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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Price 20
rett Calls For Cautious Appraisal Of New Soviet Policy
tigeHailed-
Art/on, Wat '
irJj, Needed
LSALEM dlM The Soviet
pledKin^ support to
I Nations efforts to secure a
*nt of the Arab Israel con-
ns welcomed Wednesday
juch criticism and caution by
Foreign Minister Moshe
t Addressing the Israel Par-
kt. Mr. Shan!I insisted that
tatement "still has to
te.t of action." He lam-
ihe Soviets for their "un-
j" support of the Arab cause
having added fuel to the
[lire? by supplying arms to
that the Mo.cow state-
Icontained p h rase s which
1 be considered "innovations"
with earlier pronounce-
the Israel Foreign Minister
"We sincerly hope that
ew formulations herald a
for the better in the cli-
of relations between our-
and the Soviets, the dete-
pon of which we never de-
He warned, however, that
oviets have lent and are
kg sincere and wholehearted
I to the Arab states' aspira-
It is noteworthy, Mr. Shar-
nt on. that "in talking of* a
settlement between Israel
Arab states, no mention
We of direct negotiations
kciple which the Soviets have
Ben Gurion Declares Peace or War to be Decided
Mow As Arab Marauders Step Up Border Attacks
Repeats Priority Request for Arms
As Deterrent to Nasser's Defiance
Mr. Cecil Hyman, Israel's Consul General in New York, re-
ceives blue cornflower from Miss Dina Peskin, Israeli actress
now appearing on Broadway. American Zionist Council dis-
tributed flowers throughout New York City on eighth anniver-
sary ol Israel's independence.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Oppor-
tunities for reducing Arab-Israel
tension have arisen now as never
before in Israel's histiry, but
the danger of war has similarly
increased as never before, Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion told an
extraordinary session of the Is-
rael Parliament Wednesday. He
reported on Israel's security, on
the constant efforts of the Israel
Government to secure peace and
on his talks with Dag Hammarsk-
iold, United Nations Secretary
General, who is now on a "peace
mission" in the Middle East.
The Prime Minister made
these assertions even as there
were new reports of Arab at-
tacks launched against Israel on
the Jordan border. Israeli mili-
tary spokesmen Tuesday charged
that the attacks were inspired
ABOLITION OF 'DOUBLE SHEKEL' URGED BY DR. GOLDMANN
World Zionist Congress Opens in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA)All preparations were com-
pleted for the opening Wednesday of the 24th World
Zionist Congress at which problems affecting the
relations between Israel and Jews in countries out-
side of Israelas well as Israel's securitywill be
upheld for the settlement discussed.
The delegates, coming from many countries, will
have the opportunity to listen to the addresses and
I
mational affairs."
-*

CORRESPONDENT SAYS RED ATTITUDE UNCHANGED
KMHSr LITERATURE9 HELD TOP OFFENSE IN RUSSIA
)N (JTA iMore than 20 Soviet Jews were
to terms of imprisonment ranging from
'ten years at a trial held in Moscow at the
I March for "possessing and distributing illegal
literature." the Manchester Guardian, lead-
ttsn newspaper, reports.
the report says, was the first hand news
C the West of what has happened to this
Jews who were arrested last summer in
after their homes had been searched by
the ensuing debates in the language which each un-
derstands best. Simultaneous translation will be
available in several languages and earphones will be
provided each of the 500 delegates.
More than 60 foreign correspondents have arrived
here to cover developments at the Congress. About
200 other journalists have registered as representa-
,tives of newspapers and magazines
published in various parts of the
world. The opening session Wed-
nesday was addressed by Israel's
Premier David Ben Gurion; Dr.
I Nation) Goldmann, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive; and Bed
Locker, chairman of the executive
police and "incriminating evidence" had been found.
Previously, it had only been known that two Jews in Jerusalem.
were sentenced on similar charges to terms of three | a plan for the future activities
and five years, respectively, at a trial last February 0f the World Zionist Organization
16. it was hoped that Soviet authorities would desist was outlined here by Dr. Gold-
from further prosecutions. mann in an address to the opening
The Manchester Guardian correspondent goes on j session of a conference of the
to say that it was apparent from the manner in which j General Zionist Confederation
and carried out by Egyptians
brought to the area to continue
their hostile activity in the face
of a "cease fire" arranged last
week by UN secretary general
Dag Hammarsjkold.
The military actions, the
spokesmen declared, proves that
Egypt does not, in fact, acceot
Hammarskjold's cease fire and
has made promises of peace only
to break them.
The apparent contradiction,
Mr. Ben Gurion said, can easily
be explained by the the fact that
the danger of war has obviously
aroused the concern of great and
small nations to realize that any
conflagration in the Middle East
is likely to spread throughout
the world. This, the Israel Pre-
mier emphasized, has been re-
vealed by Mr. Hammarskjold's
mission and perhaps also by the
shift in the Soviet policy with
regard to the Middle East.
Premier Ben Gurion reviewed
at length the history of the
Arab-Israel armistice agreements
and how they were constantly
violated by the Arab states. The
armistice pact with Jordan, he
pointed out, provided for fr^e
access by Israel to the Holy
Places, the right to use installa-
tions on Mt. Scopus, free access
to the Mt. of Olives cemetery,
free use of the Bethlehem and
Latrun roads, as well as the rail-
way to Jerusalem. "Only the last
point was implemented, while
Jordan persistently refuses to
implement the other clauses,"
Mr. Ben Gurion emphasized. He
stressed the fact that Israel had
agreed to provide electricity for
the Jordan-held Old City of Jeru-
salem, but the offer was re-
jected.
"Israel has always striven and
will continue to strive to main-
tain peace in the region," the
Premier continued. "To our re-
gret this is not the attitude of
Continued on Page 5 A
-ration Report Meeting Slated;
feveal Current $1,419,638 CJA Total
fnhably the most important single report meeting of the Com-
I **ish Appeal drive has been scheduled for Sunday morning.
P the Algiers hotel, according to campaign chairman Sam
* ls the target date set by the executive committee early this
L">r the campaign cabinet to hear final progress reports from
""iions.
*ns will be projected for the wind-up of the community's biggest
-JJM drive in CJA history."----------------------~------T"
1 ady tu resporid to the'even the faintest hope of achiev-
l"ihs Ulni,y" s,id Hei iing our life-saving goal, we shall
VLri0mTn'Cation t0 a" I continue to seek these funds from
w ieaderv|lip>. urRing thelr hc |housands who have not yet
ai the Sunday break- been solicited." he said.
Meanwhile, a new campaign total
of $1 419,638 was announced here.
Still outstanding are 322 top-level
18" health, welfare, educa-
JWitutional services in
*"> foel that there is
Continued on P A
M. JOSEPH SCHWAITZ
Israel Bond Tribute Seen Pivotal
t For Area Participation Planning
More than 200 leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community
will welcome Nahum Astar, new Consul General of the State of Israel,
Wednesday night at a Dinner of State officially marking Israel's
eighth anniversary of independence.
Jacob Sher, chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds, is chairman of the reception and dinner. The function
also will mark the beginning of>
other additional favorable terms."
Astar, who recently opened the
Israeli consulate in Atlanta to serv-
ice the entire Southeastern United
States, will be making his first
formal appearance since the office
was opened earlier this month.
He was formerly Israeli Vice
Consul in Chicago for four years,
and has been a career officer in
Continued on Page 2A
the sixth year of the Israel Bonds
organization in the United States.
Sher said invitations to the func-
tion have been sent to every bond-
holder in the area. "There are
thousands of persons who bought
Independence Issue Bonds who
have not as yet purchased the De-
velopment Issue Bonds, which pay
higher interest and have many


Page 2 A
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Frith
LAM
installation Due
In Impressive.
I Ceremony Sunday
Installation oi RabM Yaakov G.
Rosenberg ai spiritual loader of
Beth David Congregation on Sun-
Apr. 20. promises t<> ba the
highlight of Both David syne
functions in Greater Miami.
Stanley C. Myers, program chair-
man, Wednesday revealed details
el the program, which calls for the
mal installation to take place B<
a Minchs service in Beth David
starting at 4:30 p.m. An unusual
! ature ol the service will be a pro-
cet anal by members of'the
eater Miami Rabbinical Asati
Acting as installing officer will be
K.iWii David (". Kogen, national
Ctor nt community relations.
United Synogogue of America.
A dinner deaXCC at^Waidman
i rown hotel, \>ykt$f[ctf4iK
\ cxcning'at^T-synr
Dr. Louis L (apian, exociiti
director. Board of .Jewish Educa-
tion. Baltimore, Mil. and dean of
the Baltimore Hebrew College and
teachers Training School, has been
invited to address dinner guests.
Dr. Kaplan Is a life-long friend of
Rabbi Ho-enberg and was one of
his instructors at the Baltimore
training school.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, dinner chair
n, has revealed the following
hostess committee: the Meadames
hidor Bakst, Max Handshu, Mas
J icobson, Sidney Lefcourt, Frank
\. Rose, Herbert E. Schor. Bert
Sher, .1 a c o b She* and Harry
nons,
"Rabbi Rosenberg's installation
uld prove s fot si point f<>r the
(tpression of the great love, high
m and profound respect all ol
at Beth Dai id have for him."
; Herbert E. Scher, president,
who also announced that the public
i- invited to the afternoon cerc-
n on i at l'elh Da', .d.
KABBI YAAKOV ROSENBERG
Independence Fete Due
Histadruth Ivrith ol Greater Mi
ami. in i.....aeration with the He-
brew Teachers Aasn., will hidd an
independence oelebration
meeting Sunday evening, at liar-
I- m-t restaurant. Dr. Jacob Lest-
schinsky, Dr Joseph Hurwitz, Mrs.
e Stadlan. Cantor Berele Kele-I
Varon Liebman, Joseph Free
i Zvi Rosenkranti will partici-
m the program .1 '/. Stadlan
will preside.
athan Confident
May 8 Outcome
Judge Raymond G. Nathan told
The Jewish Floridian Wednesday
that he believes voters who study
his record as "Dade county's hard-
iest working judge" will elect him
jto circuit court May 8.
Pointing out that the Miami Jun-
ior Chamber Of Commerce rccenth
selected him as Dade county's out-
standing public official of the year.
Judge Nathan recalled that he was
returned to office in 1954 with the
highest number of votes ever ac
corded a judge in the history of
Florida.
Now president oi 'he University
of Florida Law Alumni Assfl ,
Judge Nathan said he believe- ha
has "the combination ol youth and
maturity needed to qualify me for
the circuit fudge's post.
"Mv age 38 assures the vim
and vigor necessary to putting in
long hours of day and night hear*
on difficult cases," Judge
Nathan said, "while the fact that I
have heard nearly 23,000 cases in
the past three yean gives me the
judicial maturity essential to a
deep and human understanding of
the problems ol our citisesu.
\nd I don't need to tell you
bow vital a basic sense of fair play
is to a judge." Judge Nathan said.
Israel Bond Tribute
Seen Pivotal for
Area's Drive Plans
Continued from Pago 1 A
the service ol Palestine and i
for more than two di
Dr Joseph Schwartz, i Ice presi-
dent Oi the Israel Bonds organiSS
tion. will speak on current condi-
tions in Israel The former MMCU
Uve \ ice chairman ol the 1 nited
.1. wish Appeal i- now in bl-
end year as chairman of the Israel
Bonds campaign.
It is incumbent upon our en-
tire leadership to attend this dm
which has the double signifi-
celebrating the opening ol
a neu consulate and the I
ning ol Israel's ninth year of lie.
It is hardly necessary for me
to echo the words oi Israel's lead
an that the Middle Fast en
I just as serious today as it was a
month ago. Both Israel and the
j United stales have their eyes on
i American Jewry's answer to this
crisis. Support of the bond drive
and this dinner can be our most
affirmative weapon in Israel's be-
h.di." Sher said.
He announced formation of a re-
. ception committee c o mprising
' more than 50 of the foremost
| Jewish communal leaders in South
I Florida.
Reservations are still available,
and may be made by contacting
the Israel Bonds olfice at 1544
Washington ave.
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27, 1956
+JewistncridFton
let Holds Ownership of "Zionist Literature' Top Offense
. D.n. 1 A ~.
Page 3 A
Continued
from P9 1 A
. ^ssjlilr repercussions in the West when
, becaiiH known, for the proceedings were
iattt'r
[for
r became r.,..... >-
thc Soviet In ion must be regarded as a
Ljrness. The accused were given aver)
01 explain their actions and defend
, and they made full use of this. They
taiW* to engage the best Moscow lawyers
ondergo.ng a dwnge. ,he Sov.et attitudes towara
Jws .s only a i,e better than it was during the
v-orst excesses of ,he campaign which followed the
c-covery of the "doctors" plot," the correspondent
SI (lit S.
Shafkin States
His Qualifications
Candidate for constable, District
5, Louis Shafkin, this week re-
peated his qualifications for office
in the May 8 primaries.
Shafkin has been chairman of
the Miami Beach planning board
lor the past three years and a mem-
ber of the board since its inception
in 1949.
He belongs to the Shrine, Elks,
Masons and Chamber of Com-
merce. Shafkin is president of 14
club, Associate Patron of Order of
Eastern Star 225 and has lived in"
I Florida for over 30 years.


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+Je*l5Lncrclian_
wJenisti florid tin
Published every Friday elnce 1927 by the JewishM
Fiorioun at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami IS, Florida
Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post
Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879.
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones FR 4-1141 FB 4-8212
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The Jewish Floridian has adsorbed ths Jew.sh Unity The Jewish Florl.lian d(.e not a-.iarantee tne Ksn
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele- ruth of the merr-handim- *<1vertle graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World-
wide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amrr-
can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida
Press Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
s u
One Year
SCP.PTION RATES!
S3.00 Two Years .. ---------tS.OS
Iyar 16, 5716
Volume 30 Number 17
Friday, April 27, 1956
Tribute to Nahum Astar
Greater Miami Jewry will honor Consul Gen-
eral of Israel Nahum Astar at a Bonds of Israel
function Wednesday evening in Miami Beach.
The occasion will mark the opening of the
State of Israel's consulate offices in South-
eastern United States. It will also serve as one
cf the community's official celebrations of the
Jewish State's eighth anniversary of independ-
ence.
The Wednesday function will afford Greater
Miami Jewry the opportunity of examining its
achievement during the f;ve years of existence
cf the Israel Bond drive, which was officially
launched in the United States with an Inde-
pendence Issue on May 1, 1951.
Some 5,000 Greater Miami residents have
purchased bonds since that date exactly five
ars ago next week. While the statistics on
their face indicate that this area has partici-
-ated generously in the campaign to assure
Israel's economic future, they fail to take into
cccount an unfortunate pattern.
The original Independence Issue came to a
conclusion in May. 1954, with the current De-
velopment Issue immediately announced to
take its place. Of the 5,000 Greater Miamians
who bought Israel Bonds since the inception
of the overall drive five years ago, some two-
t.nirds of this number made their purchases
during the course of the Independence Issue
only.
This means that no more than one-third of
the 5,000 purchasers availed themselves of the
opportunity of supporting the current Develop-
ment Issue. In larger terms, it is opparent that
the current campaign has attracted a consider-
ably smaller segment of Jewish community sup-
port here despite the fact that the Development
Issue offers specific monetary advantages over
the earlier Independence Issue such as higher
interest returns.
The saving grace is that the total amount
purchased during the past two years has re-
mained at relatively the same level as that of
the 1951-1954 campaign despite the fact that
the number of purchasers has fallen sharply.
From a purely historic point of view, there is
r.o reason for Jews either here or elsewhere
across the nation to believe that Israel's eco-
mic need is any smaller today than it was
shortly after the establishment of the state.
Nonetheless, if the pattern in Miami is similar
to patterns developing in other Jewish commu-
nities, it means that diminishing numbers of
bond purchasers are having to accept a dispro-
portionately large share of American Jewry's
responsibility in the upbuilding of Israel's
economy.
The function in honor of Consul General
Astar Wednesday may well serve as a sound-
ing board for the evaluation of means to come
lo grips with this disturbing situation.
Installation at Beth David
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg will be installed
as spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue
at ceremonies Sunday. Rabbi David C. Koqen,
national director of community relations. Unit-
ed Synagogue of America, will be installina
officer.
Since his arrival here. Rabbi Rosenberg has
unstintingly brought his energies to the pro-
crams of his congregation, as well as to the
Jewish community at large.
Under his spiritual leadership. Beth David
continues to maintain the pace as one of the
major synagogues and religious schools in the
Greater Miami area.
Rabbi Rosenberg brings with him an envi-
able series of achievement as scholar and spiri-
tual leader from Baltimore and Philadelphia
that augers well for the growing Jewish com-
munity herea community whose religious
and cultural needs have been keeping pace
with its rapid physical expansion.
The addition of Rabbi Rosenberg's talents to
the corps of our spiritual leaders is welcomed
not only by Beth David but by all of Greater
Miami's Jewry.
STILL STRADDLING 1HI LINE
Moscow's Elite are Disturbed
The recent "confession" by Communist parry
boss Nikita Khrushchev about former Red lead-
er Josef Stalin's intentions of herding Jews into
concentration camps merely corroborates West-
ern Jewry's suspicions all along that Soviet
Union tyranny was never any different from
the racial tyranny of other "ismss."
Now that the dam has been broken in line
with the Communist party's latest decision to
strip Stalin of his exalted position in Russian
history, all manner of information seems to be
gushing at us with the regard to the fate of
Iron Curtain Jewry.
It is indeed sad to have confirmed the previ-
ously rumored deaths of such noted Jewish
artists as David Bergelson. Itzhak Pfeffer and
countless others on the basis of their "cosmo-
politan threat" to Moscow's continuum.
Boss Khrushchev's "confession" does no one
any good. Least of all, it is hardly a guarantee
that the two and a half million Jews now resid-
ing behind the Iron Curtain will not again be
subject to such purges. On this basis alone,
we find it difficult to understand the anger
shown by Khruschev and Nikolai Bulganin
against the British during the Red duo's current
tour of England.
It seems that Khrushchev and Bulganin are
disturbed by the cool reception they have been
receiving. Apparently, this demonstrates bet-
ter even than their recent "confessions," the
extent of their political simplicity.
Certainly, the British are not naive enough
as to hurrah with awe at their arrivalappar-
ently many Indians and Afghans did on the
occasion of the Russian masters' recent tour
there. If anyone should know the score, the re-
served British doa people who show their
taith in their Queen with little more than a sin-
hT k! qUie' "hear' hear" when 8he make.
ner public appearances.
Moscow's elite should not even expect that.
The Warsaw Ghetto Revolt
This is the traditional time of the year when
I oTThfhe me world mark ,h a
Ghetto UprUing f ,he Warsw
rkFl'he Iewi8h community, the Warsaw
STsvEElT* !, P0'**1"* BignificanT
As a symbol of revolt against tyranny it was
A*-first time that Diaspora Jewry rose udT
baMle ,,s oppressor in Co .hou^d^r, of
reputation for invincibility a"eved a
JftSJpJJM fiV? ft
THE PHILOSOPHY Of A JfW
Co/. Jacob Arvey, the MBn..
His Meteoric Rise from Hsmifc
Chicago Immigrant fm
Tk J,wish fUrUh.- CMifJuMi fctrt wit. .
Sftfsta M Of. J.c.h Arrwy. n.Hon., Democrofc 1,1" ,k
m on exclusive i*t*r*iiw with C7. Arvey of his Miami t "''^'^
reward to aged jew. J
,h'"- Part in carryj?J*
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mind mulled over Hie i
would make. Thus J
ick with fever, he rose,
j'father his thougj
that during a hast, ,
P'hl to Chicago, he'
thorn n the piane: uJ
eriah. he returned to *
w trip minutes befeWL
day delation to del^l
dress.
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IT HAS BEEN Col.
fortune to rue high
cal circles Returning ((
a' the conclusion of w
II, he found that hehadi
forgotten Gratified, he|
''"' to retire
from politics. Instead,
called upon to serve ai<
of the Cook County
Committee a post
couldn't turn down.
In this capacity, Col
written a fair and
chapter in Chicago's pi
tory. It was through hs]
that both persons and
of high calibre were
ward to take on the i
of government. Friends i
Col. Arvey. and rightly!
he waged a bitter stna
entrenched party leadersi
recommendations for tie i
of mayor, governor and l
in Chicago and niinoii
was this struggle that |
that succeeded in
men for office of
integrity.
Here, unfortunately, ran
a rather silent chapter a]
Arvey s history his I
with Gov. Adlai Steve
and the nation's effort i
this gigantic liberal and|
lectual into the office oil
dent of the United States.]
silent must remain Col
behind the scenes activity i
half of Israel. It is not I
sary. Col Arvey feels, tail
know about himabout fasj
sonal role
Only the tacts, themseh
events in history, an?
Did the Jewish State not l
among the nations after]
years, did it not exist ml
vibrant force in the Nesj
then there would be sail
talk about. But Israeli!
and therefore all disc*
Israel must be confines" I
present and her futurtjl
talk must give way to f^
'fJUE ARE Americans. We have
" given our children, our
loyalty, our future to this land.
But we are no less Jews. If a Jew
is beaten to death in a ghetto of
North Africa, it is not a stranger
who dies but a part of us. If a
group of Jewish doctors is brand-
ed in Moscow as traitorous be-
cause of their Jewishness, every-
one of us feels endangered re-
gardless of our dislike of their
political philosophy.
"So ... we are not honoring
any one man. We are honoring
the Jews who left Russia for
Palestine in the 1880's with the
cry: 'Come, sons of Jacob, let
us go!" We are honoring Theo
dor Herzl, who revolted against
the persecution of Dreyfus and
returned to his own people, as-
serting that their dignity, their
culture and their destiny requir-
ed them to rebuild their ancient
homeland."
This is Col. Jacob Arvcy's be-
lief about the ancient tradition
from which he stems. This is
what he will tell anyone any time
when he is asked to sum up his
personal belief before Jews who
come together to honor one
among them.
>
OL. ARVEY'S eloquence
^* speaks in increasing levels
of dignity for his people at home
and abroad. When the Jack Ab-
lin Memorial was to be dedicated
rn Miami on December 19, 1954.
Col. Arvey arrived at Douglas
Gardens in a fever of illness. He
had not felt well for days before
that.
And for weeks before that,
there mulled in his mind a com-
plex of thoughts that would be
appropriate for the occasion. It
is symbolic of his personality
that, unlike others of his profes-
sional and national stature, he
never intended to appear that
Sunday with a few glib remarks
on his tongue. Certainly, Jack
Ablin had been a life-long ac-
quaintance, but the dedication
also meant the opening of a new
wing for people who would pass
their twilight years in ease and
comfort.
Perhaps it was the childhood
memory of his old father, Israel,
who kept the milk and bake
goods store on Pacific st, or of
his delivering these goods in a
horse and wagon after his fath-
er's death. Perhaps it was the
recollection of his father's proud
presidency at Beth Hamidrosh
Hagodol. But, more likely, for
Col. Arvey, there was the ever-
significant identification with his
proud past a vast vision of
countless generations of Jews ek-
ing out their existences in far-
flung corners of the world even
as, in the midst of their travail,
they made Judaism the center of
their spiritual purpose.
To this day, Col. Arvey will
look from his patio windows out
across the restless waters of
green Biscayne Bay and mouth
with feeling the ancient impreca-
tion: Al tashlechaynu l'ays zikna
Do not forget us in the days of
our age. "Jews have always fear-
ed old age," he will say, "and
with good reason. I remember
the profound impact these words
made on me when I first heard
them as a youth in synagogue. I
suppose, in a sense, our genera-
tions long Jewish exile was a kind
of never-ending old age, when
this divine prayer for guidance
lost meaning according to the
popular definition of time.-'
Thus, for him, the Jack Ablin
Memorial symbolized a haven for
the weary and the tireda just
FOR AS Col. Arvey, as'
said: "Israel is P*
because it is the sto
five thousand year* of i
Israel is precious to <
it is the symbol of i
determination of tr* ^
himself, to resist uV '
the ideals which alonei
daism capable of sun*
land of Israel is a pW*
tuary for hundreds of r
The land of Israel is
spiritual reservoir
every Jew conscious
with every other *
nourishment." -j.
In protecting I*rae *1
feels. "I protect mysel "1
my people everyah^
honoring Israel. J"
unknown soldier o J
people, the namely
Kog-ve their Ihtj*
generation^ so u
Sew" would rMj-"1
of greatness We fl*
on our history-
" *"* It-


ol Health Fair in Miami
Discuss Wide
i Health Society of South-
Menial Health Fair on
dav. May 2.
BriliU-day function is thi
KeSa)NE2nd.ve
Kbairmcn are Edward
|]a,ls(,, ,\. and Mrs. Kan
evach.
i Will
Range of Subjects
Among genera! topics to be dis-
cussed are "Marriage," by Dr. Syvil
Marquit: "Aging." Maurice Vearl-
stem: "Pastoral CounMlling." H Fred Cole; and "Relatives of the
Emotionally HI," by u,.s
McGrath.
,-+Jf&i$tirhrldlton
Page 5 A
Ben Gurion Says Levant Peace or War to be Decided Now
- -* .. .
i#,
E. Sobeloff. Solicitor
of the United States
ngrat u la tes Miami
' attorney Malvin Eng-
iMonday afternoon upon
Tder's admission to prac-
pore the Supreme Court
United States. Judge
i officiated at the cere-
, high point in England-
1 years of legal experi-
nglander, former special
attorney general of
I is a candidate for jus-
the peace in the fifth
Other topi-: to be rflacu
with tfMUIMlri leader- to
nouneed later, arc mental health
In relation to "Alcoholism," "Pre
School Child." "Psychosomatic
Medicine" and "The Role of the
Parent-Teachers Association. '
The Mental Health Fair Wednes
da\ la part of the National Mental
Health Week observance Apr. 29
through May 5. Scheduled Monday
evening, 8.15 p.m., over Channel 2
(WTIISl. is a discussion on
ordination Between IT v.
Mental Health Programs."
Featured will ho Miss Lola P
director of the Southeast Fl
Mental Health Society, and Mr
Shevach.
Purpose of Mental Health V
is to familiarize people hi re
s the nation with I
lems of the emotionally disturbed
and mentally ill. "Our purpi
South Florida is even more Imme-
diate than that," stated Mrs, Shi v
ach Wednesday. "We want to in-
culcate the principles of prevent
ive mental healthhow parents
and teachers should act in relation
to young people in order to in till
in them feelint*s of self respect and
self-reliance and how to detect the
first si:;ns of emotional disturb-
ance when they first appear,
"It la far easier to deal with the
problem in its beginning st
than later on," she said. "While
the problem of mass education as
to the significance of mental health
is also urgent afthis timebring-
ing out statistics that some 50 per-
cent of the hospital beds in the
United States, for example, are oc-
cupied by mentally ill patients and
the need for financial support by
the public in the same ways as they
support research in other illnesses
nevertheless we see as a princi-
pal step step at the time the devel-
opment of mental health programs
in the homes and schools.'
Continued from Page 1 A
or ntiflhbor for whom the
*ignin9 of Has armistice agree
monti mean nothing more than a
scrap of paper. They have never
ceased openly and secretly tg
Prepare for a 'second round' to
wipe Israel off the map. As long
they are not certain that the,
cen achieve this by military
strength, they use boycott and
tconomic blockade and guerilla
warfare in open defiance of their
undertaken obligations.
"Our bitter experience in the
War of Independence and there-
after has shown us that if we
have strength we will have
peace, and'if not we, no one will
'stand up for us. Now, after the
influx of Soviet arms to Egypt, I
believe not only that the Israel
Government, but also public
opinion and perhaps some gov-
ernments, have realized that the
only thing that might deter the
Egyptian dictator and his allies
from war is to supply Israel with
arms sufficient for its defense in
the air, on the sea, and on the
land. This realization," Mr. Ben
Gurion pointed out, "has not yet
been followed up by action ex-
cept by France which made an
important contribution although
far from the barest minimum."
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Mr. Jack Cooper
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Garden of Trees
Planted in Honor
Of Cantor Kelemer
Presentation of a certificate for
a garden of 100 trees was made
last week to Cantor Berele Kele-
mer. of Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
The trees are being planted in
honor of Cantor Kelemer "for his
devotion and loyalty to Zionism
and his efforts on behalf of the
Jewish National Fund."
Presiding at the meeting was
Jacob Fishman. Daniel M. Broad,
president of the Jewish National
Fund, and Dr. Zev Kogan, South-
eastern regional director of JNF
activities, also addressed the gath-j
cring.
An additional garden of trees
was raised at the gathering in re-
tponse to Cantor Kelemer s musi-
cal selections.
Left to right are Jacob Fishman, Daniel M. Broad, president of
the Jewish National Fund Council. Dr. Zev Kogan, Southeast
region director of JNF activities, and Cantor Berele Kelemer.
of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation._____________
Long Discusses
Campaign Platform
Hughlan (Huey) Long, candidate
lor county commission District 4,
Kiid this week ho is gaining
Mrength on his platform "of ob-
taining a close watch on county t;i\
dollars, establishing a new and
better road system, better OOUOty-
vide hospital facilities for all the
people, expansion of Miami Inter-
national Airport and clOM coopers
tion between county and municipal
governments for quick, decisive
in."
Lonf advocates immediate i"nu-
range plans for boulevard and six-
Jane highways in I) a d e county
areas m order to take advantage of
present pending Federal aid for
road construction, which will save
taxpayers of Dade county 90 per
cent of construction cost.
"The Port Authority must be
placed on a complete self liquidat-
ing basis." he said.
Long, no relation to the late Gov.
Huey Long of Louisiana, has serv-
(I two and one-half years as chief
assistant state attorney prosecut-
ing capital crime cases, "when I
maintained 85 per cent convic-
tions ," He was appointed by the
Jate Gov. Dan McCarty and reap-
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Long says he has experience in mu-
nicipal bond issue, seven years of
banking experience and six years
auditing experience with the Flor-
ida Industrial Commission.
Long graduated from Miami Edi-
son High in 1935 and University of
Miami Law School in 1953. A na-
tive Flohdian, Long is 40 years of
age with 25 years residency in
Dade county. He is a member of
Harvey Seed* Post. Dade County
Bar Assn Florida and American
liar Assris.. Associate member of
F OP.. Daddies club. Sunset Ele-
meniary School, LeJeune Presby-
terian Church and U of M Law
Joe Hall Stresses
His Qualifications
Joe Hall, candidate for superin-
tendent of public instruction of
Dade county, made several speech-
es this week to organized Demo-
cratic groups here.
In each instance, he stressed his
qualifications for the office. Hall
has served the public school sys-
tem as a teacher, coach, principal,
state director and associate super-
intendent.
"I believe." he said, "that boys
and girls should be taught sound
Americanism through American
history and government. These
sound principles oi Americanism
should continue to be emphasized
in every grade throughout the
school program."
Hall vowed that his efforts as
superintendent would be "directed
toward reaching a high standard of
achievement and developing at-
titudes and habits that will pro-
duce sound character and citizen-
ship."
Campaign headquarters for Hall
are at 500 Hardee rd.. Coral
Gables.
Gerstein Quickens
Richard Gerstein, candidate for
state attorney, stepped up his cam- j
paign "Operation Hand-Shake" this
week with eight meetings per day;
scheduled throughout the county, |
with civic groups, precinct work-
ers and door-to-door campaigning.
"It is the best way I know,"
Gerstein asserted, "to bring the
truth and the facts to the voters
regarding my own court prosecu-
tion record."
Included in Gerstein's document-
ed proof of record are letters from
Florida's Attorney General stating
"Mr. Gerstein's fine record will go
a long way to stifle and impede
the illegal bookmaking and gam-
Campaign p^
b'"ig activities in ^*|
? resound ^
from the r>adP ~? a
J-tant -SeTS*.
(erstein as 'Dart. ^N
Ending prosecutor.^
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^Sponsored Workshop Tuesday
al With Shavuoth Instruction
w hnn for Jewish
SS Mi-mi is sched-
a7evenin. May 1. a
h Sholom. according to
Jnent by Mrs. Mattlda
Cident of he Bureau
gStion. which Is spoil.
workshop-
tover Abramow.tr. ofthe
M!Jewish Center, will be
eaker on the workshop
! m Teach Shavuoth in
His talk will be fol-
T ,eachcrs approach to
theme by Mrs. Molly
ctor at the Coral Ca-
lk Center.
. keynote talks, teach-
'ak up into four work-
Carving grade kvels:
Kjb Born>tein. of Temple
i lead a discussion on the
ut level with Herbert
[ the Bureau of Jewish
Kting as consultant,
fcrlev Seeman, instructor
Beth Sholom, will lead
Ion grades 1 through 4,
Jacob Hornstein, of
>1, actini; as consultant,
nam Pell Solkoff, in-
Temple Kinanu-EI, will
op on grades 5 through
^dncy J. Crecnbt-rg, edu-
ctor of Temple Beth
i consultant,
rager, instructor at Beth
David Congregation, will l^d ,n-
cussion in workshop on grades 8
and up with Saul Rabin, educa-
tional direction of Temple Emanu
El, acting as consultant.
Workshops will use as discus-
sion resource the "Shavuoth Bulle-
tin" which is published and issued
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau, will
act as moderator at the workshops.
Workshop will be preceded by
a meeting of teachers who will dis-
cuss Bureau scholarships at the
University of Miami, implementa-
tion of the "Sunday School Teach-
ers Code of Practice" and election
of officers of the Sunday School
Teachers Assn.
Samuel Hollender, director of
the Flagler Granada religious
school, will preside.
Membership Drive Sunday
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Jacob Congregation, and
Judge Harold Spaet, Miami Beach
councilman, will appear over radio
station WWPB on behalf of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict at 12 noon. Benjamin Appel
is chairman of the membership
drive committee.
Jackman Receives
Local Endorsement
The campaign of Judge George
I* Jackman in his race for the
JodKeship of the Dade county
sm;.|| claims court, Group 2, "re-
ceived added impetus this week "
according to his supporters.
"Jackman's candidacy has re-
ceived the endorsement of Mayor
Krank Navilio, of Florida city
Mayor Tom J. Harris, of Home-
stead; Mayor Daniel D. Diefenbach,
of North Miami Beach; Mayor Paul
Tevis. of South Miami; and Mayor
Charles restore, of Sweetwater,"
they said.
"Several other mayors have en-
dorsed me," Jackman said, "but
they told me their respective city
charters prohibit them from mak-
ing such endorsements public. But
they're out there pitching for me,
they told me."
Jackman, senior judge of the
municipal court of North Miami
Beach, has also been endorsed by
the Miami Beach Democratic club.
He is a member of the Masons,
Elks and several veterans organiza-
tions.
Page 7 A
VOTE FOR
i. C. Dressier
COUNTY SOLICITOR
1
i
KRIENCED
wfully prosecuted in past Hi years many im-
t criminal cases as Chief Prosecutor of Trial
> of County Solicitor's office.
ILIFIED
ting attorney over 30 years before all courts,
Jg U.S. Supremo Court. A member of the Na-
I Association of County and Prosecuting Attorneys.
hpmui il0m mkm 0AllY WfW$, April 13, 1956
mSSUR'S ABILITY TIMID AND PROVE*
K/'Ikt" Dressier, who if M seeking Action as county
ma^> ht all the qualification* for the office. Dressier
'""d m chief of the trial and prosecutino * county solicitor's office tine* March, 1951 Much of
Jjwdit for the 90.3 percent record of conviction* in the
ty.wlicitor* office in 1*55 toes to him. Ho ha* boon
Mttic.no, attorney for 30 year*.
It" Dressier is conscientious and has the integrity,
'e uressler is conscientious and ho* n* inreflriiy,
fl?!"0 experience to moke the best county solicitor in
history of Oade County. Tho voters of Dado could do
Py ,h*n east their ballots for him in tho forthcormna
"^"t and general election.
Rrrord of C*m*elenttoMH
dedicated Public Service"
C. Dressier
COUNTY SOLICITOR
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Pago 8 A
+Je*is*tkx***n
Fiidu
Federation Report Meeting Slated;
Reveal Current $1,419,638 CJA Total
Von Dusen Seeks
Commission Seat
At a campaign workers' organi-
sation rally last week. Raymond
. iyean and la i member of the Flor- Van Queen, candidate for county
Continued form Pagt 1 A |jda S|a((. pharmaaawtletJ AMD. II" 1.,imllllsMl),u.r from District 4. -tat
eifts- totalling S125.000. which ia also a Shriner and a memner of (i|| |u m.1Jlir r,,IM1I1 ,, boUoving >
could easilj lake the drive over B'nal B'rith. hl.iathe bMtqutJlftodaj* forth. J
,hl. l0p Jacobs named Mr and Mrs. Eliaa ,,,, rh rally wm "M at cam-
Hampered badly by the lack of rha ;',v^ p^gn htadquarton ... the mKra-
vomSeew ir. the Sportanl area p tiST *"* bU*
campaigns, there is still hope for to a. a.......rtn ;'""""111" ..,.,.. ;|u. only candidate with -
establishing an all-time record In l"1' ,,,,,i:" r" |oo public lenrlee -< the count*
a single community philanthropy, ho level." Van Daaen said, "gtvee me
according to campaign officia Ma> ,; ''_ confidence that I am beet aquipped
enrollment increases and popula-
tion growth. Last year I headed
the committee which led the sue-
Y-Ju*,
cessful
wumj-a-Hi,
put ver the viU| ^
**." Van Dusen
said.
division chairmen '' ""', ,; to mcceaafull) handle this Impor-
progress n this Mr. and Mra Meyer \ Baakin ,< public service baa \
>r Florida industry 442 con-[will I included six years on the Dade
tors have brought this divi- dents at a **" t school board, the last two
sion to nearlj S1HMW0, somewhat da) e< ,s ,,.-, whicn ,. h;i> presided aa
below contriButions made lasl at 1810 Ferdinand st. man ,, .,,.,, N,.,.v,,| ,VV() ,
Also n "ill be John; Heading the group Miami Citj Council.
.n. chain assist with arrangemen'
ns are Mr and Mr- "Mj yeara on the noui board ?
d nearlj i, pioneer residents ol have been during the count) s
,nd Mr an.I Mi >wtli In educational
u/inokUr He is presi and when the need, has
oi Ik.....nl OMta *wkh ., th.- ..,-, m.cal due to large
to st' ^oaaaaaa^^
Included also .ire Dr. did Mr-
! -.77. neari) B Kirsh, I R E W E A V I N G
the auota The Business and Pn Mrs Lou I
n d Mrs. K Herman OF MOTH HOIES. BURNS AND TEARS,
roup ol local business Fisher, Dr and Mrs. David H. $|ieciol service for cleaners. Call after
POPULARITY CONTEST
\ OR
'"QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENZE"
I THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO
* SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE!
Win. "Bill" McCRORY
CONSTABLE DISTRICT "5
Pull Lever 43 A
who have mel regularlj to Gateman and Mr andaffi B 1 p.m. 2350 N.w. 60th St. NE 5-5517
ind solicitations in n inck.
than 40 busine -"'"- othera with the social
throughout Dade count;, Mr and
also will be called upon I bin. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
report final Vcker Cutler, Howard Margolis, Mr. and
man, Leo Cl i M Kai Sockloff, Mr. and Mra,
ner, M .1 Kopelowiti Artie Kra Joseph Spitser, Mr. and Mrs. David
vitz and Carl Suaskind ,ir and Mra Charles

has
Rosenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Building and investment
gone well past last year's con- silver.
Guest ol honor at the patio party-
be campaign chairman
will
man. of 2600 Segovia ave.
Hei-
Miss Kaplan Elected
To Phi Beta Kappa
tail Merchants Division, hei
by Artie Kravitz and co-chairman
William Weintraub, have nearlj
equalled lent year's contributions
of Sti'JOOO. but again, these gifts
have been secured from onl) one-
half "i the number who gave last
year
Oi i ol the strongest showings In
the drive is being made b) the Linda Ellen Kaplan was elected
Winter Residents Division, beaded |(l 1% Beta Kappa Tuesday eve
b) Jack Carner, who lasl year a1- m,... Kaplan's membership
rision and achieved \s ,n Vanderbilt I Diversity's Alpha
;, record-breaking quota of 1285,- chapter.
74! This division is expected to she is the daughter of Mr. ud
' the top at the I rt Mn Leon Kaplan. 1795 s\v 12th
Sunday. Reports will Miami.
be heard from the Women- eremoniea were in the Mem-
Division, which traditional!) ,iai ,-,,, ,,i Mumni Memorial
't~ ojuot Hall on the Vanderbilt vampua.
l:i the i".( antimi
Division week
lor the first time in the histor) ol
the Combined Jewish Appeal
through the cooperation and lead-
ership oi Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
oi Temple Beth Slmiom A lunch ,
eon was held attended b) repre
seatatives oi the music profession
in the Greater Miami area. Ap-
ted M a steering committee to
direct solicitation m tin- profes
sion are Svd Stanley and My Fried
Meanwhile, Morton .Jacobs, 278
NE loist st.. Miami Shores, bat
accepted the post of Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman lor the
North Miami an
Serving aa co-chairman with
Jacobs will be Mr- Frieda Blank.
impaign veteran ol three
-. r\ ice.
Jacobs ha- been a local druggist
in the North Miami area lor seven
PULL LEVER
16 A
to Elect
JOSEPH A.
BOYD, Jr.
State
Representative
Group 2
/
LEVER
4-A
EXPERIENCE
ABILITY
MATURITY
RETAIN
ROBERT H.
k
wm
CIRCUIT JUDGE

Ailv 1
VOTE
MARVIN M. "Red"
Christmas
Constable
DISTRICT 1
PULL LEVER 43 A
Courtesy Efficiency
i I'll. Pol Adv.)
PULL LEVER 35-A
JUDGE GEORGE L.
JACKftiAN
FOR SMALL CLAIMS COURT
(Group 2)
10 -- TEH REASONS WHY -10
1. Senior Judge of the Municipal Court of North Miami Beach.
2. Member Florida Municipal Judges Ass'n; Dade County League ft
Municipal Judge;.
3. Former Associate-Professor business and insurance law.
4. Practicing in Florida, Federal and Hew York Courts.
5. Legal adviser for civic organizations. ,
6. Former criminal investigator US. Treasury Dept. (racket busting^
7. Service in South Pacific and Japan, World War \l
8. Married, four children.
9. Years of community service through Junior Chamber of OjJJJ
Masons, Knights of Pythias, veterans' organizations and ow *
groups.
10. Experience as investigatorlawyer-judge spells JUSTICE FOR ^
vvv
(l-d. I'ol. Adv.)


127, 195G
Uge Confab
j flt Center
--ce of tow cIub
%c Greater Miami
imunitv (vntor has
for Sunday niijht at
,Sm Branch. 490 SW
wa* announced Dy
..p ijjistanl director.
ij The Tem Ager
nter"
1 rtafl mem-
fcato will be present
teting arc youth va&*
fjjtn Schlber8 and
(hin and <-xtension su-
I,enar! Romney and
Brunch for McCrory
Women workers will Rather at
I he Vanderbilt hotel Tuesday, 10
a.m., to attend a hrunch for Wil-
liam L. "Bill" MeCrVrv candidate
in the 5th District constable's race.
Hostesses for the brunch are Ann
Rawlinfis, Bobby Graenberg, Olive
Delahunt and Kthel Cordon.
ted to par-
IX' Oor-
. Irving Ja-
L Cautin. Bert Saul,
*. Audrey Raskin, Rich-
J*rol Washer, Elton
|^,e Sprafkin, Sony a
rt, Howard Relss,
L, i Schneider,
ariin. xine Bo'
Siumpanier, M r s.
w. Sharron Hollander.
, Jicqueline Raymer,
I and Elaine Ifillman.
Pumpernik's Again
To Sponsor Team
Pumpernik's restaurant and pan-
try. 67th st. and c<.iim- M e eatery
l.est known as the hOBM oi Hie
pumpernickel bagel, again will
sponsor a Little League baseball
team in 1956.
Co-owner trviag Rubin an-
nounced Wednesd.iv tli;,i the Ba-
i.els will compete in the Miami
Beach league sponsored by the
Optimist club. Charlie Bookbinder,
a member of the Optimists and ce-
owner of the restaurant, called Lit-
tle League "an outs can-
tribirtion to the community and ex-
cellent training for our fine
youth."
Bookbinder also announced that
plans to celebrate the 1.000.000th
pumpernickel bagel served at
Pumpernik's are underway.

I
1
, Perry (seated), candidate for Justice of Peace in
, discusses campaign with his chairmen. Perry, past
1 of B'nai B'rith, director of Beth David Men's club and
nember of Miracle Masonic lodge, spurs plans prior
i primary with (standing left to right) Emanuel Leven-
i Miami area, past president of B'nai B'rith and wor-
jster of Southwest Masonic lodge; William Rafkind,
bles area, past worshipful master of Miracle Masonic
t Jacobson. Southwest Miami area, president of
Men's club; and Peter R. Palermo, West Miami
ner mayor of West Miami and assistant county sol-
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ASHBURN
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Pomerance Rally
Due on Saturday
Rocky Pomerance campaigners
u.ll ttage heir biggest rally thus
far at Workmen's Circle. 25 Wash-
"'-''"n ave, on Saturday nii>ht.
Rose Wa, Mrs. Rac Vlvij)n
Carl Gardner. Leonard (oleman
Simon Rubin and other Miami
Beach civic workers will ipd on
l,,|ul1 "i Pomaranee, "the career
enforcement officer with a distin-
guished, unblemished record/who
te running for Constable, District
five, his supporters announced
t111^ week.
A motor march on Miami Beach is
Wso set for Saturday as hundreds
"l J'omerancc boosters will comb
rict Five on behalf of the can
didate who recently resigned
detective on Miami Beach to make
the race for constable.
The 28 year-old Pomerance. Who
has lived in this area all his Life
t of the Miami Beach
Police Department for seven years.
| He was the first policeman to re
ceive a Courtesy Award from the
Chamber of Commerce. "His ad-
herence to police duties earned
him several citations from the OS
partment for work above and be-
I his dutie>," bia .support. -
revealed.
Pomerance is running on a "full
time officer for a full time job"
platform.
Page 9 A
Ferguson Pledges 'No Law Practice'
Thomas Ferguson is a candidate i edly handled more than 150.000
tor judge of the court of crimes, cases as judge of the small claims
l-crgu.snn this week told a group' ....
of supporters that he will devote
in entire time to the duties of the
office "and not engage in the pri-
practice of law."
The 52-year-old candidate, a res-
ident of Mami for 32 years, report- a hearing." Ferguson said.
"I shall change present order
and practice of the court which
requires defendants to remain in
jail for at least five days before
Mrs. Sutton Seeks
Refection Here
Again a candidate for the peace
justice position vacated by the
death of her husband in 1951 is
Mrs. Ruth Linder Sutton, Coral
Gables.
Mrs. Sutton will be a candidate
in the May Democratic primary
election for her second four-year
term. She was elected to the post
in 1952 after serving 11 months of
the unexpired term of her hus-
band. O. B. Sutton, who died Feb.
7, 1951, of a heart attack.
The Coral Gables mother, who
devotes full time to her justice of
the peace duties in District 3, cal-
culates she has heard 4,000 civil
and 3,000 criminal cases to date.
She has been a resident of Dade
county more than 25 years. She
received her AB degree from Uni-
versity of Miami, and taught in
Dade county public schools for
seven years.
She is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Oscar Linder, of Coral Ga-
bles. Mrs. Sutton's children are
Betty. 18, Bill, 17, and Bob, 14.
She has been active in civic and
welfare work in the Coral Gables
area for many years, is a member
of the Coral Gables First Metho-
i dist Church, Soroptomist Club,
! Delta Gamma fraternity and PTA
I groups.
District 3 area includes Coral
Gables. Miami south of SW Eighth
st Rockdale, and the south and
west parts of Dade county 40 miles
out the Tamiami Trail.
BETHENCOURT for a BETTER COURT
Justice of the
Peace
District No. 1
Lever 40-A
Immediate PEACE
BOND HEARINGS
Night Court
Trials without delay
THESE ARE THE SERVICES YOU ARE ENTITLED TO.
THESE ARE THE SERVICES YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING.
THESE ARE THE SERVICES I WILL BRING YOU.
(I'd. Pol Adv.)
4
4
"What the mouth hath spoken
twenty oxen cannot pull back"
. anon.
and State Representative John B. Orr, Jr.,
Cannot Pull Back His Words ...
7. Advocating Immediate Integration of White and Negro Children in
our Public Schools.
2. Supporting the '7-Senator Plan" which would reduce Dade County's
proportionate representation in our State Senate to that of Okee-
chobee County with 3500 people.
3. That he is "looking for new sources of revenue to tap."
4. Nor can he pull back the words of the "Daily Worker," newspaper
recently seized by the U.S. Government, praising Mr. Orr in this
manner: "He opposed condemning Communists for teaching or
advocating ideas." (Issue of Sept. 16,1954, after his election!)
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INTEGRATION IN OUR PUBLIC
SCHOOLS.
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES THE "67.8ENATOR PLAN."
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INCREASED TAXES.
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES AIR AND GUIDANCE TO MEMBERS
OF ORGANIZATIONS CITED AS SUBVERSIVE. (Mr. Orr has
been attorney for such an admitted memberDade County Ch. Case
No. 135756.)
JO BURTON THORNAl OPPOSES 10HN ORR F0* DAOt COUNTY
M.etmH Be Certain !
Vote for BURTON
Thornal
for STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group Two
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
The Aviation Industry
Employed 20,000 people last year
in Dade County contributed $130,000,000.00 to
our economy
County Commissioner I. D. Mac VICAR
For the past 10 years Commissioner Mac Vicar has been very instru-
mental in improving and expanding Miami International Airport and
helping the industry grow. The Airport is rated one of the top three
airports in the country. As Chairman of the Port Authority, he has
aided and wiH continue to aid this vital industry.
"DON'T BACKTRACK. BACK MAC"
PULL LEVER 27-A
RE-ELECT I. D. MacVICAR
MM Pol, A'lv )


Page 10 A
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Frid
MiB/NA GROSSMAX
^Aj
THE ODYSSEY OF AN AMERICAN ZIONIST. Fifty Year* pf Zionist
History. By Julius Haber. With an Introduction by Louis Lipsky.
415 pp. Now York: Twayne Publishers. S6.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
AN OLD, OLD story, this. Nearly two thousand years in the wail-
ing and praying for it. and a scant eight years for the telling of it. It la
little wonder, then, that those who had the greatest hand in the estab-
lishment of Eretz Yisrael should want to recount, over and over again,
the end of a people's yearning. But I venture bo -ay that the -'"'> "'
Zionism and the road to Statehood has never been told in quite this
May. The previous books which have dealt with this theme have con-
cerned themselves mainly with chronicling Zionism through the con
tributions made to it by a single individual; I am reminded particularly
of the late Ludwig Lewisohn's "Theodor Her/1." and Norman Bentwich'l
excellent "For Zion's Sake: A Biography of Judah L. Magnets," and
perhaps one ought to include "Ben-Gurion of Israel," by Burnet Lit-
vinoff, which, if not of quite the same fundamentals, nevertheless over-
laps in many places.
Mr. Haber's book, however, presents the whole fascinating picture
of Zionism from both inside and outside the frame, as it were, as both
participant and spectator. Louis Lipsky has this to say of Julius Haber.
in his introduction:
Haber himself i* something of a phenomenon. Never 4 "profes-
sional ZiONMt, he managed by a strange divination to he
present SI mj'i\ of the utal events in Ziowm history, and his
OWn partuipation as a Contributor, SI a fundraiser as a pioneer
m man\ significant phases of IfrSfl s del elopment tflOMfh
modestly presented are in themseli es ti significant part of Amtn-
id'i Zionum'a contributions to the establishment of the State
of Israel.
To which it might be added that had Mr Haber gone about with note-
book and pen in hand, it is doubtful whether he could have been more
inclusive. He seems to be blessed with both the historian's eye for
incident and the DOvelisfl feeling for the moment's emotion: he has
the knack of lifting out an anecdote, or a vignette, of spinning it alive
with words, and somehow investing it with all the meaning and sym-
bolism which it once had. and which time had eroded. Thus, to take
only one instance, in the portrait of Naphthali Herz Imber. the strange
and tragic poet who wrote the word* for "Hatikvah." is implicit a whole
feeling about Zionism and the way it could transcend differences
a feeling which final success has greatly weakened in all but a very' few.
Or an anecdote ot Palestine in 1909: "One morning I emerged from
my small hotel in Jaffa and noticed a swarm of young men standing
about idly in the street. What are they all doing?" I asked a passerby.
'They're writers." he told me. 'What! So many wTiters in such a small
country'' I exclaimed 'What does Palestine need with them all?'
11-.n't worry, said my informant, 'they serve an important purpose.
They write home for mone>.....
In a few sentences Mr. Haber can evoke not only the fact and
temper ol the time, but the characters of the men who held the reins
the last fifty years and allowing him to see, not only the main roads of
Zionism running like clear ribbons beneath him. but also the hundreds
11 -mall pathways along which people moved to throw their strength
behind the dream.
I cannot stress enough how important it was that a book like this
be written, not only for those of us to whom the beginning of Zionism
seem shrouded in a past nearly BJ remote as the beginnings of the
Diaspora, but for those honored Jews who took part, in however small
a way. in the establishment of Israel. And for those yet to come (for
good books live much longer than people) who will want to know what
manner of Jews could wrench the pattern of centuries and transform
' So be it" into "So is it."
SAUL CARSOX
The West is Alerted Now That Nasser Threatens I
It is beginning to look as
though Col. Nasser had gone a
little bit too far in relying upon
the gullibility and eternal good
will of the Western world. And
although nothing has happened
as yet to insure the balance of
arms in the Middle East, Israelis,
this past week, were somewhat
encouraged by the apparent reali-
zation on the part of much of the
worlds press that Nasser is play-
ing a perilous and wholly dirty
game.
It is. however, somewhat an-
nexing for people here to read,
as though these facts were known
for the first time, that Nasser
is actually bent on the establish-
ment of an Arab empire in
the most literal sense of that dis-
credited noun. The ire of the
French and the seemingly consid-
erable anti-Arab sentiments of
the British now-a-days are all bas-
ed on information which has been
available to these powers for
months. But this is no time to
say "We told you so." and Israelis
have refrained from being self-
righteous despite the temptation.
The truth about Col. Nassers
revolutionary plans has been no
secret, but no one was willing to
take the danger seriously as long
as Israel, and Israel alone, was
likely to take the rap. Now that
Nasser has ventured so brazenly
into the troubled realm of North
Africa and now that it is clear
that the Soviet arms deal involves
somewhat more than the receipt
of arms, the Western powers
COt. NASSEI
. ft* holds cards
Dag Hammarskjoid-Man Behind the United Nations Mission
United Nations
Unnoticed went the personal significance to Dag
Hammarskjoid of the date when the secretary gen-
eral took off from here on his pacification mission
to the Middle East. That was on Apr. 6the vciy
day when he ended his first three years in the top
UN job since the General Assembly elected him.
When, on the recommendation of the Security-
Council, he was chosen on Apr. 7. 1953, to succeed
Trygve Lie as secretary-general. Dag Hammarskjoid
was hardly known. True, he had been here before,
acting, in 1952-53. as chairman of the Swedish Dele-
gation. But only insiders knew the quiet spoken,
medium-sized, ramrod-straight, blond man. The
world at large had barely heard of him. Three years
after being chosen for the job, the secretary-general
was off on perhaps the toughest assignment any ma J
had ever undertaken.
His job waswithout exaggerationto stop World
War 111. For that's what was brewing in the Middle
East at the moment. Unless those "Palestine" flames
were quenchedthe conflagration could embrace
the globe. It was his task to put out the "small"
fire. Not only the Pope, whom he saw in Rome three
days later, blessed the mission. Israel's benedictions
were on him too. So was the rest of the world's
yes. even the blessings of many Arabs.
The resolution authorizing his Middle East journey
had been passed by the Security Council on a Wed-
nesday. That nightwhat was Dag Hammarskjoid
doing? Pouring over reports about the troubles in
Egypt, Israel, Syria, Jordan and along the borders
where armies were ready for trouble? Conferring
with his top political advisers? Seeing, perhaps, the
delegates from Israel and the Arab states? Time
enough for those important duties. Meanwhile, a
famous Swedish singer was starring that night in a
performance at the Metropolitan Opera House. Dag
Hammarskjoid went to the opera that Wednesday
night. '
The following day. he was to meet the entire
I mtcd Nations p,( corps at 11:30 a.m. Now he
b.ves those press conferences; he is a favorite of the
press corps, and he reciprocates their faith and
their admiration. He would be questioned minutely
however, about every phase ol his mission. But be-
fore leaving his office on the 38th floor, to go to the
IT. ss ( onference room, he made a request to one
of hi> aide*. Immediately after the press confer-
ence, he would see. briefly, a minor UN official
That man is in charge of designs for new United
Nations postage stamps. There was a new stamp in
the makingMr. Hammarskjoid wanted to take one
more look at the design, wanted to make sure the
stamp had been designed exactly as he wanted it.
These two illustrations could be interpreted in
various ways. His trip to the opera, while the Middle
Last was burning, might be seen by some people as
an action verging on something between flippancy
and escape. His attention to philately on the day
of that all-important press conference might be read
as the work of a man who does not know how to
delegate authority, perhaps of a petty tyrant. But
none of these explanations is true. What his actions
do show is that Dag Hammarskjoid is a man with
a highly-organized mind, a stiff brake on emotions
a man of action who can handle first things first
matters "* resPnsibili"e* to other
Fifty years old-he was born in July. 1905-Da*
Hammarskjoid is in the very prime of his career-
intellectual ly, artistically, physically. All three of
those qualities go to make up the political man. the
i K?/nhand ri0"1 ^ u--intellectu.T
artistic physical-he could not be the great political
man, the great statesman, that he u.
have begun at last to regard his
activities with less tolerance.
What started out to be a monu-
mentally successful job of black-
mail and coercion appears likely
to turn into something much
more serious and Nasser has
rocked his own boat by prema-
ture and careless self-confidence.
If the force of events brings
about a real offer of assistance to
Israel from the West, which is
indicated, he will have cause to
regret his lack of caution and
the all-out war in the Middle East
may be averted after all. But
even now it is not the actual right
and wrong of the Israel-Arab sit-
uation which has altered the
views of those who conduct West-
ern policy, but rather a question
of expediency and their own in-
terests. And Israel ia no securer
today than yesterday.
Arms have still not been sent
to hernor has adequate moral
support been given and until
these genuine guarantees are
forthcoming neither American
editorials nor speeches in the
House of Commons can take the
Y(
plr;;vigiiwt
u. ,he "want,,,/1
have comported
leM|y on still 1
oncp again ine
wn detrimem
,,u; "Stance to,
a ^ee hand in ,!
some solution tot
their'ar) LS a P"biie
the light of the,
derous acts of the k
derersjtnowbeeo,
they begged for 1
t-'N that Dag
nusrioa be limited
11 ought to be ej
P"t two and two
establish once and
Egypt and Syria, H
the Arab states of |
quence. are n^
menacing the worifc,
rael has declared I
ever since she wa (
years ago. It not 1
Nasser, his drpk
to persuade the
own actions and 1.
has been right alh
BMLL WOLFE -
Taxes are Joe Louis'Greatest I
On rare occasions this column
deviates from its customary re-
porting about Jews in sports to
discuss a prominent individual or
an important event close to the
hearts of all sports fans. If there
ever was a sports figure who
commanded admiration and re-
spect, he is Joe Louis. Some of
the recent events that have be-
fallen Louis are cause for the
deeDest concern.
Many Jewish fans in particular
have an admiration for Louis be-
cause of everything he stood for
in fighting discrimination. In the
period before the war, he rose
as a symbol against Hitler's op-
pression when he took on Ger-
man fighter Max Schmeling. As
fight fans will remember, Schmel-
ing had been the apple of Hitler's
eye, and the Nazis took the view
that this bout was to prove the
superiority of the master race.
For this columnist, as for many
other Jews, the victory Louis
scored was a thrilling achieve-
ment long to be remembered. It
became all the more exciting be-
cause Louis knew why he had to
beat Schmeling. It was a battle
for decency as well as a battle
in the ring.
Thus there was a note of sad-
ness in the recent news that Joe
Louis, once the great champ, had
been compelled, in order to make
money to back income tax claims
organization, to become a pro-
fessional wrestler. Those who
have seen him perform have com-
mented on the tragedy of Louis
going through this degrading
pace. It is a sad come down for
the champ.
The situation was compounded
recently in the South when Louis
found himself set <
fore an all-white
which Negroes had I
I.ouis. who said be i
this was to be the 1
want to go on with 1
However, when he)
ed by those managiy
that it wouldn't I
went on. Afterward,]
bad about it, that 1
for money, he dot
to the National
the Advancement 0
pie. He also put
and said that fron 1
of the first question I
in the South is wo
would be permitted i
ence, and he would 1
otherwise.
This is as it so
what emerges from I
not very pretty
man who is one of I
fighters ever to step I
in our own country!
in the world. Betas
factors, including
commercialism of
which everyone aril
owns a piece of a:
directly or indirectly,]
finds himself broke 1
ison to the taxes Ik |
claims he owes.
Wouldn't it shot 1
gratitude to this
the government went
ing after him'
tax department els
owes doesn't seen
price of seeing him I
on a canvas gruntnaj l
ing in an effort tor
anything, this cM*
debt to Joe lm
measured in dollars'
HERHKRT G. WWT
MGM's Julie' is Now Being Filr
Hollywood
For the past four weeks, the
author of this column has been
traveling up and down the Pa-
cific Coast, attached to the pro-
duction unit of -Julie." a forth-
coming MGM feature, being film-
ed on location only without the
use of a tingle studio act
This is the second production
for Marty Melcher, a Jewish boy
from North Adams, Mass., who
made good in the music publish-
ing field before he was 30. Melch-
er previously guided "The Young
at Heart," a Warner feature.

production of "J*j|
Brethren." an *^
spectacle. and <
Motion Picture i
19M United Je^J1
campaign. Our i
majors u
well
have devoted I
and effort in W
ing film fw* *,
contributions
country. f ,
Albert Ban* J"'
Jewish painter **
rently engaged'
Jerry Wald. the bulky, Jovial release V^^i
Columbia Pictures executive, national. I"
keeps pretty busy theee days, di-
viding his activities between the
back, what
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Mitzvcl,
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W illl
AfdihofSJ
[ju;, son of Mr. and
Feigenbaum, will
his Bar Mitzvah at
nanu El Saturday,
fRabbi Irving Lehrman
ite. Robert is an
ade student at Nauti-
: High and attends the
lEmanu El religious
Ihasan Will
Mitzvah
basan. son of Mr. and
ur Chasan. will celebrate
vah a! the Coral Oables
fcnter Satunlay. Apr. 28.
; Skop and f'antor Irv-
i will officiate.
la seventh yrade student
He Leon Junior High and
|ber of the hand. Alan
ded Hebrew school at
r for the past three years.
the Bar Mitzvah from
will he hi> grandpar-
land Mrs Jacob Lubroth,
\ Mrs. Morton Rosanoff,
his aunt: Mr. and Mrs.
ubroth. aunt and uncle:
*. Phil Schor, aunt and
ds, Mr. and Mrs. Lou
fchnstown. Pa and his
Mr. and Mrs. Saul
bwood, Fla.
p will be held that evc-
Bme.

Ardmore
Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph LefJt. will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El Saturday, Apr. 28. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Roger is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
and attends the Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
Bargtetl
ALAN CHASAN
ft Congress
id in Israel
hd from Page ] A
attendoi by 150 dele-
'all p;irs ol iho world.
Ildmann .., ested the
l< the 'double -hekH"
f\ dou,l- indentation
\ les ;,t Hie World
Wjess. ii, also urRcd
[ territorial Zionist or-
'' m countries outside
'lie Mmulianeous main-
. identity (,t the various
JM'Ml groups. He warm-
le recruitment of non-
> the Jewish Agency.
w to relations between
|2'onist movement and
'oldmann suggested
rt">g coordinating com-
mittee, which is composed of rep-
i resentatives of the two, should es-
tablish a permanent institution to
deal with economic and political
issues.
The delegate^ decided unanim-
ously to postpone discussioi of
internal differences within the
Confederation until after the COB-
elusion of the Zionist Congress.
I Wednesday's ipeakera Indoded
Dr. Israel Goldstein who insisted
'on the abolition of the "double
shekel" and Dr. Peretj Bernstein,
president of the General Zionists
in Israel, who advocated a BM
between the General Zionists and
the Progressives, Mrs. Rose Hal-
perin, speaking at the opening ses-
sion, described Arab propaganda
activities in the United States and
argued vigorous counteraction. Dr.
Emanuel Neumann told the con-
ference that Israel has no dependa- <
ble allies in the East or in the J
Supporters Point to!
New Segall Record
Judue Sidney L. Sc-all. of the I
'"'' pOnty Small Claims Court '
has set snother record In reducing
""' court calendar by handling
""** -w slneehe WaslJ
P;mte,I to the positton in Septet
'*' 1965, his supporters laid
Wednesday.
The record -,t by ju,|.;e Segall
allows eases to be heard in lew
than sta weeks Until the appoint-
ment of Judge Sesall by Gov I.e-
roy Collins, cases took some six
months before they were brought
t' trial before the court.
Judge Segall. Tampa-born and a
lent of Dade county for 46
years, is now a candidate seeking
a return to the Small Claims Court
bench. .
"On my record, I ask the voters
to be my judce whether they want
me to continue serviny av then-
judge of the Small Claims Court,"
the judge has said.
Segall, a practicing attorney for
22 years, was assistant attorney
general of Florida in 1941-42, with
the U.S. Department of Justice,
1943-46, served under an honorary i
appointment without compensation'
as member of the State Improve-
ment Commission during the ad-
ministrations of former Gov. Fuller
Warren and the late Gov. Dan Mc-
carty.
His affiliations include the
Chamber of Commerce, Young
Democrat Club, Beth David, Miami
Elks lodge. He has been active in
numerous charity drives including
the Polio March of Dimes, Com-
munity Chest, American Red Cross,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
and held the post of chairman of
Dade County Outstanding Citizen-,
ship Award Committee for two
years.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189591.
UI'll" JKWIN'DS, Plaintiff,
\ s
PRBtta JBNNINGS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: pkkss ii:.\mm;s.
residence unknown
you, PRESH JENNINGS, are hereby
notified 'hat a Hill of <'ompl;unt for
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and you are required I.....rve ;> copy
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Elect
C. RAYMOND
RAY VAN
DUSEN
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
All Dade County Voters
Can Pull lever 30 B
PROVING GROUND ACTIVITIES
e President South Miami City Council, two years.
e Member. Dade County Board of Public Instruction, six years; pres-
ent chairman.
Listed in; "America's Young Men." "Who's Who Among North
American Authors." "American Men of Science," "Who's Who in
the Southwest," others.
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS
A.B.. A.M.. Doctor of Science Degrees.
e Staff Member, University of Miami, since 1946.
e Veteran, World War II, U.S. Army Reserve, 22 years,
e Lieutenant Colonel. U S.A.R. (retired),
e Former instructor U.S. Army Reserve School, Miami.
e Member. Third Army Advisory Board; American Legion, Harvey
Seeds Post.
Member. Dade County Crime Commission.
e Board Member. Dade County Board of Health.
e Board Member, Crippled Children* Association, Multiple Sclerosis
Society, Miami Hearing Society.
Age 47, married, one daughter, Susan Van Dusen.
PLATFORM
In keeping with the ability of the taxpayers to supply the funds, will
promote further development of roads and traffic aids; surface, air
and water transportation: hospital and welfare facilities.
e Further development of Medical School.
Cooperation with medical authorities in the development of a great
medical center.
e Improve relations with Latin American nations,
e Development of farming areas in Dadetrie richest in Florida,
e Promotion of recreation centers and activities which develop youth
e and curb Juvenile delinquency.
e Forward-looking plans and zoning policies in keeping with growth
pattern.
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4
"Your Vote Appreciated May IP
i IM l',.l. Alv I
West, except the Jewish people.
IKSAGE TO THE VOTERS:
Elect Louis Shafkin
Constable District 5
* I have served on the M. B. Plan-
ning Board for 7 years (chair-
man pest 3 years).
* I have mat and planned with of-
ficials in all of the communities
in tha 5th District.
* I know tha area, tha people and
tha community problems.
* I believe I can be of real service
to you.
Pud Lever 42-B
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CHARLES
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Hall
FOR AN INVESTMENT
IN YOUR FUTURE!
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The Queen Mary is scheduled to leave Gotham
Town's fabulous harbor on the Hudson May 9.
When the sleek ship takes off, two ol the passen-
gers aboard will be Mr. and M. Max Schwartz, of
620 51st st.. Miami Beach. .
The Schwartxe* plan to be abroad for ten weeks.
Returning to the States from Europe, they'll go to
for (he July 29 Drake hotel wedding of their granddaugh-
fcftM Schwartz, of 107 W. Rlvo Alto dr.....
li Rom, incidentally.-met fiance Ronnie Berger while both
rodents al the University of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz
Ln remain in Chicago for the Democratic national conven-
ihere Max will be an assistant sergeant-at-arms.
f>
Leaking of the Windy City, the Arnold Saadars, of Jefferson
Uui visit there before returning to Miami Beach and prepara-
vr their upcoming two and a half month tour of Europe.
ht,$d,r >hodu,ed itinerary includes England, Spain, Italy,
Switzerland and Israel. .
Jicr Covetous Note on .Tours Abroad: Pine Tree dr. cir.'s
tllrs. Jack Carnar are planning a Scandinavian cruise as a
He to traveling in Europe. Before taking off, however, the
will visit sons Stephen and Richard in Larchmont, N.Y.
I return here in the fall.
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jst bk news about beloved Jannia Grossinger was the story
iing the Fight for Sight" award given her in New York by
ijional Council to Combat Blindness in recognition of Jennie's
, in behalf ui the blind. .
j hand at the occasion were Uam Debbie Reynolds and Eddie
. Her friends are now hoping that Jennie's trip last week to
j.ul in Durham, N.C., was only for a checkup.
>>_ ; will be a busy day Saturday at the 6465 Pine Tree dr. cir.
|d Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rubin. .
i that day. friends will be in for a cocktail party and dinner
i in the Robin home. This affair, incidentally, follows on the
l of a games party recently given by nine-year-old daughter
i Lynn. ..
atest word is that Mr. and Mrs. Rubin will go to Gotham Town
be to see Sandra off at camp. The Rubins will then return to
i the summer at their Eden Roc cabana.
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eaking of young hostessesthe sweet sixteen birthday party
by Joan Btnkowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Benkowitz,
icir Dayton i.i rd. home. Joan entertained about 80 friends,
[out-of-town guests including her aunt and uncle, the Jamas I.
p, of New York. .
|ryn Beth Tashman celebrated her tenth birthday with a
ft party at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
bn, 3551 SW 3rd ave., last week. .
|The daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Taahman was host to Olivia
n, Barbara Podell, Audrey Kline, Susan Hamersmith, Nancy
bn, Susan Johnson, Gary Lobel, Michel* Masada, Joan Kohlen-
Patty Hewett, Bonnie Bramson, Philip Hamersmith and
Lubel.
lack to the Jack Camera: Their magnificent terrace was the
aturday of dinner and cocktails, with Mrs. Baron da Hirsch
Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Simon Rubin assisting as
sses...
uest list inrluded socialites Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
*nd Mrs. Max Orovitz, the Dan B. Ruskins, Carl Weinkles,
rd Wiens, Sam Blanks, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Falk, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacobs, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik and Col. and Mrs. Jacob
l. Arvey, whose life story is currently being serialized in
Itah Floridian, later flew to Washington's Mayflower hotel
nportant business) .
ita on hand to greet the Carriers' houseguest. Leonard Prose,
** York, were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bresky, of Boston. Mr. and
Samuel Keywell, Detroit, the Ellis Gimbals, Mr. and Mrs.
y Myers, the Samuel Rosts and Morris Goodmans. .
Mming in for special admiration were the many objects d'arts
1 down by the Corners from their estate in Rye, N.Y.
fates on the "Local" Travel Front: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Low
[wad a 35-coupie delegation from the Miami Beach Optimist
fto the May convention in Havana of the fourth district. Mana-
p the Cadillac hotel, Jack is Beach Optimist president. .
nd Mrs. Meyer Eggnatx spent the weekend in Boston. Mrs.
J "s president-elect of ML Sinai Women's Auxiliary. She
*ds Mrs. Louis Glasser. .
*n from New York is Mrs. Ban Steinberg, resting here at
woe of her sister, Mrs. Sidney Goldberg, 4010 N. Meridian
\ following a trip to Europe. .
""so Gotham Town visitors have been Mr. and Mrs. David
'beingentertained by the Newt HoJstedters at the Balmoral.
Mrs. Singer were on the last stop of their Jamaica honey-
e returning home.
Jf Births and Birthdays: Mr. and Mrs. Al Laurence are the
^Parents of new arrival Judy Kim. She's the former Frances
toni!? M"' **"** Serotta's son. Richard, celebrated his
wnnday with members of his kindergsrten class.
"^Herbert Gutmen, Mrs. Louis A. GWney and Mrs. Stanley
fcttinT hosteM t a luncheon in the Eden Bee May 5. .
r 'me ls noon .. sayg 0|eir c(ever invitat|on_jn honor of Derby
awsville, Ky., which occurs on the same date. .
dway and shopping were the program of the Albart
aur'ng their Gotham Town visit. .
^P'ros are now at home at 5325 LaGorce dr.
^leiiwslUEIladldi[giiR
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 27. 1956
Section B
COST Of NEW THERAPY ROOM 10 BE $10,00}
Jewish Home of Aged Auxiliary Will Honor Mrs. Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman examine entrance to new Mollie
and Sol Silverman Physical Therapy Room at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
A dedicated Greater Miami com-
munity worker and her husband
will be honored at a dinner dance
Monday evening, Apr. 30, in the
Ruhaiyat room of the Algiers hotel.
The couple came here from To-
ledo, O., in May, 1946. They had
chosen Miami as their new home
following the death of their only
son, who was killed in France dur-
ing World War II.
Prior to their arrival in this
community, they were active in
Toledo's philanthropic and civic
affairs. The devoted woman work-
er had helped organize an aged
home there.
It was Mrs. Sol Silverman's ener-
getic role in that project that de-
cided her joining into the pro-
grams of what was then Miami's
new Jewish Home for the Aged.
Since that time, her untiring ef-
forts and gracious and cheerful
willingness to direct and execute
the various projects of the organ-
ization have resulted in the phe-
nomenal growth of the Greater Mi-
ami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish
Home for the Aged, to a member-
ship today of some 2,000.
It is this women's group which
will honor Mrs. Silverman and her
husband Monday evening. Expect-
ed to attend are officers and di-
rectors of the parent body, who
will pay tribute to the four-times
president of the Auxiliary.
In positive fashion, the tribute
will take form in the dedication
of a Mollie and Sol Silverman
Physical Therapy Room, which is
subsequently to be set aside at the
Home, 151 NE 52nd st., for the
exclusive use of residents in need
of therapy treatment.
Some 500 persons are expected
to witness the event. Cost of the
room, which is estimated at
$10,000. will be raised by the Wo-
men's Auxiliary in Mr. and Mrs.
Silverman's honor.
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary annually contributes
SI8.000 to defray the Home's oper-
ational expense. In addition, the
Auxiliary takes care of additional
costssuch as special medication
for residents, artificial limbs, eye
glasses and occupational therapy
treatment.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum and Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag.
HATS ON as Mrs. Dave Levinson (left), chairman of "Mad
Hatters" tea party of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood set for Fri-
day at Algiers hotel gets fitted for her chapeau by program
chairman Mrs. Jules Channing. Sisterhood president Mrs.
Irving Cypen expects some 200 women at tea, which will fea-
ture a millinery fashion show by Jordan Marsh.
Proceeds for Children
Dinner dance at the Colony res-
taurant was held by Lorber chap-
ter of the Jewish National Home
for Asthmatic Children Sunday.
Co-chairmen of the affair were
Mrs. Aaron U. Resnick and Mrs.
Marvin Kuperman. All proceeds
go to the Asthmatic Children's
Home in Denver.
Outstanding Leaders Pay Tribute to Mrs. Selig at Bond Fete
Greater Miami Jewry paid over-
whelming tribute to Mrs. Monte
Selig last Thursday at the Eden
Roc hotel. The former chairman
of the women's division of the
Greater Miami committee for State
of Israel Bonds was feted at the
annual luncheon of the local chap-
ter of the Sponsors of Israel, head-
ed by Mrs. Sam Rost.
Mrs. Selig was presented with a
mahogany plaque on which was en-
graved in gold the map of the State
of Israel. She was cited for "Out-
standing service to Israel through
leadership in the Israel Bonds or:
ganization in 1954 and 1955."
Mrs. Selig accepted the plaque
from Jacob Sher. bonds chairman
Mrs. Sarah Czech presented Mrs.
Selig with a check for $9,000,
which made her a Trustee of Israel
for 1956. Mrs. Czech previously
had enrolled as a Sponsor, but an-
nounced she was reenrolling as a
Trustee "because of the dire need
for immediate aid to be rushed to
Israel." Mrs. Czech was one of the
first woman Trustees in the United
States in 1954. She joins Mrs.
Frances N. Rubin as a 1956 Trus-
tee.
Mrs. Esther Singer, another
former Trustee, announced she too
will become a Trustee in honor of
Mrs. Selig. Mrs. Max Weitz served
as program chairman, Mrs. Charles
Ratner gave the invocation, Mrs.
Jacob Sher served as chairman of
hostesses, and city manager Sidney
Glazier welcomed the almost 200
women who attended.
Miss Lillian Goodman and Mrs.
Abraham Kasow, vice chairmen of
the women's division, arranged for
numerous organizational presi-
dents to join in the tribute to Mrs.
Selig, who has a long record of
service to the Jewish Home for the
Aged, United Jewish Appeal,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
as well as sparking the Israel
Bonds campaign.
Miss Regina Resnik, Metropoli-
tan Opera soloist, sang several
numbers, including Hebrew songs.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers said
results of the Sponsors' function,
added to the recent Chen awards
brunch, have "gotten the women of
Greater Miami off to a fine start
for 1956."


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Incentive for Israel-Style Menus
By LEAH LEONARD
Israel Independence Day is dnr
lire month of April. LajfS make
special occasion in our own
I imcs by serving something tooth-
some from the culinary depart-
meat of Israeli homes. We're sure
II want to repeat the following:
"HOT" FALAFEL
4 cup.s tnick puree ol cooked or
canned chick pea> (Nahit or
Nahut)
1 teaspoon salt
'j teaspoon white pepper
i teaspoon red pepper or 1
mashed hot red pepper
(fresh or canned i
teaspoon mixed herbs (basil,
majoram. thyme, etc )
'4 cup fine cracker or bread
crumbs
4 egga
4 tablespoons melted vegetable
shortening or olive oil
(Tahini)
1 cup additional fine cruml>
Deep melted shortening or oil
for frying
Canned chick pea- may he drain-'
ed then mashed. Or. soak dry,
thick peaa overnight in cold water
to cover Drain and rm>e Add
cold water to cover and cook till
tender enough to ma-h between
thumb and forefinger. I sing a'
Bikur Cholem Picks
Officers at Meeting
Mrs Morn- Zitter has been
elected honorary president of
Bikur Cheieiti Canvaleecaal Home
i I Greater Miami at a meeting this
.. eek
Other ollicers named include the
Me.-oame- Isidor Cohen, president:
Vickie Roe. Milton Yaffe. M Fish-
ier. B Petter. A. Kugler, Hel-
en Homatein, Eva I.e..p..id. Ida'
Mom and A Brenner, vice presi-
dent-.
Mr- Harry Elnhern and Morris
Zitter. trea-urei; Mrs. Louis Rogo-
\in and C. Ilouser, financial secre-,
tery; Mr-. Max Sirot, recording sec-'
retary; Mr- Ban Block, eorrea-
pondinjj secretary: Mrs Sadie
Weiaeman, Alfred Leaner, Mrs p,
I.i-en-tein and Mrs. Zitter. trus
tees.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Kay Shapiro, Dora Cohen.
Albert Klein. Abraham Kugler.
Nathan Roth. Anna Wexler. Sadie
Roach, Sara Rosin and Bertha
Broudan.
Other- art Mr-. Vickie Roe. pub-
licit) chairman. Mr- Sara K"--
tun parliamentarian: Mr- Sonia
Weiss, entertainment; Harold
lurk Joel P. Newman and Nor-
decai Roach, legal advisory; Drs
Stanley Frehling. George Einhorn.
Harold Kaufman and Gordon Km
horn, modical advisory.
Installation luncheon will be
Monday, May 14. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg, of Beth David Congre-
gation, will be installing eifieer.
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pressure cooker lessens cooking
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pink detergent into hot water and
you're ready to clean your pots
and pans, dishes, silverware and
glassware.
Vel Pink Liquid Detergent is
Kosher and Parve. produced under
the supervision of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, and you can use it for
your meat as well as your dairy
things. Look for the "T" on the
can. Vel Pink Liquid Detergent
does not contain any alkali and is
kind to your hands It will help
keep them soft and tender.
Vel Pink Liquid Detergent is
produced by the Colgate-Palmolive
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bungs you such other fine prod-
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Dental Cream. Veto. Palmolive
Soap. Rapid Shave and many
others
put tlirou.li the fine I your
ipper to form a thick
puree {Or, ni.isli with a sJtlBBI
Ad.I tall "ml oilier BBawin
tn taste Stir in ciuinls and eggs
mixii till i eompad no i
I,,i med then work in the 4 tablet
I spoons ot shortening or oil. Form
into : Inch "Angara" bj roll
between palms rinse should
not be more than an inch thick,
Ro|| each in crumbs and place ot
cookie sheet nr large platter.
hen all are formed, drop one
I at a time into hot melted shorten-
ing or oil (preferably in a frying
basket) with the melted shorten-
ing at least deep enough to boil
up over the 'fingers" or Falafel.
Fr> till nicely browned. Lift out
and drain well Serve hot. (Can be
re-heated in oven if desired.)
In Israel these are served in
much the same way "hot dogs"
are eaten in this countrytucked
into a slit roll.
(American Version)
Substitute 'i cup sugar for the
whit* end "hot pepper" in the
recipe above. Add 1 teaspoon mix
ed sweet herbs (thyme, marjoram,
basil, etc.
We have received several re-
igain t.i add some helpful
i lalta tor the guldanee
urn home makers. So. ladle-
c add the following to your
repertoire and the host of luck to
all of you !
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Phonos: JE 8-2205
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feminine fain On the JKomefront
w Academy Women fleet Mrs. Appel as President
Page 3B
Benjamin Appel, active
MBity worker, has been unan-1
1 elected to the presidency j
Hebrew Academy Women at
jpail meeting this week at the
ihotel. .
Appel was co-chairman of
ELderiy's annual dinner rn
* tt As a vice president of
Academy Women, she was
nan of the membership
l#f the founders of the Jew-
tane for the Aged and presi-
f its Auxiliary for three
the is now an honorary
lenTof that institution. She
jtiy serving on the admis-1
"committee of the Home and
this position since the |
we was wganized.
Appel Was recently chosen
the".iliilim Mf\
j secretary of tl
Jewish Wumcn's^Organiza-
[i'Dade and Browird coue-jopary vice ; presidents; Mdore
^--gether 1th her tai*T>anri,'-c;p,,ltT,r. josepb Rackovsky, Jerry
also a founder of Temple Sussman, AJtftnder Gros, anil
Sholom in 1941. ^ ^ ._foo6eph Shapiro. vice presidents.
,. Appel suorfe'
' ouiSoiiiijTlirii
j Sisterhood-Sponsored School
treasurer; Jacob Katz. financial W0W ^Cttpfmg Registration
ZE&ttS^""^} S*** of the Coral Gables
i7SD'V't '; Cu0rr!SPnd- Jewish Centcr announced Wednes-
"slant .: nSaTel Farber- as-,dav tht registration is now being
BenJaminTo.T Kng SeCrCtary: ,akcn for its nursery-kindergarten
SarmurMre,GLreVegCerne: M "" *"h" ^
secretary; Jonah Caplan.
and Abraham Margel,
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
STRONGER Yet SAFER,
MS. BtttjA
'ifrtrj
tyora
e Bfres ja"mc*sj|Ale|j Msjlcr.
eral
chaplain
registrar.
Trustees are the Mesdames Sam-
uel Cohen. Irving Lehrman. Irwin
Makovsky. Louis Makovsky and
Alfred Stone.
Named to the board of directors
were:
Th<- Mesdames Mrs it 1 Rln'W
Molph i:i:.nk. HylvU Brown, Paulino
I lllll. Morns .-II. II. Mill |.n I I,-1,||.
*or, Mnrrli Dubler, Herman Blsen
bepr. William aVrr, Jack Fonster-
ii,mi. Harry Fields, Mala QluckHtadt,
Charles li F< h. iitiii.in. 1..1H, DutKteln,
Samuel I.....ha. William Keaaelman,
Aon.ri m.\ i..iiirj Mno Rose [bel.
ter.
"The school offers the child a
well-balanced program of music,
I arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor
play, movies and American and
Jewish holiday lore," the announce-
ment said.
The kindergarten "has a well-
planned readiness program which
prepares the child for first graae."
ANACIII
Won't Up*at Tho Stomach
Anscin* not only gives ilrongr,
tMtc relief from pain of headache
Ot la alio o*/er. Won't upet tho
tormach and haa no bad effects. Voa
see. Anacin is like a doctor'a pro*
aoription. That ii, Anacin contain
not just oao but a ombinatin of
medically pre* en, active ingredients.
Scientific research has proved
ornf to drug can give such itronr yet
ouch safe relief as Anacia TaeeaU.
Maurice Mamches,
er officers' named at the an-
[meeting were the Mesdames
Ly Rubinowitz. honorary life
dent; Irving Firtel, honorary
ent, David S. Andron, honor-
[life flee president; Harry
Alexander Kogan, Samuel
kiard and Louis Sussman, hon-
(hetit
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make the cake I
Th|. Mi
Morris I! Martin Hart Mason, Henry
hanxky. Ptoimle Rubin, Rachel
Snkowlu, Hain Hellaman, Hvinmi
Sandier, Ted Relevan, Edna Kelts,
Miriam P.n >*nt* ,rr. Henrj WernlcH,
Hamuel Wolfe, Daniel yodlln, Kllaa
RoHch. M. Roaenhouao, ll.innah
liniai) Mini Ida vl at -
&iyirir
Albert Pallot^Jocal attorney and
vice president of District Grand
lodge 5.
Arrangements are by Mrs. Sid-
ney Haskoe and Samuel Nieberg,
co-chairmen. Committee consists
of Mrs. Samuel Meyers. Mrs. Sol
Rappaport, Sidney Haskoe and Wil-
liam Hechler. Master of cere-
monies will be Mrs. William Hech-
ler.

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Mrs. Nieberg Will
fie Installed Here
B'nai B'rfth lodge 1682 of Coral
Gables and B'nai B'rith Women of
Coral Gables will have their joint;
installation dinner dance Sunday.
evening at the Nautilus hotel.
Mrs. Samuel Nieberg will be-
come president of the women's.
group, and Sol Rappaport will head
the men's lodge. Guest speaker
and installing officer will be E. j
HAUOLD PONT ond IRVIN GORDON
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OrlN HOUSE WEDDINGS MR
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Representative
Group 2
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To Install Officers
r-W*
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Far the entire Family .
A Selection ler Every***
$195 none higher
B'nai Brilh Women of
will have their installation lunch
run Tuesday noos. May k in the
Starlieht room of tb^f^fff
race hotel.
Mrs. Murray M QladataD* will
' succeed Mrs. MuTaj* I*zaruf- as
president of the. chapter,*'! .. Is .1
Mrs. Gerald Soltz will install of-
ficers Rill Han*-. Miami Daily,
News columnist, will be guest |
j speaker.
On the entertainment program
will he Miss Carol Kratish and Miss
Sheila Katzman. Mrs. Louis August
'and Mrs. Philip Rand are co-chair-
men.
Other officers to be installed are
the Mesdames Stephanie Klein,
George I.iebman and David Hess,
vice presidents: Philip Rand, re-
cording secretary; Nathan Spiegel-
j man. treasurer; Nathan Levine, fi-
nancial secretary.
The Medames Harry Lackey, cor-
responding secretary; David Ven-
der, administrative secretary; Eva
jTaub. guardian; Betty Birchansky.
sentinel: Ben Slutsky. historian;
jAbe Aronovitz, parliamentarian;
and Murray I^azarus. counselor.
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Pioneer Women
In Functions
Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president of
cluh II. Pioneer Women, has an-
nounced that Mrs I. Katz will re-
ceive the 'Mother of the Yi'ir"
award at an annual Mother's Day
celebration. May 6. in the DiLido
hotel.
Mrs William Malmurh is chair-
man. Cultural program will be by
Minnie Shubow and Zelda Ueb-
man. Guest speaker will be Rose
Lipson. Hebrew teacher at Temrle
Ufrlh Sholom.
Proceeds are for children's insti
tut ions sponsored by the local Pio
neer Women Council.

Golda Myerson club held a card
party Tuesday at Beth Kl Congre-
gation. Chairman was Mrs. Rose
Cerstcin. and co-chairman was Mrs
Bess Epstein. Club president is
Mrs, Sonfa Robbins.
IkOlAV-^N,
TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGH
7-COURSE DINNER
STRICTLY KOSHER
with Sacramental Wins
ITT $
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Chicago Club Will Meet
Regular meeting of the Chicago
club of Greater Miami will take
lace on Sunday evening in the
Seville hotel Electuin of officers
is scheduled.
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WR. MH MFERXtK StTi
jnTleft to right) are the Mesdames
Rteckter, Daniel Neal Heller, Charles
Allied Berman, Harry Tischler and
San Roihstein. Seated are the Mes-
dames Samuel Kupperman. chairman of the
installation brunch, Irving Sussman. Victor
Segal, Nat Robbins and Samuel Pollack.

New Florida ORT Region Installed Here
^Newty organized southeast Florida region of Women's American
MMnslall-i ljust weekly.Mrs. Victor Segal, of Philadelphia.
WBBKttKmmBUKm <^T- at a mee0*S in the Shelborne
The newly elected officers represent the four chapters m Dade
county Greater Miami, Miami Beach, North Dade and Coral Gables.
Named president was Mrs. Irving Sussman. Others are the Mes-
dames Daniel- Neal Heller. Norman Rothstein, Nat Robbins and Harry
Tischler, vice presidents; Alfred Berman, financial secretary.
The Mesdames Max Deckter, corresponding secretary; Charles
Greene, recording secretary; Samuel Ehrlich, treasurer; and Samuel
Pollack, parliamentarian.
\
ms. PHILIP STAM
ir Roil Members
[be Feted by ORT
p. Philip Stark is chairman of
kcter Miami chapter. Women's
pcan ORT affair, and she will
pt gold pins to honor roll
nti.
station will be made at the
t roll luncheon Tuesday noon,
h. in the Imperial room of the
ly Plara hotel.
|Kii Beach afternoon chapter,
Dade chapter and Coral
ff chapter are all combining
I efforts for the function.
Itertainment will be provided
|Fne Levin. Ruth Wilks, Edith
Ml and Mildred Zeitzu.
Mizrachi Women to
Fete Mrs. Schechter
Miami Beach chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will honor Mrs. Betty
Schechter for "her outstanding ac-1
tivity in behalf of Mizrachi" on |
Monday noon. Apr. 30, at the
Blackstone hotel.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Ja-
| cob Congregation, will be guest
j speaker. Chairman of the affair
is Mrs. Rose Mastow. On the com-
mittee are Mrs. Edna Selis, Mrs.
| Rose Lustig. Mrs. Ida Wessel and
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Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. famous Miami Beach and New York
notel woman, is congratulated by movie star Debbie Reynolds
and her husband, songster Eddie Fisher, at the Waldorf-
Astoria hotel in New York City, after Mrs. Grossinaer was
ented the "Fight for Sight" award of the National Council
o Combat Blindness. The citation was made tor hat* efforts
n behclf of the blind.
FlagEer Women Will Install Officers
Mrs Htrrj llirh will b
stalled ni chairman <>i the Woaa
: the Flagler Granada
wish Commimitji Center on
eninfi :it the Center
Mrs. Hirsch to be Honored
Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women.
.11 hold a card party luncheon on
saneaday noon at the home >>1
r-. William Clem. I860 SW 4th
Mrs. Irving Hirsch will be
tonored
Donor Card Party Due
Trail Women club will hold a
( nor card party on Saturday eve-
,,i 2483 sw 8th it Mrs Law-
rence Beck is chairman of the af-
MI-.
Other officer- are first uit
chairman, Mr- Leonard Goldman;
nd vice chairman. Mrs Meyer
Brilliant, treasuier. Mr-. Michael
Shaw, recording secretary. Mrs.
Harold (ireen; ("rrespondinK sec-
retary. Mrs Kdward Peyser
Mrs. Stanley C. Meyer- will in-
tall the new officers and board
member- in an unu.-iial ceremony.
Flagler Granada choral groat), un-
der the leadership of Mrs. Paul
Draizar. will render several nu tri-
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Bath Kineth Sisterhood will hold
.1 hake -ale Monday in front of the
NW 119th st store of Kwik < bek.
Mrs. Howard Kichman heads the
committee, and all proceeds will
igo to Beth BjBMth building fund.
Hadassch Ladies
In Annual Fete
More than 800 Hadassah women
have been invited to attend the
I annual donor Luncheon of the
t, Miami chapter of Hadas-
sah. according to Mr-. Oscar S.
Sindcll. president
Ihe atfair will he held at the
Seville hotel on Monday noon and
will be dedicated to the members
df all 1* Hadassah groups whose
work throughout the year has
Bided the Hadassah chapter in ful-
filling financial committments
i narle- Auerhach. of Cleveland,
(. will be i'iie-t -peaker. He is
the author of a book on Jewish
I aw and it- intluence upon com-
mon law. entitle! "The Talmud -a
Gatwa> to the <"ommon Law."
The program win consist of a
musical drama based upon a story
by Sholem Alcichem's "The Town
of (helm" directed by Sam Hirsch,
with original miiaar by Robert
Stla--berg
"Im.V award- will l>e presented
by Mrs Samuel Sapiro. and Mrs.
Jacob I>a\is will conduct the
Calendar Year Book ceremony.
Mr- Dorothy Kneger Fink is
donor chairman, with Mrs. Harold
Melmck a- program chairman.
Mrs. Betty Feuer and Mrs. Benja-
min Wolf are in charge of arrange-
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K- Harris. Mrs. Samuel Berlin,
Mrs. Barney Modes and Mrs. John
! Porte.
Mrs. Irving i^hrman will offici-
al a- installing officer. Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers will deliver the invo-
cation.
I'losram chairman Mis LuvUt
Spector has arranged a novel
then,,- i,, ^ ,,:i> 4 |llll(.llon wuh
he them* i the Installation and
lunch a Hawaiian "Welakatiao
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[rather Singer (right) poses with Mrs. Sarah Czech and
L Miami chairman Jacob Sher at Thursday's Israel
flunchecn letinq Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. Singer an-
ted her resnrollnwnl a3 a Trustee ol Israel, men or
en who purchase at least $10,000 in Israel Bonds in one
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Mrs. Lehman Wi!i
Take Second Term
National Council of .].-
Women will have their final in<
fUHation luncheon of the year on
Wednesday. May 2. at the DiLidd
hotel.
Mr*. Jean C. Lehman will take
office as Section president for a
second term Serving with her will
be Mrs. Samuel GeitlMUl, vice pres-
ident, Mr.-. Burton Goldstein, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, corresponding secretary';
Mrs. Ben Singer, treasurer; Mrs.
Monte Selig, chairman of the nom-
inating committee.
President of the Miami Division
is Mrs. Sidney Lewis, with vice
presidents. Mrs. Robert Schwartz.
Mrs. A. L. Nadlar. Mrs. Theodore
Berman and Mrs. Harold Zeeman.
Mrs. Howard Grove heads the
Miami Beach Division as presi-
IttS. MH C. HHMAM
tppriYficwf .
ELECT
Ernest E.
; SISTRUNK
YOUR CONSTABLE
District 2
13 Years Law Enforcement
F.B.I. National
Academy Graduate
Able Honest
(M Pol. Adv.)
Superintendent
of Public
Instruction
Yonr
linnrnntee ot
The FINEST education pos-
sible for EVERY boy and
girl in Dade County.
A FULL dollar's worth of
education for fVERY tax
dollar spent.
There is no
Substitute tor
IVIIdim V
TRAILING
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LEADERSHIP
Eleet
JOE HALL
the QUALIFIED Candidate
ii'ii. Pol Adv.)
Progress
with
Jess
Re-elect
JESS
TO THE PEOPLE OF
DADE COUNTY
"/ fcove earnestly tried to bring
to my county the best in gov-
ernment. I hope that my work
he% met with your approval
ana" that you will re-elect me
County Commissioner."
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
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I. Ray Mills
Constable
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RESIDENT Of DISTRICT FOR 30 TEAKS
SOUTH OF S.W. Ilk STRUT TO
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aU* COUNTY AND DrSTtKT Tain FOD 30 YEARS,
'W C0NT NUAUT IN FURUC SERVICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT.
"uow, s0ety Director ami Chief of Patfco.
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HughW PETERS
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Aeeomplishments Not 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.
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+Jew!siincr*tion
June 10 Wedding
For Phyllis Ilene
Mrs. Frances E. Silverman, of
the Frederick hotel, announces the
engagement of her daughter. Phyl-
lis Ilene, to Samuel L. Greenfeder,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Green-
feder. 932 Lenox ave. Miss Silver-
man's father was the late Abraham
Silverman.
Bride-to-be is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School. She at-
tended the University of Miami,
where she was on the Dean's List,
secretary of the Pep club, a varsity
cheerleader and a member of Sig-
ma Lambda Phi service sorority
Mr. Greenfeder is also a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High School
He spent three years with the
< ojst Guard, received his BBA de-
cree at the University of Miami,
where he made the Deans List.
.pkI was a member of Alpha Ep-
-ilon Pi social fraternity.
He belongs to T<>a>tma.stcr> In-
ternational. Miami Beach Junior
chamber of Commerce and M.i
sons.
The couple are planning to he
married June 10 at the DiLido
hotel,
MISS PIARL HUMAN
Aid n mi e
MISS PHYLLIS SnVtKMAN
Miss Haiman Will
Live in Brooklyn
Mr and Mrs, Benjamin lie-''.
Coral Gables, announce the cnc.r.n--
nient of her Mster. pearl Haiman.
to Stanlej chi//ik New York.
Mis, Haiman is the daughter of
the late Mr and Mrs. Louis Hai-
man. Buffalo. NY.
The couple plan an Apr. 28 wed-
ding in Now York.
After the honeymoon, they will
make their home in Brooklvn.
MISS SHIILA HIKt
MISS VAltKIt SOLOMON
Double Wedding in December for Valerie and Sheila
Planning a double wedding in
December are Valerie Jean Solo-
mon and Sheila Price.
Valerie Jean is engaged to
Sheila's brother. Mel. and Sheila
is the bride-to-be of Valerie Jean's
brother, Phillip Gordon.
Mr and Mrs. Samuel B. Solomon.
500 Lakeview dr.. Miami Beach.
-re the parents of the one brother-
Bister duo. Mr. and Mrs Jack Price
4240 SW 13th tor., are parents i
the other.
The joint marriage will take
place in Detroit.
Miss Solomon and her fiance at-
tended the I'niversity of Miami
where she joined Alpha Epsilon
Phi. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon
Phi. He plans to enter the con-
struction business
Miss Price is an alumna of Mi-
ami Beach High School. Her pros-
pective bridegroom attended the
I niversity of Miami, where he be-
came a member of Alnha Fr. .i.,n
Pi. He is vice president of United
Steel Sales, Inc.. oi Detroit
June Rites for Lucille Wassell
Miss Lucille S. Wassell will
graduate, from college and be mar-
ried soon after. Her engagement
to S. Samuel Kestenman is being
announced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Myer Wassell.
The bride-to-be graduated from
Miami Beach High School She
attended the University of Ala-
bama and is graduating from Bos-
ton University in June.
She is a member of the school of
fine and applied arts, and has been
IVice president and tre; her sorority, Sigma Delta Tau. She
and her parents live at 1145 102nd
st., Miami Beach.
| Her fiance la the son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Max Kesteman, Providence,
R.I. He graduated from the Uni-
versity of Rhode Island, where he
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity.
The wedding will be June 10.
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Joseph Upton, president of Dade Federal Savin
left Miami this week to attend the annual meetin- ni8fu"Bd
Loan Bank Board in Greensboro, N.C. Follow** ,i 7*-
he will join daughter Harriet in Boston for SoDhoLl' $** *
Wellesley College Apr. 28. ^Phomore Father,!
Jimmy Gordon is at home on leave after finici.-
with the U.S. Navy in Bainbridge, Md. The T(' u ^*
Gordon, prominent civic and philanthropic workers ha "
the family's S. Miami ave. home Mav 3 fnr M,.r... *Ji"*
and |
fc home May 3 for Norfolk" V? ""H
ship. The 21-year-old will be in service for two yearV "*'*
Joseph Adolman has switched his Hollis Hills Li
Miami and a permanent setup here. Joe has open ri' res'*l,|
Commerce bldg. for his magazine subscription agency lctsiJ
Star Island home of the Alex Richardson* was the sit* l -
of a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tobias and his I
Tobias, visiting here from Hollywood. The trio left Mrwj.
to California. Henry and Harry are noted
major film studios in the movie capital.
composers assorts
Special assignment this past season for Henry Was hi*
ment directorship at the Eden Roc. Completing the sue* i
party in their honor were Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Rich.rdsL
daughter-in-law of the hosts, and the Lou Hoimartt. .
The Alex Richardson* are just back from a two-week
Mexico. .
Hasses Reveal Myra's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haas, 500
SW 64th ave., announce the en-'
gagement of their daughter, Myra,
to Martin Stein.
The couple, who met at a dance
last December, are planning an
Aug. 4 wedding at Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and a
member of the Miami Beach chap-
ter of Junior Hadassah. She is
employed with the Dade county
sheriffs department.
Her fiance, son of Mrs. Rebecca
Stein. 5760 SW 9th st.. and the
late Albert Stein, is employed with
the Dade county road patrol. A
graduate of South Side High
School, Newark, N.J., he has serv-
ed five years active duty in the
Marine Corps.
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Miss Shapiro and
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MUs Phyllis Harriet Shapiro,
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Shapiro. Lon*meadow, Mass., he-
came the Wide of Sidney Widlan,
of Miami, 'son of Mrs. Frances
Widlansky, of Miami Beach, and
the late Samuel Widlansky.
Ceremony took place in Rahhi
Leon Kronish's study at Temple
Beth Sholom on Wednesday, Apr.
18, in 2:30 p.m. rites.
Mrs. Peter Pantages, sister of
the groom, of Miami Beach, was
matron of honor. William Widlan,
of Miami, served as best man for
his brother. An intimate family
dinner followed at the Lincoln
Manor.
The bride is a graduate of High
School of Commerce in Spring-
field, Mass., and also attended Am-
erican International College in
Springfield. She was employed at
the U.S. Armory in Springfield.
Mr. Widlan attended schools in
New Jersey, received his degree
in education at Ohio State Univer-
sity and did graduate work at the
University of Miami. At present,
he is in business in Miami.
The bride selected a street
length' white and gold gown with
fitted bodice, bouffant skirt, hinh
neck and short sleeves. Her nose
veil was attached to a pink flow-
ered hat. She carried a Bible with
orchid corsage and carnations.
The couple will spend their
honeymoon touring Florida.
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Miss Sally Dawn Jordan and
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in his study at Temple I*manu-El.
The bride, who made her home
at 4430 Prairie ave., Miami Beach,
is (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Jordan. She wore a gown and
headpiece of imported blue lace
, trimmed with rosebuds and carried
v. lute orchids.
Mr. Freedman is the rod of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice .1, Freedman.
Baltimore, lid., and is associated
with Southern Wine & Spirits Co.,
in Miami.
A reception was held at the
Algiers hotel following a family
dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Freedman will live
'at 2031 N. Meridian ave., after a
honeymoon in Nassau.
Stock Market Discussed
Beth Emeth M e n's Club met
Wednesday evening at Sun City
motel. Guest speaker was Sidney
Platto. of Bache and Co., in a dis-
cussion of the stock market.
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Jewlsiiihr/dHi**)
ON MY RECORD.]
lew* you to be my j^e
you wont me to continu J
YOUR JUDGE of the iT
COURT." ^U
Ke&p Juc|3e
SIDNEY L. SEGJUI
PULL LEVER 35-B
"'' I1"!. A.!v
Women cf Southwest Miami lend their ef-
forts in the final drive to achieve the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal goal. Shown mapping
assignments to cover all Jewish residents
are 'left to right) Mrs. Milton Yaffe. Mrs.
Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Shirley Queen, Mrs.
Muray Lazarus and Hymen Chabner.
Beth Sholcm Womer
Elect Mrs Pine
Mrs Sol S I'.-' 'in dr .
Surfskl e< t( presi-
dent "l the Sisterll.....t of Temple
B< th Sholom sin' *ucceedi Mrs
Irving B. Kaplan, who has hold
office for the past two jr< an
Mrs. Pino, who has been prr-i
dent Dt the Temple's PTA for the
past two yeai i, came here in 1051
She is ;i ri.111 -v (.| \,w York, where
she graduated from New York
University. Her father, Mr Morris
Sukoff, is a prominent Jewish com
munitv leader there In St Louis
and Jamaica, N Y. the was ictive
in Sisterhood work. Ha the ,le\M-'i C.nsuirptive Relief
Society
Since her arrival in Miami Beach.
With her hu-hand and two sons.
Stephen and William. Mrs. Pine
has bean active in the work oi th,'
Temple, it> PTA ami Sisterhood.
Oth) l- Mfii era rl( cted with \ 1
Pini ire: \ ice presidents, Mm
Barry Cameron, Mrs Many w.
nreerfberg, Mr~ Louis Shapiro and
Mr- livers; recording
secretary, Mn Albert L Rosen1;
corresponding secretary, Mn Ben-
jamin Mandell; financial secret*'
i> Mrs. Irwin A. Durbin: treas
urei. Mrs. Michael Merest; chap-
I in Mrs. I.eon Kronish; social
secretary, Mrs. Samuel Kelemer.
Mrs I'ine and the other otficers
and newly elected board members
will he installed at the Si-terhmid's
annual installation luncheon on
Ma) 8 at the Algiers hotel.
Rapps Dancers to Entertain
Fred and Rheta Rapps. of the
Rheta Rapps Dance Academy, will
entertain at the annual spring hop
Saturday evening at Hialeah Mi-
ami Springs Jewish Center.
CITIZENS OF DADE COUNTY
MKKT...
Robert J.
LEWISON
Candidate tor
Judge, Small Claims Court
Resident of Dode County 26 years.
Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith (21
Active on C.J.A. Committee (lawyer's Drvfsio
Purpose, a simplified set of rules of evkJnct]
procedure so that parties may represent th
without an attorney.
Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8,1956J
THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELI
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
/ //
KEEP
ANNA BRENNER
MEYERS
On Your SCHOOL BOARD
"Reward Able and Devoted
Service"
ms. sot s. rrnt
PULL LEVER 38A
ilM I'
Ad\ )
Traditional Supper Slated
Traditional supper will be serv-
ed at the dance sponsored by the
(.olden Age Friendship club of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center on Sunday evening at 450
SW 16th ave.

vote von
l.Vli KIJAT
j JOHNSON E.
Davis
TO
YOUR LEGISLATURE
Group #1
CIVIC LEADER
'hSORE AND BETTER ROADS
WITHOUT NEW TAXATION"
PULL LEVER 14 A
A REPRESENTATIVE FOR
ALL Of BADE COUNTY
YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED"
The
SMOG
Curse of
Los Angeles
WAS produced
by
IMPROPER
ZONING!
RALPH
Fossey
has g plan
of Action
vo prevent
us from facing
this curse.
KEEP GEORGE
ROGER
Your Consfc
DISTRICT N1. 2
PULL LEVER 43-A
His Record Speeb,
DID YOU KNOW???
Your Constable. George Hoflera, hat served over 10.000 Cf
Civil Papers, and hat investigated over 150 homicidet *""]
Rogers is a gradual* of Miami Police Academy (NatM
mzed with instructors from the PBI and U of M. faculty.'
has ten years of law enforcement experience with i
record
Roger* has reeided In Dlatrtct in District 2 tor 111 )*, .
member of Masons. Shrine. Elks. Moose. D A.V., *m"""-
Dace County executive Committee and Young OtmocneHi
IlM lyL,
!
VOTE MAY 8th FOR
RALPH

FOSSEY
L
(Paid M Adv.)
Judge Francis]
Christij
JUSTICE OP THE
District No. 1
THERE IS HO JL
^_m^mmmmm FOR EX****]
Sat as Associate Judge oi the Small tie*1
Daring 19S4-19SS
PRICIWCTS 44 THROUGH 66
PULL LEVER 40 A ^
"YOU* VOTE APPHBCim
(Pd. Pol. AdO J


WiH Chair
r5 Banquet
[ Cutler, local attorney
'.officer and board
' fireat(.r Miami Jew-
yr. Center, has been
S,Val chairman for the
PttUUon.l ball to
S by the Centof on
Lhi. May I2- at /J"
L| it Ml announced by
Lsirkin. president.
highlight of the event
honoring of all past
the Jewish conimu-
j movcmcnt in the Mi-
totaling 22 in numhrr.
ulude pa-t prosidenU
Miami Jewish Com-
^r'and Its previous
Wies. the former
[0( Miami. YM-YWMA
jjch. and the Jewish
Ration, as well as the
,da Jewish Comma-
which is affiliated
A. BUDD CC/TUR
1 Cutler
in this affair I
~of the community :
ide \ir- Milton Sirkin,
t Stuart Winston. Mrs. i
jor, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
Ur.Leon Kaplan. Mrs.
| Mr. ami Mrs. Angel
jorge Pickar. Mr. and
Hugel. Irving Saal.
fits. Herman Feldman,
Sussman. I.eon Ep-
bvin .Englander. Mrs.
fnn Mrs. Samuel Zibit,
fcuel Goldstrich, Mrs.
t. Mrs. Randy Polan-
gUMkind, Mrs. Hen-
old Strumpf. Mrs. Ray
Lax. Robert Brown.
Lou Bush, Mrs.
Rabbi Malavsky Talks
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiri-
tual leader of Israelite Center. Mi-
ami, this week addressed students
at the University of Miami on "The
Modern Approach to Judaism.'
Winners Revealed
In Bureau Contest
Winners of ,he annual essay-art
l "T,STe(l by ,he Bureau
of Jewish Education were announc-
ed last week by Mrs. Matilda H
Ratner, Bureau president. The
contest was open to students of
all Jewish schools. 11 years old
and up, under the general subject
of Jewish Life in Israel."
Nine schools participated in the
contest with awards presented at
r .. V lsrael" celebration
01 all ./..wish school, held at Beth
uavid Congregation Apr. 15
First prize in the essay contest
wen to Cynthia Grossman, Coral
Gable* Jewish Canter; second prize
to Claudia B. Bialolenky, Temple
Emanu-El; third prize to Dorothy-
Mayer. Tifereth Israel.
Miss Grossman's essay was on
"What Does the State of Israel
Mean to M
Fi'-I prize in the art contest
Page 11 B
was won by Neal Haiduck, of the
Beach Branch, Workmen's Circle,
I whose subject was "Home," a
I water color drawing depicting the
arrival of refugees in Israel. Sec-
ond prize went to Barbara Toback,
Helaine Schwartz and Bruce Matza,
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center;
third prize to Carol Greenfeld, of
the South Dade Jewish Center.
Prizes were awarded through the
courtesy of the Ratner family and
consisted of Israeli art objects.
The contest is an annual pro-
ject of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation of Greater Miami.
19*6
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te Teacher Will
Meats in Recital
Miami voice teach-
ent a recital of her
day afternoon at the
en's club, 1737 Bay-
udent
ill feature Miss Long's
soprano Eleanor J
ng are Lacy Coe,'
IJorence Ames Aus-1
n Saxon, accompa-
Lesser Elected
Vets' Chairman
Alfred A. Lesser, national depu-
ty chief of staff of the Disabled
American Veterans, has been elect-
ed chairman of the Florida Veter-
ans Home Committee (Soldiers'
Home) by department delegates of
all veteran organizations at a meet-
ing called at Pass-a-Grill, Fla., by
Melvin T. Dixon. state service of-
ficer for veterans affairs.
Dixon has been elected execu-
tive director and secretary of
this committee and a resolution
will be forwarded to the veteran
organizations at their state depart-
ment encampment so that a sol-
diers home can be erected
in the state of Florida for the
convenience of all veterans who
will requite it.
The Florida veterans home com-
mittee instructed Lesser to attend
all state department encampments
to explain to delegates how this
project will be put into effect.
Committee was appointed by
Gov. LeRoy Collins in Tallahassee
on September 29, 1955.
ccars RE-ELECT
W. m NGWl
HUDSON
CONSTABLE
District No. 1
Subntitute lor 12 Years'
I'.xpvrivnrv'"
LEVtR 42-B MAY 8th
(Pd. Tol. AcR )
Mia
Ana R.
'ARDISON
*n Uthtr T.)
[HSTABLE
3, Dade County
' *J" Street in-
Honest
ABLE
Experienced
Pull Lever 43A
May 8
i
(|.,,j,I l'..l Adv.)
^fcl'ty t 4 4^, j, .fc.w. by (Mr M "**
* MwihtMt fmmumiti.
fc Milleel Dbtrkt 3
'* c*ili,y t0 t tfct ^ Umi
'*' ho.euy h My kMlM
" istritnctd sm4 kwt I
JUDGE GENE
Williams
COURT OF CRIMES!
"Qualified by Experience"
Pull Lever 34 B
MAY 8
(I'd Pol. Adv )
PERSONALIZED SERVICE
"ART" "MAUHY" "NAT"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairi and Painting
( Phonei FR 3-2244, FR 4-6652
840 S.W. 8th Street
VOTE FOR j
Justice with Prompt Hearings \
ELECT
THOMAS S. (TOM)
FERGUSON
JUDGE of COURT of CRIMES ]
22 Years Experience as Judge J
in Dade County
Age 52 and Resident of Miami 32 year*. J
At Judge of Small Claims Court and Justice of Peace handled more than
150.000 cases.
PREPARED AND SPONSORED FIRST SMALL CLAIMS COURT FOR FLORIDA
IN DADE COUNTY.
First President of Young Democratic Clubs of Dade County.
Past State President of Young Democratic Clubs of Florida.
Elected Delegate to Democratic National Convention 3 times.
Past Vice President of Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Mason, Moose. Elk, Woodman, Eastern Star (Past Worthy Patron), and
member of Riverside Methodist Church.
I shali change present order and practice of Court which requires de-
fendants to remain in Jail for at least 5 days before a hearing is had.
I shall devote my entire time to the duties of the office and not engage
in practice of law.
I shall use common sense in performance of all duties.
THOMAS S. (TOM) FERGUSON
Your Vote Appieciaied
(Pd. Pot. Adv.)
PULL LEVER 34 A
RESTORE CONFIDENCE WITH
LEGAL COMPETENCE!"
Elect MORTON L.
ERRY
JUSTICE OF PEACE
9
O

Lever 11-A
CHARTER MEMBER Miracle Masonic
Lodge.
FOUR-YEAR DIRECTOR Beth David Men's
Club.
PAST PRESIDENT Levin Lodge B'nai BVith.
OVERSEAS VETERAN Air Force World
War II.
QUALIFIED ATTORNEY National Ass'n.
Claims Att'ys. American, Florida and
Dade County Bar Ass'ns.
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
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+JeisttnorJM!9r7
Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. David Provus.
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Prof, and Mrs. Ernest
Bergmann. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Basch and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky.
PROf. ERNST BERGMANN HONORED AT BEACH RECEPTION
Upward of $80,000 Pledged to Hebrew University at Fete
. .._ _____.;__w.~4 Prof tnrv which will bear his and
f
Borden Company Spends
Over 17 Million in Florida
The JJurdcn, ^Company spent
J17..172.204 in Honda last year, it
was reported" horv \v
This fotrmarOfc -with 915,91
lftMLr.l.
ft^US^Wwifc
di-n'ti Dairy,, pointed (Wt thm Che*'
totals represented money paid | ,,
raw products and Lngredie.nl
to cmn!ivcc in payroll checks.
They did not include amount,
paid to local and state govern
merit"* in various taxes and asses;
ments, he added.
In addition, White said there
were approximately 030 Borden
stockholders in the state of Florida
Fiid^
j or Old
^wii to .i
! Lorn the WoJ^j
The arrival in Miami of a pro-
lexsor of organic chemistry at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
and chairman of Israel's Atomic
Energy Commission was the impe-
tus here some ten days ago for
gifts to the Hebrew University to
tailing upward of $80,000.
The visitor was Prof Ernst P
Bergmann. who is in the I'nited
States on an official tour of Amer-
ican atomic energy installation^
tinder the sponsorship of the
Greater Miami chapter. American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, a reception at the Seville
hotel honored Prof Bergmann
and his wife, Mrs. oida C. Ru>
1 in, 5901 N Hayshore dr.. is chap-
ter president.
Some 50 top communitv h
s at the reception heard Prof
Bergmann describe the phenome-
nal progress made by the univer-
sity in recent years despite the
fact that its library atop ML
Scopus is virtually out of reach
of the school's students
The 1948 Israel-Arab war of
liberation has placed that geo-
graphical part of the university
under Arab control
Nonetheless. Prof. Bergmann
declared, the Hebrew University
is today considered one of the
foremost centers for research
and higher education in the Near
Fast.
Responding to the address. Mi-
ami communal leader David Pro-
Mis pledged S50.000 to the school
tor the establishment of a dorma-
Crackdown Vowed
On 'Adjusters'
Warning to Dada countiaru to be
wary of debt adjustment or "debt
lumping" tirms until the 1957 leg
islature takes action on them was
i cued this week by Rep. Georgi s
i andidate for the state
senate.
Such iirms. which promise to
lake over your worries about your
bills and pay them off in reduced
amounts over a period of time tor
a 'reasonable fee." are moving into
Florida in considerable numbers."
he said "They have been prohibit
ed by legislation in the states of
Main.'. Massachusetts I'ennsyl-
vania, Georgia, Virginia and New
York within the past two years.
There are sound reasons for this.
"It is my intention to introduce
legii lation at the forthcoming ses-
sion of the legislature, as senator,
to either prohibit them from oper-
ating in Florida or to place them
under such regulations and restric-
tions that they do not victimize the
people of this state.
"In addition to the states which
have prohibited such firms within
the past t w o years. Minnesota.
< oloradn and Wisconsin have ade-
quate legal restrictions against
them.' he said. "Tampa is the only
Florida city practically prohibiting
these so-called financial adjusters.
proraten or by whatever name you
wish to call them.
"It i- my intention to make a
carefnl study of all legislation
dealing with them before introduc-
ing suitable measure or measures
for Florida "
In Harmony
In all art. harmony bring* a feeling of
restfulnes and inniration. A beauti-
fully designed memorial has the same
effect. When blended with sky and
trees and green green grass it i* an
uplifting sight to all who tee ita
lovely fittine tribute to the one whose
mine it bears.

A memorial i.< one of the most im-
portant purchases you U'lII eier malte.
Btiv with confidence from dn establish-
ed dealer where service and satisfaction
are auured.
ajEMOtfAlS Of tNDUKINC UAUTf
N. Abroms, General Munmgtr
DADE MONUMENTS INC.
| 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami
Ph. HI 4-2018
ELECT JIM JAMES M.
Noel
Your
DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL
SUPERINTENDENT
We Need a Man with
Business Experience to
Administer this
UO.OOO.OOOaYear
Business
SAVE ON YOUR TAXES
Elect Mini' Pall Lever 22-H
Lef a Mix Education and Good Business and Teach Your
Child How to Spoil, Read ana Write
COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION MAY gth
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
1
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tory which will bear his and Mrs.
Provus" name when completed.
Provus, who is a former Chi-
cajto realtor, declared that I am
anxious to do away with a painful
conditiona university without a
home."
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Basch
announced a gift of $30,000.. with
a $5,000 pledge also forthcoming
from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Char-
cowsky.
Among guests present were Dr.
Homer Marsh, dean of the medi-
cal school at the University of
Miami, who greeted Prof. Berg-
mann, and Dr. Philip Gotlieb. of
Coral Gables, noted philanthro-
pist.
RETURN
GEORGE S.
OKELL
TO THE
STATE LEGISLATURE
AS
YOUR STATE SENATOR
There's Ma Seest.ti.tt For
GIOaCE WELL'S
TIN YIAKS fXPMICNCf
as rout mgislatok
OKELL'S REC0R


fAVI FOR TOMORROW
WNIRI YOU CAN
IOIIOW rOR TODAY
tamp IsH VA% latamt
AataLeaaa
Rrrsl PiaasRart
leakier If Mai
Ltttart of CreeR
Bfeeaeer Paiawag eVpoatt
BANK of MIAMI IUAC II
937 WASHINGTON AVENUt

Tan years as Raprasantativa from Dad* County in!
laroratV.-WiaV*
Voted outstanding first-term member of 194$
Member of Dado House delegations voted most
and effective in 1949 and 1953 Legislatures.
During his service in the House of Representatives,]
Ofcell wrote and introduced or actively supporttif
which accomplished the following major objectives: |
Creation of Dade County Port Authority.
Single voter registration for Miami and Dtdt Co
Elimination of Iniquitous usury racket.
Minimum School Foundation Program.
Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center Autfcorit
Florida Development Commission and DeveloomsOJ
Corporation.
Consolidation of Dado County's ten school tax
school trustee boards.
State participation in the $208,000,000 Federal
project in South Florida.
OKELL'S PROGRAI
Opposed to any broadening or increase in the Steal
For creation of State Tax Commission.
Revision of outmoded State Constitution.
Continued support of School Foundation Pregrsm.
Fair ^apportionment in State Legislature.
Full-length Turnpike to Georgia state line.
Fairer distribution of State tax money to Dse
municipalities. ..
Adequate aid to the aged, blind and dependent ckl
Abolition of State Milk Commission.
PULL LEVER 13 A
iM. PM
*
HELP STRENGTHEI
Dade's Law Enforcement
Team
ELECT
Tayli
COUNTY SOLCIT0R
ACKCIOUm. Sroeoet. Mtoasi Ntf* **"**$?,
Mioeal, SJ. A U-S. degrees; prectksea atlaiajr
Florida ood fsderel Ceorts; sserrted; 1 f
Iks. MAW, Moaktast's Uoioa, Fast Vk.
PLATFORM
1. Hard-hitting prosecution of "Big-rung" Operators.
2. Ponntwirtg ig^stifutitai ft RajfU up "Fool-Proof" CRSN
criajlnals.
3. CrtejHgg, tf ciFAfitgRt uuej oxs^m^i tfH tf ***flu
4. Kggp wim hrm wMi m Um -dtifl oNk\**m
fitt Hir fr-4 tf trjmini cH fci <* '
(IM. Pol- Adv.)


127.1956
QBiTUAnimn
Page 13 B
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feer3o--Bea.h Men-
F-r,hln*t..n avf., In
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aCWIInt Rnrvlv.
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fa* p
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n,l \'. NaUNe
fjotil- -i-'.r ami
Iren, "'""*"
l..... .'I H.'inp,
r>|l. Who i .-metery.
M IINQER
kid pi r. i 'I ran*"-
>.* Apr x mem-
Uhnr Wi.nll oraanl-
i to Miami 11 yearn a*o
P Cn,\ '- are IW"
1 j^vj Hu kin all"
km P-rvI.e. we*e
,Vr1rt.--r. i h Memorial
Ith burial In M<
TOR GLASS
riierl \pr. 11.
R Memorial i 'hapel wi
toranitemrnt*.
llTlEBERMAN
|Mi ave., ili-tl Apr. 11.
Ci, MeWrlnl chapel
lrranr*m*nt
;U?TRACCR
Ighore *>.. '""I Apr. IS.
rh Hemo'lal t'hapnl.
van in i [ of ar-
J FREEDMAN
"ekihhv- irturef
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SILVER
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ll ii Mi Slnal
MO BAJLEV
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I I Mrs.
atfii Min. In. lixUng
"her ,,, ,| tni [j, ,,,
apt II In
-. with burial
n-
lEDA MANHEIMER
* "Ith -> ,|.,| ,,f
Whe ..,,,. from
K1* a ilaiiKhter.
and three
wrlect were
*n*ra| H
W> II
. with liur-
L. Tf matai).
'NEW YORK?
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"^T kMtL AN fwa*
"^poiera. lorf*.
^liMly laralllM*
" wirtl kil *". prIvola
. rHJ
^Hr- Two >oo.
vilti lion ItM
rl(ll MONTHlf
"Till
"MhiauM, t
BMtla miiiu
i//1*'* Ntw York
SAMUEL M. COHEN
M. of 7S NW SInd av rt|ei Apr *
Servlcea anil Interment were in Rtif'
falo. N.T.. with Oordon PuiMral
Home in chart* n* arranirements.
M. BELLA FRIEDMAN
7t, of 143SjrMlllns avve.. wlnt.-r rel-
deiil finin ( hlcaKo. died In a hoaiiltH|
Apr. t. Ke.rvleaa and Interment r>
In Chlrar<'. with Rlveraltle-fteach
Memorial Chapel Wanhlnat..,, ,";n
In c hare of local arrangement*.
RANOOLRR M. NEWMAN
70. of 1141 NW 3th at., died Apr A He
rame here ten yeara ago from New
Yoik ami wan a retired attornev He
Ik aurvlved hy a aon, Randolph Jr
and A daughter. Mia. liar.-! Haeii'
S.rvl.ei. were Apr. 10 at lit. Slnal
Cemetery.
JACOB M. PINCUS
78, winter renldeiit from R Vila I Pa
dle.l Apr. A at hi* Miami Reaeh home
t1!7 I'm.. TTM Hunrtvea, ServireM and Interment we .
In riiiladelohia. with Rlvernide I
M.iiK.tlal Chapel. WanhliiKtin avi
charge Of ai ranKement*.
MRS. ANNA ROSENBAUM
7A. of 2H.11 Hoval I'alm av... v h.i
here M yeara arn from n., i
Mane., died Apr. 9. She leave* her
1hi-.Ii.iikI. Norhert: two Horn
and Fellr: and a doimh.-
IJItterman. Servlrea and I hi in .. ,.
in Slaten laland. N Y.. with Rlvei
Iteach Memorial f'hap. I. Mti.n i.l ,
harxe of local *i rant.in. m,
JOSEPH SHAPIRO
7. of 7(ni s\v Mth ave.. who
here -iKht years ago from Ituthei r..r
.\\.I., died Apr. 9, lie ., .
dry .leaner. RtfcvhoTM n. ,.,(,. n),
wife. Dorothy: two -ui, I'TDgeBc mil
Wilbur; a ,l urhter. *< l: h
and a slater. i Yefin (Ma Mman
'- loavea, a in nthi r and
Ichlldren. Arviii* were Apr io
in Oordon'a ninorml Home, with bur.
lal lii MiMlbui-aL N J. .
MRS MATILDA SKLAR
7fi. of 52 HW lfat.at.. who came here
ten >ear hiiii from New York .llej
Apr. 9 Suivlvora Inrbida Ian
."ol and Nl.-k; four n's \|,.
Delia Rlfkln. Mr*. Ktl.i Perrln Ml
Anna Sklar and. Mra. HUda \l
datOT and eiuht a-r.intl. hildrei, Serv-
Pew were Apr. 10 at Uordon Pun< i il
Home, with burial In Ml. Nebo i
tery.
were In
Ileach
a
il^SUl T"!5 wUn Hlver-lde-
:h.n%:i,'an^',1<>(v8ir,> wmw*--
I!
f- *AM RASH0V8KY
SariAe? -FX. VL"""' f""" BwoWyit
in ri, J '" "-noanltal. Serviee. were
r-unerul Home fa ctlSttJS locally.
D'*- ELIAS KAPLAN
An* -"".'I "'"'""I ave.. HurVatA., ,iied
and I. ..." i""" P* rron> Vrk
^viLfESUSL*? "Wther. Isaac.
v m i'.T "" '"''I *re In Mew York.
.1 In rCd-"'"''h M*m"r"" -
.. MORRIS MINTZ
'..of mi svv Uln MVl. d((-(I
h..si,a|. A reaident of Miami for
i. >.nrs. coinina: from Pblladelphla.
he Is survived hv his wife, Jennie and
two aon*, Cy ami Stanley Service*
and Interment war* Apr I In Ml Sebo
' ""'in-. -ith nm-don'l Kune,.,|
I loin,, in oharce lo.allv.
WILLIAM J. SERNOFFSKY
1. 1700 S Ii, .,-,,,. dl died Apr
'' "' .....i hospital a retired attor-
nay who bad practiced In Buffalo,
^ > he i- sin v |ved by bla wife,
Beatrice, and a ann, David Kervicen
Api H In Rlveralde-Beai h Mem-
orial i haiiel, Normandy I ale, ,n,
burial in Mi. n,.|.o t'ernetery.
NATHAN ADLER
i i ini ave riled in a bn
pltal Apr I He rame i i
frofn New York, where he owned
iv. lie If aui
I I" bla V' lf< Mltlllie. ;,,, I .,
iter, Mi- m.i, Smith Rervleea
ni Inten lent were ,,, New Tork, with
Hi ." li Mi moi i .1 i 'hapel in
chnrne of .u i.iiil:i ni.iiis.
MRS. SARAH MESSEH
..... '' in d who cami hi a
u fi nm I'atel aon, N J.,
apt ,1 barlal wen
In I with Rlvei aldi Reach
Mi-m.i i.il ChaiM I. Alton rd in barge
locajl)
DR. JACOB S. SEGAL
r a ho d Ii ,i I pi I, a aa
burled In 'ini". Inil. with aervlces
there. Rlvemlde Beach Memorial
I I'liapei. riaaler si, was In chargi
'ioc.ii:>
EMANUEL FLAX
S3, of lino Ocean dr., .1,- ,I \
Hualneaa agent for \ah al 141'. In;
llonal Ladlea Cafment Werk.-i s. he |N
Mirvivi-.l by his wife. Hannah, a son
and daughter. Services ami interment
MRS. MARY WEIN
17, of T7"i NK Srd ci., died Apr, i she
rame here in yeara aso from Seta
Hurvlvora Include two aona,
Eugene and Arthur; a daughter, m a,
Louise Levlne; brother: two alatera,
Miss .lellllie l.e\l.....lllll Mis Allll.l
HchaffeL Bervlcea were Apr I In
RJveralde I'each Memorial Chapel,
Normandy I ale, with burial In Mi.
Nebo 'eiiieici y.
DUE TO OUR EXPANSION WE REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL
SALESMAN
Who wonts opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or
more with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization
top quality loads, generous commissions and bonus.
Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD
PERSONALITY. For appointment call MO 7-2011 or
write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44.
'CHEVROLET,
PHONE
9-6441
l55 W.FUGLER
M'ghtSemce
2300 N.W.7fh AVE. -|
phone 64-2626
Yesyou
can shop around
for a new car, but,
LUBY SELLS
FOR LESS!!
See Luby before
you sign for
any car I
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY tm. b^u-d
t ii i :i w.,.-.' ". '
Agudath Israel
7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox
Rabbi ISAAC Ev**
Fri. evening sftvicr- 6 JO r m
Sat. morning services 8: JO a.m.
Sermon Topic:
"Coal <>/ Humanity it Goodness and
Mu. t r r; "" "T- .' -......... -
Anshe Emes
:J4J Coral way
i ,.....-..
Beth David
2625 S\V Jrd ave. Conservative
Rabbi Yaakov RttBNtmo
Cantor Wiiiiam W LfMON
Fri. evening service* 8:15 p.m.
Sermon Topic:
"JAvritem M, KspUm 7J Trfkata
to j Te.u
Sat. morning aervicea ..."
Bar Btttvah Si a- I ol
Mr. and Mr>. Arthur R>>-
lllll .......
Beth El
J 5W ave.
Ra*BI ShMAKTAHI T S.v
Can ro* Lo< l inhaus
Fri. evening itrvicei 6:15 p.m.
1 am
Tnon Tapk
;'i i Meesare"
i
Beth Emeth
12201 V.V Ttii *ve
r m
Sal '"
i
Beth Israel
4 Pi line ave.
MAN
p m.
cat 8:10 a.m
S< i
Beth Jacob
: I i' I ''
Raw 1 lbob Stbbm
C \n : i ik M M BJCI M
' a m
-non Top
The C.'fie'i -
P M t > M ad ol
Rom i irei i ;
Beth Raphael
US \\V Jrd ave.
Rabbi Arif Bh'kir
Fn eveni
am
"non Tup
Beth Tfilah
9?5 Euclid ave.
K \hhl )OSI I'M E FUCKOVSKI
Fri. i ea 6:JO p.m.
s.t morning aervioai s JO am
pic:
9 a.m.
I
Coral Gables Center
I
Palermo ave. Lib
R\bh M
' INTO* Irvin.. Robiv
... 8.15 p m.
Serm< -l Topic
I Time lo Change <
Sat. morning wrvicci 9 43 am
Bar Mit:vah Alan
Mr ,ind Mr- Aithui Chaaaa
nail.
eater Miami Jev.i-h Coi
1 nth activ am
wiwan
Flagler-Granada .
11 v.-. Jilt pi c.
Rabbi Lm I
Fri evening service* 6:30 p.m
niornine am.
Sermon 1
"Sufrmji > of th- '.
Bar Mattvah A of
Mr. and Mr-. Abrur Pitcher
Hialeah-Miami Springs
951 E. 4th a\c urn-atirr
Rabbi BoRM Rac kov-ky
Fri. cvtaang atwttBBi 8:15 pm
Sermon Topi>
Tale."
Saturday morning service'
Sermon Topic
\VeefcN Ponum
Homestead Center
18J NE 8th -t Homestead
Conservative
Morris Gbrtz officiates
Friday evening services ... 8 p.m.
W*^mMmWWUmMMWmmU9WWWmUM^^^
Hollywood Beth Sholem
1725 Monroe M Hollywood
ConarrveMw
Rabbi BaMUBL LltM
-^am* *
Hollywood Temple Sinai
tO PoHi ll Hollywood
i i.'ive
Rabbi David Shapiro
Canto* Yi hi dah Hmibrm in
Fri. eve*Mlg Btrricei 8:JO p.m.
Sermon Top
T'f Fniuie o; /lubum 1*1 Arrt
Sat. morning ... 9 a.m.
S rmon Topic-
\V ee\\\ Portion"
Israelite Center
BW :4th ter. I I Jtire
R\BBI MARTIN Msl WM.Y
Cant 8na*t Bt ftaxi
Fn evening aervicta 6-JO p.m.
s*t morning aervkej I ",| am.
Sermon Topic:
' We
Kneseth Israel
HI5 Euclid m rfiodox
Rabbi Jonah E
CANTO* Abraham Si if
Sat << ... 8: JO a m.
rmon Topic:
"The Crime I ..'"iv
Lauderdale Emanu-El
.ve. Ft. LaurJerdak
Reform
RsBBI MmiIi I RaMBON
Monticello Park
164th -t if NE l Ith ave Couen
Rabbi KaaC Le&M
Fri. evening aarvicea 8.15 p.m.
Sermon Topic:
Home Li/e"
morning -cr\ice ... 9 am
Miami Hebrew School
1101 SYV |2*k ave.
Rabbi Simon April
Can ior Bum Ki i imfr
Fn evening services ... 6 10 p m.
Sat. morning services 8: JO a in
Sermon Topic:
I Pou-er of the Tiwjur
North Dade Center
1J6J0W Dixie hwy. Converiutii'e
Rabbi Hf\r> Okol* v
' uno* Mm BJCg Nrr
Fn. evening services 8.15 p m.
Sermon Topic:
Bur Kiahbu A Ho**"
Sat morning Kt 'am.
1701 W'.ishniKton ave. Conteruln t
Ksbbi IftVWa Lfmbma-.
CaNTM I'iciih Brummir
Fri. evening service* ... 5 and 8 JO
Sernion Topic:
T>.< TON Experience Relin.
Sat. mornine services ... 9 am
Sermon Topic:
\Veel(lv Portion"
Bar M.uvah Robert, aon of
Mr and Mm LOOgi Peigenbaum
Roger, son of
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lefft
anoMBBmn^
Bar Mit;\
Mi
Myron, ion oi
Hebrew Academy
918
ftth Bt
Rabbi A
Fri. evening service- 6:23 p.m.
mornine BBTVioa ... 9 a.m.
Sermon Top
'Weeljlv Portion"
Temple Israel
1J7 NE 19th Reform
Rabbi Josrrtt Narot
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Ementtu
Cantor Jacob Borns-thin
Fri. evening services 8:15 pm.
Sermon Topic:
Reform Iini.uvm MOVOI Toit'drd ,
.Man.!::-. Stotau"
(">Cl-und in a sent-)
Sat. morning services 11 a in
Bar MJttvnh Ronald, son of
Mr. Edna Belford
Temple Zion
37:0 S\V l~th -t Cm.ienatne
H\rt\l Al rRFI) Waxman
Fri. evening services .% 6:15 p m.
Late Fri. otiview 8:JO p.m.
S.-rmon Topic:
The Meaning of PneslAood"'
Sat morning services 9 am.
MRMatVnMBSBBBMMiBaBmBBB*MiCflaMBBBHm
Tifereth Israel
6300 N Miami ave. ConeeroatfM
Rabbi Abraham HlMON
Canto* At birt Giant:
Fn. evening aervicea 8: JO p m.
Srrmon Topic:
' The Spirit of Bar kochbd
hi Our Dav"
S.ii M ... 9 a.m.
Sermon Topic:
urfing Time"
*M I iu-isih i -aarnsja- f > r>
Torah Temple
1234 Weal ave American Judaism
Rabbi Abraham Caj
Rabbi LotM Casstl
Zamora Jewish Center
44 Zamora C'rurtta.ur
Rami B Leon HtTgSvm
Can ro* Ri doi m Brii l
Fn. evenn 8:15 p.m.
Sermon Topic:
The Child in Our Midit"
Guest apeakan: Arthur Deutsch.
chairman ol Zamora religious commit-
tee, and Mrv Samuel Miller, PTA
prc-ident.
Sat. morning services 8: JO a.m.
Sermon Top
"WcctJ) Pi":
Shalom Judaea
Plans Activities
Shalom Young Judaea group at
T>f"r>th Jfsrael Northsitlc (enter
|fU preparing (or
weekend of
membership ac-
uities, accord-
ng to an an-
nouncement Wed-
nesday by Diane
loy Her son, pres-
ident.
Saturday eve-
ning, the group
will hold a square
dance at the Cen-
ter, 6500 N. Miami ave., with a
professional caller in charge.
Planned for Sunday is a picnic
at Greynolds Park. The president,
who is the daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs. Abraham Herson, Tifereth Is-
rael spiritual leader, said member-
ship is open to boys and girls age
9 through 12.
Mrs. Eva Brant
*475 ft.W. 21at STREET
Wiifcei fo express
her d"e#p appreciation
^ # |* mem, *M
expressions ol sympertfty
rocehroW on Hie patting
of her hoshnnd
Benjamin Brant
MOV
Alhoay, oati.TT''
M- UEBBUUm
fficotuwi
"THt 0000 MAM DOfS
LIVE ON fOKlVtH
Such Rood can he recorded for
future generation-, with a M.
created by Thurmond. The ageless
granite man found on Earth is a
part of fiod'i creative pnwei M m
fittinc that man should use this
material in making Memorial' af-
tirpiine his faith in Cod and belief
in a hereafter with hi loved ones
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
Th. Mry While fcriMiaa
3233 S.W. trh St. Ph. 134)249
MARKERS $40.00
plos Cemetery Chorgei *
Open Stmdtf$
v^v^v^^^v*^-
JueJ
Rutl
Sutti
Ynr
Justice of I
DISTRIQ NO.]
FailMdlly servi*)]
tricl for flie pal |
/tearing over /,(
and criminal m
ON HER HKl
IS PROOF OF I
QUALIFICATIOKI
r*n
North Shore Center
Om.tr-
RshHi bIate* AaaAaaowrrz
CaMI I Mi \k;i K:
Tri. eveiune atroioai 8:1 5 pm
Sernmn Topic-
"The ]ew and the Ju\ rnile
Sat niornine service 8-15 am.
Sermon T-
VV." c e i;! i
Temple Beth Sholom
41< Liheral
Rabbi 1:
or Sam ...,r
Tri. eveninc service" B;1J pm
mun Topj
"The Ho;.
a m.
Temple B'nai Sholom
ro* Ben Gimmbmem
Fri. evening tervKes 815 p m.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Iyar 16 6:32 p.m.
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
Lincoln at Washington
Put your valuables and
important papers in o
MERCANTILE SAFETY
DEPOSIT CORPORATION
box at rentals as low as
$4.40 a year ond KNOW
they are SAFE.
RENT A BOX TODAY
Member
Federal D.-po-. i Imurancc Corp.
f cdt r Oi
MJGUST BROS ftv,
li t /.. hr W '
Re-Eli
GRAI1
Stock
YOW
COUNH CC
Progress]
Dei
"Everybody's Dade
Commissioner"
Won the Outstanding Good Government Awj
Notional Junior Chamber of Commerrt
first term in otfict
Yomr Vote Appreriaied &


27, 195S
,CJb$/afes Donee
j.a frolic of the
?Mayti.a. .h-neater |
J-;h communit> peaier, .
ftid b, Morns Tur-
pwn of H>" tf*r-
ledges
Elimination
w 9f waste in the
01 QtUm expenditures
m i teachina children
, to read, write and
>|w0 of the major
le platform of James M.
who seeks election as
t of Dade county
u "I know, as a busi-
Con save the taxpayers
(f thousands of dollars.
i j40,00O.OOO-a year bus-
tat. the services of a
Kldren, many of them.
Ud can't spell. I intend
IJi a policy of teaching
V which wasn't too good
dme, and won't be too
_iem. Sight reading is all
|l [avor teaching ABC's
[point in the Noel plat-
|o reduce once more the
ajons now being held in
c
I my four-year tenure as
\ol the school board." he
"we reduced the dou-
s from over 50 per cent
ntary pupils to around
In the last couple of
[total has gone back up
I Afterall. double ses-
\w learn only so much.
ints want their children
Iftjll days we feel duty-
U to see that every child
lull allotment of. time in
* iW#c#> ri*,n; hr
Page 15 B
Dr. Arthur J. Lelyveld, national
director of B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, has boon appoint-
ed executive vice president of
American Fund for Israel Insti-
tutions. Dr. Lelyveld succeeds
Itzhak Norman in the top execu-
tive post of the organization
June 1. Norman, after 15 years
with American Fund, will re-
turn to his home in Israel.
Stresses
Experience
Ihome owner everyone
an automobile, is con-
| danger of becoming in-
|a lawsuit which could
circuit court." Circuit
H. Anderson told a
*t Southwest section
week.
you are plaintiff or
m such a suit, you
the case heard by a
i plenty of experience in
Judge Anderson
|Gov Collins appointed
l)use. he took into con-
|ny 40 years of experi-
J types of legal work,"
said.
Taylor Vows Office
Emf orcement Cog
County solicitor candidate Rich-
ard Taylor in a campaign talk this
week promised that the county
solicitor's office "will be used as
one of the principal cogs in law
enforcement machinery" if he is
elected in the May 8 primary.
Taylor pointed out that "with
the tremendous increase in popula-
tion in Dade county during the
past few years, the area is being
viewed by big-time vice operators
and racketeers as a future base of
operations."
Taylor warned that the safety of
the people would depend on "hard-
hitting prosecution of those seek-
ing to extend their operations to
the county.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOB OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37732-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM S. (iOLDKN. luvrawd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All !'
Having Claim* or iVuian.U Again*!
Maid Estat.-
You. and each of you ar<' hen(by
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou mav haw again the
.-stale of WILLIAM S GOLDEN, .1. -
waned late of Dade County. Ftoihl.i.
lo the Honorable County Judges of
Dude County, and file the snnn in
Uielr offices In tin- County Courthouae
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of Die
flrat publication hereof. Maid claims
or demands lo contain the legal ad-
dreaa of tor claimant and to be IWom
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he haired See SeetIon 733.16 ol
the JSC Probate Act
Dated April 14. A. D !."..
ELIZABETH GOLDEN
As Executrix of the l-asl \\ iH
and Testament of WILLIAM
S. GOLDEN, l>c i nsed.
j RK'HARD I I.EHEN
I Attorney for Executrix
'4/JO-17 5/4-11______
TONIGHT
1

'0 RACES NIGHTLY Fxcep. Sundays
U'NIIIAS EVgRY RACE e DAILY DOUBLE 1st & ?nd
G*T0PEN AT 6 ju PMe POST TIME 8 00 P. M
0 M|NORS<^DMITTED o or on Ihe premUtl
ADMISSION 50c
SEE YOUR Daily NEWSPAPERS FOR
l_ DIRECT BUS RObTES TO ^Hf TRACK
Slot. Supervised Parirmrh/al Wogannq
Tn U0r'C?, TO CREDITORS
H-...*" '..... All Pa,
- r ..ml ,.,, ,.,.,, -.
,"'~ V ,l-....."'" rhl. ii
i"i J i.i.-. of n.,-1,.
i;i file ,'.
''T ',' "'- ''"'" house In
' '- < ""iity, hlorMa within el.nl
calendar monthi I r>m ii-
LE-GAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t enaafre in
nd< i the fictitious name of
NORMANDY ISLE CLINIC, ai HOI
......Oandj |i |V, Miami H.-.l.-li. l-loi -
Ida, Intends i.....(later Mid nanu- with
Ha l.rk of ihe Circuit Court of Hade
I ounty, Flu
BERNARD STERN. Ml..
I W-27 -
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Igned, desiring to i
i i'li- Hi. fictitious name ,,)'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN that
the iin.I. i signed. .Icsiiing I.. engage la
business miller the flrlitl.ills nan.....f
THE NEW VICTORY GARDEN
IPARTMENTS, al S6S Washington
Avenue. Miami llea.-h, Kin Intend to
u uii iii. Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
h'AJTiE fti isi;i.i.\sk v
I'M -LINK (-WAN IN. rtwn.-ra
HAROLD S'l'ltrMI'l-
ai ion ipllcanta
' -!. I'.i -. 1 lie Blllg.
4 IJ-20-ri 5 i
\e, ut.,r of the E-i ilp ,,f
aEORGE^lfTK^'CH- .......
\ I' iiiey for Executor
17 i/4-ll
!m \HfnC2XNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 377S4
In He- KSTATK i !'
EDWARD J. WCNDER lv.,oase,l
r .N0T.'CE TO CREDITORS
lo All ( redttor* and All Pernons
Having: claims or Demands Against
Saul Kstate:
You. ami earn of yon are herehv
notified and required i., nreaanl any
claims and demands which vou, or
i-nlici- f vou. mm- hava aralnst |he
estate ef KDWARD .1 WCNKER. de-
ceased late of Washington, District of
< olumhia. to the Hunorahle County
Judges of Dade <'ounty. and file the
same In their offices In the Conaty
Courthouse in Hade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first puhlication here-
of. Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
lo he sworn to mvl presented as afore-
said, or same will I.,, hsrred. See Sec-
tion 733.1* of the 1!m:> Probate Act.
I Li led April 17. a. n. >>:,%
MAI:X U KAI'.KIt
A Ancillarv A'io|nlt,ator of
KDWARD J. WINDER.
I ),., .,. -1 v,,. 11
ROTH & KMIKR. Attorn.-vs
4'2rt-27 T./4-II
BAMT'EL liKHTMAS
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorney a tor The Phyalclaaa croup
126 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Ha.
'-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKI-.V GIVBN that
the undvmigned. desirisg to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORMANDY MEDICAL BH4LDINC,
al 1101 Normandy Drive, Miami Bearh,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clarh Of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
HKHNARIi BTBRN (tv.Ie owner)
KLKDKItli K N. BAR,\I>
Attorney for Bernard Stern
4/I-W-JO-J7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GABLES LUGGAGE, at 1622 Ponce de
I.eon Blvd., Coral Gables, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALAN KENT, Sole Owner
ELI HltKiiKlt
Attorney for Applicant
MB Lincoln Road
4/6-13-20-27
FLORIDA
FLORIDA
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OP THE STATE
OF FI.ORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whi
HARRY AI.I'KRT
Ml \ll,
MAIRK'i: SCHEMER.
Ml VMI.
DAVID I.KMKLMAN.
Ml VMI. M ORIDA
did on the fourth dav of Mv, A D.
4?SO, ca"-- to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapi.- '.> elnrida
Si.ioies si'I'KR DEPARTMENT
HTORJBfl INC.. .-.a !..-aiion. with its
nrirclpal i.la.e of hiudneai at l'"rrl"c.
Dade County. In the Mai.- of Florida.
and whereas the nrom-r officers of
snch corporsilon did on the lth da'
,.f \|,n! \ D l''6, cause to he filed
III Ihe office of Ihe Se.lel.llv of Mtgie
of Ihe Slate "f Florida a duly anlli.n-
liiatcd resolution adopted OV Ho-
stockholders un^er the nrovl"lon of
said Chanter IN. Florida Slalutes.
showlas the dissolution of sin-h qor-
1-- r.ition. ,
Ni.ii therefore, the Secretair of
State does hereby certlfv to the for-
eolnv and thai h Is satisfied ihs- [he
r.-uuircinents of law ha\ MW cum-
"""' "IN WITNKSS WI.KRKOF. I
hive hereUP'o set av hand
.,.,,i h."- f*led Ihe c,r-u
Seal of the State of Florida.
a] Tallahassee, the Capital.
this- the eighteenth ilay of
April, a n. ||
(REAL) Si-, retary of Btate.
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOR DADE COUNTY. *&
IAMBS DONALD KVANS. Plaintiff.
MILDRED KV\NS. De'.mlant.
|.,, Mii,i-.,i Evans
23 Morton Avenue
Alhanv New York
You are hereby nolin-il licit a com
plain! for .livone has l.e.-n '"''
iiainsl you, and you ar re.pi ed t
,...... of vonr Answer thereto
Ri torn* va, \\i-'nteln.
. ,, i'.i Lincoln
M-H '
on plainliff's
Welnslein
i. i,iken against YOU
'' A"k' i?' aiATHERMAN
Clerk of the Clijeull Court.
Bt i: II RICE JR.. !><
I i'i.-27 S/4-11_______________________
~ NOTICE""UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,ho..M...-'.,- ^'---.'.rvc/:;
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Wlndo Tlte Sales Co.. at 272X S. W.
2Mb Lain-. Miami. Intends to register
said name with tile Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Com t of Dade County. Florida.
MAX PRIKDSON
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tbe fictitious name of
RTB1N PROPERTIES, at 31 Veragua
Avenue. Coral GabaM, Florida, Intend
tu register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
FREDA S. HRENNER
PAUL STEIN
DAVID STEIN
REBECCA S. KLEIN
WILLIAM I BBENNER
Attorney r..t stein properties
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tbe fictitious name of
stiiNK's DEPARTMENT STORK, al
V'. N W 17th Street. Miami. Florida,
Intend! t. register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENNIE STONE
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Rennle Stone,
stone's Department Store
I 13-20-27 : CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To ALL TO WHOM THFSK PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMB, GKEITINHS
Whereas,
DON W STI'ART.
MIAMI FLORIDA
BERNARD MARCUS
Ml VMI. M/>RIDA
ROBERT D. /.AHNER. _____
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MA ,,ii the I'Uh day of October. A.D
|.,,> cnuae to be Incorporated under
he provisions ol Chapter tOK Flmida
Statutes, HERMBT CORPORATION
;, corporation, with its principal Place
of business al Miami Beach. Dad.
County, in the suite of Uoclda, and
whereas Ihe i.roper officers of BUCB
corporation did OH Hie 16th day "
\l ,,. h A D Ih.MI. cans.- lo be filed
in the office of the Secretary of Stale
of the Slate of Florida, a duly authen-
tic;,!.....-.-solution adopted by the
HtiH'kholders under the provisions of
rald Chaptai SOS. Ftorkta Btalutes,
showing the dtsaolntlon of such oaf
iM-iation. >
NOW. therefore, the Secretary of
Stale d"cs herehv certify to Ihe fore-
roina and thai he is aatlafled thai
ii- requlrementa of law haw* baaa
"""'""l^'wiTNESS WHKRKOF. I
have hei.unlo set my hand
and have affixed thi
Real of the Slate of I .....rta
ai Tallahassee, the Cipltsl.
iin- the siMcnth da) of March,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
icl.-rsigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious num.- of
STYLANEZE FURNITURE INDI'S-
TKIKS. at 2-i4(. S W. Htfa l-nne. Mia-
mi. Florida, iiiteniis to reciater aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn of Dad.- County, Florida.
STVI.ANKZK. INC.. a Florida
Corporation, Sole Owner,
i ALLOT. SILVER and Ml.LLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Building
4/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELE-
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 188907
ii:an S FRASCA, Plaintiff,
va.
LOUIS FRASCA, Defendant.
You. LOUIS FRASCA. 38 Concord
Street. Ashland, Massachusetts, are
notified to file defensive pleadings to
I his suit with the Court's Clerk, .and
serve a copy on plaintiff's attorney,
Ml'RKAY GOODMAN. 420 Lincoln
Road,. Miami Beach. Florida, on or he-
fore May 7. 19S8. or the complaint will
be taken aa confessed.
Dated April 3, 19.16.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B l.KATHERMAN, Clerk
By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy
4/6-13-20-27
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GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA>Andre Barouch. Tunisian Jew, editor and nationalist
leader, was named to the new Tunisian cabinet under Habib Bourguiba,
thus replacing Albert Bessis as the Jewish member of the Cabinet. He
will hold the portfolio of Urban Development M. Baroueh. edkor of the
Neo-Destour Party French-language "Le Petit Matin." was once banished
irom Tunis for his nationalist activities. Tunisian Jews are still unsure
of their status uiuder the new Tunisian state despite the language of the
new constitution which guarantees them liberty of conscience and the
fact that the government is headed by Habih Bourguiba. moderate
nationalist leader who has repeatedly affirmed his friendly attitude
toward the Jews. Another source of concern to Jews is the criticism of
Jewish emigration and talk of a ban on further departures for Israel
A number of Neo-Destour newspapers have published articles on Jewish
.migration and even M. Bourguibas official paper. "L'Action." has
criticized Jews who leave
ISTANBUL (JTAJReliSiotU semes in all synagogues in Turkey
marked the 13th anniversary of the Wars** ghetto uprising in 1943
Hundreds of men and women attendad services at the Great Synag<
here The local Jewish press also earned a considerable number of
articles commemorating the rebellion against the Nazis.
NfrVS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
THE HAGUE (JTA>Four German war criminals have been re
leased Irom Breda prison by Dutch authorities alter serving two thuds
0l their sentences. Two Of them Fritz Vierbahn and Kmil Kuehl
were attached to Gestapo headquarters at Amsterdam, where they par-
ticipated in the torture 01 Dutch Jews. The released criminals wen
turned over to W.'-i German authorities at the border. Thirty five other
German war criminals are still held at the Breda prison.
VIENNA tJTA>Chancellor Julius Raab. opening his election cam-
palfR here, declared that the first task facing the Parliament to be
elected is the abolition of all remaining anti-Nazi legislation. It is the
duty of that Parliament to restore the equality of citizens before the
law," the Chancellor asserted.
MUNICH fWNS)Joeel Mass, a former SS leader and Nazi Party
member who served in the same post during the Nazi regime, was re
cently elected mayor ni the city of I.indau on Lake ( (instance, a tourist
center. About 81 percent of the voters in the election cast their ballots
for Haas, Who was a "non party" candidate.
LONDON (JTA>The Times of London reports a "curious story"
tn the clfect that Stalin was planning to assemble all the Soviet Jews
in a ghetto area just before he died. The Times says that the story is
circulating among Communist Party members in Eastern Europe. Ac-
cording to this tale Nikita Khrushchev. Soviet Party chief, is said to
have told a small party meetingafter his famous anti-Stalin address
at the 20th Communist Party Congress, that Stalin became more and
more inflamed against the Jews after the fabrication of the "doctors'
plot" of 1953. On the day before his stroke in March. 1953, he told a
meeting Ol Soviet leaders of his plan for removing all Soviet Jews to a
new 'pale' in the northern region of the USSR.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
NEW YORK (JTAJ Sen Herbert H. Lehman and poet Carl Sand-
burg have been chosen to receive the first Albert Einstein Commemora-
tive Awards sponsored by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
University, it was announced here The awardseach $1,000 in cash
and a medallion will be presented for contributions to citizenship
and humanities, respectively.
WASHINGTON More than 40 cities in this country have
scheduled programs during April to assist in ending discrimination in
mpioyment, the President's Committee on Government Contracts an-
nounced here. Cooperating in these programs are the national and
local organizations of the American Jewish Committee. Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'nth. National Conference ol Christians and
Jews, American Kriends Service Committee and National Urban League.
MONTREAL (JTAiLouis Fitch, veteran Zionist and dean of the
Montreal bar. died here last week. He was 68. Born in Quebec. Fitch
became the first Jewish leader to join the French Canadian Union
National Party.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (JTAtThere were only six Jews in a total
of 22.000 prisoners at the provincial jail at Headingly last year, accord-
ing to a report quoted in the Winnipeg Israelite Press, in S. M. Selchen's
' By the Way" column. The columnist noted that since Jews constitute
2.5 percent of Manitoba's overall population, they were far from "filling
their quota," which would be 55.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (JTA>The national convention of the Hapoel Hamiz
rachi, Zonist Orthodox Labor Party, has voted approval of a merger
with the Misrachi Organization. The name of the merged group will be
the United Religious Zionist Party. It was also decided that with the
merger all factions within the Hapoel Hamizrachi would be dissolved.
Rabbi Machtei Attends Cemetery Assn. Convention
Kabbi S. M Machtei last week tery legislation breakfast Apr. 18,,
attended the 23rd annual conven- the final day of the convention,
tion of the Southern Cemetery | The spiritual leader is rice pr
Assn. in the Ft. Harrison hotel, ident of Mt. NetRj, Cemetery in Mi-
Ctearwater, Fla. }* "d president of the Florida
Rabbi Machtei directed a ceme- Cemetery Assa^_______
JERUSALEM The Ministry of Education announced a
scheme of special facilities to students wishing to take teaching courses.
In a move aimed at overcoming the teaching shortage, the ministry an-
nounced that special loans, reduced fees and other inducements would
be offered prospective teachers.

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Twas announced here. The firm has thus far been making only a limited
range of tires for the house market and even these were produced in
limited quantities. Production, which has been 80 percent for export
up until now, will now be expanded to meet all local demands and
should save Israel an estimated $200,000 spent on the import of such
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27. 1956 ^Sponsored Workshop Tuesday al With Shavuoth Instruction w hnn for Jewish %  SS£ Mi-mi is scheda 7evenin. May 1. a h Sholom. according to Jnent by Mrs. Mattlda Cident of he Bureau gStion. which Is spoil. workshoptover Abramow.tr. ofthe M !Jewish Center, will be eaker on the workshop m Teach Shavuoth in His talk will be folT ,eachcrs approach to theme by Mrs. Molly ctor at the Coral Calk Center. keynote talks, teach'ak up into four workCarving grade kvels: Kjb Born>tein. of Temple i lead a discussion on the ut level with Herbert [ the Bureau of Jewish Kting as consultant, fcrlev Seeman, instructor Beth Sholom, will lead Ion grades 1 through 4, Jacob Hornstein, of >1, actini; as consultant, nam Pell Solkoff, inTemple Kinanu-EI, will op on grades 5 through ^dncy J. Crecnbt-rg, eductor of Temple Beth i consultant, rager, instructor at Beth David Congregation, will l^d ,ncussion in workshop on grades 8 and up with Saul Rabin, educational direction of Temple Emanu El, acting as consultant. Workshops will use as discussion resource the "Shavuoth Bulletin" which is published and issued by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, will act as moderator at the workshops. Workshop will be preceded by a meeting of teachers who will discuss Bureau scholarships at the University of Miami, implementation of the "Sunday School Teachers Code of Practice" and election of officers of the Sunday School Teachers Assn. Samuel Hollender, director of the Flagler Granada religious school, will preside. Membership Drive Sunday Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Judge Harold Spaet, Miami Beach councilman, will appear over radio station WWPB on behalf of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District at 12 noon. Benjamin Appel is chairman of the membership drive committee. Jackman Receives Local Endorsement The campaign of Judge George I* Jackman in his race for the JodKeship of the Dade county sm;.|| claims court, Group 2, "received added impetus this week according to his supporters. "Jackman's candidacy has received the endorsement of Mayor Krank Navilio, of Florida city Mayor Tom J. Harris, of Homestead; Mayor Daniel D. Diefenbach, of North Miami Beach; Mayor Paul Tevis. of South Miami; and Mayor Charles restore, of Sweetwater," they said. "Several other mayors have endorsed me," Jackman said, "but they told me their respective city charters prohibit them from making such endorsements public. But they're out there pitching for me, they told me." Jackman, senior judge of the municipal court of North Miami Beach, has also been endorsed by the Miami Beach Democratic club. He is a member of the Masons, Elks and several veterans organizations. Page 7 A VOTE FOR i. C. Dressier COUNTY SOLICITOR 1 i KRIENCED wfully prosecuted in past Hi years many imt criminal cases as Chief Prosecutor of Trial > of County Solicitor's office. ILIFIED ting attorney over 30 years before all courts, Jg U.S. Supremo Court. A member of the NaI Association of County and Prosecuting Attorneys. hpmui i l0m mkm 0AllY W f W $, April 13, 1956 mSSUR'S ABILITY TIMID AND PROVE* K/'Ikt" Dressier, who if M seeking •Action as county ma ^> ht all the qualification* for the office. Dressier '""•d M chief of the trial and prosecutino nDemands Against Said Estate: You, and earh of yon are hereby notified jimi required t" present any claims -irui demands which you, "r rltlirr of you, m\ h.ivianalll-l thdo County, II' to Hi,Honorable County Jmiu.-H of Dade County, and file the ss In iii.iioffices In the Dade Ci Courthouse in Dade County. Klorida, within elfhl calendar montks front the date "i he first publication hereof s.ini claims or demands to oontaln the l, l i address "f the claimant and to i„. ,i I,I n in and pi ent


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127, 195G Uge Confab j fl t Center --ce of tow cIub %c Greater Miami imunitv (vntor has for Sunday niijht at ,Sm Branch. 490 SW „ wa announced Dy .. p ijjistanl director. ij The Tem Ager %  nter" 1 rtafl memfcato will be present teting arc youth va&* fjjtn Schlber8 and ( hin and <-xtension suI,e„nar! Romney and Brunch for McCrory Women workers will Rather at I he Vanderbilt hotel Tuesday, 10 a.m., to attend a hrunch for William L. "Bill" MeCrVrv candidate in the 5th District constable's race. Hostesses for the brunch are Ann Rawlinfis, Bobby Graenberg, Olive Delahunt and Kthel Cordon. ted to parIX' Oor. Irving JaL Cautin. Bert Saul, *. Audrey Raskin, RichJ*rol Washer, Elton |^,e Sprafkin, Sony a rt, Howard Relss, L, %  i Schneider, ariin. xine Bo Siumpanier, M r s. w Sharron Hollander. %  Jicqueline Raymer, I and Elaine Ifillman. Pumpernik's Again To Sponsor Team Pumpernik's restaurant and pantry. 67th st. and c<.iimM e eatery l.est known as the hOBM oi Hie pumpernickel bagel, again will sponsor a Little League baseball team in 1956. Co-owner trviag Rubin announced Wednesd.iv tli;,i the Bai.els will compete in the Miami Beach league sponsored by the Optimist club. Charlie Bookbinder, a member of the Optimists and ceowner of the restaurant, called Little League "an outs cantribirtion to the community and excellent training for our fine youth." Bookbinder also announced that plans to celebrate the 1.000.000th pumpernickel bagel served at Pumpernik's are underway. I 1 Perry (seated), candidate for Justice of Peace in discusses campaign with his chairmen. Perry, past 1 of B'nai B'rith, director of Beth David Men's club and nember of Miracle Masonic lodge, spurs plans prior i primary with (standing left to right) Emanuel Leveni Miami area, past president of B'nai B'rith and worjster of Southwest Masonic lodge; William Rafkind, bles area, past worshipful master of Miracle Masonic t Jacobson. Southwest Miami area, president of Men's club; and Peter R. Palermo, West Miami ner mayor of West Miami and assistant county solopen the door to brighter living .. • Louvered Interior Shutters GET THI FACTS — CALL ,,84-0431 for home or office PRICED TO SAVE VOU up to ooi/fkrn M CUM ton* 511 N E. 79th St. (liscspt Sstsiisf HUM) TOO HP A Time CONSTABLE : Office Hours 8 o.m. to 8 sj/ppotr RALPH V. FOR INFORMATION CALL NE 5-1973 ASHBURN H PRIMARY DISTRICT 1, LEVER 42-A Pomerance Rally Due on Saturday Rocky Pomerance campaigners u.ll ttage heir biggest rally thus far at Workmen's Circle. 25 Wash"'•-''"n ave, on Saturday nii>ht. Rose Wa, Mrs Rac Vlvij)n Carl Gardner. Leonard (oleman Simon Rubin and other Miami Beach civic workers will ipd on l,,|ul1 "i Pomaranee, "the career enforcement officer with a distinguished, unblemished record/who te running for Constable, District five, his supporters announced t111^ week. A motor march on Miami Beach is Wso set for Saturday as hundreds "l J'omerancc boosters will comb rict Five on behalf of the can didate who recently resigned detective on Miami Beach to make the race for constable. The 28 year-old Pomerance. Who has lived in this area all his Life T of the Miami Beach Police Department for seven years. | He was the first policeman to re ceive a Courtesy Award from the Chamber of Commerce. "His adherence to police duties earned him several citations from the OS partment for work above and beI his dutie>," bia .support. revealed. Pomerance is running on a "full time officer for a full time job" platform. Page 9 A Ferguson Pledges 'No Law Practice' Thomas Ferguson is a candidate i edly handled more than 150.000 tor judge of the court of crimes, cases as judge of the small claims l-crgu.snn this week told a group' .... of supporters that he will devote in entire time to the duties of the office "and not engage in the pripractice of law." The 52-year-old candidate, a resident of Mami for 32 years, reporta hearing." Ferguson said. "I shall change present order and practice of the court which requires defendants to remain in jail for at least five days before Mrs. Sutton Seeks Refection Here Again a candidate for the peace justice position vacated by the death of her husband in 1951 is Mrs. Ruth Linder Sutton, Coral Gables. Mrs. Sutton will be a candidate in the May Democratic primary election for her second four-year term. She was elected to the post in 1952 after serving 11 months of the unexpired term of her husband. O. B. Sutton, who died Feb. 7, 1951, of a heart attack. The Coral Gables mother, who devotes full time to her justice of the peace duties in District 3, calculates she has heard 4,000 civil and 3,000 criminal cases to date. She has been a resident of Dade county more than 25 years. She received her AB degree from University of Miami, and taught in Dade county public schools for seven years. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Linder, of Coral Gables. Mrs. Sutton's children are Betty. 18, Bill, 17, and Bob, 14. She has been active in civic and welfare work in the Coral Gables area for many years, is a member of the Coral Gables First Methoi dist Church, Soroptomist Club, Delta Gamma fraternity and PTA I groups. District 3 area includes Coral Gables. Miami south of SW Eighth st Rockdale, and the south and west parts of Dade county 40 miles out the Tamiami Trail. BETHENCOURT for a BETTER COURT Justice of the Peace District No. 1 Lever 40-A Immediate PEACE BOND HEARINGS Night Court Trials without delay THESE ARE THE SERVICES YOU ARE ENTITLED TO. THESE ARE THE SERVICES YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING. THESE ARE THE SERVICES I WILL BRING YOU. (I'd. Pol Adv.) 4 4 "What the mouth hath spoken twenty oxen cannot pull back" anon. and State Representative John B. Orr, Jr., Cannot Pull Back His Words ... 7. Advocating Immediate Integration of White and Negro Children in our Public Schools. 2. Supporting the •'•7-Senator Plan" which would reduce Dade County's proportionate representation in our State Senate to that of Okeechobee County with 3500 people. 3. That he is "looking for new sources of revenue to tap." 4. Nor can he pull back the words of the "Daily Worker," newspaper recently seized by the U.S. Government, praising Mr. Orr in this manner: "He opposed condemning Communists for teaching or advocating ideas." (Issue of Sept. 16,1954, after his election!) BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INTEGRATION IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES THE "67.8ENATOR PLAN." BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INCREASED TAXES. BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES AIR AND GUIDANCE TO MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS CITED AS SUBVERSIVE. (Mr. Orr has been attorney for such an admitted member—Dade County Ch. Case No. 135756.) JO BURTON THORNAl OPPOSES 10HN ORR F0* DAOt COUNTY M.et m H Be Certain Vote for BURTON Thornal for STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group Two COUNTY-WIDE VOTE (I'd. Pol. Adv.) The Aviation Industry Employed 20,000 people last year in Dade County contributed $130,000,000.00 to our economy County Commissioner I. D. Mac VICAR For the past 10 years Commissioner Mac Vicar has been very instrumental in improving and expanding Miami International Airport and helping the industry grow. The Airport is rated one of the top three airports in the country. As Chairman of the Port Authority, he has aided and wiH continue to aid this vital industry. "DON'T BACKTRACK. BACK MAC" PULL LEVER 27-A RE-ELECT I. D. MacVICAR MM Pol, A'lv )



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IS. rh Hemo'lal t'hapnl. van in i [ of arJ FREEDMAN "ekihhv' irturef iitaek bvNt :n ; %  '>• %  • Burial • %  \ v -ntr* nl. [ aids* I \. iinanity" tw lum w SILVER v *. vv I \ • S'K 71th \".. I'll II Mi Slnal MO BAJLEV I \'T 10. 1 I le. \i Imml |hi<" anil fon %  -MI '-.im., I lal Ohepnt\ r in l armof local t!*M!\ BRANT 2^ %  I Aur 10 I fn.ni l-ittsl.urffh. furaan, Me waa rlih ami II. Hi WjHin. Survivor* In• I I Mrs. atfii Min. In. lixUng "her ,,, ,| tni [j, ,„,, %  '• apt II In -. with burial nlEDA MANHEIMER "Ith -> ,|„.,| ,,f Whe ..,,„,. from K 1 !" %  •• a ilaiiKhter. and three %  wrlect were *n*ra| H W> II with liurL. Tf • matai). 'NEW YORK? *••*. a***, U. "^T kMtL AN fwa* ••"^•• %  poiera. lorf*. ^•••liMly laralllM* %  • wirtl kiloo. •vilti lion ItM rl(ll MONTHlf "Till •"•••MhiauM, t BMtla miiiu i// 1 '* %  Ntw York SAMUEL M. COHEN M. of 7S NW SInd av„ rt |ei Apr Servlcea anil Interment were in Rtif' falo. N.T.. with Oordon PuiMral Home in chart* n* arranirements. M. BELLA FRIEDMAN 7t, of 143SjrMlllns avve.. wlnt.-r reldeiil finin ( hlcaKo. died In a hoaiilt H | Apr. t. Ke.rvleaa and Interment r> In Chlrar<'. with Rlveraltle-fteach Memorial Chapel Wanhlnat..,, ,"; n In c hare of local arrangement*. RANOOLRR M. NEWMAN 70. of 1141 NW 3th at., died Apr A He rame here ten yeara ago from New Yoik ami wan a retired attornev He IK aurvlved hy a aon, Randolph Jr and A daughter. Mia. liar.-! Haeii' S.rvl.ei. were Apr. 10 at lit. Slnal Cemetery. JACOB M. PINCUS 78, winter renldeiit from R Vila I Pa dle.l Apr. A at hi* Miami Reaeh home t1!7 I'm.. TTM ear HIIII from New York .llej Apr. 9 Suivlvora Inrbida Ian ." % %  ol and Nl.-k; four n's \|,. Delia Rlfkln. Mr*. Ktl.i Perrln Ml Anna Sklar and. Mra. HUda \l %  datOT and eiuht a-r.intl. hildrei, ServPew were Apr. 10 at Uordon Pun< i il Home, with burial In Ml. Nebo i tery. were In Ileach a il^SUl T"!5 wUn Hlver-lde: h .n % :i,'a n ^' 1<>( v 8 ir ,> WMW *-I! f. AM RASH0V8KY SariAe? -FX. V L"""' f """ BwoWyit in ri, J '" "-noanltal. Serviee. were r-unerul Home fa ctlStt JS locally. — D '*ELIAS KAPLAN An* -"".'I "'"•'•""I ave.. HurVatA., ,iied and I. ..." i""" P* !" rron > "•• Vrk ^viLfESUSL*? "Wther. Isaac. v m i'.T "" '"' %  '••I *re In Mew York. .1 In rC d -"'"'' h M m r "" -• .. MORRIS MINTZ '..of MI svv Uln MVl d((-(I % %  h..s„i, a |. A reaident of Miami for i. >.nrs. coinina: from Pblladelphla. he Is survived hv his wife, Jennie and two aon*, Cy ami Stanley Service* and Interment war* Apr I In Ml Sebo ""•'• %  IN-. -ith nm-don'l Kune,.,| I loin,, in oharce lo.allv. WILLIAM J. SERNOFFSKY 1. • %  1700 S Ii, .,-,,,. dl died Apr '' "' %  i hospital A retired attornay who bad practiced In Buffalo, ^ > he isin v |ved by bla wife, Beatrice, and a ann, David Kervicen Api H In Rlveralde-Beai h Memorial i haiiel, Normandy I ale, ,n, burial in Mi. N,.|.O t'ernetery. NATHAN ADLER i i ini ave riled in a bn pltal Apr I He rame i i frofn New York, where he owned iv. lie If aui I I" bla V' lf< Mltlllie. ;,,, I ., iter, MiM.I, Smith Rervleea ni Inten lent were ,,, New Tork, with Hi ." li Mi moi i .1 i 'hapel in chnrne of .u I.IIIL:I ni.iiis. MRS. SARAH MESSEH '' in d who cami hi a u fi nm I'atel aon, N J., apt • -• ,1 barlal wen In I with Rlvei aldi Reach Mi-m.i i.il ChaiM I. Alton rd in barge locajl) DR. JACOB S. SEGAL r a ho d Ii ,i I pi I, a aa burled In 'ini". Inil. with aervlces there. Rlvemlde Beach Memorial I I'liapei. riaaler si, was In chargi 'ioc.ii:> EMANUEL FLAX S3, of lino Ocean dr., .1,,I \ Hualneaa agent for \AH al 141'. In; llonal Ladlea Cafment Werk.-i s. he | N Mirvivi-.l by his wife. Hannah, a son and daughter. Services ami interment MRS. MARY WEIN 17, of T7"i NK Srd ci., died Apr, i she rame here in yeara aso from Seta Hurvlvora Include two aona, Eugene and Arthur; a daughter, M a, Louise Levlne; brother: two alatera, Miss .lellllie l.e\l lllll Mis Allll.l HchaffeL Bervlcea were Apr I In RJveralde I'each Memorial Chapel, Normandy I ale, with burial In Mi. Nebo 'eiiieici y. DUE TO OUR EXPANSION WE REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL SALESMAN Who wonts opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more — with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality loads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appointment call MO 7-2011 or write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. 'CHEVROLET, PHONE 9-6441 l£55 W.FUGLER M'ghtSemce 2300 N.W.7fh AVE. -| PHONE 64-2626 Yes—you can shop around for a new car, but, LUBY SELLS FOR LESS!! See Luby before you sign for any car I W.'/ii/uiif /flimwJtii'iil',.' MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd it Phono MO 1-8201 "tifl MIAM1-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director 1 %  $ %  0 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving tht Jtwisk Community SIKS 192* MIAMI'S ONE ^ mmm GUARANTEED AND ONlf M m. FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS MONUMENT £** "TZT BUILDERS CATERING rxausiVEir TO TNE JEWISH CUtNJILt GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! All Monuments Custom Modi in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I $ 3277 • 79 • SI SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf fo Corner at 33r4 Arena* PHONES: | HI 6 5922 HI 6-5921 [ \ Courteous \ I Efficient T\ Dlgnttied Serviee M LAiyil PEACH FEDERAL .Ani",::'--""""""([NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME;] formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL r a p a a a a a a a a % > a 11 a a % a % % % % a a > % a Edward T. [Newninn i %  Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677



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Page 14B + l^uh ttHr*Ur>ri RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY T M. B^U-D t ii i :i w %  .,.-.' ". % %  • %  Agudath Israel 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox RABBI ISAAC Ev** Fri. evening sftvicr. 6 JO r m Sat. morning services 8: JO a.m. Sermon Topic: "Coal <>/ Humanity it Goodness and Mu.. Arthur R>>—lllll Beth El J 5W • ave. RA*BI SHMAKTAHI T S.V CAN ro* Lo< l %  INHAUS Fri. evening itrvicei 6:15 p.m. 1 am %  Tnon Tapk ;'i i Meesare" i Beth Emeth 12201 V.V Ttii *ve r m Sal '" i Beth Israel 4 Pi line ave. MAN p m. cat 8:10 a.m S< i Beth Jacob :• I i' I %  RAW 1 LBOB STBBM C \N : i IK M M BJCI M a m -non Top The C.'fie'i P • M t > M ad %  • ol ROM I irei i ; Beth Raphael US \\V Jrd ave. RABBI ARIF BH'KIR Fn eveni am "non Tup Beth Tfilah 9?5 Euclid ave. K \hhl )OSI I'M E FUCKOVSKI Fri. i ea 6:JO p.m. s.t morning aervioai s JO am pic: 9 a.m. I Coral Gables Center I Palermo ave. Lib R\BH M INTO* IRVIN.. ROBIV ... 8.15 p m. Serm< -l Topic I Time lo Change < Sat. morning wrvicci 9 43 am Bar Mit:vah Alan Mr ,ind MrAithui Chaaaa • nail. eater Miami Jev.i-h Coi 1 nth activ %  am wiwan Flagler-Granada 11 v.-. Jilt pi c. RABBI LM I Fri evening service* 6:30 p.m niornine am. Sermon 1 "Sufrmji > of th'. Bar Mattvah A of Mr. and Mr-. Abrur Pitcher Hialeah-Miami Springs 951 E. 4th a\c %  •urn-atirr RABBI BORM RAC KOV-KY Fri. cvtaang atwttBBi • • 8:15 pm Sermon Topi> Tale." Saturday morning service' Sermon Topic ••\VeefcN Ponum Homestead Center 18J NE 8th -t Homestead Conservative MORRIS GBRTZ officiates Friday evening services ... 8 p.m. W*^mMmWWUmMMWmmU9WWWmUM^^^ Hollywood Beth Sholem 1725 Monroe M Hollywood ConarrveMw RABBI BAMUBL LltM %  ^ % % %  am* %  • % %  ••* Hollywood Temple Sinai tO PoHi ll Hollywood i i.'ive RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTO* YI HI DAH HMIBRM IN Fri. eve*Mlg Btrricei 8:JO p.m. Sermon Top T'f Fniuie o; /lubum 1*1 Arrt Sat. morning ... 9 a.m. S rmon Topic\V ee\\\ Portion" Israelite Center BW :4th ter. I I Jtire R\BBI MARTIN Msl WM.Y CANT — 8na*t Bt ftaxi Fn evening aervicta 6-JO p.m. s*t morning aervkej I "• ,| am. Sermon Topic: We Kneseth Israel HI5 Euclid m rfiodox RABBI JONAH E CANTO* ABRAHAM SI IF Sat < %  < ... 8: JO a m. rmon Topic: "The Crime I ..'"iv Lauderdale Emanu-El .ve. Ft. LaurJerdak Reform RsBBI MMIII I RAMBON Monticello Park 164th -t if NE l Ith ave Couen RABBI KAAC LE&M Fri. evening a a r vi c ea 8.15 p.m. Sermon Topic: Home Li/e" morning -cr\ice ... 9 am Miami Hebrew School 1101 SYV |2*k ave. RABBI SIMON APRIL CAN IOR Bum Ki I IMFR Fn evening services ... 6 10 p m. Sat. morning services 8: JO a in Sermon Topic: I Pou-er of the Tiwjur North Dade Center 1J6J0W Dixie hwy. Converiutii'e RABBI HF\R> OKOL* V uno* MM BJCg Nrr Fn. evening services 8.15 p m. Sermon Topic: Bur Kiahbu A Ho**" Sat morning Kt 'am. 1701 W'.ishniKton ave. Conteruln t KSBBI IftVWa LFMBMA-. CANTM I'ICIIH BRUMMIR Fri. evening service* ... 5 and 8 JO Sernion Topic: T>.< TON Experience Relin. Sat. mornine services ... 9 am Sermon Topic: ••\Veel(lv Portion" Bar M.uvah Robert, aon of Mr and MM LOOgi Peigenbaum Roger, son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lefft anoMBBmn^ Bar Mit;\ Mi Myron, ion oi Hebrew Academy 918 ftth Bt RABBI A Fri. evening service. 6:23 p.m. mornine BBTVioa ... 9 a.m. Sermon Top 'Weeljlv Portion" Temple Israel 1J7 NE 19th Reform RABBI Josrrtt NAROT RABBI JACOB KAPLAN. Rabbi Ementtu CANTOR JACOB BORNS-THIN Fri. evening services 8:15 pm. Sermon Topic: Reform Iini.uvm MOVOI Toit'drd .Man.!::-. Stotau" ("> Cl -und in a sent-) Sat. morning services 11 a in Bar MJttvnh Ronald, son of Mr. Edna Belford Temple Zion 37:0 S\V l~th -t Cm.ienatne H\rt\l Al rRFI) WAXMAN Fri. evening services % 6:15 p m. Late Fri. o ti view 8:JO p.m. S.-rmon Topic: The Meaning of PneslAood"' Sat morning services 9 am. MRMatVnMBSBBBMMiBaBmBBB*MiCflaMBBBHm Tifereth Israel 6300 N Miami ave. ConeeroatfM RABBI ABRAHAM HlMON CANTO* At BIRT GIANT: Fn. evening aervicea 8: JO p m. Srrmon Topic: The Spirit of Bar kochbd HI Our Dav" S.ii M ... 9 a.m. Sermon Topic: urfing Time" *M I IU-ISI H i -aarnsja—f > r> Torah Temple 1234 Weal ave American Judaism RABBI ABRAHAM CAJ RABBI LotM CASSTL Zamora Jewish Center 44 Zamora C'rurtta.ur RAMI B LEON HtTgSvm CAN ro* Ri DOI m BRII L Fn. evenn 8:15 p.m. Sermon Topic: The Child in Our Midit" Guest apeakan: Arthur Deutsch. chairman ol Zamora religious committee, and Mrv Samuel Miller, PTA prc-ident. Sat. morning services 8: JO a.m. Sermon Top "WcctJ) Pi": Shalom Judaea Plans Activities Shalom Young Judaea group at T>f"r>th Jfsrael Northsitlc (enter |fU preparing (or weekend of membership acuities, accordng to an announcement Wednesday by Diane loy Her son, president. Saturday evening, the group will hold a square dance at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave., with a professional caller in charge. Planned for Sunday is a picnic at Greynolds Park. The president, who is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel spiritual leader, said membership is open to boys and girls age 9 through 12. Mrs. Eva Brant *475 ft.W. 21at STREET Wiifcei fo express her d"e#p appreciation ^ # |* mem, *M expressions ol sympertfty rocehroW on Hie patting of her hoshnnd Benjamin Brant MOV Alhoay, oati.TT'' M UEBBUUm %  fficotuwi "THt 0000 MAM DOfS LIVE ON fOKlVtH Such Rood can he recorded for future generation-, with a M. created by THURMOND. The ageless granite man found on Earth is a part of fiod'i creative pnwei M m fittinc that man should use this material in making Memorial' aftirpiine his faith in Cod and belief in a hereafter with hi loved ones THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Th. Mry While fcriMiaa 3233 S.W. trh St. Ph. 134)249 MARKERS $40.00 plos Cemetery Chorgei Open Stmdtf$ v^v^v^^^v*^JueJ Rutl Sutti Ynr Justice of I DISTRIQ NO.] FailMdlly servi*)] tricl for flie pal | /tearing over /,( and criminal m • ON HER HKl IS PROOF OF I QUALIFICATIOKI r*n North Shore Center Om.trRshHi BIATE* AaaAaaowrrz CAMI I Mi \K;I K: Tri. eveiune atroioai 8:1 5 pm Sernmn Topic"The ]ew and the Ju\ rnile Sat niornine service 8-15 am. Sermon T• VV." c e i;! •. i Temple Beth Sholom 4 1< Liheral RABBI 1: OR SAM ..., R Tri. eveninc service" B;1J p m •mun Topj "The Ho;. a m. Temple B'nai Sholom ro* BEN GIMMBMEM Fri. evening tervKes 815 p m. CANDLEUGHTING TIME Iyar 16 — 6:32 p.m. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln at Washington Put your valuables and important papers in o MERCANTILE SAFETY DEPOSIT CORPORATION box at rentals as low as $4.40 a year ond KNOW they are SAFE. RENT A BOX TODAY Member Federal D.-po-. i Imurancc Corp. f cdt r Oi MJGUST BROS ftv li t /.. hr W Re-Eli GRAI1 Stock YOW COUNH CC Progress] Dei "Everybody's Dade Commissioner" Won the Outstanding Good Government Awj Notional Junior Chamber of Commerrt first term in otfict Yomr Vote Appreriaied &


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*^u'} I f i ^J, *** MM WDIAH WANTED HAIR LucWy permanently | 0 RT WAVE SYSTEM olwis Specialist Manila HI 4-4961 Miss Shapiro and Sidney Widlan Exchange Vows MUs Phyllis Harriet Shapiro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Shapiro. Lon*meadow, Mass., hecame the Wide of Sidney Widlan, of Miami, 'son of Mrs. Frances Widlansky, of Miami Beach, and the late Samuel Widlansky. Ceremony took place in Rahhi Leon Kronish's study at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday, Apr. 18, in 2:30 p.m. rites. Mrs. Peter Pantages, sister of the groom, of Miami Beach, was matron of honor. William Widlan, of Miami, served as best man for his brother. An intimate family dinner followed at the Lincoln Manor. The bride is a graduate of High School of Commerce in Springfield, Mass., and also attended American International College in Springfield. She was employed at the U.S. Armory in Springfield. Mr. Widlan attended schools in New Jersey, received his degree in education at Ohio State University and did graduate work at the University of Miami. At present, he is in business in Miami. The bride selected a street length' white and gold gown with fitted bodice, bouffant skirt, hinh neck and short sleeves. Her nose veil was attached to a pink flowered hat. She carried a Bible with orchid corsage and carnations. The couple will spend their honeymoon touring Florida. Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions HIES UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUL HERMAN on the Ocean et lineal* leW FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE Ji 1-0111 MM. SHIKMAN ffllSDMAH Freed mans to Live On Miami Beach Miss Sally Dawn Jordan and Sherman Freedman were married Apr. 12 by Rahhi Irving Lehrman in his study at Temple I*manu-El. The bride, who made her home at 4430 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, is (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jordan. She wore a gown and headpiece of imported blue lace trimmed with rosebuds and carried v. lute orchids. Mr. Freedman is the ROD of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice .1, Freedman. Baltimore, lid., and is associated with Southern Wine & Spirits Co., in Miami. A reception was held at the Algiers hotel following a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Freedman will live 'at 2031 N. Meridian ave., after a honeymoon in Nassau. Stock Market Discussed Beth Emeth M e n's Club met Wednesday evening at Sun City motel. Guest speaker was Sidney Platto. of Bache and Co., in a discussion of the stock market. ,urdiiie's... • Smu^u fanuoni MM 00010 Of UNSHINE FASHIONS' Pit off. mm BEACH FT. WIST PALM BEAU CAU. fa FFWKLKV FKESS, live /ON "rWUsFuW C\GIWtD WEDDINGS _CALLING CARD* • INFORMAL* •TOCKS • MHQt • STATtONWY *T QUALITY • KXCEU-KNT SERVlCB? PHONE FR 3-8306 tat SCIENCE SHRINKS PILES New Way WITHOUT SURGERY Healing Substonce Relieves Pain —Shrinks Hemorrhoids For the firit time science has found a new healinq substance with .the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain —without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amaiing of all results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. Thia substance is now available in SUPPOSITORY or OINTMENT FORM under the name PREPARATION H. Ask for it at all drug counters—money back guarantee. *(R) tibuy MORRIS BROS.' !gg[tiiif[ C harge Aeeoumt **wg dow ... \/Z.*m tMlwco month md NO CAMYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. J 0*4441 j *"" %  MIAMI IIACH SUWSJpl T*iat fcf ipirar CUSfOm IMUUUt 1104 LINCOLN 0AD Miwai loth 9473 HAMMO AVENUE %  %  hlli HEARING AIDS 5.^. AN A*e*o* Cewefc %  tnlh^TvTMIR Stinky GeulH#*rfcf Aloe 1231 Lincoln *d M ••" Page 9 B FOR A SHORT TfifffC ONLY! COWEN'S ANNUAL 1600 PAIRS Ladies 9 Fine Shoes • Peacock • Johansen • Paramount • Paradise • Cowan's deluxe • • Shenanigans Cormo VALUES TO $21.95 • Pumps • Straps • White • Blue • Kids • Caff • Ties • Mufti • Black • Brown • Suede • Mesh •J!" 300 PAIRS LADIES' FLORSHEIM SHOES discontinued styles regularly $14.95 to $17.95 I' reduced to flO. m V Refund*, No Exchange* All Sale* Flnnl nation 155 B. flatter ft^Bw.eVnt 4#g.V Miami OPEN MONDAY EVENJNGS


,A?rU
27, 1956
^Jewistincrfariair,
jet Holds Ownership of 'Zionist Literature' Top Offense
Continued from P9 1 A Thp proceedings and the mm.Ii. r .u
, Alible repercussions in the West when Indicate that white the w, ? f the senteces
" CS known, for the proceeding, were under^ng a change STtlff ^ ""* *
"er. .:....:.., iMinn must he reearded a K mange, the Soviet att furies tnu,arH
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K^At'soviet Union must be regarded as a
The accused were given even
of toirness
xplain their actions and defen ....... attitudes toward
Jeus ,s only a little better than it was during the
worst excess of the campaign which followed the
SS and .hey made full use of th.s. They discovery of the "doctors- plot," the correspondent
able to engage the best Moscow lawyers. states.
Shafkin States
His Qualifications
Candidate for constable. District
15, Louis Shafkin, this week re-
peated his qualifications for office
in the May 8 primaries.
Shafkin has been chairman of
the Miami Beach planning board
for the past three years and a mem-
ber of the board since its inception
in 1949.
He belongs to the Shrine, Elks,
Masons and Chamber of Com-
merce. Shafkin is president of 14
club, Associate Patron of Order of
Eastern Star 225 and has lived in
Florida for over 30 years.




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Page 10 B Jewlsiiihr/dHi**) ON M Y RECORD.] lew* you to be my j^ e you wont me to conti nu€ J YOUR JUDGE of the iT COURT." ^ U Ke&p J u c | 3e SIDNEY L. SEGJUI PULL LEVER 35-B "•'' I 1 "!. A.!v Women cf Southwest Miami lend their efforts in the final drive to achieve the Combined Jewish Appeal goal. Shown mapping assignments to cover all Jewish residents are 'left to right) Mrs. Milton Yaffe. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Shirley Queen, Mrs. Muray Lazarus and Hymen Chabner. Beth Sholcm Womer Elect Mrs Pine Mrs Sol S I'.-' • 'in dr Surfskl e< t( president "l the Sisterll t of Temple B< th Sholom sin' *ucceedi Mrs Irving B. Kaplan, who has hold office for the past two jr< an Mrs. Pino, who has been prr-i dent Dt the Temple's PTA for the past two yeai i, came here in 1051 She is ;i ri.111 -v %  ( .| \,w York, where she graduated from New York University. Her father, Mr Morris Sukoff, is a prominent Jewish com munitv leader there In St Louis and Jamaica, N Y. the was ictive in Sisterhood work. Ha PTA ami Sisterhood. Oth) lMfii era rl( cted with \ 1 • Pini ire: \ ice presidents, Mm Barry Cameron, Mrs Many w. nreerfberg, Mr~ Louis Shapiro and Mrlivers; recording secretary, Mn Albert L Rosen 1 ; corresponding secretary, Mn Benjamin Mandell; financial secret*' i> Mrs. Irwin A. Durbin: treas urei. Mrs. Michael Merest; chapI in Mrs. I.eon Kronish; social secretary, Mrs. Samuel Kelemer. Mrs I'ine and the other otficers and newly elected board members will he installed at the Si-terhmid's annual installation luncheon on Ma) 8 at the Algiers hotel. Rapps Dancers to Entertain Fred and Rheta Rapps. of the Rheta Rapps Dance Academy, will entertain at the annual spring hop Saturday evening at Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center. CITIZENS OF DADE COUNTY MKKT... Robert J. LEWISON Candidate tor Judge, Small Claims Court • Resident of Dode County 26 years. • Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith (21 • Active on C.J.A. Committee (lawyer's Drvfsio • Purpose, a simplified set of rules of evkJnct] procedure so that parties may represent th without an attorney. • Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8,1956J THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELI (Pd. Pol. Adv.) / // KEEP ANNA BRENNER MEYERS On Your SCHOOL BOARD "Reward Able and Devoted Service" ms. sot s. rrnt PULL LEVER 38A ilM I' Ad\ ) Traditional Supper Slated Traditional supper will be served at the dance sponsored by the (.olden Age Friendship club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday evening at 450 SW 16th ave. VOTE von l.Vli KIJAT j JOHNSON E. Davis TO YOUR LEGISLATURE Group #1 • CIVIC LEADER • 'hSORE AND BETTER ROADS WITHOUT NEW TAXATION" PULL LEVER 14 A A REPRESENTATIVE FOR ALL Of BADE COUNTY YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED" The SMOG Curse of Los Angeles WAS produced by IMPROPER ZONING! RALPH Fossey has G plan of Action vo prevent us from facing this curse. KEEP GEORGE ROGER Your Consfc DISTRICT N1. 2 PULL LEVER 43-A His Record Speeb, DID YOU KNOW??? • Your Constable. George Hoflera, hat served over 10.000 Cf Civil Papers, and hat investigated over 150 homicidet *""•] • Rogers is a gradual* of Miami Police Academy (NatM mzed with instructors from the PBI and U of M. faculty.' has ten years of law enforcement experience with i %  record • Roger* has reeided In Dlatrtct in District 2 tor 111 )• %  *, member of Masons. Shrine. Elks. Moose. D A.V., m """Dace County executive Committee and Young OtmocneHi IlM lyL, VOTE MAY 8th FOR RALPH FOSSEY L (Paid M Adv.) Judge Francis] Christij JUSTICE OP THE District No. 1 THERE IS HO JL ^_ m ^ mmmmm FOR EX****] Sat as Associate Judge oi the Small tie* 1 Daring 19S4-19SS PRICIWCTS 44 THROUGH 66 PULL LEVER 40 A ^ "YOU* VOTE APPHBCim (Pd. Pol. AdO J



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Js*** ******** \ s\ rx Net*, with vice presidents Mrs. I. KHarris. Mrs. Samuel Berlin, Mrs. Barney Modes and Mrs. John Porte. Mrs. Irving i^hrman will official ainstalling officer. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will deliver the invocation. I'losram chairman Mis LuvUt Spector has arranged a novel then,,i,, ^ ,, :i> 4 | llll( llon wuh he them* „i the Installation and lunch a Hawaiian "Welakatiao I aina or "whopec bast." 'WWWW M LEVER 21 A tor *M ^m [rather Singer (right) poses with Mrs. Sarah Czech and L Miami chairman Jacob Sher at Thursday's Israel flunchecn letinq Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. Singer anted her resnrollnwnl a3 a Trustee ol Israel, men or en who purchase at least $10,000 in Israel Bonds in one J ^i*-i WJ ^; ..... i Mrs. Lehman Wi!i Take Second Term National Council of .].Women will have their final in< fUHation luncheon of the year on Wednesday. May 2. at the DiLidd hotel. Mr*. Jean C. Lehman will take office as Section president for a second term Serving with her will be Mrs. Samuel GeitlMUl, vice president, Mr.-. Burton Goldstein, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph Duntov, corresponding secretary'; Mrs. Ben Singer, treasurer; Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the nominating committee. President of the Miami Division is Mrs. Sidney Lewis, with vice presidents. Mrs. Robert Schwartz. Mrs. A. L. Nadlar. Mrs. Theodore Berman and Mrs. Harold Zeeman. Mrs. Howard Grove heads the Miami Beach Division as presiIttS. MH C. HHMAM tppriYficwf ELECT Ernest E. ; SISTRUNK YOUR CONSTABLE District 2 13 Years Law Enforcement F.B.I. National Academy Graduate Able • • • Honest (M Pol. Adv.) Superintendent of Public Instruction Yonr linnrnntee ot The FINEST education possible for EVERY boy and girl in Dade County. A FULL dollar's worth of education for f VERY tax dollar spent. There is no Substitute tor IVIIdim V TRAILING i;\ii;mi;\ri: LEADERSHIP Eleet JOE HALL the QUALIFIED Candidate ii'ii. Pol Adv.) Progress with Jess Re-elect JESS TO THE PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY "/ fcove earnestly tried to bring to my county the best in government. I hope that my work he% met with your approval ana" that you will re-elect me County Commissioner." YARB0R9UGH COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Til. Po|, Ail' .) 1' • %  ; .i %  Retain JUDGE HUGH DUVAL AS YOUR JUSTICE OF PtACt DISTRICT 1 PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 3th "Your Vote Appreciated" i • E EECT I. Ray Mills Constable District No. 3 RESIDENT Of DISTRICT FOR 30 TEAKS SOUTH OF S.W. Ilk STRUT TO HOWARD DRIVE An Experienced Man for a Man's Job aU* COUNTY AND DrSTtKT Tain FOD 30 YEARS, 'W C0NT NUAUT IN FURUC SERVICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT. "uow, s 0 ety Director ami Chief of Patfco. I fau ?. 0d C# *" T **Hlf ( Deportment. ri*. V^Z A, ey'i Inwostifotor. Kiel \.. B ,ro M Pf>artweot Invt.tijot.r. DMIT C( V"" V *roKHf Offke. "•*••' •• Count* Criminal loreoo of lestie.o:ien. %  i-JCT HAY #JV MAY tth £II Lever 42 B |'..| A.lv I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Pull Lever 25-B KEEP DADE GROWING HughW PETERS YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Aeeomplishments • • Not 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 NO SCRSTITITE FOR EXPERIENCE Stand Pat with "PAT" PETERS (I'd. Pol. Adv.) i i



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Page 6 B %  Jewish rkrkHan Frid A *Jri& BK. ^VR*^O9BBH ffi ^"! B^H ^jJJ --^-^ Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. famous Miami Beach and New York notel woman, is congratulated by movie star Debbie Reynolds and her husband, songster Eddie Fisher, at the WaldorfAstoria hotel in New York City, after Mrs. Grossinaer was ented the "Fight for Sight" award of the National Council o Combat Blindness. The citation was made tor hat* e fforts n behclf of the blind. FlagEer Women Will Install Officers Mrs Htrrj llirh will b stalled ni chairman <>i the Woaa : the Flagler Granada wish Commimitji Center on eninfi :it the Center Mrs. Hirsch to be Honored Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women. .11 hold a card party luncheon on saneaday noon at the home >>1 r-. William Clem. I860 SW 4th Mrs. Irving Hirsch will be t o nored Donor Card Party Due Trail Women club will hold a ( nor card party on Saturday eve,,i 2483 sw 8th it Mrs Lawrence Beck is chairman of the afMI-. Other officerare first UIT chairman, MrLeonard Goldman; nd vice chairman. Mrs Meyer Brilliant, treasuier. Mr-. Michael Shaw, recording secretary. Mrs. Harold (ireen; ("rrespondinK secretary. Mrs Kdward Peyser Mrs. Stanley C. Meyerwill intall the new officers and board memberin an unu.-iial ceremony. Flagler Granada choral groat), under the leadership of Mrs. Paul Draizar. will render several nu tribe rv OORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22ad AVL Ph. HI 6 5860 Have your roof repaired now; you j will iav* on a new roof latar I "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Proceeds for Building fluid Bath Kineth Sisterhood will hold .1 hake -ale Monday in front of the NW 119th st store of Kwik < bek. Mrs. Howard Kichman heads the committee, and all proceeds will igo to Beth BjBMth building fund. Hadassch Ladies In Annual Fete More than 800 Hadassah women have been invited to attend the I annual donor Luncheon of the t, Miami chapter of Hadassah. according to Mr-. Oscar S. Sindcll. president Ihe atfair will he held at the Seville hotel on Monday noon and will be dedicated to the members df all 1* Hadassah groups whose work throughout the year has Bided the Hadassah chapter in fulfilling financial committments i narleAuerhach. of Cleveland, (. will be i'iie-t -peaker. He is the author of a book on Jewish I aw and itintluence upon common law. entitle! "The Talmud -a Gatwa> to the <"ommon Law." The program win consist of a musical drama based upon a story by Sholem Alcichem's "The Town of (helm" directed by Sam Hirsch, with original miiaar by Robert Stla--berg "Im.V awardwill l>e presented by Mrs Samuel Sapiro. and Mrs. Jacob I>a\is will conduct the Calendar Year Book ceremony. MrDorothy Kneger Fink is donor chairman, with Mrs. Harold Melmck aprogram chairman. Mrs. Betty Feuer and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf are in charge of arrangement!_ y A Pratt;'i SALE (Ceral Gables Days) (2 days only) FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 27 Ml ir HI Fl IP RKORDS, 3.98 li„ % SAU PRKf a.19 .a^ "* WESTWNSTER (Wl Series) and URANIA 12" i n SAUPtKt U3tt. $29.95 COLUMBIA 3-SPKD PORTABLE PHnwr. SAUPUKi LttbM WW STATICLOTM RECORD CLEANING CLOTH 1 on „J SAU PRICE Zik ... 620 COLOR FILM, SAU PRICE ,!>,. roU 8 mm roll KODACHROME FILM 2.A\XX>AXX\\XX>AX%\VV>AV vvvxxxxyv*x\xxv*vx%x%\xv%viK BABY SHOES BRONZED! $£95 Piatint all Metals ia all finishes O III! O Sil.tr • Citeet o Nitkel • Suit o C aca.ua o CaraeM o INIIMI 6 PR. • %  ton PLATING AT ITS BfJT" \ PRfSfftVED FOREVER/ For fost Service Visit Our P/ont LONDON PLATERS, Inc. PLANT: 10a0 I 24th STRUT HIAllAH — TU 7-1021 MIDTOWN 2004 BISCAYNI BLVD. MIAMI — 'a 4-0700 ^XXVXXVX%X Jr / ^^S Hard Cash Softest thing there is to fell back on. SoaVt where your monoy is invited, pw ttctod M6 earns that big 3% dividend. Dacle Federa | PH M HI ION, Prr-sideni "On* of thm tfostaWs OWaat and Largest" 4 CONVlNliMT • 45 *.l. Hrrt *. • ^ **££ ofFicis .mis.w.s*s...^" w7 *^ ONCf A WtiK fVfNWO HOUIS AND raff CUSTOOW >A*K*O AT ALL OFFKB So Habt* EspofW Risouicis IXCIID ee MIUIOH OOM


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Page 4 A +Je*l5Lncr£clian_ wJenisti florid tin Published every Friday elnce 1927 by the JewishM Fiorioun at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami IS, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones FR 4-1141 — FB 4-8212 uirice oi Miami, na., unaer me ct or marcn 3. ici. ,__ K V-.-K. The Jewish Floridian has adsorbed ths Jew.sh Unity The Jewish Florl.lian d(.e not a-.iarantee tne Ksn and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teleruth of the merr-handim*<1vertle £OL. ARVEY'S eloquence ^* speaks in increasing levels of dignity for his people at home and abroad. When the Jack Ablin Memorial was to be dedicated rn Miami on December 19, 1954. Col. Arvey arrived at Douglas Gardens in a fever of illness. He had not felt well for days before that. And for weeks before that, there mulled in his mind a complex of thoughts that would be appropriate for the occasion. It is symbolic of his personality that, unlike others of his professional and national stature, he never intended to appear that Sunday with a few glib remarks on his tongue. Certainly, Jack Ablin had been a life-long acquaintance, but the dedication also meant the opening of a new wing for people who would pass their twilight years in ease and comfort. Perhaps it was the childhood memory of his old father, Israel, who kept the milk and bake goods store on Pacific st, or of his delivering these goods in a horse and wagon after his father's death. Perhaps it was the recollection of his father's proud presidency at Beth Hamidrosh Hagodol. But, more likely, for Col. Arvey, there was the eversignificant identification with his proud past — a vast vision of countless generations of Jews eking out their existences in farflung corners of the world even as, in the midst of their travail, they made Judaism the center of their spiritual purpose. To this day, Col. Arvey will look from his patio windows out across the restless waters of green Biscayne Bay and mouth with feeling the ancient imprecation: Al tashlechaynu l'ays zikna —Do not forget us in the days of our age. "Jews have always feared old age," he will say, "and with good reason. I remember the profound impact these words made on me when I first heard them as a youth in synagogue. I suppose, in a sense, our generations long Jewish exile was a kind of never-ending old age, when this divine prayer for guidance lost meaning according to the popular definition of time. Thus, for him, the Jack Ablin Memorial symbolized a haven for the weary and the tired—a just F OR AS Col. Arvey, as' said: "Israel is P* because it is the sto five thousand year* of i Israel is precious to %  < it is the symbol of i determination of tr* ^ himself, to resist uV the ideals which alonei daism capable of sun* land of Israel is a pW* tuary for hundreds of r The land of Israel is • spiritual reservoir %  every Jew conscious %  with every other %  nourishment." -j. In protecting I* rae *1 feels. "I protect mysel "1 my people everyah^ honoring Israel. •* J" unknown soldier o J people, the namely Kog-ve their Ihtj* generation^ so u Sew" would rMj-" 1 of greatness We fl* on our history" *"*•• £ It



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Page 8 B +Jew!siincr*tion a>tma.stcr> International. Miami Beach Junior chamber of Commerce and M.i sons. The couple are planning to he married June 10 at the DiLido hotel, MISS PIARL HUMAN Aid n mi e MISS PHYLLIS SnVtKMAN Miss Haiman Will Live in Brooklyn Mr and Mrs, Benjamin lie-''. Coral Gables, announce the cnc.r.n-nient of her Mster. pearl Haiman. to Stanlej chi//ik New York. Mis, Haiman is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Louis Haiman. Buffalo. NY. The couple plan an Apr. 28 wedding in Now York. After the honeymoon, they will make their home in Brooklvn. MISS SHIILA HIKt MISS VAltKIt SOLOMON Double Wedding in December for Valerie and Sheila Planning a double wedding in December are Valerie Jean Solomon and Sheila Price. Valerie Jean is engaged to Sheila's brother. Mel. and Sheila is the bride-to-be of Valerie Jean's brother, Phillip Gordon. Mr and Mrs. Samuel B. Solomon. 500 Lakeview dr.. Miami Beach. -re the parents of the one brotherBister duo. Mr. and Mrs Jack Price 4240 SW 13th tor., are parents „i the other. The joint marriage will take place in Detroit. Miss Solomon and her fiance attended the I'niversity of Miami where she joined Alpha Epsilon Phi. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi. He plans to enter the construction business Miss Price is an alumna of Miami Beach High School. Her prospective bridegroom attended the I niversity of Miami, where he became a member of Alnha Fr. %  .i., n Pi. He is vice president of United Steel Sales, Inc.. oi Detroit June Rites for Lucille Wassell Miss Lucille S. Wassell will graduate, from college and be married soon after. Her engagement to S. Samuel Kestenman is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Wassell. The bride-to-be graduated from Miami Beach High School She attended the University of Alabama and is graduating from Boston University in June. She is a member of the school of fine and applied arts, and has been IVice president and tre;, wan. %  • trim inches from heavy hip*, thighs, arms and legs, atMoi& PI^'u"* W i &t J ht STA UFFE* HUME PLAN. Harper s Bauar Magaiine if*, the body you live in it your prize i. take cart of k." Mil DIMONf rtATIOM U. a IWtar i.m.a. J" *••• *• — 1 r Sa a .wa ^^, '•••• "7*w w •*+> <•**, far • IMH ewaeartafcf 1* yaw ewa heaw. Ne eMIaaNa*. STAUFFER Home Reducing Pl.tn CALL 84-7811 Tftt NJL 1st Ay.. •, tie. PIANIST AVAILABLE PARTIES, TIAS, LUNCHEONS, WED 0INCS, ate Own Electronic Pertaalt Piana. Call ielaoNE 44SM. we**** \sumer 37 N.E. Stft St. m, O-M-l AL MKIOKNaaHQ, Owi ANNOUNCING he opening of another Sylvia 9 DKcGN F0* KAUTY Special,,ng In Hair Tints '•7S 71at aT.. MIAMI BKACH Telephone UN t 1211 alaa SYLVIA KAUTY SALON % %  LMAft HOTEL £^L?W.4| Joseph Upton, president of Dade Federal Savin left Miami this week to attend the annual meetinn i 8 fu" Bd Loan Bank Board in Greensboro, N.C. Follow** ,i 7*he will join daughter Harriet in Boston for SoDhoLl' $** Wellesley College Apr. 28. ^Phomore Father,! Jimmy Gordon is at home on leave after finici.with the U.S. Navy in Bainbridge, Md. The „,„ T( u ^* Gordon, prominent civic and philanthropic workers ha the family's S. Miami ave. home Mav 3 fnr M,.r... %  J i "* and | fc home May 3 for Norfolk" V? ""H ship. The 21-year-old will be in service for two yearV "*'* Joseph Adolman has switched his Hollis Hills Li Miami and a permanent setup here. Joe has open ri' res '* l, | Commerce bldg. for his magazine subscription agency lctsi J Star Island home of the Alex Richardson* was the sit* l of a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tobias and his I Tobias, visiting here from Hollywood. The trio left Mrwj. to California. Henry and Harry are noted major film studios in the movie capital. composers assorts Special assignment this past season for Henry Was hi* ment directorship at the Eden Roc. Completing the sue* i party in their honor were Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Rich.rdsL daughter-in-law of the hosts, and the Lou Hoimartt. The Alex Richardson* are just back from a two-week Mexico. Hasses Reveal Myra's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haas, 500 SW 64th ave., announce the en-' gagement of their daughter, Myra, to Martin Stein. The couple, who met at a dance last December, are planning an Aug. 4 wedding at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and a member of the Miami Beach chapter of Junior Hadassah. She is employed with the Dade county sheriffs department. Her fiance, son of Mrs. Rebecca Stein. 5760 SW 9th st.. and the late Albert Stein, is employed with the Dade county road patrol. A graduate of South Side High School, Newark, N.J., he has served five years active duty in the Marine Corps. 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WiH Chair r5 Banquet [ Cutler, local attorney '.officer and board fireat( .r Miami Jewyr. Center, has been S,Val chairman for the PttUUon.l ball to S by the Centof on Lhi. May I 2 at /J" L| it Ml announced by Lsirkin. president. highlight of the event honoring of all past the Jewish conimuj m ovcmcnt in the Mitotaling 22 in numhrr. ulude pa-t prosidenU • Miami Jewish Com^r'and Its previous Wies. the former [ 0 ( Miami. YM-YWMA jjch. and the Jewish Ration, as well as the £,da Jewish Commawhich is affiliated A. BUDD CC/TUR 1 Cutler in this affair I ~of the community : ide \irMilton Sirkin, t Stuart Winston. Mrs. i jor, Mr. and Mrs. BerUr.Leon Kaplan. Mrs. | Mr. ami Mrs. Angel jorge Pickar. Mr. and Hugel. Irving Saal. fits. Herman Feldman, Sussman. I.eon Epbvin .Englander. Mrs. fnn Mrs. Samuel Zibit, fcuel Goldstrich, Mrs. T. Mrs. Randy PolangUMkind, Mrs. Henold Strumpf. Mrs. Ray Lax. Robert Brown. Lou Bush, Mrs. Rabbi Malavsky Talks Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Israelite Center. Miami, this week addressed students at the University of Miami on "The Modern Approach to Judaism.' Winners Revealed In Bureau Contest Winners of he annual essay-art l "T, S Te(l by ,he Bureau of Jewish Education were announced last week by Mrs. Matilda H Ratner, Bureau president. The contest was open to students of all Jewish schools. 11 years old and up, under the general subject of Jewish Life in Israel." Nine schools participated in the contest with awards presented at r .. V lsrael celebration 01 all ./..wish school, held at Beth uavid Congregation Apr. 15 First prize in the essay contest wen to Cynthia Grossman, Coral Gable* Jewish Canter; second prize to Claudia B. Bialolenky, Temple Emanu-El; third prize to DorothyMayer. Tifereth Israel. Miss Grossman's essay was on "What Does the State of Israel Mean to M Fi'-I prize in the art contest Page 11 B was won by Neal Haiduck, of the Beach Branch, Workmen's Circle, I whose subject was "Home," a I water color drawing depicting the arrival of refugees in Israel. Second prize went to Barbara Toback, Helaine Schwartz and Bruce Matza, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center; third prize to Carol Greenfeld, of the South Dade Jewish Center. Prizes were awarded through the courtesy of the Ratner family and consisted of Israeli art objects. The contest is an annual project of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. 19*6 Sltullti LabO' HIPS s> TUMMY THIGHS Stauffer V System No matter how much overweight you arc (or how long you've carried the excess weight), Stauffer System can bring you a more beautiful figure. We take inches frbni hips, tummy, thighs, beautify your posture! Telephone for FREE TRIAL visit. 5837 S.W. 73rd St.. South Miami Phone MO 7-C 71 te Teacher Will Meats in Recital Miami voice teachent a recital of her day afternoon at the en's club, 1737 Bayudent ill feature Miss Long's soprano Eleanor J ng are Lacy Coe,' IJorence Ames Aus-1 n Saxon, accompaLesser Elected Vets' Chairman Alfred A. Lesser, national deputy chief of staff of the Disabled American Veterans, has been elected chairman of the Florida Veterans Home Committee (Soldiers' Home) by department delegates of all veteran organizations at a meeting called at Pass-a-Grill, Fla., by Melvin T. Dixon. state service officer for veterans affairs. Dixon has been elected executive director and secretary of this committee and a resolution will be forwarded to the veteran organizations at their state department encampment so that a soldiers home can be erected in the state of Florida for the convenience of all veterans who will requite it. The Florida veterans home committee instructed Lesser to attend all state department encampments to explain to delegates how this project will be put into effect. Committee was appointed by Gov. LeRoy Collins in Tallahassee on September 29, 1955. ccars RE-ELECT W. m NGWl HUDSON CONSTABLE District No. 1 Subntitute lor 12 Years' I'.xpvrivnrv'" LEVtR 42-B MAY 8th (Pd. Tol. AcR ) Mia Ana R. 'ARDISON *n Uthtr T.) [HSTABLE 3, Dade County £*J" ••* Street inHonest ABLE Experienced Pull Lever 43A May 8 i ( |.,,j,I l'..l Adv.) ^•fcl'ty t 4 4^, j, .fc.w. by (Mr M "—** MwihtMt —* fmmumiti. fc— %  M illee l •! Dbtrkt 3 %  c*ili, y t0 t „ tfct ^ Umi '*' ho.euy h M y kMlM %  %  •istritnctd SM4 kwt I JUDGE GENE Williams COURT OF CRIMES! "Qualified by Experience" Pull Lever 34 B MAY 8 (I'd Pol. Adv ) PERSONALIZED SERVICE "ART" "MAUHY" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairi and Painting ( Phonei FR 3-2244, FR 4-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street VOTE FOR j Justice with Prompt Hearings \ ELECT THOMAS S. (TOM) FERGUSON JUDGE of COURT of CRIMES ] 22 Years Experience as Judge J in Dade County Age 52 and Resident of Miami 32 year*. J At Judge of Small Claims Court and Justice of Peace handled more than 150.000 cases. PREPARED AND SPONSORED FIRST SMALL CLAIMS COURT FOR FLORIDA IN DADE COUNTY. First President of Young Democratic Clubs of Dade County. Past State President of Young Democratic Clubs of Florida. Elected Delegate to Democratic National Convention 3 times. Past Vice President of Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mason, Moose. Elk, Woodman, Eastern Star (Past Worthy Patron), and member of Riverside Methodist Church. I shali change present order and practice of Court which requires defendants to remain in Jail for at least 5 days before a hearing is had. I shall devote my entire time to the duties of the office and not engage in practice of law. I shall use common sense in performance of all duties. THOMAS S. (TOM) FERGUSON Your Vote Appieciaied (Pd. Pot. Adv.) PULL LEVER 34 A RESTORE CONFIDENCE WITH LEGAL COMPETENCE!" Elect MORTON L. ERRY JUSTICE OF PEACE 9 O Lever 11-A CHARTER MEMBER Miracle Masonic Lodge. FOUR-YEAR DIRECTOR Beth David Men's Club. PAST PRESIDENT Levin Lodge B'nai BVith. OVERSEAS VETERAN Air Force World War II. QUALIFIED ATTORNEY National Ass'n. Claims Att'ys. American, Florida and Dade County Bar Ass'ns. (I'd. Pol. Adv.) \



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w— • zrr-r Page 12 B +JeisttnorJM!9r7 Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. David Provus. Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Prof, and Mrs. Ernest Bergmann. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Basch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky. PROf. ERNST BERGMANN HONORED AT BEACH RECEPTION Upward of $80,000 Pledged to Hebrew University at Fete .._ .; w „.~4 Prof tnrv which will bear his and f Borden Company Spends Over 17 Million in Florida The JJurdcn, ^Company spent J17..172.204 in Honda last year, it was reported" horv \v This fotrmarOfc -with 915,91 lftMLr.l. ft^US^Wwifc di-n'ti Dairy,, pointed (Wt thm Che*' totals represented money paid | ,, raw products and Lngredie.nl to cmn!ivcc in payroll checks. They did not include amount, paid to local and state govern merit"* in various taxes and asses; ments, he added. In addition, White said there were approximately 030 Borden stockholders in the state of Florida Fiid^ j or Old ^ %  wii to .i L orn the WoJ^j The arrival in Miami of a prolexsor of organic chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and chairman of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission was the impetus here some ten days ago for gifts to the Hebrew University to tailing upward of $80,000. The visitor was Prof Ernst P Bergmann. who is in the I'nited States on an official tour of American atomic energy installation^ tinder the sponsorship of the Greater Miami chapter. American Friends of the Hebrew University, a reception at the Seville hotel honored Prof Bergmann and his wife, Mrs. oida C. Ru> 1 in, 5901 N Hayshore dr.. is chapter president. Some 50 top communitv h s at the reception heard Prof Bergmann describe the phenomenal progress made by the university in recent years despite the fact that its library atop ML Scopus is virtually out of reach of the school's students The 1948 Israel-Arab war of liberation has placed that geographical part of the university under Arab control Nonetheless. Prof. Bergmann declared, the Hebrew University is today considered one of the foremost centers for research and higher education in the Near Fast. Responding to the address. Miami communal leader David ProMis pledged S50.000 to the school tor the establishment of a dormaCrackdown Vowed On 'Adjusters' Warning to Dada countiaru to be wary of debt adjustment or "debt lumping" tirms until the 1957 leg islature takes action on them was i cued this week by Rep. Georgi s i andidate for the state senate. Such iirms. which promise to lake over your worries about your bills and pay them off in reduced amounts over a period of time tor a 'reasonable fee." are moving into Florida in considerable numbers." he said "They have been prohibit ed by legislation in the states of Main.'. Massachusetts I'ennsylvania, Georgia, Virginia and New York within the past two years. There are sound reasons for this. "It is my intention to introduce legii lation at the forthcoming session of the legislature, as senator, to either prohibit them from operating in Florida or to place them under such regulations and restrictions that they do not victimize the people of this state. "In addition to the states which have prohibited such firms within the past t w o years. Minnesota. < oloradn and Wisconsin have adequate legal restrictions against them.' he said. "Tampa is the only Florida city practically prohibiting these so-called financial adjusters. proraten or by whatever name you wish to call them. "It imy intention to make a carefnl study of all legislation dealing with them before introducing suitable measure or measures for Florida In Harmony In all art. harmony bring* a feeling of restfulnes and inniration. A beautifully designed memorial has the same effect. When blended with sky and trees and green green grass it i* an uplifting sight to all who tee it—a lovely fittine tribute to the one whose mine it bears. • • A memorial i.< one of the most important purchases you U'lII eier malte. Btiv with confidence from dn established dealer where service and satisfaction are auured. ajEMOtfAlS Of tNDUKINC UAUTf N. Abroms, General Munmgtr DADE MONUMENTS INC. | 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 ELECT JIM — JAMES M. Noel Your DADE COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We Need a Man with Business Experience to Administer this UO.OOO.OOOaYear Business SAVE ON YOUR TAXES Elect Mini' — Pall Lever 22-H Lef a Mix Education and Good Business and Teach Your Child How to Spoil, Read ana Write COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION MAY gth (Pd. Pol. Adv.) 1 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 tory which will bear his and Mrs. Provus" name when completed. Provus, who is a former Chicajto realtor, declared that I am anxious to do away with a painful condition—a university without a home." Mr. and Mrs. Herman Basch announced a gift of $30,000.. with a $5,000 pledge also forthcoming from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky. Among guests present were Dr. Homer Marsh, dean of the medical school at the University of Miami, who greeted Prof. Bergmann, and Dr. Philip Gotlieb. of Coral Gables, noted philanthropist. RETURN GEORGE S. OKELL TO THE STATE LEGISLATURE AS YOUR STATE SENATOR There's Ma Seest.ti.tt For GIOaCE WELL'S TIN YIAKS fXPMICNCf AS rout MGISLATOK OKELL'S REC0R fAVI FOR TOMORROW WNIRI YOU CAN IOIIOW rOR TODAY tamp I —sH VA% latamt AataLeaaa Rrrsl P i aa sR art leakier If Mai Ltttart of CreeR Bfeeaeer P a i aw ag eVpoatt BANK of MIAMI IUAC II 937 WASHINGTON AVENUt Tan years as Raprasantativa from Dad* County in! laroratV.-WiaV* Voted outstanding first-term member of 194$ Me m ber of Dado House delegations voted most and effective in 1949 and 1953 Legislatures. During his service in the House of Representatives,] Ofcell wrote and introduced or actively supporttif which accomplished the following major objectives: | Creation of Dade County Port Authority. Single voter registration for Miami and Dtdt Co Elimination of Iniquitous usury racket. Minimum School Foundation Program. Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center Autfcorit Florida Development Commission and DeveloomsOJ Corporation. Consolidation of Dado County's ten school tax school trustee boards. State participation in the $208,000,000 Federal project in South Florida. OKELL'S PROGRAI Opposed to any broadening or increase in the Steal For creation of State Tax Commission. Revision of outmoded State Constitution. Continued support of School Foundation Pregrsm. Fair ^apportionment in State Legislature. Full-length Turnpike to Georgia state line. Fairer distribution of State tax money to Dse municipalities. .. Adequate aid to the aged, blind and dependent ckl Abolition of State Milk Commission. PULL LEVER 13 A iM. PM HELP STRENGTHEI Dade's Law Enforcement Team ELECT Tayli COUNTY SOLCIT0R %  ACKCIOUm. Sroeoet. Mtoasi Ntf* **"**$?, Mioeal, SJ. A U-S. degrees; prectksea atlaiajr Florida ood fsderel Ceorts; sserrted; 1 •• f Iks. MAW, Moaktast's Uoioa, Fast Vk. %  PLATFORM 1. Hard-hitting prosecution of "Big-rung" Operators. 2. Ponntwirtg ig^stifutitai ft RajfU up "Fool-Proof" CRSN criajlnals. 3. CrtejHgg, tf c iFAfitg Rt uuej oxs^m^i tfH tf ***flu 4. Kggp %  wim hrm wMi m Um d t if— l oNk\** m fitt HIR fr-4 tf trjmini cH— fci <* • (IM. PolAdv.)



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h^JhJB)ar Mitzvcl, +Jewish n^iri,^ \tt W illl AfdihofSJ [ju;, son of Mr. and Feigenbaum, will his Bar Mitzvah at nanu %  El Saturday, fRabbi Irving Lehrman ite. Robert is an ade student at Nauti: High and attends the lEmanu El religious Ihasan Will Mitzvah basan. son of Mr. and ur Chasan. will celebrate vah a! the Coral Oables fcnter Satunlay. Apr. 28. ; Skop and f'antor Irvi will officiate. la seventh yrade student He Leon Junior High and |ber of the hand. Alan ded Hebrew school at r for the past three years. the Bar Mitzvah from will he hi> grandparland Mrs Jacob Lubroth, \ Mrs. Morton Rosanoff, his aunt: Mr. and Mrs. ubroth. aunt and uncle: *. Phil Schor, aunt and ds, Mr. and Mrs. Lou fchnstown. Pa and his Mr. and Mrs. Saul bwood, Fla. p will be held that evcBme. Ardmore Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LefJt. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple EmanuEl Saturday, Apr. 28. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Roger is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple EmanuEl religious school. Bargtetl ALAN CHASAN ft Congress id in Israel hd from Page ] A attendoi by 150 dele'all p;irs ol iho world. Ildmann .., ested the l< the 'double -hekH" f\ dou, l!• indentation \ les ; ,t Hie World Wjess. ii, also urRcd [• territorial Zionist or'•' m countries outside '•lie Mmulianeous main. identity ( ,t the various JM'Ml groups. He warmle recruitment of non!" > the Jewish Agency. w to relations between | 2 'onist movement and %  oldmann suggested rt ">g coordinating committee, which is composed of repi resentatives of the two, should establish a permanent institution to deal with economic and political issues. The delegate^ decided unanimously to postpone discussioi of internal differences within the Confederation until after the COBelusion of the Zionist Congress. I Wednesday's ipeakera Indoded Dr. Israel Goldstein who insisted 'on the abolition of the "double shekel" and Dr. Peretj Bernstein, president of the General Zionists in Israel, who advocated a BM between the General Zionists and the Progressives, Mrs. Rose Halperin, speaking at the opening session, described Arab propaganda activities in the United States and argued vigorous counteraction. Dr. Emanuel Neumann told the conference that Israel has no dependa< ble allies in the East or in the J Supporters Point to! New Segall Record Judue Sidney L. Sc-all. of the I '"'' pOnty Small Claims Court has set snother record In reducing ""' court calendar by handling ""•* %  -w slneehe WaslJ P;mte,I to the positton in Septet '*' %  1965, his supporters laid Wednesday. The record -,t by j u ,|.; e Segall allows eases to be heard in lew than sta weeks Until the appointment of Judge Sesall by Gov I.eroy Collins, cases took some six months before they were brought t' trial before the court. Judge Segall. Tampa-born and a lent of Dade county for 46 years, is now a candidate seeking a return to the Small Claims Court bench. "On my record, I ask the voters to be my judce whether they want me to continue serviny av thenjudge of the Small Claims Court," the judge has said. Segall, a practicing attorney for 22 years, was assistant attorney general of Florida in 1941-42, with the U.S. Department of Justice, 1943-46, served under an honorary i appointment without compensation' as member of the State Improvement Commission during the administrations of former Gov. Fuller Warren and the late Gov. Dan Mccarty. His affiliations include the Chamber of Commerce, Young Democrat Club, Beth David, Miami Elks lodge. He has been active in numerous charity drives including the Polio March of Dimes, Community Chest, American Red Cross, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and held the post of chairman of Dade County Outstanding Citizen-, ship Award Committee for two years. Page 11 A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189591. UI'll" JKWIN'DS, Plaintiff, \ s PRBtta JBNNINGS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PKKSS II:.\MM;S. residence unknown you, PRESH JENNINGS, are hereby notified 'hat a Hill of <'ompl;unt for Divorce Ki> i" •-ii filed .in.oust you, and you are required I rve ; > copy of your A newer or Pleading t,> the Hill ,.i Complain! on the Plaintiffs Atiornej BEN KHSEN, i"ll (toybold BldS".. Miami. Florida, and file the original ., Plead Ins In ti ffloe ( ih,. i'i. rk "f the i i 1 cull fourl en or before 111.Wth day "f M If you fail i" do -"• Judsmw nl >•' will i„ taken asalnal you for ,n,!,,i in the BUI of ilalnt. PONE AND ORDERED i i.i. thla -'•Hi daj of April, A D, a B II:ATMKI:\I \.\\ %  •i, \. i in uli Court, i '.i Bj J( IAN Cl it'RNl \\K I s, ih 11. i i;\ Clerk. I-11-1S CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAm mnc .. WOOD .. CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALfe jA 3,0300 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 Elect C. RAYMOND RAY VAN DUSEN Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER All Dade County Voters Can Pull lever 30 B PROVING GROUND ACTIVITIES e President South Miami City Council, two years. e Member. Dade County Board of Public Instruction, six years; present chairman. • Listed in; "America's Young Men." "Who's Who Among North American Authors." "American Men of Science," "Who's Who in the Southwest," others. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS • A.B.. A.M.. Doctor of Science Degrees. e Staff Member, University of Miami, since 1946. e Veteran, World War II, U.S. Army Reserve, 22 years, e Lieutenant Colonel. U S.A.R. (retired), e Former instructor U.S. Army Reserve School, Miami. e Member. Third Army Advisory Board; American Legion, Harvey Seeds Post. • Member. Dade County Crime Commission. e Board Member. Dade County Board of Health. e Board Member, Crippled Children* Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Miami Hearing Society. • Age 47, married, one daughter, Susan Van Dusen. PLATFORM • In keeping with the ability of the taxpayers to supply the funds, will promote further development of roads and traffic aids; surface, air and water transportation: hospital and welfare facilities. e Further development of Medical School. • Cooperation with medical authorities in the development of a great medical center. e Improve relations with Latin American nations, e Development of farming areas in Dade—trie richest in Florida, e Promotion of recreation centers and activities which develop youth e and curb Juvenile delinquency. e Forward-looking plans and zoning policies in keeping with growth pattern. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 "Your Vote Appreciated May IP i IM l',.l. Alv I West, except the Jewish people. IKSAGE TO THE VOTERS: Elect Louis Shafkin Constable District 5 I have served on the M. B. Planning Board for 7 years (chairman pest 3 years). I have mat and planned with officials in all of the communities in tha 5th District. •* I know tha area, tha people and tha community problems. I believe I can be of real service to you. Pud Lever 42-B "XFERIENCI IN PUBLIC SIHVICI I'd. Pal A-i> ) CALL CHARLES "CHUCK" Hall FOR AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR FUTURE! Taoaoaoom A mtl s Hi ISM. IT f 1 QAA. 4016 Chase A vent* •*• %  %  ~1^T^



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bewiislb-IEIIiDipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Price 20 rett Calls For Cautious Appraisal Of New Soviet Policy tigeHailedArt/on, Wat irJj, Needed LSALEM dlM The Soviet pledKin^ support to I Nations efforts to secure a *nt of the Arab Israel conns welcomed Wednesday juch criticism and caution by Foreign Minister Moshe t Addressing the Israel Parkt. Mr. Shan!I insisted that tatement "still has to te.t of action." He lamihe Soviets for their "unj" support of the Arab cause having added fuel to the [lire? by supplying arms to that the Mo.cow stateIcontained p h rase s which 1 be considered "innovations" with earlier pronouncethe Israel Foreign Minister "We sincerly hope that ew formulations herald a for the better in the cliof relations between ourand the Soviets, the detepon of which we never deHe warned, however, that oviets have lent and are kg sincere and wholehearted I to the Arab states' aspiraIt is noteworthy, Mr. Sharnt on. that "in talking of* a settlement between Israel Arab states, no mention We of direct negotiations— kciple which the Soviets have Ben Gurion Declares Peace or War to be Decided Mow As Arab Marauders Step Up Border Attacks Repeats Priority Request for Arms As Deterrent to Nasser's Defiance Mr. Cecil Hyman, Israel's Consul General in New York, receives blue cornflower from Miss Dina Peskin, Israeli actress now appearing on Broadway. American Zionist Council distributed flowers throughout New York City on eighth anniversary ol Israel's independence. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Opportunities for reducing Arab-Israel tension have arisen now as never before in Israel's histiry, but the danger of war has similarly increased as never before, Premier David Ben Gurion told an extraordinary session of the Israel Parliament Wednesday. He reported on Israel's security, on the constant efforts of the Israel Government to secure peace and on his talks with Dag Hammarskiold, United Nations Secretary General, who is now on a "peace mission" in the Middle East. The Prime Minister made these assertions even as there were new reports of Arab attacks launched against Israel on the Jordan border. Israeli military spokesmen Tuesday charged that the attacks were inspired ABOLITION OF 'DOUBLE SHEKEL' URGED BY DR. GOLDMANN World Zionist Congress Opens in Jerusalem JERUSALEM (JTA)—All preparations were completed for the opening Wednesday of the 24th World Zionist Congress at which problems affecting the relations between Israel and Jews in countries outside of Israel—as well as Israel's security—will be upheld for the settlement discussed. The delegates, coming from many countries, will have the opportunity to listen to the addresses and I mational affairs." -* — • CORRESPONDENT SAYS RED ATTITUDE UNCHANGED KMHSr LITERATURE 9 HELD TOP OFFENSE IN RUSSIA )N (JTA i—More than 20 Soviet Jews were to terms of imprisonment ranging from 'ten years at a trial held in Moscow at the I March for "possessing and distributing illegal literature." the Manchester Guardian, leadttsn newspaper, reports. the report says, was the first hand news %  C the West of what has happened to this %  Jews who were arrested last summer in after their homes had been searched by the ensuing debates in the language which each understands best. Simultaneous translation will be available in several languages and earphones will be provided each of the 500 delegates. More than 60 foreign correspondents have arrived here to cover developments at the Congress. About 200 other journalists have registered as representa—,tives of newspapers and magazines published in various parts of the world. The opening session Wednesday was addressed by Israel's Premier David Ben Gurion; Dr. I Nation) Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive; and Bed Locker, chairman of the executive police and "incriminating evidence" had been found. Previously, it had only been known that two Jews in Jerusalem. were sentenced on similar charges to terms of three | A plan for the future activities and five years, respectively, at a trial last February 0 f the World Zionist Organization 16. it was hoped that Soviet authorities would desist was outlined here by Dr. Goldfrom further prosecutions. mann in an address to the opening The Manchester Guardian correspondent goes on j session of a conference of the to say that it was apparent from the manner in which j General Zionist Confederation and carried out by Egyptians brought to the area to continue their hostile activity in the face of a "cease fire" arranged last week by UN secretary general Dag Hammarsjkold. The military actions, the spokesmen declared, proves that Egypt does not, in fact, acceot Hammarskjold's cease fire and has made promises of peace only to break them. The apparent contradiction, Mr. Ben Gurion said, can easily be explained by the the fact that the danger of war has obviously aroused the concern of great and small nations to realize that any conflagration in the Middle East is likely to spread throughout the world. This, the Israel Premier emphasized, has been revealed by Mr. Hammarskjold's mission and perhaps also by the shift in the Soviet policy with regard to the Middle East. Premier Ben Gurion reviewed at length the history of the Arab-Israel armistice agreements and how they were constantly violated by the Arab states. The armistice pact with Jordan, he pointed out, provided for fr^e access by Israel to the Holy Places, the right to use installations on Mt. Scopus, free access to the Mt. of Olives cemetery, free use of the Bethlehem and Latrun roads, as well as the railway to Jerusalem. "Only the last point was implemented, while Jordan persistently refuses to implement the other clauses," Mr. Ben Gurion emphasized. He stressed the fact that Israel had agreed to provide electricity for the Jordan-held Old City of Jerusalem, but the offer was rejected. "Israel has always striven and will continue to strive to maintain peace in the region," the Premier continued. "To our regret this is not the attitude of Continued on Page 5 A -ration Report Meeting Slated; feveal Current $1,419,638 CJA Total fnhably the most important single report meeting of the ComI **ish Appeal drive has been scheduled for Sunday morning. P the Algiers hotel, according to campaign chairman Sam !" ls the target date set by the executive committee early this L"> r the campaign cabinet to hear final progress reports from ""iions. ns will be projected for the wind-up of the community's biggest -JJM drive in CJA history." %  ~ T" 1 ady t u resporid to the'even the faintest hope of achievl"ihs Ulni,y s,id Hei iing our life-saving goal, we shall VL ri 0m T n Cation t0 a I continue to seek these funds from w ieaderv| lip> urRing thelr hc |housands who have not yet ai the Sunday breakbeen solicited." he said. Meanwhile, a new campaign total of $1 419,638 was announced here. Still outstanding are 322 top-level 18" health, welfare, educaJWitutional services in *"> foel that there is Continued on P • A M. JOSEPH SCHWAITZ Israel Bond Tribute Seen Pivotal t For Area Participation Planning More than 200 leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community will welcome Nahum Astar, new Consul General of the State of Israel, Wednesday night at a Dinner of State officially marking Israel's eighth anniversary of independence. Jacob Sher, chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, is chairman of the reception and dinner. The function also will mark the beginning of> other additional favorable terms." Astar, who recently opened the Israeli consulate in Atlanta to service the entire Southeastern United States, will be making his first formal appearance since the office was opened earlier this month. He was formerly Israeli Vice Consul in Chicago for four years, and has been a career officer in Continued on Page 2A the sixth year of the Israel Bonds organization in the United States. Sher said invitations to the function have been sent to every bondholder in the area. "There are thousands of persons who bought Independence Issue Bonds who have not as yet purchased the Development Issue Bonds, which pay higher interest and have many



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feminine fain On the JKomefront w Academy Women fleet Mrs. Appel as President Page 3B Benjamin Appel, active MBity worker, has been unan-1 1 elected to the presidency j Hebrew Academy Women at jpail meeting this week at the ihotel. Appel was co-chairman of ELderiy's annual dinner rn TT As a vice president of Academy Women, she was nan of the membership l# f the founders of the Jewtane for the Aged and presi„f its Auxiliary for three the is now an honorary lenTof that institution. She jtiy serving on the admis-1 "committee of the Home and this position since the | we was wganized. Appel Was recently chosen the ".iliilim MF\ j secretary of tl Jewish Wumcn's^Organiza[i'Dade and Browird coue-jopary vice ; presidents; Mdore ^--gether 1th her tai*T>anri,'-c;p,, ltT r j os epb Rackovsky, Jerry also a founder of Temple Sussman, AJtftnder Gros, anil Sholom in 1941. ^ ^ ._foo6 eph Shapi ro. vice presidents. ,. Appel suorfe' ouiSoiiiijTlirii j Sisterhood-Sponsored School treasurer; Jacob Katz. financial W0W ^Cttpfmg Registration ZE&ttS^""^} S*** of the Coral Gables i„7S„ D V 't '; C u 0rr SP nd Jewish Centcr announced Wednes"slant .„£: n Sa T el Farber as -, d av t h t registration is now being BenJaminTo.T K ng SeCrCtary: ,akcn for its nursery-kindergarten S a r mu rM re, GLreV e g C e r n e : M "" *" h ^ secretary; Jonah Caplan. and Abraham Margel, TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES STRONGER Yet SAFER, MS. BtttjA 'ifrtrj tyora e Bfres ja"mc*sj|Ale|j Msjlcr. eral chaplain registrar. Trustees are the Mesdames Samuel Cohen. Irving Lehrman. Irwin Makovsky. Louis Makovsky and Alfred Stone. Named to the board of directors were: Th*nt* ,rr. Henrj WernlcH, Hamuel Wolfe, Daniel yodlln, Kllaa RoHch. M. Roaenhouao, ll.innah •liniai) Mini Ida vl at &iyirir Albert Pallot^Jocal attorney and vice president of District Grand lodge 5. Arrangements are by Mrs. Sidney Haskoe and Samuel Nieberg, co-chairmen. Committee consists of Mrs. Samuel Meyers. Mrs. Sol Rappaport, Sidney Haskoe and William Hechler. Master of ceremonies will be Mrs. William Hechler. Try the RCW Dromedary | Pound Cake Mil...at \ leidrnf tud stares I A Ktsher.i they km tht > yet DreSMdary j ctrtt a* •eft' JMffS. SAMUtL MUUG Mrs. Nieberg Will fie Installed Here B'nai B'rfth lodge 1682 of Coral Gables and B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will have their joint; installation dinner dance Sunday. evening at the Nautilus hotel. Mrs. Samuel Nieberg will become president of the women's. group, and Sol Rappaport will head the men's lodge. Guest speaker and installing officer will be E. j HAUOLD PONT ond IRVIN GORDON GORDON and K OS I fmm fcori aft N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Under Kabbinkal J OrlN HOUSE WEDDINGS MR Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono JE 1-3S95 PULL LEVER 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD State Representative Group 2 i ^JGUST BROS R YE Is the fltA/ 13 ^PRODUCIS guNE (Pd. loi. Adv.) -Bed BUTTER T^#EGGS mmw r&5. Sli BLUE ROOM i SuTtRbTlNINGl PLUS SMORGASBORD Dinnmr Music by %  CORTEZ t ORCHESTRA J m LiriUlB 2 ,h 0 NTHf 0AN MIAMI BEACH / AMOO IHCI '* ? Cos, oat.e. Kod^r. m Compaq 1 *t) 1 l• w, p. Rabki Jacob Cohoa SPECIALS COME IN A WATCH US PACK BE SMART BUY NOW REITER *§ BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS SPECIALS ^•JI MAIL I 0L-_ CliCC One Jar Mormalad* iKCC Shippad with order COCONUT PAniEJ Mfc *1.00 NOW "•"BS.)" 1 !" 1255 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach (Arnad the Cerner fr.m Beaehcember flub) Over 100 Gift Package* To Select Prom HALF BUSHEl ~~ Dolkiout ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT 7 5 I 495 NtDIRS ACCEPTIO )na Jar Marmalat 3 49 Pellverej Aaywhara to U.I.A. sva Inclutflna 1 JARS MARMALADE Box Coaoonut PoHio* ft Bag Ptan| MARMALAD1 OR JELLY N RIO. lOo NOW



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27, 195S ,CJ„b$/afes Donee j.a frolic of the ?Mayti.a. .h-neater | J-; h communit> peaier, %  ftid b, Morns Turpwn of H>" tf*rledges Elimination w 9 f waste in the 01 QtUm expenditures m i„ teachina children to read, write and > | w0 of the major le platform of James M. who seeks election as „t of Dade county u "I know, as a busiCon save the taxpayers (f thousands of dollars. i j40,00O.OOO-a year bustat. the services of a Kldren, many of them. Ud can't spell. I intend IJi a policy of teaching V which wasn't too good dme, and won't be too _iem. Sight reading is all |l [avor teaching ABC's [point in the Noel plat|o reduce once more the ajons now being held in c I my four-year tenure as \ol the school board." he "we reduced the dou%  s from over 50 per cent ntary pupils to around In the last couple of [total has gone back up I Afterall. double ses\w learn only so much. ints want their children Iftjll days we feel dutyU to see that every child lull allotment of. time in iW#c#> ri*,n; hr Page 15 B Dr. Arthur J. Lelyveld, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, has boon appointed executive vice president of American Fund for Israel Institutions. Dr. Lelyveld succeeds Itzhak Norman in the top executive post of the organization June 1. Norman, after 15 years with American Fund, will return to his home in Israel. Stresses Experience Ihome owner everyone an automobile, is con| danger of becoming in|a lawsuit which could circuit court." Circuit H. Anderson told a *t Southwest section week. you are plaintiff or m such a suit, you the case heard by a i plenty of experience in Judge Anderson |Gov Collins appointed l)use. he took into con|ny 40 years of experiJ types of legal work," said. Taylor Vows Office Emf orcement Cog County solicitor candidate Richard Taylor in a campaign talk this week promised that the county solicitor's office "will be used as one of the principal cogs in law enforcement machinery" if he is elected in the May 8 primary. Taylor pointed out that "with the tremendous increase in population in Dade county during the past few years, the area is being viewed by big-time vice operators and racketeers as a future base of operations." Taylor warned that the safety of the people would depend on "hardhitting prosecution of those seeking to extend their operations to the county. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOB OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37732-B In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM S. (iOLDKN. luvrawd NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All !'• Having Claim* or iVuian.U Again*! Maid Estat.You. and each of you ar<' hen(by notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou mav haw again the .-stale of WILLIAM S GOLDEN, .1. waned late of Dade County. Ftoihl.i. lo the Honorable County Judges of Dude County, and file the snnn in Uielr offices In tinCounty Courthouae In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of Die flrat publication hereof. Maid claims or demands lo contain the legal addreaa of tor claimant and to be IWom to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he haired See SeetIon 733.16 ol the JSC Probate Act Dated April 14. A. D !.".. ELIZABETH GOLDEN As Executrix of the l-asl \\ iH and Testament of WILLIAM S. GOLDEN, l>c i nsed. j RK'HARD I I.EHEN I Attorney for Executrix '4/JO-17 — 5/4-11 TONIGHT 1 '0 RACES NIGHTLY Fxcep. Sundays U'NIIIAS EVgRY RACE e DAILY DOUBLE 1st & ?nd G *T0PEN AT 6 JU PMe POST TIME 8 00 P. M 0 M| NORS<^DMITTED o or on Ihe premUtl ADMISSION 50c SEE YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPERS FOR L DIRECT BUS ROb T ES TO ^Hf TRACK Slot. Supervised Parirmrh/al Wogannq Tn U 0 r' C ?, TO CREDITORS H-...*" All Pa, r ..ml ,.,, %  ,.,.,, -. ,"'~ V ,l "'" rhl. ii i"i J I.I.-. of n.,-1,. %  i ; i file ,'. ''T ',' "'''"'" house In %  %  '< ""iity, hlorMa within el.nl calendar monthi I r>m iiLE-GAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t„ enaafre in nd< i the fictitious name of NORMANDY ISLE CLINIC, ai HOI Oandj |i |V, Miami H.-.l.-li. l-loi Ida, Intends i (later Mid nanuwith Ha l.rk of ihe Circuit Court of Hade I ounty, Flu BERNARD STERN. Ml.. I W-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai Igned, desiring to i i i'liHi. fictitious name ,,)' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN that the iin.I. i signed. .Icsiiing I.. engage la business miller the flrlitl.ills nan f THE NEW VICTORY GARDEN IPARTMENTS, al S6S Washington Avenue. Miami llea.-h, Kin Intend to u uii iii. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. h'AJTiE fti ISI;I.I.\SK v I'M -LINK (-WAN IN. rtwn.-ra HAROLD S'l'ltrMI'lAI ion ipllcanta %  -!. I'.i %  -. %  1 lie Blllg. 4 IJ-20-ri 5 i \e, ut.,r of the E-i ilp ,,f aEORGE^lfTK^' CH — \ I' iiiey for Executor 17 — i/4-ll !M \ H f n C 2X NTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 377S4 In HeKSTATK i !•' EDWARD J. WCNDER lv.,oase,l •r N0T .' CE TO CREDITORS lo All ( redttor* and All Pernons Having: claims or Demands Against Saul Kstate: You. ami earn of yon are herehv notified and required i., nreaanl any claims and demands which vou, or i-nlici„f vou. mmhava aralnst |he estate ef KDWARD .1 WCNKER. deceased late of Washington, District of < olumhia. to the Hunorahle County Judges of Dade <'ounty. and file the same In their offices In the Conaty Courthouse in Hade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first puhlication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and lo he sworn to mvl presented as aforesaid, or same will I.,, hsrred. See Section 733.1* of the 1!M:> Probate Act. I Li led April 17. A. n. >•>:,% MAI:X U KAI'.KIt A Ancillarv A'io|nlt ator of KDWARD J. WINDER. I ),., .,. -1 v,,. 11 ROTH & KMIKR. Attorn.-vs 4'2rt-27 — T./4-II BAMT'EL liKHTMAS KOVNER • MANNHEIMER Attorney a tor The Phyalclaaa croup 126 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Ha. %  '-27 — 5/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKI-.V GIVBN that the undvmigned. desirisg to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORMANDY MEDICAL BH4LDINC, al 1101 Normandy Drive, Miami Bearh, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clarh Of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. HKHNARIi BTBRN (tv.Ie owner) KLKDKItli K N. BAR,\I> Attorney for Bernard Stern 4/I-W-JO-J7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GABLES LUGGAGE, at 1622 Ponce de I.eon Blvd., Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALAN KENT, Sole Owner ELI HltKiiKlt Attorney for Applicant MB Lincoln Road 4/6-13-20-27 FLORIDA FLORIDA CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OP THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whi HARRY AI.I'KRT Ml \ll, MAIRK'i: SCHEMER. Ml VMI. DAVID I.KMKLMAN. Ml VMI. M ORIDA did on the fourth dav of Mv, A D. 4 &f SO, ca"-to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapi.•'.>• elnrida Si.ioies si'I'KR DEPARTMENT HTORJBfl INC.. %  .-.a !•..a iion. with its nrirclpal i.la.e of hiudneai at l'"rrl"c. Dade County. In the Mai.of Florida. and whereas the nrom-r officers of snch corporsilon did on the lth da' ,.f \|,n! \ D l''6, cause to he filed III Ihe office of Ihe Se.lel.llv of Mtgie of Ihe Slate "f Florida a duly anlli.nliiatcd resolution adopted OV Hostockholders un^er the nrovl"lon of said Chanter IN. Florida Slalutes. showlas the dissolution of sin-h qor1-r.ition. Ni.ii therefore, the Secretair of State does hereby certlfv to the foreolnv and thai h Is satisfied ihs[he r.-uuircinents of law ha\ •• MW cum"""' "IN WITNKSS WI.KRKOF. I hive hereUP'o set av hand .,.,,i h."f*led Ihe c,r-u Seal of the State of Florida. a] Tallahassee, the Capital. thisthe eighteenth ilay of April, A n. || (REAL) Si-, retary of Btate. IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOR DADE COUNTY. *££& IAMBS DONALD KVANS. Plaintiff. MILDRED KV\NS. De'.mlant. •|.,, Mii,i-.,i Evans 23 Morton Avenue Alhanv New York You are hereby nolin-il licit a com plain! for .livone has l.e.-n '"'' iiainsl you, and YOU ar re.pi ed t of vonr Answer thereto R i torn* va, \\i-'nteln. ,, i'.i Lincoln M-H •' on plainliff's Welnslein i„. i,iken against YOU %  '•• %  A "K' i?' aiATHERMAN Clerk of the Clijeull Court. Bt i: II RICE JR.. !>•< %  I I'I. -27 — S/4-11 ~ NOTICE""UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,ho..M... % %  .,^'---.'.rvc/:; riorWt RO8KBAF i,„.DS INC A |.|,, : da Corporation IOS8PH PARDO a ll I i„l s.-l'.-l'l BMf. 1 .'7 s/i.ll.H NO TiCE UNOM^CTITIOU. h.islness uader the^fkrni -,,,,-ltloll ,.|;|; N M(D Hl'TNEB ,„., for applicant ld NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirine to engage in business under the fictitious name of Wlndo Tlte Sales Co.. at 272X S. W. 2Mb Lain-. Miami. Intends to register said name with tile Clerk of the Circuit Com t of Dade County. Florida. MAX PRIKDSON 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HKRKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tbe fictitious name of RTB1N PROPERTIES, at 31 Veragua Avenue. Coral GabaM, Florida, Intend tu register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida FREDA S. HRENNER PAUL STEIN DAVID STEIN REBECCA S. KLEIN WILLIAM I BBENNER Attorney r..t STEIN PROPERTIES 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tbe fictitious name of STIINK'S DEPARTMENT STORK, al V'. N W 17th Street. Miami. Florida, Intend! t. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENNIE STONE ELRY STONE Attorney for Rennle Stone, stone's Department Store I 13-20-27— •:RIDA ROBERT D. /.AHNER. MIAMI. FLORIDA MA ,,ii the I'Uh day of October. A.D |.,,> cnuae to be Incorporated under %  he provisions ol Chapter tOK Flmida Statutes, HERMBT CORPORATION ; corporation, with its principal Place of business al Miami Beach. Dad. County, in the suite of Uoclda, and whereas Ihe i.roper officers of BUCB corporation did OH Hie 16th day \l ,,. h A D IH.MI. cans.lo be filed in the office of the Secretary of Stale of the Slate of Florida, a duly authentic;,! -.-solution adopted by the HtiH'kholders under the provisions of ra ld Chaptai SOS. Ftorkta Btalutes, showing the dtsaolntlon of such oaf iM-iation. > NOW. therefore, the Secretary of Stale d"cs herehv certify to Ihe foreroina and thai he is aatlafled thai ii„requlrementa of law haw* baaa """'"•"l^'wiTNESS WHKRKOF. I have hei.unlo set my hand and have affixed thi Real of the Slate of I rta ai Tallahassee, the Cipltsl. iinthe siMcnth da) of March, \ n !"">' %  R \ ORAT, isr v i Becratary of Btal NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that icl.-rsigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious num.of STYLANEZE FURNITURE INDI'STKIKS. at 2-i4(. S W. Htfa l-nne. Miami. Florida, iiiteniis to reciater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Dad.County, Florida. STVI.ANKZK. INC.. a Florida Corporation, Sole Owner, i ALLOT. SILVER and Ml.LLOY Attorneys for Applicant 701 Congress Building 4/6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 188907 II:AN S FRASCA, Plaintiff, va. LOUIS FRASCA, Defendant. You. LOUIS FRASCA. 38 Concord Street. Ashland, Massachusetts, are notified to file defensive pleadings to I his suit with the Court's Clerk, .and serve a copy on plaintiff's attorney, Ml'RKAY GOODMAN. 420 Lincoln Road,. Miami Beach. Florida, on or hefore May 7. 19S8. or the complaint will be taken aa confessed. Dated April 3, 19.16. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B l.KATHERMAN, Clerk By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy 4/6-13-20-27 Your son drives a borrowed car I* he covered by your automobile liability insurance)? y for the ornwer ro this, or en y omer insoronce cjeedtoa Arthur M. Kahn -Richord L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN 45c ALPERT Insurance Agency 9f8 S.W. First Street TM IMVBW, Mertfeed ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!^ %  olicits your laqal notices. We appreciate your patronage and cjuaraatee accurate service at leaal ratee • Phone FR 4-4366 lor messenger serrlce ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call tbe JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR4-436G



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, April 27, 1956 +JewistncridFton let Holds Ownership of "Zionist Literature' Top Offense -— D.n. 1 A ~. Page 3 A Continued from P9 1 A ^ssjlilr repercussions in the West when becaiiH known, for the proceedings were iattt' r [for r became r., — — —' •>thc Soviet In ion must be regarded as a Ljrness. The accused were given aver) 01 explain their actions and defend and they made full use of this. They taiW* to engage t he best Moscow lawyers ondergo.ng a dwnge. he Sov.et attitudes towara Jws .s only a i, e better than it was during the v-orst excesses of ,he campaign which followed the c-covery of the "doctors" plot," the correspondent SI (lit S. Shafkin States His Qualifications Candidate for constable, District 5, Louis Shafkin, this week repeated his qualifications for office in the May 8 primaries. Shafkin has been chairman of the Miami Beach planning board lor the past three years and a member of the board since its inception in 1949. He belongs to the Shrine, Elks, Masons and Chamber of Commerce. Shafkin is president of 14 club, Associate Patron of Order of Eastern Star 225 and has lived in" I Florida for over 30 years. M ft food*



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Page 16 B +Jet*lsJLfk>rJd**rL GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA>—Andre Barouch. Tunisian Jew, editor and nationalist leader, was named to the new Tunisian cabinet under Habib Bourguiba, thus replacing Albert Bessis as the Jewish member of the Cabinet. He will hold the portfolio of Urban Development M. Baroueh. edkor of the Neo-Destour Party French-language "Le Petit Matin." was once banished irom Tunis for his nationalist activities. Tunisian Jews are still unsure of their status uiuder the new Tunisian state despite the language of the new constitution which guarantees them liberty of conscience and the fact that the government is headed by Habih Bourguiba. moderate nationalist leader who has repeatedly affirmed his friendly attitude toward the Jews. Another source of concern to Jews is the criticism of Jewish emigration and talk of a ban on further departures for Israel A number of Neo-Destour newspapers have published articles on Jewish .migration and even M. Bourguibas official paper. "L'Action." has criticized Jews who leave ISTANBUL (JTAJ—ReliSiotU semes in all synagogues in Turkey marked the 13th anniversary of the Wars** ghetto uprising in 1943 Hundreds of men and women attendad services at the Great Synag< here The local Jewish press also earned a considerable number of articles commemorating the rebellion against the Nazis. NfrVS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS THE HAGUE (JTA>—Four German war criminals have been re leased Irom Breda prison by Dutch authorities alter serving two thuds 0l their sentences. Two Of them Fritz Vierbahn and Kmil Kuehl— were attached to Gestapo headquarters at Amsterdam, where they participated in the torture 01 Dutch Jews. The released criminals wen turned over to W.'-i German authorities at the border. Thirty five other German war criminals are still held at the Breda prison. VIENNA tJTA>—Chancellor Julius Raab. opening his election campalfR here, declared that the first task facing the Parliament to be elected is the abolition of all remaining anti-Nazi legislation. It is the duty of that Parliament to restore the equality of citizens before the law," the Chancellor asserted. MUNICH fWNS)—Joeel Mass, a former SS leader and Nazi Party member who served in the same post during the Nazi regime, was re cently elected mayor ni the city of I.indau on Lake ( (instance, a tourist center. About 81 percent of the voters in the election cast their ballots for Haas, Who was a "non party" candidate. LONDON (JTA>—The Times of London reports a "curious story" tn the clfect that Stalin was planning to assemble all the Soviet Jews in a ghetto area just before he died. The Times says that the story is circulating among Communist Party members in Eastern Europe. According to this tale Nikita Khrushchev. Soviet Party chief, is said to have told a small party meeting—after his famous anti-Stalin address at the 20th Communist Party Congress, that Stalin became more and more inflamed against the Jews after the fabrication of the "doctors' plot" of 1953. On the day before his stroke in March. 1953, he told a meeting Ol Soviet leaders of his plan for removing all Soviet Jews to a new 'pale' in the northern region of the USSR. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE NEW YORK (JTAJ Sen Herbert H. Lehman and poet Carl Sandburg have been chosen to receive the first Albert Einstein Commemorative Awards sponsored by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine University, it was announced here The awards—each $1,000 in cash and a medallion will be presented for contributions to citizenship and humanities, respectively. WASHINGTON —More than 40 cities in this country have scheduled programs during April to assist in ending discrimination in • mpioyment, the President's Committee on Government Contracts announced here. Cooperating in these programs are the national and local organizations of the American Jewish Committee. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'nth. National Conference ol Christians and Jews, American Kriends Service Committee and National Urban League. MONTREAL (JTAi—Louis Fitch, veteran Zionist and dean of the Montreal bar. died here last week. He was 68. Born in Quebec. Fitch became the first Jewish leader to join the French Canadian Union National Party. WINNIPEG, Manitoba (JTAt—There were only six Jews in a total of 22.000 prisoners at the provincial jail at Headingly last year, according to a report quoted in the Winnipeg Israelite Press, in S. M. Selchen's By the Way" column. The columnist noted that since Jews constitute 2.5 percent of Manitoba's overall population, they were far from "filling their quota," which would be 55. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA>—The national convention of the Hapoel Hamiz rachi, Zonist Orthodox Labor Party, has voted approval of a merger with the Misrachi Organization. The name of the merged group will be the United Religious Zionist Party. It was also decided that with the merger all factions within the Hapoel Hamizrachi would be dissolved. Rabbi Machtei Attends Cemetery Assn. Convention Kabbi S. M Machtei last week tery legislation breakfast Apr. 18,, attended the 23rd annual conventhe final day of the convention, tion of the Southern Cemetery | The spiritual leader is rice pr Assn. in the Ft. Harrison hotel, ident of Mt. NetRj, Cemetery in MiCtearwater, Fla. } %  "d president of the Florida Rabbi Machtei directed a cemeCemetery Assa^ JERUSALEM —The Ministry of Education announced a scheme of special facilities to students wishing to take teaching courses. In a move aimed at overcoming the teaching shortage, the ministry announced that special loans, reduced fees and other inducements would be offered prospective teachers. Ml **H, pSfS?£ *.* HAIFA —Tires for all types of farm machinery in this country will be manufactured by the Alliance Tire and Rubber Co.. it T was announced here. The firm has thus far been making only a limited range of tires for the house market and even these were produced in limited quantities. Production, which has been 80 percent for export up until now, will now be expanded to meet all local demands and should save Israel an estimated $200,000 spent on the import of such tires. m&m %  vmm u. s. aoi; SA HHOWT DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR Ml with Blowout-Proof We hav it! 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Page 2 A rJmistincrktian Fridc IvAtfl installation Due In Impressive Ceremony Sunday Installation of Rabbi Yaakev ,: i nberg ;i~ iplritual lead) Beth David i ition SunApr. -•'promises tn DC the hligh( ol Beth David synagogue i MI ns in Greater Miami. Stanlej c Myei m chairi Wednesday revealed d ,;rii. which calls i<>r the ial in-t.ilkiti.ui to t;ik<" pla .1 Minolta service in Beth D at 4:30 p m. \i\ iinu f< ature oi the sen Ice will be i pr i onal by m e m bers ol the '': c ater Miami Rabbinical \--' tailing officer will be Rabbi David C Kogen. national i tor ol community i United Synogogue ol America. A dinnea chare at^M Crown hotel ijOrVjdpTof .rt 7 f'rn. Dr 11 uia i I apian, execu director, Bean! ol Jewish \ Itimore, Md and dean <>f Baltimore Hebrew I ll< ge and teachers Training School, ha-, been Or Kaplan i> a life-long friend of Rabbi Rosenberg and was one ol hiinstructors at the Baltimore Mrs Hi ion. dinner eh ad the foll< the MesdantM r Bakst. Max H Man Sidney Li fco ul Frank .\. Rose, Herbert E Scher, and H R installation r 'he n of the great love, hich m and profound ill of th David have for him." Herbert E Scher, president, at the public th.' afterm ..' Beth I Independence Fete Due Histadruth hnth I Greater v in cooperanon with the Hebrew TeacherV • a R I U independance celebration Sunday evening, at Barel restaurant lr Dr I seph Hurwitx, Mrs e Stadlan. Cantor Berele V \amn Liebraan Joseph Free Z\i RosenkranU will particim the program J 7 preside. "I f488/ YAAKOV KOSlNBtKG athan Confident May 8 Outcome .Indue Raymond G Nathan told The Jewish Fiondian We dnes d ay that he bohe\evoters "ho study has record as "Dade county's hardest working fudge" will elect him to circuit COUrt May 8. Pointing out that the Miami Junham&rr of Commerce recently ted him at Hade county's outstanding public official of the year. Judge Nathan recalled that he wsia returned to office in 1P54 with the hiyhe-t number of trot r ac corded a judge in the bister] la. Now president of the University of Florida Lin Alumni A--n Judge Nathan laid he In-lievehe the combination of youth and ITity needed to quality m the circuit judge's post "Mj ires the vim and vigor necessary to putting in and nisht hearon difficult cases," Judge Nathan -aid. while the (act that I have heard nearly 23.000 C8BW hi the past three yean gives me the .•udicial maturity essential to a deep and human understanding of the problems of our citiataui And I don't need to tell you how vital a basic sense of fair play lto a judge." Judge Nathan said. Israel Bond Tribute Seen Pivotal for Area's Drive Plans Continued from Pao 1 A ti„. i Palestine and I for more than two del ide* Dr, Joseph Schwartz, tice i l I Bonds organization, will speak on current conditions in Israel. The former execuu\e rman of tin I I i i. now m his second year aa chatrman of the I t ampaign. Tt is incumbent upon our entire leadership to attest I this dmwhich has the double signifielebr.-.tine the opening of a new consulate and the begin ning ol Israel's ninth year of freedom. It is hardly necessary for me to echo the words ot Israellead er that the Middle East crisis hj iiist as serious today as it was aj month ago. Both Israel and the i t'nited States have their BBSM OB American Jewry's answer to this (ii-.Support of the bond drive %  and this dinner can be our most affirmative weapon in Israel's be-| half. Sher said. He announced formation of a rej ception committee romprisingl more than I>0 of the foremost Jewish communal leaders in South Florida. Reservations are still available. | and may be made by contacting the Israel Bonds office at 1544 Washington ave. 27. ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NTT YOU I*, and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Him* Phone 9-3444. Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-orsttnoted system of Non-Surgical Treatments for th* Restoration to Normal Function of tho PROSTATE GLAND 1454 N.W. 34 St. Phone: NE 5 1153 MORTGAGES-S500.000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on Nr*. or Old Properties Under Const'uction or Completed. Will Buy or Matte Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages Lnum.ted Insurance Funds. • PHONE • 3444 The Family of the late Joseph Shapiro wish to express their sincere appreciation for the many ads of kindness shown during the illness and death of my husband. Dorothy Shapiro SWARM CALL S'NCE • •Ol i ^e L WORLD'S "= %  lARGfSY "See Totr CIKSIM lirettort tar Oriii (Hhce Meertst Tee" Membor of S'noi B'rlth AS YOUR STATE SENATOR I WILL FIGHT FOR: • Abolishment of the State Milk Commission! • Greater Return of State Tax Monies to Our County! -V •!. FrMdinan M. Il-|ihun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ava.. MiaaM loach Betsreea Faorfh end Fifth Stt. 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%  ol Health Fair in Miami Discuss Wide i Health Society of SouthMenial Health Fair on dav. May 2. BriliU-day function is thi KeSa)NE2nd.ve Kbairmcn are Edward |]a ls( ,, ,\. and Mrs. Kan evach. i Will Range of Subjects Among genera! topics to be discussed are "Marriage," by Dr. Syvil Marquit: "Aging." Maurice Vearlstem: "Pastoral CounMlling." H< v Fred Cole; and "Relatives of the Emotionally HI," by „ u ,. s McGrath. ,-+Jf&i$tirh rldlton Page 5 A Ben Gurion Says Levant Peace or War to be Decided Now —-* .. %  i#, E. Sobeloff. Solicitor of the United States ngrat u la tes Miami attorney Malvin EngiMonday afternoon upon Tder's admission to pracpore the Supreme Court United States. Judge i officiated at the cere, high point in England1 years of legal experinglander, former special attorney general of I is a candidate for justhe peace in the fifth Other topi-: to be rflacu with tfMUIMlri leaderto %  nouneed later, arc mental health In relation to "Alcoholism," "Pre School Child." "Psychosomatic Medicine" and "The Role of the Parent-Teachers Association. The Mental Health Fair Wednes da\ la part of the National Mental Health Week observance Apr. 29 through May 5. Scheduled Monday evening, 8.15 p.m., over Channel 2 (WTIISl. is a discussion on ordination Between IT v. Mental Health Programs." Featured will ho Miss Lola P director of the Southeast Fl Mental Health Society, and Mr Shevach. Purpose of Mental Health V is to familiarize people hi re s the nation with I lems of the emotionally disturbed and mentally ill. "Our purpi South Florida is even more Immediate than that," stated Mrs, Shi v ach Wednesday. "We want to inculcate the principles of prevent ive mental health— how parents and teachers should act in relation to young people in order to in till in them feelint*s of self respect and self-reliance and how to detect the first si:;ns of emotional disturbance when they first appear, "It la far easier to deal with the problem in its beginning st than later on," she said. "While the problem of mass education as to the significance of mental health is also urgent afthis time—bringing out statistics that some 50 percent of the hospital beds in the United States, for example, are occupied by mentally ill patients and the need for financial support by the public in the same ways as they support research in other illnesses —nevertheless we see as a principal step step at the time the development of mental health programs in the homes and schools.' Continued from Page 1 A •or nti fl hbor for whom the *ignin 9 of Has armistice agree monti mean nothing more than a scrap of paper. They have never ceased openly and secretly tg Prepare for a 'second round' to wipe Israel off the map. As long • they are not certain that the, cen achieve this by military strength, they use boycott and tconomic blockade and guerilla warfare in open defiance of their undertaken obligations. "Our bitter experience in the War of Independence and thereafter has shown us that if we have strength we will have peace, and'if not we, no one will 'stand up for us. Now, after the influx of Soviet arms to Egypt, I believe not only that the Israel Government, but also public opinion and perhaps some governments, have realized that the only thing that might deter the Egyptian dictator and his allies from war is to supply Israel with arms sufficient for its defense in the air, on the sea, and on the land. This realization," Mr. Ben Gurion pointed out, "has not yet been followed up by action except by France which made an important contribution although far from the barest minimum." MOTHERS Complete infant care up to 2 years. Enjoy your work while we enjoy taking cere ef your infant. MO 6-8134. REV. WM. W. LIPSON Model (bsocio/cd with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 44 NT THROW AWAY four 03d Living Room Suite We'll Make it Look Like New • Retie and Replace Broken Springs • Replace Webbing • Add New Filling • Repair, Reglue and Repolish Frame RE-UPHOLSTERED LIKE NEW SOFA AND CHAIR <59 Established 1906 Cash or Easy Terms Distance No Object DALTON DECORATORS 2671 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 64-0521 All fte-UpAelsfenng Work Guaranteed 5 fears KST QOAUF1EP ^KiGNT MAN..AS Ma f. Cenrey, CPA, COM %  ssffst Trees. ttM. Pol. Adv.) GREATER MIAMI WELCOMES... Hon. Nahum Astar Consul General of Israel on the occasion of the establishment of the Stale of Israel Consulate for the South with a Dinner of State WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 7:00 P.M. at the SEVILLE HOTEL "All of Greater Miami Jewry should join in this momentous commemoration. We can best celebrate Israel's Eighth Anniversary by participating in this wonderful new step towards economic self-sufficiency." JACOB SHER, Chairman RECEPTION COMMITTEE Mr. William Apte Col. Jacob Arvey Mr. Louis Bandel Mr. Meyer Baskin Mr. B. I. Binder Mr. William Bornstein Mr. J. A. Cantor Mr. Jack Carner Mr. Jack Cooper Mrs. Sarah Czech Mr. Joseph Duntov Mr. Rubin Eckstein Mr. Leon Ell Mr. Benjamin Felsher Mr. Barney Figowiti Mr. Jacob Fishman Mr. Samuel N. Friedland Mr. Charles Fruchtman Mr. Julius Gaines Mrs. Harry Gersten Mr. Sidney Ginsberg Mrs. Louis Glesser Dr. Morris Goodman Mr. Stuart Gordon Or. Philip Gotlieb Mrs. Jennie Grossinger Mr. Samuel J. Halperin Mr. Mr. Isadore Hecht Mr. Mr. Abe Hurevitz Dr. Dr. A. J. Ishlon Mr. Mr. Leon Jacobs Mr. Mr. Julius L. Jacobstein Mr. Mr. Fred Jonas Mr. Mr. Howard Kane Mr. Mr. Aaron M. Kanner Mr. Mr. Abraham Kasow Mr. Mr. Sam Kay Mrs Mr. Samuel Kipnis Mr. Mr. Abe Kurman Mrs Mr. Sam Lachman Mr. Mr. Sidney Lefcourt Mr. Mr. Oscar Lelchuk Mr. Mr. David Levinson Mrs. Mr. Lawrence Levenson Mr. Mr. Sam Levenson Mr. Mr. Marcie Liberman Mr. Mr. Seymour Liebman Mrs. Mr. Joseph H. Lipton Mr. Mr. Sam Lipton Mr. Mr. Abe Mailman Mr. Mr. Isaac Mannheimer Mr. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Mr. Mr. Benjamin Meyers Mr. Mr. A. J. Molasky Mr. Jack Muravchick Max Orovitz Kurt Peiser David Phillips Victor Posner David Provus Joseph Rambam Sam Reinhard Bernard Rodins Joseph Rose Sam H. Rost Jacob Rothman Frances Rubin Dan B. Ruskin Harry Salter Irving Schatzman Monte Selig Fred K. Shochet Benedict A. Silverman Harry Simonhoff Esther Z. Singer Harry Sonz Gus Trau Carl Weinkle Max Weitz Nat Winokur Felix Wunderman Samuel Zitner Telephone JE 1-5:11 I for information and Reservation*



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,A?rU 27, 1956 ^Jewistincrfariair, jet Holds Ownership of 'Zionist Literature' Top Offense Continued from P9 1 A Thp proceedings and the MM.II. „r .u Alible repercussions in the West when Indicate that white the w, ? %  f the sente ces CS known, for the proceeding, were under^ng a change STtlff ^ ""* er .:....:.., iMinn must he reearded a K mange, the Soviet att furies tnu, a rH '-Ml Page 3 A K^At'soviet Union must be regarded as a The accused were given even of toirness xplain their actions and defen


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Page 2 A +Je*lstfk>rklk*r_ Frith L A M installation Due In Impressive. I Ceremony Sunday Installation oi RabM Yaakov G. Rosenberg ai spiritual loader of Beth David Congregation on SunApr. 20. promises t<> ba the highlight of Both David syne functions in Greater Miami. Stanley C. Myers, program chairman, Wednesday revealed details el the program, which calls for the mal installation to take place B< a Minchs service in Beth David starting at 4:30 p.m. An unusual !• ature ol the service will be a procet anal by members of'the eater Miami Rabbinical Asati Acting as installing officer will be K.iWii David (". Kogen, national Ctor nt community relations. United Synogogue of America. A dinner deaXCC at^Waidman i rown hotel, \>ykt$f[ctf4iK \ cxcning'at^T-synr Dr. Louis L (apian, exociiti director. Board of .Jewish Education. Baltimore, Mil. and dean of the Baltimore Hebrew College and teachers Training School, has been invited to address dinner guests. Dr. Kaplan Is a life-long friend of Rabbi Ho-enberg and was one of his instructors at the Baltimore training school. Mrs. Harry Gordon, dinner chair n, has revealed the following hostess committee: the Meadames hidor Bakst, Max Handshu, Mas J icobson, Sidney Lefcourt, Frank \. Rose, Herbert E. Schor. Bert Sher, .1 a c o b She* and Harry nons, "Rabbi Rosenberg's installation uld prove s fot si point f<>r the (tpression of the great love, high • m and profound respect all ol at Beth Dai id have for him." ; Herbert E. Scher, president, who also announced that the public iinvited to the afternoon cercn on i at l'elh Da', .d. KABBI YAAKOV ROSENBERG Independence Fete Due Histadruth Ivrith ol Greater Mi ami. in i aeration with the Hebrew Teachers Aasn., will hidd an independence oelebration meeting Sunday evening, at liarIm-t restaurant. Dr. Jacob Lestschinsky, Dr Joseph Hurwitz, Mrs. e Stadlan. Cantor Berele Kele-I Varon Liebman, Joseph Free i Zvi Rosenkranti will particim the program .1 '/. Stadlan will preside. athan Confident May 8 Outcome Judge Raymond G. Nathan told The Jewish Floridian Wednesday that he believes voters who study his record as "Dade county's hardiest working judge" will elect him jto circuit court May 8. Pointing out that the Miami Junior Chamber Of Commerce rccenth selected him as Dade county's outstanding public official of the year. Judge Nathan recalled that he was returned to office in 1954 with the highest number of votes ever ac corded a judge in the history of Florida. Now president oi 'he University of Florida Law Alumni Assfl Judge Nathan said he believeha has "the combination ol youth and maturity needed to qualify me for the circuit fudge's post. "Mv age 38 assures the vim and vigor necessary to putting in long hours of day and night hear* on difficult cases," Judge Nathan said, "while the fact that I have heard nearly 23,000 cases in the past three yean gives me the judicial maturity essential to a deep and human understanding of the problems ol our citisesu. \nd I don't need to tell you bow vital a basic sense of fair play is to a judge." Judge Nathan said. Israel Bond Tribute Seen Pivotal for Area's Drive Plans Continued from Pago 1 A the service ol Palestine and i for more than two di Dr Joseph Schwartz, i Ice president Oi the Israel Bonds organiSS tion. will speak on current conditions in Israel The former MMCU Uve \ ice chairman ol the 1 nited .1. wish Appeal inow in blend year as chairman of the Israel Bonds campaign. It is incumbent upon our entire leadership to attend this dm which has the double significelebrating the op enin g ol a neu consulate and the I ning ol Israel's ninth year of lie. It is hardly necessary for me to echo the words oi Israel's lead an that the Middle Fast en I just as serious today as it was a month ago. Both Israel and the j United stales have their eyes on i American Jewry's answer to this crisis. Support of the bond drive and this dinner can be our most affirmative weapon in Israel's beh.di." Sher said. He announced formation of a re. ception committee c o mprising more than 50 of the foremost | Jewish communal leaders in South I Florida. Reservations are still available, and may be made by contacting the Israel Bonds olfice at 1544 Washington ave. TIFERETH ISRAEL M0RTHS.DI CINTIR ^_*500 N wt ^. ALAN GALE in o SPECIAL CELEBRITY SHOW at the MONTE CARLO Saturday Night, May 5th, at 8:30 p. m An Ail-Out Wort fo Aid the Jilereth | SrBe | TALMUD T0RAH BUILDIKG FUND Call now for your reserve, ions' 89-6791 89-8243 PL 93872 MU| Come and Enjoy an Evening of Fun and Laughter as --JLUN.4ALE THE MASTER OF JEWISH HUMOR CAN PH0Y1K ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET YOU 8*. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Him. Phone 9-3444. Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated system of Non-Surfical Treatment* for the Restoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND 14S4 N.W. 36 St. Phone: NE 5-1IS2 M0RTGAGES-S500.000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under Con. struction or Completed. Will Buy or Make Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages.' Unlimited Insurance Funds. • PHONE 9 3444 The Family of the late Joseph Shapiro wish to express their sincere appreciation for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and death of my husband. Dorothy Shapiro AS YOUR STATE SENATOR I WILL FIGHT FOR: • Abolishment of the State Milk Commission! • Greater Return of State Tax Monies to Our County! CALL SWARMING? IONS L WORLD S LARGEST "See Ysor Clttslfttd Director* for Orkm Office Metres! Tea" Member of S'nai S'rith V ol. I riM'flmaii one! M. Rephan HEIREW ROOK ST0RI 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between fourth and Fifth Stt. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Uso Alto for Hebrew Schools Telephone JE 1-9017 IStAIl CERTIFICATES PAID POL.AOV. Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance en Washington Aveewo Phone JE t-J42S 1329 BfSCAYNI tOUtEVAKO Acroot rrem Soars Pros Parking in Rear 1MM 12-2091 ocmrm' nncmmm nuo CONTACT lENSIS REV. 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ay, April 27.J956 iJS^tikHtmam Page 5 S •*w WR. MH MFERXtK StTi jnTleft to right) are the Mesdames Rteckter, Daniel Neal Heller, Charles Allied Berman, Harry Tischler and San Roihstein. Seated are the Mesdames Samuel Kupperman. chairman of the installation brunch, Irving Sussman. Victor Segal, Nat Robbins and Samuel Pollack. New Florida ORT Region Installed Here ^Newty organized southeast Florida region of Women's American MMnslall-i ljust weekly.Mrs. Victor Segal, of Philadelphia. WBBKttKmmBUKm < ^ T at a mee0 *S in the Shelborne The newly elected officers represent the four chapters m Dade county —Greater Miami, Miami Beach, North Dade and Coral Gables. Named president was Mrs. Irving Sussman. Others are the Mesdames DanielNeal Heller. Norman Rothstein, Nat Robbins and Harry Tischler, vice presidents; Alfred Berman, financial secretary. The Mesdames Max Deckter, corresponding secretary; Charles Greene, recording secretary; Samuel Ehrlich, treasurer; and Samuel Pollack, parliamentarian. \ ms. PHILIP STAM ir Roil Members [be Feted by ORT p. Philip Stark is chairman of kcter Miami chapter. Women's pcan ORT affair, and she will pt gold pins to honor roll nti. station will be made at the t roll luncheon Tuesday noon, h. in the Imperial room of the ly Plara hotel. |Kii Beach afternoon chapter, Dade chapter and Coral ff chapter are all combining I efforts for the function. Itertainment will be provided |Fne Levin. Ruth Wilks, Edith Ml and Mildred Zeitzu. Mizrachi Women to Fete Mrs. Schechter Miami Beach chapter, Mizrachi Women, will honor Mrs. Betty Schechter for "her outstanding ac-1 tivity in behalf of Mizrachi" on | Monday noon. Apr. 30, at the Blackstone hotel. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Ja| cob Congregation, will be guest j speaker. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Rose Mastow. On the committee are Mrs. Edna Selis, Mrs. | Rose Lustig. Mrs. Ida Wessel and Mrs. Helen Pollack. on all Dry Wood-Nylon Tent A Subterranean Termite Job.l Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. i |k 'loriio s lft,p>l PHI Cont'ol C •,• p>V- not good at ah if mint; 'Poor' dvHvribvH our timvrivks Rut when it vomvs to dining. You just can't beat ympm\k's RESTAURANT 67th & COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach and PUMPERNIK'S PANTRY THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN V FORirsmm TRU£ SMSQ FLAVOR It takes Alpine pastures and Swiss cheese-making skill to produce the nut-sweet, distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight process Gruyere Cheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit. Costs slightly more than .domestic cheese—and you taste the difference! Swiss KNIGHT ^ the original Switzerland Swks PROCESS GRUYERE CHEESI when are handled at • Heat-Hassag* Pod *M Po/n of Arthritis new Thermo-Cyclopad* r. n Hat. comfortable Ik.?' .*'" id "hmatioo FMp relive the pain comm associated with artbL, I hermo -Cyclop.d is the r oi extensive research to ^'tcombmine heat with ^Physical modality proIGARA P • 41*t St. KACH UBmowt •wownunoN NJE.MIiLuLi FLORIDA NATIONAL... Our Capital and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and Loans Makes This One of the Strongest Banks in the Nation. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANI( r AND TRUST COMPANY "* At Miami I Alfred I. duPont Bui Wing And You NEED A LOAN To Finance A New Auto You'll save money right off, because all it will cost you at this Bank is $4.50 per $100 per year on the amount you borrow... and that's not all, we'll include the amount you • need to pay your new car insurance premium one note one transaction it's that easy! I May we be of service to you? ;. For our customers m -? I hour free parking in %  the duPont Building Garage. t ; ; J ..-.. *.•••• *••" %  ••" %  c.s.f.tf .. f4>.i .." rn. "T"' 8 "" *'— %  .., % % %  %  •—•" SM % 



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Pago 8 A +Je*is*tkx***n Fiidu Federation Report Meeting Slated; Reveal Current $1,419,638 CJA Total Von Dusen Seeks Commission Seat At a campaign workers' organisation rally last week. Raymond iyean and la i member of the FlorVan Queen, candidate for county Continued form Pagt 1 A |j da S|a(( pharmaaawtletJ AMD. II" 1 ., imllllsMl) u .r from District 4. -tat eiftstotalling S125.000. which ia also a Shriner and a memner of (i|| |u „ m 1Jlir r ,, IM1I1 ,,„ %  boUoving > could easilj lake the drive over B'nal B'rith. hl i athe bMtqutJlftodaj* forth. J hl l0 p Jacobs named Mr and Mrs. Eliaa ,„,,, rh rally WM "M at camHampered badly by the lack of rha ;', v ^ p^gn htadquarton ... the m K ravomSeew ir. the Sportanl area p tiST *"* bU campaigns, there is still hope for to a. a r tn ;'"""" 111 ..„,.,„.. ;| u only candidate with establishing an all-time record In • • l 1 ,,,,,i: r |oo public lenrlee -< the count* a single community philanthropy, ho level." Van Daaen said, "gtvee me according to campaign officia Ma> ,; %  %  '_ confidence that I am beet aquipped enrollment increases and population growth. Last year I headed the committee which led the sueY-Ju*, cessful wumj-a-Hi, put ver the v iU| ^ **." Van Dusen said. division chairmen '' %  ""', ,; to mcceaafull) handle this Imporprogress n this Mr. and Mra Meyer \ Baakin „„„,„•< public service baa \ >r Florida industry 442 con-[will I included six years on the Dade tors have brought this dividents at a %  *" t school board, the last two sion to nearlj S1HMW0, somewhat da) e< ,s ,,.-„, whicn ,„. h;i> presided aa below contriButions made lasl at 1810 Ferdinand st. man ,,„ .,,.,, N ,.,. v ,,| VV() Also n "ill be John; Heading the group Miami Citj Council. .n. chain assist with arrangemen' ns are Mr and Mr"Mj yeara on the noui board % d nearlj %  i, pioneer residents ol have been during the count) s ,nd Mr an.I Mi >wtli In educational u/i nokU r He is presi and when the need has oi Ik nl OMta *wkh .„, %  „ th...,„-, m.cal due to large to ST' ^— %  oaa—aaaa^^ — Included also .ire Dr. did Mr! -.77. neari) B Kirsh, I R E W E A V I N G the auota The Business and Pn Mrs Lou I n d Mrs. K Herman OF MOTH HOIES. BURNS AND TEARS, roup ol local business Fisher, Dr and Mrs. David H. $|ieciol service for cleaners. Call after POPULARITY CONTEST \ OR '"QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENZE" I THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE! Win. "Bill" McCRORY CONSTABLE DISTRICT "5 Pull Lever 43 A who have mel regularlj to Gateman and Mr andaffi B 1 p.m. 2350 N.w. 60th St. NE 5-5517 ind solicitations in n inck. than 40 busine -"'"othera with the social throughout Dade count;, % % %  Mr and also will be called upon I bin. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph report final Vcker Cutler, Howard Margolis, Mr. and man, Leo Cl i M Kai Sockloff, Mr. and Mra, ner, M .1 Kopelowiti Artie Kra Joseph Spitser, Mr. and Mrs. David vitz and Carl Suaskind ,ir and Mra Charles has Rosenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Building and investment gone well past last year's consilver. Guest ol honor at the patio partybe campaign chairman will man. of 2600 Segovia ave. HeiMiss Kaplan Elected To Phi Beta Kappa tail Merchants Division, hei by Artie Kravitz and co-chairman William Weintraub, have nearlj equalled lent year's contributions of Sti'JOOO. but again, these gifts have been secured from onl) onehalf "i the number who gave last year Oi i ol the strongest showings In the drive is being made b) the Linda Ellen Kaplan was elected Winter Residents Division, beaded | (l 1% Beta Kappa Tuesday eve b) Jack Carner, who lasl year a 1 M,... Kaplan's membership rision and achieved \ s n Vanderbilt I Diversity's Alpha ;, record-breaking quota of 1285,chapter. 74! This division is expected to she is the daughter of Mr. ud the top at the I rt Mn Leon Kaplan. 1795 s\v 12th Sunday. Reports will „•, Miami. be heard from the Women, eremoniea were in the MemDivision, which traditional!) ,„ i a i ,-,„,, „ ,,i Mumni Memorial • 't~ ojuot Hall on the Vanderbilt vampua. l:i the i".( antimi Division week lor the first time in the histor) ol the Combined Jewish Appeal through the cooperation and leadership oi Cantor Samuel Kelemer, oi Temple Beth Slmiom A lunch eon was held attended b) repre seatatives oi the music profession in the Greater Miami area. Apted M a steering committee to direct solicitation m tinprofes sion are Svd Stanley and My Fried Meanwhile, Morton .Jacobs, 278 NE loist st.. Miami Shores, bat accepted the post of Combined Jewish Appeal chairman lor the North Miami an Serving aa co-chairman with Jacobs will be MrFrieda Blank. impaign veteran ol three -. r\ ice. Jacobs habeen a local druggist in the North Miami area lor seven PULL LEVER 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD, Jr. State Representative Group 2 / LEVER 4-A EXPERIENCE ABILITY MATURITY RETAIN ROBERT H. k wm CIRCUIT JUDGE Ailv 1 VOTE MARVIN M. "Red" Christmas Constable DISTRICT 1 PULL LEVER 43 A Courtesy • Efficiency i I'll. Pol Adv.) PULL LEVER 35-A JUDGE GEORGE L. JACKftiAN FOR SMALL CLAIMS COURT (Group 2) 10 -TEH REASONS WHY -10 1. Senior Judge of the Municipal Court of North Miami Beach. 2. Member Florida Municipal Judges Ass'n; Dade County League ft Municipal Judge;. 3. Former Associate-Professor business and insurance law. 4. Practicing in Florida, Federal and Hew York Courts. 5. Legal adviser for civic organizations. 6. Former criminal investigator US. Treasury Dept. (racket busting^ 7. Service in South Pacific and Japan, World War \l 8. Married, four children. 9. Years of community service through Junior Chamber of OjJJJ Masons, Knights of Pythias, veterans' organizations and ow %  groups. 10. Experience as investigatorlawyer-judge spells JUSTICE FOR ^ vvv (l-d. I'ol. Adv.)


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rJmistincrktian
Fridc
IvAtfl
installation Due
In Impressive
Ceremony Sunday
Installation of Rabbi Yaakev ,:
i nberg ;i~ iplritual lead)
Beth David i ition Sun-
Apr. -'- promises tn DC the
hligh( ol Beth David synagogue
i mi ns in Greater Miami.
Stanlej c Myei m chair-
i Wednesday revealed d
,;rii. which calls i<>r the
ial in-t.ilkiti.ui to t;ik<" pla
.1 Minolta service in Beth D
at 4:30 p m. \i\ iinu
f< ature oi the sen Ice will be i pr i
onal by m e m bers ol the
'':cater Miami Rabbinical \--'-
tailing officer will be
Rabbi David C Kogen. national
i tor ol community i
United Synogogue ol America.
A dinnea chare at^M
Crown hotel i- jOrVjdpTof
. .rt 7 f'rn.
Dr 11 uia i I apian, execu
director, Bean! ol Jewish \
Itimore, Md and dean <>f
Baltimore Hebrew I ll< ge and
teachers Training School, ha-, been
Or Kaplan i> a life-long friend of
Rabbi Rosenberg and was one ol
hi- instructors at the Baltimore
Mrs Hi ion. dinner eh
ad the foll<
the MesdantM
r Bakst. Max H Man
Sidney Li fco ul Frank
.\. Rose, Herbert E Scher,
and H
R installation
r 'he
n of the great love, hich
m and profound ill of
th David have for him."
Herbert E Scher, president,
at the public
th.' afterm
..' Beth I
Independence Fete Due
Histadruth hnth i Greater v
in cooperanon with the He-
brew Teacher- V a R I U
independance celebration
Sunday evening, at Bar-
el restaurant lr
Dr I seph Hurwitx, Mrs
e Stadlan. Cantor Berele V
\amn Liebraan Joseph Free
Z\i RosenkranU will partici-
m the program J 7
preside.
. "I
f488/ YAAKOV KOSlNBtKG
athan Confident
May 8 Outcome
.Indue Raymond G Nathan told
The Jewish Fiondian Wednesday
that he bohe\e- voters "ho study
has record as "Dade county's hard-
est working fudge" will elect him
to circuit COUrt May 8.
Pointing out that the Miami Jun-
ham&rr of Commerce recently
ted him at Hade county's out-
standing public official of the year.
Judge Nathan recalled that he wsia
returned to office in 1P54 with the
hiyhe-t number of trot r ac
corded a judge in the bister]
la.
Now president of the University
of Florida Lin Alumni A--n .
Judge Nathan laid he In-lieve- he
the combination of youth and
ITity needed to quality m
the circuit judge's post
"Mj ires the vim
and vigor necessary to putting in
and nisht hear-
on difficult cases," Judge
Nathan -aid. while the (act that I
have heard nearly 23.000 C8BW hi
the past three yean gives me the
.udicial maturity essential to a
deep and human understanding of
the problems of our citiataui
And I don't need to tell you
how vital a basic sense of fair play
l- to a judge." Judge Nathan said.
Israel Bond Tribute
Seen Pivotal for
Area's Drive Plans
Continued from Pao 1 A
ti. i Palestine and I
for more than two del ide*
Dr, Joseph Schwartz, tice i
l I Bonds organiza-
tion, will speak on current condi-
tions in Israel. The former execu-
u\e rman of tin I I
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Page 10 A *jelstncrHk*n Frid MiB/NA GROSSMAX — ^•Aj THE ODYSSEY OF AN AMERICAN ZIONIST. Fifty Year* pf Zionist History. By Julius Haber. With an Introduction by Louis Lipsky. 415 pp. Now York: Twayne Publishers. S6.00. By HILARY MINDLIN AN OLD, OLD story, this. Nearly two thousand years in the wailing and praying for it. and a scant eight years for the telling of it. It la little wonder, then, that those who had the greatest hand in the establishment of Eretz Yisrael should want to recount, over and over again, the end of a people's yearning. But I venture bo -ay that the -'"'> "' Zionism and the road to Statehood has never been told in quite this May. The previous books which have dealt with this theme have concerned themselves mainly with chronicling Zionism through the con tributions made to it by a single individual; I am reminded particularly of the late Ludwig Lewisohn's "Theodor Her/1." and Norman Bentwich'l excellent "For Zion's Sake: A Biography of Judah L. Magnets," and perhaps one ought to include "Ben-Gurion of Israel," by Burnet Litvinoff, which, if not of quite the same fundamentals, nevertheless overlaps in many places. Mr. Haber's book, however, presents the whole fascinating picture of Zionism from both inside and outside the frame, as it were, as both participant and spectator. Louis Lipsky has this to say of Julius Haber. in his introduction: Haber himself i* something of a phenomenon. Never 4 "professional ZiONMt, he managed by a strange divination to he present SI mj'i\ of the utal events in Ziowm history, and his OWn partuipation as a Contributor, SI a fundraiser as a pioneer m man\ significant phases of IfrSfl s del elopment tflOMfh modestly presented are in themseli es ti significant part of Amtnid'i Zionum'a contributions to the establishment of the State of Israel. To which it might be added that had Mr Haber gone about with notebook and pen in hand, it is doubtful whether he could have been more inclusive. He seems to be blessed with both the historian's eye for incident and the DOvelisfl feeling for the moment's emotion: he has the knack of lifting out an anecdote, or a vignette, of spinning it alive with words, and somehow investing it with all the meaning and symbolism which it once had. and which time had eroded. Thus, to take only one instance, in the portrait of Naphthali Herz Imber. the strange and tragic poet who wrote the word* for "Hatikvah." is implicit a whole feeling about Zionism and the way it could transcend differences — a feeling which final success has greatly weakened in all but a very' few. Or an anecdote ot Palestine in 1909: "One morning I emerged from my small hotel in Jaffa and noticed a swarm of young men standing about idly in the street. What are they all doing?" I asked a passerby. 'They're writers." he told me. 'What! So many wTiters in such a small country'' I exclaimed 'What does Palestine need with them all?' 11-.n't worry, said my informant, 'they serve an important purpose. They write home for mone> In a few sentences Mr. Haber can evoke not only the fact and temper ol the time, but the characters of the men who held the reins aide*. Immediately after the press conference, he would see. briefly, a minor UN official That man is in charge of designs for new United Nations postage stamps. There was a new stamp in the making—Mr. Hammarskjoid wanted to take one more look at the design, wanted to make sure the stamp had been designed exactly as he wanted it. These two illustrations could be interpreted in various ways. His trip to the opera, while the Middle Last was burning, might be seen by some people as an action verging on something between flippancy and escape. His attention to philately on the day of that all-important press conference might be read as the work of a man who does not know how to delegate authority, perhaps of a petty tyrant. But none of these explanations is true. What his actions do show is that Dag Hammarskjoid is a man with a highly-organized mind, a stiff brake on emotions a man of action who can handle first things first matters "* £ res P nsibili e to other Fifty years old-he was born in July. 1905-Da* Hammarskjoid is in the very prime of his careerintellectual ly, artistically, physically. All three of those qualities go to make up the political man. the i K?/nh and ri 0 1 ^ u --intellectu.T artistic physical-he could not be the great political man, the great statesman, that he u. have begun at last to regard his activities with less tolerance. What started out to be a monumentally successful job of blackmail and coercion appears likely to turn into something much more serious and Nasser has rocked his own boat by premature and careless self-confidence. If the force of events brings about a real offer of assistance to Israel from the West, which is indicated, he will have cause to regret his lack of caution — and the all-out war in the Middle East may be averted after all. But even now it is not the actual right and wrong of the Israel-Arab situation which has altered the views of those who conduct Western policy, but rather a question of expediency and their own interests. And Israel ia no securer today than yesterday. Arms have still not been sent to her—nor has adequate moral support been given and until these genuine guarantees are forthcoming neither American editorials nor speeches in the House of Commons can take the Y( pl r;; v igiiw t u. ,he "want,,,/ 1 have comported leM| y on still 1 oncp again i ne wn detrime m ,,u ; "Stance to, a ^ee hand i n ,! some solution t ot their' ar) LS a P"biie the light of the, derous acts of the k derersjtnowbeeo, they begged for 1 t-'N that Dag nusrioa be limited 11 ought to be ej P"t two and two establish once and Egypt and Syria, H the Arab states of | quence. are n^ menacing the worifc, rael has declared I ever since she w a ( years ago. It not 1 Nasser, his drpk to persuade the own actions and 1. has been right alh BMLL WOLFE Taxes are Joe Louis'Greatest I On rare occasions this column deviates from its customary reporting about Jews in sports to discuss a prominent individual or an important event close to the hearts of all sports fans. If there ever was a sports figure who commanded admiration and respect, he is Joe Louis. Some of the recent events that have befallen Louis are cause for the deeDest concern. Many Jewish fans in particular have an admiration for Louis because of everything he stood for in fighting discrimination. In the period before the war, he rose as a symbol against Hitler's oppression when he took on German fighter Max Schmeling. As fight fans will remember, Schmeling had been the apple of Hitler's eye, and the Nazis took the view that this bout was to prove the superiority of the master race. For this columnist, as for many other Jews, the victory Louis scored was a thrilling achievement long to be remembered. It became all the more exciting because Louis knew why he had to beat Schmeling. It was a battle for decency as well as a battle in the ring. Thus there was a note of sadness in the recent news that Joe Louis, once the great champ, had been compelled, in order to make money to back income tax claims organization, to become a professional wrestler. Those who have seen him perform have commented on the tragedy of Louis going through this degrading pace. It is a sad come down for the champ. The situation was compounded recently in the South when Louis found himself set < fore an all-white which Negroes had I I.ouis. who said be i this was to be the 1 want to go on with 1 However, when he) ed by those managiy that it wouldn't I went on. Afterward,] bad about it, that 1 for money, he dot to the National the Advancement 0 pie. He also put and said that fron 1 of the first question I in the South is wo would be permitted i ence, and he would 1 otherwise. This is as it so what emerges from I not very pretty man who is one of I fighters ever to step I in our own country! in the world. Betas factors, including commercialism of which everyone aril owns a piece of a: directly or indirectly,] finds himself broke 1 ison to the taxes Ik | claims he owes. Wouldn't it shot 1 gratitude to this the government went ing after him' tax department els owes doesn't seen price of seeing him I on a canvas gruntnaj l ing in an effort tor anything, this cM* debt to Joe lm measured in dollars' HERHKRT G. WWT MGM's Julie' is Now Being Filr Hollywood For the past four weeks, the author of this column has been traveling up and down the Pacific Coast, attached to the production unit of -Julie." a forthcoming MGM feature, being filmed on location only without the use of a tingle studio act This is the second production for Marty Melcher, a Jewish boy from North Adams, Mass., who made good in the music publishing field before he was 30. Melcher previously guided "The Young at Heart," a Warner feature. • • • production of "J*j| Brethren." an *^ spectacle. and • < Motion Picture i 19M United Je^J 1 campaign. Our i majors u well have devoted • I and effort in W ing film fw* *, contributions country. f Albert Ban* J"' Jewish painter ** rently engaged' Jerry Wald. the bulky, Jovial release V^^i Columbia Pictures executive, national. I" keeps pretty busy theee days, dividing his activities between the back, what ber expoat



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Page 2B +j ( utrkri (Nahit or Nahut) 1 teaspoon salt 'j teaspoon white pepper i teaspoon red pepper or 1 mashed hot red pepper (fresh or canned i teaspoon mixed herbs (basil, majoram. thyme, etc ) '4 cup fine cracker or bread crumbs 4 egga 4 tablespoons melted vegetable shortening or olive oil (Tahini) 1 cup additional fine cruml> Deep melted shortening or oil for frying Canned chick peamay he drain-' ed then mashed. Or. soak dry, thick peaa overnight in cold water to cover Drain and rm>e Add cold water to cover and cook till tender enough to ma-h between thumb and forefinger. I sing a' Bikur Cholem Picks Officers at Meeting Mrs MornZitter has been elected honorary president of Bikur Cheieiti Canvaleecaal Home i I Greater Miami at a meeting this .. eek Other ollicers named include the Me.-oameIsidor Cohen, president: Vickie Roe. Milton Yaffe. M Fishier. B Petter. A. Kugler, Helen Homatein, Eva I.e..p..id. Ida' Mom and A Brenner, vice president-. MrHarry Elnhern and Morris Zitter. trea-urei; Mrs. Louis Rogo\in and C. Ilouser, financial secre-, tery; Mr-. Max Sirot, recording sec-' retary; MrBan Block, eorreapondinjj secretary: Mrs Sadie Weiaeman, Alfred Leaner, Mrs p, I.i-en-tein and Mrs. Zitter. trus tees. Board of directors are the Mesdames Kay Shapiro, Dora Cohen. Albert Klein. Abraham Kugler. Nathan Roth. Anna Wexler. Sadie Roach, Sara Rosin and Bertha Broudan. Otherart Mr-. Vickie Roe. publicit) chairman. MrSara K"-tun parliamentarian: MrSonia Weiss, entertainment; Harold lurk Joel P. Newman and Nordecai Roach, legal advisory; Drs Stanley Frehling. George Einhorn. Harold Kaufman and Gordon Km horn, modical advisory. Installation luncheon will be Monday, May 14. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, will be installing eifieer. *ACIJ FOP OLD vMOll JEWELRY BEST PRICES' A. MORNINGSTAR •06 CONGRESS BltXJ 111 N.E. 2nd Avc—FR 3-0303 pressure cooker lessens cooking rime. Follow directions for your type of pressure cooker When chick peas are tender, drain and KIND TO HANDS New Vel Pink Liquid Detergent a Boon To the Housewife Here's good news for every housewife who wants to lighten her household work and yet maintain her repuation for having a clean and efficient home. The Colgate Palmolive Company, always ojajpt h e lookout for the interests of the home maker, has come out with a brand new product which will prove to be of great help to her This is Vel Pink Liquid Detergent. This wonderful new product will make your dish washing easier and taster than ever. Vel Pink Liquid Detergent will make everything spotlessly clean without scrubbing and rubbing. All you have to do is just pour a little of this magic pink detergent into hot water and you're ready to clean your pots and pans, dishes, silverware and glassware. Vel Pink Liquid Detergent is Kosher and Parve. produced under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and you can use it for your meat as well as your dairy things. Look for the "T" on the can. Vel Pink Liquid Detergent does not contain any alkali and is kind to your hands It will help keep them soft and tender. Vel Pink Liquid Detergent is produced by the Colgate-Palmolive Company, the same company that bungs you such other fine products as Ajax. Fab, Vel. Colgate Dental Cream. Veto. Palmolive Soap. Rapid Shave and many others put tlirou.li the fine I your ipper to form a thick puree {Or, ni.isli with a sJtlBBI Ad.I tall "ml oilier BBawin tn taste Stir in ciuinls and eggs mixii till i eompad no i I,,i med then work in the 4 tablet I spoons ot shortening or oil. 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n J i'ltJ cmcr/a s T^U/ The Queen Mary is scheduled to leave Gotham Town's fabulous harbor on the Hudson May 9. When the sleek ship takes off, two ol the passengers aboard will be Mr. and M. Max Schwartz, of 620 51st st.. Miami Beach. The Schwartxe* plan to be abroad for ten weeks. Returning to the States from Europe, they'll go to for (he July 29 Drake hotel wedding of their granddaughfcftM Schwartz, of 107 W. Rlvo Alto dr li ROM, incidentally.-met fiance Ronnie Berger while both rodents al the University of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz L n re main in Chicago for the Democratic national convenihere Max will be an assistant sergeant-at-arms. f> Leaking of the Windy City, the Arnold Saadars, of Jefferson Uui visit there before returning to Miami Beach and preparavr their upcoming two and a half month tour of Europe. ht,$ d,r > hodu,ed itinerary includes England, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Israel. Jicr Covetous Note on .Tours Abroad: Pine Tree dr. cir.'s tllrs. Jack Carnar are planning a Scandinavian cruise as a He to traveling in Europe. Before taking off, however, the will visit sons Stephen and Richard in Larchmont, N.Y. I return here in the fall. >>>c jst bk news about beloved Jannia Grossinger was the story iing the Fight for Sight" award given her in New York by ijional Council to Combat Blindness in recognition of Jennie's in behalf ui the blind. j hand at the occasion were Uam Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Her friends are now hoping that Jennie's trip last week to j.ul in Durham, N.C., was only for a checkup. >>_ >>c eaking of young hostesses—the sweet sixteen birthday party by Joan Btnkowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Benkowitz, icir Dayton i.i rd. home. Joan entertained about 80 friends, [out-of-town guests including her aunt and uncle, the Jamas I. p, of New York. |ryn Beth Tashman celebrated her tenth birthday with a ft party at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving bn, 3551 SW 3rd ave., last week. |The daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Taahman was host to Olivia n, Barbara Podell, Audrey Kline, Susan Hamersmith, Nancy bn, Susan Johnson, Gary Lobel, Michel* Masada, Joan KohlenPatty Hewett, Bonnie Bramson, Philip Hamersmith and Lubel. lack to the Jack Camera: Their magnificent terrace was the aturday of dinner and cocktails, with Mrs. Baron da Hirsch Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Simon Rubin assisting as sses... uest list inrluded socialites Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, *nd Mrs. Max Orovitz, the Dan B. Ruskins, Carl Weinkles, •rd Wiens, Sam Blanks, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Falk, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik and Col. and Mrs. Jacob l. Arvey, whose life story is currently being serialized in Itah Floridian, later flew to Washington's Mayflower hotel nportant business) ita on hand to greet the Carriers' houseguest. Leonard Prose, ** York, were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bresky, of Boston. Mr. and Samuel Keywell, Detroit, the Ellis Gimbals, Mr. and Mrs. y Myers, the Samuel Rosts and Morris Goodmans. Mming in for special admiration were the many objects d'arts 1 down by the Corners from their estate in Rye, N.Y. fates on the "Local" Travel Front: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Low [wad a 35-coupie delegation from the Miami Beach Optimist fto the May convention in Havana of the fourth district. Manap the Cadillac hotel, Jack is Beach Optimist president. •nd Mrs. Meyer Eggnatx spent the weekend in Boston. Mrs. J "s president-elect of ML Sinai Women's Auxiliary. She *ds Mrs. Louis Glasser. *n from New York is Mrs. Ban Steinberg, resting here at woe of her sister, Mrs. Sidney Goldberg, 4010 N. Meridian \ following a trip to Europe. ""so Gotham Town visitors have been Mr. and Mrs. David '•beingentertained by the Newt HoJstedters at the Balmoral. • Mrs. Singer were on the last stop of their Jamaica honeye returning home. J f Births and Birthdays: Mr. and Mrs. Al Laurence are the ^Parents of new arrival Judy Kim. She's the former Frances toni!? M "' **"**• Serotta's son. Richard, celebrated his wnnday with members of his kindergsrten class. "^Herbert Gutmen, Mrs. Louis A. GWney and Mrs. Stanley fcttinT hosteM t a luncheon in the Eden Bee May 5. r 'me ls noon .. sayg 0|eir c(ever invitat | on _j n honor of Derby %  awsville, Ky., which occurs on the same date. dway and shopping were the program of the Albart aur 'ng their Gotham Town visit. ^•P'ros are now at home at 5325 LaGorce dr. ^leiiwslUEIladldi[giiR Miami. Florida, Friday. April 27. 1956 Section B COST Of NEW THERAPY ROOM 10 BE $10,00 } Jewish Home of Aged Auxiliary Will Honor Mrs. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman examine entrance to new Mollie and Sol Silverman Physical Therapy Room at the Jewish Home for the Aged. A dedicated Greater Miami community worker and her husband will be honored at a dinner dance Monday evening, Apr. 30, in the Ruhaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. The couple came here from Toledo, O., in May, 1946. They had chosen Miami as their new home following the death of their only son, who was killed in France during World War II. Prior to their arrival in this community, they were active in Toledo's philanthropic and civic affairs. The devoted woman worker had helped organize an aged home there. It was Mrs. Sol Silverman's energetic role in that project that decided her joining into the programs of what was then Miami's new Jewish Home for the Aged. Since that time, her untiring efforts and gracious and cheerful willingness to direct and execute the various projects of the organization have resulted in the phenomenal growth of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, to a membership today of some 2,000. It is this women's group which will honor Mrs. Silverman and her husband Monday evening. Expected to attend are officers and directors of the parent body, who will pay tribute to the four-times president of the Auxiliary. In positive fashion, the tribute will take form in the dedication of a Mollie and Sol Silverman Physical Therapy Room, which is subsequently to be set aside at the Home, 151 NE 52nd st., for the exclusive use of residents in need of therapy treatment. Some 500 persons are expected to witness the event. Cost of the room, which is estimated at $10,000. will be raised by the Women's Auxiliary in Mr. and Mrs. Silverman's honor. The Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary annually contributes SI8.000 to defray the Home's operational expense. In addition, the Auxiliary takes care of additional costs—such as special medication for residents, artificial limbs, eye glasses and occupational therapy treatment. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. HATS ON as Mrs. Dave Levinson (left), chairman of "Mad Hatters" tea party of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood set for Friday at Algiers hotel gets fitted for her chapeau by program chairman Mrs. Jules Channing. Sisterhood president Mrs. Irving Cypen expects some 200 women at tea, which will feature a millinery fashion show by Jordan Marsh. Proceeds for Children Dinner dance at the Colony restaurant was held by Lorber chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children Sunday. Co-chairmen of the affair were Mrs. Aaron U. Resnick and Mrs. Marvin Kuperman. All proceeds go to the Asthmatic Children's Home in Denver. Outstanding Leaders Pay Tribute to Mrs. Selig at Bond Fete Greater Miami Jewry paid overwhelming tribute to Mrs. Monte Selig last Thursday at the Eden Roc hotel. The former chairman of the women's division of the Greater Miami committee for State of Israel Bonds was feted at the annual luncheon of the local chapter of the Sponsors of Israel, headed by Mrs. Sam Rost. Mrs. Selig was presented with a mahogany plaque on which was engraved in gold the map of the State of Israel. She was cited for "Outstanding service to Israel through leadership in the Israel Bonds or : ganization in 1954 and 1955." Mrs. Selig accepted the plaque from Jacob Sher. bonds chairman Mrs. Sarah Czech presented Mrs. Selig with a check for $9,000, which made her a Trustee of Israel for 1956. Mrs. Czech previously had enrolled as a Sponsor, but announced she was reenrolling as a Trustee "because of the dire need for immediate aid to be rushed to Israel." Mrs. Czech was one of the first woman Trustees in the United States in 1954. She joins Mrs. Frances N. Rubin as a 1956 Trustee. Mrs. Esther Singer, another former Trustee, announced she too will become a Trustee in honor of Mrs. Selig. Mrs. Max Weitz served as program chairman, Mrs. Charles Ratner gave the invocation, Mrs. Jacob Sher served as chairman of hostesses, and city manager Sidney Glazier welcomed the almost 200 women who attended. Miss Lillian Goodman and Mrs. Abraham Kasow, vice chairmen of the women's division, arranged for numerous organizational presidents to join in the tribute to Mrs. Selig, who has a long record of service to the Jewish Home for the Aged, United Jewish Appeal, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as well as sparking the Israel Bonds campaign. Miss Regina Resnik, Metropolitan Opera soloist, sang several numbers, including Hebrew songs. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers said results of the Sponsors' function, added to the recent Chen awards brunch, have "gotten the women of Greater Miami off to a fine start for 1956."



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