach, loft Wednes-
day for a summer tour and vaca-
tion
Teigman will attend the fifth dis-
trict convention ol B'nai B'rith in
Washington. D. C. this weekend
as one of the delegates of Miami
Beach Lodge.
The Teigmans will then visit
family and friends in Baltimore.
Md.. before continuing their North
era tour
Teigman is a member of the
board of governors of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and is ac-
tive locally m numerous civic, fra-
ternal and philanthropic organiza-
tions.
m
i
L..-I
v er**-**
The marriage of M*k
etta SUwerman \o .j
tenant David V. J^ra*"^
place Sunday Iu =
Tempi. Iael. &*
Narot performed uw
many. The bnde J
daughter ol Mr; J*Em
werman and the lalt
SUr-rman. Liau-nanl^
rw^teth-aonolM*': ^
mood. Runnym^*- "'s^r
couple will iw* m
rn Pine-, N.C.


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lesser, Seymour Sussman Exchange
hi Savannah Ceremony on June 5th
^WW $W19 mjfW&K&ri
Lesser and Mr. Sey-
ni.in exchanged vows on
[in 8 p.m. ceremony held
Oglcthorpe hotel, Sa-
il Rabbi Abraham I.
il'f iciatcd.
is the daughter of Mr.
Solomon Lesser. Savan
rSussman's parents are
\\ sussmans, 1321 15th
Beach.
marriage by her father,
was attired in a white
II organdy gown with
Eptureri neckine, short
leves and a chapel train.
\\ rfMiibroidered Alen-
riifneil the molded bod-
1 -kirt, which were scat-
seed pearls. Her finger-
rcembroidered Alencon
llusion was attached to
cap.
lal bouquet was of white
Cwered with valley lilies
piopsis.
onor was Miss Gail
t, r of the bride. Mrs.

lili Rote 1*. fr*4
Bert Goldberg, the groom's sister,
was matron of honor. Bridesmaids
included Mrs. Barry Barr. Char-
lottesville, Va.; Mrs. Fred Lane
Swartzberg. High Point. N.C; and
Miss Sybil Dickstein, of Savannah.
Best man was Arnold Sussman.
the groom's brother from Houston.
Tex., and ushers included Dr. Mil-
ton Weinkle. Bert Goldberg and
William Romer. Miami Beach, and
Harry Silverman. Albert Hornstcin
and Marvin Lesser. Savannah.
Newlywed Mrs. Sussman attend-
ed Marioric Webster Junior Col-
lege in Washington, DC. and
Armstrong College. Savannah. The
groom is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, the University
of Miami and attended the Univer-
sity of Havana.
A reception in the Oglethorpe
dining room followed the all pink
and white wedding. Out-of-town
guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Su-sman. Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Goldberg. Dr. and Mrs. Milton
Weinkle. Mrs. Philip Romer. Miss
Mindy Romer. Mrs. Jack Kolman,
William Romer, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Goppman, Miami Beach; Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg and
Donald Rosenberg. Coral Gables;
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sussman,
Houston; Isaac Mirvis, Mrs. Morris1
Marcus, Portsmouth, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Swartz-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartz-
berg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lane
Swartzberg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Leipman, High Point, N.C; Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Mirvis, Norfolk, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Lesser, Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Lesser, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Torporch, Miss Sandra
Lesser, Neil Lesser, Phil Lesser,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen, Mrs.
Monty Spanier, Charleston, S.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Silver, Milton
Silver, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Spira,
Augusta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min B. Cohen. New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchel Epstein, Boston.
Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein,
Louisville, Ky.; Frank Gross, Ashe-
ville. N.C.
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PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, presi-
dent of the Florida East Coast
Dental Society, left Monday to at-
tend a conference of the society
in Havana. Cuba. He was accom-
panied by Mrs. Rosenthal.
anniversary with their children
and grandchildren on July 3. They
plan to return to Miami shortly
after.
Cr -Cr &
Dr. and Mrs. A. Kitzen, of 2230
SW 21st ter., have left to spend
their summer vacation in Flushing,
L.I.
Denners Will Help
Home Residents
Sharing their blessings will be
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Denner. 4431
Prairie ave., Miami Beach, on the
occasion of their 25th wedding an-
niversary by hosting the annual
Father's Day party at the Jewish
Home for the Aged, Douglas Gar-
Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen, of
ft040 Harding ave., are leaving June
20 to attend the wedding of their
grandson, Robert Ory, to Marjorie
jElkind July 2 in Worcester, Mass.
From there, the Cohens will leave
for Teaneck, N.J., to visit their
children.
A
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaw, of
4344 SW 7lh st., are leaving this
week lo spend the summer season
vacationing in the North.
Mr. and'Mrs.'I j/lMiller and | dens, on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Broad, of Mi- Though sons and daughters may-
ami, have arrived at Duncraggan bc distant miles from Miami, all
Inn, Hcndersonville, N.C, where I resident fathers will be remember-
they will vacation for the next two ed and honored. The Greater Mi-
weeks. !am' wmen's Auxiliary. Jewish
.^ ^ ^ Home for the Aged, sponsors the
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Sass,! annual party.-
of 3490 NW 32nd ave., have left I Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
for Providence, R.I., where they chairman, has provided cntertain-
will celebrate their 50th wedding ment.
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[Rose Katherine Fred, is
of Marvin Alan Jacobs,
M. L Jacobs. 1310 15th
Beach.
d is the daughter of the
knd Mrs. Nathan Fred, of
pi. Ky. At Ohio State, she
dent of her sorority. Al-
ii n Phi.
obs' father is the late M.
of Cleveland, O., and
fcach. The bridegroom-to-
fcudent of Ohio State law
is president of Phi Sig-
fraternity.
ple plans a Thanksgiving
lather Will
1 Barney's Bar
|ah Saturday
Lewis, son of Mr. and
h Kaufman. 3955 NW 4th
cc nine Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
Ine 18, at Flagler-Granada
fommunity Center.
has been attending Flag-
Ba'j religious school for
(three years. He success-
ked the Bar Mitzvah exam-
Jministered by the Bureau
Education.
attends Kinloch Park
eh School, where he is I
[of the band. He is also
(r oi Troop 13, Boy Scouts
i
I' dl chant the traditional
Ind speak before the con-
Rev. Leo Heim, reli-
kder of the Center, will of-
Kaufman. grandfather of
litzvah, of Brooklyn. NY.,
[among out-of-town guests.
'ion in honor of their son
liven by Mr. and Mrs. Kauf
nediately after Um serv-
Out-of-Towners Will
Fete Charles Perl
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Perl. 333 NW 13th ave. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
June 18. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Charles
will conduct services and address
the congregation. Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril will officiate.
Charles attends Citrus Grove
Junior High School and is a stu-
dent at the religious school of Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation. Kiddush will follow the
Saturday morning services.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. F. Feinstein. aunt, of Wood-
mere, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs.
I. Chanes and Mr. H. Perl, an un-
||cle, Scranton, Pa.; Mr. A. Tunis,
Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Sil-
ber, Mr. and Mrs. E. Kalusin and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Rappaport. Ha-
vana, Cuba; Mrs. A. Wagner, Lutg.
de Cuba; Mr. and Mrs. M. Wagner.
Santa Clara, Cuba.
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ontainebleau
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Stephen Cohen will become Bar
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services of Beth David Congrega-
gation, June 18. His parents, Mr. i
and Mrs. Muni.- ("hen. will pre-,
sent floral offerings in the Bar!
Mitzvahs honor. .
Stephen has completed seventh
grade at Shenandoah Junior High
School and attended religious
schools In Ohio and Coral Gables
before enrolling at Beth David.
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+Jmlsii
FRIDAY
hlbil this week at ill si*
Tire Company stores.
The rainbow has been fcrlded to
automobile tir< ~ Mtfoflsts may
'now pick out tires to Mend with
the brightest painl creations of De
trait's automobile maaufscturers.
Just announced by United States
Rubber Company, the new colored
tires m shades of blue, green and
brown wont on display local
the first time tail week In .1 "Cat
akade "i Tire Progress, at -ill ill
Norton Tiros I nnipnnv -tore-
On displm will be 1 tuneless
"dream tire" to match the styling
Genet Family
Establishes
Scholarship Fund
Annual fund of $250 to be given
yearl) to tee Hebrew Academj was
sot up this week b> the Genet fam
lly in honor of'thoir parents. Mr.
and M*s Harry (tenet, local philan-
thropists and communal leaden
According to Alexander s Gross,
principal, this fund will be known
.i- the "Rose and Harry Genet
Scholarship Fund" and maj be
used by the Academy for scholar-
ship purposes or for the purchase
ol essential materials required b)
the school.
Mr and Mrs Genet are both
founders of the Hebrew Academj
active m the institution since
its inception seven veai ago Mr
Genet is currentl> chairman Ol the
executive committee, and Mrs Qe
net is \ ice president of Hebrew
Academj women.
\ old medal, bearing the in-
scription '"Rose and Harrj Genet
.scholarship Award." will be pre
seated to the outstanding student
in Hebrew and other itudh -
This award will he made annual
ly at commencement exorcises bj a
member of the Genet family This
year the gold medal was awarded
to Melvin Omcnt. an eighth grade
student of the Academy
Following are the members of
the Genet family who are partici-
pating in the establishment of this,
fund: Martin and Saul. Beach attor-
neys and Hebrew Aeademv board aleph sgan. Richard Cramer, aleph
of directors; Irving, who is affili rnazkir: Douglas Schwartz, aleph
ated with Dado Paper CD ; and g"hor
Mrs Ralph Coleman. of Charleston. Al Capp, aleph morah; Charles
S.C.
New U.S. Boyal 'Dream Tires' Will
Include Rainbow Hues For Beauty
Motorists of South Florida canjor and linos hv automobile nianii
get I preview Ol what tin's of the l.i.rmer-. the tire industry has be
future will be like in a special ex-1 come verj rtyle-c 1 sciou accord
ing to Louis F Pallot. presidi
Norton Tin > First thole
he trend toward narrower
white sidewaB* then came smooth
lines thnt eliminate* the cluttered
and now we have the mosi
recent and startling laaovatlon
colored tiros to blend with the
bright hues ol today's aatomo
biles "
U S RuhiHT h u added color to
Its white SJliOWall Royal Master
tire choice of Damascus bronze.
Crown blue or Vail< The
colors won't peel "r rub off. and
the* -how scuffi ban tires
^rV
and performance of the new with conventional black shoulders
m cars, now tuboless rhe white sidewalls are scuff-
ed tires in shade- of blue green proof.
and brown, and tiro- which | The experimental n> Ion tuU'le--
to 30 per rent more mileage with ; tires, called the XP 140 is actually
out annoying squeal or hum ,1 look into the future Pallet de-
The display, called the "Caval-1dared The "dream tire" is not De-
cide of Tiro Progress, was do big placed on the market, but 1- an
veloped Jointly bj United States example of the advance thinking of
and the Norton
Rubber Company
Tire Compaaj
With so much emphasis on col-
Hurricanes AZA Names
Bob Levitt Ateph Godol
Girls Crown Hess
Heart Throb
IS. Rubber engineers and devel-
opment people It has been sue
cessfullj run at 140 miles per hour
on a laboratory test wheel
The XP-140 contains features
that may find their way into the
tires of tomorrow. For example, it
Bob Levitt has "been elected aleph I has only five tread rows instead
godol of Hurricanes AZA. ;* 'he usual seven, and there is no
Others named at an election | sacrifice in riding comfort at or-
meeting last week were Sid Indgin. j dinary speeds despite its high-
speed capabilities.
Also on display will be the re-
cently announced Royal Master.
U.S. Rubber's premium tire that
Kamen. aleph sopher; Mark Shul-, offers motorists exceptional mile-
diner, aleph shotare godol; Richard age- traction and stopping power.
Beily. aleph shotare kotone; and I The U.S. Royal 8 tire is one of
George Lefcoe. aleph cohen godol.
K*n9 I HUM Dance Sunday
Jay Bruce Hess. 16-year-old sen __ ... ,, ,. ...
.or at Miami High School, has been Grfalt'r Mumi ,Hl,,el Mumn> As-
voted king heart throb" by mem J soc,"l,on. o ,hc l "'versify of Jli- j equivalent
bers
B
frs of Tags Girls Group of i*1 "M h,old a*w,m dance Sundav ,ub* combination The
na. B'rith a n d was officially 'TV"8, ** B,ckslone "squeal" on turns
Icrowned and
loresented with a
'P r o c l.inr.ition I
I Scroll" for his \
0 u t s t a ndin
erviee to B'nai
i'rith Youth, his
ehool and his
[community."'
Pre s entation
[was made at can-
ilelight c e r e-
I monies held at
Hess
hotel
the most popular tires in the na-
tion, and is used by leading manu-
facturers as original equipment on
new cars. This was one of the first
tutu-less tires with a price tag
to that of a tire and
8" elimin
and annoy-
h
Now U.S. Royal Maeter tire features "s
out gingerbread" and is available for the first foneinal
of colors, as well as black and white. In addition, fes
tubeless tire has thousands of tiny tread blocb io<
superior traction and braking power and a narrow 1
wall with a curb guard that keeps it clean.
ing "hum" on straight roads.
Cynthia Helene Born
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel. of
1975 SW 17th ct.. announce the
birth of their daughter. Cynthia
Helene. June 2. at Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital. Cynthia joins her
brother. Gary-. 9; and sister, De-
borah. 9 Grandparents are the Jul-
ius Weinsteins. Miami, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harris Lubel. Mobile. Ala.
Foster Placement, Unwed Mothers'
Aid in Operation at Family Service
Membership [mdkwj
Ladies Auxiliary of
Brandeis Lodfe. fnt |
reel, will hold a memo
eon and swina party ;
hotel cabana club <*
noon, June 22. acrmJkgj
nouncement this week k|
Hannah Levine. protest
c

Foster placement of children,
adoption services and care of un-
wed mothers are now in operation
I as added functions of Jewish Fam-
iily Service, it was announced this
week by Mrs Stanley C. Myers,
the home of Miss chairman of the child care commit-
L\nda Barson on Saturday eve tee of the agency. Mrs. Winifred
ning. which were attended by over Brawn has been appointed child
40 teen agers who are members of [ placement and adoption worker
Tip and Shield of David Boy- Mr- Brown comes to Jewish
Group affiliated with the B'nai Family Service from Children's
Brith Youth Organiation j Home Society, where she had been
Jay. who is now serving his sec engaged in adoption practice. She
ond term of office a- president of has worked with children for many
Shield of David, is also a well- years, following her professional
known pianist, havmc appeared on graduate training with the New
television, radio and at benefits York School of Social Work, where
throughout Florida she received her Master's degree
------------------------------ j in 1938
Father, Son Affair Mrs Brown Wednesday said
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew "'hat an agency's ability to care for 1
School and Congregation will spon- children is entirely dependent up
sor a Father and Son break fa>t in on 'he existence of good foster
the social hall on Sunday morning homes Jewish families jn the Dade
Mrs. Peter Duchaon is chairman of County area who would like to,
the event jopen their homes to children in need o( fo*'" care help had failed
need of good physical care and par- jto ,ake dv*n'age of existing serv
'W-W-'V.
''WWWWW*.**
PAUL D. BR0MIERG, C.P.A.
LOWS AA0N0W, CM
DAVID I. HIPSMAr., C.P.A.
it* ttMi;* i
Bromberg, Aronow and C
CfITIFlis
Misri leech, Florists
P U I I C ACC0U NTANT!
(Ane*rtlne
JffftnMl
Jim Ml
"^e>^^-V*>V^W
"V*^'''W
Mayor Aronoviti Speaks
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz was
guest speaker at a Sholem I ...duo
B'nai B'rith luncheon. Norman Lo
din. luncheon program chairman.
has arranged to have Police Chief
Walter Headley speak in answer to
the Mayor for next Thursday's
luncheon to be held at Chuck's.
152 NE 1st ave
TIRMlTl
Control!
ental affection are aked to com. ,c*-v The new program will
in-
crease awareness of the facilities
the community has created, so that
parents might more readily J.urn to
the professional help that can be
given by the social agency, instead
of engaging in ill advised actions1
when faced by family and personal
problems."
In the development of its adop-1
tion policies, the agency has been!
municate with JFS "
Albert Comanor. executive direc
tor of Jewish Family Service in
announcing the actual beginning of
the program, stated that Miami
now had the basic group of child
care agencies which would be ex-
pected of a communitv of Miami's
size He said that study <>f tho toe
|ter placement experience ken
' -uuuested that many familio- in K"'ded. Comanor reported" by
most modern concepts that have
Gables Knights of Pythias
Name Lodge Officers
^-, sjs^Jfrisnf
the
lOT&WtUAftANTYl
aunt weee-eriea tut
IMTIIKIIll riSMITI JMI
Phone 82-4441
TPULV NOLEN inc.
country. However, until the'
agency can estimate the number of
children who may be referred to it
rhi.iJ'n,nger "T bW" *' ito aaPed. actual adopTTon tu
chancelor commander of Gables dies will not be undertaken
Lodge. Knights of Pythias
Jewish Family Service is a
ima We',~ Ch^d^Gre'ale^ &**
Others named to hold
er. vice chancellor; Al Rothberg
prelate: Harry Dansky. master of
work.
j Sol Schreiber. master at arms
Larry Permison. inner guard; and
Dr. Sidney Moss, outer guard
ish Federation.
Miami Jew-
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IE 17, 1955
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
AVID CONGREGATION
le la~t of its present late
ining services at 8:15.
fci Henry Wernick wiM
Ed preach on the topic:
f of the Seemingly Im-
[ Cantor Maurice Mam-
lender the musical por-
|( lituray. Oneg Shabbat
[v Saturday morning
Le a! 8:45. Stephen, son
I Mrs. Morrk Cohen, will
k Mitzvah. Junior serv-
F 10 a.m. Daily morning
|ill be at 7:30 a.m. and
+Jmisi>nrr**i~,
PAGE 9 A
|r GRANADA JEWISH
|TY CENTER will hold
tning services at 6:45.
norning services are at
I.mim of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
will become Bar Mitz-
Leo Heim will officiate
[the musical portions of
|. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.,
Shalos Seudos and
CONGREGATION will
Ly evening services at
Irday morning services
I Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
7 officiate and discuss:
Link to a Powerful
Lss ip. Pentateuch is at
1TE CENTER will hold
^nin; ~ervices at 6. Satur-
services are at 8:30.
,ton Malavsky will dis-
eekly Portion, with Can-
Salkow rendering the
Brtiorn of the liturgy.
flighting Time
kN 27 6:52 P.M.
fat 645 p.m., followed by
ludos Daily services will
lm
<
TOWN SYNAGOGUE will
jay evening services at
|turday morning services
D Rabbi Arie Becker will
Elevation Without Isola-
in Talmud precedes
services at 8. Class in
[the Fathers will be held
followed by Mincha and
lidos. Mr. and Mrs. David
will bo ho-ts.

[JACOB CONGREGATION
Friday evening services
rday morning services are
fl<;a>l>i Akivah Chill will
the topic: "Strength of
|n." Dennis, son of Mr. and
aham Dayem, will become
lah. Class in Talmud is
with Mincha following.
uces will be at 7:30 a.m.
UH ISRAEL HEBREW
rE will hold Friday eve-
fcices at 7. Saturday morn-
Ices are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
B officiate. Kiddush will
lith Max Gutmann as host.
[p.m., the Rabbi will dts-
ics of the Fathers. Min-
^t 7, followed by Maariv.
i>es will be at 8 a.m. and
nth Sunday morning serv-
piuled for 9.

E ISRAEL of Miami will
day evening services at
bbi Joseph Narot will offi-
|>RA JEWISH CENTER will
|daj evening services at
laturdajr morning services
TO Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
Mi on the topic: "Sin of
n Evening services are at
^EW ACADEMY will hold
' enlng services at 6:30.
morning services are at
Alexander Gross will dis-
Weekly Portion. Mincha is
I *ith Shalos Seudos follow-
R* services will be at 7:30
6:35 p.m.. with Sunday
scheduled for 8 a.m.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica
will preach on the topic: "A Spirit-
ual Adventure." Cantor Maurice
Neu will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with the choir
under the direction of Lucille
Moore. Bar Mitvah of Jeffrey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kloxtt, will
take place during 9 am services
Saturday. Daily services will be at
7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. In the absence of Rabbi
David Shapiro, services will be con-
ducted by Cantor Joseph Malek
and Harry Kaplan, president. Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Daily
morning services will be at 9.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold special
consecration services Friday eve-
ning at 8:30, with Rabbi Abraham
Herson officiating. Miami Beach
Councilman Harold Shapiro will
discuss: "Consecrated Living."
Cantor Albert Glantz will render
the musical portions of the lit-
urgy. Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by
the Sisterhood, will follow. Satur-
day morning services are at 9. Rab-
bi Herson will preach on: "House
of God."

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7. Saturday i^trning
services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will officiate and dis-
cuss: "Fear of the Almighty and
Respect for Our People." At 5:30
p.m., the Rabbi will preach on
Ethics of the Fathers. Mincha is at
6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos
and Maariv. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class in Tal-
mud is scheduled Tuesdays at 6
p.m.

BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald
will officiate and speak on the
topic: "The Jewish Family and Its
Place in the Community." Choir
will assist in rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy:
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 Shalos Seudos.
* *
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30. Saturday

Sorrento hotel was scene of a 'midget musi-
cale' attended by some 500 persons last
week. Sixty of the piano students of Mrs.
David Hess. 2190 SW 10th St., appeared in
performance and ranged in age from five
to 17. Shown are Carol Crombie, Lori Adler,
Clifford Herrman, Richard Merkin, Michael
Engelman, Nancy Lazarus, Marsha Fried-
berg, Joan Frame, Gail Lazarus, Roy Engel-
man, Carol Shepard, Frank Jones. Claire
Goldhagen, Arlyne Tendrich, Arlene Ruben-
stein, Sara Robinson, Helene Tendrich, Da-
vid Rosnick, Jay Hess, Dina Landis, Peter
Steinberg, Frank Wheatley, Diana Grimes,
Susan Parker, Mrs. David A. Hess. Bryna
Tashma, Barbara Idov, Bruce Scheinhoft,
Ann Goldhagen, Barbara Nabutovsky, Bev-
erly Marks, Irene Rubin, Gail Kantor. Susan
Siegel, Ellen Grossman, Renee Idov, Phyllis
Schonwetter, Louise Hess, Marcia Sobel,
Anastacia Panesis, Judy Binder, Linda Chai-
ken, Barbara Rosnick, Marsha Hellman, My-
ron Mass, Arlene Levitt, Janice Iorio. Jo-
hanna Stein, Howard Tendrich. Gail White,
Diane Cohen, Barbara Melnick, Carol Fried-
berg, Mark Steinberg, Marcia Robinson,
Donald Bogish, Sheila Cohen, Hazel Miller,
Jerry Shevin, Dale Engelman, Cynthia Bott
and Stuart Silverman.
Flamingo Lodge, Chapter To Attend Convention M Heading the Flamingo chapter
Bernard Levine, president of Attending with Levine will be S" ** J
Flamingo Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will
head a delegation from his group
to the District 5 convention in
Washington, D.C. this weekend.
morning services are at 8:30.
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Perl, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rab-
bi Simon April will officiate. Daily
services will be at 7:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m.
Kirschbaum, president. With her
Jack Kirschbaum, past president, ^i, ^ Mrs David Sacns first vice
and Theodore Robinson, also past president; and Mrs. Joe Newman,
president. past president.
i
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss: "People of Vision
and faith." Saturday morning
services are at 9:45. Philip, son
of Judge and Mrs. William Pallot,
3516 Alhambra cir., will become
Bar Mitzvah. He will address the
congregation on the theme: "Love
and Respect in the Jewish Home."
SHORTHAND
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Sanderson to Head
Vocational Service
Jewi;*h Family Service Wednes
day announced that Dr. Herbert
Sanderson has taken over the posi-
tion of director of its Vocational
Service Department. Dr. Sander
son conies to Miami from the I'm
varsity of Buffalo, where he BW
been a counselor in the I"nivei
sitjr's Vocational Counseling Cen
ter.
For four year- prior to that, he
;h director Of the vocational mtv
ice program of the Buffalo Jewish
Conununit) Services Sotiet}
He holds the PhD degree from
New York University in Clinical
Psychology. In i<54. he published
i basic work in the field of raca
tional guidance, "Basic Concepts
in Vocational Guidance
with the coming of Dr. Sander
son. Jewish Family Service eom
plete> its initial organization of its
vocational services. In November
1953. the agency had assumed re
sponsibility for the administration
ol the Jewish-JV'ocational Wor''
shop, a sheltered workshop which
provides employment for persons
unable to obtain work in the nor
mal labor market for health rea-
sons. At that time, a program of
job placement and COUnselln
initialed, which ha> emph.
service for the vocational!) handi
capped Nearl) 1.200 individuals
have turned to this department for
help, and there have been some
150 job placements of vocationally
handicapped individuals since.
Herbert B Scher. local business-
man who has served as chairman
Ol this program, reports ihat most
handicapped people need pi
sional understanding and much in-
dividual attention if the> are to
make full use of their capacities
"Many,' be mid, "are fearful of
failure and need to have i better
understanding oi "hat tho> them
selves eafl do, and to be re.is-ured
as they make their first adjust
merits to employment "
Joke Box JonWrte
Dm at Community Center
A Julte Box Jafriboree dance will
be sponsored by the newly reor-
I ganized Young Adult League of the
| Greater Miami Jewish Center on
Sunday evening. June 26. at 450
SW 16 ave. it was announced by
(Jerry Rothbard. president
This is the first of a aeries ol
major events being sponsored for
i the summer months. Serving on
the dance committee are Marvin
Ellis, David Kolodny. Daisy Tibor.
Miriam Rushall, Aviva Kaminetzky.
Ed Su.s.skin. Howard Eldot. Marvin
Shaberman. Leonard Goat, Howard
Hecker. Sam Bellinkoff. Jerry' Phil-
lipps and Sonny Freeman
Bi
Dr. Hrrkerl Samdtrit*
New Luxury Chateau Motel to Open
On Collins Avenue and Oceanfront
A new and distinctive motel
'The Chateau." designed as a
* whole new world of vacation
pleasure." will add its lustre to
the motel SCOM when it opens its
door- for its first guests next week
The full) .hi conditioned 170-
room motel, whose dCCOT i- a
blending ol the famed French Pro-
vincial, with the lightness id Amor
i ,n modern i- located < lflist
si and Collins ave., Miami Beach
The structure represents an in-
vestment of over Sl.500.000 Its
outside appearance is an accurate
reproduction ol a French Chateau
including gabled rool ..''! exposed
whit.1 beams The motel is locati i
.hi a lot 425 feet deep with a
fool -e on Collins ave and
the ocean On the main floor is a
reception room and a main lobby
ol o.ir 4.000 square feet 2.500
luare feet of glass walls live the
full clear view ol the At-
lantic ocean
An unusual innovation will be
the bird cage which will be the
cal point in th<- lobb) Hour
- in shape and running the full
20 feel front the floor right
through the ceiling, the aviary will
.- ". ailj colored birds
which have been ^ ithered from the
rent levels of the
!!'">r there will also le a
i ard .rn md .. rk Iloor
rumpus room which will have its
built-iB TV theatre and wood-
hum..' i fireplace Billiard, pmg-
ponu and shuffleboard tables will
..t>le for the guest leisure
time pleasure
The individually controlled air
( inditioned rooflM of the bedroom,
studio and kitchenette typo, have
adjoining doors to enable them to
be utilized as suites Within the
rooms themselves, the guests will
lind turniture which has boon sfX
cially made to -imulaU the French
look with a modern air
largest frontage of ocean bathing
along motel row has a lirye. kid-
ney shaped pool, with a special ar-
ea for the kiddies Also in this
area, there is ., drum;' range for
the golfer and a putting green for
the duffer, in addition to a bar-
becue pit lor nightly song feati
and dances
news is the supervised play
area which will have kiddie ride>.
where parents can leave their chil-
dren while relaxing.
Sure to catch the favor of the
stayer-upper" i- the Champagne
room, which will feature free
champacne cocktails for guests ;it
i i ,i h da) The intimate cocktail
lounge, designed bj Bill Simmons,
features i circular bar. which has
been sunk into the ground and a
huge six foot ornamental chani-
pagne glass, with its ever present
bubbles is the piece d resistance
of the room A circular dance
flOOf and stage (or the orchestra,
completes the room
The coffee shop and snack bar
is a replica of "Ye olde candy
shoppe" with jar.s of licorice, gum
drop-, peppermint sticks and bon
Ixm.s adorning the walls A side
walk cafe outside the glass enclos-
ure glass walls will be utilized bv
i "i
An innovation, sure to set
i mgues wagging, is the drive in
! ibby. which will permit the tired
traveller to remster without leav-
ing car.
planned is a nursery build-
ing in the center of the area, which
will permit parents to go out for
the evening and leave their off
spring in safe, competent hands,
while they enjoy a "night on the
town "
Owners and operators of the
new motel are Sol Taphn. Arthur.
Jack and Gilbert Courshon
The huge emblem of the cha Father's Day Fete
teau. a golden sunburst hung from
brass coach horns has been woven
into the fabrics of the drapes and
carpeting Wallpaper throughout
the rooms has been made specially
for the Chateau, and one wall re-
flects shutter doors, the other
bookcases, and the third gr..-s
doth
The beach area, consisting of the
Father day celebration will l>c
held Sunday evening. June 19. in
the Dora August Auditorium at 500
SW 17'h ave Mr and Mr- Al Zil
man are chairmen of the affair
which is being sponsored by the
Sisterhood at Congregation Beth
Fl
Honor Roll Pupils
Listed on Beach
At the closing assembly of the
religious school of Temple Emanu
El held last w eek. Dr. Herman
Mechlowitz. chairman of the school
board, announced the following at-
tendance honor roll
Daily Religious School class LA
Jo An I-ebow. cla-- IB Warren
Bertner. Gerald Nash; class U
Virginia Gordon, Sheldon Rose;
elan ID Kenneth Heffner. Lee
Ostroff; class 2B Ffrem I.ieber;
(lass 2C Philip CoKm; class |A
Jerome (have-. Marsha Cohen.
Kussel Herman. Howard Hirsch-
field; clas. 3B- Martin Mainster.
Fred l.ane. grade 4 -Stuart Auer-
bach and grade 5Elliott Fned-
vald
Sunday School Kindergarten A
John Cohen; Kindergarten B Eli
Mizrachi. Vicki Rei-er class 1A
Daniel Abelow. James Frehling,
Eileen Greenfield. Martha Hirsch.
Mark Klempner. Allan Levi. Wil-
liam Segal; class IBRay Appel-
baum. David Bertner. Leslie Gold-
man, Jeffrey Hillman. Philip Ra-
bin; class 2ABonnie Cypen, Ja-
net Halpern. Marilyn Jacobson.
Steven Kaplan. Richard Leventhal.
Robert A Nathan. Robin Turk. Ro-
melle Weinkle
Class 2BDavid Epstein. Ross
IHouston Sanna Mizrachi. Joseph
Plotkin. class 2< Kdward Gray-
son. Judy Malschick. BUI) Bo-en
garten Carol Trent, class 3
Diane Klempner. Barbara New
man, Beverly Peyton. Beverly
Sin-k.. Steven Wasserman. Har-
riet Weitzman. Susan Yunes; class
:(B nfelvin Katz. Karen Shames,
Melody Sternolf: grade 4Michael
Berger. Mimi Buchsbaum. Ronald
Deblinger. Susan Gelber. Steven
Goldstnn Carol Greenberg. Harriet
Katz. David Ku!k. Bonnie Morris.
grade 5 Linda Adelman. Gloria
Brickman. Elizabeth Block. Linda
Gordon. Pamela Greene. Harris
'Goodman. Nancy Krenberg. Karen
HoMhthal. Sandra Schunng; class
8 Shirley Appelbaum. Joan Bal-
kin. Wendy Schwartz
Dr. Wolf son to Speak
Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st
and Ocean ct will meet Sunday-
evening. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, au-
thor of "The Road to Health and
Happier Living" and the recently
published book. "Live a Hundred
Years Happily." will give the
fourth lecture on "The Art of Liv-
ing."
daughter ^ I
F-^lM.>rn?;;.*t
N::le May ,3 *!
, s,,n horn to'w, _
Dubov May i3Mr**
. S"n *>rn I., vr Mt
Lewis May 1^
s">'ler May H *"'
I ^"IMalc^.J1
Son born Mr
< > pen May 4 ,
Elliott Greene Ma, jW
'' '"'rntoy.r'uj,
Fine May 3.
Haunter born to 1
Mid ael Ross M 3 ,
Son horn to Mr I
Rolle Ma) 2 *'
I Son horn to Mr mji
I ham Cohen Mav 1 L
i Daughter born to tl
James Teitelbaum MnJ
1 Son born to Mr ind|
Forman Apr 29.
Daughter born to fcl
Charles Greenbtrg A]
RELIGIOUS
CHQQL
MIAMI ISACH. FLORIDA
Keren/Im\
BANNER CLA9*
Michael Oritt. student chairman of the eiahth an
Ami conference ol Temple Beth Sholom reliaicus 1
sents a check for $1,000 to Ralph Spere. Temps) ]
Thin is part payment ol the pupils' pledge '.0 pu
install the Eternal Light in the new Beth Shoiomi
now being erected. Sixteen other local and nationdl
wore also beneficiaries oi Keren Ami funds, totalling!
tional $1,000.
Men's Club to Meet
Men s Club of Temple F.msnu-
Kl will meet on Wednesday eve-
ning. June 22. in the social hall,
announced Allen Goldberg, presi-
dent
GOOD NWS FOR All MIAHIANS I ...
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
Will Re-open Friday, June 24th, for its Sum"*!
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17. 1955
im-

Skop Named
inator of
ippeal
lorn- A Skop. spiritual
|hc Coral Gabltsi Jewuh
accepted the position
Btinu chairman for the
|j),-,_v Israel Bond appeals,
bounced by Seymour
Ugh Holy Day chairman
Eater Miami State of Is-
(iimmittee.
gaid that Rabbi Skon
|)i:- participation in the
I Day bond program to-
settinfl up of intensive
Ilia m synagogues here
I, Hashonah and Yom
.p accepted the post at
Ijiist week of the Rabbin-
lilt ion of Greater Miami.
JetrisiinprMinr

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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN thnt.
the undersigned, Meshing to engage In
business under the fictitious n.nii of
-TIAKT S JI'VEXII.K SHOE STORE
ua<\ BTl'ABTh STURDY SHOES, al
H(tS Washington avenue .inil 7745 COl-
11 e m in in i i:. i. ii intends to
regj tir said name with the Clerk of
I Circuit Court o( Dade County,
HERBERT N. BTEELE, Owner
I 7/1-8
Beth David students who participated in re-
cent city-wide qraduation exercises spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in-
clude (left to right) Cynthia Bolt, Edward
Leviten, Joel Kutnick. Dale Handshu, Jerome
Spector and Allen Goldman. Beth David
faculty member Louis Gadon looks on. Dale
was presented with the Jacob and Adele
Kaplan Award for having attained the high-
est grade in the city-wide graduation exam-
ination. The 12-year-old Shenandoah ele-
mentary school student is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Handshu.
Pioneer Women
Plan October Meet
When Pioneer Women's Council
of Greater Miami meets for its fin
al session of the fiscal year at the
Flagler Schedules
Siyum Hatorah
SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 32
_. i W0U10 LIKI TO MEET YOUNG UOY
Sunday afternoon, Flagler-Gra-; _,_. 25-35. Write Mr. I. and
nada Jewish Community Center j[o phone number, Box 2973, Miami
will celebrate another Siyum Ha-
lf.
lebbi Morris Skop
home of Mrs Charles Lefkove, 2300lloran' il was ann<>unced by Joseph
jSW 4th ave., on Tuesday after- Masters, chairman of religious ac-
noon, June 21, one of the bright tivities committee of the Center
nnr!Sfrfm,hM ""V* H ^-m "! The Trah' ** Wi" De frmal-
port from Mrs. Anna Sonn-Bild on ... .___ u ...
Pioneer Women projects she re-; ,J Presen,ed bv Mr- <* Mrs. Ab-
;viewed on her recent trip to Kur laham Glaser. of 4765 SW 3rd st..
ope and Israel with Councilman l0 Harold Strumpf, president of
Harold Shapiros group. 'the (enter, was donated by their
Important business on the agen-j children. Mr. and Mrs. Albert List,
S !hC'UilItShSl''T,i"n10f rtcleg(a,eslof Byrom. Conn., in honor of Mr.
to the 14th national convention.,,, .,__.
marking the 30th anniversary of !Glaser s b,r'h
Pioneer Women, which will be held | Rcv '00 Heim. religious leader
October 22 to 27 at the King F.d -I of the Center, will officiate at the
ward hotel in Toronto. Ontario.' ceremony and narrate a cantata,
'.'What is Torah?" He will be as-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei signed, under the fictitious name of
BTl'DIO A, al 2849 Coral Way, Intends
i.....gtstet said name with the Clerk
iif the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT A. CURSON, Owm r
1 it-:'l 7 I --
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i-nwBr
in inisiiii-ss under the fictitious name
of BABAL PALM LAUNDRYETTE,
at 5181 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami. Kla .
Intendi to reglstei said name with
the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BLUE-WHITE LAUNDRY, INC.
a Klorida i'uriioratinn
T i: NELSON and 8. QUPMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
>i 17-21 7/1 -S
THE BIST GIFT FOB GRADUATION,
BIRTHDAY or ANNIVfRSARY
is a
State of Israel Bond
Call Mayshic JE 8-4969
Can.
Kxpectcd from national head
|ng l.chrman. of Temple quarter- by the Una] meeting, at- *** ,the J" ** iunder|
presided. cordiaj to Mrs beae Pushkin, pre- *e direction of Mildred Draiser.
In the Coral Gables B'nai ident. i~ confirmation that Greater Kabbi Henry Okalica. spiritual i
he and a member of the Miami Council has fulfilled it- lar- leader of the North Dade Jewish-I
t.ii,- Rabbinical Associa L'ost quota in history and will be Centeri will be principal speaker
,i Skna said that "in added to the Pioneer Women hon
of trouble and turmoil'or roll before convention time. : J "" Toran *J*~, ,_
[we must especially show! I Rabbl Mnrrls A SkoP- of he
tin its future by investing The Child Rescue fund, which | Coral Gables Jewish Center, will
V>nds. thus providing the'has Mrs. Louis Marcus as chairman, i Dring greetings from the Associa-
Support that would help will benefit from a boat ride|tion of Florida Rabbis, of which
le of Israel help th<-m-; aboard the Seven Seas, planned by; ne is president. He will also de
i Pioneer Women Club 2, for 5 p.m., i ijver ,ne benediction.
YOUNG BUSINESSMAN
Leaving soon for London, Paris,
Switzerland, Italy, Athens, Istanbul,
Madrid, Lisbon and Israel, will ac-
cept limited number of personal or
business errands. P. 0. Box 21,
Miami Beach 39, Fla. References.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 35488-B
In It.: ESTATE "I-
JOSEPH CHINICH, Deceased
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each or .Mm. are hereby
notified and required to present anj
. talma and demands which you, or
either of you. ma] have against the
. state of Ji IBEI'H I HIM' n di
ed late of Dade County. Florida, i"
the Honorable Count) Judges of Dade
County, .mil file the same In theii
r, th< bounty lourthouse In
Had,. County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
in demands to contain th<- legal ad-
nri ol the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be bai
i Mi,.- June 18th, A.D. ivv,
BE1 Ml di: I !HIN1CH
As Km uti r of the Last Will
. nd T< *ts -..ill '!
JOSEPH CHINICH, Dei
IRVVIN K, K'i'i'T
d era, Helmsn A Kaplan
ii. \ h for Executor
'. 17-21 -- 7 1-8
toting on the swiftness Sunday. June 19, from City Yacht
lie h the plans for High Basin. Pier 8.
;ntivities are getting tin-' General chairman is Mrs. Ida
Greater Miaxni Israel Jacobs. Members in charge of en-
mrman Jacob Sher said.'tertainment are Mrs. Minnie Kap-
. uid money gets to the Ian and Mrs Frances Pecker. Mrs,
brael'a development. The Jacob Krantz is chairman of re-
bond program is an ex-, freshments.
method of showing our! Tickets may be bought from Mrs.
-upport. Without Bond Minnie Shubow.
srael would have to aban-
The Women's group of the Cen-
ter will act as hostesses at the re
ception following the ceremony.
Zamora Camp to Open
YOUNG GENTLEMAN, 33
New Yorker visiting Miami Beach, is
sincere, loyal, never been married, a
veteran, good personality, advertising
background, and comet from a fine
respectable Jewish family. Want to
mske Miami my home. I am inter-
ested in meeting a young lady, 22 to
30. from a prominent and well estab-
lished business family, who will help
me plan for the future. Mr. S. W., c o
Jewish Floridian, Box 2973. Miami 18,
Florida.
cal portions of its develop-
OKram. To do this would
I of one of its greatest
and, actually, to strike a
ain-t democracy."
[Jewish leaders Eye
[ Co mm unify Problems
tinutd from Page 1 A
wsh communities to better
heir own communal needs.
U in, who spoke in a simi-
-tiessed that such cooper-
- pledged not only from,
of kinship, but in the
Ige that thereby "we are
lining our own Jewish tra-
nd destiny."
toreaident R- N. Carvalho
ed that there is no longer
rus-ion of whether Jewish
continue and whether it
|ve a future. The problem
V continued, "is how all
imunities, particularly
f Bnil poorer communities to
a full Jewish life and ma-
r-ources with which to do
ork."
Re Wormier, Alliance presi
^Ported an important
in the nature of Jewish
nitiea in Europe. There has
asserted, "a substitution
fern forma of social action
old method of paternal
MIAMI INVESTIGATORS
SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING
Day and Night Phone 82-6978
Civil. Criminal and Insurance
Investigations. Alexsnder Stolfi
snd Avery Wilhelm, Directors.
Announcement is made by
Abraham Maloff, president of the
Zamora Jewish Center, that the
Zamora Day Camp will open on
Monday, June 27, directed by Sam
Silverman. Robbi B. Leon Hurwitz
will act as spiritual advisor of the
camp. Lay committee is headed by
Mrs. Nathan Davidow and M. D.
Perelman.
HOUSE Of PICTURES
Miami's Nswest
Large Selection of Fine Prints Oils
Engravings Modern Trsditional
Framed Unframed
Picture Framing Dry Mounting
Repairs Open Mon. & Fri. til 9 p.m.
6237 Biscay ne Blvd. Ml. 14-9812
tode Confer Dance
Of. formed South Dade Jew-
er announces its first an-
fwirn dance at the Roney
Saturday evening
MALE ATTENDANT
HYGIENIC CARE FOR INVALIDS
Kenny 9-0250
MAMA, BASJt rOUK SHAIROJ
CH.CMN WITH
HARRIS BARBECUE SAUCE
A DELICIOUS PAREVE SAUCE
CANTOR
WISHES POSITION far High HelWys.
Veens men, musical, work wit*
choir. Write Canter H., Rex 273,
II.
HIGH TYPE WIDOW
MIDDLE AGED PREFERRED, TO SHARE PRIVATE HOME WITH ME. Maintain
kosher kitchen. Ideal S.W. location. Half block from central bus step.
Excellent arrangements possible for rioht party. Phone HI 8-6022 or
write Mrs. E., Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida.
MfsVteM ioo M "" T0 NIW Y0,l(
ICC MC-Mfll
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
OF BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Local and Long Distance Movers Fire Proof Storage
MIAMI BEACH OFFKE-6SS COLLINS AVENUE
DIAL JE 8-8353
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167028
KVA M IE MILLER, IMHiutlff.
v B.
LESTER A. MILLER, Defer Is
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO LESTER A MILLER
k, Address I'nknown
Secretlni himself within the
Count) "I i "ade, Mate ol I loi da,
from Set Ice of Pro
You .in- bei i bj n"i Ifled that ;i Bill
ol Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and yon > i
quired t" serve ; copy your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the mil of Com-
plaint on the iilaintitf's Attorney,
HENRY M. CAIN, J6H W. Hagler
Street. Miami. Florida, smi file the
oi Pleading <> the
office ol the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on en before ti"' iyth da) of
Jiilv, |Ki. If you rail to do so, Judg-
ment by default arlll be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
Thin notice shall i>e published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thin Hlh day "f June. A.D.
K V,. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By L, BNEEDEN.
(Circuit court Beal) Deputy clerk
iii:Nitv M CAIN
Attorney for I'lalnliff
till \\ Klagler Street, Miami, Florida
6 17-at 7/l-S________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
th,- uiuli-r Igned, desiring t" engi
business under the flctftlous nil
BOCTHEAST FLORIDA A DADE
COI \rv YOUTH FAIR, Intends to
nsgister said name with tne t lerk
of the Circuit Court "i Dad* County,
rDADB COUNTY BOYS l-H CLUB
LEADERS ASSOCIATION
(a Florida non-profit corporation!
MORTON BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicants
n.i Blacayna l'hlK.
I I7- 7/1-S ________.
Th. Or** *****
pMoki;
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
THE 1955 DADE COUNTY TAX
ASSESSMENT ROLL
will be open for public inspection after June 15th
ROOM 242 COUNTY COURTHOUSE
JOHN A. GAUTIER
Dade County Tax Assessor
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" en^itsc I"
business under the fictitious name of
RITZ hotel, at Miami. Florida, ln-
,, n,K I.....gister said name with the
Clark of the circuit Court of Daaa
"u'"v' ''""^Viav,,. BASS
Ml It I AM BASS
MAX OBOVITZ
R1T1I OROVITZ
AARON M, KANNER
Mi,,.....v for Kavhl Bass, Miriam
Bast Mas OrovlU, RutB Orovits
il .17-21 7/1-S ^^^__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICI-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desliing to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
ROYALTON HOTEL, at Miami. Flor-
ida,, intends to register said name
with the Clerk Ol the circuit Com I
,,( Dade County, Florida.
FI.AULKK LEASES. INC.,
a Florida corporation
AARON' M. KANNER, Bq.
Aliornev for Mngler Leases. Inc.
6/17-24 7/1-8_________________
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1C0URAGIS ISRAEL
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 19$5
SECTION B
ADLAI STEVENSON
MEETS JERRY LEWIS
OBJECTIVE $100,000,000 BY END Of 'SS
ibined Jewish Appeal Slates
tergency Cash Drive Week Here Berinstein Elected National Campaign Chairman for Bonds
for Immediate Need of Agencies "
forward by an emergen-, Sam A. Goldstein
immediately
n the United Jewish Ap-,called into session his key work
[for immediate cash local
k leaders have undertak-
an for the purpose ol designating
...> .......----------------I June 17 to 24 as "CJA Cash Week"
iw t moving one week collec- during which time a concentrated I
to redeem all pledges appeal will be made to all contrib
I the Combined Jewish utors who have "pledged, urging
'cash payments as soon as possible
, nt call for funds.reach-1 "We are grateful to the
ester Miami CJA officials 10,000 persons who pledged and
week following the na- gave to CJA in our recent drive."
mobilization confer- said Federation president Stanley
iv I'.IA in Washington, C, Myers at the collections com
-h
by
national conclave was mittee meeting, "However, only a
raise immediate cash redeemed pledge can go to work
Jewish needs around the add provide the wherewithal for
,1 "to commemorate a hospitals, homes tor the aged and
i humanitarian achieve other Institutions to continue to
serve our Jewish families." He
committee chairman urged putstanding pledges to be
paid during "Cash Week" to meet
iria Reinstates Subsidy "'" ri"""'-'- , . institutions for operating funds,
lewish Communities Personal communications from'
fiCtt (JTA) The Bavarian Myers and Goldstein are going out
again appropiiutcd thi- week to many thousands of
each Of the next two Greater Miami residents BU
-. as a subsidy to the ing their c n in the emerg-
ii- affiliated with the Iency collection campaign,
elation of Jewish It was hoped that a substantial
,> In taking this action, portion of the CJA allocation
overruled a govern- wool I be made available by the
. immendation to slash local community to the national
I to S18.000 this year United Jewish Appeal as this
inue them altogether areas -hare in the nationwide
in cash mobilization
Mew officers, drawn from the top hvels of
American Jewish communal leadership,
were announced thin week for the world-
wide operations of the State of Israel Bond
Organization, involving the raising of S350.-
000,000 for tha economic development of
Israel in the next four years. The new Isrrol
Fond officers are, top (left to right), Abraham
Feinberg, president; Morris W. Berinstein,
national campaign chairman; Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president; Joseph Shulman,
chairman, executive committee. Bottom
(left to right) are Jack D. Weiler, treasurer;
Dewey D. Stone, member of the beard of
directors; Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky. chair-
man. Women's Division; and Judge Louis
E. Leventhal, chairman, "Guardians of Is-
rael."
MIAMI'S ISRAEL BOND LEADERS RECEIVE AWARDS
r\
NEW YORKMorn; W. Berin-
stein. of Syracuse. N.Y.. who has
been in the forefront of national
leadership in fund raising for Is-
rael during the past decade, has
been elected national campaign
chairman for Israel Bonds, it was
announced recently by Abraham
otal amount of Israel Bonds sold
since the State of Israel floated
its first issue in May. 1951.
The attention of the D.C.I, lead-
ership. Feinberg said, is now be-
ing concentrated on making June
"a highly productive month in
Bond ,-ale-.'' I)r Joseph J. Sch-
Feinber". president of the Devel i wart/, vice president, has embark-
opment Corporation for Israel. The
D.C.I, recently asBUBMd responsi-
bility for the sale of Israel Devel-
opment Bonds in the United States
and other countries of the demo-
cratic world.
Feinberg also announced the
election of Joseph Shulman, Pater
son, N.J.. as chairman of the exec-
utive committee of the bond organ- Milwaukee. Detroit
ization; Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky. I City.
ed on a strenuous tour of major
cities to spur campaign activities.
Dr. Schwartz started his tour at
Cleveland and then went on to
Toledo and Pittsburgh. In addition
to these three communities, his
Jun" schedule includes Pater^on.
N.J.. Washington. D.C.. Atlanta.
Baltimore. Newark. New Haven,
and Kansas
of East Orange. N.J.. chairman of
the National Women's Division;
Berinstein, newly elected na-
tional campaign chairman, is a na-
me ilUW'MUl TW....... J ~..~...... ----------- ---------,-----;.-- ---------
and Judge Louis E. Levinthal. of tional campaign chairman Of the
It c Special Awards brunch held in the
|oyal Palm hotel. Jacob Sher. Greater Mi-
ni chairman lor Israel Bonds, makes spe-
pal presentations to these women for high
pnking bond sales. Chairman Sher awards
beautifully-bound Jerusalem Bibles to Mrs.
Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Ida Bookspan and Mrs.
Sarah Goldman. Miss Lillian Goodman re-
ceived the award of a weekend for two at
the Nautilus hotel. Mrs. Monte Selig. wom-
en's division chairman, looks on.

I

Philadelphia, chairman of Guard-
ians of Israel.
Objective of the Israel Bond
campaign in the United States.
Canada, Latin America and West-
ern Europe is to bring the sale of
Israel Development Bonds to $100.-
000.000 by the end of 1955. Fein-
berg said. The Development Issue
of Israel Bonds was inaugurated
in May, 1954. Since that time,
more 'than S45.000.0O0 has been
sold, bringing to $190.000.000 the
Mrs. Wernick Participates
In Three-Day Conference
United Jewish Appeal and a for-
mer campaign chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Fund of Syracuse.
Shulman is a member of the na-
tional campaign cabinet of the
Unted Jewish Appeal and is a for-
mi.- chairman of its Metropolitan
Division. He served as vice presi-
dent of the Paterson Jewish Com-
munity Council from 1946 to 1949.
and lias held leading posts in a
variety of other communal agen-
cies.
Airs. Stavitsky has been for more
than a decade a leading figure in
civic and philanthropic work. She
has served as New Jersey chair-
man of the Women's Division of
Mn. Henry Wernick, Sans Souci the Israel Bond drive and has been
hotel. Miami Beach, president Ol active in many Jewish organiza-
the Southeast Branch of the Na-'turns and campaigns. Judge Levin-
tional Women's League. United thai, one of the most distinguish-
Synagogue of America, participat- ed leaders of American Jewry and
ed In the threed..y conference a former president of the Zionist
held this week at the Statler ho- (Organization of America, has been
hi in New York, which brought identified with work for Israel for
together area leaders and activity many years. One of America's out-
ehainmn of the organization from standing jurists. Judge Levinthal
all over the I'nited States and seived as advisor on Jewish Af-
Canada Mrs to the American Military
Vlans for the coming year in Command in Europe under Gen-
programming, education, f u n d eral Lucius P. Clav.
raising, social action, youthw* s^i^, Day Donee
and organization were developed
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Greater Miami Israel Bond chaiman Jacob
sher (second from left) presents special
awards to the tour top Israel bond sales-
men at a special brunch held last Thursday
the Royal Palm hotel. Accepting awards
the itoyai r Mintzes, Mashie
PrfeaCJ SrsSiarPress and Scan tap.
M^on'teleUg. division leader, looks on.
in
are
in the sessions. They will be im-
iplemented in the 612 Synagogue
Sisterhood groups with a member-
ship of 160,000, located in towns
and cities all over the United
States and Canada.
i',

Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center has planned a
Father's Day dance at the Nautilus
hotel on Sunday evening, June 19.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Irving Denmark.


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District Youth Gird
For BBYO Confab
Two Hundred and Twenty Five
youth representing th states of
Florida. Georgia. South Carolina,
North Carolina. Virginia. Mary-
land, and Washington. DC. will
convene at Camp Blue Star. Hen-
dersonville. N.C.. from June 23
through 28 at the District 5 B'nai
"rith Youth Organization conven-
tion, it was announced by District
presidents Howard Miller and Myr
na Smith, respectively, presidents
Ol the Aleph Zadik Aleph and
B'nai B'rith Girls
Theme of the convention will be
"BBYO B'nai Brith and the
Jewish Tercentenary." Kickoff
speaker will be Dr. Leon Feldman.
A-heville. N.C., and outstanding
quests will include Mrs. Joseph
Goldstein, national BBYO commis-
sioner, representing District 5;
Sydney Adler. Florida BBYO chair
man; Peter Rosedale. Past Grand
Aleph Godol. Miss Micki Kaner.
national president of BBG: and
Melvifl Galln, Past District Aleph
Godol.
Focus of the convention will be
on activity rather than discussion
The activity will be in the nature I
hi workshops which will include!
religious, social athletic and cul-l
tural. including photography, dra-i
n Ah dam newspaper and
tag
Featured at the < tion will
which
lional B'nai
dents who completed their fresh
man course: Miss Frances Jero-
slow. Brooklyn. N.Y.; Miss Mary
Anne Morris, Fort Pierce. Fla.;
Miss Mildred Northam, Miami;
Miss Helen Schnitman. Rochester.
NY.: Mrs. Helen Stafford. St.
Laois, Mo.; Miss Mary Alma Wal
Mount Sinai Hospital School ofjker. Vero Beach. Fla.; and Miss
Budget Allotment Moifflt Sinai
Decision Due on Nursing School
By Appeal Board r u.
F, official mec::. *r <"' frddUdTCS NKK
newly elected board of noverrmi -
*i^5K. neMTh^dt Kt '- *-*
ning. June 23.
Lodge. 955 Alton rd.
Fla
HWfCua and capping axereJana on June 0.
I Samuel (.ertner. executive director
,of the hospital, announce!
According to Stanley C Myers, i Graduating class consisted of
Federation president, major Item nlIu. students Miss Marcia Broacl-; practle;
on the agenda will he a decision 'w,.|i Miami: Mis- Del.oi- Butler.
by the board on recommendation-
of the budget committee for allo
cations to national, overseas and
local beneficiary agencies Ap-
uch institutions m': ljlrina Martm- Mlami'
proximately 55 s
an- included in the Combined
Jewish Appeal which recently com-
pleted it- 1955 campaign.
Myers further announced that
the executive committee will be
elected at the meeting Named as
members ol a nominating com
mittee to select community lead
r- who will serve with the execu-
tive committee are Mrs. I.eo Ack-
erman, Mrs. George chertkof.
Mr- Aaron Parr, Harry Gordon,
Fred K Shochet. Bernard Stcvcn-
and Barry Zukernick.
Also included in the agenda
munal planning problems which
.tion will face in the com
will be a review and consideration
of the numerous welfare and com-
Infl year.
Coral Gable- Mi- Sande Fischer.
Coral Gable-. Mis- Mary Rita Fo
lev. Miami; Mi- C.ail Marsh, Mi
Mi- Ruth ReinitZ, Oxford. N.C.:
Mrs Ada Kubczynska. England;
and Miss Dalia Topolansky. Haifa.
Israel
Caps were awarded to seven stu-
Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of
the Mount Sinai Hospital School of
Nursing advisory com-
mittee, presided at the ceremony
Speakers were Mrs Louis Glasser.
president of Mount Sinai Hospital
Women's Auxiliary: Mrs. H. Frank
lin Williams, honorary member,
advisory committee of the School
of Practical Nursing: Dan B. Rus
kin, vice president of Mount Sinai
Hospital: and Gertner.

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MONUMENT CO,
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hM Cemetery (kn,
0f Swdayi y^..
B'rith c ontests will also
be hiii! in oratory, discussion,
telling d
Allapattah Branch of Dade Federal
Savings, Loan fo Mark Anniversary
Vllapattah branch office ol ;
and Loan Associs
1400 nu 38th -t .
sixth anniversary
: iy, Juni 17
it was sis years ago that Dade
' deral's i men! taw the
need for suburban branche- Sai
n members, due
11 increasing traffic and insuffi-
cient parking in the metropolitan
irea were findinf it difficult to
\i-it the association's main office.
according, to .i.-eph M. Lipton,
president <>l Dade Federal
It was a matter of taking our
services 'out" to stetsons whan
many of our members lived That
(hi- service was needed and appro
ciated is reflected in the outstand-
ing growth of our branches The
Allapattah branch, when it first
opened in June ol 1949 was hard
pressed to keep up with the folks
who wanted to open savings ac-
counts. 1.244 were opened in 12
hours. Today, the Allapattah
branch has mure than 13.500 sav-
ing! member-, more than 2.400
home loan member- and it i- -till
growing, it- assets awed 14 nil-
lion dollar-
Allapattah branch paces a com-
parative growth in Dade Federal'!
other two branches More than 8-
Ul'l) till'
' locati d ; 1M1
SW 8tl) -t and new EdtBOD Center
Branch, at 57ft NW 7th tv< which
il a little less than .< war ago,
already ha- more the 1,900 mem-
bers In Hade Federal's tour
offices then a combined total of
more than 5ti 000 savings and home
loan member-, and assets total
more than 77 million dollar-
The Allapattah Branch will cele-
brate its anniversary with an open
house from 6 to 8 p.m. Frida> The
Association will have free refresh
Bents, free entertainment, sou-
venir- and candy for each lady
Mr Lipton also announced that the
Allapattah branch will be open for
bu.siness as usual
PEISOKAIIZED SERV
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Phones 3-2244, 2-6652
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IAMI TITLC
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25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Titl* Insurance Policies ol
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus & Reserves
txceed $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
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DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH OFFICE
1400 N.W. 36th Street
CELEBRATES ITS 6th ANNIVERSARY
FRIDAY. JUNE 17th. 6 to 8 P.M.
vn8*53
Folks in the Nortfiwest area or* cordially invited fo briiKj
the family and help us celebrate this happy occasion.
FREE!
REFRESHMENTS
ENTERTAINMENT
SOUVENIRS
FREE!
LAURA LEE CANDY FOR THE LADIES DOOR PRIZES
We will be open for business too! You can open INSURED SAVINGS Ac-
counts, or discuss HOME FINANCING with us, and join in the fwa t*
same time.
Your Savings here era insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savinas and
Lean Insurance Coraeration and earn dividends twice a year for yea
at Hie current rate off 3 o par |
WE HAVE 4 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVING MIAMI
MAN OFFICE
4S N E. Fo, Avon*.
AUAFATTAH SSANCH
UO0 N.W. 36m Streot
Dade Federal
vtMli^M^FW/<<^T^///j:Mrw/M(L
..... LIPTON. Prrsident
TAM1AMI StANCM
?01 S.W. E*M, Sitom
WSOH CfNTW ItANCH
477 N.W. I
aUSNIS$rKX.Aae^n IESOURCES EXCEED 74 MILLION DOLLARS


Lav. TUNE 17, 1955
Ion Appointed
[airman of JWB
Immittee
^J^MncrMter
, h. White, of
president of the
Houston,
Southern
, f the National Jewish
',,;. gnard. inhlAdxed the se-
r oi. Knpxville. Tern., as the
in ,f the fenfti'aTimiai mect-
i the Southern Section, No-
kt 19 to 20.
in.uncement, which was made
Veterans Group Appoints
Smothers to Board
U.S. Senator (ieoryp Smalhers of
Florida hag been unanimously
elected honorary member of the
national convention board of di
rectors of the Jewish \\ ,,r Veter
ans .f the Inited States.
The Senator has been notified (,|
the denignatlon hy Harry H. Co-
hen, of Miami Beach, president of
the organization.
The veterans yroup will hold its
60th national convention Oct. 25
through 31 at Miami Beach. Smath-
ers said ho la "looking forward to
attending the convention"' and ex
pressed his appreciation to Cohen
"for the honor" of his election to
the board.
Beach Lodge Plans
\ Patriotic Day Rally
Michael Sossin. president of Mi-
| ami Beach Lodge. Bnai B'rith, an-
nounced Wednesday that the an-
nual Patriotic Day rally sponsored
by the Lodge will be held at Fla-
mingo I'ark Band Shell on Monday,
July 4.. Jack M. fink has been ap-
pointed chairman.
Beach Lodge has sponsored this
community-wide rally for the past
eight years. The program planned
currently will tie in with the ob-
servance of the 40th anniversary
of the founding of Miami Beach.
Serving on the committee with
"' Cershon S. Miller, Harry
Mewmark. Charles H. Lee. Burnett
Roth. David Schwartz. Meyer Teig-
man and Gilbert .1. Balkin.
Lubitch Film Slated
"the Love Parade," starring
Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette
MacDonald, will be presented as
part of the Film Classics series of
the Miami Public Library on Thurs-
day evening, June 23, at One Bis-
cayne blvd. The Ernst Lubitch pro-
duction is f r o m the Museum of
Modern Art collection in New-
York.
To Form Social Group
Meeting of young adults, age 18
and over, will be held at Monti-
cello Park Congregation Sunday
evening. In charge of information
is Rhoda Stern. Purpose of the
meeting is to organize a social
group for the North Beach area.
Miss Stern revealed.
PAGE 31
UM Symphony Club
Reelects Mrs. Wolf son
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfsan was re-
elected as president of the Sym-
phony Club of the University of
Miami at a board of directors re-
cent meeting held at her home.
Her officers include four who
were reeleeted and four who are
new: Mrs Comer J. Kimball (new),
first vice president; Mrs. Franz
Stewart, second vice president;
Mrs. James M. Godard (new), third
vice president.
Mrs. Robert A. Peterson (new),
I fourth vice president; Mrs. Rich-
I ard Wolfson, treasurer; Mrs. Monte
ISelig, assistant treasurer; Mrs.
| Warren Freeman, .corresponding
I secretary.

lean Kaplan
a meeting o' the board of
of the Southern Section
[r June 4 to 5, was accom
id by the appointment of Leon
in, i'i Miami, as chairman of
low-.ill convention committee.
Id M. Blumberg. of Knoxville.
nted local chairman of
ection annual meeting.
;, is the immediate past
E.Urt of the Southern Section
[pit president of the Greater
L Jewish Community Centers
bi on.
limber is a key lay leader
ply :-;nown throughout the
kn f( r his affiliation with many
|i Jewish organizations.
ibrew University
teks to Attract
S Students
Icr Miami Chapter, Amer
! nds of the Hebrew L'ni
pity, this week revealed a new
I' tig made available that will
amians to study at He
verslty with costs reduc-
I'tci the barest minimum."
Irs Oida Rubin, president of
chaj.;er, said that "under ordi-
c irt jmstances, the cost would
[l'! mtive for all but a hand-
ol the well-to-do.*'
careful planning, however, the
|\< r-itv has set th* cost of study
a linl year at $1,700 per stu-
lt Affording to Mrs. Rubin, this
wi.'l include transportation.
pon, lood and board, tours,
|i and incidentals.
fin addition, the Jewish Agen-
[the :>rael Government and the
lencan Friends have provided
nest sums for partial scholar-
p>> fcr needy students," Mrs.
bin sad.
the plan makes certain that the
uvidual college student's edu-
|in will not be interrupted.
Ice -Indies at Hebrew Univer-
incljde the courses normally
kedultd by any American col-
ic.
col M.I.T. Club Plans
feting at Pop Concert
Kenneth Armstrong, Opa-Locka
lecti r of planning, was official
"ate to commencement and
Jnini day ceremonies at the
Jis-achjsetts Institute of Tech
<>L) (n Monday, it was announc-
Ihere hy William Sussman, pres
pit of the M.I.T. Club of South
prida.
Sussman. a Miami Beach builder
i director of the Greater Miami
ih Community Center, also an-
uneed that the next meeting of
i local MIT. Club will be on
Jy 10, when members will at-
rjthr pop concert at the Miami
farti Auditorium.
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U Nu's Visit a Shot in Israel's Lonely Arm 3
Last week a visitor came to Israel, a rather special
Quest whose visit held a great and encouraging
meaning for the men and women of the Jewish State.
He came from very far away and whenever and
wherever Israelis caught a glimpse of the distin
guished sightseer they knew that they were less
alone and less isolated than they had been before
His name: V Nu. His nationality: Burmese. His
occupation: Prime Minister. He came to Israel on an
official visit, as head of state, to see and hear and
meet with friends. And there was something about
those days he spent with us that was a story com-
plete in itself In many ways it is not easy to be an
Israeli. One of the hardships is this increasing sense
jf being cut away from the mainstream of world
ill airs. Unable to breach the basic difference be-
tween the democracy that is fundamental to the
I-rael way of life and the demands of dictatorship
that are inherent to the Soviet plan. Israel, long
in-fore the Moscow and Prague trials, was unable to
identify with the communist bloc.
The powers of the West, hot in pursuit of what
(hey see as Arab favor, have been careless with the
Jewish State, and have made a feeling of belonging
hard for the average Israeli to sustain around the
rloek. And Asia? Whatever hopes might have existed
In lore the Bandung conference, Israelis coped with
i considerable hurt after itfor the newly minted
republics of the Far East had excluded Israel from
the conference, had passed a hostile resolution on
Lsrael in favor of the Arabs despite Israels absence.
There were not many friends in the troubled world
of 1955only the Jewish communities stood stead-
I ,t and here and there an odd ally or two. Such
was the land of Burma.
Whether or not a similar struggle had served to
reate a kinship, whether the similarity in the philo-
sophies of the leading political party, whether the
.imilar makeup of the governmentor whether
primarily there was something alike in the deep-
est aims'of both peoples, something came into being
ietween Burma and Israel. Both prior to and at
Bandung. Burma spoke on behalf of Israel. And then
I Nu. en route to the United States, decided to come
ind see for himself The red carpet was rolled out.
The welcome extended to him by the Government
was vast. Speeches were made. Compliments ex-
changed. All according to Hoyla. But something else
greeted U Nu. The heartfelt fondness of a nation no
longer quite so alone and cut-off A genuine, almost
overwhelming interest and eagerness to come
closer
Now. he had seen for himself and he was excited.
And all of Israel is cheered and warmed. This is the
kind of recognition that matters most, and the gain-
ing of a friend is a matter of moment for the citi-
zens of Israel in these dark and uncertain days.
DAY iD S4HWARTZ
RaLbis Cautioned Not
All Jews are True Sages
This in the Mason when rabhini-
uilcnt- COOK forth from the
seminaries looking for pulpits.
i u I sjrmpathilt with them.
They are in an unenviable posi
tion. They are out to fight sin
N 'U -in is one thins people do
n. t like to cet rid of, It i- prett>
|)< polar or it couldn't have lasted
-' long.
First of all. the fledgling rabbi
"Well." interrupted Rabbi Wise.
"it's not so bad. There the rabbis
chose the 'behemos' and here the
behemos choose the rabbis
Now Rabbi Wise knew that this
witticism did not apply to the
whole congregation, but lets face
it, every member of a congregation
is not a "Chochom If he were.
they wouldn't need a rabbi.
So we return to the fact that the
wm the approval of the mem- young rabbi hag his problems, and
ben ol a congregation and. with'I want to turn the tables on him.
all respect to the members of the Usually the rabbis advise the lay-
i nuregation. what do most of I man. Now let me offer some advice
them know about the Rambam.
o\er which the rabbinical student
h plugged away through dreary'
nightl
They tell a story of the late Rab-
bi Stephen S, Wise dealing with
h; presiding some 25 years ago at
I Zionist conference, at which a
ll known American Jew who
h~d just returned from Palestine
Have a discouraging report about
the state of affairs there
"The trouble." he said, -is the
to >oung rabbi-
rir-t of all. let him beware of
the language in which he clothes
his first sermon. There was the
young rabbi who. in his trial ser-
mon, used the phrase. "Judaism is
at it- pinnacle."
One member of the congregation
commented: ""He plays pinnochle
lets elect him."
This misunderstanding had no
bad effect The rabbi was elected.
The member of the congregation
' tal lack of basic knowledge about | who thought he was getting a pin-
agriculture. Why when they havejnoehle player was. of course, dis-
i hu> catle. they will call in the' appointed, but that too was not
rdbbi as an expert."__________ bad It served him right
LKO\ M'TTERMA\
Pardon Me, Adlai, but I'm
Only After the Salt Shaker
352
m
THE ETHICS OF ISRAEL. By laraa! H. W.i,Hld
Blech Publishing Company.
By HILARY MINDLIN
DR. ISRAEL WEISFELD. spiritual leader in Dall t
cstes his third book 'To Jewish YouthMa ,". !?.".TexM
*; $#* s. wit*
... fjtj
Become the Way of Life for the Children of faraer P* *
both an exhortation and a prayer. His volume present*)^1
Judaism from Biblical days down through the years on thrlT 9
ethical precepts necessary to man. that he mav, m the tronL?
"Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God"
The source for the whole system of Jewish ethics c~>
the purpose of ethics is to persuade the individual to do hi2
own free will, it must reckon with the authority to hJ.lK
likely to defer." Dr. Weisfeld points out. somewhat unZ,,11
- 'Ye shall be holy; for I the Lord your God am holy "Tti
Biblicah raison d'etre for Jewish ethics." Judaism believeYi
possible for man to attain an emulation of God through adh.
those virtues which God Himself practices.
Accordingly, the first chapter is on God. and the second isni
The other sections deal with man's relationship to God thmli
relationships with his fellow menthrough Brotherhood.
Truth. Righteousness and Justice, to name a few of the chai
ings. Faith and Prayer, although they may seem to be L
directly with God. affect strongly the medium of man. for be i
no faith will have no reason to live morally. Then. too. "he ski
to include his fellowman in his prayers is a sinner

STORIES AND parables enrich the book Man has three I
relatives, wealth and his good deeds. When he is near death
on them, but the first two are useless, for "Brother cannot!
brother" and "Wealth is of no avail in the day ol wrath But tbel
says, "When you approach God's judgment seat, you will find os
and we will speak in your favor, as it is written Thy rig_.
will advance before thee when the glory of God receives thee'
588).
Then there is the case of the king who had some empty pi
He said: "If I put hot water in them, they will burst if I put cokh
| in. they will crack So he mixed cold and hot water together.|
it in. and the goblets were uninjured. Even so God said. If]
the world with the attribute of mercy, sin will multiply; if I e
with the attribute of justice, how can it endure? So I will creattil
both, and thxs it will endure."
Dr. Weisfeld presents what is actually a guide to the
Excerpts from the Bible. Talmud. Midrash. Judah HaLevi. Maim
Philo and others are included; stimulating questions at the erti
section relate abstract ethics to everyday practical probles&l
"Should we practice honesty toward the crook''
The Jewish love for "It is written ." is well nurtured:
written.
DAYiD HOROWITZ
Hammarskjold in Favor of Direet Talks
Adlai Stevenson was staying
vernight at a small hotel in
ralm Springs. When he came
into the dining-room for break
last in the morning, the only
i ther guest present was Jerry-
Lewis, who rose from his seat
Sit down, sit down." said Steven-
KMI deprecatingly
"'What?" asked Jerry. "Cant I
take the salt shaker from the
rext table?"

According to Ed Wynn. any
IBM who thinks ti.at old soldiers
just fade away should try getting
into his old uniform

Director Mervyn LeRoy says
that Hollywood is now working
(own off the screen, sits in your
'jp and kisses you for ten min-
utes.

Tony Martin wasn't joking
hen he told an interviewer the
ther day that he'd like to switch
.mm acting to directing. "And
the reason is obvious," added
Tony. "I'm getting tired of hold-
ing in my stomach."

The trend in Biblical pictures
is on. and Hollywood has found
the formula of mixing pageantry.
sex and religion very profitable
box office bait. Every time the
Bible offers a good, sound story.
Hollywood builds a picture
around it More often, however,
they lift a small passage from
the Bible and ignore the story.
A recent movie, supposedly
based on a Biblical incident, was
advertised as 'Earth shaking in
its magnificence: Cast of thou-
sands' Stupendous! Glorious
Technicolor! Three dimension-
Greatest story ever filmed'"
Eddie Cantor attended the
opening of the picture He wired
the producer of the film: "Saw
the picture. Loved the book."

Yehudi Menuhin tells us that
he clipped this ad from a thea-
trical trade paper: "Violinist
wants pretty young lady pianist
to play with occasionally."

When Oscar Levant was under-
going psychoanalysis. Vladimir
Horowitz asked him why he con-
tinued with it when it appeared
to be doing him so little good.
"Oh. well," said Levant, "it gives
me some place to go every day."
Despite his many global duties concerned with the
Far East tensions, disarmament and atomic energy.
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold has been able
to give a great deal of time and though to the
troublesome Israel-Arab problem. Last week, for
example, he had private talks with Israeli and Egyp-
tian delegates on current border tensions. It is also
known now that he was responsible for Maj Gen. E.
L M. Burns" recent visit with Premier Nasser in
Cairo. Burns had been instructed to propose top
level talks. Nasser, however, it is reported, sent
Burns back to Jerusalem with a flat "no." It's the
old story: Nasser made It plain to Burns that the
Arabs will never enter direct talks so long as Israel
refuses to implement the original pre 1948 war UN
resolutionsa very convenient smokescreen for the
Arabs
Hammarskjold is fully aware of the situation Both
k 3 ^l.^1 ol Staff ,n J*nisalem ** through
he Arab bluff But this is a game of diplomacy in
which he is merely an "agent" of sixty diverse mem-
ber nations, among whom a great many are pro
Arab. During a press conference this week, the
lelicacy of this diplomacy was clearly evidenced
Asked about recent UN activity in the Near East
Hammarskjold replied "The situation there (
puts a heavy responsibility on our shouldml
and on the shoulders of those who represent t
in the field, and we try to live up to that i
bility. It seems to me to be a matter of i
ve should maintain a very close contact wXhi
sentatives of the parties and govemtnati i
.-erned. trying to exert whatever influenceI
in the direction of stabilizing the situation.It
not go so far as to say," Mr Hammarssj*!
tinued. "that there is anything encourapaji
result of these intense efforts, but I do fist 1
to go on record. TheNresults so far would J*N
title me to say that I feel very happy about u*]
ation."
At this juncture Egyptian correspondent!
Malley asked: "Am I to understand that j*M
sition in the matter is that you favor dire
between Israel and Egypt?"
"It has been my feeling." the Swedish 0 *|
told the Egyptian of Jewish descent. 's ***'l
have been here, whenever I have had to I**""]
Palestine problem, that the sooner we couWawj
at a situation in which direct talks would teP
and fruitful, the better it would be "
BfIA WOLFE -
Yankees Show Mettle
come^j Sown i'SP.XZSZL flff
many columnists anpi *Jh0 iS"h",m 1r
-M-stice of Klston HovSrd bemb. "from
bj- certain hotels wh the ^Tl&
Just when the criticism was mounting to ,
stronger pltch than ever before, the Yanked made
their important announcement. nude riT.r th.t
Howard would no longer be .brent from the o^
in Fighting Bigotry
Muehlbach in Kansas City, and the Del **
Chicago. piths*]
The one loophole that remain- is in j^jJJ]
Apparently the matter is not exclusively Vaakees, but state law is involved. M t'l
However, it seems like a pretty sureJ* .^j
he Yankee management were to state ''^f]
hey wouldn't take any compromises. "*" u^l
dag that Howard remain with the team w *
loo. a hotel would scarcely dare to r*'"*^,,,**]
At any rate. Jewish fans who are **^iu si
whole question of discrimination will *
pleased at the position taken by the } f
ffbeClr*l
Hank Greenberg. general manager m ^l
land Indians, denies that there is W) P^ ^1
cance to a recent request for w^aaWH'3
came out that Greenberg had rcq"^" ^ |
Bob Feller. Art Houtteman. Rslp" *
Wertr


k JUNE 17. 1955
ii Men's Club
is Al Gerstein
JersttJn has been elected
fni of the Men's Club of Mi-
Inrow School and Congrcga-
officers ii:iiik'i :it a rect?*
incliide "T'liartes rrfcrWow.
Went; -tmir aWtfnwnfl^iirtn
rn and Jack Stone, trcas
Liebman to Head
Miami Delegation
wSHTSi B- Llet"""n. Miami,
Beach attorney and member of the
national executive of the Z()A '
will head the list of delegate* from
the. various Zionist Urt-.-ini^i,,,., (lf
LAmecica J
to :
+Jewistirhrklian
PAGE 5B
of directors includes Ed
Jerry Baker, Herb Feldan,
jhen, Harry Schwartz, Dave
Joe Rutansky, Lou Stone,
lotnick. Irv Willis, William
aub. Hershey Glantz, Abe
Sam Wynn and Robert
ir.
nittee chairmen are Herb
sergeant-at-arms; Joe Ru-
delegate to parent organ-
Lou Stone, Abe Fegatner
Icth Feldan, refreshments;
Hablow, Sam Cohen and
ISchwartz, membership; Lou
blood bank; Dave Melt-
\Y and sunshine.
Baker, Ed Ecker and Sam
entertainment; Sam Kos-
Ed Becker, publicity; Sam
fand Herb Feldan, brunch.

D.C., June 16 to 20.
The convention will be address-
ed by Israel Ambassador Abba
Eban, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, Dr
E. Neumann, Joseph Cirlin. mem-
ber of the I,raeli Cabinet, and
other prominent national and in-
ternational figures.
Liebman will be accompanied by-
Morris Simon, of the Coral Cable',
Zionist District; Herbert LlnickJ
president of the Miami Beach Is-
rael Zionist District; Sam Landau,
of the Miami Zionist District; Dave
Goodwin, of the Miami Beach Ma-
sada District; Abe Hurwitz, Coral
Gables.
Liebman has been appointed to
the committee on committees ol
the national convention.
inu-EI Names Top Scholars
losing Assembly on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Georqe Cohen, present to Rabbi Leon Kronish
a specially-inscribed scrap book at the annual installation
luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom in the
rontainebleau hotel. Cohen gave the book to his wife on the
occasion of her 72nd birthday on that day, and Mrs. Cohen
presented it to the Temple in the name of the Young-at-Heart
of Beth Sholom, of which she is chairman. The book will be
used for keeping historical items about the Temple.
.*T
**m*
August bros rv#
#% f i.. Ill VI '
Is t /" // \/
Herman R. Mechlowitz,
|an of the religious school
pple Kmanu-El. announced
larship honor rolls at the
assembly held last week.
[arship honors in the daily
School went to: class 1A
nan Brooks, Bruce Hillman.
Hirvchfield, Steven Horo-
|Ao Lcbow and Louis Rose;
,BArlene Arvan, Warren
Elandra Bialolenki, Ger-
sh. I-ois Ross, Michael Shel-
lark Travis, Andrew Zivitz;
jc -Jill Channing, Leonard
[Virginia Gordon, Allen Jar
lllen Matter, Sheldon Rose,
(Schwartz: class IDJeffrey
7n. Lee Ostroff, Scott Trent,
Schwartz; class 2AAlan
, David Borenstein, Edward
|vald. Dorothy Roloff, Ivan
; class 2BBarry Gersten,
Lane. Efrem Lieber. Mimi
Steven Robinson, Marsha
, Richard Schwartz; class
lichael Mann, Jeffrey Narod,
Nussbaum; class 3AJe-
C'haves, Margaret Cohen,
Cohen, Russel Herman,
Hirschfield, Sandra Katz,
ft\ Pollane, Paul Strassburg,
Wilen; class 3BDaniel
ough, Claudia Bialolenki,
Heller, Martin Katz. Fred
Martin Mainster. Teddy
| Murray Rosenberg; grade 4
Habib, Robert Hauser,
\* Homer, Rogert Lefft, Ste-
farks, Jack Rabin: grade 5
Friedwald, Rosalind Lehr-
)larship honors in Sunday
went to class 2ABonnie
Adrienne Deblinger, Stefa-
frehling, Faith Kindler, Sally
off. Steven Mufson, Sandra
Class 2BRoss Houston, Jo-
lotkin, James Roth; class 2C
Malschick,
Carol Trent,
Heidi
Billy
Pcnchansky,
Rosengarten;
j friend, Wendy Schwartz; class 7-
j Virginia Gordon, Susan Schwartz,
class 3Roberta Brick, Arlene Hal- Susan Sober; class 8Joyce Ka-
perin, Diane Klempner. Jeffrey I gan, Adrienne Miller and Leslie
Selevan, Susan Yunes; class 3B jzebitz.
Robert Azoff, Diane Kaminsky. El- ----------------------------------------------
len Teller; class 4Carol Green- _^^-^ Df I LI
berg. Harriet Katz, Iris Klempner, 'jX "001 LC3K!
Marilyn Muravchick, Bonnie Tish-
ler; class 5Rhoda Deutchman,
Nancy Krenberg, Lois Samuel. Del-
sie Lipton; class 6Joan Balkin.
Shirley Appelbaum. Sandra Gast-
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Puchkoff Fund
Makes Awards
Puchkoff Fund of the Histadruth
Ivrith of Greater Miami awarded
prizes at the closing assembly of i
Beth David religious school to the
following students:
Barbara Cypen. Robert J Cohen,
Aelln Goldman. Charles Novogrod-
sky and Susan Schwartzman.
Mrs. J. z. Stadlan addressed tli
assembly, and Mrs. Bryna Puch-
koff presented the awards for "lit
standing leboli rship.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Puchkoff pre-
sented prices t.) the following ttu
dents at the Beth El Hebr lead
S.nd your f.vorif. r.cip. to Th. J.wish Flor.d.an. together wi
your n.m. and addr.,.. If you have mSSt pMUj^P"[ g?
includ. it with your entry. Should your r.c.p. appear *.th*een
rill be presented with a copy of "Th. Book of Jew.sh ReeIpes.
lining 500 koih.r r.cipat and a Foreword on th. principles of
ture till stiff enough to hold a peak
then add one tablespoonful of
sugar at a time while beating after
each addition. Fold in the crushed
pineapple. Spread evenly over top
of cake and return to oven for 5
minutes additional baking at 375
deg K Sume of the frosting will
drip down -sides of cake and add
the special touch to this cake.
Serves 8 to 10.

Henry Drevich. Joshua Gettin suggestions A
\i time you v. make
ome ipeciall) attractive bora
,i oeuvm or i r ,h-l!
luncheon, cocktail part) or mid-
night serving, Irj th ring
be
>
2
' -
1 3
you w
Containing
cookery.
I,,,. | -inc or alongside
Prosi some cream
ic through the pastry I
md the edge or i'Wi
herrin ""'" across,
sprinkle with paprika or mine-
One fourth 0
trj j ields 20 rounds
Pinaapple Spread Cak.
cups '.-r> d all put i' "' flour
cup Ml
t-p baking pou
Up salt
cup shortening (all vegetable
kind)
1 3 cup evap rated milk
2 egg yolks
Up vanilla
Sift together dry ingredients
hortening. milk, egg
coarse meal or tiny peas Add'the yolks and vanilla and stir inf. the
cottage cheese and mix with a fork ** ingredients Beat at
until well blended Roll out the moderate speed in electric mixer
dough on well floured board or for 2 minutes or 200 strokes if.
In the matter of eating, summer PMtW cloth to It Inch thickMSS beating by hanoV Turn into^a well
Is often the "finicky" Uine of year, nd cut into desired shapes Top greased and flourduvi nch
and much as we recognise the need and hake the pastries 00 an un- tube cake pan Bake 3
lor light food
touchthe
proach to
that make
Meeting Due Tuesday
Next meeting of Coral Gables
Post, Jewish War Veterans, will be
held on Tuesday evening, June 21.
to"* Feldmon Eleia.
NEW YORK r* I
" of Amcrk7*2*i ft]
Vmcy which reW1 "3
*>* ConserS^S
rabb.n.c and con, !'nH
ff Judaism inX^lh-
last week elWed\lBje|J
Feldman. rabbi of tL*3
jael Hartford. (W^^
for the com.ng yMr' ""
The election to,,],' ^ I
!l,K"na,ional ^Za
"t:hesvjgi
America, vthirh^"
the ( oun<
j:er. Marjorie <......Iman, I
Parness and Mar-
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The awards were made in mem
ory ot the late scholar and He-
braist, Pinkus Puchkoff, who was
honorarj president ol the Hista
druth Ivrith.
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l cup butti or substitute
ips lifted all purpose Hour
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\ pinch of sail
Cut the butter or substitute into
the flour with I pastry Mender or
two knives until it resembles
time enjoyment.
Children in particular are sus-
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weather on the appetiteand for
them, as well as for adults, one of
the easiest ways to dress up a
meal, to add crisp, fresh appeal to
even routine foods, begins with a
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Tam Tam Crackers make an
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One suggestion in particular that
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as taste appeal, brings Tam Tam
Crackers to the table topped with
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And for those inevitable mo-
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Toppings
1 cut pastry' into strips. Pi
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Place a large pimiento stuffed
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strip and roll up Fasten with
a toothpick. Bake 5 to 8 mm
utes at 500 deg. F. One fourth
of the dough recipe makes 18
oliv. pinwheolj.
2 Cut pastry into Vk inch
rounds with a cookie cutter or
wine glass Brush tops with
milk and bake 5 minutes at
500 deg F Place a thin piece
of pickled herring on top of
each round, or 2 thin strips of
bottle or funnel Remove from pan
and top with the following:
Pineapple Frosting
2 egg whites
4 tblsp sugar
2 3 cup well drained canned
crushed pineapple
Beat egg whites at room tempera-
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Cfiesed She/ fmess
HoW$ Officer Installation
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Eme.ss
installed officers and board of di-
rectors on Tuesday evening at Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the congregation, was
chairman of the affair.
Mrs. Isreal Goldberg was in-
stalled as president for the fourth
consecutive year. With her were
Mrs. Ar.na Block and Mrs. Rachael
SakowitS, vice presidents; the Mcs-
dames Sarah Stone, treasurer:
Fred Ochs, recording secretary;
Sam Geltner, financial secretary
and publicity chairman.
Board oi directors are the Mes-
damea Anna Grnberg, Gus ie
Hershbein, Sam Okanoff, Pauline
Rappaport, Mary Wengrow, Celia
V.'ilner, Mr. and Mr-. David Singer
and Mr Isadora Schwartz.
fch Branch Nursery School graduates
[to right), bottom row. are Mark Siegal.
gory Lyons, Donald Rogers. David Mur-
ray. Top row are Joel Rubin. Ellen Tavel.
Jan Hirshberg. Mia Weiner, Enid Worth.
Steven Rose, Arleen Spiia. teacher.
iuating class of the Greater Miami Jew-
I Community Center Nursery School is
rn taken at graduation ceremonies
. Town Branch (left to right) are Law-
te Pitts. Elaine Reiter, Janice Shapiro,
Geoffrey Temple, Barbara Schwimmer.
Mrs. Blair Zimmett, teacher, Joanne Pickar,
Paul Kalman, Jane Maigulis, Susan Bialko-
wicz and Judith Brower.
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i
f
gler Granada Center Nursery graduates
I to right) are Daniel Yagoda, Johnny
iman, Mark Seligman, Henry Issenberg,
Mrs. Nathan L. Cohen, teacher. Sherry Ru-
bin, Richard Palant, Jeffrey Marks, Robert
Goodman and Mark Kelman.
Sinai Pledges Advance
Ipaigners for a new, 300-bed
hospital and medical cen-
Mount Sinai Hospital of
^r Miami received approxi-
$90,000 in pledges last
o bring the total to $1,385.-
was announced Wednesday
amuel C. Levenson, who
as the committee's "chair-
|>f the week."
B. Buskin, chairman of the
Mis Development Fund
wdl raise four million dol-
or the new hospital, set $1,-
"*l as the goal for next week's
meeting.
Jntants Pledge Next
portion at Miami
tified Public Accountants at
state Southern conference in
Orleans voted last week to
their 1936 meeting in Mi-
[>nd named a Miamian as pres-
sed new president of the
Urn States Accountants con-
w was R. Warner Ring. Mi
f\ who was the group's vice
ent during the past year.
" Mumians attending the
"^ce in addiuon to Ring
.Mrs- Beth M. Thompaoa.
Bullock. Earl Hendrkhs.
mammons, Barney Bernstein
Bbrt Altemus.
Fathers in Spotlight
At Emanu-EI
Fathers took the spotlight
at Temple Emanu-F.l Sunday mom
ing. when they were feted at a
brunch sponsored by the Temple's
Parent-Teacher Association. The
brunch, an annual event, took
place in the Social Hall, according
to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry He-nick.
chairmen.
Highlight of the morning was
a playlet entitled. "The Tooth
Opera." with music by lira. Theo-
dore F. Arvan and directed by
Mrs. Abo Kaufman Member- of
the cast are the Itaadama Her-
bert Cohen. Milton Keller. Jacob
Glassman, Edgar Greenberg. Jer-
ry Resnick, Arthur Ron, Sam Sha
piro and Herbert Young.
Greetings were extended by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Raphael
Yunes. husband of the president of
the PT.A.
Chairman of hostesses was Mrs
Stanley Schwartz, decorations were
bv Mrs. Joel Newman. Wn-
Saennan Kaplan was in charge
of catering, and Mrs. Edgar Green
berg was ticket chairman.
Pythiam Name Mrs. Moss
Mrs. Sidney Moss has been
elected district deputy grand chief
of District 5. Pythian Sisters. Oth-
ers appointed to office for the com-
ing year are: Mrs. Louise Brooks,
most excellent chief; Mrs. Melvina
Stern, excellent senior; Mrs. Phil-
ip Freed, excellent junior; Mrs.
Harrv Dansky. manager; Mrs.
Louie Pomerantz. secretary; Mrs.
Rae Burke, treasurer; Mrs. J. Pasco
Sweat, protector.
Walder Will Manage
Wisconsin Summer Resort
Alvin Walder. veteran Miami
Beach hotelman. went North Sun-
,l.n to assume the associate gen-
eral managership of Nippersink
Manor in Genoa City, Wis., for the
1953 summer season. He will serve
w,th Sidney S. Shinderman. man-
aging director of the popular re-
tort hotel.
Walder is associated with the
Shinderman Management Corpora-
tion 3903 Alton rd., Miami Beach,
as general operations manager for
the hotel and apartment buildings
under the supervision of the Shin-
iderman company.
He will return to Miami Beach
shortly after the Labor Day week-
end.
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Miami Mayor
Installing Officer
Miami Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aro-
novtti were gucst of honor at Um
first installation of TSION. BBC.
in the Surfeomher hotel on June
13.
Installed officers wore IfykC
Stiebel. president: Sheila \(
baum. YMf vice president; Sfiirley
Kottlemen. second vice president;
Judy Kurtz, recording secrer
Selma Aron, corresponding Men
tary; Rita Kir-chner. treasurer
Shirley Kettlemen. parliamentan
an: Gloria Goodrich, aergeant-at-
arms; Krank Sehussler. historian.
Ifemben of the first Mit Class
installed as tsion were Dunne
Lapin, Harriet I.aske. Barbara Las-
kin. Mona Rosenson. Jacki Rosen-
thai and Kdie Sonunerfeld
Chairman of the installation
committee was Babs Vfnocor.
Members of her committee were
Selma Aron and Gloria Goodrich.
Installation was in the patio of the
adjoining Seacomber hotel
In-tallation marked the second
night of TSION s first annual
house party. Committee chairman
of house parties is Blossom Kilter
nick Selma Aron. Carol Warshaw. '
Judy Kurtz. Sheila Waldbaum are
assisting.
House parties will be chaperon
cd by Un Khoda Horlick
>sc>~-
Community
Center Groups
Perform Here
Dram.i Croup of the Great! f V
ami Jewish Communlt) Center
Beach Branch closed the """
One act pfays at the Center. 1536
' B Q rd Sunday evening.
Program included improvisa-
tion demonstration, a tcene from
"Shubeil Alley written by Mel
Dinnelli, a one act mono drama by
August Strindberg entitled. "The
Stronger," and a dramatic read
Ing ol George Bernard SbaVa
"The Showing I'p of Blanco Pea
net "
i ..-t- included Stephanie
Mannes. Barbara Newman, Billie
Mamche-. Valerie Mache-. Linda i
Aranoff. Robert Aranolt S.inn.i
Molko. Helen Hurwit/ I,
Brummer. Sandra Goldberg. Al-
berta Dee. Meredith Balk. ROM
Kline. Jim West. Rtaanof Denny,
Marie MorewiU, Sheldon Tannen
baum. Lillian Aronson. Arlyne
Sher. James Manfred. Dr. Philip
Glatsteln, Maralyn Glatstein and
Sheldon Frome
Pioneer South Florida Buisinessman
Has Strong Faith In Area's Future
Among the pioneer buaii
mth Florida is National
Brands, Inc. which began in 1925
and i- now celebrating it- 3oth
anniversarj Sailing with a one-
rage as ,i ararehouae, and one
truck, the operation today employs
more than 250 people and serves
southeast Florida from Fort Pierce
to the Keys
The founder and president. Sam
Blank, left a bakery buslni
New York 30 yean ago to build
his future in Florida Today his In-
terests include, under the name of
National Brand-. Inc. an institu
tional wholesale grocery business
and the distribution of Budweiscr
and Michelob beers: under Nation-
al Wines. Inc a bottling plant and
!i-tnbuting busines- under South
ern Beverages. Inc a soft dnnk
bottling plant where the Schwep-
pea line of carbonated beverages i-
produced; under National Bever
- Inc a Pep-i Cola plant
Orlando and a new plant under
construction in Lakeland: and un
der Seaboard Warehouse Term in-
I I large, modern public
srarehou
Blank is well known a- a bus-
inesa executive, philanthropist and
enthusiastic dvic leader Hi- char
itable and public -pint have WOO
lor him local, state and national
recognition Like most capable
executives. Blank -omehow find-
Early in the formation of his
business, Blank wa- joined by Jack
Miller, who is now fir-t vice presi-
dent of the Blank Interests and
ha- assisted In their development.
Miller's two chief activities today
are managing the institutional gre>
eerj business and .supervising a
fleet of over 200 vehicles.
In 1950. Blank's son. Jcrrv, be
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ample time for many diversified fame active in the business and in
interests OUtatde ol hi- bu-me- the traditional American way is
most of them having to do with gradually assuming some of the
1 hn ifftlfn aui r. I .. a L___________1 ---_________I _
the welfare of other people
Among other thing- Blank is a
trustee of the University of Miami
and the Mount Sinai Hospital, trus
tee and past president of the Great
managerial responsibilities of the
widespread and steadily growing
busine--
When asked what he thinks
er Miami Jewish Federation, and l^Z^TJ^Z* l^
director of the National Confer T^S growth MXE ur' '
ence of ( hn-tians and Jews, the ,nc the last id v,.-.r ... X I
Industrial National Bank of Mi ?^hVuTfive *e* ta JS^F*
am,, the National Beer Wholes;,! *, l* "* ft
era A;s= and the Beer Indus- S^W
When a-ked how to manage ,o T^Zj^J3tT "2
accomplish so much, one "f Rrouth of a gBenu.w /rog pubhc
Blanks greatest characteristics interest sritTa steadn^nlresVuM
comes to the fore He say- I have >ear round tourist b, -,I he
been exceedingly fortUte in hav- growth of new buainess and trade
ing an understanding, helpful volume: and c.mmun.tv ?m,,
family and bu.-.ness awK-ia.e- who ,,, ;iri, fact(irs u,rJS
u'YT^' >:f ^ 'ndus,"ou-s progress and atabUitl of the
bin done C "'" ""a W'^ Emulating our p.lns
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Shavian fury is demonstrated by Rose Kline, Shelly Frome
and George Bernard Shaw's "The Showing Up of Blanco
Posnet." given as a dramatic reading with acted highlights
at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center last Sunday
evening at the Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.
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da Delta. .^
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scholarship and has served,'
responding secretary of'
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Obiti
**"M>f*)r*Mn
IS. BESSIE COHEN
|;; nickens ve.. Surfslde.
I>:irh Memorial.
|ULIAM H. PO*TtL
S\V tfilh a\e. June !".. Rlr-
mortal chapel. Miami.
JRAHAM HURWIT*
u sent f">'nn, Mass..
Memorial <'hapel. Miami
|*MUEL KI8HNBH
ATfo o"r.. June 7. Reach
chapel. Miami Beach.
HENRY HAMII
-.il Ave. Surfslde. ncmnlns
in Cl-ve!:ind fnr services
rment by Beach Memorial
PAGE 9 B
HOWARD rtNDRICH
)UIS E. SU8SMAN
I,ennx ave., Miami Reach,
Ti A men's wear salesman.
here 14 year* ago from
His wife. Stella, And a
Mra. J'llia Lewis, of Rrook-
|lve. The body was Bent to
. it v fof servlcea and bur-
Iverelde Funeral Home of
ir.i h.
JOSEPH KES8ER
)1 HW nth st.. died June I,
There 17 years ago from New
waa a member of the Trail
nt Association and the
of Pythl Lodge. He Is
Ibv his wife Auarusta: two
(wild and Alan, and a daunh-
Klll"t Rosen, all of Miami.
Malvina K. Mailt and a
,lnna\ New York Rnrlal
I Cemetery, with Rab-
.,!, officiating.
LOUIS HONIC
If Ocean dr.. Miami Reach.
New York"";* *fe P**"* *A
Jew York,, two brothers and a sister
fSSST rk"i hel" ,M i;'"...... Miami
Jjanel. with burial In Mt. Sinai ,-,...:
VICTOR LUBLINER
'ID' S! F-% 52 '2 ."..,'' ,l" "rv'ved by two sons. George
4 eIV".*' i!"? da"K,"-r. Mra. Hdna
Steuer Private servlr.-. ,.,,. ,,, m,
ami RtoanMt Memorial Chapel.
MRS. IDA MURFKAN
72. of T*t6 Byron ave., Surfslde. May
2. Ciordon. Miami Baach.
BENJAMIN ERLICH
67. of s.ll Meridian ave, May ;:i niv.
erslde, Miami Beach
BARNEY BLOOM
10, of |51 NK Itod M passed awav
eaj In > local hospital. Bcrvicci
were held at Miami Riverside Inter-
ment was in Mt. Sinai Cemetery
ish
William, Bay-
shore I I v- v ,. """"'il, tiay-
d i'"*;vi,'"'"(. East Mea-
*>. LI., and Harry, Morrla Main,
'< of lie, Nonnandv rlr Miami
mired clotlTln, tJEEX,
for elik, lH W:,s ""i'l'-nl here
wife < i^'"'"", S'Vvlw, are his
wife, now, brother and two alo-
i- Service; w,.r,. nH(| ; River -
she Memorial Chapel. Miami Reach
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
II MR?LENA "ABEL GLAS8ER
M. Of BO. 44th st.. Miami lieaeh, a
resident here for alx year., died Mav
,": ''aves son. Norman, and
>.!'" '"<''""> sli
r.,n, Miami lieaeh Servl.es were
%EJ*B25Tti' M,"""ri" <*
Beach Barber Donates $1,000
A 60 yeaisold Miami Beach bar-
ber this week turned philanthrop-
ist by pledging $1,000 toward the
construction of a new 300-bed gen-
eral hospital and medical center by
Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami
Beach.
The fund raising campaign for
the four million dollar structure is
still in the initial gifts stage, with
donors pledging in the $25,000 to
$250,000 bracket, but barber Wil-
liam Stern told hospital president
Max Orovitz that he does not want
to wait until the general campaign
i h Memorial Chapel,
HI Sinai Cemetery.
BERNARD KAHN
) \v Jtth St., Hlaleah, who
Miami I years ago from
tk City, died June X Sur-
^ wife. I'oils: his mother.
, So Ick. sister. It. Ill
,.f .Miami, and a grand-
were held In Itlvei -
I wilh burial in
''. meteo
*S. ANNE BRENNAN
iCO Ocean dr.. died June .
Innaii came here l-' years ago
t' she i- survived by bei
Edward s. rvl.-cs Were held
-el, Reach Chapel. Burial
It. Sebo Cemetery.
MAX FELDMAN
[ .rieda ave
Coral
JULIUS GOLDMAN
W, of 168 w 8th st., Hlaleah. patted
away May M at bis residence. Bur-
\lv.d by bis wife. Mae, anil !.. -,,-.
.lai ..I. ami llytmin s.tm, ,.,,. ti.-l.l .
"... "M'."'"'.''.'.'"'''."."''. Iier- I W.,rld \V.,r I veteran. Survivors |n-
URhter, Mrs.
a son, Saul,
JULIUS GOLDMAN
';? ,."',' W. tth l.. Hlaleah, died
. A retired real estate man.
he moved here 10 years ago from New
lork ( lly. Survivors Include his wife.
Mae: and two sons, Jacob and Hyman
QoMman. Services were held in Mi-
ami Riverside Memorial Chapel, with
burial in star of David Cemetery.
ABRAHAM COHEN
, pi -lift SW 10th St.. who owned two
Utslcaba as member of the Diamond
I IB Association, died May 30. He
hail moved here seven years ago from
N.w Vurk. belonged to the Knights
of Pythias of Miami Beach and the
Israelite renter of .Miami, il.. was
.....' "" nnersme. inter- I Wori War veteran, S
' 'v.lirand'ls ;urvw;d '"", *M '" **"* 0......fry. Iclud. hi. we. Ka, a da
w,f. R..... Services were MICHAEL A. COHEN Ba'y^Mj 1M*' ^
Va.h Memorial Chapel, wllh -ft ,,-- -.,..,......._.......I'l^J___ -\ '------
to Mount Sinai
to make his gift.
The barber, who has his own
shop at 231 14th st., and who has
been barbering in Miami Beach
for the past 17 years, has had a
first-hand view of the operation of
Mount Sinai during the past seven
years.
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1450 an Your Dial
a ,v June 10 In a local '.,,, h.,|PC|:
Survived by his son. Iler-
daughter. Mrs. Mildred Mlli-
r, Morris. Services
kid nt Miami Riverside. In-
* in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
i". of U7 Garland are Miami Beach, /
who came here n veari ago from ai- .
lanta. iia.. died June ::. Burvlvlna are
his wife. Bather; ,, son, Joel, Miami,
a brother, David, Miami, and his
mother. Mrs Sarah Cohen, New fork.
Services were held with burial In
Tempi.- Israel >.-. lion ol Qrai eland
Memorial Park.
WULF C. SEGAL
M, of 1310 .".'in, si Miami Baach,
a retired textile manufacturer, died
June i sin vlved bj his wife. Bi kle;
four sons, Nathaniel ami Carl, Miami
Beach, and Dr. iharle.- ami Se\in..ur
,.f N.w York, ami a daughter, Mra,
FVancei Robblna, Miami Beach Berv-
ii were held In H.....l erside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach,
in chariie of I. :em.nis.
LOUIS A. ROSS
so, of K4I sw 2ist st., Gordon's Ml-
burial in mi Ni bo
Cenietei >
MUEL KASMINOFF
k' Miami Beach. June
ion's Miami Reach Funeral
| EDWARD WEXLER
11 HW llth st.. passed away
were held in Qor-
llami Chapel, with burial In
hi Park Mr. W'exler came
ago from Fall River,
le was a wholesale fountain
-\e. itive. He leaves
| lie: two dauahters, Hel-
Renee, Miami, and his moth-
Fannie Waxier, Boston.
ALRICL KUNSTLER
Uton r.l Miami Beach.
Riverside Miami Beach.
)R. JULIUS WALOER
..llins ave.. June 10. Rlv-
i beach.
DAVID SONTAO
tied a shoe store here for
? died Satiirdav. He came from
I nd lived at ITS! SW lth ave.
I rival here in ItfS, Mr,
il Laa/i Shoe Store In
i Mi imi Later the name
to the 'llobe Shoe Store.
' i bis wife. Rose: a son.
IfJaml; two dauKhters, Mra.
I| ;- .mil Mrs. Ben H. Myers.
Miami; a brother, a sister and
^Children Services were held
mi's Miami Chapel, with bur-
Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
MORRIS ESTRIN
1131 lai.llil ave.. Miami Beach,
KM I A retired candy store
Mr. Estrin came here 15
10. Services were held m*Rlv-
Mlanil Beach Chapel, with bur-
Mt. Nebo Cannery. Surviving
l lailtera, Mrs. Miriam Bal.
a, and Mrs. Ann Uevln.
ik.
DAVID GREENBERG
17. of 11S70 N\V lmh ave., died June
?, Survivors Include his wife, Oer-
iiuil. two sons. Samuel and Stanley
Qreenot h brother. r.enlamin. of
Cle\'rlaN Services' were held In the Miami chap-
el of Hordon's Funeral Home. Bur-
ial win b in Mt. Blnal Cemetery.
JOSEPH C. GARFIELD
"6. of 271);; Jackson st., Hollywood, dkM
June J in a Hollywood hospital. A
retired dress designer, Mr QarfieM
had lived In llollyw.....I five years,
comlnK from Cleveland lie anu a
member of Temple Sinai and B'nal
B'rlth. itabbi Davbi Shapiro conduct-
ad eervlcea, followed by burial In Ml
Sinai Cemetery.
MISS SHEILA EVELYN MORRIS
is. of Til NW 14th si pasaed awas
Mav 31. S.r\. were held in QoT-
doii's Miami Funeral Home, with en-
tombment In Woodlawn Mausoleum,
Mis- Morris came here II years ago
from Chicago. Bhe attended Llndses
Hopkins Vocational HlKh School and
planned a medical career, surviving
me he. mother. Mra, Leoora Moms
and a sister, Sandra llaon, both of
Miami, and her maternal grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Uralnlvk. Mi-
ami Beau ii
8AMUEL KISHNER
56, n well-known builder in Miami
Beach, New Tork and Las Vegas, died
June 4 In the Nevada city. Mr. Klah-
ner. of 250 B. Rivo Alto dr.. had lived
in Miami item h 10 years Burvlvlni
York
Memorial Chapel.
ABRAHAM WEIN8TEIN
'inter \ lsltr here for 20 years.
in a hospital. Mr. Weln-
ho lived at 1552 Euclid ave..
tieach, was vice president of
1 Iron and supply Co., Chl-
LH leaves his wrfe. Bertha.
and burial were held In Chl-
"lh Riverside Memorial Chap-
Iml lieaeh. In charge locally.
ALBERT MARKOWITZ
' Mais.ille Hi., Miami Beach.
>">* 'i. tlord..n's Miami Beach
Home was in charge of local
''- Mr. Mai Wowiis came
r jears ago from New York
"" aa a restaurant owner.
"I l>) a stepson, Nell, a
Merman, and two sisters.
' Bessie, of New York state.
BENJAMIN HODES
Jefferson are.,' Miami
"" : Uordon'a Miami
ill ai',*'.. H""'f waa In charge
'- He came here three
" Brooklyn. A himkhind-
| sunn,,I b) two aona and two
"II of Bi.s.wiyn.
DR. WILLIAM WOLFSON
passed away In New York '".raxeMde
s7rvi.es In WoodMwg PW* Maj ->
MRS. ROSE BROWNSTEIN
351 SW 22nd id Who I
.111 years at!" from
s> racuse.
N Y..
ve irs aao from .-...,.. ^*.
K K Brownstein. and a BTU0^Uh-
er. Miss Jackie Brownstelii. Mia
SerVlcee were held In Traces Chapel,
with burial m Mi. smai Cemetery.
MAX SINGER
73, of 7310 I-ark View Island. Ma) H,
Riverside. Miami Beach.
ANNA WARSHAW
:,:,. 71ll.a^d7s.,s..c,,i,,ilablcv. May
Ji) Oordoaa, Miami Uea.b.
HYMAN A. NOVICK
daughters. Mrs Miriam
Mrs Lillian Brean.r, both ol
York, and a brother^
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PAGE 10 B
Beach Civic League
To Install Sunday
Julius Jay Perlmutter will l>e
installed Sunday. June 19. as pres-
ident of the Civic League of 111
ami Beach. He succeeds Irving ("v-
pen. who continues on the board
of directors.
Other officers to he installed are
Allen Goldberg, first vice presi
dent; Harry B Smith, second vice
president; Michael Salmon, secre-
tary; and Murray Sheldon, treas-
urer.
Highlight of the annual ban-
quet, expected to draw inan\ civic.
county and state officials among
some 300 persons, is the naming
I t the 1954 "Outstanding Citizen of
the Year," with Jack Ron heading
the committee to determine the
successor to civic leader P. J.
Davis, who won the award for hli
efforts in 1953 Cypen will he fet-
ed for the work he did during his
administration, which has been
characteried by his colleagues as
tops in the 20 year histOT) of the
League."
Perlmutter i- | Miami Beach
realtor currently attending the
Universit) oi Miami, where he is
taking a law degree. He has been
associated with numerous civic
groups on Miami Beach and was
first vice president of the Civic
League last year.
Some two do/en persons have
been nominated t<> the committee.
The winner will be chosen for his
,r her contributions to the civic
improvement of the community,"
ROSS stated "Such contributions
must be above and beyond the nor
mal c. II of good citizenship "
Author Herman Wouk Lauds
'Great Religious Spirit'
TEL Aviv ra. N S Israel's
'greal religious spirit" was cited
here b) Herman Wouk. prue win-
ning author of "Hie Came Hut
ny." as one of the prime factors
which impressed him during an in .
tensive sevetal week long inspec- '
tion of Israel Air Wouk. who ad-
dressed a record-setting audience I
of more than 3 000 persons in the
ZOA-Daniel Priscfa House Concert
Garden, also paid tribute to la>
reel's pioneering spirit and the
.igor of her youthful citizens
Abraham Gittelson
GitteSson Given
Seminary Degree
Abraham Jacob Gittelson, of Mi-
arm Beach, son of Mr and Mrs Wil-
liam Gittelson Bronx, N V receiv-
ed I Master of Religious Education
and a Bachelor of Divinity degree
from the Teachers Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at its 61st annual com
mencement exercises. Sunday.
Gittelson received a Bachelor
of Social Science degree from the
City College of New York in 1949
and a Master of Arts in Education
from Hunter College in 1952
While studying at the Seminary-
he taught at the Jewish Center of
I niversit] Heights )n the Bronx
He is principal of the North
Shore Jewish Center in Miami
Beach
Triple Installation
At Israelite Center
Charles ndabnan ami Installed
pre-nlent of the Israelite (enter a
loinl installation ceremonies last
w k in the Center Spiritual lend-
er Rabtn Morton MfettwhJ was if)
. officer, >" Ni- Bo <
Kutun acting as ch.iirm.ni of Mi
affair
Other Officers installed include
Albert Weinberg, Max Parneaa and
I eon Kutun, t tee presidents; -'a
cob Schiff, financial secretary;
Pearl, treasurer. Mr- Ben
Sirkus, recording secretary; ^'r~
Milberg, coirsnmoadlii
retary
Morris Aron and Jacob Blumen-
sohn sergennts-at-anns; Irving
Siierhng. parliamentarian. David
Guttenmacher, Lewis r-uncrantz
and Isidore Viahkoff, auditors; and
j Glnensk] gabbai.
Assuming office as president of
Sisterh tod was Mrs Jack Schwartz,
others were the Mesdames Sylvia
Ciolin. Leon Kutun and Shirley
DiCtUOn, vice presidents; (ieorge
Graham, financial secretary: Lil-
lian Becker, recording secretary;
Sol Koenigsberg. corresponding
secretary; Jacob Kalk and Charles
Ovetsky, sergeant at arms; and
Cells Malavsky, chaplain.
Bikur Cholim president is Mrs.
Marion Kronenberg Others named
were the Mesdames Elsie Eisner,
vice president; Nathan Shcnkin.
financial secretary: Sam Liberman.
corresponding secretary; and Ja-
cob Gorman, treasurer.
* J A A
tiattii W
v^5lj TgVtil'Mk -
ttMimr

Participating in a "Golden Strip Holiday a
activities lor motel guests sponsored by various^
along with Wolbe Cohen's Rascal House ar (U
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Seaman, of the Ocean Palm
McKnight. Mr. and Mrs. George Feldrnan hmns.
and Louise MUler. Site is the Bull Pen Lounqe wkL
this week revealed will be open gratis to all Tewk?
in need of a meeting room.
Harvard Club Reelects
Slate of Officers
James J. Carney. Jr., Professor
of Economies and chairman of the
Finance Department at the L'ni
versity of Miami, has been re-
| elect-1 president of
Club of Miami.
Other officers. !
are Meyer A. Baton,
srd. Jr and George B.
vice presidents, and Fieri, j
secretary treasurer.
Named to Succeed Serf
Sidney Kfroiwn, Miami attor-
ney, was named to succeed him-
self as chairman of the Oreater Mi-
ami B'nai Brith youth committee,
sponsor of 23 teen age and young
adult chapters consisting of over
800 members Efronson. who was
Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
recently elected president of the
has been active in youth work for
several years.
N
SPfVO rOUl SUMMH VACATION IN TMf BlVl RIDGE MOUNTAINS
OSCEOLA LAKE INN
Friedson to Head Coral
Gables Zionist District
Max Friedson has been elected
president of the Coral Gables Zion-
ist District.
Others named at a recent meet-
ing include Abe M. Hurwitz. Dr.
A. Kitzen. Morey A. Raymon and
Harold E. Simon, vice presidents.
Mrs Morris Simon, recording
secretary". Mrs. Sidney Sanders,
corresponding secretary; Meyer
Fine, financial secretary: and
Manuel C. Barkin. treasurer
DUNCRAGGAN INN T;Tk
Werld Famous Cwii Season May Mtk n (
American Plan Beginning at $60.00 a Wat
COUNSELOR FOR CHILDREN
New Recreation Building Orchestra ati
Writs far Free Baakltt Tear Hosts, Blanche cj Si(
la Iki Mmlrlii HENDERSOW/UF. N.C.
HENDtRSONVILlE. NORTH CAROLINA
Ju
Seasan June 1st ta October 1st Reasonable Rates
a Now Dance and Recreotion Hall
a Swimming Paol and Children's Woding Paol
a Jewish American Cuisine 3 Meals Daily
a All Rooms with Shower ar lath
a Shvffleboard Ping Pong, Handball. Rowing. Fishing, Golf, Horseback
Riding. Wienie Roasts, etc.
CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSONVIUE, N.C PHONE 9156
Tutoring
Available
CAMP CHERRY10G
FOR BOYS
It's high in the mountains an tin
aid hunting grounds at the Chero-
kee Indians. All the usual snarls
alal mountain climbing, Indian
arrow hand hants, trips ta Civil
and Indian war battlefields. Only
S225.00 far weeks.
Phone HI 8-7586
fa/ references ta local natrons
VjlV-uiLrU LT Tbs Sloth's Oo.stis.lM
Establishes 1*30
The Santa's Oatstinalei
Jswlsh Cassi lor Boys t brli ~~
HENDERSONVILLE,
FINEaT PHVUAL FACILITIES
HICHCaT STAFF QUALITIES
For Information and Free
Brochurt Call
Mra. Anno Oroooman, HI 820
Mn. Jean Arnold. Owner. JE 8-1359;
Dorothea Dublor, J MO:
Zelia Waronaw. 2-2163
all in Miam. ___
o HOAIUUII
WITH
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Sum id woe I
1'ialMS.
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BOATING ON OXFORD'S OWN 31 FT.
CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER
i SWIMMING POOt FISHING
FOUR ACRES Of PUTGtOUNO AREA
All AGES BOYS A GIRLS
DAY CAMPERS
SIEEP-IN CAMPERS
Umltad Registration
JR R-W71 JR a-iOSI
OXFORD
ON TNI BAY
1M4 Waat Aw... MM
Al lia AW ^
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SEBR1NG F10RI0A
"IB the Poconos el Florida"
Only 2'2 Nrs. from Miami
AGAIN FtORIOA'S OUTSTANDING
Jewish camp roe tors a g/rij
With complete camping program
Philip S. Ch.ll.n
with 25 yeart of Jewteh Education
A Camp Experience. Camp Director
Capable, Mature Staff
Phone PI 8-7894
LIMITED ENROLLMENT
NORMANDY MUSIC
& ART CAMP
A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING
Greop activities incWdina, rxbastra, band, dram terns,
chorus and piano, Slssatka| assst dramatics
All terms t pawling, sculpture and crafts
FULL ATHLETIC PROGRAM
With swimming activities centered at the North Shan 041
Swimming Paol
Highly skilled professional staff
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Remedial Reading nnd High School Sabjects
ie-achfa aajaast
NORMANDY
Far Infer-alias faf
UN 6-6111
1021 RIARRITZ DRIVE MIAMI lEACN, rlM"
A>a*eved Member Private Scbao/s Assacarma < a-V CsaSlj
A Complete Athletic, Esthetic
Cultural Program
for
Boys and Girls
6 to 16
CAMP PINEWOOD
HENDERSONVILLE, N^
WE ENTRAIN FOR CAMP JUNE 24th
hearly one hundred families have enrolled their children to ** *J
have endorsed the quality at Camp Pinewood's staH, program eei I
Hies. Jake immediate advantage of oar limited openingi m all age P**
DIRECTORS AWJCIATE DIRECTORS WATERFROST Jrf
D, asM Mr. Donald MkWWtm Mtllon FemnU.n. BS.. MA.
Miami, l'h..ne H44M ,'oach of M. Ibort Hl.h SrtKK.t
M^'m,4.1 I, E'' L Mtl"'r ***" H.yd
Mhsrol tsea.h litaiie JK LSTts
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Tale


JY. JUNE 17, 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
-Jenlstifhrldnan
hCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
f-B l HEREBY OIVE.V that
rslgned, desiring to nuaee In
under the fictitious name of
;i ,\. ll r.TIO N.W. r.Olh Street. In-
ltt>-r said name with the
f- Hi.- <"lrrult Court of Dad*

t ^IKRBHON Ft
f, I -in.17
rTRNHTEIN
Jtice BY PUBLICATION
> hereby Riven that
. \ CAROL ZIPPER, and
RKY FANNIE SPRING
. r connected with
. Til.II' TREE FARM
In not he reeiranatble for any
acted on or ufter May I at,
:i
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
,D FOR DADE COUNTY,
)A. IN PROBATE. No. 35494-B
ESTATE OF
MoSKIN. Deceased
3TICE TO CREDITORS
editor* and All Person* M.iv-
or Demands Against Said
MB of you are hereby
and required to present any
and demand* which you, or
l you, may have agulnut the
LENA MosKIN. deceased
t>nde County, Florida, to the
. County .luilRes of Hade
! flip the .ii i in- In thru
in the County Courthouse in
inly. Klorida. within elRht
. <>nlha from the date of the
;. ation hereof. Kaid claims
di to contain the legal ad-
tha claimant and |<> be
and presented as aforeaald.
.. I be hurred. SVe BaCtlon
. m.". l'robate Act.
Til. A.I). 1
,-iilRI.EY HASH
\.. liti-Ix of the I.aat Will
I cStailiellt Of
, \ MOSKIN, dc. e.-med
iROB .1 AI.PoiM
utnr of ill.- Last Will
.nrt Teetament of
\\ MuSKIN, deceased
\LlloI.M
j fi.i Kxei utora of
Lena Moaktlt
Koad, Miami Baai k, Fla,
7/1
rice
i
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
..I. dealrlng to engaRe In
iln flctfuoui name of
I WAYSIDE INN. 2191
Miami, Int.'mlM to reg-
nil id.- CJei s "i the
of 1 ladi 'onnts. Floi Ida.
i m'k BELL, l Iwner
.'. i;.\i:s
\|lii'.iiit
I Si
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
0 OADE COUNTY, FLOR
IN CMfcNCERY. No. 180469
li. Hv\ ei.er REYES,
Plaintiff,
Js MoRAUES reyes.
Defendant.
tce by Publication
morales reyes
glicA.l -I1 A
Juares
d. r.
. 4RR HEREBY NOTIFIED
I' ..lint for Divorce has heen
% .-' you, and you are requlr-
' a ropy of your answer or
I Complaint on I 'lain -
jti. rnev, HENRY M CAIN.
p^- Plagler Street. Miami.
k the orlalnal Answer or
be m (he office of the Clerk
1 111 Court on or before the
> i ilj. IK*. If you fall to
. n. nt by default will be
[ isl you for the relief de-
ft i Id i 'omplaint.
IK AMI ORDERED at Miami.
13th day of June. 1IS6.
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
I. rk, circuit Court
i M I, KNERDEN
Deputy Clerk
|Y \1. CAIN
Plaintiff
r'lagler St.. Miami. Florida
I i-s
OTICE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
ITHE NAME AND BY THE
TITHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
-L Tn HlliiM THERE PRE8-
SUM.I. COME, ORKETINOS
fcll I. ROSEN,
, Ml \.\ll IJEACH, Fl.oRIDA
MN II KOCT.
I MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
ll'Hv LEHMAN.
MIAMI I1KACH. PI.iiRIDA
Ti day of May. AD IIM,
inciiiiioiiit.d under the
Chapter "*. Florida
I'KA P< 1ST Or CORAL
. ii en purat Ion. with
Woi-al place of ImikIii.-m. at Mi
'id.- County, in the State
mil where.ii in,, jiroper
corporation did on
F"th da* of jtin.-. ai> IMS
I in the office ,,r the
I "i State of the Stale of
authenticated reeolu-
| bj the stockholders un-
ion* of said Chapter
Statutea, showing the
i h i orporatlon
the s.-, i atari ol
ertlfj to the 'ore-
' lie i- latfaflod ihat the
of i,i nave i.n com
'' itNi'ss WHEREOF, :
eunto -.1 mj hand
'. affixed the Oreal
Ike Mate of Florida,
iii.i .. the Capital,
" Tenth day of June.
OKAY.
. Secretary of State.
r E X"P** FICTITIOUS
ri.r ,NAME LAW
li.. "EREIIY UIVKN lhal
V ,, "J"'"' ''-'""* Kri. r. '"' 'tctltloua name of
-,',J.V-M -.Siiiiman HOTEL, at
taw .' "'"'"'da. intenda to reg-
our' of l.|. County. Horlda.
Id B.M
PAGE 11 B
NOT'Ce nam!" fict,t,us
gereinu,t <.r. of l,. J^,,'-
6/10-17-21 ?*f**R THOkiAS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
N"TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undesigned, desli ing to e g ,ee I,
v;i!.n,;-v,'-"",rr ,n- --titi....s"':
,,vv-v'-;NT DAN-NA AM. PETER
-. r^ vuS,:'-,:,"r TOMATO Co"
it .i, n \\. nM Btrecti Miami i
ileik of the Circuit Court ol Dart.
t ounty. Florida "
KURT WKu;,'scHANVV "-""'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE is HEREBY'OIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
S*M under the flcijtlou. name ,f
. ^\.,T'.,HV::-''-*,.s""1' TRAVEL
Vi Ah .' i;" E l"' *v- Hle'eah,
int. nits to register sai.l name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Eioriiiu.
6/io.,7-,i;ai;'vu:a '" EDWAR
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
IlJ'.-i-T.Ti-o'v *''.,,h" '"-'i'i""* name of
a',v, 'J ;>, !!( rl'AI: OISTRIBU-
1I.M. BERVK :. .,, !C,', v m, .,,,, A%...
nue. Miami. Hit Intends to reglatei
said name with the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Floi Ida
BOCTHERN POLPRIt
DIBTRIBCTING COMPANY INC
A I loi Ida cm poral Ion
PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorney! for Applicant*
,"1 Congreai I'.ldg.
I/S-10 17-JI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the mill. : tigned, deali inn t.. eng:
bualneaa under the flrtltiou) nan.....f
THE HOl'THERN COMPANY
N M..... \\.-i ii-. Ml iml li' Intenda
to red said name Ith the Clerj
of the Circuit Court of Bade County.
Klorida.
SOl'THERN POLDER
DISTRIBUTING CfiMPANY. INC
A Floi Ida i'"' :">i tIon
PALLOT. SILVER \ Ml'LL 'V
At torli.v | f.c Applll .' nt>
7"1 Congn s Bldgr.
\i-u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER Kin RIVEN ili.it
the undei Igoed, d.-.-iiins t.. engage In
undi the fli*tltli>Ua name of
HNAL ihstp.ii:ctiii:s. at tl
N Miami Avenue, Miami, rTa In-
tenda to reclatei Raid name with the
Clerk of iii- Circuit Court oi Dade
County, Plo
SOl'THERN FOLDER
DlbTRlBl'TINU COMPANY. INC.
A I lo Ida 'orporatlon
PALLOT, SILVER A Ml LLOY
Attorneya for Anpllcanta
101 i 'oncregi IH.Ik
6/1-10-17 Jt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage tn
business under the flctltloua nai......f
SArARI CBEATION8, at IS07 C'.n-
greas Builillng. Intends to register Mild
ii mi.- with the Clerk of ill" Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BAFARl. INC
By: riciiarh PICK. President
ZDENA PICK. Secretary
KI'RT WKI.I.ISCII. Alt..in.-.
Mil Conercss Ruilding. Miami. I'la.
Ijtl S/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlln; to engage III
business under the flcultloBi nun. pi
KRIENDLY EROBT C8ED APPLI-
ANCES, at KM N.W Till Avenue, In-
tend! to register said name prltk the
Clerk of the circuit Conn ol Dao
County, Hoiiiia .....
FRIENDLY FROST
TV. SERVICE. Inc.
mac mi:i:.mi:i.
Attorne) i"i Applicant
111 Alnaley Bldg
I 10-17-24 7'1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the niiiiei~itii.il. dealrlng to engage In
buslne." Undl l I"' Hftl loja name of
POST BRI'NCH AND SODA, al 150
(lli.llda AM-nue. dial Gables. Honda.
intend to regliter nld name wlttithe
Clerk or the Cln ull I o iii < B
County. Iloi Ida
,ii iKKPIl Ft |' IEL
MYRA FOOEL
5/17 S/J-in-17 ^________.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 179981
DOROTHY UILM IN, Plaintiff
IRVINO itll.M IN. I of. i.ii.i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO IRVING 'in M \.\
In SI
You. IRVlNG 'ill.M VN
..! thai a BUI '
Divorce ha, beer. I ed
;,->; ru,:.r,,,,.;^.n;;
SlVorn'
I" >"' '""" fTi,for4Tlh 0O. day
cull Court "ii or bi for* ini '
'",.::;;,:;.',':. ;'.,:,v,"r"Si;;!*
Florida, tin- *h "' M5'
R. I.KATHKUMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
^'wm^wst^'mng.
.circuit Court Seal) D!
I/I-II-17-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
!NDVF^V.Ur?'C,AL "-cJ.tT"n
7n* FPR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
BAMi? 1CH1A,NCEHY' N "mi
ki ,1 Tv ;u*> TX"W "'d lillie
KOLTN0W. hit wife, Malntlffa,
NELLIE BAKU, n widow; gagj.,
To: NOTICfTOAr^ir""'
"' baker' t "A.KK" an" ANN"':
KMt, his wife,
,.., .V.'v.1:',",'- New York
1 > ANNIE BAKER, a widow
... J'r''cpnrt. New York
i>> CATHERINE BSTEL1 K
ROBERTS', a widow
,., !tW '-'k'- s,w York
"> '-MA HINER. a widow
,-, .. I-''1"" '"allfornla
im-12 }.CONNOR, i. widow
Ct.i.i 1'aclflc Avenue. San
,*> n?n"'>. California
'6) All unknown heira. devisees
granteea, eaalgneea, lleaors, cred-
Itora, trustees or other partial
claiming by. through, under or
against WII.UAM M. BAKER,
......Mad: OLIVER P. HAKF.lt,
Deceaaed; BENJAMIN A. BAK-
r;.^..,J.R; "eceaaed: HATTIK
i,.... ''eaxed, also known aa
HARRIET II.MA BAKER. De-
ceaaed: BENJAMIN BAKER. SR.,
Deceased: LEMUEL BAKER. I>e-
ceased: MARY E SWVYKR
!!AK!":!!' Deeeaaed: and CARL
_ MAKER, Deceased.
(i) And If any of the above named
defendants be dead, the unknown
Heira, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees. Ilenora, truateea, creditors and
other partial claiming by, through,
under or against the above named
defendants.
IS) The unknown spouses of any of
the above named Defendants.
19) And all parties, known or un-
known, having or claiming to have
any right, title .,r interest In and
to the following described prop-
erty, situate, lying and being in
i lade "ounty, Florida, to it:
Lot :'s of SAWYER AND mm.
KI'.TS ADDITION, according to
the rial thereof, recorded n pial
Book ::. at Page L'7 of the public
Records of Dade County. Florida.
>nl" AND EACH tip YOi; are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
to Quiet Title to the above described
real propertj hai been filed against
you, and you are renulred t"
copy of your Answer or Pleading
Kill of Complain) on the Plain-
tiffs' attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOP,
SOI Olympia Building, Miami 3:', nr-
nd fib- the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
L'nih da) of June. lie. if you fail to
I" so, judgn .iii b) default will be
taken igalnsl you for the relief de-
in nded in the Pill of Complaint
T*his notice shall be published once
each week for foui mi consecutive
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IH>NE AND ORDERED al M......I.
.. tins 19th day of May, A D,

i: I! LEATHERMAN,
k, Clrc in Curt
Dade County, FVm Ida
By -MAN COCRNOYER.
fClrculi Court Seall Deputy Clerk
GEt IRGE CHERTKOP
for Plaintiffs
(07 Olympia Building, Miami 3'-'. I'la.
. 17 I 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
BLIZZARD KAN COMPANY, at :'2
B.W. 5th St.. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn of Dade County, Florida.
M A. KLAB8, uwiier
;,':: 6/3-in-i7
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REP'S CLOTHING STORE, at 179:'7
South Federal Highway, intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Florida.
JL'I.ES ARON
EDWARD A RONS
Attorney for Applicant
;. 17 K ::-l(i-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
le,.,IL LW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
,. .,- i.. ...a aeai'lii1' to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i ......, ... .i ,.i. \ i i.i.r.. iit Seville
Hotel, Miami Beach, intend- to regl"
!., said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida
FORTY-SEVENTH STREET
DEVEI.i IPMENT O >RP.
a PI.....la Corporation
BURNETT ROTH
Attorne) for Applicant
4jii Lincoln Rib
6 10-17-21 I____________
NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I ..... .a i......- Die fi.-iltioiis name of
GLOBE ARTISTS AGENCY, at 37d)
,. i........ intends w reglatej
with the Clerk oftfce Circuit
'"" "f "....... ......tfcMACK
MITCHELL M QOLDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
141 s.-.bi,Id llldg.
lo-r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KUTICE IS HEREBY 0I\ EN lhal
,i,;. it ;n- '"-'-'' S
&W 7th Avenue, North Miami. In-
j,, V to register said aame "JM>the
''"'i"1>' 00rHARRY WEI8EB
IKNN1E WEI8ER
HI RHRRT EISER
SADLER TL'NICK
Attorney! for Applicant!
i ii '
:" n________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTK'E ,Nfe^OIVEN Cat
ii, ti. eisiKned. desiring to engage In
S Rii^S!
Sf&Sgaa&i"6
VliH.ET HILTON
HI'NI'.Y M CAIN
Au-no [orAppUcant
Hiigler St.
S/I0-17-M /L
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._. NAME LAW
.NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
V;,"',1.':.'^,.'""1"1' tn0 "ctitloua name ot
Ml. RRA. HOMES, at r,960 LaOorce
Drive. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
regtyter said name with the Clerk
.!.','.'. cl?eu'1 Court of Dade Cunc .
:.vMorR B. uKf B,-M
Attorney for Murray Homes
60.-. Lincoln Road. Miami Peach, Fla.
a/-'7 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tlu- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Ot
TIMETABLE DISTRIBUTORS, at
|-|| ft. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla
intends to register said name with the
< lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
( ounty, Florida.
NOITHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC.
\ I'lorida Corporatloa
PALLOT, SILVER & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
7(11 Congress Bldg.
6/;i-10-l7-_'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS SERV-
ICES, at IH N. Miami Avenue, Miami,
Fla.. intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dad.* County, Florida
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC,
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER & ML'LLOY
Attorney! for Applicants
701 Congress Bldg.
1/1-10-17-24
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engine in
business under the fictitious name of
HOTEL FOLDER DISTRIBUTORS
at '-'ii N Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla..
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
.--i n Tlll.lt.s Fl il.l i|-:it
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC.
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorneyi for Applicants
itil Congress Bldg.
I'. 1-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TRANS Pi iRT \Tli i.\ ADVERTISING
SERVICES, in III N. Miami Avenue,
Fla Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC.
A I i.....la Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorney! fof Applicants
7ol Congress Bldg.
; '3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, dwiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious mime of
ATTRACTION AND RESORT FOLD-
ER DISTRIBUTORS, at III N M ami
Avenue. Miami, Ha., Intend! to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOl'THERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
I'M.LOT. SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicant!
701 CongreaS Bldg.
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
MODEL POLDER D1STRIBUTINO
SERVICE, at 926 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Fla.. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida,
SOUTHERN POLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER .- Ml'LLOY
Attorneyi for Applicant!
7"1 i 'nngre.is Bldg.
g/3-10-17 LI __________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 180149
EDNA RUBIN, Plaintiff
vs.
SAMUEL K RUBIN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL K. RUBIN
P.1 EaSl li-H'1 Street
Nan Yoik. NY.
You are be>.h\ notified tgfA a" om-
plaint lor DBorc has Ifeen filed
against von. anil you are tieretn re-
nulred to serve a-pi of voui An
swer to the Oomngt for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the lerk
of the circuit Court, on or before the
I das < July, l65, otherwise the
allegations of said Complaint for Di-
vorce Will be taken as confessed
aaalnsl you.
"'"" *fc*41fc*THSBki!8fc
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
H R. II. RICE, -IR.
(HEAL) I ">' ,'l'T'k
i ,i,i iNOFT. WALLER
,v GKEENBERG
attorneys for Plaintiff
Bj Oeorgi J Tallanoff
120 l.in.olM Road. Miami Bl h, 1 I
6 S-10-17 -i______________________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN ADVERTISING SERV-
ICES, at 93* N. Miami Avenue. Mi-
ami, Fla, Intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of Em circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida,
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT. SILVER A.- ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
701 Connress Bldg.
1/3-10-17-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th,. undersigned, deRiring to engage tn
business under the fictitious name of
SOl'THERN DISPLAY SERVICES
iit 1126 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla..
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
01 Congress Bldg.
I/S-10-17-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA ADVERTISING DISTRIB-
UTORS, at C26 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Daile Countv. Florida.
SOUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
A Florida Corporation
PALLOT, SILVER A Ml'LLOY
Attorneyi for Applicants
701 Congress llldg.
6/3-10-17 L' I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREPY OIVEN tlrat
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name Of
SOl'THERN DISPLAY DISTRIBU-
TING COMPANY, at ::;; n. Miami
Avenue. Miami. 11a Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Conn of Dad.- County, Florida.
Si IUTHERN FOLDER
DISTRIBUTING company. INC.
A I en id.i i '.a poriil ion
PALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLOY
Attorneyi for Applicants
To i Congress Bldg.
6. ::-1"-l7-:'l____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
Ml mill.' the fictitious n.ui.....I"
SOUTHERN DISPLAY RACK SERV-
ICES, at !:''. N. Miami Av.nue. Mi-
ami. Km. intends to reglstet said
name with the I 'I. I k of the I
court of I tade i 'ountj. Ptorl la.
Si IUTHERN Fl ILDER
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. INC.
a I'ioi Ida Coi poral Ion
PAI.I.or. SILVER .v MULLOY
Attorn. \ ^ fOI Applicants
7nl Congress Bldg.
I 1-10-17-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180125
MATILDA O'MAHONY, Plaintiff.
vs.
EMMETT J. O'MAHONY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EMMETT .1. O'MAHONY
Resilience and aildless unknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ii'iiin-t you. and you are re-
quired 10 serve ii copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY
M CAIN, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Conn on or before the
..th ilav of July. 1116. If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken agalnat you for Ihe relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of June. A.D.
19'*''' E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
1 i.ole i 'ounty. Florida
Bj I. SNEEDEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney foi Plaintiff
L'.ls YV. Flaglcr Street. Miami. Horlda
6/3-10-17-J4
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Israel Philharmonic Gives Truman Urges UJA Support;
Private Concert for Pope Pius Sees Prospects for Peace
ROME (JTA) -The Israel Phil j DENVER (JTAi- Former Presi
harmonic played a precedent dent Harry S Truman has urged
breaking private concert before the Denver communit\ to give Ml
Pope Pius XII la-t week, the tir-t wholehearted support to the load
orchestra tver to do so for Pope I'nited Jewish Appeal Allied Ifn
Pius The private concert was. gh isd Campaign The former chief
en at the request ol Conductor executive mad" his plea in an in-
Paul Kletzky. who asked that the terview with Adolph Kiesler, Den
i rchi ira be permitted to perform ver philanthropist, reported in the
as a feature ol gratitude lor the [ntermountain Jewish News Ur
help given by the Roman Catholic rruman uid that the LUA has
church to victims ol nazism and "done i wonderful work" and
fascism.
Senate Committee Votes Aid;
S30,000,000 Seen for Israel
\\ ASHTNGTON IJTA) Th(
reign R< lations Committee
pproved b< .. \"'< ol IS to
added that It is "entitled to the
u holehe n rt" ol person
ol all faiths
Dutch Banker Sentenced
For Looting Jewish Assets
THE HACI I (J T \ An Am
two ,i S3.408.ooo foreign aid bill sterdam court has sentenced Otto
included an estimated $30, ReW Dutch banl
i i ii.
Israel in the fiscal year ol I9M rears in upon his
The measure contained fund- to viction in absei charges ol
ui assist rating with the N
! i eor thi I
i Demo. ral lid tl i f Dutcl Jewish .
same amount ol amount l llioni ot guilders
net* m nej as asked bj the Preai The court deducted from tl-,.
irization of cer tenee three rears which Re
tain types ol | pent in di lention before I
1 "' trial The ex banker, i fugitive
current!) I i
Israel Takes First Step "
In Relaxing Currency Blocks Poerfo R|co ~ H(Jve Fir$f
"l; SALEM "^ C ur.L. ne m ... i
Synagogue With U.S. Rabbi
MEW VORK \\ \S The i:.,!.
rei tation has mi
to -m h ,t (he
.....ent will permit it- binical Council of A
n 'int.on here this wi eh thai the
< mn's rather rce the con first syn tl i ; ,.i
ol all ton ign currencj I,|:,'r'
it was official!) Zedek in
i-mur.it> ol
n of currencj i introls, Puerto Rica which in 1053 was
which will take efl will "n|.v 28 families, now numbers
i foreign currencj received ''""''' 'nan 200 families The iirst
tram 1 paj n 1 nts coram >< ihe n< n .
sions and ean unced u .11 be Ral
ales restitution pj iman. 1 ,,( y,..
ad gifts shiva 1 He will be in-
rtalh I |an-
nl oi the Rabbinical
Jacob Blaustein Honored
By Top U.S. Statesmen
WNS rh G01
<\.<\ and silver
'Christ Amendment'
Again Introduced
~ ''" IN I T \
S:ler. Kentuckj R
Ihe Cot titution
h >r
ity" 1 I Jesus t hrist "h the n
amendmenl is 1 ates-
iroduci '
1 Sen Ralph E I
Vermont I the American Jewish
---------------------------r. tribute to his
Swedish Ant! *- philan-
aweaisn Anti-iemite lhropis[ v mi hu_
Wins in Higher Court
. v, ^.- lunche-.n for Ml 1
l.'iNDON tJTA A fine of 400 teir, al the Ad. | !ub
Swedish crowns imposed recently
on E:nar Aberg, notorious publish p'--.; d'.ul :j
er o' anti-Semitism literature .... 0. B riT" A,d$
tie Stockholm District Court, h,- Vietnam, Klutznick Says
been ~et aside by a higher Swedish WASHINGTON (WNS v
-rt Aberg had been fined on emerge, ) contribution'
charges of disseminating printed the one million refugees who I
material without a note as to the streamed into free S .nth Viet N
printer, place of publ.cat.on. or from Communist North Viet Nam
date of production, as required by was made this week bv Bnai
Swedish law. Brith was annoimcfll t)V ,,
GIFFEI.
INDUSTRIES. INC.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
^ sub-contractor-specialist
Sheet metal fabrication & installation
Erection structural steel-gypsum roof decks
Roofing-composition, asphalt, pitch & tile
Vendor, commercial & industrial building supplies
Industrial, mechanical & utility piping
Cold storage plants & industrial insulation
Equipment-process engineering & design
Solar water heating systems & electrical boosters
FOR
2-5
YEARS
2u4Uty-Sctvice-Piece
FREE ESTIMATES
ident Philip M Klutznick This ac-
tion came in response to a tele
gram from a committee headed by
Admiral Richard K Byrd asking
aid for the anti Communist cscap
(e- Klut/nick also accepted Ihe
invitation ol Admiral Byrd to be-
come a member ot the national
committee of "Operation Brother
hood.' sponsored bj the Inteina
tional Rescue committee and the
I S Junior Chamber of Commerce
Canada Clarifttt Stand
MONTREAL (JTA)-^J \V ivk
' ersgill. Minister of Citizenship and
Immigration, will consider admi-si
.ble those "hard core" immigrant*
who are not suffering from an
active disease and who may be
come elf sustaining, he has in-
formed Samuel Bronfman, presi
dent of the Canadian Jewish Con
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