The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30Number 16
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20. 1956~
i F w< IJJ Price 20*
robs Must Show They Mean Peace, Ben Gurion Tells Dag
OtUTlON OF COMINFORM PROMISED IN STARTLING POLITICAL MOVE
H VOiV COOPERATION WITH UNITED NATIONS
Social
5f0\V In a surprise diplomatic move, the
1 Union this week urged Israel and the Arab
w< to make peace in the Near East. At the
I time, Moscow announced its firm intention of
|ving the Cominform.
i Cominform is the Soviet Union's Communist
Bureau, established in 1MB, which
Ml ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
superceded the CominternCommunist Interna-
tionalafter its dissolution in 1943 and which was
designed to coordinate Communist activities in
Eastern Europe.
Soviet spokesmen declared that Russia is now
ready to cooperate to the fullest extent with any
United Nations action designed to "strengthen
peace in Palestine."
The move surprised diplomatic
observers in light of the Soviet's
ml Genera/ Astar Scheduled
If Israel Bond Dinner of State;
|f Sher Reveals Campaign Details
Rahum Astar. Consul General of the State of Israel in the South-
i United Slates, will be honored at a Dinner of State marking the
Pact, Moscow nonetheless praised
Britain and France for their post-i
war activities there.
^ The Soviet statement said: "The
Soviet Union considers that it is
necessary in the interest of
I celebration of Israel's eighth anniversary on Wednesday night, I strenglhening international peace
and security to work toward a sta-
ble peaceful scttlemenL4>f the Pal-
estine question on a mutually ac-
ceptable basis taking into consider-
Hammarskjold is Told
Accord Depends Upon
Break in Suez Blockade
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)-Israel has insisted, in a fresh exchange
of letters with Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, that Egypt's
pledge made last weekend to live up to a strategic clause in its armi-
stice agreement with Israel should be interpreted as a readiness by
Cairo to lift the Suez Canal blockade against Israeli shipping
Meeting face-to-face with the UN secretary general Tuesday Israel
Prime Minister David Ben Gurion bluntly asked about the nature of
recent penetration into the Near the assurance Hammarskjold had>
East, with an arms arrangement | received from Egypt's Gamal Ab-:
reached between Czechoslovakia
and Egypt on September 28. 1955.
Blaming the increasing tensions in
the trouble spot on such West-
del Nasser in Cairo.
fighting is not temporary and
! would not flare up again once
Sources close at hand at the ; Hammarskjold left the area. These
meeting reported that Israel wants sources also indicated that Ben
sponsored alliances as the Baghdad to make sure the present lull in the Gurin's insistence on concrete de
2. at the Seville hotel.
(Jacob Sher. chairman of the Greater Miami Committee- for State of-
I Bonds, said "It is deeply significant that Mr. Astar's first formal
-?presentation in this area will be in
UOH
: know the local a'ion tne Just national interests of
the interested sides."
Jewish community will respond in
an overwhelming manner to recog-
nize the significance of the estab- indicated it "considers it unlawfu
lishment of a new consulate by jto attempt to use the Arab-Israeli
Israel in the South." conflict as an excuse to intervene
Sher said a reception committee in the international affairs of the
for the dinner is now being organ- Arab countries and to establish
tied. Many of the area's leading. bases on territory in the Middle
businessmen, civic and religious East."
leaders will take part in the pro-
gram honoring the new Consul
General.
'Astar was Vice Consul of the
beginning of 1952 and has served
the Israel Ministry for Foreign Af-
fairs in important executive capaci-
ties since the establishment of the
Continued en Page 5 A
Stalin Regime
lti-Semitism
fold By Reds
WYORKUTA)For the first
lunce the death of Stalin, the
f press admitted last weekend .
btaitism had been prac- ^XX^1TJ1^
[B the Soviet Union during
ist-war period when many
intellectuals were an-
land the entire Jewish cul-
was liquidated,
from Moscow quote Vop-
1. leading Soviet organ,
ng thai serious errors in
dership of the party" have
"ude during the post-war
'th regard to national
s. The journal recalls
rejection of anti-Semitism
Js that his views were "mis-
ted" in the country today.
t from Prague to the
Times says that Czecho-
n Premier Viliam Sirky de-
last weekend that "certain
^stations of anti-Semitism"
Mn incorrectly introduced
trial of Rudolf Slansky in
*. W52 He said that the
r "had erred" in bringing
w most of the defendants
*uh and added that there
PI difference between anti-
81 and ami Zionism.
At the same time, the statement
In Washington, Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles told news-
men the U.S. must be cautious.
MOSHt SHARETT
. seeks clarification
tail rather than vague promises
had aroused adverse reaction in
Cairo.
Specifically, the Israel Prime
Minister, as well as Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett. demanded that
Egypt is obligated to lift the Suez
Canal blockade against Israeli ship-
ping under the terms of the 1949
armistice agreement and a 1951
UN Security Council resolution.
Saturday, Sharett personally
handed the UN secretary general,
at Lydda airport, a letter which de-
clared that Egypt's acceptance of
the key clause in the armistice
agreement "cannot be regarded as
genuine and unconditional if inter-
preted as leaving it open for Egypt
to engage in such hostile acts as
she may deem fit." Sharett de-
nounce Egyptian interference
with Israeli shipping as "a hostile
Continued on Pag* 11 A
DIVULGE DIAL WITH 0TT0WA FOR F-86's
Israel Reported Seeking 40 British Jets
<*VONDON (JTA) British official sources declined
comment Wednesday on reports that Britain is con-
sidering a request from Israel for 40 jet fighter
planes and 30 Centurion tanks. The Ministry' of
Supply referred questions to the Ministry of De-
fense. A spokesman said such details could be
divulged only by the country to which supplies are
shipped.
Meanwhile, it was reported here from Paris that
12 jet planes had been delivered by France to Israel.
(In Washington it was reported that the Israel Em-
bassy in Ottawa was negotiating with the Canadians
for the purchase of 20 F-86 Sabre jet planes.)
An appeal for immediate action by the Western
Powers to supply Israel with defensive arms as a
deterrent to Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Abdel
Nasser launching war against the Jewish State was
voiced here by Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath.
Addressing an Israel Independence Day dinner un-
der the auspices of the Jewish National Fund,
Ambassador Elath stressed that while Israel will
firmly resist any suggestion of unilateral conces-
sions to the Arabs, it is always ready to meet with
the Arabs for a full and free discussion of outstand-
ing differences and the working out of a peace.
W INDEMNIFICATION DUE
"nendine. the Federal In-
tion I.aw tor Nazi vic.
1 recommend that
FLOURISHING MARKET DENIED AS 'JEW ATTACKS'
Arab Slave Trade Reported by Journal
NEW YORK (JTA)The traffic in slaves to Arabia
is booming, and prices are still going up, it was re-
ported by the Wall Street Journal here in a dispatch
from Paris. The report quoted Pierre Fromentin, a
French physician who recently returned from Saudi
Arabia, as estimating that up to 5,000 men, women
and children were being imported and pressed into
J'VJTA) -The Bundestag for concentration camp imprison- siavery jn the oil-rich Arabian kingdom every year,
"""fication Committee ment and for damage to life and
fy^*Jfn8 w'th the prob- heal*, it was learned here.
For these categories of person
damage, those who were not
residents of Germany on certain
specified deadlines before or aft-
er the war were heretofore given
of N
all
azism -irrespective
* P^sent or former, place
should receive the
"*<*<* of compensation
Commander Thomas Fox-Pitt, secretary of Brit-
ain's Anti Slavery Society, is said to have figured
that almost 500,000 persons are now in bondage in
Saudi Arabia.
The dispatch also quoted an official report from
the French Embassy in Jidda, which had leaked out
recently which gave 1953 prices as $550 to $1,100
for girls under 15; $400 for men under 40; and about
25 percent less indemnification
tnsz."form" ^^l^tifcTsa-) ~~m *
porter Kenneth Miller, told him that if there were
such a thing as slave traffic in his country, which
he did not formally conceded, then the prices listed
in the Embassy report were too low. Saudi Arabian
officials have made no comment on the reports, al-
though the Government of Yemen has denied the
existence of the slave trade there, and it is known
that Saudi Arabia enacted a law regulating the con-
ditions of trade in 1936.
The Journal dispatch also reported that a Saudi
Arabian spokesman in Pahs said he really did not
know whether the 1936 law was still in effect, stating
that "the king issued so many decrees." He also
told the Journal that, in his opinion, the whole mat-
ter was merely a question of "Jew attacks" and that
the complaints heard recently "don't interest us be-
cause they don't prove anything."


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Steadily Climbing Combined Appeal
Hits $1,390,458, Worker Shortage
Tiir Steadily climbing Combined Jew! b Aw lnis U('lk
I new iot.nl of $1,390,488 for the period end | 19
Chairman Sam Heiman indicated thai a shortage ol t
Ad be the teftftu factor in the finaJ weeks ef the i
vi r 6.000 contributors have been re*jMn.Mbl<
-mem thu!.". Heiman puaflMPlMe*mM* lontributors who gave In 1988.
1 ,i-i niu,in. redistribution ol outstanding
category maj bi
within shooting :- '"
time record ..'. ol
u i pep >rto at a workers' meeting last week
To map tm;.i plans tor comple-
tion of the campaign- the exec*
live committee of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation has called
an important meeting for Monday
evening, Apr. 23. m the PM Amer-
ican room of the Columbus hotel
Members of the campaign cabi-
net will participate in deliberations
in a last ditch endeavor to spur
efforts of campaigners who have
not yet completed their assign-
ments. Federation president Stan-
Icy C IfjRira has issued an urgent
call to community leaders serving
with the executive committee to
attend the meeting.
"It is up to our leadership in
Greater Miami to determine what
JWV Post Holds
Joint Installation
Sydney Bergman has been elected
commander of Norman Bruce
Brown Post 174. Other officers
named and installed :it a meeting
recently in the Republican club
are:
Larry L White, senior vice com-
mander: Aaron Rosenberg, junior
vice commander: Frank Marks,
judge advocate; Dr. Max I. Tend-
rich. post surgeon: David Goldberg,
quartermaster: Nat Brown, adju-
tant: Jack Silver, chaplain: and
Sam Brauer, three-year trustee.
Jointly installed were officers of
the Ladies' Auxiliary. They are
Ruth Rosenthal. president: Sylvia
Sandier, senior vice president:
Florence Bergman, junior vice cnursp |hp campaign wj|| take at
the t communities has already
been reached
\ part of the cleanup drive in
the Women- Divimiiii. Mrs David |
Phillips, cleanup chairman, an -j
Bounced that 94 percent of the
Women's quota, amount-
mc to S15i.C!8ti. I been col-
lected.
A ^arr^irton- workers* reQcm
brunch has bwn announced t>\
llcmian for Sunday morning in the
Algiers hotel.
BiscayneOvaiL
For Final Haiti
: track
week ,,., ,hc

date
hat
*#t 3
Man) ouuundia,
ing. chiel lh" m*i
This date has hcen established $10,000 allFlorida ^
the target date lor completion which \viii't:,kt di! '"f"*
all campaign assignments. It is; rhj
further expected that some 500
volunteers and division chairmen
will attend the major report func-
tion of the 1056 campaign where
final announcements of the drive
totals will be made.
an
president: Rose Ackerman. treas-
urer; Sarah Rosenberg, chaplain;
Shirley Reigrod. conducts--
this cnicial point." said Heiman,
emphasizing the critical position
ol the Appeal at this stage. "The
Edith Feingold. patriotic in- Jewish community will be judged
structress; Anna Kaplan, historian nv our action in this meeting and
and publicity; Frieda Feingold. in our resolution to complete this
guard: Frieda Levine. three year Hfetaving task," Heiman declared
Meanwhile, campaigns are going
trustee: Dorothy Lindner record
ing secretary; and Sophie Ro-cn
c irreaponding lacratan
JWV Dade County Guard of
Honor headed by Maj. Sidney
Horn posted Colon. Post chaplain
Jack Silver delivered the invoca
Joseph Cherner. former Miami
Beach winter resident, died
Tuesday in Washington, D.C.,
where he owned one of the
largest automobile agencies.
He had long suffered from a
chronic heart ailment. An in-
ternationally renowned philan-I> ?
thropist, he assumed principal i
roles in Miami and on the|
American scene with the Unit-.**
ed Jewish Appeal and Israel/?
Bonds. Prior to his death. Mr. j
Cherner was reported to have*
bought some three-quarter mil-
lion dollars in bonds. In 1948.
he presented his fabulous 27-
room showplace mansion on
Juniper st. in Washington to the
Israel Embassy.
Heiman indicated that the
achievement of the goal appears
to be a definite possibility since
there are additional gifts forth-
coming from nearly 4.000 of last
year's contributors who have not
yet had the opportunity of making
their gifts in 1960.
affair and drawi ft
dogs for the rich pur
I that goes with winnlMt.
Which has often b*n *
| as the "Kentucky Dtrtoi
I racing.
thei
MOTC.GK-$JOMoil
CHAS. HIHT
!"," l-on on lit o, td ,
Unlimited ln.ur.nc, FJ* '
- nomwu
it
REV. WM. W. LIPSON
Mohel
Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Mint
Telephone 9-6308
Miami area was held at the home
iof Mr. Morton Jacobs. 278 NE 101st
full speed ahead in outlying com
munities. A successful report
meeting of all Miami workers was
held at Beth David Congregation
Thursdav. where nearly a score
of volunteers reported results to Ist Miami Shores. Present to plan
tion (,ue>t speaker was Judge Rat chairman Harry Gordon. Workers!the organization of the community
( ,,nnon. continuing to cover assignments in drive in this area were Rabbi Hen-
-------------------------------- this area include Mrs. A. Z. Alpert.
liiC r "I M Mrs Sara W Block, Mrs. Dorothy
JNt Council meets Bott Mrs Gordon Brown. Mrs R
Mutiny of the Jewish National S^alel Hvman (/banner. Mrs. Isi-
Fund Council was held Wed j^ ronen Mrs Anna prev, Mau
nesday evening in the patio of the nce H Hyman. Rebecca Herman.
I idea hotel, according to an an- Joseph Jarlow. M. Laster, Mrs. Rita
nouncement by Daniel M Broad. Rubin. Al Lev. Mrs. Murray LazaV-
president of the Council. Program
of entertainment was present-
ed l>> chairman Jacob Fishman.
ATTENTION INVESTORS I
WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING lit
end 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET
YOU 8*. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr.
Him* Phone 9-3444.
us. Trudy Ixmdon.
Mrs. Miriam Meyers. Al Miller.
Mrs Ruth Quartin. Mrs. Shirley
Queen. Mrs. Martha Rand, A. P
Rosenberg. Walter Rosenthal, Gus'
Shaw. Mrs. G. Soybel. Mrs. Milton
Yaffe. Mrs. Vera Zeltzer. Oscar
Zeltzer. Mrs. Jennie Pottash, Mrs.
H Finhorn. Max Parness. Mrs.
Rachel Sakowitz and Mrs. Gertrude
Indgin
A planning meeting in the North
ry Okolica. Mr. and Mrs. Elias
Thaw. Dr. and Mrs. Albert A.
Feldman. Judge George L. Jack-
man and Mrs Frieda Blank.
Solicitation is continuing in Mi-
ami. Miami Beach. Flagler-Gra-
;nada, West Miami. Coral Gables,
: North Miami Beach. North Dade.
i Hialeah and Homestead. Approxi-
' mately 50 percent of the quota for
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Arthur Wilde's
Seafood Harbor
ON THE OCEAN AT 193rd ST.
(THE IDEAL RESTAURANT)
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WIIK DAYS .. 4:10-10:00
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Drapes Curtains Bod Pads Plastic fae
Studio aad Doveno Covers
Miami Wholesale Corporation
D. SER0TT, PrOf.
127 N.E. 9th Street Phone FKJ47S7
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NtltlW BOOK ST0II
417 Washington Avt., Miami leach
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iSter Declares JNF WiH Pay
Arabs for Landif Peace Reached
,f the Jewish
Miami
live board
Fund of Greater
mitfressman Abraham J.
r0f New York at a luncheon
Jaieigh hotel Apr. 5.
uulter is numbered among
,Ul ders in the Jewish Na-
\md of America today. He
a of Uie national lawyers
__ for the Jewish National
filter was elected to the
!~s on November 4, 1943
^EeTreelected to the 8lst,
j 83rd Congresses.
Ir declared here that "there
[bo compromise on the pri-
DuYal Says He
stigated Deaths
,F. DuVal Jr., justice of the
District 1. is running for
i to succeed himself.
Lj was appointed to the of-
L May by Gov. LeRoy Col-
Ifill a vacancy created by the
of Edwin L. Mason.
candidate said that since
[office be has made a pfac-
f personally investigating all
; deaths in his district. He
court five days a week and
jltand on Saturdays in emer-
1-north of 20th st. in.
tne most populous of
id in Florida.
I is a native Miamian and
t-of Stetson University
(bool. He is a veteran of
n having been decorat-
JUOGI
BAVMOND 6.
ciplc of freedom, because the prin-
ciple of freedom is indivisible.
Israel represents democracy and
progress in a part of the world
where slavery and ignorance pre-
vail. Israel is not a Jewish prob-
lem, but an American problema
problem of ail decent people, re-
gardless of religion or nationali-
ty."
Israel wants peace with its neigh-
bors, Multer said, but peace with
honor. "Israel is busy with con-
strucUve work, and has made big
strides in land improvement,
thanks to Jewish National Fund."
Rep. Multer said that upon the con-
elusion of peace with the Arabs,
the JNF will be prepared to pay
for the lands abandoned by the
Arabs during the War of Independ-
ence.
Functions of the Jewish National
Fund here increased since the es-
tablishment of the State of Israel
because of the great influx of im-
migration. The JNF has been
charged with the responsibility to
provide land for resettlement of
the immigrants in the rural areas
and in the cities. To meet the new
responsibilities, the JNF looks for
increased income not only from its
traditional collections, but also
hopes to build up the JNF Founda-
tion.
Daniel M. Broad, president of the
JNF Council of Greater Miami,
presided, at the luncheon. Members
of the JNF executive board present
were Joseph. Alter, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Mrs. Jack Davis, Loon
J. Ell, Jacob Fishman. Sol Gold-
man, Dr. Zev Kogan and Milton
Miller.
Mills to Run
For County Off ice
I. Ray Mills, veteran criminal in-
vestigator and special agent for the
Dade county solicitor's office, an-
nounced he will run for constable
In District 3 in the May-Democratic
primaries.
The district Includes the south
section of Miami, Coral Gables.
South Miami, West Miami and
much of the unincorporated part
of the county near those cities.
Mills, a veteran of 30 years in
the law enforcement field, said he
would put into service three radio-
equipped automobiles to aid in
eliminating robberies and other
violations in the district.
He has resigned as special agent
in the solicitor's office effective
Feb. 15, Mills said.
Kentucky-born Mills joined the
Coral Gables fire and police de-
partments in 1926 and served eight
years. He was with the Dade Sher-
iff's office seven years and attach-
ed to the state attorney's office
nine years. He served as safety
director for West Miami in 1949.
If elected, he pledged "to work
in close harmony with business
and professional people with their
bad check problems."
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Art Exhibit Opens
At Beach Center
Opening Wednesday, Apr. 11, at
Miami Beach Art Center, 2100 Col-
lins ave., an exhibition of "Jewish
Art by Jewish Painters" is being
shown under the sponsorship of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
and arranged by Joseph Duntov.
At the same time, loaned by spe-
cial courtesy from the private col-
lection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Rosenblum of Miami Beach, paint-
ings and drawings by Ben-Zion are
being included in the exhibit which
is scheduled to remain on view
through Apr. 26.
Heading the exhibition, Isaac
Llchtenstetn. of New York, will
show 38 of his works. Represented
in collections oi many countr.es.
he has exhibited in New York.
Paris, Holland, London and Scan-
danavia.
Ben-Zion. instructor at Cooper
Union Art School, New York, has
exhibited in the Pennsylvania
Academy, Carnegie Art Institute
and the Whitney of Baltimore.
'The Play's the Thing1 Feature
"The PU,y\s the Thing" was the
theme chosen for the month of
April by the Miami Public Library
Books on the history of the thea-
ter, essays and critical studies,
Plays of all periods and biogra-
phies of famous actors and actress-
es and managers are being fea-
tured in a month-long display to
call attention to the greatest and
oldest medium of human expres-
sion.
This program has been planned
because of the increased interest
in the theater, according to Dr.
Frank B. Sessa, director of the li-
Theme of library
brary. "More people are reading
in this subject field because there
are so many good books now avail-
able and because people are seeing
and listening to more playsboth
in the theater and on radio and
television," he said.
Games Might Scheduled
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy will meet Saturday
evening at the home of Mrs. Na-
omi GoldbiaU, 160 SW 40th ave.
.Games, cards and mah jong will
be the order of the night.
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Hold Tollege^Meet
B'nai B'rith Youth
Third annual South Florida
B'nai B'rith Youth College was
held Friday through Sunday. The
college started Friday night with
Sabbath services at Beth David
Synagogue.
Saturday afternoon, there was
be a symposium on the theme "Is-
rael in a World of Crisis."
Saturday night there was a
social at Hillel House on main
campus of. the University of Miami.
The social was sponsored by
Hurricanes and Hillel AZA.

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on are cordially invite J
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Volume 30 Number 16
Friday. April 20. 1956_____________
And After the Cominform-What Then ?
During The Week ..
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By LEO MINDLIN
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The Soviet Union this week called upon the
Arab countries and Israel to make peace in the
Middle East. At the same time. Moscow de-
clared it is ready to back any United Nations
move to strengthen stability in the area.
This series of actions deserves no more than
guarded consideration. It has heretofore been a
standard Communist tactic to bring to fever
pitch events in some part of the globe and then
suddenly to assume the role of peace advocate.
Fact is that the USSR has been true to form so
far as the Near East is concerned.
It was the Russian-dominated Communist
bloc decision to arm Egypt's "Mr." Nasser that
exacerbated the recent tensions between Israel
and the Arabs. With our own government re-,
fusing to consider a similar arms arrangement
for the Jewish State and with Secretary of State
Dulles' virtual betrayal of the Tripartite Dec-
laration, the sudden Soviet "peace offensive"
now leaves us holding the bag and throws into
the Communist camp one of its largest propa-
ganda victories to date.
But this classic tactic, which has apparently
bome fruit for the Russians once again, suf-
fers from two peculiar earmarks that Moscow
will not be able to disguise easily.
The announcement Tuesday was bracketed
with the news that Red bosses intend to dis-
solve the Cominformthe Communist Informa-
tion Bureau established in 1947 to coordinate
Communist activities in Eastern Europe. This
organization, they declared, will aive way to
Russian cooperation with the UN for the inter-
national attainment of peace in the Middle East.
It is however clear to American and European
observers that the dissolution of the Comin-
form has more to do with wooing Yuaoslavia'i
Marshal Tito back into the Red fold than with
achieving lasting stability between Israel and
the Arab nations.
Russian Masters Nikita Khrushchev .qnd
Nikolai Bulqanin ate crow at Marshal Tito's
table in Belarade last yeardeveloped a rela-
t'onshiD with him for the first time since the
Yucoslav boss' successful defection from the
satellite system back in 1948. The dissolution
of the Convnform is Russia's method of demon-
strating to Tito that the vast international Com-
m*'n;t organization out to ax him is now dis-
banded.
The second tell-tale earmark characteristic of
the Russian announcement Tuesday was the
observation that Moscow regards it as "unjust
and unlawful to attempt to use the Arab-Israeli
conflict as an excuse to intervene in the inter-
nal affairs of the Arab countries and to estab-
lish bases on territory in the Middle East."
Their Trip an Anti-Climax
The Russians are playing the on-aqain-off-
aaain game these days. Continuing their rapid
advances in indigent areas of the world and
especially among the Arab nations, the Rus-
sians at the same time smile warmly at the
Western world.
The arrival in London last month of Soviet
secret police head Ivan Serov is a case in
point. Ostensibly, he had come to make se-
curity arrangements for the trip Wednesday to
Great Britain of Russian bosses Nikita Khrush-
chev and Nikolai Bulganin.
But secret policeman Serov rode into London
on the giant wings of a Russian jet super-
bomber "converted" for civilian use. While
no one at London's airport was permitted
aboard the bomber, observers reportedeven
from outward appearancesthat the Russian
plane is clearly the most advanced technologi-
cally to be found anywhere in the aeronautical
field.
Perhaps this, more than anythina else, was
the message Moscow intended to brina to the
Western world. The protected Bulaanln-
Khrushchev trip to Great Britain is nothing
more than an anti-climax.
It is clear that U.S. intervention is here im-
plied. Expressing its own innocence of such
intentions, the Soviet implicitly warns the West
that any effort to counterbalance the Commun-
ist buildup of arms in the Arab countries
will be met in kind.
It is by now old hat to indicate that Russian
promises mean nothing. In regard to this par-
ticular situation, a better example is at hand.
In 1943. the Soviet Union dissolved the Comin-
ternthe Communist Internationa!as a
means of pleasing its Western allies in the war
against Hitlei Germany. But the Cominform
a new name with old intentionssuperceded
it five years later. What now after the Comin-
form?
He Must Show He Means It
Egypt's Premier Nasser made all sorts of
promises to UN secretary general Dag Ham-
marskjold on the occasion of the latter's visit
in Cairo last weekend. Principal among them
was the Premier's promise of peace between
the Arabs and Israel.
Somewhat prematurely. Dag lashed out
against Israel with the comment that, although
he had finally managed to get assurances
from Egypt, he had still heard nothing from the
Jewish State.
What Dag forgot was that Israel has been
begging for peace ever since the Arabs upset
the apple cart in 1948 and marched into Israel
on the very first day of its existence with the
intention of pushing the infant republic into the
sea. After Farouk. it was Naguiband now it
is Nasserwho have symbolized Arab resist-
ance to the establishment of accord in the Near
East. -
The "coincidence" that must* be carefully
watched by Israel was the announcement of
Nasser's vague declaration of peaceful intent
almost simultaneously with the Russian deci-
sion early this week to scrap the Cominform
and to cooperate with the UN in the achieve-
ment of order.
Premier David Ben Gurion is absolutely right
when he points out these facts: that discussion
of peace will be idle until Nasser demonstrates
a sincere desire for it by lifting the Suez Canal
blockade against Israel shipping under the
terms of the 1949 armistice agreement and a
1951 Security Council resolution and by recog-
nizing the territorial and political inteqrity of
the Jewish State. '
A press conference with Gov. Adlai Stev,
week in Miami Springs Villas was an unfortunat"," n ^"ttad
appeared rested and well despite the gruel.,,"?* ^H**
during the recent campaign months. But the fi Smi*
had clearly prepared themselves to embarr.s H n of tai
hopeful. d '"e Democr^
I can understand an individual decision to
in favor of another. I can even understand -Ji Pl?n on ~
merciless criticism of men who present the.nX' 'f^1' ,nJ
fice when criticism is warranted. But I fail t, fo*elecii dulgence of one of the most sincere persons on Jhfhlz* "*
scene today. ine American.
It all started out. I suppose, as the result of a nk .
Stevenson published in 1952. Prominently di>nlaviJ gra*<
legged in a chair, was a hole in the sole of his 1P l as ** <*i
Republican-controlled news medium has ,|jDDed n iinc "> til
of making Gov. Stevenson seem quite "the ,h .. n e "W-,
The tribute to him is that his opposition has ZTS ^
available means of attack. They continue principal^?? hl*J
his caricatures rather than his photographs-whileih "
smile sweetly from behind bravely swung golf clubs
The press conference at Miami Springs Vlllai ... ,
To begin with. Gov. Stevenson read a statement ,n whir-hk""
that President Eisenhower approve the farm bill The hiti k *
to be a repudiation of the Eisenhower-Benson agricukMaall
a refutation of the Republican "peace-pr..sP,.ri,v_Drni?!
"Our prosperity." he charged "is marked by one of th*
balances of our time-the current plight of Americas farmej
INCONSEQUENTIALS ARE ORDER OF THE DAY
Questions from the floor followed No reporter at th
asked a single question- pertaining to American foreign noli*
abundant proof of the threat of war on several fronts effeS'
gers the Eisenhower "peace'* soporiphic. The day before t\
Beach. Gov. Stevenson had delivered a scathing attack'
Rejuiblica* -Administration, declaring that the Administrate
bringing this nation to the brink of war with its ineptitude ml
East, and labeling; Mr. Eisenhower a "do-nothing President"
this ttuhlnar, televilittr Jaid newsmen here less than twenfy.fonS
later were far more ra'urrested in relative inconsequential*.
The President isi hopeful was scheduled to leave tor i ,
function in Hialeahr immediately following the conference 111
there, he was to dtneto Coral Gables, before appearing it i
Key luncheon. 1
"Why are you visiting only the HialeahMiami Springs mil
Gables areasf one newsman wanted to know. "Don't you believe]
areas here are also Important?"
Somewhat cmharTar*sa>d, Gov. Stevenson thought for a ....
then burst into laughter. "Where are my Miami advisors'^jjTJ
meaning that he had not been briefed properly on what lte*i|(
from the point of view of "local flavor."
Another reporter wondered about "the new Steven
shaking, bafty-kissing Jjtevenson." This, clearly, was a dig at I
ernor's recent efforts to adopt the campaign method of
hopeful Estes Kefauvarand to disprove the charge against hia'
is a "high brow" witbenf public favor.
fn afl fairness, I mttst indicate that Gov Stevenson was tlsaj
tioned on issues pertaWJng to the coming elections, his victa
weep, m the Illiniois Jj**erential primary and his attitude ton
Eisenhower's handlina^eflssues. With regard to the latter, be I
ously observed that taVPresident would continue to do. what]
been doing beforeapnfat commissions of inquiry'.
Will Hi BRING PEACt?
FOREIGN POLICY QU8Y GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGED
It was interesting aWond doubt that embarrassing lags ofI
marked the periods beflpen questions, with a reporter on one i
taking the calculated opportunity to argue over one of Gov. Stem
replies. When the scrBps. issues were seemingly concluded,,
newsman tried the 'gufcjRry-association'' technique.
"I understand." head, "that a student club at Princeton!
sity has invited Alger BBSS as a guest speaker sometime thai
The logic here was cleagjBGov. Stevenson is a Princeton alun
Stevenson is therefore fp accord with the student club's
invite Hiss as a speakerapven though Alger Hisi i> a traitor i
of having had dealings vajth the Communists.
"I should think," thf candidate politely retorted, "that is I
dents' business." jaar
But the glaring defiqMbcy continuedabsence of any
the Administration's mo^potent failure in the field of forejp^
tions. I finally asked Gov. Stevenson how he felt about Mr. Eis
insistence that the Near fast problem is a United Nations lssafc,
"How is this position justified," I said, "in light of the Ixf
Near East affairs have been virtually directed by the law]
since the establishment of the State of Israel?"
Gov. Stevenson, grateful for the opportunity to discuss ^
replied quickly and to tha pointthe Administration was u
Israel "for other considerations."

TRIPARTITE DECLAMATION IS ABANDONED
While emphasizing that American support of UN action w i
thing, Gov. Stevenson nonetheless told me that the Tripartite
tion of May, 1950 is the principal issue involved.
"The United States, Great Britain and France und*rt^3
tee the present Palestine borders as determined by the "ZB
agreement between Israel and the Arab nations. This PJfVjB
never been enforced in the face of continuing infractions. _j
The difficulty at this time, he felt, is the direct resu ^
ministration's "equivocation," and the current decisioni w^_ .
sistance proves clearly our abandonment of the Triparu
and the State of Israel.
"We must be prepared." he said, "to protect Israel ajaj
sion." An instant later, he looked up with slight concern *
this observation:
We musf be prepared," he said", "to protect any Noan
from aggression.'" .
This was a slip. But it indicated Gov. StevensontW
aggression in the Near East is Arab-inspired; uV w\
phasis, as I see it, was necessary political expediency to
of partisanship. aJtefuH
But urjs.a^^artisan>hip for which we must dp tn^ of punomahip i^emerijed in contradistinction m ^
OBTwrar*lne Administration's equivocationwitn "* f
Tf%al, thai ^e^'JdjKp(( from our committment io m
m the Near* Ka>t-&|aVto protect Israel's integrity
NVaf K*st;Shto protect


20, 1956
.April
SII| General Astar Due at Israel
Bond Dinner of State on the Beech
.-4inud from P9 A .mpaign of the Greater Miami
k U'ommittef for State ol I
JrtlheShelbo,
fibjicH ........ ww consult,. I
Rtbeoam' -' """""' "By our eomplel
Id to H """ hrael Bond drive this yW, ^
lilnfetn hope to convince Mr Aatar and
miirn years public relations(israei move the con ulate to the
, of 'the Jc"'-sh V-,,,,,A "' Creator Mhmi are..."
Lg \ : vice in the I sher announced lalea at th<>
E police Force from the Sunday brunch and purchase!
fothc Arab disturbances in, made ^ri(ir tno ramp;ii,,n kipk
..... -_ !---------- r ..........* "i'ui^h rich-
born m Kassei, <.cr- off nave Mnt fne VJX (()(a|
UfUj, imni m i\h. on nave sent the
[in 1911 ami settled in Pales- tne $150,000 mark.
11933 I Panel discussion on "Israel's
mcement ol Ihe Dinner of Destiny" was held by Sevmour B
K made by attorney Marvin Liebman, member of the* national
ler at a bondholders meet- board of governors of Israel Bonds
fr, which opened the 1956, Dr. A. J. Ishlon. president of the
Labor Zionist Assembly of South
Florida; and Mrs. Harry Gersten,
first chairman of the women's di-
vision of Israel Bonds in Greater
Miami.
Dr. Ishlon. who also serves as
Israel Bonds chairman for Labor
Zionists, said a community-wide
rally will be held May 13 in behalf
of the bond drive. Details will be
announced next week.
"Jenisli Fhriciinn
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>rson Back
... Tallahassee
nit Judge Robert H. Ander-
i week resumed his active
Mn campaigning througta-
. county, following his serv-
iassociate justice of the Flor-
me Court in Tallahassee
[week.
daytime meeting set for
; Anderson here was a Thurs-
fluncheon meeting at the
1 hotel attended by area sup-.
_ that Judge Anderson is
from Tallahassee," said Mur-
tans. Jr.. campaign manager,
(rill do hi- best to meet as
1 people as possible each day
he has finished his circuit
I ()utie<"
ford School in
imer Program
rd school. 1204-54 West ave..
1 Btirh. announced Wcdnes-
Ait it will again conduct a
lete summer camp program.
! Oxford's hayfront facilities
> utilized for summer camp-
school's new Olympic size.
ting pool, athletic fields, in-
I outdoor playground areas
I of Mi four and a half acre
Bt space will be used for the
iful activities of its campers.
the many activities in
tampers participated last
and in which they will
cipate again this year are
rsports, fishing from Oxford's
faafety-docks, cruising on Bis-
tBay in Oxford's 32-foot Chris
ship, basketball, baseball,
ball, archery, arts and
k miniature golf. TV lounge,
j movie films and many other
children's activities.
I accepts both day and
H campers. Its dormitories
conditioned. All campers
[receive free tutoring in all
" subjects under the super-
1 of Dr. Abraham M. Cassel,
1 and a professional staff of
*iors will gUKie the daily
"* Program throughout the
ptr.
Ihtnt ion for day and board-
nP is now being accepted
*n or by calling Oxford
admissions office.

Elated with results of a patio party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Press are these
community leaders of Treasure Island
shown greeting Sam J. Heiman (left), chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Launching drive in Treasure Island are (left
to right) Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Press, Mrs.
Harold Lewen, Mayor Clemen I. Ehrlich and
Lewen. Some 150 persons attended the kick-
off event.
Philosopher Subject of Talk
"The Philosophy of Epicurus"
will be the topic of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson's lecture Sunday evening 1 Living" by Dr. Wolfson, who is
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum,! author of "The Road to Health and
11th st. and Ocean ct. This marks Happier Living" and "Live a 100
the sixth talk on "The Art of j Years Happily."
PULL
LEVER
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JOSEPH A.
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State
*sentative
Group 2
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Col. Jacob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home
The Jewish floridion continues here with the second in a series of
articles on Col. Jacob Arvey, national Democratic perty leoder and dis-
tinguished member of the American Jewish community. The series is hosed
on mi exclusive interview with Col. Arvey at his Miami Booth winter home.
JLfHEN WORLD War II broke out.
* Col. Jacob Arvey sought to
enter service with the 33rd Divi-
sion of the Illinois National Guard.
That he was considerably past mili-
iv ;iye. that he was by then a
political power in the rational
Democratic party and that the
lapse of time until his return to
politic- ;it the conclusion of the
\\:ir might tend to obscure the rep-
utation he had already achieved
ROM it these factors deterred him
in his effort to do his part. He
emerged from World War II as
Judge advocate of his division with
the title <>i lieutenant colonel.
\i; anecdote Col. Arvey tells
i f hi- initiation into the :ir
forces casts li^ht on his character
in American and his pri le as
Jew. in uniform, ha was on
his wax to report to camp. A
fellow passenger sat don n b<
rim in the parlor car of the
train. "Isn't it ;i pity," said the
"that someone your age
rve in the armed forces
r what? To fight i r
the Jews, Roosevelt started I
ar because the Jews asked him
For .i long lime, Col An
ored the taunts, trying by ex-
nipli to -how the stranger the
error ol hi- thinking -the stereo-
typed bigotry of hi> misstate-
ments of fact. When it Ufa t"
no a\ail. Col. Amy confessed:
It's no pity, young man. at all.
J am. you see. a Jew. and I am
serving not just for Jews but for
II Americansfor all free peo-
le here and everywhere you
. luded."
The stranger, embarrassed, w.i-
l ut of the parlor car as i.i>t a>
.vi- legs could earn him.
When Col Arvey left to -erve
' i- country, he resigned from
'hree prominent political offices
As the train sped him on hi- way,
he was retired from (a) chair-
llship "f the finance commit-
"t the Chicago city council:
b) Chicago alderman, in which
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PERSONAL INTERVIEW SUGGESTED
11 ph b) Leo, Mm.Mm
COL. JACOB AKfiY
. insistence en honesty
capacity he served aa vice mayor;
(C) Democratic party committee-
man.
>
jT IS THIS fierce insistence on
honesty and this equally fierce
pride in his heritage that brought
Col. Afvey, on a recent national
television broadcast, blankly to
remark. "I am a Jew." in answer
to the question. 'Why. Colonel,
do you show such great interest
in the State of Israel""
The following morning, he re-
ceived phone calls from people
across the nation, who congratu-
lated him for the remarkcon-
gratulations which Col. Arvey
felt were absurd and misplaced.
"I am a Jew. am I not?" he
proudlv asks.
In this regard. "I am a Jew"
raa the subject of an address
he delivered in November. 1954.
in Chicago before some 1.800 per-
sons, the affair a testimonial in
hi- honor sponsored by the Israel
Bond organisation. "Every now
and than n becomes necessary for
a Jew to study his role in the
world, to examine his relation-
ship to his people It is Israel.
it- land and its people, which
brought us here." Col Arvey said
at the Conrad Hilton hotel on
Nov. 6 of that year, with such
distinguished persons in attend-
ance aa Israel Ambassador Abba
Eban. former Illinois Gov. Adlai |
Stevenson. Senators Paul Doug-
las and Bates Kefauver, Mayor
Martin Kennelly and Mayor
Lawrence.
Nrael is the culmination of a economic progress of Israel and
to plan for the participation of
American and world Jewry in Is-
rael's economic future. Inciden-
tallyan offhand thought, which'
might be of central significance;
for lesser menCol. Arvey in-'
troduced the resolution recom-
mending the flotation of the Is-
rael Development Bond Issue.
On the occasion of the taatl
monial in his honor, more than
$2,000,000 in bonds were sold
And. in touching response to this
outpouring of generosity, as well
as to those paying him hommage,
Col. Arvey once more turned the
tablesonce more made a tribute
to him a tribute to his people.
"I am a Jew." he said proudly
again and again, and perhaps for
the millionth time during his life
of fierce identification with his
ancient tradition. "It is a simple
phrase It bj not recited with bra-
vado or with apology, but with
deep humility. What title has a
richer history, a more glorious
past, a more noble heritage?"
Forever searching in the past
for signs of the future, and hark-
ing back in history to painful
memories of pogroms, massacres
and blood libels, COL Arvey con-
tinues to affirm his faith in to-
tradition." he added." and the
threshold of a future. Tonight.
fj are not honoring a Jew. but
the Jew We are testifying by
our presence that wherever there
i- Jew. he is part of us. I do
not intend to indulge in racial
theories. Being a Jew is not a
matter of mathematics but of
taith. Being Jew is not a prod-
uct of logic but of history. It is
that history which weighs upon
all of us this evening."
This is typical of Col. Arvey.
Shying aval fRHn the specific
from himself as one of the archi-
tects of American and Jewish his
tory todayhe turned to a more
comfortable theme the Amei i
can and the Jew -peaking for all
Americans and all Jews

^NE DOES not get to be bOttOr-
^"* I'd a- was Col, Arvey that
night in Chicago without just rea-
son The measure "i the man is
in his communal participation.
Col. Arvey Is a Miami Beach win-
ter resident; this is to say that
he spends onij part of the year
here
Nonetheless, he has found time
to be in Inspirational force in
the Combined Jewish Appeal's
Initial gifts division. In addition,
he lends his leadership to Mi-
ami's Israel Bond organization.
He is also vice president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged here
and was chairman of the Ablin
Memorial campaign. (He and the
late Jack Ablin were close friends
as youngsters in Chicago, a friend-
ship which matured with the
passing years, and Miamians re-
call with a degree of nostalgii
for the moment the message CoL
Arvey delivered at Douglas Car
dens on the occasion of the dedi-
cation of the memorial.)
By comparison, in Chicago and
across the nation, Col. Arvey's
philanthropic endeavor in behalf
of the Jewish community vaults
in staggering proportion. When
the Israel Bond drive was launch-
ed in the Windy City in May.
1951. Col. Arvey became its hon-
orary chairman and served as
chairman of the welcoming com-
mittee for the Chicago visit of
David Ben-Gurton, Israeli Prime
Minister. He also served as chair-
man of the Jerusalem 3.000th an-
niversary celebration in the Chi-
i Stadium, at which former
President Harry S Truman, a
good friend, gave the principal
address More than $1,000,000 in
Israel Bonds were sold on that
occasion.
> >
QOL. ARVEY was also one of 50
** outstanding world Jewish
leaders invited to Jerusalem
three years ago to review the
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t organized Boy Scout Troop will be sponsored by Beth
Men's Club. Shown kneeling are Harvey Malter and
[Selevan. Standing (left to right) are Jerome Wolf son,
j Klonsky, scoutmaster, Larry Schwartz and Sol Malter,
jClub president. Troop committee includes Malter, chair-
[Dr. Samuel B. Wolfe, institutional representative, Rabbi
uis Rottman, advisor, Daniel Amiel, Jerry Schechter and
[Schwartz. ^______________________________________
is Newest Bank
!R on Tuesday
jturi Peiser. (hnirman of the
Greater Miami's newest
rial bank, the Bank of
ty, disclosed plans for
ropeninji Tuesday, Apr. 24,
i.m.
o announced the appoint-
Ronald N Aurswald as
[of the new state-charter
r) quarters for the hank
I located at 1214 NE 163rd
ding to Peiser, who said
nanent quarters now are
rfoiKtruction in the Bur-
s-Food Fair Shopping
* 163rd St., North Dad*
er banker, Aurswald re-
| resigned as executive vice
and director of Mer-
| Bank of Miami to assume
r duties.
ner vice president of the
itan Bank of Miami. Aurs-
' has been affiliated with
!*h First National Bank.
sly. he was associated with
irk banking institutions and
' rmer instructor in the
institute of Banking's
hanking instruction.
Mttrtered hank, the Bank
M. KUtl FUSE*
of Dade County will have an initial
capital stock structure of $1,000.-
000. The bank will be a member
of the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation.
Other directors, in addition to
Peiser who is assistant to the chair-
man of the board of Food Fair
Stores, and Aurswald, are A. J
Harris, mortgage company execu-
tive; Abe Aronovitz. attorney and
former mayor of Miami; J. Cason
Ives, dairyman; Blaine Willen
borg, Investor; S. C. Stampleman.
Orthodox Jewry
|!n Special Prayer
Orthodox Jewry of (heater Mi-
lami assembled in prayer at H.-th
Jacob Congregation th upon
the official call of the doc! Rab-
binate i.i [si me 1,500
pie attend
Jonah i apian acted ,-.s
nan 11 the ;,.. i, meeting
dedka ed to the eigh I.
11 the state (,i luael Pr
nation to the Presidents of the
i .
by Rahhi ft Louis Rottman.
RaW I Ari Becker and Rabbi
i the c mgregation in
pra;,er> and in Psalm-, and Can-
tors Korele Kelemer and Maurice
Ifamchea chanted the memorial
and liturgical prayers.
Mam addre-s wu delivered by
I Rahbi s, T. Bwiraky, of T- n pie
I Beth El. Rabbi libor H SUrn.
Beth Jacob spiritual leader, gave
,the closing message. Prayer was
(included with the blowing of the
Shofar by Rabbi Simon April, of
Miami Hebrew School.
<
Emergency prayer service was
held Sunday afternoon at ( Qflgre-
gation Beih Titian to celebrate the
eighth anniversary of the found-
ing of Israel. Meeting was another
here and held throughout the
country at the request of the Is
raHi Chief Rabbinate.
Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovsky. jpir-
, itual leader of the synagogue, head
(l a roster of speakers which in-
cluded Rabbi Morris Horovitz,
president of the Greater Miami
Hapoel Ilaniizrachi, and Rev. Jo-
: seph Krantz. president of the Mi-
ami Beach Mizrachi organization.
Rabbi Chaim Rothman assisted
! in the musical program, and Rabbi
;Judah S. Raekovsky, formerly of
Memphis, offered the invocation,
fsidor H. Kramer, president of
; the synagogue and chairman of
the event, announced that a spon-
taneous free-will offering netted
over $500 for the Israel emergency
relief fund.
former chairman of the board, Gil-
lette Safety Razor Co.
John Gier, former president,
Central Bank and Trust Company
and local manufacturing executive;
M. L. Green, builder; Marvin Rau-
lin, real estate investor; B. J. Har-
ris, mortgage company executive
and builder.
Harry Frohman, manufacturing
j executive; Joseph Levay, investor;
| Sidney }A. Aronovitz, attorney;
1 Harry B. Schwartz, manufacturer;
I Julius S. Sperling, department
store executive; David P. Catsman,
attorney.
Salvador Olivar, realtor and
Consular Corps member; and J.
Allen Brown, realtor.
The Miami law firm of Arono-
vitz and Aronovitz has been desig-
nated as legal counsel for the bank,
according to Peiser.
Andy Gustafson, of Miami Hurricanes, is shown here present-
ing awards at first annual B'nai B'rith Youth Awards dinner
dance to Larry Klein, captain of first place Rbyal Palm AZA,
and Dick Meirowitz, captain of secor.c place 322 AZA. These
teams placed first and second, respectively, in B'nai B'rit-i
Youth Touch-Football League.
low to Become Part Owner of Cadillac Hotel
Jack Low, recently appointed late this summer at a east of b*V
managing director of the Cadillac proximatelv $200,000. Besides the
hotel will become part owner on insta|lation o shuffleboard courts,
May 1, heading a group taking over i
the hotel. Plans have been made I Provision will be made for volley
for a general refurbishing and j ball and table tennis. The Cadillac
face-lifting of the hotel, to begin is located on the ocean at 40th st.
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We look forward to serving you
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Four leaders in the fast-moving CJA campaign at Biscayne
Pt. are shown meeting to report solicitation totals. Left to
right are Aaron Tepper and Bill Hallen. area co-chairmen.
William Blechman and Harry Caplan.________________________
Judge Segal! Seeks
To Retain His Seat
Judge Sidney L. Segall is a candi-
date in the May Democratic pri-
maries to succeed himself as judge
of the Dade County Small Claims
Court.
He initially received the post as
a result of his appointment by Gov.
LcRoy Collins to fill out Dade
county'> judicial set-up with its
full complement of 23 judges.
The 47-year-old candidate heard
? 638 casesan average of better
than 115 per weekduring his
fir-t mx months on the bench and
thereby reducing the case back-
log from six months to five weeks.
Segall said this week that he would
run on his record "as a judge" and
Ml background experience as an
attorney, a prosecutor and Demo-
cratic leader"
Born in Tampa. Fla., and reared
in Miami, he is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Segall. pioneer family
here since 1910. He is a graduate
of the University of Illinois, AB
degree, and Northwestern Univer-
s'ty law school, degree of Juris
Doctor.
Admitted to the Florida Bar in
1033. Segall has been practicing
here since that time, with the ex-
Applications Now Accepted
for Camp Judaea
Miami Zionist Youth Commis-
sion said Wednesday that applica-
tions are now being accepted to
the junior camp of Young Judaea,
Camp Judaea
Federation It
Slate of Office
Nominating ,
met last week *
According to Mrs. Rose Gordon, tion of a slate of ^*1
'"""..... ..... !!Sw!?h--r
Presiding a *-, .,
P'- of Car, ?^
that a tentative dab ,
should B ready J*5
the camp is for boys fend girls from
the ages of ten to 12 years and is
located in Hendersonville, N.C., at
Camp Blue Star.
Camp session h opened to mem-
bers and non-members of Young
Judaea and is for the period of
June 10 to 24.
j within the next few W(LTl
Among activities listed are dis-ation officers are el 1
cussion groups, Oneg Shabbat pro- annual
grams, Sabbath services, Hebrew I time early i
instruction, dramatics.
"^ting schedule'
ly in Jw.
singing, | Over 200
ig. arts serve each 3
and crafts, modern dancing, swim- board of governor! V*1
ming, water sports, canoeing, boat- sents most nf w?' **.
choral groups, folk dancing. arU | serve" each" -1^1Ulli,3,
apartment house builder.
Kivlak. 8301 SW 48th ave. in
announcing the reception, stated
that similarity "f climate in Flor-
ida and Israel has led t<> a fre>
quent exchange of building data
Technion Society FoSSey Lists His
H^*!lSl*a!t..... Campaign Platform
tors of the Greater Miami area Ralph PosSFy, candidate lof
will meet Tuesday evening. Apr. county commission from District
24. at the home of Mr and Mr-- 4 his announced the opening of
Jay I Kislak to hear David Rose Coral Gables headquarters at 322
president of the American Society Miracle Mile. Steve BUM i-
for Technion Israel Institute <>f camnaign director for the Coral ception of the period during World
Technology and world famous Cables area. War II. when he served in the
Possty Wednesday said he will Justice Department. A former as-
include m In- Dade county pro- sistant attorney general in Florida,
Iran "immediate steps to improve he has served by appointment as a I
mass transportation, including ex- member of the Florida State Im-
presswayi and fast commuter provement Commission.
service. Traffic problems must be in addition to his membership in
I techniques Which have been attacked vigorously and fearlessly, the Dade County and Florida Bar i
beneficial to both. A- .i result of I llso will urge expansion of our Associations, Segall belongs to Mi-1
this exchange, cement manufactur- fine park system with additional ami Zionist District, of which he
ed in Israel h.i been imported to launching ramp- for small boats" served as president for three years, i
aid the booming housing construe- Poasey called for adequate long is past secretary of Sholem lodge,'
tion in Florida. range planning to eliminate day- B'nai B'rith. was active in Young
Rose head of David Rose and by-day zoning variances and chang- Democratic Club and Jaycees.
Associates, Is builder of many of ps and definite areas to be set
New York's largest and most mod aside for light industry.
ern apartment houses. He has writ- I will also seek full cooperation
ten and lectured extensively on in developing our port facilities
construction techniques and has so that they can properly serve
devised many innovations in mod Dade county, increased expansion didate for^ Vtate leglslature"m"l950
ern housmg. and extension of commerce with ,osing b a narrow margin to Rep!
Meyer A. Baskin. chairman of our sister republics to the South. ijanle pasce|]
the Greater Miami chapter of the action to stop wasting money on j ______._____________
American Society for Technion, re- duplication of surveys and en- y... a____.._ ^.
ported that the campaign for the couragement of civil service for!**"**'"' AppOnftOO OnKOT
building fund of the new Technion greater efficiencv in government."' f. Raktaeh FaaW firm*
campus in Israel is meeting with Joe Friedman has been appoint- wn rvvv rirm
succes; ed campaign chairman for the Election of Ben Wheeler as a
North Dade area in the campaign director, treasurer and vice presi-
to elect Fossey. Headquarters for dent was announced this week by
the North Dade area have been the board of directors of I. Rokeach
opened at 12525 W. Dixie hwy. Ic Sons. Inc., one of the oldest
General campaign headquarters kosher food manufacturers in the
Running for Dade County Com- are at 20 SW 27th ave. Mrs. Jan I'nited States, with factories in
ing and fishing, hikes and camp-
fires.
Local commission office in
charge of information is at 135 noV!! l!!_m.emberMf 4e|
NW 3rd sve.
mst of tb
organizations i
area.
n the Dad,;
Okell Airs Views
On School Problems
nating committee to M
Mrs. Selig are Irving CnaJ
Friedman. Uon KaplaT'
Saal. Mrs Samuel
Sheinman. William fci
Carl Susskind. Dr. Mehaj
and Louis Goldman,
Platform PI
John E Cicero, caixW
Dade Countv commivioS
3, in a weekend talk *hV
county-wide transportatia
In 1948. he served as chairman
of the speakers bureau for the
Young Democrats and in 1952 was
chairman of speakers bureau for
Adlai Stevenson. Segall was a can-
The most important problem i ^m^i#* ft~
facing the 1957 legislature is that | W,6e
of providing much needed facili-
ties in the way of additional school
rooms and more school teachers
to meet the growing school popu-
lation in our public schools, said
State Representative George S.
Okell. candidate for state senator j that will meet the needs
from Dade county, at a meeting county and the people.
here. Cicero also called for .
Okell said "this year our school roads and traffic planning
boards have had to employ over Dade County "to keep
4.200 teachers who are not profes-.the growth and devel,
sionally qualified for the positions j Florida's largest and fas
they are employed to fill. And of ing county"
this number. 840 hold substandard'
certificates for any teaching, and
in addition Florida is still short
1,400 teachers needed to eliminate
overcrowding."
In his talk. Cicero also*
the present county corns
record of "closed door
"It's time to put an
secret session from which I
Okell pledged support for appro- ,ic prMg radl(J and ^
Cowart Pledges
Full Cooperation
priations and measures adequately
to support the minimum school
foundation program so as to pro-
vide schools equal to the average
in the nation. He said: "We must
offer salaries to school teachers,
which will compete with salaries
paid by industry to people with
similar training. Overcrowding
can only be met by supplying the
school boards with sufficient funds
to employ enough teachers to re-
duce the class size to a maximum
of 30 pupils, together with addi-
tional classrooms and buildings."
1 is Paris Peters is director.
DuVal Proposes
Change in Laws
Harvie DuVal. candidate for
State Representative. Group l. ha
advocated in his platform for of-
fice
Farmingdale. N.J., and warehous-1
es in Flushing, L.I., and Toronto,
Canada.
Wheeler ha served as an execu- ]
five officer of several New York j
I ity banks, and is presently finan-;
cial consultant to a number of
representative corporations. He is
a director and vice president of I
?aS=a fiWffaSS
president
of the Financial Service Co.
mission in District No
N Cowart.
Cowart this week pledged that
he will cooperate in the following
restrictive zoning for residential
areas, adequate county wide police
protection, equalization and reduc-
tion of taxes and adequate paj and
pension plans t<>r county em
ployees
1'owart also said he will work
for greater countv wide recreation- '" re,|uc'nK the multi-million dl
al facilities, increased airport, hos- lar """Phtting loss incurred by
pital and road programs, closer ** each year.
surveillance of county institutions. He points out that the great
elimination of home owner per- maJrity of shoplifters tea] lam
sonal property taxes, adequate ,nan *^0 worth of merchandise
county-wide fire protection, equal ,rom anv one store He says the
planning for city and county needs. reason for this is "that such an
deposit of county funds in interest- 0,,ensf is a misdemeanor and the
bearing accounts and continued sboplifter by stealing a small
and increased homestead exemp- amunt from a number of stores
tion. j" only committing a misdemeanor Godfrey rd is distributor of an
The candidate was born in Dar- an<1- when caught, is usually tried invention that helps you relax,
lington. S.C.. is married and has in citv court, given a small fine The invention is the new Niagra
three children. He is a graduate and ,et ,oos* to continue his work thermo-cyclopad machine which
of Miami High School. University elsewhere." combines soothing heat and stimu-
of Notre Dame and took special I Duval says that he has ready, ,atin8 cyclo-massage. The deep
courses at Michigan State College, and plans to introduce at the next circu,ar vibration induces a relax-
Peoples University and LaSalle Kv session of the legislature, two ed feeling from toes to head and
tension University. legislative acts "to assist the mcr whl,e il relieves tension built up
He is vice president and director chants and law enforcement offi- from work, worry or play, it adds
of American Life Savings Insur- cers in reducing shoplifting. One* a new zest to living,
ance Company and is owner of act I propose is to make shoplift- The machines are available for
Fans N. Cowart Associates in Cor- ing a felony regardless of the value examination and trial at TWwW>
*' Gabies. of the article or articles taken. Mehr 1 salon on 41st st. K>re
In 1952, he was named
excluded.
"Dade countv each ytni
more than $100,000,000 funds and when public
seek to run public afiain-f
vate business, there i
invitation to wrong dasf|
though nothing amiss maji
he declared.
Kovner Named Bench
Walter C. Kovner, Miaail
attorney, has been named j
Beach campaign director
cuit Judge Robert H. M\
Murray Sams. Jr.. Judge
Students to be Honored
Beth Emeth Sunday school stu- sons campaign manager.
dents will be honored by the con- nounced. Kovner this si
gregation with an Oneg Shabbat been escorting Judge An
at the 7:30 p.m. Friday night serv- a number of meetings of
'ers in Miami Beach. Sass
ice
Fatigued from Over
Activity? Try New
Niagara Machine
Niagra of Miami Beach, at 753

if
'Man of Sucn a ,aw would cause all
the Year" by the University of
Notre Dame and Notre Dame
Alumni club here. In 1949, he
had received the "Award of Merit"
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
NCCJ has also given Cowart its
annual award as "Outstanding
Catholic"
lifters to be tried ,n crirnS ."^.il" ^ll 2 T ?
court and be subject to not more ** keep th* fl*ure *lim,
than five years in jail and a fine I,ones up mueles and aids in tis-
of not more than $1,000. | sue and .cell renewal According
"The second act would be s com- to Mehr, it is not a vibrator but an
panion law to hold the merchant unusual
harmless from any law suit filed
by a person for the mistaken ap-
prehension and detention of any
person reasonably suspected of
shoplifting by the merchant,"
Piece of massage equip-
ment long used in hospitals sad
clinics to develop a deep penetrat-
ing cycloid action transmitted
through the entixa body.
Mra. Max Dcreia (toftl vicn pnsnident of Miami BA
B'rilh Women, receives membership awaxdJr0"nDUfll
Sandew. past preeident and counsellor, ato }
luncheon of the women's canonisation MOT'T.hjt l3i
hotel Some 300 ladJee now presentation ofJ^
menorah, aymbed H^^r*"**^4**
ing in large* amount al mean bets an history


TJ^l^n^ridnam
i to Head
On
ganization
.sen. senior at Cora
Hl8h School, was unani-
'.Jcted PK'nt of he
Miami Council of the
L,i. Youth Organization,
ounced hv Sidney Efron-
AM of the board of di-
rirf BBYO. Wednesday,
'^ts of 23 affiliated
BBG teenage chapters
(Sanbership of over 800
*ple.
.!; w"-e held following a
,jf B'nm B'ntn youth on
die East crisis.
jj the Florida State high
tampion in debate, .discus-
l extemporaneous speaking
gs to the National For-
igue.
) to serve with Essen are
wjs vice president; Larry
[treasurer: Warren Binder.
i: Nora Gordon, recording
Past presidents of the
.anSietjel. Henry Schmer-
\h\ Capp were chosen to
council as advisors.
_-_
Peters Increases
Campaign Pace
in Ring for
lission Seat
as many as possible of
pty's more than 300.000
voters is one of any
t'i biggest problems, but
(Chuck> Hall has figured
way to do it." said his
Wednesday.
i a candidate for the coun-
bission from District 5, run-
a platform to "open the
secret commission mcet-
ts eauipped and decorated
obile and trailer as a mo-
ksaign headquarters, com-
i telephones, sound equip-
Herature and other cam-
iterial.
named the Mall mobile, the
[headquarters will enable
ni Beach businessman to
i of Dado's 145 precincts,"
didate explained.
of the importance of
radio and television,
i the best way to tell the
my program is by
I contact." Hall said.
I am District 5 candi-
llht.ui my district, voting
f commissioners is county-
1 certainly the people of
ricts have a right to find
rst-hanrl what kind of a
land what I stand for."
orated veteran of World
(Hall declared "1 will fire
lit the comix commission
_holding secret meetings
'important decisions, then
bloc without public
those circumstance* it
tor the taxpayers to
! 'he representatives
district- thinly" Hall
r Northwestern Uni-
e teacher lives at
ter. Miami Beach,
and daughter,
director of the Miami
of Realtors, and chair-
associate uroup. chair-
"nance and realty divi-
^American Red Croaa,
Miami Beach Multi-
Assn., director of the
* Miami Symphony
n of the American
* hospital fund drive,
'* divisional chairman
^"n'ly Chest and it
eommitteeman.
,ScW/ed f0 Speak
^*rso will preside at
J Pole Zion of Greater
|Tnple EmanuEl Mon-
* Dr- A. J. ishJon, cul-
1mnan- will introduce
*f L Shapiro, of Syra>
; unowned worker in
.Wt movemenL He
""ins and Develop-
fcwish Ubor Move.
Continuing to build firm foundations for hiaaer rrffu .~ n
bined Jewish Appeal are these active worked, j R M'
and Contractors Division shown atVre^t^LS?^?918
LeoGelvan. Raymond Rubin. Munay EE a^denTS
County Commissioner Hugh Pet-
ers has increased the pace of his
campaign for reelection and is
crowding three or more speaking
engagements into his daily sched-
ule.
"I am seeking reelection on my
reeorrt of accomplishments and my
pledge to project them into mv
next four years," Peters has told
audiences at clubs, civic associa-
ations, political groups and cam-
paign workers.
On each occasion Peters has re-
newed his nledce "to launch at
once a $30,000,000 street widening
program in Dade county without
cost to taxpayers or additional cost
to motorists. "The program," he
points out. "will be financed with
self-liquidating bonds, supported
by state secondary gasoline tax
: money."
Peters pointed out that the pro-
gram already has tfie approval of
j the countv commission and offi-
cials of the State Road Depart-
ludge George Hollahan last week ment, Miami and Miami Beach.
On the airport. Peters has em-
phasized that he was a member of
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Sinai Trustees to Meet
Board of trustees of Mount Sinai
.hospital will hold its annual meet-
ing Thursday evening, Apr. 26,
in the hospital dining room at 4300
Alton rd.
'Bar Kochba' Scheduled
Concert featuring the music of
the new American-Jewish opera.
"Bar Kochba," will be given on
Sunday evening, Apr. 22, at Fla-
mingo Park. Singers will also ap-
pear in a group of Jewish and Is-
raeli songs arranged by Ben Yo-
men, conductor and director.
Chase Marks 22nd Hollahan Reveals
Anniversary Appointment Plan
While savings and loan associa-
tions throughout the United States t(,|(
marked their 125th anniversary ,>.._.
this month, Miami Beach's own Z PjKL"! ^ WU,(' Pr
Chase Federal Savings and Loan V u reappor,,on- ^e board of county commissioners
Assn. celebrated its 22nd year of of fho tusefof .R,ePr^entalives that purchased the airport for
existence. LL ,1 1 Leg,sla,ure bV the $3,000,000 "and as a commissioner.
In a television address. Charles i? "* .at 1" now Used for havp bo'>n instrumental in de-
L. Clements, president of Chase | appo,ntment of c,r't judges veloping the airport into one of
cited the similarities of the smali' .. Va"OUS countles- the nation's greatest and one of
beginnings of the present $40 bil- i is Prov'ded in existing ,ne mainstays in the county eco-
lion savings and loan industry with ?,ale law to ** one circu't Judge nomical structure." He told work-
that of Chase. for Pacn 50000 People," Judge prs here that the airport is worth
"In 1934 we opened our first of- Hol,ahan said- $75,000,000 and employs 18.000
fice on Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach." Hollahan feels this established i workers-
he recalled. "Our resources were me,hod will overcome the organ-1 was a memher of the board of
$7,500. Today our total resources izd resistance "to something new countv commissioners that paid
are over $50 million. We now have which our Dade countv legislators 5675.000 for Haulover Beach park,"
four offices in Dade county and face now in attempting a basis Peters recalled. "That was a lot
are the only Federal with offices for fair reapportionment. of money and it took a lot of doing
on both sides of Biscayne Bav." "Under this system Dade county ,0 T'"8 '^k^^!^
The original savings and loan would be entitled to 14 representa "L .? n$ll *?' ^1
borrower got $350 to build a small lives. No county would have less ^ L ?*,f w" 5, TJ*
honP in pP.nirri p. ;- -_ than nn r^,^-,,,,.. .._J__ 1 afford to pay. but fortunately this
to the people of
Col. Nasser Vows
To Consult Mufti
LONDON (JTA) Egypt will
consult with the ex-Mufti of Jeru-
salem, Haj Amin el Hussein, and
other leaders of the Palestine
Arabs in any matters pertaining
to the Palestine Arabs' "rights'"
and on peace negotiation, Egypt's
Premier Col. Carnal Abdel Nasser
told the heads of Saudi Arabia
and Syria at a meeting in Cairo
last month.
This was revealed Wednesday
by the press here which reprint-
ed details of a speech by Col.
Nasser at a secret session with
the Syrian and Saudi Arabian
leaders.
Apr., 'han one representative under this ,
plan rodiii./llnor r ____!-:-_. ill
Of
belongs
population. Dadc forcvcr.<
house in Frankford. Pa., in
1831. "Savings and loan associa- plan regardless
tions now hold one-third of all the i *"* Hollanan-
mortgages on non-farm homes in' "'?"*h,'e' "'* or Judf McCrOTV Seeking
.. ., c ; Hollahan of South Miami, candi- -
theU.S.. Clements pointed out. date for state legislature, group
"For the past 125 years, the sav-jone, arranged by Miami Beach sup-
ings and loan business has safe- Porters was held Wednesday, Apr.
11, at Picciolo's restaurant.
guarded the savings of thrifty
Americans. Savings and loan in-
stitutions have also played a Iead-:Mrs Sau Gene, Mr and Mr; Mor.
mg role in making the United ton Rothenburg. Judge and Mrs.
States a nation of home owners," j Charles Snowden, Mr. and Mrs.
he said. 'Aram P. Goshgarian. Judge and
Clements, a past president of Stegemann. Jes*
the U.S. Savings and Loan League,
which
Reelection Here
William L. "Bill" McCrory is
seeking return to the office which
he served as chief deputy constable
Among those attending were Mr. I from July, 1949 to 1953 and acting
and Mrs. Hank Meyer, Mr. and \ constable from
( Weiss and Leon McCaskill.
August, 1953 to
1954.
During this period, he personal-
ly handled three-fourths of all civil
cases and the greater part of the
criminal cases, his supporters said
Wednesday.
"McCrory's election to the office
is sponsoring the national 0ejjer# Qarj par1y 0f constable would insure the vot-
observance of the 125th anniver-1 ers of the fifth district of Dade
sary, displayed a mosaic tile plaque B nai B ri,n Women ()f Miami county that he is familiar with his
of the house on which the original SLhT f"X Z^ F72L **S ,hat he is Ioyal and e0Md"
. _. u .,, Thursday noon. Apr. 26. at the entious, that he will devote all
loan was made. The frame build-l home of Mrs. Henry Wolf.son. 1665 his time to the job and that he is
qualified by experience," they said.
ing still stands in Philadelphia. 'S. Miami ave.
Announce Two Million Dollar Gifts at Meeting
Abraham Feinberg. chairman of library, which at present contains : members, and is under the leader-
the board of trustees of Brandeis ( 100.000 volumes, represents the ship of Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg.
University, addressed a large | achievement of the efforts of more j Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
crowd of top Miami leaders at a than 50,000 members of the nation- leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
Brandeis centennial fund dinner al women's committee.
recently in the Seville hotel. He | Greater Miami chapter of the
was introduced by Dr. Stanley committee numbers close
Frehling. chairman of the Brandeis
University club of Greater Miami.
Feinberg announced a million
dollar grant from Lewis S. Rosen-
stiel, founder of Schenley, Indus-
tries, Inc., and chairman of the
board. Feinberg also announced
another million dollar benefaction
for the establishment of a new
library by Jack Goldfarb. New
York industrialist and philanthro-
pist and Fellow of Brandeis Uni-
versity.
Dorothy and Lewis S. Rosenstiel
Foundation was established in 1944
by Rosenstiel and his late wife.
The grant from the Foundation
will be used to establish what will I
be known as the Dorothy Rosen- i
stiel Research Center, for basic!
research of biochemistry with spe-
cific reference to glandular dis-|
orders.
Largest previous single gift
Brandeis has received was $662,000
from the Ford Foundation.
Feinberg emphasized that the
million dollar grant from Goldfarb
will underwrite the construction of
a new library on campus, to even-
tually contain 800^00 volumes. The
gave the invocation. Mrs. Alexan-
der Kogan was reservations chair-
to 900 man.
Miss Susan Brandeis, daughter of late United States Supreme
Court Justice Louis Dembita Brandeia, diacusaes programs of
Brandeia Univsraity at Waltham. Mass., with Lawrence A.
Wien, chairman of Brandeia centennial committee. Brandeis
dub of Greater Miami held its centennial dinner here Apr. 4.
Learn to Dance
Childon Adults
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Children 3
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RE-EM.ECT
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Your
Justice of Peace
DISTRICT NO. 3
Faithfully serving her Dis-
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hearing over 7,000 civil
and criminal cases.
ON HER FINE RECORD
IS PROOF OF HER
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OtD FOLKS GAMK 1,000 PHWKS
Aged Home Residents Assist Drive
.
One of the most heart-warming and touching episodes comtel out
of big commumtv rally sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal
was revealed last week by officials o! the Jewish Homo for the A
Just prior to the CiUru Assembly at the Miami Beach auditorium
hero, a Resident* Council was quickly organized at the home ior
the purpose oi cpll< rJV ,.
A^otal of 1.000 peni IfS!
whose average age was 78. and wl b u :\ 'JV
Part in the MM crucial canrp i *W"} -
One 83 voarold resident cont. ing received from
his work at the Sheltered Workshop '' "'tfv
During the spontaneous outpou- **"*
test week, the modestly announced pfi ol the Jewish Home for the
i residents easily captured the heart- and minds of the ovaraou
3U Assisting the Council in their laudable project M Leonard Horn
nov a supervisor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
" Highest praise was accorded the devoted group of aged nsMtau
1 I tbe Kurman, president of the Home.
' The Jewish Home for tl, one of the most progressive and
modern institutions ol its k.nd in the Southis a major bCMfll
,.i the Combined Jewish tones!_______
Miami '
"n Beth i
Irs .Wei,
isCjy
mann, i^^H
R;sh, s rwitrihutiol
land lore
Checking progress of B'nai B'rith "Get-Out-Vote" drive are
(left to right) committee members Gerald Franklin. Milton A.
Friedman and chairman Ed Klein.
'War Babies' of 40s to be Building
In Ws-With Money from Savings
By the mid U60's, the "war
babies" of the 40's will
oft "ti their own. siting mai
starting careen and families.
This will bring about such a de-
mand for houses that the current
building boon will look like a
playing with block
This is the opinion of Charles
I clement ent of chase
, ral Savings I in Aasa
Is, turnpikes, sew i ra
Where is the monej for these fs
cihtii i oma from? whether
it s ;, home mortgage, or a bond
issue, the basic source is from the
savings ol the people.
"The k J to the whole problem
lies in the people'! en ini h it's
Ugl and loan institution
Ifl mlng John Smith 510.000 to fi
Financing home buildii "' Has mortgage on his new
itude poses a problem tli it is
even now worrj i ment
-is. The l S. Savings &
Loan .\ssii-.. because thej will be
the principal underwriters m this
unprecedented boom, are e\en
more worried.
Well aware of this future crisis.
home, or the biggest insurance
company in the is underwriting
a $10,000,000 bond issue the capi-
tal stems from the same source:
savings," Clements explained.
The LeagueTommittee tentative
ly has scheduled another meeting
the U.S. Savings and Loan League fa June. More data on the subject
composed Of representatives of W| ^ availab|e ,hen Bu, for
the savings and loan association- __
b. ......j another 10 or 15 years, the prob-
has formed a committee to .study '
the problems this ooaatag boom 'lem is going to be, as Clements re
Will engender Miami Beach fi- marked, "fascinating."
nancier Clement- |g a member of ----------------------------
this committee T lamrmtt Men Attend
Returning last week from the r
second meeting of this group the COffiOO Ifl Beliaire
first was in Washington in Feb Philip Friedman. 8226 Crespi
ruary. the second in Chicago blvd.. Sanford Whitehouse. 945 NE
Clements said that "I've been in 123 st., Charles Mandelstam. 670
tl e mortgage business for 30 years, NE 77th st.. representatives of the
but this is the most fascinating Metropolitan Life Insurance Corn-
problem in economics I've ever en- pany. were in Bellaire. Fla.. last
HONOREDAt a testimonial dinner thin week to philanthrop-
ist Stephen Klein (center), Dave Levinson, Algiers hotel co-
owner (left), receives appreciation plaque from Torah Schools
of Israel f or his efforts on behalf of 76.000 children in the
schools from Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El.
.George Kronensul
elected president of
! lodge. B'nai B'rith
serving .. vicepr^
man of the Ant
League committee.
I Other officers electei a
M. Fink, prcsident-tita!!
Daniel \\ Broad. In,,*]
and Charles Wcinbern-
dents. Harrj Milton Laar]
mg secretary; JoMph ft
treasurer.
Edwin Marger. fin
tary; Michael
raham Swartz, asnttafl
Nathan Ku-hin. warder, j
Golds from, guardian.
Trustees are Bamttt!
Allen Goldberg,
Jack August, Paul Seid
old Turk. William _
vin Hell man and SamTl
Plans arc being ma
lation of officers on
ning. Ma) ti, at theSaxoaf]
Kronen ;old is now i
dent of th'.' lodge and
of the Anti Defamatim'l
committee He is a'o|
the B'nai B'rith Anti-D
League Council for
and a past president of I
: Neighbor lodge of B'na*1
New York.
George Talianoff cB
toastmaster Siegfried i
present the retiring pr
sin with a plaque in
body.
Englander Slaps
Private Hearings
Justice of the Peace candidate
countered."
The greater percentage of the
money to back these future homes
is going to have to come from
mortgages "And where is the
mortgage money to come from?
From the people's savings. That
is the crux of the matter,'' Clem-
ents points out.
week for a three-day conference
with officials of the company at
the Belleview Biltmorc hotel.
These men, who are connected
with the Metropolitan office in
Miami Shores, had high sales and
service record in 1953 and are
among the top-ranking members of
the Metropolitan's staff of 22.000
field representatives in the United
"Besides homes, we're going to States and Canada.
the Dominican Republic, Mexico,
Panama and Puerto Rico.
Oklahoma' Slated at Salute
To Latin American HaH'taai
Richard Rodger s' "Oklahoma"
will be part of the University of
: Miami symphony orchestra's salute
! Melvin Englander lashed out at the to Latin America to open the sec-
practice of conducting court cases ond annual Miami Festival of Mu-
in the private law offices of an sic May 9 in the Orange Bowl.
elected official at a large meeting] Played by 100 musicians. "Okla-
of volunteer workers Wednesday horaa" will include a spectacular
' at his Normandy Isle campaign presentation on the world's largest
headquarters ; stage, according to E. E. (Ernie)
"It is neither ethical nor prudent Seiler, Orange Bowl impresario. It
in my opinion to conduct justice will climax a pop concert con-
of the peace hearings m the at- ducted by John Bitter,
mosphere of an attorney's own of-1 Eight symphony numbers will
fice suite and I pledge to establ.sh ^ jn,erspersed by visiting guest
completely separate offices," Eng- jT .
lander told his followers. lingers, dancers and instrumental
Campaign chairman Milton Sir-1U th'S w rePresent,nS Cuba-
kin. president of the Lincoln Road
Assn.. said "Englander's announc-
ed stand in favor of a more central
location for the JP court within
the Filth District is praiseworthy''
I "Although LincoJn rd. undoubt-
edly is more convenient for the
attorneys and some businessmen,
the majority of persons who must
utilize the offices of the justice of
the peace live north of the road,"
Englander said.
I "The vist growth of Golden
Beach. Golden Shores. Sunny Isles
Bal Harbour. Bay Harbor talanriV
Indian Creek Village, North Bay
Village. Surfside and the northern
area of Miami Beach itself make
the population center of the Fifth
District well to the north of Lin
coin rd., the former president
of the Beach Jaycees said.
Englander's civic record, in ad-
dition to his leadership of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce, in-
cludes election to the top position
in his fraternal order, a key role
I in the speakers' bureau of Israel
Bonds, service as an officer of Beth
.J*\ob Congregation and chairman
: ship of numerous "el-oul-tbe-vote j
'drives and rallies.
J
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SPRING
Cleaning Sped
BLANKET
Beautifully
Dry Cleaned
A Wrapped In
SAethpreef
Cellophane For
AdcH 10c
Richard (Dick) Taylor (seated) discusses his campaign for
county solicitor in the May race. Looking on (left) is Joseph
Malek. local attorney and Taylor's Miami Beach manager.
Beach commirteeman Perry Rivkind smiles his approval.
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Tifereth Israel Names Officers
*V
Officers and board members
were elected at a recent congrega-
tion meeting to serve Tifereth Is
rael Norttiside Center for the com-
ing year. Elected were:
Marshall H. Comis, president;
Dr. Morton Terry, first vice presi-
dent; Leon Goldberg, second vice
president; Nate Rosenberg, treas-
urer; Robert Felberg, financial sec-
retary.
Howard Roth, recording secre-
tary; Al Kurzban, corresponding
-ctri'tary; Harry Pilchick, sergeant-
|at-arms; Jacob Meyer and Morris
Laster, gaboim.
Board members are Harry Alex-
ander, Leo Freeman, Herman Gold-
farb, Jack Goodman, James Har-
ris. Cantor Albert Glantz, Ernest
Isersori, Herman K. Kutun, Freder-
ich H. Mayer, Theodore Pearlstein,
Irving Querido and Harry Zucker-
man.
1
* f i
PACK CANCER KITSGirl Scouts
419 are shown "hows" and
I' ol packing kits for 7,000 American
r Society volunteers who marched on
[Apr. 17 in their annual doorto-door
hive. Shown (left to right) axe Betty
12825 SW 7th ave.; Sharla Rohan, 2431
SW 16th ct.; Gail Smilan, 40 SW 58th ct;
Marilyn Imber, 2324 SW 16th ct.; Andrea
Warshaw. 3070 SW 19th St.; Gail Lazarus,
2150 SW 15th St.; Judy Baker, 440 SW 29th
rd.; and Audrey Davidson of the Dade coun-
ty unit of the American Cancer Society.
leet Site of
Discussion
{ export* will diseuM
the Ideal Parent-ChlM
Lp" on Tuesday evening,
tthe PTA mooting of the
lAcartemy. Mrs. Miriam
iff, president, announced,
mil be held at the Ritz
I
U consist of two stu-
ent.nt! the ninth grade,
ent and Harvey Finkel-
two students of the
it. Michael Kesnick and
IZemel. Miami Beach at-
I parent of two Academy
[will discuss the problem
wit's viewpoint. Mrs.
looig. instructor at the
will present the tcach-
M.
enberg. Miami Beach
and member of the
emy staff, will also
pmel as an expert.
filter H. Beckman, of
County Juvenile and
art. will be moderator.
[the business portion of
ng. Mrs. Samuel Wolfe,
[ol the nominating com-
"lpre*ent th<> slate of of-
Ithe coming year. Mrs.
ich, parliamentarian, will
'newly amended corMi
I ppn>val.
wander S. Cross, princi-
produce the topic. Chair-
evening will be Mrs.
nhouse.
(Device Stops
Ws in Child
Massachusetts physi-
I*1 "P a firm in Miami
*ure a device used in
"resis, or chronic bed-
(is Dr. Harry B. Bern-
i_Curtone company is at
[ J ave., Miami.
P a terrific problem
"* Parents." Dr. Bem-
Md. "Children who
1 *et the bed after the
r re classified as enur-
vast majority of casea,
F ti du^ to the fact
IMve never been able to
"i* stimulus of a full
' Wakening.
ems curtone includes
IT0. tWo P'Pces of wire
V ox that looks like a
iJT contain"ng better-
Lf aw"all green light.
J Msed on develop-
"Jhontd r,flex jn the
kiTU* a drP of water
2' ?>'" starts to
In ke box at ,he
f1* Patient wakens im-
goes through four
*n)*te.n says. For
,m,C.nl'nues wetting
W frequency. Then
**en m response to
.Jj bout ten days.
"* Urm ig removed.
"A lot of terxitoiy to cover," says Miami CJA chairman Harry
Gordon Q.) indicating location of prospects in Southwest sec-
tion. Veteran workers ready to conduct door-to-door solicita-
tion are Maurice Hyman, Al Lev and Oscar Zeltzer. Gordon
said more volunteers are urgently needed to help finish the
drive.
Dag Told Peace
Will Depend Upon
Suez Blockade
Continued from Page A
act" and also insisted that the
wording of the Security Council
resolution, which is Mr. Hammarsk-
jold's present mandate, "entitles
the governments concerned to
raise with you, under your terms
of reference, the question of any
existing infringement of the provi-
sions of the existing general arpii-
stjee agreement."
"I would be grateful," Ben Gu-
rion said, "if you could ascertain
whether their readiness to under-
take the full implementation of the
general armistice agreement signi-
fies that they no longer consider
Christie Seeks
Reelection Here
Judge Francis J. Christie is seek-
ing reelection as justice of the
peace in District 2.
Christie this week said he is
seeking reelection on his record
which includes "full-time service
to the post and experience gained
in hearing more than 6,600 crim-
inal and civil cases."
"I sat with Judge Raymond G.
Nathan of the Dade county small
claims court during 1954 and 1955
and in that capacity heard more
than 1,700 civil cases alone," the
candidate explained. "This was
without compensation or additional
cost to the taxpayers."
The incumbent is a native Miam-
ian, a graduate of the University
Of Miami, an Air Force service-
man during World War II and
gained his law degree in 1949 at
Stetson University.
, Egypt to be at war with Israel, as
. they have claimed to be before the
Security Council."
After making that point, Ben
Gurion told Hammarskjold: F
should also like to be informed
whether they realize that the ob-
servance of the general armistice
agreement obligates them to dis-
continue the closing of the Suez
Canal to. Israeli ships and to desist
from other forms of interference
with Israeli shipping."
Engel Addresses
Southeast Confab
Atlanta chapter of the American
Jewish Committee was host to
that organization's first Southeast
area conference Apr. 17 and 18 at
the Biltmore hotel, Atlanta.
Irving M. Engel, New York, na-
tional president of the American
Jewish Committee, was honor
guest and feature speaker at the
dinner Saturday night.- Ralph Mc-
Gill, editor of the Atlanta Consti-
tution, was luncheon speaker
on Sunday. Robert H. Ferst. of
Atlanta, was general chairman of
the conference, which was attended
by members from Alabama, Flor-
ida and Georgia.
Among those atting the conven-
tion were Seymour Samet, Mi-
ami, area director; Harold Murray,
director of chapter activities; Max
Birnbaum. national educational
educational consultant; Ed Lukas,
counsellor; and Ed Newman, of the
national staff.
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FOR JUSTICE Of PEACE
DISTRICT 2
RICHARD M. "DICK"
McIVER
A Qualified Mimmi Attorney
Interested in Public Service
Member ol
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA AMERICAN
BAR ASSOCIATIONS
RICHARD M. McIVER
CANDIDATE FOR
Justice of the Peace
DISTRICT TWO
* Practicing Attornay.
* Graduate University of Miami
law School.
* Veteran World War II, Rvserve
Officer, U.S. Army.
* Married, Two Children.
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS-l266
PLATFORM-
For Better Service
-* Immediate investigation of all
deaths occurring under cir-
cumstances that require in-
quests by this office.
* That he will Mideovor to ha
available at all times to issue
Peace Warrants, and set
Peace Beads.
ft To hold night court twke a
week to accommodate work-
ing people that find it a hard-
ship to attend day court.
W. Flagler St.. Phoat FB 4-4504
PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 8th
(Prt. Pol. Adv.)


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Academy Students
Mark Anniversary
Assembly in h 6p ol the e
.1 the St. te ol Israel
! I Mon.lay morning in the
}lelJHL\c;inVmy ;nnUtoruiiii.
sMEh grade pupils of Mie
\xmV nn presented .1 playlet
written in
Hebrew hy H.m> IVrach. instruc-
tor ;it the Academy.
student- who participated were.
Sarah Glli, BUM Kats, SU
Kimmei. Eileen Nussbaum, San
lord Reinhard, Carl Sonntag, Dor-
othy Naness, Jean Kaufman, Ste-
phen Magida and Sheldon Cmient
Fnx
Sis*punk
For Const J*
Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial Slated
Workmen's Circle Branch 692.
its women's club and the Y. L.
Peretz School of Miami Beach will
hold a memorial meeting Sunday-
evening at the Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington ave.
The program will be devoted to
the memory of the six million Jews
killed by the Nazis and to the
glorification of the heroes who
fought in the Warsaw Ghetto bat-
tle.
Text for the memorial has been
compiled from authentic docu-
Israel Bond chairmen of Labor Zionist
groups in Greater Miami plan for a com-
munity-wide rally they will hold in May in
honor of Israel's eighth anniversary. Left
to right are Solomon Halperin. Ben Gurion
Branch of Farband; Mrs. Eva Kahn. Golda
Meyerson club of Pioneer Women; Mrs.
Una Mintzea, Pioneer Women club 2; Mr.
Joshua Z. Stadlan, Farband Bialilc branch;
Dr. A. I. Ishlon (seated), president of the
Labor Zionist Assembly; Mayshie Fried-
berg, Poale Zion; Mrs. Sophia Kranz, Pio-
neer Women club 1; Mrs. Sophia Seeman,
Tikva club of Pioneer Women; and M.
Seeman, Ben Gurion branch. Not pictured
are Mrs. Sarah Goldman. Kadima club of
Pioneer Women; Mrs. Paul Berlin. Coral
Gables club of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Ida
Book span, Pioneer Women's Council.

Sistrunk was
Shenll'. Office f~."I
was chief depot/
(Sonny, Mender*,:
deputy sheriff j
for one year ^
Spotswood Befaw
enforcement, he wu
can Bakeries for le
Sistrunk is marriJ
\ E- E- ShtrW
Beach Police DepajZj
an Shrunk. s,udtlll
Jackson He is a en-
FBI National Aeadw,
ber of the Dade Con
Police Assn. He it (
Couirtyj
The Big Payoff'
To Pick Winners
"The Big Payoff" heads for Mi-
ami Beach Apr. 30 when the pro-.
menis and extensive literature of gram will spend that week tele-
.lewish martyrology by Joseph casting here. The entire crew
Duntov, civic leader and secretary models, million dollars fashions.
ol the Southern District of the stars and technicianswill present
Workmen's Circle. the dailv mink-coa* nuiz from the
Narrator- will OS Joseph B.rn- Miami Beach auditorium,
baum. Duntov. David Rossi, Mr- Traveling is a complicated pro-
Shoabano Spector and Dr. Isaac cess for "The Big Payoff" becausa
l hterman. Cantor Maurice Mam- 0f its extremely large staff. Stars
ches and Mrs. Irving Nelson will include Bess Myerson. enttess;
resent the musical part of the Randy Merriman. host; Betty Ann
program.
Crave, vocahst; Mort Lawrence,
announcer; and four of New York's
leading model-
PiCQG5 lQT Five Prmcesses W1" he sheeted
IV.UJV.J I Mil in a gtae.wjdc contest to appear
in Miami Beach through the facili-
f0r ,h^KS'aoeD r '. ^'"f'age is eligible for nomination a, a absence to join the rotation
vacated by ft B. Gaut.er. Jr., out-, ^ winners ^ ^ paid laboratory of the University of
lined his platform, giving as one f H ne(W()rk Livermore An OC-
it hi< main objectives the abolish- _____,,_ ^aiuorruu ut ujvwnnuie. nnuu
Eaton Pledges Fair
Dade Tax Return
jbjecti
rnent of the Milk Commission, re-
viaioo of the outmoded State con-
s'itution. elimination of "secret"
KSftioaa of the Senate, and reap-
portionment.
models and receive a complete .
wardrobe as a bonus. knowledged expert m the field
The Big Payoff" is moving to; <* numerical analysis. Dr. Low-
Florida to commemorate the 150th an will be identified with Cali-
anniversary of Colgate-Palmolive
_ _. Company, sponsor of the program.
Eaton, former Circuit Court; '' "~
judge and assistant state's attor-
Judges selected 13 contestants
ney. said Wednesday he feels "that as finalists. These were given a
iree enterprise and competition public preview on Alec Gibson's
are the basis of our economy and show over WTVJ during the past,
the M.Ik Commission, which was week. Then the public will ballot! aPPhcatlon8 of nuclear ftn9Y
purely an emergency measure, out-! to name the five princesses | to propulsion,
lived its purpose 10 years ago."
Eaton further stated that Flor-
ida's present constitution must be
revised and brought up-to-date.
"Among the many parts of the
constitution that must be amended
is the section that permits the
senate to lock its doors and hold
secret sessions. It is my conviction
that every citizen of Florida has a
right to know how his elected of-
ficials work and vote." Eaton said.
In pledging to fight for a fairer
tax distribution, which he consid-
ers of primary importance in the
next legislative session, Eaton said:
"The lion's share of the $470,000.
000 state budget for the 1955-57
period is paid by Dade county citi-
zens. We must use every method
possible to get a fair return for
our investment in order to build
the roads, bridges and schools that
we need so badly. A 'politics-as-
Usual' approach is not enough. As
your senator. I pledge an attitude
of cooperation with, rather than
appeasement of the senators from
the small counties."
Sparkling new "Miss Miami Beach" Marcia Valibus wears
her crown and banner as she picks the Parkview bland home
she would choose as her own. Left is Jack S. Mintzer, devel-
oper ol Miami Beach's last remaining tropical acreage with
$20,000 party-row homes containing free GE dishwasher, free
air conditioning and heating and other features. With them
are deft to right) engineers Leonard Dublin, president Marshall
H. Berkson and Thomas H. Gerard, of Miami Air Conditioning
Co.. whose Chrysler AirTemp units in Parkview Island homes
mark Chrysler's biggest installation in the Soulh. Model home
is now on display.
Maylayan Lounge
In New Policy
Starting a new summer policy,
the Malayan restaurant. 1810 79th
st. causeway. Miami, is now serv-
ing full course dinners. There has
been no change in prices, but ad-
ditional courses have been added
to the steak and shlshkabob din-
ners, which have been a feature
of the Malayan lounge.
Now in its fifth year, the Ma-
layan has been Miami's "home of
Calypso entertainment," featuring
authentic Caribbean area dancers,
singers and musicians, most of
whom have made their American
' debuts at the Malayan Lounge.
Headlining the present show is
I the Mighty Panther, the Calypso
Dr. Arnold N. Lowan, professor 1 king of Trinidad, making his first
of physics at Yeshiva Univecsi-1 Florida appearance. He features
1 dozens of his original songs, as
well as extemporaneous verses he
composes vocally, inspired by pa-
trons at the Malayan.
Bahama Mama, dancer of Nas-
sau, is now in her fourth year as
a Malayan feature. Also, there are
Richard's Calypso band from the
Virgin Islands and Tany Roman,
singer and dancer from Puerto
Rico. Open till 2 a.m.. there's no
cover or minimum st the Malayan.
Dancing and entertainment are
continuous.
fornia's important national se-
curity project dealing with the
design of new nuclear and
thermonuclear weapons and
Spiritual leader Honored
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center and Sisterhood will jointly
sponsor an open house in honor
of Rabbi and Mrs. Boris Rackovsky
on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The
function will be held in the spiri-
tual leader's new home at 1121
E. 7th ct., Hialeah. In charge of
information are Mrs. Max Gold-
stein and Mrs. Ada Roseman, co-
chairmen. .
Parkview Island
Town Houses are
Going Very Fast
Florida's first-time Town House
now on display at Parkview Island,
Miami Beach, drew a record 4,000
visitors when the first model home
was opened to the public.
Instant sale of 12 homes on open-
ing day is believed to be almost un-
precedented in real estate history.
Not since the Florida boom, said
realtors this week, has such activi-
ty taken place at one site.
Architects for the unusual devel-
opment are Robert and Leonard H.
Glasser, who adapted the northern
town house to tropical living.
Luxury features of the new
homes included in the $19,990
price are central sir-conditioning
and northern heating from the 3
ton Chrysler AirTemp unit, built-
in GE dishwasher-dryer, built-in
wall ovens and stoves, ceramic tile
bathrooms with built-in lavatory
nd vanity, Southern Maid birch-
wood kitchen cabinets with ham-
mered copper, floor-to-ceiling slid
ing glass doors leading into a land-
scaped patio, master bedroom with
private balcony and lavish closets
including a walk-in.
Slightly higher In price will be
the dock front homes, said Jack S.
Mintier, whose Bruce Construction
Co. is building the development
The Mintzer family recently ac-
quired the last remaining acreage
on Parkview Island. Miami Beach's
tropical island located on Indian
Creek Just off 7Jrd at
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Hus'tallation of Greater Miariit'-AabfilnicK-As^n. ate standing (rear
Ir'and Mrs. Morton Malavsky and-R{jfcfc>i.and Mrs. Abraham Cassel.
4fear row) are Rabbi and Mr. Simon AprirT Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrincn. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
f Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky. Seated (middle row) are Rabbi
cS. T. Swirsky, Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Okolica, Rabbi and Mrs. Abra-
mSH SUCCEEDS RABBI LEHRMAN
ham Herson Rabbi David Shapiro. Rabbi and Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz, Rabbi and
Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Hahfci and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg and Rabbi Morris
bkop. Seated (bottom) are Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor Stern. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Rabbi Louis Cassel. Miss S. Sincofi. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot and Mrs.
Morris Skop.
lical Association Installs Officers at Ceremonies Here
,.Kroni.sh. spiritual leader of Temple
,ws installed president of the Greater
al Assn. at ceremonies in the Mar-
xist week.
ton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual
i installed to the post of secretary. They
kbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-F.i,
iident; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
ICoBtgoinc secretary.
on April, of the Miami Hebrew School
tton, was chairman of the event. Dr.
Temple Israel rabbi emeritus and
' of the Rabbinical Assn., gave the
invocation.
Also on the program were Rabbi Morris Skop.
Coral Gables Jewish Center, president of the Florida
State Rabbinical Assn.; Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth
David Congregation; Rabbi Tibor Stern, Beth Jacob;
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El; and Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center.
Rabbi Lehrman was installing officer and main
speaker of the evening, with new president Rabbi
Kronish responding. Receiving plaques for service
as past presidents were Rabbi Lehrman and Rabbi
April, the latter having served in 1954.
ftytis final Session m Adult Courses
!tw of Beth David
lilt Jewish Studies
day -under the ai-
Iftftbbt Yaakov G. Roseii-
Heor Discussion
dories of William
be discussed at a
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?Apr. 28. Meeting
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gregation.
Courses offered include elemen-
tary Hebrew, Siddur, reading and
content, pathways through the
Bible, the Zionist movement and
modern Israel, problems of the
modern Jewish parent and Judaism
as a way of life.
Serving on the faculty staff in
addition to Rabbi Ksenb#ri< arc-
Louis Gadon, Isado're Dickman, Dr.
J. J. HurwitZ/*nd ..Seymour Lab
man.
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Orr Raps Legal
Gambling Extension
Continued opposition to any ex-
tension of legalized gambling any-
where in Florida was pledged last
week by State Representative John
B. Orr, Jr., candidate for reelection
to the State House of Representa
tives. Group 2.
Orr stressed his position in a
series of talks he gave throughout
Dade county and in a live tele-
vision appearance. "I am firmly
convinced," he declared," that al-
lowing legalized gambling to
spread within the State would be
of definite harm to the people of
Florida."
Also included in his plans. On-
said, is an expanded and medern-
ized mental health program. "We
must give Florida's lorgotten peo-
ple their place in the sun," he
said.
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
311 Washington Avt.. M. B.
Phones: JE S-2205 JE 1-1969
Floridian Hotel Will
Cater to the Retired
Another famous plush Miami
Beach landmark has been added
to the growing list of hotels which
will cater to the needs of the re-
tired and elderly citizens, with the
acquisition of the 11-story Flor-
idian hotel. 540 West ave.. through
a $1,000,000 lease and sale culmin-
ated here by a group of Mi-
ami Beach civic leaders.
Michael Sossin, executive direc-
tor of the new group and former
administrator of the Boulevard ho-
tel, said here that it is the inten-
tion of his group to make the Flor-
idian a "city within a city" for
senior citizens.
He further reported that "our
plans call for providing top accom-
odations and three meals a day to
these individuals for less than $25
per week on a year round basis.
We also will establish a clinic
which will have available a doctor
and two nurses who will be on call
at all times."
Beautifully landscaped, the
grounds surrounding the famed
hostelry will also feature such
sports as horse-shoe pitching, shuf-
fule board, table tennis and other
sports which might interest the
elderly citizen.
Associated with Sossin in the
acquisition of the property through
lease and sale are George J. Bert-
man, realtor, philanthropist and
civic leader, and Howell Edwin
Sayre. who has long pioneered for
better facilities for the aged.

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safety quickly permanent!"
NEW SHORT WAVE SYSTEM
Electrolysis Specialists
Ictty ieon ftUmlin Ml 4-4961
Veterans Will be Feted
Norman Bruce Brown Post Aux-
patients in Ward 17 of Veterans
hospital at Coral Gables Saturday
evening. Mrs. Sidney Bergman is
iliary 174 will hold a party for chairman of the affair.
VOTE FOR
AND ELECT
JOHNSON I
Davis
TO
YOUR LEGISLATURE
Group #1
CIVIC LEADER
"MORE AND BETTER ROADS
WITHOUT NEW TAXATION"
PULL LEVER 14 A
108,642 People
Visited Dade County Parks
Last Weekend
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a LEADING rule
jilt building and
improving onr
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are rated the
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Bin Investment Firms Look Askance at Our Foreign Pclxy
Dig I imaimcm i niiw i.vv ^ Wall strN.
The attitude taken by Presi-
dent Eisenhower and Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles in re-
fusing arms to Israel "for the
time being" is beginning to wor-
ry Wall Street. Big investment
firms are evaluating the Ameri-
can stand on the Arab-Israel prob-
lem from the point of view of
basic American interests in the
Middle East. And they come to
the conclusion that the welfare
of the ordinary American citizen.
as well as the value of his person-
al investments and the peace of
this country, will be affected un-
less the present U.S. policy with
regard to Israel is changed.
One investment firm, analyzing
the United States and British
stand in Israel, asserts that a
British-American "sell-out" of Is-
rael is now in preparation. It es-
tablishes the existence of a three-
point plan aimed at "scuttling"
Israel, and it warns that, unless
reversed by dramatic new devel-
opments, this plan points to the
partition and crippling of Israel
as a state. The three-point scheme
on which the State Department
is allegedly workim* lok.s, ac-
cord to the analysis, like this
First, isolate Israel morally in
world opinion; second, ship of-
fensive weapons to the Arabs
while refusing defensive weap-
ons to Israel, thus making sure
that Arab power is overwhelm
ing; third, step in to "mediate"
the Arab-Israel dispute, forcing
Israel to make major territorial
concessions. ^^
In the opinion of Wall Street
experts, the moral isolation of
Israel was achieved very largely
after the United Natrons' recent
censure of Israel without a single
dissenting vote at the UN Securi-
ty Council. This censure against
Israel for silencing Syrian artil-
lery that had fired across the
border on Israel citizens is con-
sidered in Wall Street circles as
quite unjustified. It is pointed
out that there was no censure of
Syria for firing on Israel civilian
fishermen. Also that there was
no United Nations censure of
Egypt fbr its anti-Israel blockade
carried on openly for years in the
face of two UN orders to desist.
As to the second step in the
British-American anti-Israel con-
nonor in & mru
OOD
Singapore's Chief Minister Marshall
Singapore
David Marshall. Chief Minister
of Singapore, the son of Mcsopo-
tamian Jews who migrated to this
British Crown Colony half a cen-
tury ago. is today the man to
watch in Southeast A-ui. If he
can guide his tiny island to self-
government within the British
Commonwealth and prevent her
population. 80 percent Chinese,
lrom succumbing to the siren-
calls of Peking. Communism will
have been dealt a major blow in
this part of the world.
Convalescing from a severe
bout with influenza. Marshall had
been incommunicado for Mb,
not only to the public but to the
members of his own government.
Thus we were delighted when his
brother. Dr. Meyer Marshall, in-
vited us on a routine medical call
to the Chief Minister's oceansuie
retreat at Changi.
It was dusk as we sped out nf
the city across Singapore Island
and past the "No Visitors. Please"
signs The Chief Minister, who in
appearance reminds one of the
late Justice Louis D. Brandcis,
welcomed us into his green-
walled, garden-like living room.
He was wearing an old green
sweater over a "T" shirt. Nine
hectic months in office have
greyed his great mane of hair
and put deep rings under his
eyes. He moved and talked slow-
ly, like a fighter conserving his
strength.
Politics is a new life for David
Marshall. A year ago he was
preoccupied with the most lucra-
tive criminal law practice in Sin-
gapore. An eligible bachelor of
46. he had boundless energy for
nightlife and loved the company
of bright people. But when in
April. 1956. Singaporeans were
permitted for the first time to
elect a majority of the members
of their legislative assembly.
Marshall decided to stand for of-
fice and joined other non-Com-
munist under the loose label
"Labour Front." His greatest am-
bition then was to be a minority
gadfly to a Conservative govern-
ment. But to the amazement of
everyone, including himself, the
Labour Front emerged as the
largest single bloc in the Assem-
bly and the Governor called on
Marshall to be the first Chief
Minister of Singapore.
Marshall is the only Jew out-
side Israel now holding the high-
est political office in his country.
When we asked whether his
religion had been a political dis-
advantage, Marshall smiled v ry-
ly. "I used to feel it was against
me to be a Jew. Slowly I've come
to think my position is miracul-
ously unique. The Chinese know
I can't be bought, and they re-
spect me for it. The Malays, who
are Moslems, say Marshall is a
fine man even though he's a Jew.'
There was no anti-Semitism in
the election. If I am big enough
for the job, Iwho represent no
racial constituencyam the ideal
man for it."
in mil hi #;. hit
Israeli Actress Signed by Hollywood
Hollywood
Ziva Shapir. who recently ar-
rived in Hollywood, is the first
Israeli actress to be signed to a
long-term deal with a major mo-
tion picture studio. Now under
contract to Universal-Internation-
al Pictures, the sultry beauty is
making her American screen
debut on a loan out to Bel-Air
Productions, in ''Pharaoh's
Curse," a medium-budgeted opus
currently before the camera and
scheduled for realease by United
Artists.
Miss Shapir, whose real name
is Ziva Blackman, is a brown-eyed
21-year-old Sabra. with a face
very much like Ava Gardner's.
Born in Haifa, the daughter of a
mathematics professor, she first
went to the United States in 1948
to enter Kirkwood High School in
St. Louis. Ziva's professional ca-
reer is a fabulous success story.
pert*
that even before the
Russian shipments of jet planes
tanks and submarines to Egypt,
an imbalance in Arab-lsracl pow
er alignment has been created by
the sale of British and American
weapons to the Arabs. The "me-
diation" offerthe third step in
the planwill, according to the
Wall Street analyaia, be made to
Israel after massively armed
Arab armies, which are now be-
ing poised on Israels borders,
start their invasion.
The sensttivtty developing in
Wall Street over Washington's
refusalunder pressure of Am-
erican oil interests in the Art*
countriesto seU arms to Israel
has been indicated during the
last few weeks also in some Wall
Street publications. However, the
analvsis made now says quite
openly that the present policy of
the State Department will under
the best of circumstances lead to
the eventual loss of the Middle
East to Communism. It can also,
in the opinion of the Wall Street
experts, lead to graver conse-
quences: the niaisairr of the la.
raeli population and the out-
break of atomic war.
These experts find it "hard to
understand" why the State De-
partment is maintaining its pres-
ent pro-Arab and anti-Urael pc'i-
cy.
Frld
ay,
ON THE
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MOftl SA'IO
are
HANM HA1AZ
. "aneMphmiztd tirt'
VI W I LASKY
y MMjMtY MHsOLlN
SA'IO," whose publication date U this
American critical evaluation a sample of the nun whir1
foremost living novelist." Hayim Hazaz. Ukranian bv
by adoption, has been writing in Hebrew for the dm
A chronicler of Jewish life, be Jus, the jacket infernal
of abort stories traced the decline and fall of the Mr
East European small Jewish town, culminating i *?'
the pressure of Communism." It is unfortunate that
the opportunity of seeing some of his short stories fortk
the strong impression that Mr. Hazaz' writing may be
in a compressed genre.
The book concerns itself with the Yemenite Jews hJ
from Southern Arabia to settle in Israel. There
separate stories loosely interwoven. The largest, in t
magniture. is that of Mori Sa'id, the oldest member i
community, revered for his Talmudic scholarship and]
tation of dreams according to the letter (and number) of
friend and disciple is Mori Alfekah. who sits at his feet)
credulity lasts. Mori Sa'id's son Sion is an unscn
wastrel, having neither piety nor wit; his daughter*
the only coasttwetive action in the booh in
angry poverty of her pain its' Ufa to join a
tradition to. help create the new.
For in the mists of the old tradition lurk many i
the greatest of these is inertia, a physical passivism fo
from intense intellectual exercise. For when Mori Sa'id
to dreams and visions which he then interprets by
"notariken," fixes the date of the coming of King
few months hence, he paralyzes and distorts the usual i
ence for all those around him, and eventually
least, he begins to distort other lives; but though he sets i
tion wherein his son can "borrow" ten pounds from
signing a note which becomes due on the day King Me
consequences of these and other actions are undefined anil'
off toward the end of the book in ever-widening gyres.
Singlyreach of the three main strands has elen
story: Mori Sa'id's bitter and ironic. Mori Aifekah's
manner of The Wise Men of Chelm. and Rumyeh's a i
and hope. Together, the effect is that ot a t h^nly-weveo-t
overlaid by Mori Sa'id's interminable interpretation* an
commentaries. The novel is not helped by the fact that!
all speak in similar manner and seem to suffer emotiotgfl
same degree.
Mr. Hazaz' attitude may redeem the book for many
one of absolutely unemphasized satire, and the rare ma
breaks into open mockery stand out like exclamation
ture of the squalid Yemenite community is also valuable.'C
go to the translater. Ben Halpern, editor of the Jewish'
bis skillful avoidance of awkward construction and forn
ing. But a blue-pencil in a ruthless hand could hne,f
book and added immeasureably to enjoyment.
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Air Raid Drills Bring Home Urgent Need to Build
Deeply interested in the stage.
she joined the Habimah upon her
return to the Holy Land immedi-
ately after graduation. She was
fortunate to appear in some of
the group's greatest productions.
In 1954. Ziva Shapir was named
Queen of the Wine Festival,
which won her a six-week trip to
the United States. She toured
the Eastern seaboard, always
trying to improve her command
During the same year, Miss
Jerusalem
The recent air raid maneuver in Haifa, in which
"enemy bombers" and "our own fighters" battled
fiercely with each other in the air, in which sirens
wailed and were drowned out by the shrill screams
of the jets which ultimately drove the enemy out
to sea. and in which every branch of civil defense
went into action, has driven home to the people the
necessity to prepare, even if ultimately war does
not come to pa*>s.
In the big cities, the people have not been very
defense minded, although Tel Avivians and Jerusa-
lemites well remember the destruction rained upon
them in the Independence War. They simply want
to shut out the ghastly memories, but the authorities
both national and localhave succeeded in alert-
ing them, and as a matter of course they pay up the
special defense tax with which shelters are being
built and "Haga." the civil defense service, is being
equipped.
It is different out in the border settlements. There
the threat is ever present, and with gratitude the
new immigrants which populate them watch Army
personnel throw up barbed wire entanglements and
dig trenches and shelters for them. In I
March, the Defense Minister Ben Gunal
Dayan, Army Chief of Staff, themseheM
with a lot of other brass and soldier bp
doing their two years' service stint, to dgl
nounced then that the operation will oef
only when every border settlement oar
it needs, andknowing the efficiency r
that won't be long.
The Haifa test was very successful.
sounds brought the civil defense
postsmainly people past military !
agent and the second siren, nearly Iiwi
emptied the streets, as very low-flying i
fighters swooped down on the city
seven in the morning until well in"'
and every possible action waseanw
received "direct hits." resMWOa
"ravaged." "fires" were fought, "tw
ed from "blazing buildings" aad
casualty wards and emergency hospiun^
bombs were disposed of and rubb'ejaj
"victims." as ambulances and o by to move them to first aidcenters^
BAVIB SCHWARTZ
Thomas Jefferson May Have Had Much Different
This is the month of Thomas Jefferson's birthday.
We today have a little advantage in celebrating
Jefferson's birthday, for during his lifetime he re-
Shapir made three motion pic-11,
tures in Israel. After completion fU 1o. make kmmn hl8 b'h of "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer." the
Zvi Kolitz production currently
released in the States, the ambiti-
ous young actress again travelled
to New York, to be spotted by
Universal International's talent
scout, Maurice Bergman. And
any birthday celebrations.
Could Jefferson be elected President today?
Jefferson was not like that. He w >
disbeliever. He really was a ttjjjj |
he could not be moved
of church and
He
was a tall lanky man. Physically maybe along Use
lines of Kefauver. but he was an egg head too. A
Greek and Latin scholar, a tremendous scientific
curiosity, but along with it all a democratic simplici-
ty so that farmers and working people naturally
now Cinderella has reached the'took to him He h* a hobby too. but he didn't go
top. after a most successful Hoi-1 '"JoJSj* J' 'i l p,a>,!h* *?"
, nowadays, we see the candidates having their
lywood screen test. 'pictures taken every Sunday as they go \cChurch
and that ',
ajHi Sag
strongly in that, that as P^^j,
issue a Thanksgiving Day prod**
If he were President today, Ji "JJ
would provide more for schools u-
was prouder of the fact that. he J
University of Virginia than oi w>
the UMJ
ef*I
In his Administration
little war with the Arabs
Incidentally, one of the hero*.
Jew, Lieutenant *
war was a


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ni Beach area campaign is off to
t with these community leaders
eminent role in behalf of Combined
,ppeal. Chairman Hy Novinson
J right) rolls up his sleeves and dis-
assignments to (seated) Arthur
Snyder, president of Monticello Park Con-
gregation, Jules Klion, Mrs. Ellen Kaufman
and Saul Friedman. Standing are Alton
Zucker, Maurice Wacks, Nat Glazier, Mor-
ris Wiener and Morris Datloff.
Gables Zionists Nark Israel Independence Day
j Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial Slated
Tragedy and heroism of th-
Warsaw (ihetto will be memorial-
ized at a mass meeting Saturday,
April 21, at the Miami Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish 06m
rmtnity <>ntr.
Ki-vnofp speaker will be RM>bi
Yaakov Ro enberg, of Beth David
( onoiircnation, who will disi
"The Implications of the Warsaw
Ghetto for Today." Program will
also include a candlelighting cero-
; mony hy Mrs. Zvi Roser. Songs
i will be hy Cantor William Lipson,
Murray Baum and Cantor Berele
Kelemer. Mrs. Miriam Dortnerstag
will accompany the singers at the
piano. The program will also in-
clude readings by Louis Lasavin
and Arthur Drewitch.
Warsaw Ghetto memorial meet-
ing is sponsored by the New Amer-
icans and the Hebrew Teachers
Association of Greater Miami. Com-
mittee of arrangements consists of
Drewitch, Uri Lichter, Louis Ga-
don, Dr. Joseph Hurwitz, M.
MOTHERS
Complete infant cart up to 2 years.
Enjoy your work whilo wt enjoy taking
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Israel Independence Day cele-, tary of the national council for the
bration, featuring* one of Israel'.* i Hebrew language.
best known entertainers, was mark- Dr. Kogan is a graduate of the
ed by the Miami and Coral Gables j Hebrew gymnasium of Herzliah,
Zionist Districts in conjunction | received his Bachelor of Law from
with the Jewish National Fund of j the School of Law and Economics,
Greater Miami Monday evening at Tel Aviv. His Doctor's degree is
I <"
SM mum
is Elected
President
ller has been elected
: Beth El Congregation.
frs named to posts at
is week were:
eiden. first vice presi-
Werblin, second vice
Joseph Krissel, third
JJent; A. P. Rosenberg,
[Max Nuhomovic, finan-
); Joe Zalis recording
jj of the board are Harold
[Israel Cohen. Charles
s Fine, Max Kappaport,
Rosen. David Singer.
o, Theodore Sakowitz
Iffiner.
teen a Miami resident
.coming from Chicago,
[served as president of
Pm Anshe Krosa for 27
[r*Mdes with his wife at
Wh M.
Shenandoah auditorium.
Miami and Coral Gables Dis-
tricts, local affiliates of the Zionist
Organization of America, dedicated
this year's Israel Independence
Day celebration to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund "in recognition of the
outstanding work this body has
done in behalf of the creation of
the State and their continued ef-
forts in the promotion of its well
being."
Miss Tova Roni, talented song-
stress of Israel who has captured
I the hearts of audiences throughout
'the world, was guest artist. Miss
Roni is an international favorite
folk singer.
Guest speaker was Dr. Zev W.
Kogan, special envoy for the Jew-
ish National Fund. Dr. Kogan is a
native of Israel and has been hail-
ed by American audiences for his
penetrating analysis of the Jewish
state's internal development and
its role in the world family of na-
tions. He was a member of Haga-
nah, Israel's army of defense, aid
was one of the leaders of the Mac- j
cabea sport organization and secre-
from the University of Droit,
Lyons, France.
Chairmen of the evening were
A. Arthur Pekelner, president of
the Miami Zionist District, and
Max Friedson, president of the
Coral Gables Zionist District. Co-
chairmen were Sol Collins and Mrs.
Sidney Sanders.
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Hh' Inn restaurant in
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'wly of Cleveland, this
'"^d that parking and
re free to all po-
ri{f* to hold their ral-
* to-gethers.
'Plenty of room for
: tor-diners who wish
,he Playhouse theatre
,sbort half block away,"
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in sou
A MAN FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
your COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
FOR DISTRICT 1
T. EQUALIZATION and Reduction of taxes
2. Increased Airport. Hospital. Road Programs
3. Elimination Homo Ownors" Personal Property Taxes
4. Greater Comity-Wide Recreational Facilities
5 Restrictive Zoaine, for protection Residential Areas
6. Adequate Police and Fire Protection C^anty-Wld*
7. Adequate Pay. Pension Plans and Civil Service
Programs
8. Closer Surveillance County Institutions
9. Equal planning for City and County Needs
10. Deposit of County funds in Interest earing Accounts
11. Continued Homestead Exolnption
PROVEN SERVICE IN CIVIC, COMMUNITY,
GOVERNMENT AND CHARITY
ORGANIZATION?
FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION
CALL HI 6-0859
HI 6-0850
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37753 A
III Re: KSTATB OF"
HKSSIK RAL'CH, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All ivmnns
flavins; Claims or I^mnnJn Against
Sal You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required M present any
claims and demands which yon, of
Hither of you, may have against the
estate of BESSIE RAUCH. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County judges of r>ade
County, and file the same In their of-
in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from thcr<*uite of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the leatai adRrese
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barred. Se -Section 733.16 of the
i't, Probate Act.
Dated April 11. A. I >. 1936.
GEORGE KAl'CH
Ah Execator of the Batata of
BESSIE RAICH. Deceased.
GEORGE CHKRTKoK
Attorney for F'.xecutor
i ia-27 r./i-li_______________________
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
i IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37732-B
' In Ite: KSTATE OF"
WILLIAM S GODDKN. T'"'-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All lvraona
i Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Kstate:
You, and each of vou are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either "f vou, mav have against the
estate of WII.I.IAM S. GOI.DKX, de-
ceased late 'if 1'ade County. F'lortda.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same la
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Made County, Florida, within eight
call ndai months from the date of the
rirat publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
sf the .laimant and to be sworn
to and presented a aforesaid, or eanie
will be barred See Section .33.1 of
the I94r, Probate Act.
Dated April 14 A D. 19-.
tSUZABETH GODDF'.N
A* Executrix of the Last wm
and Testament of WILLIAM
S C.ol.DFN RICHARD I. LEBBN
Attorney for Executrix
| 4, Jii-27 :./4-U________________________
IN THE~COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
1 N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 377S4
In Re: ESTATE '>F"
F'DW \RD J WINDER. IVceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claim" W Demands Against
"Vou, and each of you nre heivl.v
notified and required to present .m>
,.1;imi!. ,Hi demand* wjifoh you. or
^ther of you. mav have awln*t the
,,, i:i.w \kii i u i ni."-,'* :
I u,te of Washington ..sti let of
Columbia, to the Honorable '"""<>
Indaes of Dude County, and file the
sa'JnT.n '.heir rflce. In the Count,
Courthouse in Dade ( """> ,. M'I""V;
within eight calendar months from
Se date or the n.st publication ftara-
of Said claims or demands to contain
th, legal adflreaa of the claimant and
!! ,,.. .woni to an.l presented as afnre-
said, or siime will be.barred Bee Sec-
tion 7M 1 of the IMS Probate Act.
Dated April 17. A. D. 19u6
MAX M KAI'.KR
v. Ancillary Administrator ot
EDWARD .1. WCN-DF-.K.
I ssceaaea.
ROTH & EABER, Attorneys
t,Lfi--7 './4-11 _
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
;SJ DTAAOEE COUNTY ^CHA^
JAMES DOXAI.1) KVANS. Plaintiff.
MIl.liltKD KVANS. Defendant.
TO: Mildred Evans
tH Morton Avenue
Albanv. New York
You ai. hereby notified that a com-
plaint for divorce has been Tiled
against you. and you are re.|ii red <
serve a COOV of vnur Anawer thereto
on plaintiffs attorneys, Welnem,
Welnsteln & Welnste'n. 4?0 LM"
It..ad Miami Beach. Florida, and fila
:',;,ii.,al Answer In the o flee of
,,.. ci..,k of the Circuit hurt*JJ
before Mav tl.'ltM lr a default will
be taken airainst you.
"'' A"^ ft g&THKRMAN
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
ltv R. H. RICE JR., D < .
4 W-I7 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N..TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bneineas under the fictitious name of
TRUCK MART at 4444 X. W 7th
Miami, intends to rerlstel
name with the Clerk of the I Ircult
Couit of Dade Count*. Florida.
ROONET TRICK S\!.i:S. IM .
.i II,. i i.ia Corpora t lea
BERNARD HCTXi i:
vitornev for Applicant
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Seventy elght-yeareld Mr*. Either Sw.rtborg
makes her home with daughter Mrs, Jaanetta
Ftinberg at 810 Pennsylvania ave. .
One of her favorite topics of conversation is
architect son Robert Swart burg, who has designed
some of the Gold Coast's beautiful hotels. .
But Esthar can be talked about in her own right.
^precisely what happened when her niece, Calia Siegal.
' from New York. .
is telling friends about Esther's fashion design abilitja
kich is demonstrated in her aunt's fabulous collection of
H (,ncier Esthtr's figurines are dressed in rich silks and
i jeweled by hand with inserts of medallions or lace. .
also amazed that each doll is different- with special
l for special occasions.
>>>t>><<<
Land Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon, of 1620 Daytonia rd., have
I from a five-day trip to New York and Washington. .
juir who's chairman of the board of Washington Federal
Cd Loan, made the trip north to see about the possibility
ing pending application of another branch of his organ-
Miami Beach. .
J now is that on May \2 the Courshon*, with daughters
[ 12, and Daanne, 7, will leave for Gotham Town to board
en of Bermuda for a three-day convention of delegates
^families of the National Savings and Loan League. Con-
|fill be held ahoard the Queen during the trip to Bermuda.
J David Shedroff was busy last week entertaining a former
[State University roommate at her 720 85th st. home. .
i was Mrs. Harry Ryder, just returned from Frankfurt,
J, where her lieutenant husband was stationed. She's the
Marylu Mutter, of Boynton Beach.
[and Mrt. Albert E. Rosenthal left their 1530 SW First ave.
kit week to sail from New York Friday aboard the SS
for an extended cruise through the entire Mediter-
with stopovers at ports in Spain, France, Italy and
their return to New York the early part of June, the
ill will travel to Philadelphia, where they plan to attend
tuition of son Eugene from the University of Pennsylvania
pf dentistry. .
[and Mrt. Rotenthal will be back in Miami about June 15.
>>>cc
Ml Hirseh Pick spent last summer in Europe. This year,
:ts to concentrate her attention on Russia. .
haft been commissioned by a national magazine to write a
(on her impressions of Moscow and Leningrad. She leaves
lend of July and sails for the continent in August. .
> will be Muriel's 14th trip abroad since the war and her
| Russia in 20 years.
>>>>>ce
rous Maria Marcy, long-time associate of Miami Beach's
JJtnnie Grossinger, was feted at a houseparty Monday eve-
|thf North Miami Beach home of Mrs. Jack R. Lazar. .
' in the week, Maria gave an exciting personality-charm
i National Assn. of Bank Women, who met for dinner at
i Seas.
>>>>
t 12-year-old student at Nautilus junior High, Linette
tived first prize in a speaking contest last week, deliver-
ies on Survival of the Fittest." (Hmmm). .
hthe daughter of the I. S. Alberts, 1752 Bay rd., and proud
I these days. .
[honor student since beginning school, Linette was previ-
winner of an essay contest on "Democracy" and the
I of a prize-trip to Washington, D.C.
> <
ting things have been secretly going on at the Paul Bronv
[ Meridian ave home for some time. .
ds are now talking about the fact that Pat has come up
[when other, less ambitious, folk generally sleep. .
itentative title is "Scar Tissue."
M Levin, Winston-Salem, N.C., recent guest of Mrt.
. *r' Ba> Harbor Islands, is expected back for a new visit
m spring. <;otham Town's Mrs. Herry Gorton has been
t of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
[ Bay dr------Aboard the SS lie de France sailing for
'*eek was Mr. Louis Krensky. Inez is past president
mi Women's Auxiliary and Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
Also Europe bound is Mrs. Milton Weiss, who was feted
T an restaurant. .
* Hirtth Meyer and Sam Becker, of Miami Beach
r*J it the end of the month for Washington and the
^"ng of the United States Chamber of Commerce. .
' .." reP'sent the Miami Beach Chamber. Sam's a na-
"*"or of USCC. .
wife, Sally, and Baron's wife, Pelly, will accompany
* n the trip north.
ItkVr B,ron Hlr* Meyer, Miami Public Library
17i "nancier on the occasion of his birthday during a
'o program last Saturday. Another Meyarno rela-
.k k,, ami Beah Publicity chief, is back at work after
p oattle with virus.
ten Wtin*ein arrives Friday from Chicago and is
ined y her sister. Mrs. Jack Ablin, of 6342 N. Bay
Ly*u\ will leave for a trip to Williamsburg. Va., the
M*il to
Vl"it son Donald, who is stationed there with the

are Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis,
tf^T,ron,s thes dy >-
-i ." **"* Michael, arrived last week at Me-
W m Hollywood, Fla____
Ni I' "* **" Alb#rt Apteleff. 921 NE 172nd st..
K^T*8 Shes University of Miami grad. AB degree.
" win recall her as the former Enid Davis,
rf.'U/,
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JfcJeua&JloridfauR
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 20, 1956
Section B
Mrs. Levine Named
Auxiliary President
Mrs. Max Levine was installed
as president of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary, North Shore Post 677, Jew-
ish War Veterans, at a meeting
Sunday by Mrs. Sidney Horn, re-
gional vice president, and Mrs.
Reurwn Levine, state department
president.
Other officers installed were the
Mesdames Philip Miller, senior
vice president; Eugene Schwartz,
junior vice president; Paul Druck-
er, recording secretary; Leonard
Miller, corresponding secretary.
The Mesdames Sidney Kahn,
treasurer; Louis Herman, chaplain:
Jack Pritt, conductress; Joseph
Goodman, historian; Milton Ehren-
reich, patriotic instructress.
The Mesdames Jack Hauser,
guard; and Isidor Karp, Frank
Phillips. Abe Tunick and Harold
Mann, trustees.
"Big Three" of musical revue which will be feature attraction
at dinner dance of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Saturday
evening in Temple banquet hall are Sylvia Kelinson, musical
director, at the piano, and looking over her shoulder, Trixie
Levin, producer and director, and Vicki Ellen Friedman, chor-
eographer. Cast consists largely of members ol Mr. and Mrs.
Club. Mrs. Barry Cameron, vice president, is chairman. Ticket
chairman is Mrs. I. A. Durbin. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is Sister-
hood president.
Temple Israel in
Sunday Affair
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
sponsor a dinner and evening of
cards Sunday in the new audi-
torium of the Temple.
Mrs. Naoma Levinson and Mr-.
Belle Wolfson are in charge of
the affair, and Mrs. Lee Meyer
will be in charge of the hostesses.
Mrs. talk is Hostess
Home of Mrs. Walter Falk. 1000
SW 18th ave.-. will be the site of
an Emunah chapter, Order of East-
ern Star, barbecue Saturday eve-
ning, Apr. 21.
Assembled for rehearsal of "In the Good
Ole Summertime" are (top row) Tom Gerard,
Dodo Falick, Harry Smith, Joe Friedman,
Sylvia Kelinson. Trixie Levin, Vicki Fried-
man, Larry Kimmel, Neil Schift Doris Oles-
ky, Reuben Levin. Bottom row are Phyllis
NATIONAL UJA WEALS AU-TMl RECORD
Miller, Bea Mersel, Marilyn Barrie, Ethel
Brenner, Babs Parker, Nancy Geller, Re-
Lores Wickman, Phyllis Lifter, Judy Gerard,
Honey Shapiro, Barbara Schiff. Not present
is Marilyn Smith.
Women in Miami Drive Receive Recognition for Good Job
National recognition came to the Women's Divi-
sion of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal
this week when United Jewish Appeal national
headquarters announced that "Luncheon Unlimited"
had set an all-time national record in attendance
and contributions.
According to Mrs. David Phillips, chairman of the
division cleanup drive, statistics indicate that more
individual contributors participated in the Mar. 29
Luncheon Unlimited" event than in any other cam-
paign project. .... ____
Over 1.200 persons participated in the program
at the Miami Beach auditorium, and nearly 400 ac-
tive workers took part in the fund raising which
followed. u_
About 13 percent of the total funds raised in the
last two campaigns have been collected through the
efforts of the Women's Division headed by Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff.
Prominent community leaders who occupy high
posts with important organizations are lending their
efforts in the cleanup campaign, Mrs. Phillips dis-
closed. Foremost among these are Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, area recruiting chairman, Mrs. Jack A. Ablin.
Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Leo
C'haikin, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Mrs.
Samuel Lipton, Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Alyce
Mayne. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner.
Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Henry Seitliii. Mrs. Monte
Selig. Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens,
Mrs. Carl Susskind and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.


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MUFFINS AND CARROT SPECIAL SHUR jjjjj
Summer Salads, with Dairy Items
Accented, Will be WeSccmed at Table
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By LEAH LEONARD
With summer months ju>t irotlitd
1he corner, summer menus and
meals arc beginning to taka shape
:n the kitchen plans of the house
wlfe.
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there is nothing like light eating-
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ily.
Try some of these item-:
Dairy Filling
1 cup cottage cheese
ii cup grated cheddar type
cheese (your favorite kind)
tt cup grated raw carrot (packed
tightly for measuring)
'-_ cup minced green celery ,
leaves and or parsley
3 thiu strips green pepper per
salad
Mavonnaise dressing for lop-
ping1 or 2 tablespoons
Met) -.Tving
Lettuce leav<~ at -hredded
salad mix..I gMHU
Combine in the order listed, the
first 4 ingredient- (lull about 1
i hour. Form into balls the size of
walnuts and serve 3 per individual
Mbd, topping each with a pepper
strip. Top with mayonnaise or
I sour cream or combination of both.
1 Arrange on individual salad plates
tool for the
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2 tup- yellow cornmeal
l upa sifted all purpose flour
3 teaspoon* baking pow.i.r
1 tablespoon salt
1 I
'i cup sugar (optional)
2 cue- liquid nnilk or water)
34 cup melted vegetable shorten-
ing or heated salad oil
Snt together cornmeal, flour,
baking powder and salt into a mix-
um bowl Beat eggs with sugar, if
used, till light lemon colored. Add
liquid used and stir into the dry
mixture Stir in heated shortening
or oil and fill well greased or
paper-lined (use fluted paper cups)
2" muffin pans about 2:i full and
bekfl 20 minutes at 425 or till
lightly browned on top. Serve hot
with butter, margarine or plain.
Yields about 18 muffins.
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ond supper spreads
the perfect ireol
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So tere with soups, soladi, in sand-
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Miami communal leader Mrs.
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chairman of the Greater Miami
Women's Division, State of Is-
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New York's Idlewild Airport for
Israel last week to take part in
an intensive study tour of Is-
rael's economy.
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i Dauskart (right), of Robertson Memorial Evangelical
irmed Church Sunday school, daughter of Mr. and
old Dauskart. receives cornflower from Ellen Bolker,
[David Synagogue religious school. Ellen is daughter
Jund Mrs. A. Bolker. Exchange marked friendship rx
[youth of Israel and Greater Miami on occasion of
| eighth anniversary of independence.
Sisterhood In Busy Schedule
of Zamnra Jewish
I holding it* spring smor-
[at the Center Sunday
eds will help to main-
Monog/'ng
IW Hotel Here
final, climaxing a career
|ktn him start as a bell-
11937 and -.lowly ascend
'In the hotel field, has
I the new managing di-
I-the Biltmore Terrace ho-
Nate of the Pennsylvania
|Mkge and an officer as
i prisoner of war during
II. Thai ha- had wide
m hotel management.
lsueh positions as desk
fring manager, purchas-
Personnel director and
fftana^er.
*ds Michael J. Kelley.
tarn scholarships in the religious
school.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Harry Marks. Mrs. Nat Davidow
and Mrs. David Kine. Mrs. Bernard
Miller is program chairman.
Cantor Edward Klein, of North
Shore Jewish Center, will present
an original "balladrama."
Sisterhood annual donor lunch-
eon will be held May 2 at the Hotel
Seville. Mrs. William Lauretz and
Mrv Nathan Goldy are co-chair-
men.
Luncheon is being planned in the
Fiesta room of the hotel.
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Cornflower Symbolizes Friendship
A cornflower is the symbol of
friendship of the young people of
Israel with Greater Miami youth.
Presentation of the cornflower bv
religious students of synagogues
-here was made Sunday to their
counterpart at local churches.
Ceremonies were jointly spon-
sored by the Zionist Council of
South Florida. Beth David Syna-
gogue religious school and Robert-
son Memorial Evangelical and Re-
formed Church Sunday school.
Mrs. Max Fishman of Miami,
civic worker, is in charge of the
distribution of cornflowers, assist-
ed by the Mesdames Albert II
Berson. Leo J. Goldman. M. S.
Green, Robert Miller. H. C. Moser,
Albert Shkloer, Morris Simon,
Nlt Spiegelman.
Also assisting in this distribu-
tion are the Mesdames Frieda
Borak, Mrs. Gertrude Copenhagen,
Max Churvis, Eugene Friedman,
M. S. Green, Mrs. Jeanette Heine,
Sidney Naar, Max Rodman and
Martin Roth.
Young people assisting Mrs.
Fishman in the churches are the
Misses Judy Bakst, Ellen Bolker,
Sharon Dubler and Susan Fishman.
Also, Jay Baum, Harvey Finkel-
stein, Victor Fishman, Arthur
Lazarus and Michael Meyer.
Those assisting in the Miami
Beach cornflower project are the
Misses Winnie Epstein, Doreen
Farbcr, Elaine Golden, Dorothy
Kaplan, Susan Katz, Eunice Seid-
ler, Sally Steitz. Ruby Waldstein.
In addition, other churches par-
Mad Hatters' Fete Slated by Women
_________________Page 3B
ticipating were Whits Temple
Methodist, Shenandoah Baptist.
Holy Trinity Lutheran, Trinity
Methodist, First Baptist of Miami
Beach, First Christian Church,
Wesley Methodist Church and Tar-
boux Memorial Methodist.
Ceremonies were in conjunction
with the celebration of the eighth
anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence. Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins,
Miami Mayor Randall Christmas
and Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee
Powell issued proclamations greet-
ing the Jewish State on the occa-
sion of her "Fourth of July."
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Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
will hold a "Mad Hatter's tea party
on Friday noon, Apr. 27, at the
Algiers hotel, according to Mrs.
Irving Cypen, Sisterhood president.
Highlighting the afternoon's pro-
gram will be election of officers
and a hat fashion show featuring
hats by Jordan Marsh. The pro-
gram will also include a grand
march to select the outstanding
"Mad Hats." Prizes will be award-
ed.
Mrs. Jules Channing, program
chairman, and Mrs. David Levin-
son, chairman of the day, are in
charge of arrangements.
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Devil's Food Mix Gingerbread Mix
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Mrs. Schwartz Will
Participate in April
Executive Meeting
Mr- I topold I- Sch\varl7. 4MB
Chase sve : member ol the execu-
tno board <>t the National Fedora*
tion <>t Temple Sisterhooda, will
ii>;itc in the annual meeting
di the board, winch will i>e held in
v w York Citj in the Union House
of Living Judaism-Bern Memorial,
quarters of American Reform
Judaism, during the week of Apr
22.
Mrs. Hugo Dalsheimer. nf R;ilti-
more, Mil., presides! ol NFTS, will
preside.
Mrs Schwartz is vice chairman
of tin committee on peace and
World relations of the Department
on Human Relations which is also
scheduled to meet in connection
with the executive board.
During the week, a Leadership
Training Institute will be conduct-
ed by Miss Jane Evans, executive
director of NFTS. which is the
women's division of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
central organisation of Reform or
' Liberal Judaism in America.
One of tne largest Jewish worn-
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National Federation of Temple Bit
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100.000 women in 525 sister!
throughout the I'nited St
in cities ol Canada. Cuba. Par.
the United Kingdom. West <<
many, the Union of South Africa
and Australia.
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M'p to Mr. Pumprrnik.
Women Hear Candidates
On School Board Questions
School issues were the topic of
the day when members of the
League of Women Voters of Miami
Beach heard candidates for school
board give their platforms and
answer questions at the League's
annual meeting Monday at the
Johnina hotel. Candidates who
poke were Henry A. Kamp. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Dr. Sey-
mour G. Schneider and Bernard
M. Shotkin.
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1956
Slate Offered Monday
..^i .- President, Mrs. Harold Shopmaker
vice presidents. Mrs. Arnold
+Jn*lxi>n*r*ton
>f officers will be the
the agenda at
the North
PTA. Mrs. i
Stern, Mrs. Murray Summers and
Mrs. Milton Beresh: recording sec
item on
u meeting of
Jewish Center
Shopmaker will preside,lUry, Mrs. Harry Friedman; tor-
liember!. meet Monday at the fpon<|ig | .secretary. Mrs. Fred
jBlau; and treasurer, Mrs. Samuel
slate of officers is: Bloom.
Refresh
by Mrs.
used
Mtb. bummers, program chair-
man, has arranged a social evening
to follow the election.
menu will be served
Charles Cole.
Installation ol new officers will
,take place at a joint installation
ceremony at the Center on Sunday
evening. May 6.
1 Mrs. Beresh, festival chairman.
===__________________^___^^_ Pa9e 5 B
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Elections Feature of Women's Agenda
North Shore chapter, B'nai B'rith evening at the North Shore Jewish
Women, will hold Ml final business Center.
meeting of the season on Monday Election of officers for the com-
\ in year will head Uie .agenda,
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+Jewls*fk>rkMi*n
Mrs. Schwartz Will
Head Brandeis Club
Mrs. Bon Zion
ha- headed the
chapter, Natum.il
m it tee of Brandei
Glnaburg, who
Greater Miami
Women's Com-
I'niver-ity. for
h\K. SIDNtr SCHWARTZ
Miami Chapter
Schedules Meel"
Sequel to "Congress As a Many
Splondored Thins" and a full de
tailed report on national cimven
lion of American Jewish Congress
ill lie presented at the next meet
ins ot the Miami chapter Wednes-
day noon at Kotihek Center
Mr> Benjamin Kamen. presi-
dent nf the Miami chapter, will
.1 report of the convention
which -he recently attended in
New York The -late of new offi-
cer! t<>r the coming year will be
revealed.
Entertainment will given bj
the choral group of the Universit)
I : Miami, under the direction- ot
Mr- Robert Maddaford.
the past three year-, will officially
turn over the gavel to new pre-i-
dent Mrs. Sidney M Schwartz at
the annual spring election brunch
eon meeting Friday morning. Apr.
2D, in the Mona I.i-a room of the
Kdeh Roc hotel.
Dr. Lawrence EL Fuchs, pt
sor of political science at Brandeis
University, will Ih' guest speaker. !
Mr- Albert Pica will present a
group of humorou- readings, and
Rabbi Leon Kioni-h. of Temple
Beth Sholom. will Install the new (
officers and member- of the board
of director
i
Brandeis award- will be given to
members who have enrolled ten
new members during the member-
-hip campaign.
Friday,
Young Mizrachi GroimlU^
A new chapter of Young Mizra-1 The T
chi Women has been founded un- Women"1'0* Yo
der the direction of Mrs. Ida phaiu,d ** f,
Karger, president of the elder, w ,,dren kt
group of Mizrachi Women of Great- ."*? "n >he Men**;
er Miami, according- to Miss Irene T *'n cm!
Miller, president of the new group k Jeld Saturday
Other officer, are: vice presi ,J1" 'can ^ub'i
dent. Mrs. Bessie Bobson, corre-1 l FlaS'
-ponding secretary. Miss Sarah ^ given 'he
Mae Geltner; financial secretary,
Mrs. Ksthcr Karpell: and treasurer.' *^*
Mrs. Sylvia Peters.
chapt
era*
jvXJGOSt BROS
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PULL LEVER
16 A
to Elect
JOSEPH A.
BOYD, Jr.
State
Representative
Group 2
Barbara Newman, daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. David Newman.
1685 Jefferson ave., will cele-
brate her sweet sixteen birth-
day at a party in the Algiers
hotel Saturday evening. Bar-
bara, an 11th grade student at
Miami Beach High School, is
active in Community Center
! drama groups and is a mem-
ber of Menorah BBG's and vice
president of Emanons.
Psychologist to Speak
I>i-cu--ion group of Miami Divi-
sion, Council of Jewish Women.
will meet Wednesday evening at
the home of Mr, and Mrs. Sidney
Lewi-. 3140 SW 13th st. Guest
speaker and leader of open di-cu--
sion will be Dr. Jack A. Kapchan.
professor of psychology at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Topic is "The
Personality of the Bigot."
Si st ei hood Bazaar Here
Temple Zion Sisterhood is plan-
ning an annual fund rai-ing bazaar
for April 22 and 22.
Schedule of events will be Satur-
day, Apr. 21. 8.30 p.m., "Western
Dress Las Vegas Night." Sunday
Apr. 22. 12 noon, carnival rides
and game- for children, food and
drink stands, merchandi-e
and flower booths.
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Students Try Their French
Language department of the
1 Lear High School recently i
the Champs Elysee restaurant as
part of their training. Under the
guidance of Mrs. B. Cook and Mrs
Ida Lear, over twenty-five students
ordered their dinners in French
Membership Luncheon Due
Membership luncheon and card
party will be given by the Louis
D. Brandeis Women's club at the
Lucerne hotel Wednesday noon.
Apr. 25. Mrs. Sarah Rothberg is
chairman.
pjlie Friend, of the
Coup of Young Ju-
1 been elected preai-
tL Inler-Cay Young
nior Council. Junior
ujjembers are Ronnie
pern Berent, Joel Hol-
vid Dvoikin, Arna
pnet Lipshitz. Sharon
ys Gerber. Dana Al-
ita Stepkin, Eugsnia
LAvroham Faber. Shir-
I Yvonne Tobias and
nheim.
Chapter fleets Officers
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith elected officers Wed-
nesday evening at the Colony res-
taurant.
on Agenda
igress Meet
ndeis chapter. Ameri-
CoBgKss, will meet
on at the Algiers hotel.
Friedland, president,
Bp the pa-t season*! ac-
[Delegate^ n c :."y re-
nn annual A.K'onsress
in New York City will
tft| an diaries
Mir Fried rid, Mrs.
149 Mrs William Hol-
rill, of the University
[diuic school, will offer
of vocal selections.
Thrift Shop Major
Feature on Agenda
Of Women's Group
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet Tuesday noon in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers ho-
tel. Meeting will be dedicated to
Mrs. Sarah S Szech, for whom the
Thrift Shop has been named .
Mrs. Sarah Holland, Thrift Shop
chairman, has asked each member
and friend to bring wearable cloth-
ing, or any other item that is
salable, to the meeting. The
Home's truck will then pick up
all items directly from the Algiers
hotel.
The Thrift Shop is located at
Douglas Gardens and is open daily
from Sunday through Friday, 9
am. to 5 p.m.
Mrs. Samuel Rost will give her
report on donor luncheon held
Apr. 12 at the Eden Roc hotel,
honoring Mrs. Isidor Cohen, foun-
der of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
chairman Mrs. Sol Silverman is
president of the Women's Auxil-
iary.
Yarborough at
Tax Council Meet"
In Florida Capital
W"S Wl" "tend a meeting
I n'T^3 ("iZenS Tax CoS
cil in Tallahassee this week
He was selected to represent all
trie commissions in th s,a(fi
Florida by Gov. LeRoy Collins. Yar-
borough will g 0Ver the lax
fn,m of ,hp "trti with other mem-
bers of the council that represent
the school board, tax assessor, citi-
MM and other groups.
We shall ferret out the iniqui-
ea of the tax program on a state
county and municipal level." said
Yarborough. who is president of
the Florida Advisory Council and
vice chairman of the Dade county
board of commissioners.
Yarborough is taking time out
from his campaign for reelection
to the county commission to at-
tend the meeting.
"My program is a concise one,"
he said. 'I never use my position
for personal gain, and I concen-
trate on bringing about the best
in government for the county."
During the past two terms, since
Yarborough was elected county
commissioner, he has made more
than 10.000 decisions for the citi-
zens of the county, according to his
supporters.
'I wish that I could personally
Page 7B
Hebekah Lodge at Convention
Rebekah Assembly of Florida is
holding its convention in conjunc-
tion with the Odd Fellows this
week in Tampa. Representing Sun-
shine lodge 9 is Mrs. Beatrice Cole.
Miss Myron Gilbert of Sunshine
lodge will be installed deputy
president of District 24.
know everyone," said the former
football coach at Miami High
School and veteran of the Air
Force, "but the county is so large,
and the problems have been so
complex that there is just not
enought time."
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E L m T
Ernest E.
SISTRUNK
YOUR CONSTABLE
District 2
13 Years Law Enforcement
F.B.I. Notional
Academy Graduate
\b!<> ... Honest
(IM. I'M Ad\ i
t
E L E r T
I. Ray Mills
Constable
II
District No. 3
RESIDENT OF DISTRICT FOR 30 YEARS
SOUTH OF S.W. 8Hi STREET TO
HOWARD DRIVE
An Experienced Man for
a Alan's Job
mttmn. C0UNTY *H0 MST1ICT THREE FOR 30 YEARS,
*! i UY IN PUBl,c SERVICE AND IAW ENFORCEMENT.
SrH?WlTH* "* chw p#lic-
8oi|D ?ade CouB,Y Sheriff'! Deportment.
St! b! ney' '"""tatr.
M |!II, !ver9 DepormMat laveitifater.
Wer n 4Mniv PrM*r' Office.
[ Dodc Canary Criatiaal I.-to. of lave.tigotion.
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2 H l.ncr 12 II

There is So
Substitute tor
George Ok el I'm
TEN YEAR'S
EXPERIENCE
AS YOI H
LEGISLATOR
RETURN
GEORGE S.
OKELL
TO THE
STATE LEGISLATURE
AS
YOUR STATE SENATOR
PkII Lover 13 A
MM Pol. Adv )
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Progress
with
i
Jess
Re-elect
JESS
TO THE PEOPLE OF
DADE COUNTY
"I hove earnestly fried" to bring
to my county the best in gov-
ernment, f bope thai my work
has met with your approval
and* thof you will re-elect me
County Commissioner."
YARBOROUGH
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
MM I'M A.l\ )
S&JSffi.VS!
Retain
JUDGE HUGH
DUVAL
AS YOUR
JUSTICE OF PEACE
DISTRICT 1 .
PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 8th
"Your Vote Appreciated"
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Pull Lever 25-B
KEEP DADE GROWING
Hugh"4Pat' PETERS
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Accomplishments .. \ot Promises
The accomplishments of County Commissioner Peters
are interwoven in Dade County's tremendous growth.
His vision and his experience will be vital to Dade's
continued progress.
"THERE IS SO SIHSTITMTE
I Oil EXPERMESCE !
Stand Pat with "PAT" PETERS
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>Jcnfstlhr*mw
<3n the Kealrn of Society
MISS YVONNE GltflERT
MISS ROBERTA RE.TER
1 Jill! .in i Vlrtnl
MISS MADtlYN BUG
Yvonne Gilbert, of Pioneer Miami Family, Plans June Wedding
and Mr- Mae Wlni* and Mr. Benia her school magazine. "Rammer
mm Winif, Philadelphia. Pa. I!:- Jammer" as the mo*t beautiful
grandparents are the prominent girl of the month. As "Miss Feb-
Reuben Lipskys, Philadelphia. ruary." -he was written up by the
The couple's betroth*] wa> re magazine, with three panes of pho-
Mar. 'fl at a lawn party in tographs devoted to her.
Gilbert Hume, with some 250 The 19-year-old bride-to-be is a
guests In attendance. native Miamian and graduated
Yvonne. | s.iphnmnre majoring' from Beach elementary and high
in education at the l'niver-iiy of school At Alabama, -he is a mem-
Alabama, was recently chosen by
Vvonne Natalie c;i' tx>rt
Stephen l' Winif arc making
plans for their wedding in June
The bride-elect i- the daughter
. Mr and Mrs Larrj Gilbert, 4539
, rd Miami Beach, pioneer
who came here some 30
o Her grai
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields, also
1< Dg-time residents <>f this area
Yvonne's fiance is the son of
Prominent Families To Be Tnited Here
Madelyn Ber Stanlej Rob Their betrothal was announced
ert Rosenbei making plans at a party Mar 28 in the Seville
Iheir wedding which will take hotel given t"r family and friend
plac< Dec. 22.
Miss Silverman,
Fiance Eye June in
Phvllrs Hen Silvi man and S
u.l I. Greeniader are planning I
by the bride-elect's parents. Mr
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Her brother Arthur, also native-
born, is a third year student at the
University of Miami medical
school.
Yvonne met her fiance on the
University of Alabama campus,
where Mr. Winig was a student and
and Mrs Henry Bert'. 2386SW 19th a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fra-
tcr.
Mr Rosenborg is the son of Dr.
Mn Marvin E. Rosenberg.
Shaker Height, >
Madelyn graduated from Miami
June 10 wedding at the DiLido Senior High School and is present
J. I, .Miami Beach. |j ., (re-hman at the University
The I ride elect, daughter of Mrs Of Miami At Miami High, she ex-
l Silverman and the late celled In journalism and creative owner of the Town restaurant of
.Mr. Silverman. is a graduate of writing.
ich High School While A member of Quill and Scroll.
ndmg the University ol Miami, she was the winner of a national
ss Silverman was Pen club sec essay award and had numerous
retary, Varsity cheerleader and a poems published She was also a
r ol Sigma Lambda Phi, member of Phi Sigma Tau.
en's -erv.ee sorority. s,anl,,v h ., student at ,he Uni.
She resides with her mother at ver-ity of Miami, where he i| - the Frederiek hotel, BIG Washing retary of Sigma Alpha Mu fra-
ton .r.e, Miami Beach. ternity His parents are prominent
Mr Greenfeder, 332 Lei e. US Shaker Heights civic and fra-
il Beach the son ol Mr and ternal circles.
1 A gradu Or Rosenberg Li past president
"' Sd.....> Of I B'nai Brith lodga there, and
. ears in tl
BE \
I niversitj ol Miami,
is i member ol Alpha
::.. rnit\
ternity Presently, he is executive
of Carolina Mills. Dillon. S.CT
Plans call fur the wedding in 'he
Rosewood room of the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader of Temple Kmanu-
El. of which the Gilberts are mem-
ber-, will officiate. Mr. Gilbert is
Miami
Betters Reveal Troth
Of Daughter Roberta
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Reiter. 3040
Prairie ave.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Roberta,
to Eugene J. Weiss. The couple
are planning a June 3 wedding in
Miami Beach.
Miss Rafter is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School.
Mi. Weiss, son of Mrs Margaret
Malek, 1561 Uthix ave and Max
Mrs. Rosenberg is presentlv ierv- W(|VN N 0 presided of the Worn '
Council Of B'nai Brith.
n's parents are long time
lents here
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON end PONT
A Miami Beach attorney, he is
: man Ol the board of Miami
Beach Ipartmenl Houk a-h., and
a member of the Junior < bamoer
<>' ( ommerce, B'md B rath and
Elks
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Mr*. Herbert Shapiro made a flying trin r~,
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the Spinoia Outdoor Forum. Miriam'stllI? ,
Columbia University and has been active in Adel*'
anthropic groups in Spartanbtug. Husband Tf!0Ui on,
of South Carolina graduate. *be c *n "** ki\
and twins Tommy and Billy, 13. e ,h^tjBa^
Scheduled to be hostesses at a testimonial Th *
Mr* Mont. Selitj were Mr*. Jacob Sh.r, ohurn..?""^ *
Sam Blank, Sidney Lefeourt, '.s^or. H Tj'^i
Gordon. Louis Glassor. Herbert Sch.r, Oscar Sint^""*-.
man. Jack Camer, Lawrence Levenson and Jack Ah '*l
Fannie was to receive a magnificent gold piaoueh"
Israel at the Eden Roc hotel function-th,. pi-,,,!?"'!r0B*
mahogany base. Scheduled as overall cha man JT*
Mr., Samuel (Libby) Ro.t. .. Mrs. Max (Sybil) Weir, *1
man. and the benediction was to be delivered hv iT progH
Gersten. "'" Hm,|
f/CHTH BfRTHDAT CEIEBRAT/ON TRIPS TO THE NORTH
Mrs. E. E. Bloom and daughter Janice left for a trin ks.
over preparatory schools. On the itineran were whaahr-\
Virginia and Washington. Mrs. Bloom ... to meet it 1
Loon NefsJcy, Omaha, Neb., in New York, with a roanV
planned for them when they return. .
Marking her eighth birthday recently at an outdoor I
Lois Myra Edelstein, daughter of the Harry Edelsteins.
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lawson. was the'set
party. Guests included Mrs. Ernest Solomon, Josephin
the Warter Purdy* and Mrs. Rose O. Bicks. Mr. and Mrj. j
left Saturday for North Carolina to begin pnparation fo
season at their summer resort, Duncraggan Inn. Mender
After vacationing the entire winter in their Byron ive.
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Leonard are returning in 11 arm on-on Had
where they will spend the next six months Leah's cooIumi
syndicated in newspapers across the nation Hu>band Oscar*]
of "Americans All"
WEDDING ANNIVHtSAKY GUEST FROM SWITZERLAND
Mrs. Louis Sussman, Belleville. N..I. national president!
National Women's League of the United Synagogue of AmenaJ
from the Southeast conference of the group recently held 11]
ville. Mrs. Sussman is currently vacationing at Waldmui
hotel prior to returning to Bellevile. Mr. and Mrs. Irvipjj
1038 Lenox ave.. celebrated their 30th wedding annivers
. Back after a two-week business trip to Pittsburgh,
Medof. 5500 Pine Tree dr. .
Joe Weintraub, of American Title, was host last
Broinor, insurance executive of St. Gall, Switzerland, wbjl
panied here by Mrs. Broinor. Friends haw been receiwfi
postcards from Mr. and Mrs. Saul Langsner, 2020 Calais drj
vacationing in Mexico City, Taxco and Acapulco. .
The Allison Island home of Mrs. Al Young is the site 1
that entertained her sister. Mr*. Jack Fellers, while on va
Jackson Heights. NY_____About Joe Weintraub again: He mi
will spend the summer around Banff and Lake Louise instead(
their usual vacation on the continent. Planning a party 1
Pinetree Drive Circle home this weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Jaftj
. Assisting as hostesses will be AArs. Baron de Hirsch I
Orovitz and Mrs. David Phillips. .
PH/lADEl-HIANS 6ATHW HWI OPTOMETRIST RETURWD
Parkview Island, site pf the Mintxer family1! new Tnwnfti
sprouted a Philadelphia colony of home settle 1 First home**
on opening day was Philadelphia's Mrs. Jean Weisbord and s
next door neighbors will be another Cit) ol Brotherly UM
Norman Geddis and teen ager Harold.
Returned from the Orlando annual convention of J
Opt..metric Assn. is Dr. Seymour Schneider, ....ministratwi
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sincoff. of
2855 Royal Palm ave., announced
the betrothal of their daughter,
Sima Netta, to Rabbi Louis A.
Cael.
The bride-elect, formerly a rosi-
dent of Brooklyn, N.Y., studied
commercial art at Girls' Commer-
cial in Brooklyn, majored in music
at the University of Miami and
Brooklyn College and is at present
continuing her studies toward a
degree in elementary education at
the University of Miami.
The bridegroom-elect came to
Miami Beach four years ai{o after
serving as soiritual leader in Mo-
bile, Ala., Philadelphia, Pa., Syra-
cuse. NY., and Knoxville, Tenn.
Rabbi Ca.ssel occupied the pulpit i
at Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter in Miami and is now associated
with his brother. Rabbi Abraham
M. Cassel. at Torah Temple and
Oxford School.
Rabbi Cassel was ordained at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary in New York, is a gradu-
ate of Yeshiva College and Hebrew
Teachers Institute and also receiv-
ed his MA in educational psychol-
ogy at Columbia University.
An outdoor wedding is being
planned by the couple at Torah
Temple the latter part of May.
Lazarus, Emmcr
Plan July Kites
A July wedding is being plan-
ned by Miss Barbara Sue Lazarus
and Philip I. Emmer. son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Emmer. 6882 Hard-
ing ave., Miami Beach.
The announcement was made by
Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Lazarus, par-
ents of the bride-elect.
Miss Lazarus, a native Miamian,
graduated from Miami Senior High
School, where she was a member
of Tau Alpha Omega council. She
attended the University of Ala-
bama and is a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority.
Miss Lazarus is currently em-
ployed as a secretary for the
American Automobile Assn.
Mr. Emmer graduated from
Georg'n Institute of Technology.
He is member of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, Nation-
al Assn. of Home Builders. Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, the secretary of Mann. Em-
mer and Associates Construction
Co., and Miami Shores Construc-
tion Co.
Page 9 B
Suzanne Krause
And Perry Goldberg
Exchange Vows
In a 6:30 p.m. double ring can-
dlelight ceremony on Sunday, Apr.
8, at the Algiers hotel, Suzanne
Krause. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Krause, 2160 SW 19th ter..
became the bride of Perry Jav
Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Goldberg, 5225 N. Bay rd., and Chi-
oago. III. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
of Beth David Synagogue, offi-
ciated.
Ushers were David Krause,
brother of the bride, and Joel Gold-
berg, brother of the groom from
Chicago. Best man was Richard
Goldberg, brother of the groom
from Chicago.
Maid of honor at the' pink and
white decor wedding was Irma
Areu. Bridesmaids were Janet
Rosen, cousin of the bride, and
Berna Sue Chasen. Ring bearer
was Jeffrey Goldberg, nephew of
the groom.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School. She attended
the University of Miami on a schol-
arship from the Miami Fashion
Council and also studied at Terry
Art Institute in Miami.
Mr. Goldberg is a graduate of
the Hyde Park High School in
Chicago and attended the Universi-
ty of Illinois and University of Ari-
zona.
He is vice president of Jack
Goldberg Co.. Chicago, and active
in B'nai B'rith work there.
The.bride wore a waltz-length
gown of imported chantilly lace
over layers of flesh and white silk.
The fitted bodice had a short-
draped sleeve and square neck.
The skirt of lace, over layers of
flesh and white, flaired graceful!/
from a slim waist to below the hip
at the front, tapering to a deep
low point at the back.
This was bordered by a broad
crushed sash of pale flesh silk taf-
feta ending in a large butterfly-
bow at the low point at the back.
The skirt was finished below the
sash in a froth of white silk tulle
over flesh.
Her veil of four circular tiers
'of French silk illusion was held in
I place by a Juliet cap of lace over
flesh and was embroiderd in silk
seed pearls. The edge of her cap
lay in graceful appliques of lace.
The bride was escorted down the
| aisle by her father, carrying her
iconfirmation Bible covered in
white orchids.
Reception and formal dinner fol-
lowed.
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Two former University of Flor-
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married July 29.
Miss Bernice Joan GoldbergM
and Morton I. Gilman will be wed
on that date in Miami Springs Vil-
lit Playhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberger,
560 SE 5th at, Hialeah, are par-
ents of the bride-to-be Mr. Gil-
man is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Oilman. 6361 SW 3th-st.
Miss. Goldberger is a graduate
of Miami High School, her fiance,
of Miami Beach High. He now at-
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In a noon double rin? ceremony
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Terrace hotel, Miss Faye Ruth
| Sarasohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Neal Sarasohn. Birmingham. Ala.,
became the bride of Clayton Jay
Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Bernstein. 2230 SW 22nd ter.. Mia-
mi. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.* of
Beth David, performed the cere-
mony.
Best man was Melvin Rosenberg.
Usher was Robert Grossberger.
Sisters of the bride Carol Sarasohn
and Maureen Sarasohn were maid
of honor and junior bridesmaid.
Frances Mayers, maternal aunt of
the bride, provided the music for
the ceremony Decor ol the wed-
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The bride selected a short white
Chinese silk wedding gown with
bodice of alencon lace and lace
appliques on the skirt that gather-
ed Chinese silk in panels. A roll-
away neckline topped tiny sleeves.
Pearl and lace Queen Anne bonnet
fell away to sholder-length veil
of pure silk illusion. She carried
a cascade of white orchids on a
Bible made of mother of pearl and
belonging to her aunt.
The bride attended the Universi-
ty of Georgia and the University
of Alahama. She was a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Bernstein attended. Ohio
State University and received his
degree at the University of Miami.
At present, he is in the building
business here in Miami.
A seated dinner followed the
ceremony in the Panorama room
of the Biscayne Terrace hotel.
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9-Jewish rtcrkMan
Wi i tlel -K.ihn
MKS. ALAN JACKSON
lit Named Alternate Delegate
To Republican National Meet
Leon .1 KII. Miami Beach civic
and religious leader. ha> been nam
ed alternate delegate to the Re
i ifbliean ((invention from Florida,
i rding to an announcement by
I arl E T. Smith, of Palm Beach
Ell i- president of Temple Beth dental fraternity!
Shotom and a former president of After a reception and dinner in
the Jewish National Fund Council the Rubaiyef room of the Algiers.
. i Greater Miami. \ members of ,h'' couple left for an extended
the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra "'>""";" '" ^; Vogas, Arizona
and ( alifornia. They will make
their home at 1055 02nd st Bav
Candlelight Rites
For Miss Menaker
And Dr.. .Jackson
RaMM .loseph Narot officiated at
the candlelight ceremony that
united in marriage Miss Joan Ro-
berta Menaker and Dr. Alan Jack-
son, at the Algiers hotel on Apr. 8
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Menaker,
i. Miaou Beach, and
v., riage by her fath-
[| ;! on of Dr.
Marie Jackson.
r rest i:
. Fsinunel, sister of
t' > ron of honor,
and the Misses Arlene Lurie and
Francine Boxer acted as brides-
maids. Best man was Jerry Men
aker. brother of the bride, and Dr
Harold Friedman and Jack Falk
were ushers, with Robert Menaker
brother of the bride, as junior ush-
er.
The bride wore a floor length
(I re^s of embroidered lace over
satin and tulle and a French illu-
sion veil attached to a lace tiara
trimmed with sequins and pearls.
She carried a bouquet of white
orchids
The bride is a graduate of Mi
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Florida,
fir Jackson graduated from
Queens college, received his I)I)S
from the UnlvtUtty of Maryland
and studied orthodontia at Tufts
College He was a captain in the
Armj and belongs to Alpha Omega
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Philip M. Klurznick, internation-
al president oi B'nai B'rith, will
be principal speaker at a din-
ner to celebrate the 75th birth-
day of Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan
Sunday at New York's Waldorf
Astoria. Dr. Kaplan, who is pro-
fessor of religious philosophy
at Jewish Theological Semina-
ry of America, is founder of the
Jewish Reconstructiorust move-
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Mac Vicar Campaign;
In High Gear Here ij
Ides al 938 w 42nd
Miami Hi ach
Harbor
SINCE 1941 he has served:
HIS COUNTY- E2SS
County Sol-
icitor; Director, Dade County Bor A$*'n;
Faculty member, U. ot Miomi law School.
HIS STATE- {'/' '"
Judge; An t
State attorney; Associate Justice,
Supreme Court of Florida.
HIS NATION- ftttft
lot, I In
lir Force, E.T.O.; Recalled to octive duty
M Squadron Commander, Korean War.
A RECORD YOU CAN TRUST"
CITIZENS OF DADE COUNTY
.?# E B T
Robert J.
LEWISON
Candidate for
Judge, Stzti Claims Court
Resident cf Dade County 26 years.
Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith (2 years).
Active on C.J.A. Committee (Lawyer's Division).
Purpose, a simplified set of rules of evidence and
procedure so that parties may represent themselves
without an attorney.
Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8, 1956.
THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION
I D. MarVtrar. county commis- >
sion chairman who is running for
reelection, has appointed his com- >
mittee chairmen and opened his ?
campaign office
Jim Withers was appointed Mac-
Vicar's campaign chairman. J. N.
I.ummus. Jr. chairman % the fi-
nance committee, and Graham Mil-
ler, chairman nl the speakers com-
mittee.
MacVicar opened his campaign
offices in the Civic bldg.. 46 NW
1st -t Office* arc staffed by Ver-
non Bineham. public relations, and
Gertrude Chavin, secretary.
MacVicar Wednesday told The
Jewish Klondian that he is run-
ning for reelection to the county
commisMon in District Three en-
tirely on his record of service to
the people of Dade county during
he ten yajin he has served on the
commission.
MacVicar Mid "I have worked
faithfully toward expanding and
improving Miami International
airport. The airport is rated one
oi the top three airports in the
country," he -.mi. and the t i\il
\i ronautica Administration points
to it at model for other major
airport* to follow in their expan
sion program
ar added he was "inetrtt-
lal m acquiring Jaekaen Ha-
rm rial hospital from tiie eitj h voa
and 1 have active!) Mip>
ported expanding and improving
the boepitaL The county-owned
hospital is nou one oi the biggest
and heal in the south." MacVicar
aid
ON MY RECORD.,
I k you to be my judge.,
you want me to continue serrin,
YOUR JUDGE of the SMALL
COURT."
Keep Judge
SIDNEY L. SEGAll!
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Firs? Pcllfica! Try
It J I 11*8 can ||
the position ot judge of the
Group Two.
i first venture into I
(id
lived m Dade c
'> M' v. educated ...
the primar) and secondary schools
of thii count) He took pn
n at the I nivi | jhj.
fi m the
j law.
v "' time he is
P''-H!.n. ol Sholom lodge, Bnai
t'"'h ""' has been such for two
;'"m" wan 1..,., >,,ir hf,
"";" chairman -,i the annual
UKh Mh""1 '.test and
"" cttve throughout the rear on
iba, project which eventual* cul-
minated in having two local' bon
-...to Washington as, heir award
for winning the Bna, Hrnh debate
e i: e r t ...
EDWIN (ED)
MARGER
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
PuH Lever 41A
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contest.
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JUSTICE OF THE K&\
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Sot es Associate Judge of the Small Claim WJ
During 1954-1955
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.prijjojB.

is Hark
idence Day
P ,;";h ,rs
Liion Sunday. Apr. 15. 10
Sudcnts of 26 --cbool at-
L deluded the narrative
"Salute I" hra#l," with a
J,indent choral groups of
Lid Congregation, under
Liion of Cantor William
I coral Cables Jewish Cen-
Jjd by Robert Strassburg;
parfe Jewish (enter, under
xlllin ol Mrs. Lucille
^Nnrth Shore Jewish Cen-
^tej in Cantor Edward
Itonplo Beth Sholom, under
1ion of Mrs Coldie Suss-
Lmple Emanu-EI, directed
Iph Shreibman; and Temple
[directed bj Mrs. Josie Ad-
, script was written by Lou
nruman.
Jfv Kogan. former member
iHagana and regional direc
lihe Jewish National Fund.
j students. Israeli mov-
ure> were shown. Another
. of the program was
L of prizes to winners of
Kind art contest sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish
fRatncr family awards were
ented b) Mrs. Matilda H.
president of the Bureau.
|ion- on political aspects of
of Israel were consider-
ed ol the rally.
Ill to Israel" was sponsored
Bureau of Jewish Education
Council of Jewish Parent
|r Associations of Greater
Committee for arrange-
Dsisted of Mesdames Ben-
[Grcene. president of the
p. Jack August, Irving Bakst,
Smth. Nathan Davidow,
I Yuni\ Monroe Schiffman,
fishman. Sol Koenigsberg,
iMendeKohn. Jane Lawson,
Pumin. Molly Fabric and
bnal directors of the He-
ducators Council.
Williams Will Run
To Succeed Self
Judge Gene Williams has an-
nounced his intention to succeed
"mself as Judge of the Court of
r'mes- He was appointed by Gov.
I.oR"y Collins to a vacancy cre-
ated when the 1955 legislature in
creased the number of judges m
the Court of Crimes to two.
Judge Williams. 3!). has been a
resident of Hade county since 1925
He attended Little River Elemen-
tary. Miami Edison High school
and the University of Miami law
school, where he received his law
degree in 1939. He lives with his
wife and three children at 9500 SW
60th ct.
Williams was a navigator in the
Air Transport Command during
World War II. In 1953. the late
Gov. Dan McCarty appointed him
an assistant state attorney for
;Dade county, from which position
he was elevated by Gov. Collins to
the judiciary.
He has served a- president of
his law school student hody. presi-
Judge Raymond G. Nathan, can- dent of the Miami Junior Chamber
didate for circuit court, Wednes-1 of Commerce, vice president of
day saluted the women of Dade the Florida Junior Chamber of
county for taking an "increasingly Commerce. Secretary of the Dade
active interest in getting out the County Bar Association, and U I
vote." He said that women out* j member of the City of Miami long
numbered men three to one dur- term capital improvement commit-
ing late voter registration last tee.
week at the Courthouse. He is also a member of the Coral
Speaking before his campaign Cables Klks lodge. Miami Lions
women's executive committee, club, Pinecrest Daddies club, Bay-
Judge Nathan urged them to look*Glades Civic Assn.. and is a com-
into a candidate's qualifications I municant of St. Stephens Episcopal
"with all the inquisitiveness that,Church.
women are supposed to have."-----------------------------
For his own qualifications, th< Silverman New Manager
Page I IB
Nathan Says Thanks
For Voters' Support
KABBI JOSEPH NAROT
Beach Lodge Slates Dinner
North Miami Beach lodge 195,
Knights of Pythias, will hold its
first charter day dinner May 26.
at the Algiers hotel. Paul Bell is
chairman of the arrangements
committee.
Dr. Narot to Head
Joint Committee on
Religion Instruction
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple
Israel of Miami, has been named
chairman of a joint advisory com-
mittee on religion and the public
schools whtth has recently been
set up within the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
Paul Scidcrman. of the Anti-
Defamation League, is vice chair-
man, and Seymour Samet. Of the
American Jewish Committee, is
secretary.
Religious and civic agencies
which constitute the joint advisory
committee are American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish Con-
gress. Anti-Defamation League,
Bureau of Jewish Education, Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. Jew-
ish Labor Committee. Jewish War
Veterans, National Council of Jew-
ish Women and Rabbinical As-n.
of Greater Miami.
Purpose of this committee is to
study and recommend ideas, pro-
I grams and action with respect to
religion and the public schools.
ts Goesfs of Women
B'rith Women of Miami
day at Beth David audi-
Program featured Jewish
from foreign lands who
wated with llillel House at
pmlty of Miami. Dr. Don-
(rhaelson. director of Hillel
introduced the guests.
Judge stated that "I have the repu
tstion of being the hardest working
Judge in Dade county, and I am j
proud that the voters gave me a
vote of confidence two years ago
when I was returned to office with
the highest vote ever given, any
judge in the state of Florida.
"I pledge to keep right on work-
ing hard for the peoplefor all
the people^as your circuit court
judge," he said.
He pointed to the fact that "I
have heard nearly 23,000 cases in
the last three years alone, invnlv
Of Normandy Isle Branch
Appointment of Hilary Silver-
man, 834 83rd st, Miami Beach,
as manager of the Normandy Isle,
branch. Washington Federal Sav-
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Silverman, a member of the law
firm of Courshon and Courshon.
holds a Bachelors degree from the
University of Miami law school.
A native of Pittsburgh, he came
here in 1948, and is also a gradu-
ate of the general arts school at;
ing between 75,000 and 80.000 peo
pie. covering every type of legal, problem. .Miami Senior High school.
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Members of the String Sinfonietta of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center (left to right) are
Rose Schneebalg. Dr. George Baum. Dr. I.
A. Porias. Robert Strassburg, Herman
Cohen, Joseph Rynning and Louis Essner.
Second row are Ruth Green. Kathryn
Lubow, Dr. Charles Rosenfel. Dr. Harold
Klite. Mary Golden and Hilta Seitlin. Rear
are Rudolph Nettle, Henry Berninger. Rue-
sel Broughman. Cora Friedman and George
Lubow. Not shown are Arthur Peterson. A.
E. Sampson. Abraham Steinberg and Peter
Bergman.
String Sinfonietta Grows from 4 to 22 Enthusiastic Players
Rabbi April kidresus
Students of Beaumont Hall
Rabbi Simon April. Miami Ho
brrw School and Congregation
spiritual leader, addressed stu-
dents at the University of Miami
in Beaumont hall this week on
"Orthodox Jewry."
The address waa part of a re-
ligious exchange series entitled
"This We Believe." Also appearing
on the program were Dr. George
Beecham. Washington, D.C.. rep-
resenting Ethical Culture, and Rev
Roy Johnson, of the University
Christian Church.
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The String Sinfonietta of the
Coral Gables Jewish ("enter has
grown from a small group of
four players to a membership of
22 enthusiastic ihiiici;ui- in a
period of six months And !.it
Sunday evening, the string group
gave a concert at the Center.
But thi> kind of progress
didn't "just happen." according
to Robert Strassburg, director of
the Sinfonietta and of mu-iral
programs at the Coral Gables
Jewish (.'enter.
Men and women from a!l walks
of lifein all trades and profes-
sions practice every Sunday
evening from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
with wonderful enthu-ia-m and
devotion "The result i- that they
are not only a source of satis
faction to themselves but are al-
"Wiedmung" by Schumann and,
"Connais Tu le Pays" from,
"MifDOn." by Thomas.
A highlight of the evening t*ai ]
Cantor Irving RobinaoB*! rendi-
tion of The Rahhi of Bachrach"
by Strassburg. who composed the j
work in commemoration of the'
100th anniversary of poet Hein-1
rich Heine Cantor Robinson also !
performed the prologue to "Pag- j
liacci" and "Mada^ima" from
Don Giovanni" by T.ozart.
Weather Map Display
Due at Washington federal
All you need to know about the
weather here or any place in the
. I'.S and lower Canada will toon
be displayed in map and chart
form at a huge "weather center"
to be constructed in a 12x9 foot
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Sunday evening's concert at
the Center sponsored by the
Brotherhood, was the second ** P|us charts S,v,n* local
according ^Savings and Loan Assn.. Miami
The display will include a large
map 'hawing weather in major
was
fince its organization Miss Son
>a Riva Klein, flute soloist, was
heard in the Bach "Suite in B
minor." followed by a "Gavotte"
weather data, tides, barometer
readings and temperatures.
A hurricane plotting device also
is included in the display, plus
by Gluck arid a Minuette and charts showing rainfall averages
Trio from the Septet" by j a"d current amounts.
Beethoven
Goldie Sussman. tirst soprano
of the Center choir, presented
In Harmony
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nl 20. 1956
\ar
JMitzvctlt
BargteU
\amnuviNi
if.Tov/^ers
)uer Student
in of Mr and Mrs. Saul
bocnmc Bar Mit/*ah
rwrnin-; services of
til n. Apr. 21.
Lov K will Of-
I seventh grade stu-
jenandoah J inior High
Jitter ling Beth David
M for the past eight
| er of the Talk
ub.
will include
Mr, and Mrs. JacoD
Into, am! Mr and Mrs.
mIo. Fla.
Ardmoi
JAY Ni AHOY SKY
Reception to Fete
Joy Mokovsky
Jay Stuart Makovaki win he
meBr Mitzvah durSg Surd
:;nV""-- Apr. 21. of K
MM Congregation. Rabbi h
took Rottman will 0ffidat
Ja> is the .on of Dr. an.] Mr,
Qjn H. Makevsk* 3414 Prairio-
** Dr Makoveky .s Beth Israel
president.
The Bar Mitivah will chant the
entire Sabbath morning service
and read tl,, Weekly Portion of the
Law.
A recrpt,n honoring the eighth
Krndc Hebrew Academy student
* bt held a! h,- home Sunday.
Ohtof-town guests attending the
""" wUl be Jay's maternal
Mr. and Mrs. i.
Gershbock. Si. Louj,, Mo ,,,,, hJj
">"'. a freshman at Bran-
deiaHfaiveraity, who will flj down
from Waltham, Hi
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES

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Phone MO 1-8201
>A * u^W*\^A/*U/-l
Presser
fcvah Here
Bser. 713H Bonita dr.,
k'and Houston, Tex.,
hi- Bar Mitzvah Sat-
21! ai Torah Temple.
If. Cassel will of-
;a junior high student
[^pool. Miami Beach,
won the campus. Fie is
ISorua Presser and Rob-
f. of Houston.
! many guests cxpect-
rvice will be c la^smates
I Oxford students of Dan-
lfill follow the services.
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
Al'llllllll'K
Robert, son of Mr. .and Mrs.
Louis Cole of 9800 E. Bay Har-
bor dr., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Apr. 21, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
l-aui in -'.
IffUCE ROME*
randraother
Present
M ol Mr and Mrs.
*man. will become Bar
[ Sabbat h i >crv.
David i allegation,
Yaak \ Ko>enberg
e
| i awenth grade stu-
* Grove Junior High
' member of the
ha- been enrolled at
[reliRious school for the
paths.
p. he attended Temple
Pntington, Long Island.
tears.
Wests will include
"W. Mr-,. Mary Jack-
lungton.
Bruce Romer Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
The synagogue which his father
helped organize and where his
parents were married will be" the
site of Bruce Romer's Bar Mitz-
vah.
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Romer, 9224 Emerson ave., Surf-
side, will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday, Apr. 21, in Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will
officiate.
A reception will be held Sunday
at the Hibiscus Masonic lodge.
Bruce was graduated from religi-
ous school and is in the eighth
grade at Nautilus Junior High
School.
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Apr. 21. Rabbi Lehrman will
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grade student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Agudath Israel
"SOI Carlyle ave Orthodox
Rabbi ISAAC Bvst
Fri. evening lervicei 6:S0 rm
r-.it. morning services, 8:J0 am.
Sermon Topic:
"Dislribiiti.ni of Reward and
Punishment in Life"
' '"ll ..... '*'
Anshe Emes
2)43 Cora! w.ty
Beth David
262$ SW 3rd ave Owiwruilrt*
R^bbi Yaakov Robdni
C\N IIIK Wll I 1 ^-l \V LlPSQN
Fri evening lervicei 8 II Pm
Sermon Topic:
"BnJev Murphy From a leu
of View
-.,[ morning lervicw ... 9 a.m
Bar Mittvah

en Jackman
Ste' 1
Beth El
5W 17th ave
Rvbhi Shmaryahu T
Canto* Lot m Gaiti nhajl's
. 6:13 p.m
morning l:JO a.n
Sermon Topic:
The Strategy of Faith"
Beth Emeth
12201 NW 7th avc.
Fri evening tervicei 1 ;|1 r
Sal morning lervicei 9 JO am
i
Beth Israel
Prairie ave ''
Rabbi II LOUIS ROTI MAN
I ri evening len ices f W r
^..t corning services I Ml a.m
inm Tor.
imI Bati
Bar Mitsvah liv Stuart, to
Di and Mr Irwm H Makovaky
Homestead Center
183 NE 8th st. Homestead
Conen am t
Morris c;i an official
Friday evening Btrvsra ... 8 p
Hollywood Beth Sholem
1723 M "J
Conn i .mi e
Rabbi SaMI I I U R
Hollywood Temple Sinai
0 Pott at., HoBtr
iscn jinr
R\bbi David Shapiro
Cantob Vi mi da Hin rraVn
Pri evening services '' r "'
Sermon Topic:
('niftu Chatacteritici i '
inoming 9 '
Bai Mnuvah Harold
Mr and Mr- Prank Kuehnei
Israelite Center
s\v ; ;,i ( i.fTianif
Rami Morton Mai \vt
Cantor 8 8ai row
evening services 10 r m-
ing tervJces 8 Jo a.m.
Sermon Top*
Holltlfv.
Temple Beth Sholom
4144 CHas. ave Liberal
Rabbi Lion Krovimi
Ca* POR 8*alUSI KRLIMBR
Fri fvenisg ID***** '" Pm
inm Topic
The Sabbath ,>l h'ael I Fv.Mf.ue
: tn< Danger '
s.ii morning services 10:41 a.m.
Bar Mftroh Rofctft, "> of
Mr and Mrs L"""1 Culc
Ba- MlUvah Mjxiiic. daUgfe
Mi and Mi Gilbert Goldman
1701

Temple Emanu-El
Washington .<\c Coruenatne
Radii Irvthd l.rnaMAN
(Amor I'miiip Bbi'MMBR
In iVRAang -<'vicr- S and 8: SO
,k.r hum Katz. principal,
Miami Beach High SchM.I
Sat morning ..9am.
Sermon Topi
V/eM> P"rti,..i"
R... Mitsvah Rosalind, daughter of j
RahHi and Mr- Irving Lrhrman
W*m tt (ft*,
SamHirsch ,
and direct- 'wdjui
Samuels, at aT %
Sholom on WednetaJ
terhood preside, A
^PUcealtheTe^]
Beth Jacob

1 Washington ave
R \bui Tihor Stern
Mai an i Mam
, 6 '" p m.
a in
- ,
ficed"
Msttvah Bruce, son of
Mr irj Mr- Phi!
i
Beth Raphael


. 6
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NW
R isbi Arif
Fri
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Beth Tfilah
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Coral Gables Center
ave I
Raddi Mori
Cam l
. 8.15 p m.
It| / Hlgl U'4\"
-" am
i
Flagler-Granada
NAY 31st pi. atii-e
Rabbi Leo Hum
1 i evening ten
: Ding -ft'.
Sermon T. pic:
' Weei Portion"
Kneseth Israel
1413 Budld avr
Rabbi [onah E Cadi ^
Cantob Arraham s
Pri evening nrvleas 6:13 p m.
s.ii morning Mrvtoti 8 >(i a m
Sermon Topic
ni' an.i Relici.'tn Authl
Lauderdale Emanu-El
S Andrew- a\e Ft, Lauderdale
Re
Rsbbi Mmih Random
Monticello Park
164th -t ff NE 11th ave.. Conservative
R\bbi l-\\<: LrRi r
Fn evening services 1:13 r m.
Guest ipeakei Louis Sdrwartaman,
executive director, Bureau of Jewish
I .turn
Sermon Topic:
tt | 7..i, i ver"
9am
Bar Mittvah
Mi 1 ...' William Cowan, ion ol
Mi and Mr- Robert Levttan
Miami Hebrew School
SW 12*1
R^ Al'HI
Cantor Biri i i Kblrmcr
Fn evening aervicct t\ -n p m
1 a in
Sermon Topic-
/. Religion Against Reti
North Dade Center
V.' I>ixir !..
R\bbi III \ki Okolm <
1 kNTOi Mauri i Nbu
evening services 8 15 p m
Sermon Top
' Cai We Conquer Fej''"
a ni
M t:\ah Dooal
Mr | ,jn


p m
. B:J0 a 111
Temple Zion
3720 SW 17th -t Cmnervatiie
Rabhi Ai i rip W'axmav
In evening aervicei f> 15 pm
Late ln aervicai 8:J0 p.m.
'-. : moil Topu :
i T( .lav and
morning Btrvicn ... 9 a.m
Bar Mitxvafa Martin, son of
Mr and Klr JuInH Creenwald
M^^ga^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
Tifereth Israel
6500 N Miami ave. Convenatne
Rabbi Abraham Herson
Cantor Aibirt Glantz
Fri. evening er\ice 8:i0 p.m.
Sermon Topic:
The ku.l.ii.h Meaning and
Message"
Sal Morning services ... 9 a.m.
Srrmon Topic:
' Pro/aniiy"
Torah Temple
1234 \\'e>t ave American /iiJditm '
Rabbi Abrmmm ('\c-ri.
R^BBl (pull CsVMDI
Zamora Jewish Center
44 Zamora a\e C.'mertatu e
R^BHl B Li.>s Hi rwitz
i" Ri in pii Brii i
Fn eveninc- services 8 15 pm
5c.....B I ..pic:
lamel'i /^dependence
A Arthur Pekelner. I
nt, Miami ZioTust District. Max'
Pnedaon, president, Coral Gables
Zionist District
S^t mormi 8:Jfl am
Bar Miusah Stephen, -on ot
Mr an.] Mr- Leon Smith
Spirit of Israel's calm determi-
nation to defend the land as
Jewish State marks its ninth
year of indepedence is seen in
face of this young villager,
leaving Mosad Alryah Chil-
dren's Village at Petach Tik-
vah, project of Mixrachi Wom-
en's Organisation of America,
to join religious border settle-
ment. Her graduation from
village marks completion of
years of agricultural, academic
and religious training at Miz-
rachi Women's project.
Ashburn Pledges
'Continued Service'
Ralph V. Ashburn. candidate for
constable. District 1, was born in
Columbia. S.C. 37 years ago. Edu-
cated in Winston-Salem, N.C, Ash-
burn is married to the former Mil-
dred Mallord. They have two chil-
dren, Linda Darlene, age 4. and
Kathy Charlene, age 15 months.
Ashburn came to Miami in 1942
and was employed by the El Portal
police department. For the last 10
years, he has served as deputy con-
stable in District 1.
"Ashburn was commended by
the U.S. Treasury Department for
his cooperation and assistance in
the arrest of three famous counter-
feiters who were arrested with
S250.000 in counterfeit money in
their possession," his supporters
said Wednesday.
Ashburn pledges that he will
"continue to serve the people as I
have dono in the past."
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have been CTeayj
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Program's Support
North Shore Center
Hash Miym Adramowit!
>l EDV.ABU Kl
Fri. evenn s i. y m.
Sermon To|
M .'p'lv Andkm
"<"f'>"': -unt7ior2o"v.'-.r-."lJr
= -' sted i.y the Universlti
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Bar Mttsvak Charlas, on of
Mr Miriam SiKe'r
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918 6th R\Hhl Al RXANDEB Cl
tveninc services eS 2S p in
Sat. morning services ... 9 a.m.
Sermon Topic:
"Weekjv Portion"
Hialeah-Miami Springs
9.^ 1 E. 4th ave. Comer.
Rabbi Bofi*- RaCKOVDKV
Fri. evening ir\-ices 8:15 pm
Sermon Top
'The Hereafter Or What Are
v We After Here'
Temple B'nai Sholom
\w ird st ( aerwutx
Camtor Biv Cromdero
Pri evening servicea B:IS'p.m
Temple Israel
m ne i9th -t R,/0,m
Rabbi Josrpit NaSOT
Rabbi |aODD Kafian Rabbi Emeritus
CaMTOR Jacob Bofn-tiis
Fri evening aKPtaSM 1:1] p in
Sermon Topic:
Current Trends in American Judaitm
Orthodoxy Preaches Secession"
(Firt in a series)
County Commissioner Grant
Stockdale is a candidate for re-
election to his District 5 post in
the May primaries
A former state legislator, Stock-'
late has been a resident of Dade
was gradu-
iiy ol Miami
and is a former president of the
Miami Jaycees and I'M Alumni
Assn
Stockdale, who lives at 5572 Pine
di Miami Beach, is a major
in the Marine Corpt Reserve Mar-
ried, he has five children.
In a prepared statement, he said.
complexities of government today
demand specialized training and
skill from its administrators. And'
I leel my experience acquired as'
a public servant will enable me,
to ably serve the people of Dade
county m a second county com!
mission term."
He pledged continued support of
Greater Miami's highway, bridge
and expressway program, expan-
sion of Jackson Memorial hospital
Rnd L'M medical school,
Re-Elect
GRANT
Stockdal
YOUR
COUNTY COI
Progressive
Dep<
"Everybody's Dade County
Commissioner"
Won the Outstanding Good Government Award frijj
National Junior Chamber of Commerce Apt*!
first term in office
Yomr \*tm Appreciated Ml
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cuit i ou. t of Dad County, Florida
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fit Ehiel Lesowoder. who was recently elected president
er Miami Histadrut committee. He is shown with Mil-
er (right), treasurer, and national secretary of Histadrut
ov Biegun at a meeting here.
ger Wiil Seek Peace Justice Post
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ine underslrned, UsirinK to enKaup in
ibuaineai under the fictitious name nf
I US MM' AMI SKMKNT COMPANY,
al 511 \ w sth Street, Miami. Floi -
Ida, Intf-nrlH in reglnter ,n|ii name with
the link ,,r ih.- Clrcull Court ..f Da.dc
. Florida.
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STKI.N PROPER I IKS. at rtl V.
Avenue coral Qabl. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
'' ''" IfcwH I ourt <.f Dade County,
FREDA H BRENNER
I'AII. BTEIN
DAVID BTEIN
REBECCA 8. KLEIN
BRENNER
STEIN PROPERTIES
WII.I.IAM I
Attorney for
4/6-1.1-20-27
j Marger. Miami Beach at
finnounccd Wednesday that
(run for Justice of the Peace
15 in the May Democratic
is a member of the board
of the Miami Beach
Ik and legal aid officer for
resided in Dade county,
[tears. The candidate said
'campaign on a platform j
night court sessions, j
appointments and a'
lintrrpretation of criminal'
and civil laws.
During World War II, Marger
served with the Air Force in the
Pacific as a cryptographer.
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BTONE*8 DEPARTMENT STORE, nl
N W 17th street. Miami, Florida,
intend* to register aald name with the
Clerk or the Circuit durt of Dade
County. Florida.
BENNIE BTONE
EERY BTONE
Attorn*) for Beanie si,me,
Stone's I > partment st.,i ,
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inder the fictitious name of
THE PHYSICIANS fJROCP, at 1431
North Bayahore Drive, Miami 3fi,
la, Intend to r< stater -.liii name
with the Clerk "i the Circuit court of
Dade County, Florida.
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MARTIN S KKI.I.K
MAI'RICE RICH
R DAVID EPSTEIN
SAM r EL trERTMAN
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
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4M Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
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VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE
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No. 188907
JEAN s FRASCA, Plaintiff,
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l.oris FRASCA, Dafi ndi
You, l.oris FRASCA. 8 Concord
Street, Aahland, Maaaachui
notified to file defenalve pleadinga to.
this suit with the Coort'a Clerk, and*
.i copy on iilalntiff's attorney!I
MURRAY OOODMAN, 410 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, on or be-
fore May 7. last, or she oomplaJnt win
be taken aa confeaeed
Dated April 3. 19.'>6.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
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Notice ih hereby oiven thai
the underslsjned, denlrlna to ensejte i-,
bualneaa under the flctltloua tusroe of
RTYLANEZE FURNITURE INDI '-'-
TRIES, at 1640 s W. 18th Lane, M
ml, Florida, Intends to resjteter ai'i
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dad* County, Florida.
BTYEANEZE, INC., a Flo
Corporation, Sole > nei
PALLOT, SILVER and Ml i.i.i >Y
foi Applicant
Tim Contrreaa I:u i 80-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37488-B
In !<<: ESTATE OF
LEO HONIOSBERO a/k/a
DR. LEON HONIOSBERO,
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To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
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late of I'Hde County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
county, and rile the same In their
offi.es in th<> County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within ,i>;lit
calendar months from the date of
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une wllL he haired. See Section
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Date March M, A.D. IM.
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i i: LEO HONIOSBERn,
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HASHES mm THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTAVAlbert Bessis, the only Jewish member of the new
all-Tunisian Cabinet, presided at the inaugural meeting of the Tunisian
National Legislature here last week. M. Bessis, Minister of Urban
Development and former president of the Keren Hayesod in Tunis, was
selected for the honor because he is the oldest member of the Cabinet
He was assisted bv Ahmed Ben Salah. secretary general of the Tunisian
trade union movement and the youngest deputy in the Assembly.
TUNIS (JTA> Delegates to the World Zionist Congress have been
named here without elections. The delegates and their party affilia-
tions are: Moche Kalchem and Moche Madar. Progressive General Zion-
ists with Raphael Scialom and Eliaou Sitbon as alternates; Meyer
Bellitv and Ram Journo. Mapai. with Dr. Bartfeld and Maunca GUM ^
alternates; and Dr Henri Brami and M. Dovdivani. Mizrachi. with ^ou-
zefa Cohen and Moche Farjon as Itematea
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
LONDON (.JTAiA number of defendants in the famous Sl;m-ky
trial which triKKcrcd anti-Jewish arrests and purges in various Com-
munist countries four years ago have been released with little fanfare.
it was reported here from Prague. Among the charges against Rudolf
Slansky. one time head of the Czechoslovak Communist party was that
he had cooperated with Zionists in an alleged imperialist plot against
Czechoslovakia. Mr. Slansky. a Jew. and ten other defendants wuc
hanged in 1952.
ROME (JTA)United Nations Secretary Dag Hammarskjold had
private audience with Pope Pius XII here during which the Pope re-
iterated the Vatican's interest in Jerusalem and the Holy Places and its
view that they should be internationalized. The Pope also expressed a
deep concern lor peace. Mr. Hammarskjold. who was in Rome on his
Security Council mission to seek pacification of the Arab-Israel borders,
expressed his hope of achieving an agreement in the Middle East.
BONN (JTA>The Bundestag Indemnification Committee has con-
cluded its deliberations on the long-delayed draft amendment to the
Federal Indemnification Law for individual victims of Nazism, and is
expected to submit its report to the Bundestag in the course of this
month. The amendment must then be passed by the Bundestag in a
second and third reading, and by the Federal Councilthe Upper House
in a final reading In the first reading, the Bundestag and the Federal
Council differed widely F.ven if -uch divergences can be avoided this
time, it is not likely to be enacted before May.
LONDON (JTAiThe Arab League has intervened with the Egyp-
tian Swimming Federation and has caused it to cancel an invitation to
Esther Williams, Hollywood star and top American woman swimmer, to
Msit Egypt, it was reported here in dispatches from Cairo. The reason
lor the Arab League's intervention was Miss Williams' fund raising ac-
tivities in behalf of Israel and a book she wrote of her impressions of
a trip to Israel. Mi-- Williams had been scheduled to present her water
ballet show in Cairo.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)The Zionist movement in Brazil will be
represented at the World Zionist Congress, which takes place this month
in Jerusalem, by eight delegates. They include three labor Zionists,
two General Zionists, two Mapam members and one member of the
Mizrachi Labor Organization The Zionist Revisionists announced that
they will lodge a complaint with the Congress court against the decision
of the central election board refusing them representation in the Con-
s delegation
CHICAGO (JTA) An appeal to American Jewry to give maximum
aid to Israel through the Cnited Jewish Appeal was voiced here by Bar-
rett Janner. veteran Jewish member of the British Parliament, address-
ing a regional UJA conference attended by more than 400 delegates.
Mr Janner, who is also president of the Board of Deputies of British
Jews revealed (hat Israel must spend S20.0O0.OO0 for air raid shelters
because of the fear of a sudden Arab air attack. "We. in England, know
vhat it meant to construct air raid shelters,'' he stated.
WASHINGTON (WHS) Typical Fascist methods, anti Semitism,
racism and anti-parliamentarianism. were employed by the leaders oi
the Poujadist movement in the recent French political campaign.
French Premier Guy Mollet declared in an interview in the current
i-sue oi IS Newi and World Report. The people who voted for Pierre
Poujade. the Premier asserts, were not Fascists but dupes of Fudsl
method*.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)David Berber, chairman of the Tax Review
Board, has ben appointed City Solicitor by Mayor Richardson Dilworth.
Berger succeeds Abraham L Freedman. who resigned from the cit\'s
top legal post last week.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (JTAI Governor George M. Leader has re
appointed Miss C. Marion Kobn and Mrs. Florence D. Weinstein to posts
on the Philadelphia County Board of Assistance.
LATEST WIRES fftOJM ISRAEL
_______
JERUSALEM (JTA)Saudi Arabia is receiving American weapons,
carriers and other vehicles through Japan, and weapons carriers des-
tined for Saudi Arabia have already been shipped from Yokohoma. ac-
cording to reports received in Hong Kong and quoted by the Jerusalem
Post. According to this information, Syria is now negotiating with the
Japanese for aircraft parts and ammunition valued at $10,000,000. The
Tokyo daily Yomuiri Shimbun first revealed the Syrian negotiations.
HAIFA (JTA) The entire engineering student body of Israel
Institute of Technology, numbering some 1.700. has begun five days of
volunteer fortification work at Israel's border settlements. The students
were joined by the Institute's teachers and employees whose organiza-
tions issued calls for their members to follow suit. Welcoming the
students initiative. General Yaacov Dori. president, declared that the
Institute would be closed for the period concerned. All students re
ceived medical examinations to insure their fitness for the strenuous
work involved.
Soviet Union and a number from Poland, Rumania and Chechoslovakia
are attending an international scientific conference being held in Israel.
They are among the representatives of 20 countries at the world con-
ference of the Commission on Macromolecules of the. International
Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry which opened bSfre at the Weiz
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Page 8 B >Jcnfstlhr*mw <3n the Kealrn of Society MISS YVONNE GltflERT MISS ROBERTA RE.TER 1 Jill! .in i Vlrtnl MISS MADtlYN BUG Yvonne Gilbert, of Pioneer Miami Family, Plans June Wedding and MrMae Wlni* and Mr. Benia her school magazine. "Rammer mm Winif, Philadelphia. Pa. I!:Jammer" as the mo*t beautiful grandparents are the prominent girl of the month. As "Miss FebReuben Lipskys, Philadelphia. ruary." -he was written up by the The couple's betroth*] wa> re magazine, with three panes of phoMar. 'fl at a lawn party in tographs devoted to her. Gilbert Hume, with some 250 The 19-year-old bride-to-be is a guests In attendance. native Miamian and graduated Yvonne. | s.iphnmnre majoring' from Beach elementary and high in education at the l'niver-iiy of school At Alabama, -he is a memAlabama, was recently chosen by Vvonne Natalie c;i' tx>rt Stephen l' Winif arc making plans for their wedding in June The bride-elect ithe daughter • Mr and Mrs Larrj Gilbert, 4539 rd Miami Beach, pioneer who came here some 30 o Her grai Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields, also 1< Dg-time residents <>f this area Yvonne's fiance is the son of Prominent Families To Be Tnited Here Madelyn Ber Stanlej Rob Their betrothal was announced ert Rosenbei making plans at a party Mar 28 in the Seville Iheir wedding which will take hotel given t"r family and friend plac< Dec. 22. Miss Silverman, Fiance Eye June in Phvllrs Hen Silvi man and S u.l I. Greeniader are planning I by the bride-elect's parents. Mr ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her brother Arthur, also nativeborn, is a third year student at the University of Miami medical school. Yvonne met her fiance on the University of Alabama campus, where Mr. Winig was a student and and Mrs Henry Bert'. 2386SW 19th a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fratcr. Mr Ro s enborg is the son of Dr. Mn Marvin E. Rosenberg. Shaker Height, > Madelyn graduated from Miami June 10 wedding at the DiLido Senior High School and is present J. I, .Miami Beach. |j ., (re-hman at the University The I ride elect, daughter of Mrs Of Miami At Miami High, she exl Silverman and the late celled In journalism and creative owner of the Town restaurant of .Mr. Silverman. is a graduate of writing. ich High School While A member of Quill and Scroll. ndmg the University ol Miami, she was the winner of a national ss Silverman was Pen club sec essay award and had numerous retary, Varsity cheerleader and a poems published She was also a • r ol Sigma Lambda Phi, member of Phi Sigma Tau. en's -erv.ee sorority. s anl ,, v h ., student at he Uni She resides with her mother at ver-ity of Miami, where he i| - %  Of I B'nai Brith lodga there, and ears in tl BE \ I niversitj ol Miami, is i member ol Alpha ::..•• rnit\ ternity Presently, he is executive of Carolina Mills. Dillon. S.CT Plans call fur the wedding in 'he Rosewood room of the Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple KmanuEl. of which the Gilberts are member-, will officiate. Mr. Gilbert is Miami Betters Reveal Troth Of Daughter Roberta Mr and Mrs. Samuel Reiter. 3040 Prairie ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Roberta, to Eugene J. Weiss. The couple are planning a June 3 wedding in Miami Beach. Miss Rafter is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. Mi. Weiss, son of Mrs Margaret Malek, 1561 UTHIX ave and Max Mrs. Rosenberg is presentlv iervW(|VN N < w Vork City, graduated 0 presided of the Worn Council Of B'nai Brith. n's parents are long time lents here HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON end PONT A Miami Beach attorney, he is : man Ol the board of Miami Beach Ipartmenl HOUK A-H., and a member of the Junior < bamoer <>' ( ommerce, B'md B rath and Elks 1\s73 KOSHER CATERERS from hers doeuvrct fe a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE frffM Under Rabbinical Suptrt'ltion OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MIT2VAHS RECEPTIONS DUE TO OUR EXPANSION WE REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL 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. DR. JACK M. SAFRA Optometrist announces the R:MOVAL OF HIS OFFICE TO 420 LINCOLN ROAD (lohky) Miami Beach Office Hours: t • 5:30 Phone JE 4-2343 ANNOUNCING the opening of another Sylria'H DESIGN FOR BEAUTY Specialiaing in Hair Tints 175 rtS4 ST.. MIAMI BEACH Telephone UN t S2S1 alto SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON OELMAR HOTEL A V3GUST BROS k> i #Uband Oscar*] of "Americans All" WEDDING ANNIVHtSAKY GUEST FROM SWITZERLAND Mrs. Louis Sussman, Belleville. N..I. national president! National Women's League of the United Synagogue of AmenaJ from the Southeast conference of the group recently held 11] ville. Mrs. Sussman is currently vacationing at Waldmui hotel prior to returning to Bellevile. Mr. and Mrs. Irvipjj 1038 Lenox ave.. celebrated their 30th wedding annivers Back after a two-week business trip to Pittsburgh, Medof. 5500 Pine Tree dr. Joe Weintraub, of American Title, was host last Broinor, insurance executive of St. Gall, Switzerland, wbjl panied here by Mrs. Broinor. Friends haw been receiwfi postcards from Mr. and Mrs. Saul Langsner, 2020 Calais drj vacationing in Mexico City, Taxco and Acapulco. The Allison Island home of Mrs. Al Young is the site 1 that entertained her sister. Mr*. Jack Fellers, while on va Jackson Heights. NY A bout Joe Weintraub again: He mi will spend the summer around Banff and Lake Louise instead( their usual vacation on the continent. Planning a party 1 Pinetree Drive Circle home this weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Jaftj Assisting as hostesses will be AArs. Baron de Hirsch I Orovitz and Mrs. David Phillips. PH/lADEl-HIANS 6ATHW HWI OPTOMETRIST RETURWD Parkview Island, site pf the Mintxer family 1 new Tnwnfti sprouted a Philadelphia colony of home settle 1 First home** on opening day was Philadelphia's Mrs. Jean Weisbord and s next door neighbors will be another Cit) ol Brotherly UM Norman Geddis and teen ager Harold. %  Returned from the Orlando annual convention of J Opt..metric Assn. is Dr. Seymour Schneider, ....ministratwi the group and editor of the Florida Optometric Journal... Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for am Social WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES HOTEL BAI MITZVAHS from 25 te 1,0 ON the Oceon ef Lincoln o4 FOB tfSMVATIOMS TUErHONE Jl MB] 8 •. mm*.*** SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •ree. U.a pat. on. MIAMI RfstAJM MACN PT. UBWttMl ^ Ml* I



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Page 10 B 9Jewish rtcrkMan Wi i tlel -K.ihn MKS. ALAN JACKSON lit Named Alternate Delegate To Republican National Meet Leon .1 KII. Miami Beach civic and religious leader. ha> been nam ed alternate delegate to the Re i ifbliean ((invention from Florida, i rding to an announcement by I arl E T. Smith, of Palm Beach Ell ipresident of Temple Beth dental fraternity! Shotom and a former president of After a reception and dinner in the Jewish National Fund Council the Rubaiyef room of the Algiers. i Greater Miami. \ members of ,h '' couple left for an extended the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra "'•>""";" '" ^; Vogas, Arizona and ( alifornia. They will make their home at 1055 02nd st Bav Candlelight Rites For Miss Menaker And Dr.. .Jackson RaMM .loseph Narot officiated at the candlelight ceremony that united in marriage Miss Joan Roberta Menaker and Dr. Alan Jackson, at the Algiers hotel on Apr. 8 The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Menaker, i. Miaou Beach, and v., riage by her fath[| ;! %  on of Dr. Marie Jackson. r rest i: Fsinunel, sister of t' > ron of honor, and the Misses Arlene Lurie and Francine Boxer acted as bridesmaids. Best man was Jerry Men aker. brother of the bride, and Dr Harold Friedman and Jack Falk were ushers, with Robert Menaker brother of the bride, as junior usher. The bride wore a floor length (I re^s of embroidered lace over satin and tulle and a French illusion veil attached to a lace tiara trimmed with sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of white orchids The bride is a graduate of Mi ami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida, fir Jackson graduated from Queens college, received his I)I)S from the UnlvtUtty of Maryland and studied orthodontia at Tufts College He was a captain in the Armj and belongs to Alpha Omega ^-*W^**v LY PICK-UPS TO NlW Y 0 AN. 0 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO • mmmmm NIW JERSEY ALBANY • WASHINGTON MOVIDEIKI mi .11 .tfc.r pate* WttMr Unit* AND "iTimog" BOSTON Philip M. Klurznick, international president oi B'nai B'rith, will be principal speaker at a dinner to celebrate the 75th birthday of Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan Sunday at New York's Waldorf Astoria. Dr. Kaplan, who is professor of religious philosophy at Jewish Theological Seminary of America, is founder of the Jewish Reconstructiorust movement. Firo Proof Constructed Storage Wore/i 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach oosc Dial j[; Mac Vicar Campaign; In High Gear Here ij Ides al 938 w 42nd Miami Hi ach Harbor SINCE 1941 he has served: HIS COUNTYE2SS County Solicitor; Director, Dade County Bor A$*'n; Faculty member, U. ot Miomi law School. HIS STATE{'/•'• '•"• Judge; An t State attorney; Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Florida. HIS NATIONftttft lot, I In lir Force, E.T.O.; Recalled to octive duty M Squadron Commander, Korean War. A RECORD YOU CAN TRUST" CITIZENS OF DADE COUNTY .?# E B T Robert J. LEWISON Candidate for Judge, Stzti Claims Court • Resident cf Dade County 26 years. • Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith (2 years). • Active on C.J.A. Committee (Lawyer's Division). • Purpose, a simplified set of rules of evidence and procedure so that parties may represent themselves without an attorney. • Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8, 1956. THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION sion chairman who is running for reelection, has appointed his com> mittee chairmen and opened his % campaign office Jim Withers was appointed MacVicar's campaign chairman. J. N. I.ummus. Jr. chairman % the finance committee, and Graham Miller, chairman nl the speakers committee. MacVicar opened his campaign offices in the CIVIC bldg.. 46 NW 1st -t Office* arc staffed by Vernon Bineham. public relations, and Gertrude Chavin, secretary. MacVicar Wednesday told The Jewish Klondian that he is running for reelection to the county commisMon in District Three entirely on his record of service to the people of Dade county during •he ten yajin he has served on the commission. MacVicar Mid "I have worked faithfully toward expanding and improving Miami International airport. The airport is rated one oi the top three airports in the country," he -.mi. and the t i\il \i ronautica Administration points to it at %  model for other major airport* to follow in their expan %  sion program ar added he was "inetrttlal m acquiring Jaekaen Harm rial hospital from tiie eitj H voa %  and 1 have active!) Mip> ported expanding and improving the boepitaL The county-owned hospital is nou one oi the biggest and heal in the south." MacVicar aid ON MY RECORD., I k you to be my judge., you want me to continue serrin, YOUR JUDGE of the SMALL COURT." Keep J u dg e SIDNEY L. SEGAll! PULL LEVER 35-B Pol Adv) KEEP ANNA mm On Your SCHOOL BOA* 'Reword Able and* OevofW] Service" PULL LEVER 38A ( IM Pol A.l\ I tewison Candidacy Firs? Pcllfica! Try It J I 11*8 can || the position ot judge of the Group Two. i first venture into I (id lived m Dade c '> M v. educated ... the primar) and secondary schools of thii count) He took pn %  n at the I nivi | JHJ. fi m the j law. v %  time he is P''-H!.n. ol Sholom lodge, Bnai t '"' h •""' has been such for two ;'" m wan 1..,., >,, ir hf "";•" chairman -,i the annual UKh Mh "" 1 '.test and "•" %  cttve throughout the rear on iba, project which eventual* culminated in having two local' bon -...to Washington as, heir award for winning the Bna, Hrnh debate E i: E r T EDWIN (ED) MARGER JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PuH Lever 41 A (IM. Pol A.U I contest. AUGUST BROS Hy? la the HF T-' wawj HE-ELKCt Judge Francis Christii JUSTICE OF THE K&\ District Ho. 2 lHtRt IS NO SUBSm fOR ItHfflV Sot es Associate Judge of the Small Claim WJ During 1954-1955 PRECINCTS 44 THROUGH 66 PULL LEVER 40 A "Y1H W R VOTE APPHE



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TJ^l^n^ridnam i to Head On ganization .sen. senior at Cora Hl8 h School, was unani'.Jcted P—K'nt of he Miam i Council of the L,i. Youth Organization, ounced hv Sidney EfronAM of the board of dirirf BBYO. Wednesday, '^ts of 23 affiliated BBG teenage chapters (Sanbership of over 800 *ple. .!; w"-e held following a ,jf B'nm B'ntn youth on die East crisis. jj the Florida State high tampion in debate, .discusl extemporaneous speaking gs to the National Forigue. ) to serve with Essen are wjs vice president; Larry [treasurer: Warren Binder. i: Nora Gordon, recording Past presidents of the .anSietjel. Henry Schmer\h\ Capp were chosen to %  council as advisors. _-_ Peters Increases Campaign Pace in Ring for lission Seat as many as possible of pty's more than 300.000 voters is one of any t'i biggest problems, but (Chuck> Hall has figured way to do it." said his Wednesday. i a candidate for the counbission from District 5, runa platform to "open the secret commission mcetts eauipped and decorated obile and trailer as a moksaign headquarters, comi telephones, sound equipHerature and other camiterial. named the Mall mobile, the [headquarters will enable ni Beach businessman to i of Dado's 145 precincts," didate explained. of the importance of radio and television, i the best way to tell the my program is by I contact." Hall said. I am District 5 candillht.ui my district, voting f commissioners is county1 certainly the people of ricts have a right to find rst-hanrl what kind of a land what I stand f or ." orated veteran of World (Hall declared "1 will fire lit the comix commission •_holding secret meetings 'important decisions, then bloc without public those circumstance* it tor the taxpayers to 'he representatives districtthinly" Hall r Northwestern Unie teacher lives at ter. Miami Beach, and daughter, director of the Miami of Realtors, and chairassociate uroup. chair"nance and realty divi^American Red Croaa, Miami Beach MultiAssn., director of the Miami Symphony •n of the American hospital fund drive, '* divisional chairman ^"n'ly Chest and it eommitteeman. ,Sc W/ed f 0 Speak ^* rso will preside at J Po le Zion of Greater | T nple EmanuEl Mon* Dr A. J. ishJon, cul1mnan will introduce *f L Shapiro, of Syra> ;• unowned worker in .Wt movemenL He ""•ins and Developfcwish Ubor Move. Continuing to build firm foundations for hiaaer rrffu .~ n bined Jewish Appeal are these active worked, j£ R M !" and Contractors Division shown atVre^t^LS?^? 918 LeoGelvan. Raymond Rubin. Munay EE a^denTS County Commissioner Hugh Peters has increased the pace of his campaign for reelection and is crowding three or more speaking engagements into his daily schedule. "I am seeking reelection on my reeorrt of accomplishments and my pledge to project them into mv next four years," Peters has told audiences at clubs, civic associaations, political groups and campaign workers. On each occasion Peters has renewed his nledce "to launch at once a $30,000,000 street widening program in Dade county without cost to taxpayers or additional cost to motorists. "The program," he points out. "will be financed with self-liquidating bonds, supported by state secondary gasoline tax : money." Peters pointed out that the program already has tfie approval of j the countv commission and officials of the State Road Departludge George Hollahan last week ment, Miami and Miami Beach. On the airport. Peters has emphasized that he was a member of Pa ge 9A Sinai Trustees to Meet Board of trustees of Mount Sinai .hospital will hold its annual meeting Thursday evening, Apr. 26, in the hospital dining room at 4300 Alton rd. 'Bar Kochba' Scheduled Concert featuring the music of the new American-Jewish opera. "Bar Kochba," will be given on Sunday evening, Apr. 22, at Flamingo Park. Singers will also appear in a group of Jewish and Israeli songs arranged by Ben Yomen, conductor and director. Chase Marks 22nd Hollahan Reveals Anniversary Appointment Plan While savings and loan associations throughout the United States t( ,| ( marked their 125th anniversary „,>.._. this month, Miami Beach's own Z PjKL"! ^ W U,( Pr Chase Federal Savings and Loan £ V u reappor,,on ^e board of county commissioners Assn. celebrated its 22nd year of of fho £ t use f of R e P r ^entalives that purchased the airport for existence. • LL ,1 1 Leg,sla,ure b V the $3,000,000 "and as a commissioner. In a television address. Charles i„? "* at 1" now Used for havp bo >n instrumental in deL. Clements, president of Chase |„ appo,ntment of c,r !" 't judges veloping the airport into one of cited the similarities of the smali' ..— Va OUS countles the nation's greatest and one of beginnings of the present $40 bili is P rov 'ded in existing ,ne mainstays in the county ecolion savings and loan industry with ? ,ale law to ** one circu 't Judge nomical structure." He told workthat of Chase. for Pacn 50000 People," Judge p rs here that the airport is worth "In 1934 we opened our first ofHol,ahan said $75,000,000 and employs 18.000 fice on Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach." Hollahan feels this established i workers he recalled. "Our resources were me, hod will overcome the organ-1 was a mem her of the board of $7,500. Today our total resources iz d resistance "to something new countv commissioners that paid are over $50 million. We now have which our Dade countv legislators 5675.000 for Haulover Beach park," four offices in Dade county and face now in attempting a basis Peters recalled. "That was a lot are the only Federal with offices for fair reapportionment. of mone y and it took a lot of doing on both sides of Biscayne Bav." "Under this system Dade county ,0 T'" 8 '^K^ !"!" ^!^ The original savings and loan would be entitled to 14 representa £"L£ .? n $ ll *?' ^1 borrower got $350 to build a small lives. No county would have less ^ L !" ?*,f w" 5, TJ* honP in p P .nirri P. ;-_ than nn„ r^,^-,,,,.. .._ J __ 1 a fford to pay. but fortunately this to the people of Col. Nasser Vows To Consult Mufti LONDON (JTA) — Egypt will consult with the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el Hussein, and other leaders of the Palestine Arabs in any matters pertaining to the Palestine Arabs' "rights'" and on peace negotiation, Egypt's Premier Col. Carnal Abdel Nasser told the heads of Saudi Arabia and Syria at a meeting in Cairo last month. This was revealed Wednesday by the press here which reprinted details of a speech by Col. Nasser at a secret session with the Syrian and Saudi Arabian leaders. Apr., 'han one representative under this plan rodiii./ll n o r „r !-•:-_. ill Of belongs population. Dadc forcvcr .< house in Frankford. Pa., in 1831. "Savings and loan associaplan regardless tions now hold one-third of all the i *"* Hollanan mortgages on non-farm homes in' "'?"* h, e "'* £or Jud f McCrOTV Seeking .. ., c „ „. ; Hollahan of South Miami, canditheU.S.. Clements pointed out. date for state legislature, group "For the past 125 years, the sav-jone, arranged by Miami Beach supings and loan business has safePorters was held Wednesday, Apr. 11, at Picciolo's restaurant. guarded the savings of thrifty Americans. Savings and loan institutions have also played a Iead-: M rs Sau Gene Mr and Mr; Mor mg role in making the United ton Rothenburg. Judge and Mrs. States a nation of home owners," j Charles Snowden, Mr. and Mrs. he said. 'Aram P. Goshgarian. Judge and Clements, a past president of Stegemann. Jes* the U.S. Savings and Loan League, which Reelection Here William L. "Bill" McCrory is seeking return to the office which he served as chief deputy constable Among those attending were Mr. I f rom July, 1949 to 1953 and acting and Mrs. Hank Meyer, Mr. and \ constable from ( Weiss and Leon McCaskill. August, 1953 to 1954. During this period, he personally handled three-fourths of all civil cases and the greater part of the criminal cases, his supporters said Wednesday. "McCrory's election to the office is sponsoring the national 0 ejjer # Q ar j p ar1y 0 f constable would insure the votobservance of the 125th anniver-1 ers of the fifth district of Dade sary, displayed a mosaic tile plaque B nai B ri,n Women ()f Miami county that he is familiar with his of the house on which the original SLHT f"X Z^ F72L **S ,hat he is Ioyal and e0Md _. u .,, Thursday noon. Apr. 26. at the entious, that he will devote all loan was made. The frame buildL home of Mrs. Henry Wolf.son. 1665 his time to the job and that he is qualified by experience," they said. ing still stands in Philadelphia. 'S. Miami ave. Announce Two Million Dollar Gifts at Meeting Abraham Feinberg. chairman of library, which at present contains : members, and is under the leaderthe board of trustees of Brandeis ( 100.000 volumes, represents the ship of Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg. University, addressed a large | achievement of the efforts of more j Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual crowd of top Miami leaders at a than 50,000 members of the nationleader of Temple Beth Sholom, Brandeis centennial fund dinner al women's committee. recently in the Seville hotel. He | Greater Miami chapter of the was introduced by Dr. Stanley committee numbers close Frehling. chairman of the Brandeis University club of Greater Miami. Feinberg announced a million dollar grant from Lewis S. Rosenstiel, founder of Schenley, Industries, Inc., and chairman of the board. Feinberg also announced another million dollar benefaction for the establishment of a new library by Jack Goldfarb. New York industrialist and philanthropist and Fellow of Brandeis University. Dorothy and Lewis S. Rosenstiel Foundation was established in 1944 by Rosenstiel and his late wife. The grant from the Foundation will be used to establish what will I be known as the Dorothy Roseni stiel Research Center, for basic! research of biochemistry with specific reference to glandular dis-| orders. Largest previous single gift Brandeis has received was $662,000 from the Ford Foundation. Feinberg emphasized that the million dollar grant from Goldfarb will underwrite the construction of a new library on campus, to eventually contain 800^00 volumes. The gave the invocation. Mrs. Alexander Kogan was reservations chairto 900 man. Miss Susan Brandeis, daughter of late United States Supreme Court Justice Louis Dembita Brandeia, diacusaes programs of Brandeia Univsraity at Waltham. Mass., with Lawrence A. Wien, chairman of Brandeia centennial committee. Brandeis dub of Greater Miami held its centennial dinner here Apr. 4. Learn to Dance Childon Adults — at — BEE'S STUDIO Lessons Given In Your Home or Our Studio Children 3 y>". and up. Tae, J—, Ballet, etc. Adults yeung and old. Wnrti, Fax Trot Rhunion, etc. NfW IMtOLLMlNT NOW REASONABLE RATES Phone for Appointment Plaza 7-1643 1534 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach RE-EM.ECT Judge Ruth Sutton Your Justice of Peace DISTRICT NO. 3 Faithfully serving her District far the past 5 years hearing over 7,000 civil and criminal cases. • ON HER FINE RECORD IS PROOF OF HER QUALIFICATION (Pd. Pol. Adv.) f/$E MJGUST BROS f^ r f .. lw Kl VT 0 i



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30—Number 16 Miami, Florida, Friday, April 20. 1956~ i — — F w< IJJ Price 20* robs Must Show They Mean Peace, Ben Gurion Tells Dag O tUTlON OF COMINFORM PROMISED IN STARTLING POLITICAL MOVE H VOiV COOPERATION WITH UNITED NATIONS Social 5f0\V — In a surprise diplomatic move, the 1 Union this week urged Israel and the Arab w < to make peace in the Near East. At the I time, Moscow announced its firm intention of |ving the Cominform. i Cominform is the Soviet Union's Communist Bureau, established in 1MB, which Ml ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION superceded the Comintern—Communist International—after its dissolution in 1943 and which was designed to coordinate Communist activities in Eastern Europe. Soviet spokesmen declared that Russia is now ready to cooperate to the fullest extent with any United Nations action designed to "strengthen peace in Palestine." The move surprised diplomatic observers in light of the Soviet's ml Genera/ Astar Scheduled If Israel Bond Dinner of State; |f Sher Reveals Campaign Details Rahum Astar. Consul General of the State of Israel in the Southi United Slates, will be honored at a Dinner of State marking the Pact, Moscow nonetheless praised Britain and France for their post-i war activities there. ^ The Soviet statement said: "The Soviet Union considers that it is necessary in the interest of I celebration of Israel's eighth anniversary on Wednesday night, I strenglhenin g international peace and security to work toward a stable peaceful scttlemenL4>f the Palestine question on a mutually acceptable basis taking into considerHammarskjold is Told Accord Depends Upon Break in Suez Blockade UNITED NATIONS (JTA)-Israel has insisted, in a fresh exchange of letters with Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, that Egypt's pledge made last weekend to live up to a strategic clause in its armistice agreement with Israel should be interpreted as a readiness by Cairo to lift the Suez Canal blockade against Israeli shipping Meeting face-to-face with the UN secretary general Tuesday Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion bluntly asked about the nature of recent penetration into the Near the assurance Hammarskjold had> East, with an arms arrangement | received from Egypt's Gamal Ab: reached between Czechoslovakia and Egypt on September 28. 1955. Blaming the increasing tensions in the trouble spot on such Westdel Nasser in Cairo. fighting is not temporary and would not flare up again once Sources close at hand at the ; Hammarskjold left the area. These meeting reported that Israel wants sources also indicated that Ben sponsored alliances as the Baghdad to make sure the present lull in the Gur in's insistence on concrete de 2. at the Seville hotel. (Jacob Sher. chairman of the Greater Miami Committeefor State ofI Bonds, said "It is deeply significant that Mr. Astar's first formal &f p resentation in this area will be in UOH : know the local a ion tne J ust national interests of the interested sides." Jewish community will respond in an overwhelming manner to recognize the significance of the estabindicated it "considers it unlawfu lishment of a new consulate by jto attempt to use the Arab-Israeli Israel in the South." conflict as an excuse to intervene Sher said a reception committee in the international affairs of the for the dinner is now being organArab countries and to establish tied. Many of the area's leading. bases on territory in the Middle businessmen, civic and religious East." leaders will take part in the program honoring the new Consul General. 'Astar was Vice Consul of the beginning of 1952 and has served the Israel Ministry for Foreign Affairs in important executive capacities since the establishment of the Continued en Page 5 A Stalin Regime lti-Semitism fold By Reds WYORKUTA)—For the first lunce the death of Stalin, the f press admitted last weekend btaitism had been prac^ X !" X ^1TJ !" 1^ [B the Soviet Union during ist-war period when many intellectuals were anland the entire Jewish culwas liquidated, from Moscow quote Vop1. leading Soviet organ, ng thai serious errors in •dership of the party" have "ude during the post-war 'th regard to national s. The journal recalls rejection of anti-Semitism Js that his views were "misted" in the country today. t from Prague to the Times says that Czecho•n Premier Viliam Sirky delast weekend that "certain ^stations of anti-Semitism" %  Mn incorrectly introduced trial of Rudolf Slansky in *. W52 He said that the !" r "had erred" in bringing w most of the defendants *uh and added that there PI difference between anti81 and ami Zionism. At the same time, the statement In Washington, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told newsmen the U.S. must be cautious. MOSHt SHARETT seeks clarification tail rather than vague promises had aroused adverse reaction in Cairo. Specifically, the Israel Prime Minister, as well as Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. demanded that Egypt is obligated to lift the Suez Canal blockade against Israeli shipping under the terms of the 1949 armistice agreement and a 1951 UN Security Council resolution. Saturday, Sharett personally handed the UN secretary general, at Lydda airport, a letter which declared that Egypt's acceptance of the key clause in the armistice agreement "cannot be regarded as genuine and unconditional if interpreted as leaving it open for Egypt to engage in such hostile acts as she may deem fit." Sharett denounce Egyptian interference with Israeli shipping as "a hostile Continued on Pag* 11 A DIVULGE DIAL WITH 0TT0WA FOR F-86's Israel Reported Seeking 40 British Jets <*VONDON (JTA)— British official sources declined comment Wednesday on reports that Britain is considering a request from Israel for 40 jet fighter planes and 30 Centurion tanks. The Ministry' of Supply referred questions to the Ministry of Defense. A spokesman said such details could be divulged only by the country to which supplies are shipped. Meanwhile, it was reported here from Paris that 12 jet planes had been delivered by France to Israel. (In Washington it was reported that the Israel Embassy in Ottawa was negotiating with the Canadians for the purchase of 20 F-86 Sabre jet planes.) An appeal for immediate action by the Western Powers to supply Israel with defensive arms as a deterrent to Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser launching war against the Jewish State was voiced here by Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath. Addressing an Israel Independence Day dinner under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund, Ambassador Elath stressed that while Israel will firmly resist any suggestion of unilateral concessions to the Arabs, it is always ready to meet with the Arabs for a full and free discussion of outstanding differences and the working out of a peace. W INDEMNIFICATION DUE "nendine. the Federal Intion I. aw tor Nazi vic 1 recommend that FLOURISHING MARKET DENIED AS 'JEW ATTACKS' Arab Slave Trade Reported by Journal NEW YORK (JTA)—The traffic in slaves to Arabia is booming, and prices are still going up, it was reported by the Wall Street Journal here in a dispatch from Paris. The report quoted Pierre Fromentin, a French physician who recently returned from Saudi Arabia, as estimating that up to 5,000 men, women and children were being imported and pressed into J'V JTA) T h e Bundestag for concentration camp imprisonsiavery j n the oil-rich Arabian kingdom every year, %  """fication Committee ment and for damage to life and f y^*Jf n 8 w 'th the probheal*, it was learned here. For these categories of person damage, those who were not residents of Germany on certain specified deadlines before or after the war were heretofore given of N all azism -irrespective P^sent or former, place •—should receive the "*<*<* of compensation Commander Thomas Fox-Pitt, secretary of Britain's Anti Slavery Society, is said to have figured that almost 500,000 persons are now in bondage in Saudi Arabia. The dispatch also quoted an official report from the French Embassy in Jidda, which had leaked out recently which gave 1953 prices as $550 to $1,100 for girls under 15; $400 for men under 40; and about 25 percent less indemnification tnsz." f orm ^^l^tifcTsa-) ~~m *— porter Kenneth Miller, told him that if there were such a thing as slave traffic in his country, which he did not formally conceded, then the prices listed in the Embassy report were too low. Saudi Arabian officials have made no comment on the reports, although the Government of Yemen has denied the existence of the slave trade there, and it is known that Saudi Arabia enacted a law regulating the conditions of trade in 1936. The Journal dispatch also reported that a Saudi Arabian spokesman in Pahs said he really did not know whether the 1936 law was still in effect, stating that "the king issued so many decrees." He also told the Journal that, in his opinion, the whole matter was merely a question of "Jew attacks" and that the complaints heard recently "don't interest us because they don't prove anything."



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Page 10 A + tmml*i>nnr*i*m %  OtD FOLKS GAMK 1 ,000 PHWKS Aged Home Residents Assist Drive One of the most heart-warming and touching episodes comtel out of big commumtv rally sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal was revealed last week by officials o! the Jewish Homo for the A Just prior to the CiUru Assembly at the Miami Beach auditorium hero, a Resident* Council was quickly organized at the home ior the purpose oi cpll< rJV „,. „„ A^otal of 1.000 peni IfS! whose average age was 78. and wl b u :\ 'JV Part in the MM crucial canrp i %  *W"} %  One 83 voarold resident cont. %  ing received from his work at the Sheltered Workshop %  "'tfv During the spontaneous outpou%  **"* test week, the modestly announced pfi ol the Jewish Home for the %  i residents easily captured the heartand minds of the ovaraou 3U Assisting the Council in their laudable project M Leonard Horn nov a supervisor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Highest praise was accorded the devoted group of aged nsMtau 1 I tbe Kurman, president of the Home. The Jewish Home for tl, one of the most progressive and modern institutions ol its k.nd in the South—is a major bCMfll ,.i the Combined Jewish tones! Miami ££' n Beth i Irs .Wei, isCjy mann, i^^H R;sh, s rwitrihutiol land lore Checking progress of B'nai B'rith "Get-Out-Vote" drive are (left to right) committee members Gerald Franklin. Milton A. Friedman and chairman Ed Klein. 'War Babies' of 40s to be Building In Ws-With Money from Savings By the mid U60's, the "war babies" of the 40's will oft "ti their own. siting mai starting careen and families. This will bring about such a demand for houses that the current building boon will look like a playing with block This is the opinion of Charles I clement ent of chase ral Savings I in Aasa Is, turnpikes, sew i ra Where is the monej for these fs cihtii i oma from? whether it s ;, home mortgage, or a bond issue, the basic source is from the savings ol the people. "The k J to the whole problem lies in the people'! en ini h it's Ugl and loan institution Ifl mlng John Smith 510.000 to fi Financing home buildii "' Has mortgage on his new itude poses a problem tli it is even now worrj i ment %  -is. The l S. Savings & Loan .\ssii-.. because thej will be the principal underwriters m this unprecedented boom, are e\en more worried. Well aware of this future crisis. home, or the biggest insurance company in the is underwriting a $10,000,000 bond issue the capital stems from the same source: savings," Clements explained. The LeagueTommittee tentative ly has scheduled another meeting the U.S. Savings and Loan League fa June. More data on the subject —composed Of representatives of W| „ ^ availab | e hen Bu for the savings and loan associationb J„ another 10 or 15 years, the probhas formed a committee to .study the problems this ooaatag boom 'lem is going to be, as Clements re Will engender Miami Beach fimarked, "fascinating." nancier Clement|g a member of this committee T lamrmtt Men Attend Returning last week from the r second meeting of this group the COffiOO Ifl Beliaire first was in Washington in Feb Philip Friedman. 8226 Crespi ruary. the second in Chicago — blvd.. Sanford Whitehouse. 945 NE Clements said that "I've been in 123 st., Charles Mandelstam. 670 tl e mortgage business for 30 years, NE 77th st.. representatives of the but this is the most fascinating Metropolitan Life Insurance Cornproblem in economics I've ever enpany. were in Bellaire. Fla.. last HONORED—At a testimonial dinner thin week to philanthropist Stephen Klein (center), Dave Levinson, Algiers hotel coowner (left), receives appreciation plaque from Torah Schools of Israel f or his efforts on behalf of 76.000 children in the schools from Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. .George Kronen sul elected president of lodge. B'nai B'rith serving •.. vicepr^ man of the Ant League committee. I Other officers electei a M. Fink, prcsident-tita!! Daniel \\ Broad. In,,*] and Charles Wcinberndents. Harrj Milton Laar] • mg secretary; Jo Mp h ft treasurer. Edwin Marger. fin tary; Michael raham Swartz, asnttafl Nathan Ku-hin. warder, j Golds from, guardian. Trustees are Bamttt! Allen Goldberg, Jack August, Paul Seid old Turk. William vin Hell man and SamTl Plans arc being ma lation of officers on ning. Ma) ti, at theSaxoaf] Kronen ;old is now i dent of th'.' lodge and of the Anti Defamatim'l committee He is a'o| the B'nai B'rith Anti-D League Council for and a past president of I : Neighbor lodge of B'na*1 New York. George Talianoff cB toastmaster Siegfried i present the retiring pr sin with a plaque in body. Englander Slaps Private Hearings Justice of the Peace candidate countered." The greater percentage of the money to back these future homes is going to have to come from mortgages "And where is the mortgage money to come from? From the people's savings. That is the crux of the matter,'' Clements points out. week for a three-day conference with officials of the company at the Belleview Biltmorc hotel. These men, who are connected with the Metropolitan office in Miami Shores, had high sales and service record in 1953 and are among the top-ranking members of the Metropolitan's staff of 22.000 field representatives in the United "Besides homes, we're going to States and Canada. the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama and Puerto Rico. Oklahoma' Slated at Salute To Latin American H a H t a ai Richard Rodger s' "Oklahoma" will be part of the University of : Miami symphony orchestra's salute Melvin Englander lashed out at the to Latin America to open the secpractice of conducting court cases ond annual Miami Festival of Muin the private law offices of an sic May 9 in the Orange Bowl. elected official at a large meeting] Played by 100 musicians. "Oklaof volunteer workers Wednesday horaa" will include a spectacular at his Normandy Isle campaign presentation on the world's largest headquarters ; stage, according to E. E. (Ernie) "It is neither ethical nor prudent Seiler, Orange Bowl impresario. It in my opinion to conduct justice will climax a pop concert conof the peace hearings m the atducted by John Bitter, mosphere of an attorney's own of-1 Eight symphony numbers will fice suite and I pledge to establ.sh ^ j n ,erspersed by visiting guest completely separate offices," Eng.„„ jT lander told his followers. lingers, dancers and instrumental Campaign chairman Milton Sir-1 U th S w re P resent,n S Cuba kin. president of the Lincoln Road Assn.. said "Englander's announced stand in favor of a more central location for the JP court within the Filth District is praiseworthy'' I "Although LincoJn rd. undoubtedly is more convenient for the attorneys and some businessmen, the majority of persons who must utilize the offices of the justice of the peace live north of the road," Englander said. I "The vist growth of Golden Beach. Golden Shores. Sunny Isles Bal Harbour. Bay Harbor talanriV Indian Creek Village, North Bay Village. Surfside and the northern area of Miami Beach itself make the population center of the Fifth District well to the north of Lin coin rd., the former president of the Beach Jaycees said. Englander's civic record, in addition to his leadership of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, includes election to the top position in his fraternal order, a key role I in the speakers' bureau of Israel Bonds, service as an officer of Beth .J*\ob Congregation and chairman : ship of numerous "el-oul-tbe-vote j 'drives and rallies. J GlOtGl U SPRING Cleaning Sped BLANKET Beautifully Dry Cleaned A Wrapped In SAethpreef Cellophane For AdcH 10c Richard (Dick) Taylor (seated) discusses his campaign for county solicitor in the May race. Looking on (left) is Joseph Malek. local attorney and Taylor's Miami Beach manager. Beach commirteeman Perry Rivkind smiles his approval. AUGUST BROS n Y : I s >•• l\t S 7 I FREE Pick Up And Deliver 5!E?$IDE Latin dt] MIAMI PLANT 464 W. Fkf.tr St.



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Page 12 A +Je*i$t\fU>rklton Academy Students Mark Anniversary Assembly in h 6P ol the e .1 the St. te ol Israel !• I Mon.lay morning in the }lelJHL\c;inVmy ;nnUtoruiiii. sMEh grade pupils of Mie \XMV nn presented .1 playlet written in Hebrew hy H.m> IVrach. instructor ;it the Academy. studentwho participated were. Sarah Glli, BUM Kats, SU Kimmei. Eileen Nussbaum, San lord Reinhard, Carl Sonntag, Dorothy Naness, Jean Kaufman, Stephen Magida and Sheldon Cmient Fnx Sis*punk For Const J* Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Slated Workmen's Circle Branch 692. its women's club and the Y. L. Peretz School of Miami Beach will hold a memorial meeting Sundayevening at the Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. The program will be devoted to the memory of the six million Jews killed by the Nazis and to the glorification of the heroes who fought in the Warsaw Ghetto battle. Text for the memorial has been compiled from authentic docuIsrael Bond chairmen of Labor Zionist groups in Greater Miami plan for a community-wide rally they will hold in May in honor of Israel's eighth anniversary. Left to right are Solomon Halperin. Ben Gurion Branch of Farband; Mrs. Eva Kahn. Golda Meyerson club of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Una Mintzea, Pioneer Women club 2; Mr. Joshua Z. Stadlan, Farband Bialilc branch; Dr. A. I. Ishlon (seated), president of the Labor Zionist Assembly; Mayshie Friedberg, Poale Zion; Mrs. Sophia Kranz, Pioneer Women club 1; Mrs. Sophia Seeman, Tikva club of Pioneer Women; and M. Seeman, Ben Gurion branch. Not pictured are Mrs. Sarah Goldman. Kadima club of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Paul Berlin. Coral Gables club of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Ida Book span, Pioneer Women's Council. Sistrunk was Shenll'. Office f~."I was chief depot/ (Sonny, Mender*,: deputy sheriff j„ for one year ^ Spotswood Befaw enforcement, he wu can Bakeries for le Sistrunk is marri J !" \ EEShtrW Beach Police DepajZj an Shrunk. s udtlll Jackson He is a enFBI National Aeadw, ber of the Dade Con Police Assn. He it ( Couirtyj The Big Payoff' To Pick Winners "The Big Payoff" heads for Miami Beach Apr. 30 when the pro-. menis and extensive literature of gram will spend that week tele.lewish martyrology by Joseph casting here. The entire crew— Duntov, civic leader and secretary models, million dollars fashions. ol the Southern District of the stars and technicians—will present Workmen's Circle. the dailv mink-coa* nuiz from the Narratorwill OS Joseph B.rnMiami Beach auditorium, baum. Duntov. David Rossi, MrTraveling is a complicated proShoabano Spector and Dr. Isaac cess for "The Big Payoff" becausa l hterman. Cantor Maurice Mam0 f its extremely large staff. Stars ches and Mrs. Irving Nelson will include Bess Myerson. enttess; resent the musical part of the Randy Merriman. host; Betty Ann program. Crave, vocahst; Mort Lawrence, announcer; and four of New York's leading modelPiCQG£5 lQT Five P rmcesses W1 he sheeted IV.UJV.J I Mil in a gt a e w jd c contest to appear


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Jf"!**!****** *? 7 Page 13 A **• f *V >! '*?' A' *'• %  i W r Hus'tallation of Greater Miariit'-AabfilnicK-As^n. ate standing (rear Ir'and Mrs. Morton Malavsky and-R{jfcfc>i.and Mrs. Abraham Cassel. 4fear row) are Rabbi and Mr. Simon AprirT Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Dr. Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrincn. Rabbi Alfred Waxf Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky. Seated (middle row) are Rabbi cS. T. Swirsky, Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Okolica, Rabbi and Mrs. AbramSH SUCCEEDS RABBI LEHRMAN ham Herson Rabbi David Shapiro. Rabbi and Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz, Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. Hahfci and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg and Rabbi Morris bkop. Seated (bottom) are Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor Stern. Rabbi Arie Becker. Rabbi Louis Cassel. Miss S. Sincofi. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot and Mrs. Morris Skop. lical Association Installs Officers at Ceremonies Here ,.Kroni.sh. spiritual leader of Temple ,ws installed president of the Greater al Assn. at ceremonies in the Marxist week. ton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual i installed to the post of secretary. They kbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-F.i, iident; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, ICoBtgoinc secretary. on April, of the Miami Hebrew School tton, was chairman of the event. Dr. Temple Israel rabbi emeritus and of the Rabbinical Assn., gave the invocation. Also on the program were Rabbi Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish Center, president of the Florida State Rabbinical Assn.; Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Tibor Stern, Beth Jacob; Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El; and Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center. Rabbi Lehrman was installing officer and main speaker of the evening, with new president Rabbi Kronish responding. Receiving plaques for service as past presidents were Rabbi Lehrman and Rabbi April, the latter having served in 1954. ftytis final Session m Adult Courses !tw of Beth David lilt Jewish Studies day -under the aiIftftbbt Yaakov G. RoseiiHeor Discussion dories of William be discussed at a t writers club Satur% A pr. 28. Meeting Hpinofc' Outdoor For.and Ocean ct. Harry 'prtMde. I ktl-Massage Pad k of Arthritis 'Thermo-Cyclopad* 'fyclo-massageand Ihl-u comfortable I wuJ aid relaxation %  '"€ the pain comcu,ed *i,h arth r* <* rheumatism. JJ^Cydopad is the wTJT re *** to & n n § h ea,wi,n ITRATION Jf 1-7004 berg, spiritual leader of the congregation. Courses offered include elementary Hebrew, Siddur, reading and content, pathways through the Bible, the Zionist movement and modern Israel, problems of the modern Jewish parent and Judaism as a way of life. Serving on the faculty staff in addition to Rabbi Ksenb#ri< arcLouis Gadon, Isado're Dickman, Dr. J. J. HurwitZ/*nd ..Seymour Lab man. 1 f % ir I Orr Raps Legal Gambling Extension Continued opposition to any extension of legalized gambling anywhere in Florida was pledged last week by State Representative John B. Orr, Jr., candidate for reelection to the State House of Representa tives. Group 2. Orr stressed his position in a series of talks he gave throughout Dade county and in a live television appearance. "I am firmly convinced," he declared," that allowing legalized gambling to spread within the State would be of definite harm to the people of Florida." Also included in his plans. Onsaid, is an expanded and medernized mental health program. "We must give Florida's lorgotten people their place in the sun," he said. RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 311 Washington Avt.. M. B. Phones: JE S-2205 — JE 1-1969 Floridian Hotel Will Cater to the Retired Another famous plush Miami Beach landmark has been added to the growing list of hotels which will cater to the needs of the retired and elderly citizens, with the acquisition of the 11-story Floridian hotel. 540 West ave.. through a $1,000,000 lease and sale culminated here by a group of Miami Beach civic leaders. Michael Sossin, executive director of the new group and former administrator of the Boulevard hotel, said here that it is the intention of his group to make the Floridian a "city within a city" for senior citizens. He further reported that "our plans call for providing top accomodations and three meals a day to these individuals for less than $25 per week on a year round basis. We also will establish a clinic which will have available a doctor and two nurses who will be on call at all times." Beautifully landscaped, the grounds surrounding the famed hostelry will also feature such sports as horse-shoe pitching, shuffule board, table tennis and other sports which might interest the elderly citizen. Associated with Sossin in the acquisition of the property through lease and sale are George J. Bertman, realtor, philanthropist and civic leader, and Howell Edwin Sayre. who has long pioneered for better facilities for the aged. — REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR safety — quickly permanent!" NEW SHORT WAVE SYSTEM Electrolysis Specialists Ictty ieon ftUmlin Ml 4-4961 Veterans Will be Feted Norman Bruce Brown Post Auxpatients in Ward 17 of Veterans hospital at Coral Gables Saturday evening. Mrs. Sidney Bergman is iliary 174 will hold a party for chairman of the affair. VOTE FOR AND ELECT JOHNSON I Davis TO YOUR LEGISLATURE Group #1 • CIVIC LEADER • "MORE AND BETTER ROADS WITHOUT NEW TAXATION" PULL LEVER 14 A


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Jewistin r) rtrl*> l n Page 15 A ni Beach area campaign is off to t with these community leaders eminent role in behalf of Combined ,ppeal. Chairman Hy Novinson J right) rolls up his sleeves and disassignments to (seated) Arthur Snyder, president of Monticello Park Congregation, Jules Klion, Mrs. Ellen Kaufman and Saul Friedman. Standing are Alton Zucker, Maurice Wacks, Nat Glazier, Morris Wiener and Morris Datloff. Gables Zionists Nark Israel Independence Day %  j Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Slated Tragedy and heroism of thWarsaw (ihetto will be memorialized at a mass meeting Saturday, April 21, at the Miami Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish 06m rmtnity <>ntr. Ki-vnofp speaker will be RM>bi Yaakov Ro enberg, of Beth David ( onoiircnation, who will disi "The Implications of the Warsaw Ghetto for Today." Program will also include a candlelighting cero; mony hy Mrs. Zvi Roser. Songs i will be hy Cantor William Lipson, Murray Baum and Cantor Berele Kelemer. Mrs. Miriam Dortnerstag will accompany the singers at the piano. The program will also include readings by Louis Lasavin and Arthur Drewitch. Warsaw Ghetto memorial meeting is sponsored by the New Americans and the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami. Committee of arrangements consists of Drewitch, Uri Lichter, Louis Gadon, Dr. Joseph Hurwitz, M. MOTHERS Complete infant cart up to 2 years. Enjoy your work whilo wt enjoy taking care of your infant. MO 6-3184. Israel Independence Day cele-, tary of the national council for the bration, featuring* one of Israel'.* i Hebrew language. best known entertainers, was markDr. Kogan is a graduate of the ed by the Miami and Coral Gables j Hebrew gymnasium of Herzliah, Zionist Districts in conjunction | received his Bachelor of Law from with the Jewish National Fund of j the School of Law and Economics, Greater Miami Monday evening at Tel Aviv. His Doctor's degree is I <" %  SM mum is Elected President ller has been elected : Beth El Congregation. frs named to posts at •is week were: eiden. first vice presiWerblin, second vice Joseph Krissel, third JJent; A. P. Rosenberg, [Max Nuhomovic, finan); Joe Zalis recording jj of the board are Harold [Israel Cohen. Charles s Fine, Max Kappaport, Rosen. David Singer. %  o, Theodore Sakowitz Iffiner. • teen a Miami resident .coming from Chicago, [served as president of P m Anshe Krosa for 27 [r*Mdes with his wife at Wh M. Shenandoah auditorium. Miami and Coral Gables Districts, local affiliates of the Zionist Organization of America, dedicated this year's Israel Independence Day celebration to the Jewish National Fund "in recognition of the outstanding work this body has done in behalf of the creation of the State and their continued efforts in the promotion of its well being." Miss Tova Roni, talented songstress of Israel who has captured I the hearts of audiences throughout 'the world, was guest artist. Miss Roni is an international favorite folk singer. Guest speaker was Dr. Zev W. Kogan, special envoy for the Jewish National Fund. Dr. Kogan is a native of Israel and has been hailed by American audiences for his penetrating analysis of the Jewish state's internal development and its role in the world family of nations. He was a member of Haganah, Israel's army of defense, aid was one of the leaders of the Macj cabea sport organization and secrefrom the University of Droit, Lyons, France. Chairmen of the evening were A. Arthur Pekelner, president of the Miami Zionist District, and Max Friedson, president of the Coral Gables Zionist District. Cochairmen were Sol Collins and Mrs. Sidney Sanders. CAMP HIGH LAUD FOR BOYS & GIRLS SEBRING, FLORIDA 2'', hourt from Miami. You can] see your child every weekend.! All water and land sportt in-| eluding horseback riding. Ml ture, capVble staff. The onlyl Jewish camp in Florida that is] an accreditsd member of Amer-I ican Camping Ann. LIMITED ENROLLMENT PHONE NE 5-3642 LEGAL NOTICE Schwartz, Zvi Schwartzman. Roser and Louis Beautiful 4 Room Cottage. Furn. $500 SEASON OR SELL REASONABLE. Ferndale, N. Y. JE 4-2453 A-l COOK, Jewish American Wiities steady petition in restaurant, hotel or cafeteria. Can plan menus and manage kitchen. Call Matilda Menkes, JE 4-46*6. Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington Ave. • Et S ORALIZID SEIVICI "AIT" "MAUKT" "MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt lady Repairs and Painting • Phonos Fl 3-2244, FR 4-6652 140 S.W. Irk Street fil A^ F0R EVERY PURPOSE VlHJJ ST0IE FIOHT PUT! sod WINDOW 6U$! furniture Tops, Beveled Mir frs ami Resiftrenng Ovr Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3-2721 Morris Orlim P -o Candidates H h Inn restaurant in !" *. operated by Henry %  wly of Cleveland, this '"^d that parking and re free to all por i{f to hold their ral%  to-gethers. 'Plenty of room for : tor -diners who wish ,he Playhouse theatre ,sbor t half block away," ELECT FARIS l in sou A MAN FOR ALL THE PEOPLE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR DISTRICT 1 T. EQUALIZATION and Reduction of taxes 2. Increased Airport. Hospital. Road Programs 3. Elimination Homo Ownors" Personal Property Taxes 4. Greater Comity-Wide Recreational Facilities 5 Restrictive Zoaine, for protection Residential Areas 6. Adequate Police and Fire Protection C^anty-Wld* 7. Adequate Pay. Pension Plans and Civil Service Programs 8. Closer Surveillance County Institutions 9. Equal planning for City and County Needs 10. Deposit of County funds in Interest •earing Accounts 11. Continued Homestead Exolnption PROVEN SERVICE IN CIVIC, COMMUNITY, GOVERNMENT AND CHARITY ORGANIZATION? FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL HI 6-0859 HI 6-0850 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37753 A III Re: KSTATB OF" HKSSIK RAL'CH, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All ivmnns flavins; Claims or I^mnnJn Against Salade County, and file the same In their ofin the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from thcr<*uite of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the leatai adRrese of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. Se -Section 733.16 of the I'T, Probate Act. Dated April 11. A. I >. 1936. GEORGE KAl'CH AH Execator of the Batata of BESSIE RAICH. Deceased. GEORGE CHKRTKoK Attorney for F'.xecutor i ia-27 — r./i-li I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT i IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37732-B In Ite: KSTATE OF" WILLIAM S GODDKN. T'"'-eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All lvraona i Having Claims or Demands Against Said Kstate: You, and each of vou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either "f vou, mav have against the estate of WII.I.IAM S. GOI.DKX, deceased late 'if 1'ade County. F'lortda. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same la their offices In the County Courthouse In Made County, Florida, within eight call ndai months from the date of the rirat publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal adsf the .laimant and to be sworn to and presented a aforesaid, or eanie will be barred See Section .33.1 of the I94r, Probate Act. Dated April 14 A D. 19-. tSUZABETH GODDF'.N A* Executrix of the Last wm and Testament of WILLIAM S C.ol.DFN ••F" F'DW \RD J WINDER. IVceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claim" W Demands Against "Vou, and each of you nre heivl.v notified and required to present .m> ,. 1;imi! „,Hi demand* wjifoh you. or ^ther of you. mav have awln*t the ,,, i:i.w \KII i u i NI ."••%  •'* : I u,te of Washington ..sti let of Columbia, to the Honorable '"""<> Indaes of Dude County, and file the sa'JnT.n '.heir •rflce. In the Count, Courthouse in Dade ( "•""> •,. M I""V; within eight calendar months from Se date or the n.st publication ftaraof Said claims or demands to contain th, legal adflreaa of the claimant and !! ,,.. .woni to an.l presented as afnresaid, or siime will be.barred Bee Section 7M 1 of the IMS Probate Act. Dated April 17. A. D. 19u6 MAX M KAI'.KR v. Ancillary Administrator ot EDWARD .1. WCN-DF-.K. I ssceaaea. ROTH & EABER, Attorneys t,Lfi--7 —'./4-11 ti pel. aa*. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ;SJ D T A A OE E COUNTY ^CHA^ JAMES DOXAI.1) KVANS. Plaintiff. MIl.liltKD KVANS. Defendant. TO: Mildred Evans tH Morton Avenue Albanv. New York You ai. hereby notified that a complaint for divorce has been Tiled against you. and you are re.|ii red < serve a COOV of vnur Anawer thereto on plaintiffs attorneys, Welnem, Welnsteln & Welnste'n. 4?0 LM" It..ad Miami Beach. Florida, and fila „:',;,ii.,al Answer In the o flee of ,,.. ci..,k of the Circuit hurt*JJ before Mav tl.'ltM lr a default will be taken airainst you. "•'' A "^ ft g&THKRMAN Clerk of the Clrcull Court ltv R. H. RICE JR., D < 4 W-I7 —5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N..TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bneineas under the fictitious name of TRUCK MART at 4444 X. W 7th Miami, intends to rerlstel name with the Clerk of the I Ircult Couit of Dade Count*. Florida. ROONET TRICK S\!.i:S. IM .i II,. i i.ia Corpora t lea BERNARD HCTXi i: vitornev for Applicant 4f* Dlvmpta Uldir. l/MF-27 — 5/4-11



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Page 14 A *>JmistncrkMann_ BOMS sn#r+R %  — Bin Investment Firms Look Askance at Our Foreign Pclxy Dig I imaimcm i niiw i.vv ^ Wall strN The attitude taken by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles in refusing arms to Israel "for the time being" is beginning to worry Wall Street. Big investment firms are evaluating the American stand on the Arab-Israel problem from the point of view of basic American interests in the Middle East. And they come to the conclusion that the welfare of the ordinary American citizen. as well as the value of his personal investments and the peace of this country, will be affected unless the present U.S. policy with regard to Israel is changed. One investment firm, analyzing the United States and British stand in Israel, asserts that a British-American "sell-out" of Israel is now in preparation. It establishes the existence of a threepoint plan aimed at "scuttling" Israel, and it warns that, unless reversed by dramatic new developments, this plan points to the partition and crippling of Israel as a state. The three-point scheme on which the State Department is allegedly workim* lok.s, accord to the analysis, like this First, isolate Israel morally in world opinion; second, ship offensive weapons to the Arabs while refusing defensive weapons to Israel, thus making sure that Arab power is overwhelm ing; third, step in to "mediate" the Arab-Israel dispute, forcing Israel to make major territorial concessions. ^^ In the opinion of Wall Street experts, the moral isolation of Israel was achieved very largely after the United Natrons' recent censure of Israel without a single dissenting vote at the UN Security Council. This censure against Israel for silencing Syrian artillery that had fired across the border on Israel citizens is considered in Wall Street circles as quite unjustified. It is pointed out that there was no censure of Syria for firing on Israel civilian fishermen. Also that there was no United Nations censure of Egypt fbr its anti-Israel blockade carried on openly for years in the face of two UN orders to desist. As to the second step in the British-American anti-Israel connonor in & mru OOD Singapore's Chief Minister Marshall Singapore David Marshall. Chief Minister of Singapore, the son of Mcsopotamian Jews who migrated to this British Crown Colony half a century ago. is today the man to watch in Southeast A-ui. If he can guide his tiny island to selfgovernment within the British Commonwealth and prevent her population. 80 percent Chinese, lrom succumbing to the sirencalls of Peking. Communism will have been dealt a major blow in this part of the world. Convalescing from a severe bout with influenza. Marshall had been incommunicado for Mb, not only to the public but to the members of his own government. Thus we were delighted when his brother. Dr. Meyer Marshall, invited us on a routine medical call to the Chief Minister's oceansuie retreat at Changi. It was dusk as we sped out nf the city across Singapore Island and past the "No Visitors. Please" signs The Chief Minister, who in appearance reminds one of the late Justice Louis D. Brandcis, welcomed us into his greenwalled, garden-like living room. He was wearing an old green sweater over a "T" shirt. Nine hectic months in office have greyed his great mane of hair and put deep rings under his eyes. He moved and talked slowly, like a fighter conserving his strength. Politics is a new life for David Marshall. A year ago he was preoccupied with the most lucrative criminal law practice in Singapore. An eligible bachelor of 46. he had boundless energy for nightlife and loved the company of bright people. But when in April. 1956. Singaporeans were permitted for the first time to elect a majority of the members of their legislative assembly. Marshall decided to stand for office and joined other non-Communist under the loose label "Labour Front." His greatest ambition then was to be a minority gadfly to a Conservative government. But to the amazement of everyone, including himself, the Labour Front emerged as the largest single bloc in the Assembly and the Governor called on Marshall to be the first Chief Minister of Singapore. Marshall is the only Jew outside Israel now holding the highest political office in his country. When we asked whether his religion had been a political disadvantage, Marshall smiled v ryly. "I used to feel it was against me to be a Jew. Slowly I've come to think my position is miraculously unique. The Chinese know I can't be bought, and they respect me for it. The Malays, who are Moslems, say Marshall is a fine man even though he's a Jew.' There was no anti-Semitism in the election. If I am big enough for the job, I—who represent no racial constituency—am the ideal man for it." in mil HI #;. HIT — Israeli Actress Signed by Hollywood Hollywood Ziva Shapir. who recently arrived in Hollywood, is the first Israeli actress to be signed to a long-term deal with a major motion picture studio. Now under contract to Universal-International Pictures, the sultry beauty is making her American screen debut on a loan out to Bel-Air Productions, in ''Pharaoh's Curse," a medium-budgeted opus currently before the camera and scheduled for realease by United Artists. Miss Shapir, whose real name is Ziva Blackman, is a brown-eyed 21-year-old Sabra. with a face very much like Ava Gardner's. Born in Haifa, the daughter of a mathematics professor, she first went to the United States in 1948 to enter Kirkwood High School in St. Louis. Ziva's professional career is a fabulous success story. pert* • that even before the Russian shipments of jet planes tanks and submarines to Egypt, an imbalance in Arab-lsracl pow er alignment has been created by the sale of British and American weapons to the Arabs. The "mediation" offer—the third step in the plan—will, according to the Wall Street analyaia, be made to Israel after massively armed Arab armies, which are now being poised on Israels borders, start their invasion. The sensttivtty developing in Wall Street over Washington's refusal—under pressure of American oil interests in the Art* countries—to seU arms to Israel has been indicated during the last few weeks also in some Wall Street publications. However, the analvsis made now says quite openly that the present policy of the State Department will under the best of circumstances lead to the eventual loss of the Middle East to Communism. It can also, in the opinion of the Wall Street experts, lead to graver consequences: the niaisai rr of the la. raeli population and the outbreak of atomic war. These experts find it "hard to understand" why the State Department is maintaining its present pro-Arab and anti-Urael pc'icy. Frld ay, ON THE 8 o MOftl SA'IO are HANM HA1AZ "aneMphmiztd tirt' VI W I LASKY — %  y MMjMtY MHsOLlN SA'IO," whose publication date U this American critical evaluation a sample of the nun whir 1 foremost living novelist." Hayim Hazaz. Ukranian bv by adoption, has been writing in Hebrew for the DM A chronicler of Jewish life, be Jus, the jacket infernal of abort stories traced the decline and fall of the Mr East European small Jewish town, culminating i„ *?' the pressure of Communism." It is unfortunate that the opportunity of seeing some of his short stories fortk the strong impression that Mr. Hazaz' writing may be in a compressed genre. The book concerns itself with the Yemenite Jews hJ from Southern Arabia to settle in Israel. There separate stories loosely interwoven. The largest, in t magniture. is that of Mori Sa'id, the oldest member i community, revered for his Talmudic scholarship and] tation of dreams according to the letter (and number) of friend and disciple is Mori Alfekah. who sits at his feet) credulity lasts. Mori Sa'id's son Sion is an unscn wastrel, having neither piety nor wit; his daughter* the only coasttwetive action in the booh in angry poverty of her pain its' Ufa to join a tradition to. help create the new. For in the mists of the old tradition lurk many i the greatest of these is inertia, a physical passivism fo from intense intellectual exercise. For when Mori Sa'id to dreams and visions which he then interprets by "notariken," fixes the date of the coming of King few months hence, he paralyzes and distorts the usual i ence for all those around him, and eventually least, he begins to distort other lives; but though he sets i tion wherein his son can "borrow" ten pounds from signing a note which becomes due on the day King Me consequences of these and other actions are undefined anil' off toward the end of the book in ever-widening gyres. Singly r each of the three main strands has elen story: Mori Sa'id's bitter and ironic. Mori Aifekah's manner of The Wise Men of Chelm. and Rumyeh's a i and hope. Together, the effect is that ot a t h^nly-weveo-t overlaid by Mori Sa'id's interminable interpretation* an commentaries. The novel is not helped by the fact that! all speak in similar manner and seem to suffer emotiotgfl same degree. Mr. Hazaz' attitude may redeem the book for many one of absolutely unemphasized satire, and the rare ma breaks into open mockery stand out like exclamation ture of the squalid Yemenite community is also valuable.'C go to the translater. Ben Halpern, editor of the Jewish' bis skillful avoidance of awkward construction and forn ing. But a blue-pencil in a ruthless hand could hne,f book and added immeasureably to enjoyment. rfl Air Raid Drills Bring Home Urgent Need to Build Deeply interested in the stage. she joined the Habimah upon her return to the Holy Land immediately after graduation. She was fortunate to appear in some of the group's greatest productions. In 1954. Ziva Shapir was named Queen of the Wine Festival, which won her a six-week trip to the United States. She toured the Eastern seaboard, always trying to improve her command During the same year, Miss Jerusalem The recent air raid maneuver in Haifa, in which "enemy bombers" and "our own fighters" battled fiercely with each other in the air, in which sirens wailed and were drowned out by the shrill screams of the jets which ultimately drove the enemy out to sea. and in which every branch of civil defense went into action, has driven home to the people the necessity to prepare, even if ultimately war does not come to pa*>s. In the big cities, the people have not been very defense minded, although Tel Avivians and Jerusalemites well remember the destruction rained upon them in the Independence War. They simply want to shut out the ghastly memories, but the authorities —both national and local—have succeeded in alerting them, and as a matter of course they pay up the special defense tax with which shelters are being built and "Haga." the civil defense service, is being equipped. It is different out in the border settlements. There the threat is ever present, and with gratitude the new immigrants which populate them watch Army personnel throw up barbed wire entanglements and dig trenches and shelters for them. In I March, the Defense Minister Ben Gunal Dayan, Army Chief of Staff, themseheM with a lot of other brass and soldier bp doing their two years' service stint, to dgl nounced then that the operation will oef only when every border settlement oar it needs, and—knowing the efficiency r that won't be long. The Haifa test was very successful. sounds brought the civil defense posts—mainly people past military %  agent— and the second siren, nearly Iiwi emptied the streets, as very low-flying i fighters swooped down on the city seven in the morning until well in"' and every possible action waseanw received "direct hits." resMWOa "ravaged." "fires" were fought, "TW ed from "blazing buildings" aad casualty wards and emergency hospiun^ bombs were disposed of and rubb'ejaj "victims." as ambulances and o disbeliever. He really was a ttjjjj | he could not be moved of church and He was a tall lanky man. Physically maybe along Use lines of Kefauver. but he was an egg head too. A Greek and Latin scholar, a tremendous scientific curiosity, but along with it all a democratic simplicity so that farmers and working people naturally now Cinderella has reached the' t ook to him He h a hob by too. but he didn't go top. after a most successful Hoi-1 '"JoJSj* J' !" 'i l p,a >,! h *?" %  nowadays, we see the candidates having their lywood screen test. 'pictures taken every Sunday as they go \c Church and that •', a jHi Sag strongly in that, that as P^^j, issue a Thanksgiving Day prod** If he were President today, Ji "JJ would provide more for schools uwas prouder of the fact that. he £J University of Virginia than oi w> the UMJ ef*I In his Administration little war with the Arabs Incidentally, one of the hero*. Jew, Lieutenant %  war was a



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Page 8 A -Jelst>ncr*M9fJ Frfdc Four leaders in the fast-moving CJA campaign at Biscayne Pt. are shown meeting to report solicitation totals. Left to right are Aaron Tepper and Bill Hallen. area co-chairmen. William Blechman and Harry Caplan. Judge Segal! Seeks To Retain His Seat Judge Sidney L. Segall is a candidate in the May Democratic primaries to succeed himself as judge of the Dade County Small Claims Court. He initially received the post as a result of his appointment by Gov. LcRoy Collins to fill out Dade county'> judicial set-up with its full complement of 23 judges. The 47-year-old candidate heard ? 638 cases—an average of better than 115 per week—during his fir-t MX months on the bench and thereby reducing the case backlog from six months to five weeks. Segall said this week that he would run on his record "as a judge" and Ml background experience as an attorney, a prosecutor and Democratic leader" Born in Tampa. Fla., and reared in Miami, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Segall. pioneer family here since 1910. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois, AB degree, and Northwestern Univers'ty law school, degree of Juris Doctor. Admitted to the Florida Bar in 1033. Segall has been practicing here since that time, with the exApplications Now Accepted for Camp Judaea Miami Zionist Youth Commission said Wednesday that applications are now being accepted to the junior camp of Young Judaea, Camp Judaea Federation It Slate of Office Nominating met last week ££* According to Mrs. Rose Gordon, tion of a slate of ^*1 '""" !!Sw!? h --r Presiding a *-,„„ ., P'of Car, ?^ that a tentative dab should B ready J*5 the camp is for boys fend girls from the ages of ten to 12 years and is located in Hendersonville, N.C., at Camp Blue Star. Camp session h opened to members and non-members of Young Judaea and is for the period of June 10 to 24. j within the next few W( LTl Among activities listed are dis-ation officers are el 1 cussion groups, Oneg Shabbat proannual grams, Sabbath services, Hebrew I time early i instruction, dramatics. "^ting schedule' ly in Jw. singing, | Over 200 ig. arts serve each 3 and crafts, modern dancing, swimboard of governor! V* 1 ming, water sports, canoeing, boatsen ts most n f w?' !" *. choral groups, folk dancing. arU | serve" each" •-— 1 ^1Ulli,3, apartment house builder. Kivlak. 8301 SW 48th ave. in announcing the reception, stated that similarity "f climate in Florida and Israel has led t<> a fre> quent exchange of building data Technion Society FoSSey Lists His H ^*!l Sl a !t Campaign Platform tors of the Greater Miami area Ralph PosSFy, candidate lof will meet Tuesday evening. Apr. county commission from District 24. at the home of Mr and Mr-4 his announced the opening of Jay I Kislak to hear David Rose Coral Gables headquarters at 322 president of the American Society Miracle Mile. Steve BUM ifor Technion — Israel Institute <>f camnaign director for the Coral ception of the period during World Technology and world famous Cables area. War II. when he served in the Possty Wednesday said he will Justice Department. A former asinclude m InDade county prosistant attorney general in Florida, Iran "immediate steps to improve he has served by appointment as a I mass transportation, including exmember of the Florida State Impresswayi and fast commuter provement Commission. service. Traffic problems must be in addition to his membership in I techniques Which have been attacked vigorously and fearlessly, the Dade County and Florida Bar i beneficial to both. A.i result of I llso will urge expansion of our Associations, Segall belongs to Mi-1 this exchange, cement manufacturfine park system with additional ami Zionist District, of which he ed in Israel h.i been imported to launching rampfor small boats" served as president for three years, i aid the booming housing construePoasey called for adequate long is past secretary of Sholem lodge,' tion in Florida. range planning to eliminate dayB'nai B'rith. was active in Young Rose head of David Rose and by-day zoning variances and changDemocratic Club and Jaycees. Associates, Is builder of many of ps and definite areas to be set New York's largest and most mod aside for light industry. ern apartment houses. He has writI will also seek full cooperation ten and lectured extensively on in developing our port facilities construction techniques and has so that they can properly serve devised many innovations in mod Dade county, increased expansion • didate for^ Vtate leglslature"m"l950 ern housmg. and extension of commerce with osing b a narrow margin to Rep! Meyer A. Baskin. chairman of our sister republics to the South. ij anle p asce |] the Greater Miami chapter of the action to stop wasting money on j American Society for Technion, reduplication of surveys and eny... a ..„_ ^„. ported that the campaign for the couragement of civil service for!**"**'"' AppOnftOO OnKOT building fund of the new Technion greater efficiencv in government."' f. Raktaeh FAAW firm* campus in Israel is meeting with Joe Friedman has been appointwn rvvv rirm s ucces; ed campaign chairman for the Election of Ben Wheeler as a North Dade area in the campaign director, treasurer and vice presito elect Fossey. Headquarters for dent was announced this week by the North Dade area have been the board of directors of I. Rokeach opened at 12525 W. Dixie hwy. Ic Sons. Inc., one of the oldest General campaign headquarters kosher food manufacturers in the Running for Dade County Comare at 20 SW 27th ave. Mrs. Jan I'nited States, with factories in ing and fishing, hikes and campfires. Local commission office in charge of information is at 135 no V!!„ l!!_ m emberMf 4e| NW 3rd sve. mst of tb organizations i area. n the Dad,; Okell Airs Views On School Problems nating committee to M Mrs. Selig are Irving CnaJ Friedman. Uon KaplaT' Saal. Mrs Samuel Sheinman. William fci Carl Susskind. Dr. Mehaj and Louis Goldman, Platform PI John E Cicero, caixW Dade Countv commivioS 3, in a weekend talk *hV county-wide transportatia In 1948. he served as chairman of the speakers bureau for the Young Democrats and in 1952 was chairman of speakers bureau for Adlai Stevenson. Segall was a canThe most important problem i ^M^I#* ft~ facing the 1957 legislature is that | W,6e of providing much needed facilities in the way of additional school rooms and more school teachers to meet the growing school population in our public schools, said State Representative George S. Okell. candidate for state senator j that will meet the needs from Dade county, at a meeting county and the people. here. Cicero also called for Okell said "this year our school roads and traffic planning boards have had to employ over Dade County "to keep 4.200 teachers who are not profes-.the growth and devel, sionally qualified for the positions j Florida's largest and fas they are employed to fill. And of ing county" this number. 840 hold substandard' certificates for any teaching, and in addition Florida is still short 1,400 teachers needed to eliminate overcrowding." In his talk. Cicero also* the present county corns record of "closed door "It's time to put an secret session from which I Okell pledged support for appro, ic prMg radl(J and ^ Cowart Pledges Full Cooperation priations and measures adequately to support the minimum school foundation program so as to provide schools equal to the average in the nation. He said: "We must offer salaries to school teachers, which will compete with salaries paid by industry to people with similar training. Overcrowding can only be met by supplying the school boards with sufficient funds to employ enough teachers to reduce the class size to a maximum of 30 pupils, together with additional classrooms and buildings." 1 is Paris Peters is director. DuVal Proposes Change in Laws Harvie DuVal. candidate for State Rep rese n tati ve. Group l. ha advocated in his platform for office Farmingdale. N.J., and warehous-1 es in Flushing, L.I., and Toronto, Canada. Wheeler ha served as an execu] five officer of several New York j I ity banks, and is presently finan-; cial consultant to a number of representative corporations. He is a director and vice president of I ?aS=a fiWffaSS president of the Financial Service Co. mission in District No N Cowart. Cowart this week pledged that he will cooperate in the following restrictive zoning for residential areas, adequate county wide police protection, equalization and reduction of taxes and adequate paj and pension plans t<>r county em ployees 1'owart also said he will work for greater countv wide recreation'" re, | uc n K th e multi-million d„l al facilities, increased airport, hoslar """Phtting loss incurred by pital and road programs, closer %  %  %  each year. surveillance of county institutions. He points out that the great elimination of home owner perma Jrity of shoplifters tea] lam sonal property taxes, adequate ,nan *^0 worth of merchandise county-wide fire protection, equal ,rom anv one store He says the planning for city and county needs. re ason for this is "that such an deposit of county funds in interest0,,ensf is a misdemeanor and the bearing accounts and continued s boplifter by stealing a small and increased homestead exempam unt from a number of stores tion. j" only committing a misdemeanor Godfrey rd is distributor of an The candidate was born in Daran<1 when caught, is usually tried invention that helps you relax, lington. S.C.. is married and has in citv court, given a small fine The invention is the new Niagra three children. He is a graduate and ,et ,oos to continue his work thermo-cyclopad machine which of Miami High School. University elsewhere." combines soothing heat and stimuof Notre Dame and took special I Duval says that he has ready, ,atin 8 cyclo-massage. The deep courses at Michigan State College, and plans to introduce at the next circu,ar vibration induces a relaxPeoples University and LaSalle Kv session of the legislature, two ed fe eling from toes to head and tension University. legislative acts "to assist the mcr whl,e il relieves tension built up He is vice president and director chants and law enforcement offifrom work, worry or play, it adds of American Life Savings Insurcers in reducing shoplifting. One* a new zest to living, ance Company and is owner of act I propose is to make shopliftThe machines are available for Fans N. Cowart Associates in Coring a felony regardless of the value examination and trial at TWwW> *' Gabies. of the article or articles taken. Mehr 1 salon on 41st st. !" K>re In 1952, he was named excluded. "Dade countv each ytni more than $100,000,000


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.prijjojB. is Hark idence Day P ,; "; h ,rs Liion Sunday. Apr. 15. 10 Sudcnts of 26 --cbool atL deluded the narrative "Salute I" hra#l," with a J,indent choral groups of Lid Congregation, under Liion of Cantor William I coral Cables Jewish CenJjd by Robert Strassburg; parfe Jewish (enter, under xlllin ol Mrs. Lucille ^Nnrth Shore Jewish Cen^ te j in Cantor Edward Itonplo Beth Sholom, under 1ion of Mrs Coldie SussLmple Emanu-EI, directed Iph Shreibman; and Temple [directed bj Mrs. Josie Ad, script was written by Lou nruman. Jfv Kogan. former member iHagana and regional direc lihe Jewish National Fund. j students. Israeli mov%  ure> were shown. Another of the program was L of prizes to winners of Kind art contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish fRatncr family awards were ented b) Mrs. Matilda H. president of the Bureau. |ionon political aspects of of Israel were considered ol the rally. Ill to Israel" was sponsored Bureau of Jewish Education Council of Jewish Parent |r Associations of Greater Committee for arrangeDsisted of Mesdames Ben[Grcene. president of the p. Jack August, Irving Bakst, Smth. Nathan Davidow, I Yuni\ Monroe Schiffman, fishman. Sol Koenigsberg, iMendeKohn. Jane Lawson, Pumin. Molly Fabric and bnal directors of the Heducators Council. Williams Will Run To Succeed Self Judge Gene Williams has announced his intention to succeed "mself as Judge of the Court of r mes He was appointed by Gov. I.oR"y Collins to a vacancy created when the 1955 legislature in creased the number of judges m the Court of Crimes to two. Judge Williams. 3!). has been a resident of Hade county since 1925 He attended Little River Elementary. Miami Edison High school and the University of Miami law school, where he received his law degree in 1939. He lives with his wife and three children at 9500 SW 60th ct. Williams was a navigator in the Air Transport Command during World War II. In 1953. the late Gov. Dan McCarty appointed him an assistant state attorney for ;Dade county, from which position he was elevated by Gov. Collins to the judiciary. He has served apresident of his law school student hody. presiJudge Raymond G. Nathan, candent of the Miami Junior Chamber didate for circuit court, Wednes-1 of Commerce, vice president of day saluted the women of Dade the Florida Junior Chamber of county for taking an "increasingly Commerce. Secretary of the Dade active interest in getting out the County Bar Association, and U I vote." He said that women out* j member of the City of Miami long numbered men three to one durterm capital improvement commiting late voter registration last tee. week at the Courthouse. He is also a member of the Coral Speaking before his campaign Cables Klks lodge. Miami Lions women's executive committee, club, Pinecrest Daddies club, BayJudge Nathan urged them to look*Glades Civic Assn.. and is a cominto a candidate's qualifications I municant of St. Stephens Episcopal "with all the inquisitiveness that, C hurch. women are supposed to have." For his own qualifications, th< Silverman New Manager Page I IB Nathan Says Thanks For Voters' Support KABBI JOSEPH NAROT Beach Lodge Slates Dinner North Miami Beach lodge 195, Knights of Pythias, will hold its first charter day dinner May 26. at the Algiers hotel. Paul Bell is chairman of the arrangements committee. Dr. Narot to Head Joint Committee on Religion Instruction Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel of Miami, has been named chairman of a joint advisory committee on religion and the public schools whtth has recently been set up within the Greater Miami Jewish community. Paul Scidcrman. of the AntiDefamation League, is vice chairman, and Seymour Samet. Of the American Jewish Committee, is secretary. Religious and civic agencies which constitute the joint advisory committee are American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress. Anti-Defamation League, Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Jewish Labor Committee. Jewish War Veterans, National Council of Jewish Women and Rabbinical As-n. of Greater Miami. Purpose of this committee is to study and recommend ideas, proI grams and action with respect to religion and the public schools. ts Goesfs of Women B'rith Women of Miami day at Beth David audiProgram featured Jewish from foreign lands who wated with llillel House at pmlty of Miami. Dr. Don(rhaelson. director of Hillel introduced the guests. Judge stated that "I have the repu tstion of being the hardest working Judge in Dade county, and I am j proud that the voters gave me a vote of confidence two years ago when I was returned to office with the highest vote ever given, any judge in the state of Florida. "I pledge to keep right on working hard for the people—for all the people^—as your circuit court judge," he said. He pointed to the fact that "I have heard nearly 23,000 cases in the last three years alone, invnlv Of Normandy Isle Branch Appointment of Hilary Silverman, 834 83rd st, Miami Beach, as manager of the Normandy Isle, branch. Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., has been an%  nounced here. Silverman, a member of the law firm of Courshon and Courshon. holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Miami law school. A native of Pittsburgh, he came here in 1948, and is also a graduate of the general arts school at; ing between 75,000 and 80.000 peo pie. covering every type of legal, < he University of Miami and of problem. .Miami Senior High school. Rf-fucr fhelma R. H *? D L S ?" Honest ABLE (Mrs luther T.) CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3, Dade County (Area south of S. W. 8th Street in eluding Precincts 67A through 86) Experienced Pull Lever 43A May 8 (Paid Pol r.) Ad, MRS. 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Page 2 A 9-Jmistfk)rHiafL Frid y. Steadily Climbing Combined Appeal Hits $1,390,458, Worker Shortage Tiir Steadily climbing Combined Jew! b Aw lnis U( lk I new iot.nl of $1,390,488 for the period end | • 19 Chairman Sam Heiman indicated thai a shortage ol t Ad be the teftftu factor in the finaJ weeks ef the i vi r 6.000 contributors have been re*jMn.Mbl< -mem thu %  !."•. Heiman puaflMPlMe*mM*rto\ llcmian for Sunday morning in the Algiers hotel. BiscayneOvaiL For Final Haiti : track week ,,., hc date hat *#t 3 Man) ouuundia, „ ing. chiel „• lh m *i This date has hcen established $10,000 allFlorida ^ the target date lor completion which \viii't:,kt DI! '"f"* • all campaign assignments. It is; rhj further expected that some 500 volunteers and division chairmen will attend the major report function of the 1056 campaign where final announcements of the drive totals will be made. an president: Rose Ackerman. treasurer; Sarah Rosenberg, chaplain; Shirley Reigrod. conducts-this cnicial point." said Heiman, emphasizing the critical position ol the Appeal at this stage. "The Edith Feingold. patriotic inJewish community will be judged s tr u ctr ess; Anna Kaplan, historian nv our action in this meeting and and publicity; Frieda Feingold. in our resolution to complete this guard: Frieda Levine. three year Hfetaving task," Heiman declared Meanwhile, campaigns are going trustee: Dorothy Lindner record ing secretary; and Sophie Ro-cn c irreaponding lacratan JWV Dade County Guard of Honor headed by Maj. Sidney Horn posted Colon. Post chaplain Jack Silver delivered the invoca Joseph Cherner. former Miami Beach winter resident, died Tuesday in Washington, D.C., where he owned one of the largest automobile agencies. He had long suffered from a chronic heart ailment. An internationally renowned philan-I> % thropist, he assumed principal i roles in Miami and on the| American scene with the Unit-.** ed Jewish Appeal and Israel/ % Bonds. Prior to his death. Mr. j Cherner was reported to have* bought some three-quarter million dollars in bonds. In 1948. he presented his fabulous 27room showplace mansion on Juniper st. in Washington to the Israel Embassy. Heiman indicated that the achievement of the goal appears to be a definite possibility since there are additional gifts forthcoming from nearly 4.000 of last year's contributors who have not yet had the opportunity of making their gifts in 1960. affair and drawi ft dogs for the rich pu r I that goes with winnlMt. Which has often b* n | as the "Kentucky Dtrtoi I racing. thei MOTC.GK-$JOMoil CHAS. HIHT !" %  ,"• l-on on lit o, t„ d Unlimited ln.ur.nc, F J* nomwu it REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Mint Telephone 9-6308 Miami area was held at the home iof Mr. Morton Jacobs. 278 NE 101st full speed ahead in outlying com munities. A successful report meeting of all Miami workers was held at Beth David Congregation Thursdav. where nearly a score of volunteers reported results to I st • Miami Shores. Present to plan tion (,ue>t speaker was Judge Rat chairman Harry Gordon. Workers!the organization of the community ( ,,nnon. continuing to cover assignments in drive in this area were Rabbi Henthis area include Mrs. A. Z. Alpert. liiC r "I M Mrs Sara W Block, Mrs. Dorothy JNt Council meets Bott Mrs Gordon Brown. Mrs R Mutiny of the Jewish National S^alel Hvman (/banner. Mrs. IsiFund Council was held Wed j^ ronen Mrs Anna p rev Mau nesday evening in the patio of the nce H H yman. Rebecca Herman. I idea hotel, according to an anJoseph Jarlow. M. Laster, Mrs. Rita nouncement by Daniel M Broad. Rubin. Al Lev. Mrs. Murray LazaVpresident of the Council. Program of entertainment was presented l>> chairman Jacob Fishman. ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING lit end 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET YOU 8*. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Him* Phone 9-3444. us. Trudy Ixmdon. Mrs. Miriam Meyers. Al Miller. Mrs Ruth Quartin. Mrs. Shirley Queen. Mrs. Martha Rand, A. P Rosenberg. Walter Rosenthal, Gus' Shaw. Mrs. G. Soybel. Mrs. Milton Yaffe. Mrs. Vera Zeltzer. Oscar Zeltzer. Mrs. Jennie Pottash, Mrs. H Finhorn. Max Parness. Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz and Mrs. Gertrude Indgin A planning meeting in the North ry Okolica. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Thaw. Dr. and Mrs. Albert A. Feldman. Judge George L. Jackman and Mrs Frieda Blank. Solicitation is continuing in Miami. Miami Beach. Flagler-Gra;nada, West Miami. Coral Gables, : North Miami Beach. North Dade. i Hialeah and Homestead. Approxi' mately 50 percent of the quota for SWARMING? CALL S'MCt 10I Arthur Wilde's Seafood Harbor ON THE OCEAN AT 193rd ST. (THE IDEAL RESTAURANT) COMPLETE MEAT or POULTRY $135 DINNER from I COMPLETE SEAFOOD DINNER $135 from I ROAST PRIMI RIBS of BEEF *%33 DINNER Z. WHOLE BROILED MAINE LOBSTER MSO DINNER ^ CHILDREN'S DINNER .97 DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS OfIN: — WIIK DAYS .. 4:10-10:00 SUNDAY 1 : 10-10:00 PHONE 116 -3551 WORLD'S "=" URGfST "St* YMT ClMiiltd irtctrj for Orkii Ofhcf Ntirnt TM" Momber of • noi I rith Hotel Motel Home and A\ memt House Owners We art bar* fa itrvt y arfff* a COMPUTE UNf Of WfttJ CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS *j PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH Drapes — Curtains — Bod Pads — Plastic fae Studio aad Doveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation D. SER0TT, PrOf. 127 N.E. 9th Street Phone FKJ47S7 Cbtad Sataraey-Opaa Saaaay S. •!. Froedman %  Ml M. Rophon NtltlW BOOK ST0II 417 Washington Avt., Miami leach ••'*• Paarffc ami fifth Stt. NEIKW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Syaaaaaaaa and Private Via Aha far Ho.r*w Scaaab O'lOD "^ID Ttltfbaac JE 1-9017 i if A E L eftrif I C A r i s Proscription Specialists 350 LINCOLN R0A0 f*tract M W.lhmoUn AVMM PKon* JE I-742S 1329 BISCAYNI B0UUVABD Acrass irom Scan ff* ParkiMf in Rear P 12.1091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAE CHAPEL for a Perfect Tribute In keeping with the tradition! of the Jewifth faith, Kiveniile-Brarli Memorial Cha|X>l often nervices that WMI can ^ proud of — at a price you can afford. V^ hethcr orthtMlox, appMrvaliw, orw formnl nervire* are de.iicil. River.* Beach provides the %  llenliua of a friendly, experienced, undertand| staff and upaciou* chapeh itl fa.-dijir* to meet every family requirement. I •• der the peraonal Ruporvwioa of: ImiNC RL*BKM.. Yicr-Prrsitl> %  PVM Wmmmam\Trmmrm RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI III-'. V II Um Notni^ndy Dri^r • M'"" "'-'-'-'-'.. 1216 WHMM1IIII Avenur • |#ana ItSO Alton Road • lEgtrton Ml" Veal FUJar and 20th A.nuc %  Miami 9-ttM 24 HOUR AMBt'LAW E SERVK| Tom Bum. f •!>• Riveolde Mrn-r- < "-P* 1 IHe >ek: 76ah S. An.-f" l..m A*'



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Page 7 A to t organized Boy Scout Troop will be sponsored by Beth Men's Club. Shown kneeling are Harvey Malter and [Selevan. Standing (left to right) are Jerome Wolf son, j Klonsky, scoutmaster, Larry Schwartz and Sol Malter, jClub president. Troop committee includes Malter, chair[Dr. Samuel B. Wolfe, institutional representative, Rabbi uis Rottman, advisor, Daniel Amiel, Jerry Schechter and [Schwartz. ^___ is Newest Bank !R on Tuesday jturi Peiser. (hnirman of the Greater Miami's newest rial bank, the Bank of %  ty, disclosed plans for ropeninji Tuesday, Apr. 24, i.m. o announced the appointRonald N Aurswald as [of the new state-charter r) quarters for the hank I located at 1214 NE 163rd ding to Peiser, who said nanent quarters now are rfoiKtruction in the Burs-Food Fair Shopping 163rd St., North Dad* er banker, Aurswald re| resigned as executive vice and director of Mer| Bank of Miami to assume r duties. ner vice president of the itan Bank of Miami. Aurs' has been affiliated with !*h First National Bank. sly. he was associated with irk banking institutions and rmer instructor in the institute of Banking's hanking instruction. Mttrtered hank, the Bank M. KUtl FUSE* of Dade County will have an initial capital stock structure of $1,000.000. The bank will be a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Other directors, in addition to Peiser who is assistant to the chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores, and Aurswald, are A. J Harris, mortgage company executive; Abe Aronovitz. attorney and former mayor of Miami; J. Cason Ives, dairyman; Blaine Willen borg, Investor; S. C. Stampleman. Orthodox Jewry |!n Special Prayer Orthodox Jewry of (heater Milami assembled in prayer at H.-th Jacob Congregation th upon the official call of the doc! Rabbinate i.i [si me 1,500 pie attend Jonah i apian ac ted ,-.s %  nan 11 the ;•,.. %  i, meeting dedka ed to the eigh I. 1 1 the state (,i luael Pr nation to the Presidents of the i by Rahhi ft Louis Rottman. RaW I Ari Becker and Rabbi i the c mgregation in pra;,er> and in Psalm-, and Cantors Korele Kelemer and Maurice Ifamchea chanted the memorial and liturgical prayers. Mam addre-s wu delivered by I Rahbi s, T. Bwiraky, of Tn pie I Beth El. Rabbi libor H SUrn. Beth Jacob spiritual leader, gave ,the closing message. Prayer was ( %  •included with the blowing of the Shofar by Rabbi Simon April, of Miami Hebrew School. < • Emergency prayer service was held Sunday afternoon at ( Qflgregation Beih Titian to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the founding of Israel. Meeting was another here and held throughout the country at the request of the Is raHi Chief Rabbinate. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovsky. jpir, itual leader of the synagogue, head (l a roster of speakers which included Rabbi Morris Horovitz, president of the Greater Miami Hapoel Ilaniizrachi, and Rev. Jo: seph Krantz. president of the Miami Beach Mizrachi organization. Rabbi Chaim Rothman assisted in the musical program, and Rabbi ;Judah S. Raekovsky, formerly of Memphis, offered the invocation, fsidor H. Kramer, president of ; the synagogue and chairman of the event, announced that a spontaneous free-will offering netted over $500 for the Israel emergency relief fund. former chairman of the board, Gillette Safety Razor Co. John Gier, former president, Central Bank and Trust Company and local manufacturing executive; M. L. Green, builder; Marvin Raulin, real estate investor; B. J. Harris, mortgage company executive and builder. Harry Frohman, manufacturing j executive; Joseph Levay, investor; | Sidney }A. Aronovitz, attorney; 1 Harry B. Schwartz, manufacturer; I Julius S. Sperling, department store executive; David P. Catsman, attorney. Salvador Olivar, realtor and Consular Corps member; and J. Allen Brown, realtor. The Miami law firm of Aronovitz and Aronovitz has been designated as legal counsel for the bank, according to Peiser. Andy Gustafson, of Miami Hurricanes, is shown here presenting awards at first annual B'nai B'rith Youth Awards dinner dance to Larry Klein, captain of first place Rbyal Palm AZA, and Dick Meirowitz, captain of secor.c place 322 AZA. These teams placed first and second, respectively, in B'nai B'rit-i Youth Touch-Football League. low to Become Part Owner of Cadillac Hotel Jack Low, recently appointed late this summer at a east of B*V managing director of the Cadillac proximatelv $200,000. Besides the hotel will become part owner on insta | lation o£ shu ffleboard courts, May 1, heading a group taking over i the hotel. Plans have been made I Provision will be made for volley for a general refurbishing and j ball and table tennis. The Cadillac face-lifting of the hotel, to begin is located on the ocean at 40th st. We wish to thank the Jewry of Greater Miami for helping us to make this past winter season our most successful one We look forward to serving you this coming summer season OPENING JUNE 17th through the High Holidays SPECIALS JCOME IN K WATCH JUS PACK BE SMART BUY NOW m m Kill I It 9 S <*. (CORNER ALTON R0A0) IONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 1255 Dode Blvd., Miami Beach Itiwri the Cnwr ff %  ••*•• %  Clib) Ovor 100 Gtft Package To SoUet From *+l9* J*ff ORMRS ACCOTI0 ttipptd with HAH BUSHEl Delicious ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT 4 !W PATTIEl M.00 NOW IMMINR 1 JARS MARMALADI | MARMALADI AP ... I OR JELLY ^ %  JO'" lp*rnM^~ DAVID R0SNER, Owner-Oi rector :•:•: HOTEL 0m fho Ocean at 67fh St. MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA Dietary Lows Observed PHONE UN 6-8831



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Page 6 A >tW yf nrrHtyr Col. Jacob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home The Jewish floridion continues here with the second in a series of articles on Col. Jacob Arvey, national Democratic perty leoder and distinguished member of the American Jewish community. The series is hosed on MI exclusive interview with Col. Arvey at his Miami Booth winter home. %  JLfHEN WORLD War II broke out. •* Col. Jacob Arvey sought to enter service with the 33rd Division of the Illinois National Guard. That he was considerably past mili• iv ;iye. that he was by then a political power in the rational Democratic party and that the lapse of time until his return to politic;it the conclusion of the \\:ir might tend to obscure the reputation he had already achieved — ROM it these factors deterred him in his effort to do his part. He emerged from World War II as Judge advocate of his division with the title <>i lieutenant colonel. \i; anecdote Col. Arvey tells i f hiinitiation into the :ir forces casts li^ht on his character in American and his pri le as Jew. in uniform, ha was on his wax to report to camp. A fellow passenger sat don n b< rim in the parlor car of the train. "Isn't it ;i pity," said the "that someone your age rve in the armed forces r what? To fight i r the Jews, Roosevelt started I ar because the Jews asked him For .i long lime, Col An % % %  ored the taunts, trying by exnipli to -how the stranger the error ol hithinking -the stereotyped bigotry of hi> misstatements of fact. When it Ufa t" no a\ail. Col. Amy confessed: It's no pity, young man. at all. J am. you see. a Jew. and I am serving not just for Jews but for II Americans—for all free peole here and everywhere — you luded." The stranger, embarrassed, w.il ut of the parlor car as i.i>t a> v i legs could earn him. When Col Arvey left to -erve icountry, he resigned from 'hree prominent political offices As the train sped him on hiway, he was retired from (a) chairllship "f the finance commit"t the Chicago city council: b) Chicago alderman, in which Camp Sky Top FOR BOYS & GIRLS IN THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA Nathan Anderson Miller Owner Director 6550 N.W. 38th Terrace Miami Springs PHONE TU 8-9704 a.-. CAMP PINEWOOD H EN DEISON VIH.I, N.C. "Am Adventure in Health and Haphintss" An Out .landing Camp for Boys & Girls 5 to 17 Why Camp Pinewood For Your Children?' Becouse they are so precious to you ye want for them: • ft.? 01 2*222 5Umm *'2500 ft. hah in me Blue R.do* M-u-rtolns • Del.c.ous wholesome food — appealing to children^ tost. • ?' reC, £? who J h v P'sonol interest in eoch child ond the knowledge ond background to moke their summer delightful e Mature experienced counselor staff • Beautiful camp site — 100 ft. sw.mming pool in odd.tion to private e Free horseback riding • Exciting conoe, horsebock ond hiking trip* • A full athletic ond cultural program Directors: Or. ftMrt. Donald Micheltod Mr. & Mrs. Sti L. Merrier Miom.—Pho*e 83-5418 Miami Beach— FIMMJE 1 -6776 Associate Directors: Salm. Hmyden. 9. U. Merrhi Here.. I. E. PERSONAL INTERVIEW SUGGESTED 11 %  ph b) Leo, Mm.Mm COL. JACOB AKfiY insistence en honesty capacity he served aa vice mayor; (C) Democratic party committeeman. > jT IS THIS fierce insistence on honesty and this equally fierce pride in his heritage that brought Col. Afvey, on a recent national television broadcast, blankly to remark. "I am a Jew." in answer to the question. 'Why. Colonel, do you show such great interest in the State of Israel"" The following morning, he received phone calls from people across the nation, who congratulated him for the remark—congratulations which Col. Arvey felt were absurd and misplaced. "I am a Jew. am I not?" he proudlv asks. In this regard. "I am a Jew" •raa the subject of an address he delivered in November. 1954. in Chicago before some 1.800 persons, the affair a testimonial in hihonor sponsored by the Israel Bond organisation. "Every now and than n becomes necessary for a Jew to study his role in the world, to examine his relationship to his people It is Israel. itland and its people, which brought us here." Col Arvey said at the Conrad Hilton hotel on Nov. 6 of that year, with such distinguished persons in attendance aa Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. former Illinois Gov. Adlai | Stevenson. Senators Paul Douglas and Bates Kefauver, Mayor Martin Kennelly and Mayor Lawrence. Nrael is the culmination of a economic progress of Israel and to plan for the participation of American and world Jewry in Israel's economic future. Incidentally—an offhand thought, which' might be of central significance; for lesser men—Col. Arvey in-' troduced the resolution recommending the flotation of the Israel Development Bond Issue. On the occasion of the taatl monial in his honor, more than $2,000,000 in bonds were sold And. in touching response to this outpouring of generosity, as well as to those paying him hommage, Col. Arvey once more turned the tables—once more made a tribute to him a tribute to his people. "I am a Jew." he said proudly again and again, and perhaps for the millionth time during his life of fierce identification with his ancient tradition. "It is a simple phrase It bj not recited with bravado or with apology, but with deep humility. What title has a richer history, a more glorious past, a more noble heritage?" Forever searching in the past for signs of the future, and harking back in history to painful memories of pogroms, massacres and blood libels, COL Arvey continues to affirm his faith in totradition." he added." and the threshold of a future. Tonight. fj %  are not honoring a Jew. but the Jew We are testifying by our presence that wherever there i%  Jew. he is part of us. I do not intend to indulge in racial theories. Being a Jew is not a matter of mathematics but of taith. Being %  Jew is not a product of logic but of history. It is that history which weighs upon all of us this evening." This is typical of Col. Arvey. Shying aval fRHn the specific— from himself as one of the architects of American and Jewish his tory today—he turned to a more comfortable theme the Amei i can and the Jew -peaking for all Americans and all Jews ^NE DOES not get to be bOttOr^"* I'd awas Col, Arvey that night in Chicago without just reason The measure "i the man is in his communal participation. Col. Arvey Is a Miami Beach winter resident; this is to say that he spends onij part of the year here Nonetheless, he has found time to be in Inspirational force in the Combined Jewish Appeal's Initial gifts division. In addition, he lends his leadership to Miami's Israel Bond organization. He is also vice president of the Jewish Home for the Aged here and was chairman of the Ablin Memorial campaign. (He and the late Jack Ablin were close friends as youngsters in Chicago, a friendship which matured with the passing years, and Miamians recall with a degree of nostalgii for the moment the message CoL Arvey delivered at Douglas Car dens on the occasion of the dedication of the memorial.) By comparison, in Chicago and across the nation, Col. Arvey's philanthropic endeavor in behalf of the Jewish community vaults in staggering proportion. When the Israel Bond drive was launched in the Windy City in May. 1951. Col. Arvey became its honorary chairman and served as chairman of the welcoming com%  m ittee for the Chicago visit of David Ben-Gurton, Israeli Prime Minister. He also served as chairman of the Jerusalem 3.000th anniversary celebration in the Chii Stadium, at which former President Harry S Truman, a good friend, gave the principal address More than $1,000,000 in Israel Bonds were sold on that occasion. > > QOL. ARVEY was also one of 50 ** outstanding world Jewish leaders invited to Jerusalem three years ago to review the '? W.B. 0 T 0 M T 7 •""•tNKt, the


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\ April 1956 Slate Offered Monday ..^i .President, Mrs. Harold Shopmaker vice presidents. Mrs. Arnold +Jn*lxi>n*r*ton >f officers will be the the agenda at the North PTA. Mrs. i Stern, Mrs. Murray Summers and Mrs. Milton Beresh: recording sec item on u„ meeting of Jewish Center Shopmaker will preside,lUry, Mrs. Harry Friedman; torliember!. meet Monday at the f pon<|ig | .secretary. Mrs. Fred jBlau; and treasurer, Mrs. Samuel slate of officers is: Bloom. Refresh by Mrs. used MTB. bummers, program chairman, has arranged a social evening to follow the election. menu will be served Charles Cole. Installation ol new officers will ,take place at a joint installation ceremony at the Center on Sunday evening. May 6. 1 Mrs. Beresh, festival chairman. ===—_____ _^___^^_ Pa 9 e 5 B • = .r % %  =sa Elections Feature of Women's Agenda North Shore chapter, B'nai B'rith evening at the North Shore Jewish Women, will hold Ml final business Center. meeting of the season on Monday Election of officers for the com\ in year will head Uie .agenda, ii making plans for a Lag Burner! Featured will be the presentation outing of all Popiel School children | of an annual report by Mrs. George on Sunday, Apr. 29. 'Baltuch, i-esident. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN ^LAUNDRY /BATHROOM FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL I J IIIV FOR POTS AND AWAA PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I $FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than a "y any other leading product, plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered! Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps.



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.* Ap rU20l956_ i *J**is*rk)rMtor ro Page 15B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT7OU8~~ NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY aiVKN thai iVc.-V.V '"" ,1-;:;,,:,.;" i c %  a KM niu u K,;NT -WOW. foi Appll.anl %  • %  i-tii...it. Road i/i-ia-M-r? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, NAME LAW N'-l l I. 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undertlined, rtelrln lo enWe In zsti, i.„„,. Miami, Intend* • %  MM name Hritf, the Clerk of the circuit i ou. t of Dad County, Florida 4/S-H-20-27 AX ""!D80N LfcGAL NOTlCt fit Ehiel Lesowoder. who was recently elected president er Miami Histadrut committee. He is shown with Miler (right), treasurer, and national secretary of Histadrut ov Biegun at a meeting here. ger Wiil Seek Peace Justice Post NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai ine underslrned, %  UsirinK to enKaup in ibuaineai under the fictitious name nf I US MM' AMI SKMKNT COMPANY, al 511 \ w sth Street, Miami. Floi Ida, Intf-nrlH in reglnter n |ii name with the link ,,r ih.Clrcull Court ..f Da.dc Florida. ROSE DBHEDERK I. I Ml IRTON VI. liKICKI. Attornej for Anpilcant '•"i Blarayne Bids. 1/30 — 1/6-1S-B) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS -.-,„. NAME LAW NOTJCE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that i!£*£2? n ?V*\i!* L r,mi oamraf In STKI.N PROPER I IKS. at rtl V. Avenue coral Qabl. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk '•' ''"• IFCWH I ourt <.f Dade County, FREDA H BRENNER I'AII. BTEIN DAVID BTEIN REBECCA 8. KLEIN BRENNER STEIN PROPERTIES WII.I.IAM I Attorney for 4/6-1.1-20-27 j Marger. Miami Beach at finnounccd Wednesday that (run for Justice of the Peace 15 in the May Democratic %  is a member of the board of the Miami Beach Ik and legal aid officer for resided in Dade county, [tears. The candidate said 'campaign on a platform j night court sessions, j appointments and a' lintrrpretation of criminal' and civil laws. During World War II, Marger served with the Air Force in the Pacific as a cryptographer. GUST BROS fcv7 the BEST' Miami Board of Realtors Salesman School New Class April 23 7 10 pjn. 4 weeks $50 DR. FRANCIS J. CARIUCCI, Dean Lmmrm fo past real estate exom Alto (corn to mm locked by 400 Miami Realtors PHONE FR 3-9396 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt the underalrned, desiring t" aairaca In buaineaa under the fjctltloua name <.r BTONE*8 DEPARTMENT STORE, nl • N W 17th street. Miami, Florida, intend* to register aald name with the Clerk or the Circuit durt of Dade County. Florida. BENNIE BTONE EERY BTONE Attorn*) for Beanie si,me, Stone's I >• partment st.,i %  4/13-20-27.'., I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt the undoi'olaiied, desiring t enKage In inder the fictitious name of THE PHYSICIANS fJROCP, at 1431 North Bayahore Drive, Miami 3fi, la, Intend to r< stater -.liii name with the Clerk "i the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN O. oltKN MARTIN S KKI.I.K MAI'RICE RICH R DAVID EPSTEIN SAM r EL trERTMAN KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorney a for The Physicians Oroup 4M Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla. 4 13-20-27 — 3/4 is i: r r if v WILIIAM I. "Bill" McCrory fo CONSTABLE OFFICE DISTRICT #5 lOceanfrant Communities of Dade Coonty) 'QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE'' Pull Lever 43 A I paid Pol Adv.) f ——***—440l0l0tm00000 *00 00**04W—**— *—*> I ( B?f^^ 1 ^9P9 & ^ V0P* '^ '0 RACES NIGHTLY 0U| NIELAS EVFPV RACF • DAILY DOUBif HI 2nd ^ ATES 0N AT 6 30 PM O POST TIM! 8 10 P M N0 M 'NORS ADMlTTFO >o or on • 'lei ADMISSION 50c ^O^jf. VSPAPERS FOR COMING TO NEW YORK? Slay at rhli atoder* 25ilory holel. AS rooait outside ipoiur. lOfO*. beautifully fornliheoV rooms with lilchenelle, prlvote hath, UrnmHM dolly. Two roosa •alto* lro $149 IPIOAl MOMTHIT IATUI *i. ,a.i.i-i t HHwili ell H JM BEACON troodwoy at 73lh St.. New York Oicar Wialrek. MoMf if 0lr^e Stata Supervised Pori mufvel Wogonitfl DOG 1$ Hi u. ei i>iifiit-s.s under the flctltloua name of THE NEW V I r T o It Y OARDEN APARTMENTS, al %  %  %  %  Wa Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to ter H.IIII name with the Clerk of the i'ii. uii Court or Dade "ouni >. Florida. BADIE ROSEEINHKY I'M'l.l.M-: CHANIN, Ownera MAI:I.|,I> BTRUMPF Attorne) foi Appllcanta 90S Blacayne BWt. I, 13-211-^7 — .1/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 188907 JEAN s FRASCA, Plaintiff, \ a, l.oris FRASCA, Dafi ndi You, l.oris FRASCA. 8 Concord Street, Aahland, Maaaachui notified to file defenalve pleadinga to. this suit with the Coort'a Clerk, and* .i copy on iilalntiff's attorney!I MURRAY OOODMAN, 410 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, on or before May 7. last, or she oomplaJnt win be taken aa confeaeed Dated April 3. 19.'>6. (Circuit Courl Seal) | It WEATHERMAN. Oerk Bj it. ii. RICE, JR., Deputy i/t-n-vt-rt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai the underslsjned, denlrlna to ensejte i-, bualneaa under the flctltloua tusroe of RTYLANEZE FURNITURE INDI '-'TRIES, at 1640 s W. 18th Lane, M ml, Florida, Intends to resjteter ai'i name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. BTYEANEZE, INC., a Flo Corporation, Sole • > nei PALLOT, SILVER and Ml I.I.I >Y foi Applicant TIM Contrreaa I:u %  i County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within ,i>;lit calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof Bald claims or demands to contain the lejtal address of tho claimant an.I t.. be sw.ii n to and preaented ..afoi • une wllL he haired. See Section 733.Ill of the inn rroliate A. • Date March M, A.D. IM. \ Administrators of the 'e of LEO HONlOSBERi I a.'k/a i i: LEO HONIOSBERn, Dec ea aed 3/30 — 4 fi-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN the underalsned, dealrlna to engage in huslness under the fictitious name >,f SPECTRUM ENTERPRISES, at number X2 N \V. 27th Avenue in the City of Miami, Florida, Intend to reel the aald name with the clerk of i!Clrcull Court of HadCounty, FHisi' 1 Dated at Miami, Florida, this L.';i day of March. 19.16. EDWARD B. sc.Jll'KZ LESLIE B K'oVAL l-'.'iual l'artnera 4/1-13-tq NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the un.l-rsltnetl, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name of NORMANDY -MEDICAL BUILDINO, at lli'l Normandy Drive. Miami Beai Florida, intends to resjiater aald nan i with the Clerk Oi the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida. 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iSter Declares JNF WiH Pay Arabs for Land—if Peace Reached ,f the Jewish Miami live board %  Fund of Greater mitfressman Abraham J. r 0 f New York at a luncheon Jaieigh hotel Apr. 5. uulter is numbered among ,U l ders in the Jewish Na\ m d of America today. He a of Uie national lawyers __ for the Jewish National filter was elected to the !~£s on November 4, 1943 ^EeTreelected to the 8lst, j 83rd Congresses. Ir declared here that "there [BO compromise on the priDuYal Says He stigated Deaths ,F. DuVal Jr., justice of the %  District 1. is running for i to succeed himself. Lj was appointed to the ofL May by Gov. LeRoy ColIfill a vacancy created by the of Edwin L. Mason. candidate said that since [office be has made a pfacf personally investigating all ; deaths in his district. He court five days a week and jltand on Saturdays in emer1-north of 20th st. in. tne most populous of id in Florida. I is a native Miamian and t-of Stetson University (bool. He is a veteran of n having been decoratJUOGI BAVMOND 6. ciplc of freedom, because the principle of freedom is indivisible. Israel represents democracy and progress in a part of the world where slavery and ignorance prevail. Israel is not a Jewish problem, but an American problem—a problem of ail decent people, regardless of religion or nationality." Israel wants peace with its neighbors, Multer said, but peace with honor. "Israel is busy with construcUve work, and has made big strides in land improvement, thanks to Jewish National Fund." Rep. Multer said that upon the conelusion of peace with the Arabs, the JNF will be prepared to pay for the lands abandoned by the Arabs during the War of Independence. Functions of the Jewish National Fund here increased since the establishment of the State of Israel because of the great influx of immigration. The JNF has been charged with the responsibility to provide land for resettlement of the immigrants in the rural areas and in the cities. To meet the new responsibilities, the JNF looks for increased income not only from its traditional collections, but also hopes to build up the JNF Foundation. Daniel M. Broad, president of the JNF Council of Greater Miami, presided, at the luncheon. Members of the JNF executive board present were Joseph. Alter, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Mrs. Jack Davis, Loon J. Ell, Jacob Fishman. Sol Goldman, Dr. Zev Kogan and Milton Miller. Mills to Run For County Off ice I. Ray Mills, veteran criminal investigator and special agent for the Dade county solicitor's office, announced he will run for constable In District 3 in the May-Democratic primaries. The district Includes the south section of Miami, Coral Gables. South Miami, West Miami and much of the unincorporated part of the county near those cities. Mills, a veteran of 30 years in the law enforcement field, said he would put into service three radioequipped automobiles to aid in eliminating robberies and other violations in the district. He has resigned as special agent in the solicitor's office effective Feb. 15, Mills said. Kentucky-born Mills joined the Coral Gables fire and police departments in 1926 and served eight years. He was with the Dade Sheriff's office seven years and attached to the state attorney's office nine years. He served as safety director for West Miami in 1949. If elected, he pledged "to work in close harmony with business and professional people with their bad check problems." JIT COURT Gravptlj iST WORKING IN DADE *TY... IP DADE'S KT WORKING N WORKING HMIYOU! ''<•>• r* tPd. l-ol. Adv.) Art Exhibit Opens At Beach Center Opening Wednesday, Apr. 11, at Miami Beach Art Center, 2100 Collins ave., an exhibition of "Jewish Art by Jewish Painters" is being shown under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education and arranged by Joseph Duntov. At the same time, loaned by special courtesy from the private collection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Rosenblum of Miami Beach, paintings and drawings by Ben-Zion are being included in the exhibit which is scheduled to remain on view through Apr. 26. Heading the exhibition, Isaac Llchtenstetn. of New York, will show 38 of his works. Represented in collections oi many countr.es. he has exhibited in New York. Paris, Holland, London and Scandanavia. Ben-Zion. instructor at Cooper Union Art School, New York, has exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy, Carnegie Art Institute and the Whitney of Baltimore. 'The Play's the Thing 1 Feature "The PU, y \s the Thing" was the theme chosen for the month of April by the Miami Public Library Books on the history of the theater, essays and critical studies, Plays of all periods and biographies of famous actors and actresses and managers are being featured in a month-long display to call attention to the greatest and oldest medium of human expression. This program has been planned because of the increased interest in the theater, according to Dr. Frank B. Sessa, director of the liTheme of library brary. "More people are reading in this subject field because there are so many good books now available and because people are seeing and listening to more plays—both in the theater and on radio and television," he said. Games Might Scheduled Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy will meet Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Naomi GoldbiaU, 160 SW 40th ave. .Games, cards and mah jong will be the order of the night. Page 3 A Hold Tollege^Meet B'nai B'rith Youth Third annual South Florida B'nai B'rith Youth College was held Friday through Sunday. The college started Friday night with Sabbath services at Beth David Synagogue. Saturday afternoon, there was be a symposium on the theme "Israel in a World of Crisis." Saturday night there was a social at Hillel House on main campus of. the University of Miami. The social was sponsored by Hurricanes and Hillel AZA. -* % on are cordially invite J —~ to v to present s~*\ '' ***** OOMSMI Cjcncral of tlte State of Ssrael JVaL / _' in honor of the opening of th0) Israeli \*^onsulate\ for tic Southeastern United(State* on the occation of the ^ Siglttk Anniversary of tlte State of Ssraet ^Wednesday,


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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Agudath Israel "SOI Carlyle ave Orthodox RABBI ISAAC Bvst Fri. evening lervicei 6:S0 r m r-.it. morning services, • 8:J0 am. Sermon Topic: "Dislribiiti.ni of Reward and Punishment in Life" '" ll '*' Anshe Emes 2)43 Cora! w.ty Beth David 262$ SW 3rd ave Owiwruilrt* R^BBI YAAKOV ROBDNI C\N IIIK Wll I 1 ^-l \V LlPSQN Fri evening lervicei 8 II P m Sermon Topic: "BnJev Murphy From a leu of View -.,[ morning lervicw ... 9 a.m Bar Mittvah en Jackman Ste' %  • 1 %  • Beth El 5W 17th ave RVBHI SHMARYAHU T CANTO* Lot M GAITI NHAJL'S 6:13 p.m morning l:JO a.n Sermon Topic: The Strategy of Faith" Beth Emeth 12201 NW 7th avc. Fri evening tervicei %  • 1 ;|1 r %  • Sal morning lervicei 9 JO am i Beth Israel Prairie ave '' RABBI II LOUIS ROTI MAN I ri evening len ices • f W r %  ^..t corning services I Ml a.m %  inm Tor. IMI Bati • Bar Mitsvah liv Stuart, to Di and Mr Irwm H Makovaky Homestead Center 183 NE 8th st. Homestead Conen am t MORRIS c;i an official Friday evening Btrvsra ... 8 p • %  Hollywood Beth Sholem 1723 M J Conn i .mi e RABBI SAMI I I U R Hollywood Temple Sinai 0 Pott at., HOBTR iscn jinr R\BBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOB VI MI DA Hin RRAVN Pri evening services • ••'' r "' %  Sermon Topic: ('niftu Chatacteritici i inoming 9 '• %  %  Bai Mnuvah Harold Mr and MrPrank Kuehnei Israelite Center s\v ; ;,i %  ( •i.fTianif RAMI MORTON MAI \VT CANTOR 8 8AI row evening services € 10 r m ing tervJces 8 Jo a.m. Sermon Top* Holltlfv. Temple Beth Sholom 4144 CHas. ave Liberal RABBI LION KROVIMI CA* POR 8*alUSI KRLIMBR Fri fvenisg ID***** • • • '" P m • inm Topic %  T he Sabbath ,>l h'ael I Fv.Mf.ue : tn< Danger s.ii morning services • 10:41 a.m. Bar Mftroh Rofctft, "> of Mr and Mrs L""" 1 Culc BaMlUvah MJXIIIC. daUgfe Mi and Mi Gilbert Goldman 1701 Temple Emanu-El Washington .<\c Coruenatne RADII IRVTHD l.rnaMAN (AMOR I'MIIIP BBI'MMBR In iVRAang -<'vicr. S and 8: SO ,k.r hum Katz. principal, Miami Beach High SchM.I Sat morning ..9am. Sermon Topi V/eM> P"rti,..i" R... Mitsvah Rosalind, daughter of j RahHi and MrIrving Lrhrman W*m„ tt (ft*, SamHirsc h and direct !" 'WDJUI Samuels, at aT % Sholom on WednetaJ terhood preside, A ^PUcealtheTe^] Beth Jacob 1 Washington ave R \BUI TIHOR STERN MAI an I MAM 6 '•" p m. a in ficed" Msttvah Bruce, son of Mr irj MrPhi! i Beth Raphael %  6 ... ft NW R ISBI ARIF Fri ... A Shari Beth Tfilah r R-' H E • %  • I I I I : I Coral Gables Center ave I %  RADDI MORI CAM • %  • l 8.15 p m. It| / Hlgl U'4\" -" am i Flagler-Granada NAY 31st pi. atii-e RABBI Leo HUM 1 • i evening ten : Ding -ft'. • Sermon T. pic: Weei %  Portion" Kneseth Israel 1413 Budld avr RABBI [ONAH E CADI ^ CANTOB ARRAHAM S Pri evening nrvleas 6:13 p m. s.ii morning Mrvtoti 8 >(i a m Sermon Topic ni' an.i Relici.'tn Authl Lauderdale Emanu-El S Andrewa\e Ft, Lauderdale Re • RSBBI MMIH RANDOM Monticello Park 164th -t ff NE 11th ave.. Conservative R\BBI l-\\<: LrRi R Fn evening services 1:13 r m. Guest ipeakei Louis Sdrwartaman, executive director, Bureau of Jewish I .turn Sermon Topic: tt | 7..i, i ver" 9am Bar Mittvah Mi 1 ... William Cowan, ion ol Mi and MrRobert Levttan Miami Hebrew School SW 12*1 R^• Al'HI CANTOR BIRI I I KBLRMCR Fn evening aervicct t\ -n p m 1 a in Sermon Topic/. Religion Against Reti North Dade Center V.' I>ixir !.. R\BBI III \KI OKOLM < 1 kNTOi MAURI I NBU evening services 8 15 p m Sermon Top Cai We Conquer Fej''" a ni M t:\ah Dooal Mr | jn p m B:J0 a 111 Temple Zion 3720 SW 17th -t Cmnervatiie RABHI AI i RIP W'AXMAV In evening aervicei f> 15 pm Late ln aervicai • 8:J0 p.m. '-. : moil Topu : i T( .lav and morning Btrvicn ... 9 a.m Bar Mitxvafa Martin, son of Mr and Klr JUINH Creenwald %  M^^ga^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Tifereth Israel 6500 N Miami ave. Convenatne RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON CANTOR AIBIRT GLANTZ Fri. evening er\ice 8:i0 p.m. Sermon Topic: The ku.l.ii.h Meaning and Message" Sal Morning services ... 9 a.m. Srrmon Topic: Pro/aniiy" Torah Temple 1234 \\'e>t ave American /iiJditm RABBI ABRMMM ('\c-ri. R^BBl (pull CsVMDI Zamora Jewish Center 44 Zamora a\e C.'mertatu e R^BHl B Li.>s Hi RWITZ i" Ri in PII BRII I Fn eveninc services 8 15 pm 5c B I ..pic: lamel'i /^dependence A Arthur Pekelner. I nt, Miami ZioTust District. Max' Pnedaon, president, Coral Gables Zionist District S^t mormi 8:Jfl am Bar Miusah Stephen, -on ot Mr an.] MrLeon Smith Spirit of Israel's calm determination to defend the land as Jewish State marks its ninth year of indepedence is seen in face of this young villager, leaving Mosad Alryah Children's Village at Petach Tikvah, project of Mixrachi Women's Organisation of America, to join religious border settlement. Her graduation from village marks completion of years of agricultural, academic and religious training at Mizrachi Women's project. Ashburn Pledges 'Continued Service' Ralph V. Ashburn. candidate for constable. District 1, was born in Columbia. S.C. 37 years ago. Educated in Winston-Salem, N.C, Ashburn is married to the former Mildred Mallord. They have two children, Linda Darlene, age 4. and Kathy Charlene, age 15 months. Ashburn came to Miami in 1942 and was employed by the El Portal police department. For the last 10 years, he has served as deputy constable in District 1. "Ashburn was commended by the U.S. Treasury Department for his cooperation and assistance in the arrest of three famous counterfeiters who were arrested with S250.000 in counterfeit money in their possession," his supporters said Wednesday. Ashburn pledges that he will "continue to serve the people as I have dono in the past." Visit any in Miami and you m | the finest exo !" of Memorial^! have been CTeayj and inslaUedbJj THURMOMll Tfce Z-Srery Waifs I 32S3 S.W. Ira St. *, MARKUSMia) BI Csmtttrf Cata*] 0o. Ssassri HERCANT! NATIONAL E. OF MIAMI m:Lincoln oi V< Invites you 1c commcrciol and sp checking facilities Free Customer Poland bank by mc added services. Open on Account T Meai Fadassjl Ocpf I CANDLUIGHTING Tim Iyor 9 — 6:29 p.m. Stockdale Pledges Program's Support North Shore Center HASH MIYM ADRAMOWIT! >l EDV.ABU Kl Fri. evenn s i. y m Sermon To| M .'p'lv Andkm "<"f'>"' : -unt7ior2o"v.'-.r-."lJr • • = -' sted i.y the Universlti Weekly I Bar Mttsvak Charlas, on of Mr Miriam SiKe'r Hebrew Academy 918 • 6th .— % % 



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n J AL Seventy elght-yeareld Mr*. Either Sw.rtborg makes her home with daughter Mrs, Jaanetta Ftinberg at 810 Pennsylvania ave. One of her favorite topics of conversation is architect son Robert Swart burg, who has designed some of the Gold Coast's beautiful hotels. But Esthar can be talked about in her own right. ^precisely what happened when her niece, Calia Siegal. from New York. is telling friends about Esther's fashion design abilitja— kich is demonstrated in her aunt's fabulous collection of H (, nc ier Esthtr's figurines are dressed in rich silks and i jeweled by hand with inserts of medallions or lace. also amazed that each doll is differentwith special l for special occasions. >>>t > > < < < Land Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon, of 1620 Daytonia rd., have I from a five-day trip to New York and Washington. jui r who's chairman of the board of Washington Federal Cd Loan, made the trip north to see about the possibility ing pending application of another branch of his organMiami Beach. J now is that on May \2 the Courshon*, with daughters [ 12, and Daanne, 7, will leave for Gotham Town to board en of Bermuda for a three-day convention of delegates ^families of the National Savings and Loan League. Con| f ill be held ahoard the Queen during the trip to Bermuda. J David Shedroff was busy last week entertaining a former [State University roommate at her 720 85th st. home. i was Mrs. Harry Ryder, just returned from Frankfurt, J, where her lieutenant husband was stationed. She's the %  Marylu Mutter, of Boynton Beach. [and Mrt. Albert E. Rosenthal left their 1530 SW First ave. kit week to sail from New York Friday aboard the SS for an extended cruise through the entire Mediterwith stopovers at ports in Spain, France, Italy and their return to New York the early part of June, the ill will travel to Philadelphia, where they plan to attend tuition of son Eugene from the University of Pennsylvania pf dentistry. [and Mrt. Rotenthal will be back in Miami about June 15. >>>cc Ml Hirseh Pick spent last summer in Europe. This year, :ts to concentrate her attention on Russia. haft been commissioned by a national magazine to write a (on her impressions of Moscow and Leningrad. She leaves lend of July and sails for the continent in August. > will be Muriel's 14th trip abroad since the war and her | Russia in 20 years. >>>>>ce rous Maria Marcy, long-time associate of Miami Beach's JJtnnie Grossinger, was feted at a houseparty Monday eve|thf North Miami Beach home of Mrs. Jack R. Lazar. in the week, Maria gave an exciting personality-charm i National Assn. of Bank Women, who met for dinner at i Seas. >>>>€€ t 12-year-old student at Nautilus junior High, Linette tived first prize in a speaking contest last week, deliveries on Survival of the Fittest." (Hmmm). hthe daughter of the I. S. Alberts, 1752 Bay rd., and proud I these days. [honor student since beginning school, Linette was previwinner of an essay contest on "Democracy" and the I of a prize-trip to Washington, D.C. > < ting things have been secretly going on at the Paul Bronv [ Meridian ave home for some time. ds are now talking about the fact that Pat has come up Harbor Islands, is expected back for a new visit m spring. <;otham Town's Mrs. Herry Gorton has been £t of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. [ Bay dr A board the SS lie de France sailing for '*eek was Mr. Louis Krensky. Inez is past president MI Women's Auxiliary and Temple Beth Sholom Sister%  Also Europe bound is Mrs. Milton Weiss, who was feted T a n-£i %  ."• **"* Michael, arrived last week at Me•W m Hollywood, Fla Ni £ I' "* **"• Alb#rt Apteleff. 921 NE 172nd st.. K^T* 8 !" Shes %  University of Miami grad. AB degree. %  %  win recall her as the former Enid Davis, rf.'U/, ovnan s "WorU JfcJeua&JloridfauR Miami. Florida, Friday, April 20, 1956 Section B Mrs. Levine Named Auxiliary President Mrs. Max Levine was installed as president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, North Shore Post 677, Jewish War Veterans, at a meeting Sunday by Mrs. Sidney Horn, regional vice president, and Mrs. Reurwn Levine, state department president. Other officers installed were the Mesdames Philip Miller, senior vice president; Eugene Schwartz, junior vice president; Paul Drucker, recording secretary; Leonard Miller, corresponding secretary. The Mesdames Sidney Kahn, treasurer; Louis Herman, chaplain: Jack Pritt, conductress; Joseph Goodman, historian; Milton Ehrenreich, patriotic instructress. The Mesdames Jack Hauser, guard; and Isidor Karp, Frank Phillips. Abe Tunick and Harold Mann, trustees. "Big Three" of musical revue which will be feature attraction at dinner dance of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom Saturday evening in Temple banquet hall are Sylvia Kelinson, musical director, at the piano, and looking over her shoulder, Trixie Levin, producer and director, and Vicki Ellen Friedman, choreographer. Cast consists largely of members ol Mr. and Mrs. Club. Mrs. Barry Cameron, vice president, is chairman. Ticket chairman is Mrs. I. A. Durbin. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is Sisterhood president. Temple Israel in Sunday Affair Sisterhood of Temple Israel will sponsor a dinner and evening of cards Sunday in the new auditorium of the Temple. Mrs. Naoma Levinson and Mr-. Belle Wolfson are in charge of the affair, and Mrs. Lee Meyer will be in charge of the hostesses. Mrs. talk is Hostess Home of Mrs. Walter Falk. 1000 SW 18th ave.-. will be the site of an Emunah chapter, Order of Eastern Star, barbecue Saturday evening, Apr. 21. Assembled for rehearsal of "In the Good Ole Summertime" are (top row) Tom Gerard, Dodo Falick, Harry Smith, Joe Friedman, Sylvia Kelinson. Trixie Levin, Vicki Friedman, Larry Kimmel, Neil Schift Doris Olesky, Reuben Levin. Bottom row are Phyllis NATIONAL UJA WEALS AU-TMl RECORD Miller, Bea Mersel, Marilyn Barrie, Ethel Brenner, Babs Parker, Nancy Geller, ReLores Wickman, Phyllis Lifter, Judy Gerard, Honey Shapiro, Barbara Schiff. Not present is Marilyn Smith. Women in Miami Drive Receive Recognition for Good Job National recognition came to the Women's Division of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal this week when United Jewish Appeal national headquarters announced that "Luncheon Unlimited" had set an all-time national record in attendance and contributions. According to Mrs. David Phillips, chairman of the division cleanup drive, statistics indicate that more individual contributors participated in the Mar. 29 •Luncheon Unlimited" event than in any other campaign project. .... Over 1.200 persons participated in the program at the Miami Beach auditorium, and nearly 400 active workers took part in the fund raising which followed. • • u_ About 13 percent of the total funds raised in the last two campaigns have been collected through the efforts of the Women's Division headed by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Prominent community leaders who occupy high posts with important organizations are lending their efforts in the cleanup campaign, Mrs. Phillips disclosed. Foremost among these are Mrs. Sol Silverman, area recruiting chairman, Mrs. Jack A. Ablin. Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Leo C'haikin, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Alyce Mayne. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Henry Seitliii. Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs. Bernard R. 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20, 1956 .April SII | General Astar Due at Israel Bond Dinner of State on the Beech .-4inud from P9 A .mpaign of the Greater Miami k U'ommittef for State ol I JrtlheShelbo, fibjicH ww consult,. I Rtbeoam' -' """""'• "By our eomplel Id to H •""" hrael Bond drive this y W ^ lilnfetn hope to convince Mr Aatar and miirn years public relations(israei ,„ move the con ulate to the of 'the Jc"'sh V ,,,,,A "' Creator Mhmi are..." Lg \ : vice in the I sher announced lalea at th<> E police Force from the Sunday brunch and purchase! fothc Arab disturbances in, made ^ ri(ir ,„ tno ramp;ii ,, n kipk „ %  -„_ r % % %  I'UI^H RICHborn m Kassei, <.croff nave Mnt fne VJX (()(a| U fU j, imni m I\H. on nave sent the [in 1911 ami settled in Palestne $150,000 mar k. 11933 I Panel discussion on "Israel's mcement ol Ihe Dinner of Destiny" was held by Sevmour B K made by attorney Marvin Liebman, member of the* national ler at a bondholders meetboard of governors of Israel Bonds fr, which open ed the 1956 Dr A. J. Ishlon. president of the Labor Zionist Assembly of South Florida; and Mrs. Harry Gersten, first chairman of the women's division of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami. Dr. Ishlon. who also serves as Israel Bonds chairman for Labor Zionists, said a community-wide rally will be held May 13 in behalf of the bond drive. Details will be announced next week. "Jenisli Fhriciinn Page 5 A \ >rson Back ... Tallahassee nit Judge Robert H. Anderi week resumed his active Mn campaigning througta. county, following his serviassociate justice of the Florme Court in Tallahassee [week. „ daytime meeting set for ; Anderson here was a Thursfluncheon meeting at the 1 hotel attended by area sup-. that Judge Anderson is from Tallahassee," said Murtans. Jr.. campaign manager, (rill do hibest to meet as 1 people as possible each day he has finished his circuit I ()utie<" ford School in imer Program rd school. 1204-54 West ave.. 1 Btirh. announced WcdnesAit it will again conduct a lete summer camp program. Oxford's hayfront facilities > utilized for summer campschool's new Olympic size. ting pool, athletic fields, inI outdoor playground areas I of Mi four and a half acre Bt space will be used for the iful activities of its campers. the many activities in tampers participated last and in which they will cipate again this year are rsports, fishing from Oxford's faafety-docks, cruising on BistBay in Oxford's 32-foot Chris ship, basketball, baseball, ball, archery, arts and k miniature golf. TV lounge, j movie films and many other children's activities. I accepts both day and H campers. Its dormitories conditioned. All campers [receive free tutoring in all subjects under the super1 of Dr. Abraham M. Cassel, iocat.on, accessibility to schook J -hes shoppy y cemer : h 2 £** beaches were responsible for a successful sales story on the open.ng day of P arkv J y + Homes. Robert and Leonard GW r WCre arch ^s for the developmenu • • • os low os *Vu monfh/y *W poymei* as little as $3,990 -^ Total !>,,•,.. ftom $ I9990 Model Luxurious innovations were introduced to an enthusiastic Public i„ Parkview JsJand Homes. Central air condituning and heat, par(y wall" construction, G-E dishwasher and dryer and other expensive "extras" found a receptive audience. The model home was decorated by Modernage. Chrysler Airtemp installations by Miami Air Conditoning Co. Island PARKVIEW ISLAND HOMES Tum W.V of 73rd Sto* orjd D,ck.ns 7260 frrv AmSZ %  View Islond, M-mi Beach Phone UN 6-631 PL 7-1645 %  i



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Page 16 B tdUfiflnrkltor Pride GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES mm THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTAV—Albert Bessis, the only Jewish member of the new all-Tunisian Cabinet, presided at the inaugural meeting of the Tunisian National Legislature here last week. M. Bessis, Minister of Urban Development and former president of the Keren Hayesod in Tunis, was selected for the honor because he is the oldest member of the Cabinet He was assisted bv Ahmed Ben Salah. secretary general of the Tunisian trade union movement and the youngest deputy in the Assembly. TUNIS (JTA>— Delegates to the World Zionist Congress have been named here without elections. The delegates and their party affiliations are: Moche Kalchem and Moche Madar. Progressive General Zionists with Raphael Scialom and Eliaou Sitbon as alternates; Meyer Bellitv and Ram Journo. Mapai. with Dr. Bartfeld and Maunca GUM ^ alternates; and Dr Henri Brami and M. Dovdivani. Mizrachi. with ^ouzefa Cohen and Moche Farjon as •Itematea NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS LONDON (.JTAi—A number of defendants in the famous Sl;m-ky trial which triKKcrcd anti-Jewish arrests and purges in various Communist countries four years ago have been released with little fanfare. it was reported here from Prague. Among the charges against Rudolf Slansky. one time head of the Czechoslovak Communist party was that he had cooperated with Zionists in an alleged imperialist plot against Czechoslovakia. Mr. Slansky. a Jew. and ten other defendants wuc hanged in 1952. ROME (JTA)—United Nations Secretary Dag Hammarskjold had private audience with Pope Pius XII here during which the Pope reiterated the Vatican's interest in Jerusalem and the Holy Places and its view that they should be internationalized. The Pope also expressed a deep concern lor peace. Mr. Hammarskjold. who was in Rome on his Security Council mission to seek pacification of the Arab-Israel borders, expressed his hope of achieving an agreement in the Middle East. BONN (JTA>—The Bundestag Indemnification Committee has concluded its deliberations on the long-delayed draft amendment to the Federal Indemnification Law for individual victims of Nazism, and is expected to submit its report to the Bundestag in the course of this month. The amendment must then be passed by the Bundestag in a second and third reading, and by the Federal Council—the Upper House —in a final reading In the first reading, the Bundestag and the Federal Council differed widely F.ven if -uch divergences can be avoided this time, it is not likely to be enacted before May. LONDON (JTAi—The Arab League has intervened with the Egyptian Swimming Federation and has caused it to cancel an invitation to Esther Williams, Hollywood star and top American woman swimmer, to Msit Egypt, it was reported here in dispatches from Cairo. The reason lor the Arab League's intervention was Miss Williams' fund raising activities in behalf of Israel and a book she wrote of her impressions of a trip to Israel. Mi-Williams had been scheduled to present her water ballet show in Cairo. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)—The Zionist movement in Brazil will be represented at the World Zionist Congress, which takes place this month in Jerusalem, by eight delegates. They include three labor Zionists, two General Zionists, two Mapam members and one member of the Mizrachi Labor Organization The Zionist Revisionists announced that they will lodge a complaint with the Congress court against the decision of the central election board refusing them representation in the Cons delegation CHICAGO (JTA) An appeal to American Jewry to give maximum aid to Israel through the Cnited Jewish Appeal was voiced here by Barrett Janner. veteran Jewish member of the British Parliament, addressing a regional UJA conference attended by more than 400 delegates. Mr Janner, who is also president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews revealed (hat Israel must spend S20.0O0.OO0 for air raid shelters because of the fear of a sudden Arab air attack. "We. in England, know vhat it meant to construct air raid shelters,'' he stated. WASHINGTON (WHS) — Typical Fascist methods, anti Semitism, racism and anti-parliamentarianism. were employed by the leaders oi the Poujadist movement in the recent French political campaign. French Premier Guy Mollet declared in an interview in the current i-sue oi IS Newi and World Report. The people who voted for Pierre Poujade. the Premier asserts, were not Fascists but dupes of Fudsl method*. PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—David Berber, chairman of the Tax Review Board, has ben appointed City Solicitor by Mayor Richardson Dilworth. Berger succeeds Abraham L Freedman. who resigned from the cit\'s top legal post last week. HARRISBURG, Pa. (JTAI — Governor George M. Leader has re appointed Miss C. Marion Kobn and Mrs. Florence D. Weinstein to posts on the Philadelphia County Board of Assistance. LATEST WIRES fftOJM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—Saudi Arabia is receiving American weapons, carriers and other vehicles through Japan, and weapons carriers destined for Saudi Arabia have already been shipped from Yokohoma. according to reports received in Hong Kong and quoted by the Jerusalem Post. According to this information, Syria is now negotiating with the Japanese for aircraft parts and ammunition valued at $10,000,000. The Tokyo daily Yomuiri Shimbun first revealed the Syrian negotiations. HAIFA (JTA) — The entire engineering student body of Israel Institute of Technology, numbering some 1.700. has begun five days of volunteer fortification work at Israel's border settlements. The students were joined by the Institute's teachers and employees whose organizations issued calls for their members to follow suit. Welcoming the students initiative. General Yaacov Dori. president, declared that the Institute would be closed for the period concerned. All students re ceived medical examinations to insure their fitness for the strenuous work involved. Soviet Union and a number from Poland, Rumania and Chechoslovakia are attending an international scientific conference being held in Israel. They are among the representatives of 20 countries at the world conference of the Commission on Macromolecules of the. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry which opened bSfre at the Weiz mann Institute of Science at Rehovoth fa* HAT *•*! "MM.!*" TEL AVIV (JTA) — For the first time three scientists from the HMOON DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMW Blowout-Proof Steel We have it! New Safety Age O. S. toyol M.s*er| |ht only tire with a flexible steel Sof.ty Crown ^gffft^00f^ that makes tread BLOWOUT-PROOF I AMAZIHG TESTS PROVE IT! KINO SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OLD TIM 10c GETS YOU ROILING Xd'£'.EASY CREDIT 2f*S.S ._ to a finan


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ifM f m %  $*m*&* n %  i Dauskart (right), of Robertson Memorial Evangelical irmed Church Sunday school, daughter of Mr. and old Dauskart. receives cornflower from Ellen Bolker, [David Synagogue religious school. Ellen is daughter Jund Mrs. A. Bolker. Exchange marked friendship rx [youth of Israel and Greater Miami on occasion of | eighth anniversary of independence. Sisterhood In Busy Schedule of Zamnra Jewish I holding it* spring smor[at the Center Sunday eds will help to mainMonog/'ng IW Hotel Here final, climaxing a career |ktn him start as a bell11937 and -.lowly ascend 'In the hotel field, has I the new managing diI-the Biltmore Terrace hoNate of the Pennsylvania |Mkge and an officer as i prisoner of war during II. Thai hahad wide m hotel management. lsueh positions as desk fring manager, purchasPersonnel director and fftana^er. *ds Michael J. Kelley. tarn scholarships in the religious school. Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Harry Marks. Mrs. Nat Davidow and Mrs. David Kine. Mrs. Bernard Miller is program chairman. Cantor Edward Klein, of North Shore Jewish Center, will present an original "balladrama." Sisterhood annual donor luncheon will be held May 2 at the Hotel Seville. Mrs. William Lauretz and Mrv Nathan Goldy are co-chairmen. Luncheon is being planned in the Fiesta room of the hotel. *u> v w yt rm. *jjonspm *S& tvov iin Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PhentJE 1 3595 SERVING ^GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED tgenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE IE 1-5537 l0U5 NUMUt ft %  IAT PIOtUCTI KOIM lt *" [AtlTY n $ %  *M2 "d by HI-GIADE FOOO CO. "How About Heinz Beans Today?" Jv3 They're strictly Vegetarian! They're strictly "p'areve"! They're strictly in the "mechaya" class! Mm ... they're packed in a tomato sauce that's delightful ... a sauce, made with Heinz "Aristocrat" tomatoes. Yes, how about Heinz Kosher Beans today? Select either label They're both the same beans. HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS STRICTLY KOSHER Th Ko*#r al of THt UNION Of OtIMOOOXt JEWISH CONGMGATIONS Of AMfJWCA h on *• frorf i\ %  1



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h Page 2B *t rr .utnr*kUar aMbout Uour special MUFFINS AND CARROT SPECIAL SHUR j jjjj Summer Salads, with Dairy Items Accented, Will be WeSccmed at Table % avoritcs By LEAH LEONARD With summer months ju>t irotlitd 1he corner, summer menus and meals arc beginning to taka shape :n the kitchen plans of the house wlfe. When the temperature climh> high in that red mercury tube, there is nothing like light eatingsalads and fillings—for the family. Try some of these item-: Dairy Filling 1 cup cottage cheese i i cup grated cheddar type cheese (your favorite kind) tt cup grated raw carrot (packed tightly for measuring) '-_• cup minced green celery leaves and or parsley 3 thiu strips green pepper per salad Mavonnaise dressing for lop%  ping—1 or 2 tablespoons Met) -.Tving Lettuce leav<~ at -hredded salad mix..I gMHU Combine in the order listed, the first 4 ingredient(lull about 1 i hour. Form into balls the size of walnuts and serve 3 per individual Mbd, topping each with a pepper strip. Top with mayonnaise or I sour cream or combination of both. 1 Arrange on individual salad plates tool for the Milkboy on tho boa and wrapper MILKBOY is made in Switzerland — that genuine imported Swiss Groyere jujt right for the YIDDISHEN GESHMAK bedded With greens, or on a large plate [, II ervice at table. • Quick Cornmoal Muffins 2 tupyellow cornmeal l upa sifted all purpose flour 3 teaspoon* baking pow.i.r 1 tablespoon salt 1 I 'i cup sugar (optional) 2 cueliquid nnilk or water) 3 4 cup melted vegetable shortening or heated salad oil Snt together cornmeal, flour, baking powder and salt into a mixum bowl Beat eggs with sugar, if used, till light lemon colored. Add liquid used and stir into the dry mixture Stir in heated shortening or oil and fill well greased or paper-lined (use fluted paper cups) 2" muffin pans about 2 :i full and bekfl 20 minutes at 425 or till lightly browned on top. Serve hot with butter, margarine or plain. Yields about 18 muffins. for at your dairy meals ond supper spreads —the perfect ireol 'ice box goniffs". Horo it ii-M.ltboy! Not just Gruyere, but the vory f.neit thero ii, froth mod* in Switzerland ond imported by Borden to pltoto tho Viddiihon to'om. Keep Milkboy Brand handy — to delicious, nourishing and oosy So tere with soups, soladi, in sandwiches, and for between meal tnockt. And, of course, o terrific treat for icebox gonifft. Cot Milkboy at your (rotor t todayl Oisfribofed by the 10RDEN CHEESE COMPANY DIET WITH EASt Coloric-fre* Sugar mo It sweeter than sugar, no unpleasant aftertaste. Keep it on >our table—use it for cooling—carry a purse sue when >ou go out. RtCOMMCNOEO BY DOCTORS r/ie perfect Sugar flavor I Suga rln e AT FOOO I DKUG STOMS £VEYWHEl — Miami communal leader Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, 19S6 Chen chairman of the Greater Miami Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds, is shown leaving New York's Idlewild Airport for Israel last week to take part in an intensive study tour of Israel's economy. FREE! NEW EDITION OF 24-YEAR HEBREWENGLISH CALENDAR Yahrzeit datea at a glance! A valu&Me booklet for every Jewish Home I MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products hove Rabbinical Supervision / ARE YOU F A R B L U N J E T ? All Hebrew end English dates from 1934 to 1958. All Jewish holidays up to 1H7. A new edlfon *• no W tho sreoe el the?4-Yr>r H*e.-~r.r.clla Calendar that aa % %  %  ae> veJ u ekilo to Swadrvde •f thoutande at JWMOI tmml U r Tfcio new edition. Itke all lh aanara. to free to oar rdr. PW e-r eae>S*. Snot write %  WMOT e* g oat oars' ta.— ( M. J. MlIWZ CO, Owe*. Jl rVVfevOJC^B H1. v •• j FREE Sena" tea-ay far year free cosy af Ika waodaHsjl sew Jewishlnslish £•**••* • aa.iliar Jewish Hr 4 ^ ffi ******* -••". *• Chain,*" ae> oof* 4. Soa 222 Jewish %  saw*, exaressieas, definitions, •m, ttt. Faa, lauahs, edvcetieael Ur the whale family. % '•* rear free fpy, write fa: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. &f OS LEXINGTON AVENUE w NEWjrO*KJ7. NEW YORK Raw Carrot Salad Special (individuals) 5 segments of grapefruit per individual salad *3 cup grated raw carrot 1 teaspoon minced .green pepper or parsley 1 teaspoon coarsely chopped kind) "I WANT NY MUK a Shredded lett uc ( Arrj "ge the „.*' *"*. Pinwheci 0 KWem on Plates. • COT TK11I mib§infWt FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGtMUO Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Oexro Prefectee) TIL FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery *. wtth-fl 1 Guoraattog I leak! Joes* I (hkk i WithM§1i*k\ Krtphtk I Y THE' |gt


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nl 20. 1956 \ar JMitzvctlt BargteU \amnuviNi if.Tov/^ers )uer Student in of Mr and Mrs. Saul bocnmc Bar Mit/*ah rwrnin-; services of til n. Apr. 21. Lov K will OfI seventh grade stujenandoah J inior High Jitter ling Beth David M for the past eight | er of the Talk ub. will include Mr, and Mrs. JacoD Into, am! Mr and Mrs. MIO. Fla. Ardmoi %  JAY Ni AHOY SKY Reception to Fete Joy Mokovsky Jay Stuart Makovaki win he meBr Mitzvah durSg Surd :; n V""-Apr. 21. of K MM Congregation. Rabbi H took Rottman will 0 ffidat Ja> is the .on of Dr. an.] Mr, Qjn H. Makevsk* 3414 Prairio** Dr Makoveky .s Beth Israel president. The Bar Mitivah will chant the entire Sabbath morning service and read tl,, Weekly Portion of the Law. A recrpt,„n honoring the eighth Krndc Hebrew Academy student *• bt held a! h,home Sunday. Ohtof-town guests attending the •""" wUl be Jay's maternal Mr. and Mrs. i.„„„ Gershbock. Si. Louj,, Mo ,,,,, hJj %  >"•'. a freshman at BrandeiaHfaiveraity, who will flj down from Waltham, Hi Page 13 B i MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES ktW. 3rd st. Phone MO 1-8201 >A *crv David i allegation, %  Yaak \ Ko>enberg %  e | i awenth grade stu* Grove Junior High '• member of the habeen enrolled at [reliRious school for the paths. p. he attended Temple Pntington, Long Island. tears. Wests will include "W. Mr-,. Mary Jacklungton. Bruce Romer Will Be Bar Mitzvah The synagogue which his father helped organize and where his parents were married will be" the site of Bruce Romer's Bar Mitzvah. Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer, 9224 Emerson ave., Surfside, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Apr. 21, in Beth Jacob Synagogue. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will officiate. A reception will be held Sunday at the Hibiscus Masonic lodge. Bruce was graduated from religious school and is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. // O > p. 1 J4flMjj TfS M Ai -ilm.iuRosalind, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah at Temple EmanuEl on Saturday, Apr. 21. Rabbi Lehrman will officiate. Rosalind is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Insurance Man Invited To Honor Production Parley Nat Gans was invited to attend the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company honor club conference at the Belleview Biltmore hotel, Bellaire, Fla., last week. Gans was transferred to Miami from Boston in 1939 and has been invited by the officers of Metropolitan to attend the Honor Production club in the Southeastern territory, for which he has qualified consecutively for the past 16 years. Miami's Leading Serving the Jew/so MIAMrS ONE AHD ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Memorial Deplers" Community Since 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES CATERING EXCLUSIVELY TO JHE JEWISH a/ENTEU IN MIAMI I -~ GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOTSTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I Aff Monumtnts Custom Made In Our Own Shops Within 3 Oays I ~l I I i i WM 3277 • 79 • II SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next fo Corntr ml 33r4 Avenuo ^ IWMU^'-* i. < t 1 W ataMBB^JAMaajjjjjjaiVBBMB^— ^fBiSB 0. 11 Courteous f Ettieient S PLACES TO 8AVE• 1C11 Wathington Avo. • 7lit ane Harding Avo. • **5 Weehinoton Avo. • 2*0 tunny lalea Blvd. ^• Vour moil bo*-we pay pottage \ 3% current per annum dividend rate on inoured eavmgt MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL .AV.NOO ANO LOAN A.OOC.AT.ON % r r % % % r r > r r r r >> r r % > i > r % > r r r r % % % % % r Dignified Service NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone IE 17677 BBIfl



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Page 12 B +JmisltFk#idli*n Members of the String Sinfonietta of the Coral Gables Jewish Center (left to right) are Rose Schneebalg. Dr. George Baum. Dr. I. A. Porias. Robert Strassburg, Herman Cohen, Joseph Rynning and Louis Essner. Second row are Ruth Green. Kathryn Lubow, Dr. Charles Rosenfel. Dr. Harold Klite. Mary Golden and Hilta Seitlin. Rear are Rudolph Nettle, Henry Berninger. Ruesel Broughman. Cora Friedman and George Lubow. Not shown are Arthur Peterson. A. E. Sampson. Abraham Steinberg and Peter Bergman. String Sinfonietta Grows from 4 to 22 Enthusiastic Players Rabbi April kidresus Students of Beaumont Hall Rabbi Simon April. Miami Ho brrw School and Congregation spiritual leader, addressed students at the University of Miami in Beaumont hall this week on "Orthodox Jewry." The address waa part of a religious exchange series entitled "This We Believe." Also appearing on the program were Dr. George Beecham. Washington, D.C.. representing Ethical Culture, and Rev Roy Johnson, of the University Christian Church. iii*-** ATTENTION OWNERS of gift ahopa. are,, ,hopi •undrioa. ate Beautiful unuaual 120 earring atand of lucita plua SO pair, handmade earring, retailing at li Total value MS. Solo price onlv 30 MEN and smi $ w ; delivered Ph. S4 The String Sinfonietta of the Coral Gables Jewish ("enter has grown from a small group of four players to a membership of 22 enthusiastic IHIIICI;UIin a period of six months And !.it Sunday evening, the string group gave a concert at the Center. But thi> kind of progress didn't "just happen." according to Robert Strassburg, director of the Sinfonietta and of mu-iral programs at the Coral Gables Jewish (.'enter. Men and women from a!l walks of life—in all trades and professions practice every Sunday evening from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. with wonderful enthu-ia-m and devotion "The result ithat they are not only a source of satis faction to themselves but are al"Wiedmung" by Schumann and, "Connais Tu le Pays" from, "MifDOn." by Thomas. A highlight of the evening t*ai ] Cantor Irving RobinaoB*! rendition of The Rahhi of Bachrach" by Strassburg. who composed the j work in commemoration of the' 100th anniversary of poet Hein-1 rich Heine Cantor Robinson also performed the prologue to "Pagj liacci" and "Mada^ima" from Don Giovanni" by T.ozart. Weather Map Display Due at Washington federal All you need to know about the weather here or any place in the I'.S and lower Canada will toon be displayed in map and chart form at a huge "weather center" to be constructed in a 12x9 foot Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITUE s OhtmctCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE s-o contributing to the cultural elevation Of the (enter and the >how window at V\ash.ngton Fedcommunity to Strassburg. Sunday evening's concert at the Center sponsored by the Brotherhood, was the second %  P |us charts S ,v,n local according ^Savings and Loan Assn.. Miami The display will include a large map 'hawing weather in major was fince its organization Miss Son >a Riva Klein, flute soloist, was heard in the Bach "Suite in B minor." followed by a "Gavotte" weather data, tides, barometer readings and temperatures. A hurricane plotting device also is included in the display, plus by Gluck arid a Minuette and charts showing rainfall averages Trio from the ••Septet" by j a "d current amounts. Beethoven Goldie Sussman. tirst soprano of the Center choir, presented In Harmony 1 Snne* a letting f and inspiration. A K I Ofial } a tr e %  and i I I • • e A m --. > v: i -I • mal-f Bay ind MI are -..'.•?j AlfAIORIALS OF ENDURING BEAUT* H. Abroms, Genercl Vonager DADE MONUMENTS INC. 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 Title Sa wn Policies of IMW City TiHo hrMrewce Co, Capital, Smrplmi t 'elervei ficeW tt.000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 AH I E fi f JUDGE GENE Williams COURT OF CRIMES! "Qualified by Experience' Pull Lever 34 B MAY t unra BE-EIMCT W. M. 'Newt' HUDSON CONSTABLE District No. 1 Wo Substitute tor 12 Yearn" Experience" PULL LEVtR 42-6 MAY 8th (Pel. P..I Adv.) 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tj* Students Try Their French Language department of the 1 Lear High School recently i the Champs Elysee restaurant as part of their training. Under the guidance of Mrs. B. Cook and Mrs Ida Lear, over twenty-five students ordered their dinners in French Membership Luncheon Due Membership luncheon and card party will be given by the Louis D. Brandeis Women's club at the Lucerne hotel Wednesday noon. Apr. 25. Mrs. Sarah Rothberg is chairman. pjlie Friend, of the Coup of Young Ju1 been elected preaitL Inler-Cay Young nior Council. Junior ujjembers are Ronnie pern Berent, Joel Holvid Dvoikin, Arna pnet Lipshitz. Sharon ys Gerber. Dana Alita Stepkin, Eugsnia LAvroham Faber. ShirI Yvonne Tobias and nheim. Chapter fleets Officers Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith elected officers Wednesday evening at the Colony restaurant. on Agenda igress Meet ndeis chapter. AmeriCoBgKss, will meet on at the Algiers hotel. Friedland, president, Bp the pa-t season*! ac[Delegate^ n c :."y renn annual A.K'onsress in New York City will tft| an diaries Mir Fried rid, Mrs. 149 Mrs William Holrill, of the University [DIUIC school, will offer of vocal selections. Thrift Shop Major Feature on Agenda Of Women's Group Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will meet Tuesday noon in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Meeting will be dedicated to Mrs. Sarah S Szech, for whom the Thrift Shop has been named Mrs. Sarah Holland, Thrift Shop chairman, has asked each member and friend to bring wearable clothing, or any other item that is salable, to the meeting. The Home's truck will then pick up all items directly from the Algiers hotel. The Thrift Shop is located at Douglas Gardens and is open daily from Sunday through Friday, 9 am. to 5 p.m. Mrs. Samuel Rost will give her report on donor luncheon held Apr. 12 at the Eden Roc hotel, honoring Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman Mrs. Sol Silverman is president of the Women's Auxiliary. Yarborough at Tax Council Meet" In Florida Capital W"S Wl "tend a meeting I n'T^ 3 ( iZenS Tax CoS cil in Tallahassee this week He was selected to represent all trie commissions in th „ s a(fi Florida by Gov. LeR oy Collins. Yarborough will g„ 0V e r the lax f n,m of ,hp "trti with other members of the council that represent the school board, tax assessor, citiMM and other groups. We shall ferret out the iniquiea of the tax program on a state county and municipal level." said Yarborough. who is president of the Florida Advisory Council and vice chairman of the Dade county board of commissioners. Yarborough is taking time out from his campaign for reelection to the county commission to attend the meeting. "My program is a concise one," he said. 'I never use my position for personal gain, and I concentrate on bringing about the best in government for the county." During the past two terms, since Yarborough was elected county commissioner, he has made more than 10.000 decisions for the citizens of the county, according to his supporters. 'I wish that I could personally Pag e 7B Hebekah Lodge at Convention Rebekah Assembly of Florida is holding its convention in conjunction with the Odd Fellows this week in Tampa. Representing Sunshine lodge 9 is Mrs. Beatrice Cole. Miss Myron Gilbert of Sunshine lodge will be installed deputy president of District 24. know everyone," said the former football coach at Miami High School and veteran of the Air Force, "but the county is so large, and the problems have been so complex that there is just not enought time." TENSE NERVOUS call for STRONGER Yet SAFER AliACiN Won't Upsat Th Stomach Anacin* not only give* itrongtr, faittr relief from pain of headache) but ia alto io/r. Won't upset the atomach and haa no bad effects. Yo aee, Anacin is like a doctor's pre, scription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research haa proved -• tin git drug can give auch strong yet s-jch safe relief aa Anacia TaMeU. : ^ -wwww>. ** %  E L m € T Ernest E. SISTRUNK YOUR CONSTABLE District 2 13 Years Law Enforcement F.B.I. Notional Academy Graduate \b!<> ... Honest (IM. I'M Ad\ i t E L E r T I. Ray Mills Constable II District No. 3 RESIDENT OF DISTRICT FOR 30 YEARS SOUTH OF S.W. 8Hi STREET TO HOWARD DRIVE An Experienced Man for a Alan's Job mttmn. C0UNTY H0 MST1ICT THREE FOR 30 YEARS, *• %  i UY IN PUBl,c SERVICE AND IAW ENFORCEMENT. • SrH?W l T H "* chw •' p#lic 8oi|D ? ade CouB, Y Sheriff'! Deportment. St! B! ney '"""tatr. M |!II, ver 9 DepormMat laveitifater. Wer n 4 Mn i v PrM *r' Office. [ Dodc Canary Criatiaal I.-to. of lave.tigotion. ft r RAY OI 3tAY Hh 2 H l.ncr 12 II There is So Substitute tor George Ok el I'M TEN YEAR'S EXPERIENCE AS YOI H LEGISLATOR RETURN GEORGE S. OKELL TO THE STATE LEGISLATURE AS YOUR STATE SENATOR PKII Lover 13 A MM Pol. Adv ) %  ""' '* Progress with i Jess Re-elect JESS TO THE PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY "I hove earnestly fried" to bring to my county the best in government, f bope thai my work has met with your approval and* thof you will re-elect me County Commissioner." YARBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSIONER MM I'M A.l\ ) S&JSffi.VS! Retain JUDGE HUGH DUVAL AS YOUR JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT 1 PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 8th "Your Vote Appreciated" MM. Pol. AdV ) Pull Lever 25-B KEEP DADE GROWING Hugh" 4 P at' PETERS YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Accomplishments .. \ot Promises The accomplishments of County Commissioner Peters are interwoven in Dade County's tremendous growth. His vision and his experience will be vital to Dade's continued progress. "THERE IS SO SI H STITMTE I Oil EXPERMESCE Stand Pat with "PAT" PETERS MM. IV! Adv.) •i



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Page 4 A -iewMFkr&laCL nlaviJ gra *< legged in a chair, was a hole in the sole of his 1„ P l as ** <*i Republican-controlled news medium has ,|j DDed n iinc "> til of making Gov. Stevenson seem quite "the ,h .. n e "W-, The tribute to him is that his opposition has ZTS ^ available means of attack. They continue principal^?? hl *J his caricatures rather than his photographs-while„ih smile sweetly from behind bravely swung golf clubs The press conference at Miami Springs Vlllai ... To begin with. Gov. Stevenson read a statement n whir-hk"" that President Eisenhower approve the farm bill The hiti k to be a repudiation of the Eisenhower-Benson agricukMaa l l a refutation of the Republican "peace-pr..s P ,.ri, v Drn i?! "Our prosperity." he charged "is marked by one of th* balances of our time-the current plight of Americas farmej INCONSEQUENTIALS ARE ORDER OF THE DAY Questions from the floor followed No reporter at th asked a single questionpertaining to American foreign noli* abundant proof of the threat of war on several fronts effeS' gers the Eisenhower "peace'* soporiphic. The day before t\ Beach. Gov. Stevenson had delivered a scathing attack' Rejuiblica* -Administration, declaring that the Administrate bringing this nation to the brink of war with its ineptitude ml East, and labeling; Mr. Eisenhower a "do-nothing President" this ttuhlnar, televilittr Jaid newsmen here less than twenfy.fonS later were far more ra'urrested in relative inconsequential*. The President isi hopeful was scheduled to leave tor i „, function in Hialeahr immediately following the conference 111 there, he was to dtneto Coral Gables, before appearing it i Key luncheon. 1 "Why are you visiting only the HialeahMiami Springs mil Gables areasf one newsman wanted to know. "Don't you believe] areas here are also Important?" Somewhat cmharTar*sa>d, Gov. Stevenson thought for a .... then burst into laughter. "Where are my Miami advisors'^jjTJ meaning that he had not been briefed properly on what lte*i|( from the point of view of "local flavor." Another reporter wondered about "the new Steven shaking, bafty-kissing Jjtevenson." This, clearly, was a dig at I ernor's recent efforts to adopt the campaign method of hopeful Estes Kefauvarand to disprove the charge against hia' is a "high brow" witbenf public favor. fn afl fairness, I mttst indicate that Gov Stevenson was tlsaj tioned on issues pertaWJng to the coming elections, his victa weep, m the Illiniois Jj**erential primary and his attitude ton Eisenhower's handlina^eflssues. With regard to the latter, be I ously observed that taVPresident would continue to do. what] been doing before—apnfat commissions of inquiry'. Will Hi BRING PEACt? FOREIGN POLICY QU8Y GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGED It was interesting aWond doubt that embarrassing lags ofI marked the periods beflpen questions, with a reporter on one i taking the calculated oppo r tunity to argue over one of Gov. Stem replies. When the scrBps. issues were seemingly concluded,, newsman tried the %  gufcjRry-association'' technique. "I understand." head, "that a student club at Princeton! sity has invited Alger BBSS as a guest speaker sometime thai The logic here was cleagjBGov. Stevenson is a Princeton alun Stevenson is therefore fp accord with the student club's invite Hiss as a speakerapven though Alger Hisi i> a traitor i of having had dealings vajth the Communists. "I should think," thf candidate politely retorted, "that is I dents' business." jaar But the glaring defiqMbcy continued—absence of any the Administration's mo^potent failure in the field of forejp^ tions. I finally asked Gov. Stevenson how he felt about Mr. Eis insistence that the Near fast problem is a United Nations lssafc, "How is this position justified," I said, "in light of the Ixf Near East affairs have been virtually directed by the law] since the establishment of the State of Israel?" Gov. Stevenson, grateful for the opportunity to discuss ^ replied quickly and to tha point—the Administration was u Israel "for other considerations." • ••••• TRIPARTITE DECLAMATION IS ABANDONED While emphasizing that American support of UN action w i thing, Gov. Stevenson nonetheless told me that the Tripartite tion of May, 1950 is the principal issue involved. "The United States, Great Britain and France und rt ^3 tee the present Palestine borders as determined by the £"ZB agreement between Israel and the Arab nations. This PJfVjB never been enforced in the face of continuing infractions. _j The difficulty at this time, he felt, is the direct resu ^ ministration's "equivocation," and the current decisioni w^_ sistance proves clearly our abandonment of the Triparu and the State of Israel. "We must be prepared." he said, "to protect Israel ajaj sion." An instant later, he looked up with slight concern this observation: •We musf be prepared," he said", "to protect any Noan from aggression.'" This was a slip. But it indicated Gov. Stevenson t W aggression in the Near East is Arab-inspired; uV w\ phasis, as I see it, was necessary political expediency to of partisanship. aJtefuH But urjs.a^^artisan>hip for which we must DP tn^ t-&|aVto protect Israel's integrity NVaf K*st;Sh£to protect



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d 20, 1956. *J&(£tI*r*&*r Page 11 A Tifereth Israel Names Officers *V Officers and board members were elected at a recent congregation meeting to serve Tifereth Is rael Norttiside Center for the coming year. Elected were: Marshall H. Comis, president; Dr. Morton Terry, first vice president; Leon Goldberg, second vice president; Nate Rosenberg, treasurer; Robert Felberg, financial secretary. Howard Roth, recording secretary; Al Kurzban, corresponding -ctri'tary; Harry Pilchick, sergeant|at-arms; Jacob Meyer and Morris Laster, gaboim. Board members are Harry Alexander, Leo Freeman, Herman Goldfarb, Jack Goodman, James Harris. Cantor Albert Glantz, Ernest Isersori, Herman K. Kutun, Frederich H. Mayer, Theodore Pearlstein, Irving Querido and Harry Zuckerman. 1 f i PACK CANCER KITS—Girl Scouts 419 are shown "hows" and I' ol packing kits for 7,000 American r Society volunteers who marched on [Apr. 17 in their annual doorto-door hive. Shown (left to right) axe Betty 12825 SW 7th ave.; Sharla Rohan, 2431 SW 16th ct.; Gail Smilan, 40 SW 58th ct; Marilyn Imber, 2324 SW 16th ct.; Andrea Warshaw. 3070 SW 19th St.; Gail Lazarus, 2150 SW 15th St.; Judy Baker, 440 SW 29th rd.; and Audrey Davidson of the Dade county unit of the American Cancer Society. leet Site of Discussion { export* will diseuM the Ideal Parent-ChlM Lp" on Tuesday evening, tthe PTA mooting of the lAcartemy. Mrs. Miriam iff, president, announced, mil be held at the Ritz I U consist of two stuent.nt! the ninth grade, ent and Harvey Finkeltwo students of the it. Michael Kesnick and slate of ofIthe coming year. Mrs. ich, parliamentarian, will 'newly amended corMi I ppn>val. wander S. Cross, principroduce the topic. Chairevening will be Mrs. nhouse. (Device Stops Ws in Child Massachusetts physiI* 1 "P a firm in Miami *ure a device used in "resis, or chronic bed( i s Dr. Harry B. Berni_ Curtone company is at [ J ave., Miami. P a terrific problem "* Parents." Dr. Bem%  Md. "Children who 1 *et the bed after the r re classified as enur• vast majority of casea, F ti du ^ to the fact IMve never been able to "i* stimulus of a full Wakening. ems curtone includes IT 0 tWo P'Pces of wire V ox that looks like a iJT contain "ng betterLf a w "all green light. %  J Msed on develop"Jhontd r flex jn the kiTU* a dr P of water 2' ?•>'" starts to In ke box at ,he f 1 Patient wakens im goes through four *n)*te.n says. For ,m, C nl nues wetting •W frequency. Then **en m response to .Jj •bout ten days. "* •Urm ig removed. "A lot of terxitoiy to cover," says Miami CJA chairman Harry Gordon Q.) indicating location of prospects in Southwest section. Veteran workers ready to conduct door-to-door solicitation are Maurice Hyman, Al Lev and Oscar Zeltzer. Gordon said more volunteers are urgently needed to help finish the drive. Dag Told Peace Will Depend Upon Suez Blockade Continued from Page A act" and also insisted that the wording of the Security Council resolution, which is Mr. Hammarskjold's present mandate, "entitles the governments concerned to raise with you, under your terms of reference, the question of any existing infringement of the provisions of the existing general arpiistjee agreement." "I would be grateful," Ben Gurion said, "if you could ascertain whether their readiness to undertake the full implementation of the general armistice agreement signifies that they no longer consider Christie Seeks Reelection Here Judge Francis J. Christie is seeking reelection as justice of the peace in District 2. Christie this week said he is seeking reelection on his record which includes "full-time service to the post and experience gained in hearing more than 6,600 criminal and civil cases." "I sat with Judge Raymond G. Nathan of the Dade county small claims court during 1954 and 1955 and in that capacity heard more than 1,700 civil cases alone," the candidate explained. "This was without compensation or additional cost to the taxpayers." The incumbent is a native Miamian, a graduate of the University Of Miami, an Air Force serviceman during World War II and gained his law degree in 1949 at Stetson University. Egypt to be at war with Israel, as they have claimed to be before the Security Council." After making that point, Ben Gurion told Hammarskjold: F should also like to be informed whether they realize that the observance of the general armistice agreement obligates them to discontinue the closing of the Suez Canal to. Israeli ships and to desist from other forms of interference with Israeli shipping." Engel Addresses Southeast Confab Atlanta chapter of the American Jewish Committee was host to that organization's first Southeast area conference Apr. 17 and 18 at the Biltmore hotel, Atlanta. Irving M. Engel, New York, national president of the American Jewish Committee, was honor guest and feature speaker at the dinner Saturday night.Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, was luncheon speaker on Sunday. Robert H. Ferst. of Atlanta, was general chairman of the conference, which was attended by members from Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Among those atting the convention were Seymour Samet, Miami, area director; Harold Murray, director of chapter activities; Max Birnbaum. national educational educational consultant; Ed Lukas, counsellor; and Ed Newman, of the national staff. Staffer Sysfm FHCE TRIAL Lose Inches TwwUW Musclos PH. o3-W60 17M S.W. 1U* St. (CORAl WAY) CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UNI WOOD ... CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP & DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 30800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 II M kill mill: mm FOR JUSTICE Of PEACE DISTRICT 2 RICHARD M. "DICK" McIVER A Qualified Mimmi Attorney Interested in Public Service Member ol DADE COUNTY FLORIDA AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATIONS RICHARD M. McIVER CANDIDATE FOR Justice of the Peace DISTRICT TWO Practicing Attornay. Graduate University of Miami law School. Veteran World War II, Rvserve Officer, U.S. Army. %  Married, Two Children. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS-l266 PLATFORMFor Better Service -* Immediate investigation of all deaths occurring under circumstances that require inquests by this office. That he will Mideovor to ha available at all times to issue Peace Warrants, and set Peace Beads. %  ft To hold night court twke a week to accommodate working people that find it a hardship to attend day court. W. Flagler St.. Phoat FB 4-4504 PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 8th (Prt. Pol. Adv.)



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Page 6 B +Jewls*fk>rkMi*n Mrs. Schwartz Will Head Brandeis Club Mrs. Bon Zion haheaded the chapter, Natum.il m it tee of Brandei Glnaburg, who Greater Miami Women's ComI'niver-ity. for h\K. SIDNtr SCHWARTZ Miami Chapter Schedules Meel" Sequel to "Congress As a Many Splondored Thins" and a full de tailed report on national cimven lion of American Jewish Congress ill lie presented at the next meet ins ot the Miami chapter Wednesday noon at Kotihek Center Mr> Benjamin Kamen. president nf the Miami chapter, will .1 report of the convention which -he recently attended in New York The -late of new officer! t<>r the coming year will be revealed. Entertainment will !• given bj the choral group of the Universit) I : Miami, under the directionot MrRobert Maddaford. the past three year-, will officially turn over the gavel to new pre-ident Mrs. Sidney M Schwartz at the annual spring election brunch eon meeting Friday morning. Apr. 2D, in the Mona I.i-a room of the Kdeh Roc hotel. Dr. Lawrence EL Fuchs, pt sor of political science at Brandeis University, will IH' guest speaker. MrAlbert Pica will p r ese n t a group of humoroureadings, and Rabbi Leon Kioni-h. of Temple Beth Sholom. will Install the new ( officers and memberof the board of director i Brandeis awardwill be given to members who have enrolled ten new members during the member-hip campaign. Friday, Young Mizrachi GroimlU^ A new chapter of Young Mizra-1 The T !" chi Women has been founded unWomen" 1 0 Yo der the direction of Mrs. Ida phaiu d • ** f, Karger, president of the elder, w ,,dren kt group of Mizrachi Women of Great."*? n >he Men**; er Miami, accordingto Miss Irene T *' n •* CM! Miller, president of the new group k J eld Saturday Other officer, are: vice presi ,J1 c a n ^ub'i dent. Mrs. Bessie Bobson, corre-1 l Fla S' -ponding secretary. Miss Sarah ^ given 'he Mae Geltner; financial secretary, Mrs. Ksthcr Karpell: and treasurer.' *^* Mrs. Sylvia Peters. chapt era* jvXJGOSt BROS > ij~ ^_IJ~^_IU~^LO~^. j~^.J~^Liij~ A L'j~^_n.r*^_ii -'W PULL LEVER 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD, Jr. State Representative Group 2 Barbara Newman, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. David Newman. 1685 Jefferson ave., will celebrate her sweet sixteen birthday at a party in the Algiers hotel Saturday evening. Barbara, an 11th grade student at Miami Beach High School, is active in Community Center drama groups and is a member of Menorah BBG's and vice president of Emanons. Psychologist to Speak I>i-cu--ion group of Miami Division, Council of Jewish Women. will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Lewi-. 3140 SW 13th st. Guest speaker and leader of open di-cu-sion will be Dr. Jack A. Kapchan. professor of psychology at the University of Miami. Topic is "The Personality of the Bigot." Si st ei hood Bazaar Here Temple Zion Sisterhood is planning an annual fund rai-ing bazaar for April 22 and 22. Schedule of events will be Saturday, Apr. 21. 8.30 p.m., "Western Dress Las Vegas Night." Sunday Apr. 22. 12 noon, carnival rides and gamefor children, food and drink stands, merchandi-e and flower booths. Kso/er TO LOW CALORIE MEALS % % booths' % % % It % > [•TRAFFIC [•HOSPITAL FACILITIES • ZONING There is room for Improvement! Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful [ August Bros, broad mado from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. •PUMTERNICKEl •BOHEMIAN RYE • BAGCIS e VIENNA • EM TWIST •FRENCH OREAD •EGG ROILS • HARD RCHIS Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 4 L 11 I Pol My HOLLnHRil vm FOR asm* TRUE Swiss fm It takes Alpine pastures nji cheese making stall ^ ~^ nut-sweet, distinctive (liv w< Swiss Knight processGrujaB Delicious withcrackenuJt Costs slightly more thu i cheese-and you taste thee Swiss KNI — the original Swifzerfc PROCESS GRUYERE CM r*ry"CiAIIT-mtifM PAN AM CHARGE 'LAI &y*r< rEP YOU CAN CHARGI AT 740 STORES! Wherever you live) or shop m greater Mio you can charge at a wide variety of storn with your Pan Am Bank Charge Plan cord tit mat convenient! You only receiv* monthly bill, regardless of how many of He 740 qualified stores you may have purer*** from. For full particulars and simplt application just mail me handy coupon below. There's no obligation .OMIOA8 UAftOieT STATt BANK PAN AMERICAN IANM *so a FieeT ST*T v AM Micn • ">• %  "' "" %  £ Sr— • *•bm *f* "**** Charge Plan Oept. W. P. O. Bo* ML blar* and brocnure w ( th eotapWName Stats



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20,1956, _£~l**Fk>rHlr>r> %  V \0S S/.MA MCOff 1 /#• *k C7 -*iV US MM AIM l.'.ZARt/S to? 1 •WWCI GOlDSf RGK I I HEARING AIDS Scrviro All Moke. Botterics Cordi Molds Rod,o-TV-Hi Fi Gould Mooring Aids [Lincoln Rd j£ 8-791" *l Alton I'll. ^_^_— FOR OLD JEWELRY BEST* PRICES! MORNINGSTAR !s C0H6MSJ BLOC Miss Sincoff Will Wed Rabbi Ca*sd Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sincoff. of 2855 Royal Palm ave., announced the betrothal of their daughter, Sima Netta, to Rabbi Louis A. Cael. The bride-elect, formerly a rosident of Brooklyn, N.Y., studied commercial art at Girls' Commercial in Brooklyn, majored in music at the University of Miami and Brooklyn College and is at present continuing her studies toward a degree in elementary education at the University of Miami. The bridegroom-elect came to Miami Beach four years ai{o after serving as soiritual leader in Mobile, Ala., Philadelphia, Pa., Syracuse. NY., and Knoxville, Tenn. Rabbi Ca.ssel occupied the pulpit i at Tifereth Israel Northside Center in Miami and is now associated with his brother. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel. at Torah Temple and Oxford School. Rabbi Cassel was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary in New York, is a graduate of Yeshiva College and Hebrew Teachers Institute and also received his MA in educational psychology at Columbia University. An outdoor wedding is being planned by the couple at Torah Temple the latter part of May. Lazarus, Emmcr Plan July Kites A July wedding is being planned by Miss Barbara Sue Lazarus and Philip I. Emmer. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Emmer. 6882 Harding ave., Miami Beach. The announcement was made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Lazarus, parents of the bride-elect. Miss Lazarus, a native Miamian, graduated from Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of Tau Alpha Omega council. She attended the University of Alabama and is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Miss Lazarus is currently employed as a secretary for the American Automobile Assn. Mr. Emmer graduated from Georg'n Institute of Technology. He is member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, National Assn. of Home Builders. Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, the secretary of Mann. Emmer and Associates Construction Co., and Miami Shores Construction Co. Page 9 B Suzanne Krause And Perry Goldberg Exchange Vows In a 6:30 p.m. double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Apr. 8, at the Algiers hotel, Suzanne Krause. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krause, 2160 SW 19th ter.. became the bride of Perry Jav Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldberg, 5225 N. Bay rd., and Chioago. III. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Synagogue, officiated. Ushers were David Krause, brother of the bride, and Joel Goldberg, brother of the groom from Chicago. Best man was Richard Goldberg, brother of the groom from Chicago. Maid of honor at the' pink and white decor wedding was Irma Areu. Bridesmaids were Janet Rosen, cousin of the bride, and Berna Sue Chasen. Ring bearer was Jeffrey Goldberg, nephew of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. She attended the University of Miami on a scholarship from the Miami Fashion Council and also studied at Terry Art Institute in Miami. Mr. Goldberg is a graduate of the Hyde Park High School in Chicago and attended the University of Illinois and University of Arizona. He is vice president of Jack Goldberg Co.. Chicago, and active in B'nai B'rith work there. The.bride wore a waltz-length gown of imported chantilly lace over layers of flesh and white silk. The fitted bodice had a shortdraped sleeve and square neck. The skirt of lace, over layers of flesh and white, flaired graceful!/ %  from a slim waist to below the hip at the front, tapering to a deep low point at the back. This was bordered by a broad crushed sash of pale flesh silk taffeta ending in a large butterflybow at the low point at the back. The skirt was finished below the sash in a froth of white silk tulle over flesh. Her veil of four circular tiers 'of French silk illusion was held in I place by a Juliet cap of lace over flesh and was embroiderd in silk seed pearls. The edge of her cap lay in graceful appliques of lace. The bride was escorted down the | aisle by her father, carrying her iconfirmation Bible covered in white orchids. Reception and formal dinner followed. A^v^A^^^W^^V^V^V 4 If % % Swim, Sun, Dance and Play under Or. terl N. Kohn's iuptri'ition VACATION FOR HEALTH DIET. SLENDERIZE WITH NATURAL FOODS RATES WITH MEALS AND ALL ACTIVITIES—7.00 Day up Edgewater Beach Health Resort Ph. JE 1-5791 % 1410 Ocean Dr. r |TWO-PIECE SETS (UPHOLSTERED for only Miss Goldberger's Fiance Law Student Two former University of Florida students are planning to be married July 29. Miss Bernice Joan GoldbergM and Morton I. Gilman will be wed on that date in Miami Springs Villit Playhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberger, 560 SE 5th at, Hialeah, are parents of the bride-to-be Mr. Gilman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oilman. 6361 SW 3th-st. Miss. Goldberger is a graduate of Miami High School, her fiance, of Miami Beach High. He now attends the University of Florida law school. s 79 "ION CAU I3-92M BERKELY AT0IS •"•" uPriOisnms '^"•"tfcAvnm MIAMI BEACH SURFS1DE \ 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Harding Ave. Ph. JE 13812 Ph. UN 6-6171 CUSTOM TAI10KING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach •473 HARDING AVENUE SerfcM* HABERDASHERY 32nd f—r on Miami Beach Ardmor* MRS. CLAYTON BERNSTEIN Miss Sara soli n and Clayton Bernstein Married on Beach In a noon double rin? ceremony on Sunday, Apr. 8, at the Biscayne Terrace hotel, Miss Faye Ruth | Sarasohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sarasohn. Birmingham. Ala., became the bride of Clayton Jay Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Bernstein. 2230 SW 22nd ter.. Miami. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.* of Beth David, performed the ceremony. Best man was Melvin Rosenberg. Usher was Robert Grossberger. Sisters of the bride Carol Sarasohn and Maureen Sarasohn were maid of honor and junior bridesmaid. Frances Mayers, maternal aunt of the bride, provided the music for the ceremony Decor ol the wedding was pink and white. The bride selected a short white Chinese silk wedding gown with bodice of alencon lace and lace appliques on the skirt that gathered Chinese silk in panels. A rollaway neckline topped tiny sleeves. Pearl and lace Queen Anne bonnet fell away to sholder-length veil of pure silk illusion. She carried a cascade of white orchids on a Bible made of mother of pearl and belonging to her aunt. The bride attended the University of Georgia and the University of Alahama. She was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Bernstein attended. Ohio State University and received his degree at the University of Miami. At present, he is in the building business here in Miami. 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