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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
-Number 18
j^iami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1956
"Price 20*
mArnn attack xmi-iava* owre, oimocmM
i Southern
Settlers 5
^
srael mark cease-fire on their Egyptian border with
relief but maintain grim alertness against threat of
fcks. Children here are getting air raid training in
lent's bomb shelter. Hundreds of civilian protect-
\\s are being rushed to completion as Israel enters
of freedom.
EMENT MUST MOBILIZE
Mrof Presents Billion
[/Jar Program to Congress
To Ward off Economic Win'
LLEM (JTA)A $1,000,000,000 four-year plan for under-
state of Israel's immigration program and for buttressing
[was presented Wednesday at the World Zionist Congress
Ikol. Finance Minister of Israel and head of the Jewish
itlemt-nt department
nist movement must mobilize its total resources to back
|therwise. he warned, i i
in of large numbers, |
Its which may be-
fcrji could mean the
the economy of Israel,
I the security of the
Iffering for the immi
I expressed hope that
loc countries may open
Vider for Jewish emi-
lsaid that Israel must
for such an eventu-
plan into operation,
speaking as the Jew-
header said, would
ll'nited Jewish Appeal
Its current receipts by
lo S50.000.000 annually
Pie receipts from the
drive. These funds
i no relation whatever
needed for security
I the present time, Mr.
ed.
I estimated that in the
?migration movement
thousands of families
fke roots on their own
ne assistance from the
ement He asked that
from the Western
By Special Correspondent
BEERSHEBA, IsraelAfter days of terror, Israel's
southern frontierland of the Negev is quiet again,
and the pioneer farmers are grimly going about the
business of repairing the damage spread by Egyptian
fedayeen.
The Arab marauders caused considerable damage,
but one objective eluded them completely. They had
hoped to strike fear deep into the hearts of new im-
migrant farm families and force them to panic and
to leave their Negev homes. But all the fedayeen
succeeded in doing was making the newcomers the
more determined to hold fast.
It is easy to talk about staying put; it is hard to do.
Night after night, as the saboteurs struck some-
; where in the south, the farm families sat in their
homes, never knowing if and when a grenade would
(come hurtling through a window. Night after night,
I the men folk had to stand on guard duty, never
: knowing when an enemy bullet would echo through
the darkness. Still, they stayed.
And whenat least for the time beingit was
over, they had their work cut out for them. The
marauders struck at tractor stations, water pipe-
lines, electric pylons, irrigation pumping stations
and other installations. Security regulations obscure
the exact details of the damage, but no one hid the
fact that the enemy hit hard.
It all began when Egyptian cannon in the Gaza
strip opened fire on five border settlements, estab-
lished by the Jewish Agency Settlement Department
with the aid of United Jewish Appeal funds, strung
out across the western Negev. In one settlement 30
cows were killed. In Kisufim 180 chickens were
killed by a single shell. At Nirim, right on the fron-
tier, a shell damaged the dining hall and another
hit the kibbutz workshop and destroyed precious
farm equipment purchased with UJA dollars.
That no disaster occured was due to preparation
and discipline. Fortunately, the government has
been building air-raid shelters in frontier settle-
ments for months now, and the fledgling villages
had refuge from the bombs.
The settlers, well-trained after many an air-raid
<" 111, many a false alarm and not a few real attacks,
hurried their children and women folk to the shel-
ters the moment the alarm bells clanged.
Thus were 35 children at Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha
saved from certain death. The youngsters were
taken to the shelter less than half an hour before
a shell scored a direct hit on their nursery.
Then came the fedayeen attacks. On the first
night they threw a hand grenade into an apartment
in a new immigrant housing project in the old-new
city of Ascalon, killing a 74-year-old grandmother
who had come from Yemen with her family in 1949
in the search for freedom in her own land. Her
granddaughter, only a few hours after a party cele-
brating the girl's engagement, and her ten-year-old
grandson were wounded.
It is significant of Israeli spirit that only a few
hours later, as dawn broke over Israel, convoys of
trucks and busses left Tel Aviv with 900 volunteers
in work clothes, off to spend a week in frontier
settlements building shelters.
The attacks went on for almost a week. A desert
"dormitory" camp for workers of the Mekorot Water
Co., which built the might Yarkon-Negev pipeline.
was attacked. One worker was killed and three
others wounded.
In the final gasp of the vicious round of attacks,
four students of an agricultural school in a village
were killed while at prayer in the school's syna-
gogue. Other youngsters were wounded, and a week
later Israeli surgeons, to save the life of one of the
children, had to amputate both his legs below the
knee.
LtVI tSHKOL
new <'
countries be aided financially to
the extent needed by each family.
Mr. Eshkol insisted that the
Zionist movement's program must
be carried out in keeping with Is
rael's national and economic poli-
Continued on Pago **
US. AND BRITAIN CAUTIOUS OVIR 'BLANKET mill'
Soviet Statement is Seen Threat to Pact
LONDON (JTA)The statement latt weekend by Nikita Khrushchev, head of the Communist Party
i the USSR that the Soviet Union would not send arm. to the Middle East providing "other countries-
Jo the ..me.'wa. interpreted her. Wednesday to mean that the Soviet Government would d.scontmu.
supplying arm, to Egypt if the W.s>rn Powers would agree to a "blanket freeze" on all arm. .h.pments
f ^IMhiTwere the caw, it wa. pointed out here, Egypt would be left in a position of great .trength over
l.rael *m wb?T.l.rT.Vs application for arm. to the United State, ha. not a. yet been acted upon and in view of
the fact that other Western countries have not .old arms to Israel.
Washington, it was indi-
(ln Wehington, it wa.
cated that the professed Soviet
willingness to abide by an over-
all United Nation, embargo on
arm. for the Middle Ea.t wa. re-
ceived coolly at the State De-
partment .ince it would imply
the abandonment of the Baghdad
Pact. Even if uch an embargo
concerned only the Arab coun-
trie. and l.rael, tho U"l<*
State, and Britain would no
longer be in a position to .end
arm. to Iraq, and l.rael would
be denied the jot fighter, .he
ha. been trying to buy in We.t-
Continued on Page 3 A
.CAIRO VOWS CANT BI TRUSTED
m ARMS DEAl WITH REDS IS CONCLUDED
[EM (JTA) United Nations Secretary
* Hammarskjold arrived in Israel Tucs-
on conferences with Premier David Ben
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. even
thed as result of the renewal of land-
order roads and the murder of settlers
Ds.
rskjold conferred only with Mr. Shar
thedulod to see Mr. Ben Gurion Wed-
fcnwhile, the Israel Foreign Ministry
chareed that no reliance could be placed on Fgyp
U.n Assurances to end hostilities ,n the border
"The1 charge came in light of an Egyptian announce^
aSafeqflJgtfffS
RAPS MOSCOW rouens
Goldmann Says U.S. Jews
Lacking Spiritual Values
JERUSALEM (JTA)Fear that the majority of the young gener-
ation of Jews in the United States may no* retain their Jewish identity
and continue a Jewish life as it is today was expressed by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, in an address
Tuesday night at the World Zionist Congress here.
Dr. Goldmann, who reviewed the Jewish situation in countries
outside of Israel and the tasks
which face the Zionist movement,
said that the threat of assimila-
tion among Jews was never great-
er than today.
Dr. Goldmann urged the Zion-
ist Congress to invite non-Zionists
supporting Israel morally and fi-
nancially to join in sharing the
responsibilities for the direction
of emigration to Israel and in the
absorption and colonization of
newcomers in Israel. He also
proposed some radical reforms
for the Zionist movement in its
organizational structure. "Now
that the State of Israel exists and
enjoys the support of the vast
majority of the Jewish people,"
Dr. Goldmann said, "Zionism
must concentrate increasingly on
the question of assuring the sur-
vival of Jewish life in the Dia-
spora as long as the Diaspora ex-
ists. It should link all Jewish
life with Israel, both collectively
and individually, so that it misht
culminate in the personal immi-
gration of individual Zionists to
Israel."
"Rarely in our history," Dr.
Goldmann stated, "was our future
Continued on Page 2 A


Fage 2 A
'Jewlsti fh>rldHa__
I^Moy
Goldmann Charges U.S. Jewry Lacking in Spiritual Values
Continued from Paje I A
i the Diaspora threatened as
i-avHy as K Li todaj Onlj U one
ricta survival to physical sur-
vival of the individual Jaw can
i no fool moderately Rratil
when Zionists speak ol sur
val, they mean collective spiri-
tual survival aa a pi knti-
itism could totally disappear
In tho world, yet the position of
Jewa aa a people could ba mow
mperilled than ever by spiritual
.nd moral perils for their exist-
a aa Jew-."
Dr, Goldmann pointed out thai
the problem of the Jews in the
Communist countries is not a
problem ol anti-Samitiara. "The
Soviet and tho Easl BUTOPCafl
rtates," ho said, "are based on
equality of rights for all racial
. nd religious BjrOUpa and minori-
ties. \\'o do not acciiM' the gov-
ernment of those states of inten-
tional violations of the funda-
mental principles of their consti-
tutions. But we accuse them of
rot allowing the Jewish commu-
nities to live their full Jewish
Jives and maintain their identity
I .lows, and secure their future
aa Jews.
Pointing out that Zionism is
regarded in these countries a>
counter-revolutionary." and that
'he existence of Jewish schools
is not permitted, and that the
synagogues still existing than
will shortly disappear on account
I the lack of rabbis Dr Gold-
ihe young generation of Ameri-
can jewq will retain Jewish
identity and continua Jewish life >
aa it is todaj
i,, s not foriil thai thi
lni. iftar the
,,! HUlerism The ajoral
ture of all thi La thai Uw assimi
latioti ol todaj La net Ideological
and docs not respond to am sh>
Off appeal, but is quite natur
a] and constitutas a -pontaix
proeaas Ol which those who are
it are not even
aware The situation would ap-;
to i- hopalass it that* wore
BOl an. Israel brael is a SOUTCC
Which cm revitalize Jewish life.
Israel is a substitute and more
than S substitute for the destroy
eel Jewish strongholds of Europe.
The problem now is how to util-
ize this source and how to link
the Diaspora to Israel."
Federation Slates
18th Annual Meet
The 18th annual mooting of the
i ater Miami Jewish Federation
will be held on June 18 ;it the
Seville hotel, it has boon announe-
' Federation president Stanley
Tho dinner even! this year wi
-alute Federation's "Chai" birth-
is) as a communitj sen ice oi
on.
"In viea "i the extnordinan
achievement Oi Federation in 1956.
Israel's crisia year, it la expected
that an all-time attendance record
Will be BCl at the traditional af-
.: said.
mann declared: "The Jewish com-
munities In these countries
permitted tc maint
with Jewish commun
abroad. There la no Yiddish liter
re, press and .th:\iti' In the
Soviet Union In short. Jew
not permitted to d< Wish
cultural creativenesB."
[tefen In h life
American continent, i>' i
'. life in
Ariel '-.i i njoj a '' auttfUl fa-
lni i-i eonh i In
:> oi Jcwisl
is not f-n.il to this facade "Too
much." he said, "ia being spenl
on institution- and on organisa-
tional structure, but one needs
only to penetrate the facade of
American Jewish life to become
frightened" He asserted that
millions of American Jews do not
belong to any Jewish organiza
fion. not even to a religious con-
gregation. I ----- -,.--
A very large section, if not ATTENTION INVESTORS I
the majority, of American Jewish wl HAy| MAHy OUTSTANDING 1st
vouths receive no Jewish educa- m
Don whatsoever." he stated oss M MOtTCACIS THAT WH1 MT
Most of the activities of Ameri YOU % oed 10% Pit ANNUM. Aw.
can Jewry are concentrated in Him* Pfceae t-3444.
fund -raining an*d in organization-1 ~
al manifestations. Compared with'pr,
the impressive external aspects,'
the spiritual output 1 American \
Jewry is most shockingly inade->
quate." he declared. >
"The United States." he con-
tinued. "is generally a country >
not conducive to minority cul- ?
tures. It is a melting pot. One
of the many weaknesses of Amor- *
iran Jewish lite is that it ia l>eing ?
over-organized and simultaneous- If
?
?
tho position o| American Jewry '
and recolve its problems. Despite
the beautiful facade, there is not
a guarantee that the majoritj ol
t
ly disorganized. It has too many
organizations and yet lacks
single representative body that
would determine policies, survey
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T, May 4.
1956
frjEiticf, noridfiar
and Britain Show Caution in Face of New Red Policy
n____1 A U A. _-
rtinued from P9 A
-tries to offset the irv
fc*?tr.ngth that Egypt
ft from th. Sovi.t bloc.)
Uii statement, made t a
eUnferente in London prior
i;T.fum with Sovi.t Prs-
iBvlgmin to Moscow, Mr.
Lh.v said that th. Sov.et
I j, prtpared "to partic-
f. jn arms embargo in tha
, Et" through tha United
or some ofhtT w*-''
t whtther his governmfnt
I try to persuade ofhar
kits to reduce arms ship-
l,0 the Middle Eastan
_ reference to Cxechoslo-
L salt of arms to Egypt
Lhrushchev replied: "That
[rtry delicate question, but
ild not want to by-pass
t. A* a matter of fact, we |
our own country .re not ,hip-
ping arms to anybody, and we
would prafar that thar. ware no
such shipments at all. But such
shipments are taking place
"It would be wrong," he con-
tinued, "if wa ware to say that
tha Soviat Union would not sell
arma to states which might ask
us to do so for tha reason that
shipments are being made to
other countries. If it were pos-
sible to agree, through the Unit-
ad Nations or some other way,
that these arms shipments
should not take place, wa would
welcome that and we are pre-
pared to take part in such an
undertaking which would help
bring peaceful conditions to the
troubled parts of the world."
Soviet Premier Bulganii said:
" view of tha Soviet Govern-
ment, the main source of inter-
national friction and the cause
tor tha deterioration of relations
between the Arab states and Is-
reel is the creation of military
groups such as that embraced in
the Baghdad Pact. The British
view does not share our inter-
pretation, and we do not agree
with them. Here, you see, we
take different stands." Mr. Bui-
ganin concluded by stating that
the agreement reached between
the Soviet and British leaders
in the talks here on the Middle
East "opens no small possibility
for our two countries."
levi Eshkol Presents Billion
Dollar Program to Zionists
To Ward Off 'Ruination'
Continued from Page 1 A
cies. The Zionist and government
I development of the countryside
and the economy are and must re-
I main intertwined, he said.
Reviewing the accomplishments
I of the Zionist movement within
the State of Israel, Mr. Eshkol said
i that the incorporation of masses
J of immigrants from 70 countries
in Israel has changed the face of
i the countryside. New villages have
| sprung up, he noted, long-neglect-
ed fields have been fertilized and
cultivated, tea; of thousands of
new homes have arisen and mil-
lions of tree.- now lines thousands
of miles of avenues. Many welll
have been dug, bridges built, roads
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Iyar 23. 5716
Volume 30 Number 18
Friday. May 4. 1956____________
The Zionist Movement Needs Greener Pastures Elsewhere
Israel Finance Minister Levi Eshkol this week
presented a $1,000,000,000 plan to the World
Zionist Congress currently meeting in Jerusa-
lem for underwriting the State of Israel's im-
migration program, as well as for buttressing
its economy.
According to Mr. Eshkol, the ZOA must ac-
cept the responsibility of mobilizing its total
resources to back the plan. Otherwise, the large
influx of immigrants to Jjjjfeel could mean tats
ruination of the young republic's economy.
Thefe-can be no- doulit that the Jewish State
is today in a crisis as great as any it has had to
meet during the eight short years of its exist-
ence. The United Jewish Appeal's launching of
an emergency $25,000,000 fund above and be-
yond its 1956 committment to finance the North
Africa immigration program attests to that fact.
Purpose of the emergency fund was to give
Israel the opportunity of using a larger part
than usual of its national budget for defense
needs in the face of worsening military condi-
tions in the Near East without endangering its
immigration program.
The reguest by Israeli officials to any major
American Jewish organization for assistance
would therefore be regarded as urgently valid
on its face. The realities of the situation, how-
ever, seem to point in another direction.
Zionist organizations throughout the world
arrived in Jerusalem last week for a number of
reasons. Principal among these was the need
to reexamine the goals and aspiration of the
Zionist movement today. The Zionist Organiza-
tion of America is an example of Zionism's
generally rudderless activity since the estab-
lishment of Israel back in 1948. One of the first
and major examples of this rudderlessness
came during the ZOA presidency of Rabbi
Irving Miller several years ago, who declared
the need for Zionism's "spiritual identification"
with the Jewish State at a time when the move-
ment's classic goal had finally been achieved.
Since then, many panaceas have been of-
fered for the revitalization of the movement,
with no sincere Zionist leader attemptina to
hide the fact that Zionism has been sailing
through ideologically troubled waters.
The Eshkol plan this week offers to the world
Zionist movement a new horizon of activity to
substitute for the old-a hnancial program
which has been principally the province of
Federation and Israel Bond campaigns. There
is little way of telling at this point how Zionist
leaders will react to Mr. Eshkol's reguest. But
it seems that the salvation of the Zionist move-
Primary Day is May 8
Tuesday. May 8. is primary day for many
political races in the Greater Miami area.
It is the duty of Miami voters to determine
which candidates are seeking election in their
districts, to make their choices to the best of
their ability and then go to the polls and cast
their ballots.
Voting is not a privilegebut, as we said, a
duty. Certainly, there will be no penalties or
fines meted out to registered voters who do not
go to the polls on Tuesday. Nobody can "force"
a citizen to exercise his democratic responsi-
bility.
But failing to exercise that responsibility on
primary day may result in at least one and
possibly two unnecessary things. To begin
with, the smaller the vote, the smaller will be
the number of people involved in choosing this
area's officials. This is the eguivalent of minor-
ity government and is contrary to the spirit of
our democratic society.
But more important, everytime a voter fails to
take part in the election process, he is as good
as telling the enemies of freedom that democ-
racy doesn't really work and that men would
just as soon be ruled by others as to rule them-
selves. This is a sad commentary indeed at a
time when less fortunate peoples throughout
tha world look to us with hope in their eyes for
the day when they, too, will have the right to
self-determination.
ment can not lie in duplicating the programs of
Federation and Israel Bond drives.
Certainly, it is true that these latter groups
must intensify their activities successfully to
meet the current crisis. This is to ay that Fed-
eration and bond organizations must learn to
attract increasingly greater support from the
American Jewish community in Israel's behalf
because no fair-minded observer will say that
they cue completely meeting Israel's needs
-today.
But fhis is another issue entirely. In terms of
the immediate problem, the revivification of
Zionism can not lie in financial solicitation* It
has been the classic position of Zionism to t\\p-
port Federation and bond drives, through the
chanelling of Zionist manpower hAtheir befacfcl
The Eshkol plan can only serve to confuse
these facts and to diffuse the purposes of Fed-
eration and bond programs on tfiftf one hand
and the Zionist movement on the"other*. "'
Zionism, itself, is a philosophya Jewish
way of life. It is here where change to meet
Israel's changing needs must be uncovered
and nurtured.
During
inc wcck .. ,01
y LEO MINDLIN
fifejbyii
r
National Hospital Week
National Hospital Week will be observed
throughout the country beginning Sunday.
With an ever-increasing number of people
moving to South Florida and with the parallel
increase in industrial, commercial, residential
and educational facilities to meet their needs.
interest in our medical and hospital centers
grows in staggering proportion.
In general, South Florida is going through
what is probably the moet rapid expansion of
hospital facilities in the entire country, accord-
ing to Samuel Gertner, South Florida Hospital
Council president and executive director of Mt.
Sinai Hospital here.
For the doctors in Dade county and the sur-
rounding area, this means additional bed cap-
acity for both private and medically indigent
patients, the most modern in specialized med-
ical equipment and the most efficient auxiliary
facilities for the treatment of the acutely ill.
In this regard, Mt. Sinai Hospital is taking a
leading role amonq progressive medical insti-
tutions. Currently in the midst of a $4,000,000
expansion project, which will see the hospital
move into brand new facilities on Collins Island
adjacent to its present site, Mt. Sinai envisions
becoming one of the principal hospital-research
centers throughout the entire South.
Greater Miami is gratified to note that Mt.
Sinai is already well on its way toward achiev-
ing that goal.
A FEW MONTHS back. pteminsnt Jewish Mlmt ,
*+ attitude toward desegregation. With a siIZ? J
and an equally successful Southern drawl to mat! *'
stereotypes of white supremacy philosophy Th ** M*'*i
cially shocking because it took place during a li,nXPeriw,c**i
at the conclusion of an American Jewish Commit. W tei *!
I set to thinking about this incident JnT "****
similar occurrence some two years ago-laeain remin(le meetingin honor of the arrival here of Ed Uicm r*n ^
Southern Jew of long standing rosequite out nf U ,hil *
the dismay of the rostrumalso publicly to evil* r tDi
of the separate but equal doctrine. exPound on Uj,]
Now. for years. AJCommittee has been in the fnrf
against racial bigotry. Its publications, surveysand'of assist in keeping the Jewish and general communii. e*P0Ws M
the practices of the hatemonger. community on gu^
T therefore asked the attorney how he could ratinn.r .
on desegregation with his membership in Ale i, w .! i^L
here to discuss his disjointed defense. Nonetheless !*
Southern tradition, he is typical of many Jew, ,h, redtae;
try who are confronted by a seemingly insoluble (i,|P "" **|
This particular attorney, like many of his ,,n
default. Having identified with his /ewishness ESl 3
unrealistic to do otherw.se-the Jews of Germany taugrXniS
that it is useless to deny one's religion-he to', reXl? "*'
tarian organization an injustice..^ joining ilb ranks **'
But he performs an even greater disservic. itj, mam.
rtrft particular group Is predicated less on the ne.^fJ
than on the protection he believes may be derived fronv
"defense organization."
.....
THE DILEMMA OF CONFLICTING HERITAGE
QNCE A MEMBER, he finds no solace in the position on **
w taken by the American Jewish Committee and onlv nar^
Dense 1n AJC's traditionally strong stand against Cnmm'uniS
that was centrally important to the socio-economic status 33
who founded the organization a long time hack While r<3
may have been a burning issue as late as two years ago it taker!
seat to the segregation issue today and is. in his eves, onlvasak
question to the larger integration battle.
Certainly, he achieves no added safety or prestige in his i,
cation with an avowed anti-Communist organization; contrank .
sees it. he must bear the stigma of belonging to a Jewish gratai
publicly applauds the Supreme Court decision on separate but i
facilitiesapplause, of course, in which he does not join.
There is no alternative for him but to continue his Jewish id-
eationhowever be sees itwhile asserting his Southern servpiea.1
dilemma is all the more compounded when, perhaps for the urstji
he becomes the object of general community courtship. Hen
relationship with his non-Jewish neighbors was a tenuous oae .
from rejection of his application for country club membership to i_
acceptance in business matters or on occasional social functions.'
unlike Jews elsewhere, in the face of such social ostracism, tie]
born in the South presumably entertains socio moral notions
to his world.
In this sense, he share them with the general community; in] j
on this basis that the general community now turns to him for s
in the battle against integration. If. in belief of the principle..
swers the call, he alienates his Jewish identification, rejects the!
of numbers and forgets the lesson he felt he learned in the exp
of German Jewry. Jf. In order to perpetuate hi- Jewish identiL-
he rejects the call, he alienates Southern tradition and endangeni
that tenuous relationship with his non-Jewish neighbors on th"
hu survived and often flourished for many years
e e e e
DADE COUNTY IS NOT IMMUNE
HIS DILEMMA is becoming increasingly prevalent for Jews tW
out the South.whether they are members of civil libert
organizations like the American Jewish Committee or not. Memb
in such defense groups merely pricks the philosophic consckn
more sharplyhut the problem remains.
Those who believe that the prohlem does not exist in
woefully wrong. Thev assume that Miami is not th" South-that IT
polvdot of North. Northpast and Midwest, with all the character*
of "liberalism" to which thee areas are heir One ha only tocw
the tourist facilities of Miami Beach and the exclusive
palazzos of Coral Cables to recognize the harshly partisan. oriented voices thftt would be raised in an across-the-bcardMi
order. And one can be no more heartened so far as the ll"m**J
plications of the Supreme Court ruling are concernedthe mar
desegregation in the schools. Firm opposition in this retard has-
evidence here for some time.
A minority fringe group, the Dade Countv Property wrneruj
has been meeting regularly in the Greater Miami area durutfWj
few months. This organization is headed bv David Hawthorne.
who peddles Conde McGinley's anti-Semitic hate sheet, u
Sense." as the last word in fact. Anonymously. I attended one i
meetings some time agodropped several coins into a toliec" .
to avoid attracting attention when it was passed around, rne
incidentally, was held in Shenandoah hall, a recreational w^
the Southwest section supported by Dade county park fumu.
H
WHITE CITIZENS COUNCIL PHILOSOPHY HERE
AWTHORNE'S immediate concern was to prevent in ^
attemot bv Negroes to purchase homes in a white pan c'
Grove. BIoekbusters.,'he called these Negroes, whom at (
be agents of Communism. One Worldism. Mrs. F (hf
velt and Felix Frankfurteramong others. By imPll<'a,l0f-n,nn.
Supreme Court and advocates of desegregation becamj\ on tbt,
Also promised for a subsequent meeting was further li-w
tionprobably Jews. Zionism and the International z.^Jaj|J
STILL NOT tNCVGH TOR PERMANENT PEACE
a knowing eye forusj<| on his audience and a cop
raised on high.
Now. .someobserver* will attempt to mlninuxe uk _
David Hawthorne on the Miami scene. They will call u ^
ence to Felix Frankfurter, a Jew. as an agent of ( '" ^
implication that Justice Frankfurter virtually f,,rm1!^ n*
Court rJacaaaOtl on bis own. Nonetheless, it was "'' ,, n,yffl
succeeded in ousting the first Negro assistant state^atro -^
tory of Florida hv a series of maneuvers whose "'; (
to question This, clearly, will not du-turb Jewisii avw
supremacy, but another fact should: iooIe#B
Jewish apologlsta lot -usual" anti-Senutisni-^l'-"*^
>s of fear and-.who seek to take >n the pro
of anti-Segreaat.on Jurce* in the South by j<>"-
Confinued on Paf '3 A
the


May 4,
1956
* feaWcfc Fl*srS*3>
tt^
MflMN MflMUTTH
:kman Reveals
lorsements Here
. campaign of Judge George
ckman in his race for judge
Dade county small claims
Group 2. has received added
its this week, according to a
ent released to the press
jckman'< candidacy has received
Indorsement of Mayor Frank
JLc. of Florida City; Mayor
;. Harris, of Homestead:
Daniel I). Diefenbach. of
_ Miami Beach; Mayor Paul
t of South Miami; and Mayor
rte Pastorc of Sweetwater.
pveral other mayors have en-
me." .lackman said, "and
out talking me up but.
hold me. since their respective
1 charters prohibit them from
t"1 such endorsements public,
frifhholdin^ their names.
itir endorsements followed
fledge to them to hold court.:
trhedule hearings that will bf,
ent to all populated parts
lace (Mint),"
ckman. senior judge of the
npal court of North Miami
| has also been endorsed by
[Miami Beach Democratic club,
[supported indicated Wedne*-
is a member of the Masons,
htsof Pythias, Exchange club,
veteran organizations and
fetes,
Perlmutter to
Head ADL Here
Nathan Perlmutter. former na-
tional director of community
action for the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. has been
appointed director of the League's
Florida office, chairman George
Talianoff. of Miami Beach, an-
nounced Wednesday. Perlmutter
succeeds, the late Gilbert Balkin.
An authority on hate groups and
a well known commentator on so-
cial and political affairs. Perlmut-
ter's articles have appeared in
"Commentary," "National Jewish
Monthly," "Jewish Examiner" and
in numerous political journals.
He joined the League in 1949 as
civil rights director of its Rocky
Mountain states office. In 1952,
he directed its Michigan office and
two years later was chosen to di-
rect community action where he
chartered the League's counter-
action tactics against subversive
and anti-democratic forces.
Perlmutter studied at the School
of Diplomatic and Consular Prac-
tice of Georgetown University, Vil-
lanova College and received his
LLB degree from New York Uni-
versity. He is a member of the
New York Bar and a veteran of
World War II, during which he
served as an infantry officer wth
the United States Marines.
A resident of Montclair, N.J.,
Perlmutter and his wife, Ruth, and
their two children plan to settle
in the Miami area.
16 A
to Elect
JOSEPH A.
BOYD, Jr.
State
Representative
Group 2
Page 5 A
man Moot Court champion and rep-
resented the UM law school in the
national Moot Court competition.
In addition, he acted as chairman
of the school's annual breakfast.
Shevin is a member of the Law
Quarterly staff. As an under-
graduate at the University of Flor-
ida, he was a member of Florida
Blue Key honorary and was chosen
to the Florida Hall of Fame. \
Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron'Shevin, 1844 SW 13th st.,'
Miami.
Business Meet

101 SHIVIN
I
(Pd. !... Adv.)
Lever 44-A
Put the BEST MAN
BEHIND THE BADGE
elect
ROCKY
POMERAMCE
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 5
POMERANCE
"Ta* Friendly Police Officer You Remeanber at
Lincoln Road and Washington Arenue."
MOUSED BY HADING CITIZENS BECAUSE .
^fnauUhed UNBLEMISHED Record as Miami Beach
^caman-Doiocii^ 7 yean.
***** torf* War Vol.. I*nai B'rith. Elks. Jaycoes.
""C League, Temple Emanu-EL
ONLY CANDIDATE QUALIFIED BY TRAINING lor Law
"""cement Duties.
FuU Tbn* Attention to Full Time Job.
Pull Lever 44-A
' (Pd. Pol. AdV.)
Law School Junior
Heads Association
University of Miami law school
junior Bob Shevin has been elected
president of the Student Bar Assn.
Shevin is past president of Bar
and Gavel Legal Society, was fresh-
Have that
Ming,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
#
You'll find complete *.
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
I
far lnformlloni
Mr. Gtllman,
Catering oircior,
\ <
SSth St. Collins At.
JUDGE
Raymond G.
mm
for CIRCUIT COURT
Hardest working Judge in Dade County
Named Dade's Outstanding Official
Dedicated to Serving the People

Judfe Nathan ii a member of
Sholem Loone. '"* 'r";
member of the Executive Com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Committee; a member of the
Board of Directors of the Men's
Club of Tample Israel; an active
worker for civic wood and local
charities.
(Td. Pol. Adv.)


Page 6 A
+ L**i*Wr+Hk*n
___Friday
Nathan Says He's
Running on Record
Judge Raymond c. Nathan toM
Jewish Florid in Wednesday
the issues in the Dads county
lit cowl rare hoilcd rlnwn to
i v.n > rd I people's

Judge Nathan pointed ti> hhi
u senior Judge <>f the
i county small claims court.
iring which he heard nearly
23.000 cases involving more than
79.000 people
"These people were a perfect
section ol our population."
-.id Judge Nathan, who has been
Mi imian since the a%e of throe.
There were laborers and busi-
nessmen, housewives and carpen-
rich and poor. From my con-
tad with all those types of people.
1 believe I have sained a deep un-
Itanding of the problems that
ei nfronl ui all "
"The \oter- studied my record
two yean ago, and then returned
I e to the bench with the hi^luM
ite given any Dade county candi-
. Ite lor any office Judge Nathan
Spero Reelected
For Third Term
Ralph Spero, dJM Rovnl 1'ilm
ave .. has been unanimously re-
elected president for th< third
term of Temple Beth Sholom.
Fleeted with Spero are Harry A.
fitfWTWTy. Worry \Trim*.. jt>hn
Serbin and Charles Silvers, via
presidents; Benjamin Kimer. tr.-.i-
urer; Davtd Pollock, financial -<<-
retary; and Alexander Kubin. 'ii-
eral secretary
Elected to the board of directors
for a throe year term are Irving B.
Kaplan, Morris Alpert, .lames M.
it. Harry Blumin, Jacob r.
Fishman, Joseph L Arkin, IrvinsJ
Rothman. Sidne> D An-in. Ralph
Lachman and Isidore Hunt.
TWO-year board member i- Zach-
trj f Bailey. Harrj Miller and
Tom Kravitz are one-year incm-
bers.
JUdge Ken no! h Ok served as
chairman of the nominating com
mittee wheh suhmlttnl the slate to
Hi,, congrt 11.hi Apr 20 In his
absence from the city. Dr. Me\er
ilz presented the report.
Rabbi Leon Kronen is Jpiritual
|i .: ler of the onuregation. which
this year is observing its 13th year
tot iaion
Vows to Abolish
Milk Commission
Otis W. Shiver introduced Joe
(Eaton al a mooting in the Miami
Heath area tin- week "as a man of
his work and one who can be trust
ed to carry out a progressive and
forceful program in the senate for
the benefit of all of Dade county "
Shiver said he "is convinced that
Eaton will lead Ljie fight in the
senate to abolish ,th{2 MiU Commis-
sion."
Eaton, candidate for the state
senate seat being vacated by R. B.
Gautier. Jr.. stated that he would
work toward the lowering of the
interest rates of small loan com-
panies. Floridas small loan com-
panies have the highest mtON i
rates of any state in the nation
Faton, former circuit court
judge, pledged that he will fight
for fair tax distribution and fair
reapportionment in keeping With
Dade county's growth. Eaton said:
"One of the evils in our stall gov-
ernment which I will try to correct
by a constitutional amendment is
the secret session in our senate,
whereby one member of the senate
can rise on the floor and ask for
an executive session, which auto-
matically bars both the public and
the press."
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DISTRICT 2
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DISTRICT TWO
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Mar4-
1956
"JtwisMurkitor)
jined Appeal Reveals New Total;
;ampaign Officials Eye Closing Date
reporting
l50 volunteers.
meeting m the Ai-
iM Sunday, chalked up a
nb.ned Jewish Appeal
Kl,452 600
1 aino the announcement
^Sam ... Hciman "that
record(
g campaign a" announcement by Carl Susskind.
^r/a" volunteers unani- chairman
aer(,r(| to continue) to can-
prospect i in all
the next two
pislandini!
within
that
been
hone to com-
mid-Mav and
over 40 divi-
by the
up to this
the State
Pledge cards totalling $150,000
were assigned to the overflow
crowd of workers gathered in the
to- j Kismet room Of the Algiers hotel.
Reports are expected on these u
signments by the middle ..I \\,,\
Among outstanding reports ren-
;,|| time record | dered at the Sunday breakfast wai
mZlA r.uinff camoain an announcei
of the Produce Division,
their quota of SI 1.000 had
exceeded by gifts totalling
$13,600.
Leo Eisenstein. co-chairman with
Jack Cantor of the Real Estate Di-
vision, announced his unit had
raised $68,312, easily exceeding
this year's quota. Only 58 pros
poets remair. to be covered in this
division. Banks and Investments
quota of $68,000 was topped easily
with gifts totalling $75,073.
One of, the most remarkable to-
tals reported in the area campaign*
were provided by West Miami and
Flagler-Oranada groups. West Mia
mi raised $1,247 against their quo-
ta of $377. and Flaeler-Granada
announced $3,700 raised over their
quota of $1,823.
At Miami Beach, six community
,H campaigns reported they had "gone
over the top" for a total of $289
183. Jack Carner is coordinator of'
the Miami Beach area campaign.
Newest community to get under
way is the North Miami unit head-
ed by Morton Jacobs. He announced
a community rally in celebration
of Israel's eighth anniversary to be
held on Wednesday, May 9, at the
North Dade Jewish Center.
Meanwhile, in Coral Gables, re-
assignment of prospect cards took
I place at the patio party in the
School Principal Will hm Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A.
Raskin, -where some 50 workers
gathered Saturday night. Heading
the corps of volunteers in this
area with the Baskins are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Winokur. Mr. and Mrs. David
Jacohson, Dr. and Mrs. David
Kirsh and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gold-
man.
jign officials
drive by
^flotations in
May 31
|K total i
-d Jewish Appeal
|js in 194S. when
e| achieved its independ-
Greatcr Miami contrib-
b,485,0O0. setting a mark
Ijtood until this year.
'Pledges His Service
ipoign Gathering Here
1500 persons attended a
party held in honor of
IfernHI. candidate for
Ithe Peace in the Fifth Dis-
(it Joey Carr's starlight
I in the Arlington hotel Sun-
(jrnoon.
|tll pledged "my every ef-
I energy to make the office ^
lice of the Peace one that
pitnity could be proud of"
ed "my willingness to
people at all times and
Mir."
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It will be the first such meetingOOO shares of common stock by the
since the company became publiclyFord Foundation on January 17.
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was announced this week. Ad-
elman will direct the Commit-
tee's operations, including its
current campaign to raise $500,-
000 for the expansion of Boys
Town Jerusalem, where gifted
teenage Israeli boys receive
free academic, religious and
vocational education.
REV. WM. W. LIPSON
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Telephone 9-6308
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NATHAN ANDERSON
MILLER
SUPfRINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT)
Teacher Dean
Principal
Businessman
---WRaH Youth Leader
7J OWtt Candidate who has nod teaching and
"'i*istrat'nre experience in the Dade County
School System
*LL LEVER 21 B
Pol loV.)
COLLINS
GOVERNOR
RE-ELECT
GOVERNOR
LEROY COLLINS
Vote May 8-Pull Lever 6A
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9-JewlstncrkUar
.
;;i
Schwartz Named
To Sixth Term
Isidore Schwartz will bo installed
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Free Loan Assn. at a din-
ner banquet Sunday evening in
Beth El Congregation.
Other officers to be installed are
Joel Zalis, first vice president:
Mrs. Julanda Bernstein, second
vice president; Morris Eckhouse,
third vice president; Harry Gold-
berg, treasurer; Mrs. Morris Eck-
house. financial secretary: Mrs.
Zelda Koontz, recording secretary;
and Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding
secretary.
Board members are Mrs. Abra-
ham Barkan, Mrs. Anna Block, I.
Fendell, Mrs. Mary Hirschhorn,
Mrs Gertrude Indgin. Hyman Kam.
R. Kreiger, Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz.
Sam Siegel, Meyer Redlick. Louis
Weintraub, S. Collins and S. Her-;
man.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi |
ISIDOKl SCHWAITZ
Mav 4 and 5.
Although his itinerary has not
Morns Skop, of Coral Cables Jew.>vp, het.n completed. Gov Collins is
jsh Center. Rabbi Simon April, of expectP(1 to makc speeches in Wu
Miami Hebrew School and Congre- |cah Mjami Springs, South Miami,
gallon, will deliver the invocation.: Cor,, Gables and Miami Beach.
Musical program will include | The Governor will make two
Cantor Berele Kelemer and Young i statf..wjde television broadcasts
Judaeans in a group of Israeli frm Miamj He will appear on
songs. Sidney H. Palmer is master
of ceremonies.
Collins Due for
TV Stint Here
WGBS-TV Friday night. May 4, t
10:30 pm. and will make a video
address over WTVJ, Saturday
night, May 5, at 7:30 pm. Both are
30-minute programs.
In recent talks to Florida voters,
Gov. Collins has stated repeatedly
Gov LeRoy Collins will wind up that he favors the customs and tra-
hii campaign for reelection in ditions of .the South and will UM
Dade county this week when he all lawful power of the Governors
returns here lor a two-day visit office to maintain segregation.
Yarborough Will
Attend Assn. Meei
Jess Yarborough, who is running j
for reelection as a county commis-
sioner, has taken time out from his
campaign to attend a meeting of
I the National Home Builders Assn.
in Washington, D.C.
Yarborough is attending the
committee on community facilities
meeting to discuss the problems
of building where land is too low
for the installation of septic tanks.
"The need for and the method
of paying for the installation of
sewers and water in these areas
will be discussed." said the county
commissioner who is seeking re-
election on May 8 in the primaries.
Yarborough is vice chairman of
the Dade county commission and
w.is recently elected president of
the State Assn. of County Commis-
sioners.
"Since I have been in office the
Miami International Airport has
been developed as the hub of the
transport at ion world. Tile parks
program of the county is now sec-
ond to none in the United States,"
Yarborough said.
"The children's zoo. four mari-
nas and the Dade County Art Mu-
seum at Vizcaya have opened since
Yarborough went into office," his
supporters indicated Wednesday.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .
NAME I luu
NOTifK IS IIKKKHY (1IVEN that
II,.- iimli-i kIbjmmI. ilealrrna; In iiikhki- in
iiuxliirNM under thr fl.tltl.nin name of
RIJSABKTH HA IK HTTUKT, hi 10
Collins Avonuf, Miami Ii*a mi--nib. to rrn\m*r wild name with the
Clark of thr Circuit Court of IuuV
County, Hoilrta.
KI.IZAHKTH ROKK
KMVNBR MANSHBMCR
Attorneys for Kllzabcth Rose
5/4-11-IS-M
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For
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Better School
ELECT
DR. S. G. SCHNEIDER
Lever 37 B
For School Board
IM. Pn|. Ad
Elect
C. RAYMOND
RAY VAN
DUSEN
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
411 Dade County Voters
Con Puff lover 30 B
PROVING GROUND ACTIVITIES
President South Miami City Council, two yeara.
Member. Dade County Board of Publis Inatruction, six yeara; 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
Staff Member. University of Miami, since 194$.
Veteran. World War II. U.S. Army Raaerva, 22 years.
L'eutenant Colonel. U S.A.R. (retired).
Former instructor U.S. Army Reserve School, Miami.
Member, Third Army Advisory Board; American Legion, Harvey
Seeds Post.
Member. Dade County Crime Commission.
Board Member. Dade County Board of Health.
Board Member. Cnpplad Children* Association, Multiple Sclerosis
Society. Miami Hearing Society.
Age 47, married, one daughter, Susan Van Dunn.
PLATFORM
In keeping with tha 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
Further development of Medical School.
Cooperation with medical authorities in the development of a great
medical center.
Improve relations with Latin American nations.
Development of farming areas in Dadethe richest in Florida.
Promotion of recreation centera and activitiea which develop youth
and curb Juvenile delinquency
Forward-looking plane and coning policies in keeping with growth
pattern.
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4
Of
Your Vote Appreciated May f"
Davis Reveals His
Campaign Platform
Johnson E. (Johnny) Davis,
[young attorney and civic leader,
this week announced hi* platform
1 as a candidate for the State Legis-
lature. Group One. in the May 8
election.
Davis said his plan calls for the
creation of a Miami Dade county
roads authority which would act in
an advisory and cooperative man-
|ner with the state, county and mu-
nicipal governments in the im-
provement of the present road situ-
ation.
"I will propose legislation which
would allow this body to sell road
bonds pledging a three cent per
gallon secondary gas tax fund on
their repayment. This means the
necessary roads, freeways and ex-
pressways could be built to han-
dle the heavy flow of traffic of to-
day and would alleviate the con-
gested areas that now exist."
Through this method, Davis
pointed out, there would be no
need for an increase or additional
taxes.
He further urges "the need for
a uniform state tax commission,
constitutional revision, re-appor-
tionment and a lieutenant gover-
norship. Our parks system and bay
bottoms should not be opened to
exploitation by commercial devel-
opers,"
Elect
LOUIS
Vernel
for
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
5th DISTRICT
PULL LEVER NO. 401
About LOUIS VtRNlll and the Sth District
* Experienced City Prosecutor... in the 5m
* Long Standing Resident......in the 5th
* Well Established Attorney--------in the 5th
* Property Owner..........in the 5th
-MKMBER Miami leach Chamber of ClMl l
Knights ef Pythi.*; "14" Club, Florida Bar AtMCtt-
tiM> MoMsfJ SeWCk lew Allegation; Ne left
faiilen, Honorary Legal Fraternity.
-Cr-efeeH 4 U-iver.iry of Miami with 11 A.
f/ect VffftVfU your 5ffc District Justice of tfcei
PULL LEVER 40B
Your Vote Appreciated May
(Pd. !' 1 Adr.|
1 VOTE
MARVIN M. "Red"
Christmas
Constable
. DISTRICT 1
PULL LEVER 43 A
Courtesy Efficiency
Pd. Pol. Adv.)
PULL LEVER 35-A
JUDGE GEORGE L
JACKMAN
FOR SMALL CLAIMS COURT
(Group 2)
10 TEH REASONS WHY 10
1
1.
2.
Senior Judge of the Municipal Court of North Miami Beach.
Member Florida Municipal Judges Ass'n; Dude County League
Municipal Judges.
Former Associate-Professor business and insurance law.
Practicing in Florida, Federal and New York Courts.
Legal adviser for civic organizations.
Former criminal investigator U.S. Treasury Dept. (racket bustinfr.
Service in South Pacific and Japan, World War II.
-. Married, four children.
9. Years of community service through Junior Chamber of Comnerci,
Masons, Knights of Pythias, veterans' organizations and other erne
groups.
10. Experience as ^estffTtoc-lav*7er-|^ sp^ JWTKE W AIL
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
(IM Pol. Adv.)


4. 1956
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. a, installation banquet of Beth David
leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
are Stanley C. Myers, president
^r Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi
[joplan. Baltimore spiritual leader and
Greetings were extended by Mrs. | Mayer Abramowitz, for the South
Max Handshu, Mrs. Isidof Bakst,' Florida sub-region, United Syna-
Max Jacobson, Charles Kamen and jsogue of America, and Rabbi
Nathan Siden, in behalf of Beth|Kogen in behalf of the Jewish
David affiliates, as well as Rabbi'Theological Seminary.
i
y
guest speaker; Mrs. Harry Gordon, chair-
man of the affair; Rabbi David Kogen, direc-
tor of community relations, United Syna-
gogue of America; Rabbi Rosenberg; and
Herbert Scher, Beth David president.
on Hand for
Installation
\ 1.000 fUtWM witnessed.
Ill installation of Rabbi
J. Rosenberg as spiritual
[ Beth David Congregation
i service Sunday.
feature <>f the service
essional in which rabbis
jitith the Fabbinical Assn.
tier Miami participated.
MJie procession were Rab-
April. Mi-imi Hebrew
Congregation: Jonah
fKneseth Israel; B. Leon
Zamora Jewish .Center;
nijh. Temple Beth Sho-
I.ercr, Congregation
Park; Samuel Lerer
lolem. Hollywood; Morton
Malavsky, Israelite Center; Henry
Okolica, North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter; Morris Skop. Coral Gables
Jewish Center; and Alfred Wax-
man. Temple Zion.
Also participating in the proces-
sional were Louis Heiman, Harry
Simons, Sidney Lefeourt, Max Ja-
cobson, Bernard A. Sterling, Jacob
Sher, Nathan Alexander, Albert
Quadow, Dr. Louis L. Kaplan and
Herbert E. Scher, president, Beth
David.
Installing officer was Rabbi
Diivid C. Kogen, national director
of community relations, United
Synagogue of America.
Dinner dance at the Waldman's
Crown hotel followed the service,
where nearly 400 persons heard
] Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, executive di-
rector of the Board of Jewish Edu-
cation. Baltimore. Md and Dean
of the Baltimore Hebrew College
! and Teachers Training School, as
I guest speaker.
Experience Has \n Substitute
Urges End to
Squandering'
M. Noel, candidate for
Bty school superintendent
8 primary, this week
[think you will agree a
I mind should be in com-
l educator is not enough.
of the taxpayers have
ndered. We can operate
larger school system on
rwe are expending today.
i save on transportation,
we on unnecessary assist-
rintendents and super-
(fan save by having a uni-
more or less, for the
I of new schools and parti-
ifeterias."
[whose real estate office is
1st. and Biscayne blvd., is
ling "not only on a plat-
lining the taxpayers mon-
|I im also attacking the
in current practice."
*
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Abe Aronovitz Will
Install North Dade
Center Officers
Former Miami Mayor Abe Aron
ovtz will be m;iin speaker at the
annual installation of officer! of
the North Dade Jewish Center
Sunday evening, May 6. at the
(enter. Officers of the auxiliary
motions of the ("enter will
also be installed.
Arnold J. Stern will take office
as president. Others are J. Morton
Jacobs, vice president; Charles
Weissman. treasurer; and Ralph
Gordon, financial secretary.
Mrs. Max Rudolf will be in
stalled as president of the Sister
hood for her second term, others
are the Me.sdames Julius Bulstein.
first vice president: Morris Koenig,
second vice president; Milford
Schiller financial secretary: An-
drew Schwartz, treasurer; Ralph
Robin, recording secretary: and
Alfred Preston, corresponding sec-
retary.
Men's club will install Andrew
F. Schwartz la president; Reuben
Grant, vice president; Melvm
Shrago, recording secretary; Harry
Ktssinan. treasurer: and Alfred
Preston, corresponding secretary
PTA "ill install Mrs. Harold
Shopmaker as president for her
second term, with Mrs. Arnold J.
Stern. Mrs Murray Summers and
Mis Milton Heresh M vice presi-'
dents; Mrs, Samuel Bloom, treas-
urer; Mrs. Harry Friedman, record-
ing secretary; and Mrs. Fred Blau.
corresponding secretary.
The invocation will be given by
Rabbi Henry Okolica.
MacVicar Cites
Role in Hospital
I. D. MacVicar. candidate for
reelection to the county commis-
sion, said Wednesday he has
strongly supported the expansion
and improvement of Jackson Mem-
orial Hospital.
Commissioner MacVicar. using
his reconl as his platform, stated
that the hospital had a total her)
capacity of 569 beds when the
county accepted the responsibility
of the hospital from the City of;
Miami in 1947. "Today the hospital
has been improved and expanded
to a total of 930 beds.' he laid
The records show," MacVicar
said, "that some 98,000 hospital
and clinic patients were being
treated when the county took over'
tlw hospital. Last \ear the number
of patients treated had increased
to over 181.000"
MacVicar also said that he play
ed "a substantial role in the found-
ing of Florida's first medical
school at the University of Miami.
"The medical school is an in-
valuable asset to Dade county and
the University of Miami." he said,
"and future Florida doctors will
r.ow graduate from a Florida uni-
versity
I I'.I I'..I Al\ I
ReElvet
BUK
[mill
ATTORNEY GENERAL
IM Pol. Adv.)
Mason to Support
New Zoning Plans
Edwin Lee 'Ed'" Mason this week
called for "a coordinated, forward-
thinkiri'4 program" to eliminate
haphazard zoning in Dade county
Mason is running for county com-
t 2.
; ire to he good com-
111<>t i plan sbead whether
in irafl i.......i or other matters,
Masoa said. "Certainly if our city
-nment had paid any attention
to the stories about the growth of
Dade county over the last two cades, we wouldn't now he in this
deplorable traffic mess, to cite one
example "
Dade's biggest growth period is
still ahead. Mason believes, and he
cited "such sources as widely re-
spected research organizations like
those of the University of Miami
to prove my point.
If we don't get some modern
, thinking into our zoning plans now,
we may lind in a feu years that
we re too late. Mason warned at
a rally.
A "sensible and coordinated zon-
ing program." Mason declared,
will safeguard the thousands sj
homeowners who have invested
the greatest part of their life sav-
ings in th(*ir hom<
Bellar Running
In District Two
Walter Bellar is a candidate for
constable in the District 2 May 8
race.
Bellar has worked with the U.S.
Marshal's office, was a traveling
guard end a special police officer
at the dog track here.
A Dade county resident for the
past 14 years, he owns his home at
5175 SW 6th st.
He is a member of Harvey Seeds
Post. American Legion. Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans, Masons and Shrine
He was a Navy chief in the shore
'patrol during World War II.
CABANAS FOR l
'375
Aec.m.d.t., 4 f*
Unvote Brmla, I^T
HOTIl root day
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phone JE 8-57^1
APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR COLLINS
.......
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WEU-
AZONOVnz
regards
CIRCUIT
JUDGE
ANDERSON
Corr McCarthy Pbcston Sriti 4 Gillclano

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April 11, !
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Hon. iba krenorlta
So/bold Sul'.dUg
Miaul, '.orIda
Cmt Ibai
As you bm, wf faraar partnar, nobart W. kn'araon, ra-ar,*'T una
(.points Clrault Coart JW|, of bada County by Cuhwm Co! 11ns,
US 1 nov oaadldata for ru-laction an May 1th, 1916.
I undursUnd your doetor has fartt Man you Xc angaga I" polltl-t
ar.1 to andorsa eandidatas for offlca, ana I ratpact /our haalth
graatly and would not want you to fo contrary to hit adaica by
andoralnt Judga Andarson as Circuit Coart Judga. Howasar, yaa
aad I wara aaaaalatad In tna law praatlra la l *il<* yea will raeall was taa flrut tlaa you bagan your practlaa
hara. I laaraad to haa rataact for /our rlavs, which has not
aalvarad through tna yaara.
I Introduead yaa to nobart I. Andarson and yaa hara known hla far
aora than thirty yaara, and hara practlead with hla and against
hla, and, aa such hara foraad through tna yaan opinion, of hla
paraonall/ aad of hla capabllltlaa for tho offlr. of Clrault Judga.
1 know your rlawa about whathar ha la aaaliriad total rood
Circuit Jadga win ba halpful to thousand! of raeant aotara, aha
aparaelata and raraact your rlawa, aa I, but who aa/ nat kaow hob
Andaraoa aaraanally. I know that you ara lntaraatad la kaaaing
aur Circuit Court ranch flllad with oaaabla and oaallflad aaa.
Caald /aa, without traapaialnf upon year dactor'a adrlaa, aad with-
out Jaopardltlng yaur haalth ia any way, wrlu aa a fcrlaf 'attar
aattuaj forth /oar rlawa of whathar you thlak that Jadga Dakar* M.
hnlaraaa haa tha aaallfloatraaa for a Circuit Judga, and liithai
ha ahauld ba kamUtaa u coatlaaa aach Circuit Caart Jadgat
'/
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letter

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ANDERSON
CIRCUIT JUDGE
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I 4, 1956.

***'*> nnrMfrui
Entered
Ktice Before
ipreme Court
Ma'-ii
Kn,-'l.ir>'I',r'
Jtim fr ius.,i,ce of
i,he fifth d'strirt was
I |Vt week by ceromo-
-Jjnrtander into Prar-
thc Supreme Court of
| Stall'"
i, lawyer for 14 years
L cperial assistant attor-
jl of Florida, was adnut-
L^jre in ceremonies pr-
Uucted by Simon E. So-
Licit>>r General
of the
_eloff formerly served
Isatf* attorney for Mary-
Lfjts he en a frequent
mi Beach as a speaker
Organizational affairs.
Ba> been a member of
bureau of Israel
I yea i -
campaign headquar-
Vishington ave. and
rd..'were opened by
|n. campaign manager.
j f)r Leo Grossman,
Bi pediatrician, as cam-
spoke to the Miami
hist club last week on
$ special assistant at-
ral.
tries of meetings
|a every section of the
lor Englander, will
PJk intensive campaign
Miami rV-ach will
(if Sunday night's ra'lv
has been set for
Bfah: at 8305 Crespi
0d campaign treasurer
an said hundreds of
. Surf side, North Bav
Bay Harbor Islands
leligious leaders have
ppport to Knglander, a
nt of the Miami Beach
tr of Commerce."
500 persons attended
ttand rally at the home
W. North Bay Village
Miami Beach civic
hammered away "at
of attorneys holding
[the Peace court in pri-
$Jf;ces" riuring several
(ranees. He renewed his
^relocate the eourt in a
location and to hold
board sea) for District. 5 whose big-
Rest area is Miami Beach. He la
Himself a graduate of District 5
m hools and ,s the only parent in
"> race. He has two children
"I am running for the school
board," he said this week, "because
Miami Beach hasn't got adequate
nor complete.) sincere representa-
tion. District 5 cries for proonr
representation by a parent who
thoroughly knows school problems
and wants to help children."
Kamp in School
Board Campaign
Henry A. Kamp is a candidate
in the May Democratic prlnarret
for the office of Dade county
-, M boo) board member. District 5.
jcnco! Board Meeds a* *** wj
sity of Miami law school, and is
now a practicing Dade county at-
torney.
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QUALIFIED TEACHERS Beautiful 4 Room Cottages.
NURSERY and KINDERGARTEN wanted. FUHI. $500 SEASON OR SELL
for half-doy session to Tart in S.p REAS0NABLE. Ferndale, N.Y.
tember. Jewish background essential.
Mrs. C, Box 2973, Miami 18
Aired by Schneider
School Board candidate Dr. S. G.'
Schneider, optometrist crusading
for better children's vision in the
public schools and noted for 20
years of Scoutmaster work, this
week implored voting parents to
heed these school needs:
Good bus transportation:
thoughtful planning for school
sites; immediate repair of out-
moded sanitation; increased class-
es for Dade county's exceptional
children; and immediate end to
corporal punishment.
Dr. Schneider seeks the school
ilviilvvt
men
ATTORNEY GENERAL
i Pd. Pol, Adv i
B L B C T
I. Ray Mills
Constable
District No. 3
RESIDENT Of DISTRICT FOR 30 YEARS
SOUTH OF S.W. 8th STREET TO
HOWARD DRIVE
An Experienced Man for
a Alan's Job
SERVED IN DAM COUNTY AND DtSTtlCT THREE FOR M YEARS,
LTwt "ej-seMNUtl ,H NMUiC SERVICE AND IAW ENFORCEMENT.
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Depatv Sheriff, Dade Coanty Sheriffs Department.
Carol Cables PoKce Department.
Florida State Attorney's Investigator.
Florida State Beverage Department Investigator.
Special Afoot Coonty Prosetator's Office.
First Member Dade Coanty Criminal Bureau of Investigation.
ELECT RAY OS MAY 8th
Pall Lever 42 B
(Pd. PoL Adv.)
OR TEN BIG YEARS
GEORGE S.
OKELL
HAS SUCCESSFULLY THROWN HIS WEIGHT
INTO FLORIDA'S PUSH FOR PROGRESS
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I PULL LEVER 13 A TO ELECT
GEORGE S. OKELL
YOUR
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tt*%U*fh>rk1**r
Top Local Leaders
Honor Judge Segall
More than 100 business and pro-
lonal men honored Jinluc
Sidney L. Segall. .Indue of the Dade
county small claims court, this
week at a luncheon" in downtown
Miami.
Judge Segall. a candidate to re-
main on the bench to which he
was appointed last Ausust hv ('.<>v
Leroy Collins, was landed "for
maintaining his court calendar de-
spite his busy campaign schedule."
Judge Segall. who set a record
for the number of CUM he has
fondled since his appointment,
has bettred his own record by
handling 3.300 cases since Septem-
ber, the largest number of cases
handled i nso short a time.
The judge has reduced the court
(.<] ndar so that now case* can be
beani in less than six weeks, "m
i > 1 to take six months
Judge Segall is running on hi--
record as a judge and his qualifi-
cations based on more than 22
years of experience as a lawyer
and former assistant attorney gen-
eral of Florida and U.S. Depart-
ment of Justice attorney for more
ihan three years under a service
appointment by the U.S. attorney
l.. neral.
l?
JUDGl SIDNIY SIGALL
Secrecy to Stop,
Chuck Hall Says
Charles (Chuck) Hall. Miami
i n'h candidate for county com-
i~-.ion. intensified his county-
wide campaign this etk with
opening of three more area head-
quarters.
Hall appointed Bruce Dodd Cam-
i director for the Hialeah Mi
ami Spring* area, tin. IVin
'Reeves campaign tftreetof for Co-
conut Grove and Coral Gables, and
('apt John Faulkner campaign di-
rector for the Redland district and
Homestead.
In a series of speeches in Miami
Beach, Hall continued to hammer
at the county commission's "policy
of making decisions in secret
meetings."
"When I am on the commission
I will open the doors and let the
public see how their elected offi-
cials are conducting county bus-
iness." Hall said.
"When we stop these secret
meetings there will be no chance
for hidden deals and favoritism."
Orr Says He's
Running on 'Merit
State Rep John r). Orr Jr.. candi-
date for reelection to the State
Hmisc ot Keprcsontatives. Group 2,
this week reemphasired his cam-
paign platform for returning to the
legislature.
The 37-vear-old legislator has
launched, he said, "an affirmative
and aggressive campaign, based on
my record in the past session of the
legislature, and my program for
the next session.
"I am running on my merits,
background and experience." Orr
declared
Heading bis platform. Orr pledg-
es his continued fight for fair re-
apportionment Other points in his
program include revision of the
state constitution.
August bros h> ;
Is the BEST?
it's cold inside
I


FUR STORAGE
CALL 82-1611
A bonded messenger will
call for your furs promptly .
IMOOIIINO RISTHINO RfrAIKINO CUANINO
**" m
'<& *
TROY HAIGLER
mu you
KNOW THAT
* TROY HAIGLER has bnn fighting for th
Taxpayers u EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of
the DAOE COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASSO-
CIATION.
* TROY HAIGLER can seve the Dado County
t.xoay.r. $10^00^00.00 by kWd^fing un-
used surplus funds.
* TROY HAIGLER has spont twelve years of acfivo reeeerch in
Dado County government.
* TROY HAIGLER it the best qualified for this raco.
* TROY HAIGLER is truly the "taKpoyoV. man."
VOTE TROY HAIGLER
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
PULL LEVER 24-A
(Pri. Pol. Artv.l
Anderson Winds
Up Campaign
Circuit Judge Robert H. Ander-
son this week winds up his cam-
paign to be returned to the office
he accepted by appointment from
Gov. LeRoy Collins.
fn an intensive drive throughout
the county. Judge Anderson stress-
ed his "manv years of legal experi-
ence, and the need for mature
judgment in a circuit judge."
Murray Sams, Jr., campaign
manager for Judge Anderson, said
the fact that "all three Dade coun-
ty daily newspapers and a number
of weekly papers had endorsed
Judge Anderson shows that in-
formed editors recognize the quali-
ties of the incumbent circuit
judge."
Oxford Student :
Gets Emblem
Herbert Asch. whose home is in
Lorain. O., but who spends his win-
ters in Miami Beach and as a stu-
dent at Oxford School. 1204
West ave.. received notice this
wek that he successfully passed
the Red Cross hfe saving course.
Herbert was awarded the official
senior emblem wheh qualifies him
to assist life guards and also to
help teach youngsters in rules and
regulations of water safety.
Herbert took his course during
the winter months while, a student
at Oxford School under the guid-|
ance of school swiming coach John
I-op. famous as specialist in water
ballet, dlviflf and Olympic swim-
ming.
Lm will cntinuo theso courses
throughout the rest of the school
year ind also during the summer
camping season at Oxford.
Danziger Seeks
Constable's Post
Marrv Danziger. 5720 Alton rd..
is seeking the constable post in
District 5.
Danziger. a Beach resident far
the past 27 years and with the city
the past 15 years, feels that
"through my many years experi-
ence on the Beach I am qualified
to serve."
Danziger is a Dade county spe-
cial deputy sheriff. Miami Beach
special police officer, member of
the National Sheriffs Asnn.. Flori.
da Police Officers A*sn., a Mason;
Elk. American Legion and a mem-
ber of Miami Beach Benevolent
Assn.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT,C N^rLAWCT,T,Ut
i%eVa&rVV5rM*- nrU" ,h"
MAI.IKN ASHTK'IATKH INC
*<*< Lincoln Road
M turn I Brarh. Florida
HsQRjiJTl_
HOU
DINING lOOM
Open for finest food in .k. ,.
manner continental Mry, *,'<,*,
motphrt "*'"1S
..s!!"" C4TWD *"*
H* MOWS OP TO ,000 KOfU
DIETARY LAWS D
OBSERVEDWS PnVr;ri%
0M THf OCCAM AT
ll JTBEn
**H
WHY
ACCB
LESI
Miami Beach deserves the"
Constable!... Miami Beachl
BEST Constable!... Here's
Constable Tobin's record of act
plishments!
TOWN
TOftlN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
T0BIN
exposed fake identification racketr
teen-agers into saloons,
vigorously prosecuted bar owners
minors.
conducted educational campaign of
distributed leaflets to school children
juvenile delinquency,
vigorously prosecuted gamblers and phi
lators involving juveniles,
organized full time constable service,;
day 7 days a week,
waived his constable fees for worth;
suing for wages.
graduated from the Miami Police Aci
inaugurated service of process of Ciraj*
and Civil Court in addition to Small Cli'
ESTABLISHED $4/000 fixed Constable seh
eliminated evils of fee system,
is endorsed by the Democratic Clu
Beach.
is endorsed by Communications We
America.
is Past President of B'nai B'rith; Post I
Young Democrats; Past President
North Shore Jewish Center; Past
Commander Jewish War VeJtraW
Chairman of Boy Scouts of Miami Be*!
of lib, Civil league and m
ffi-tlKT CONSTABLE
LEONAR
TOBIN
TMAIXKB FOR THf*
LEVER 43-B


jtf HK... IS I SEE IT
Continued #rem reg 4 A
.hat an increasingly prevalent attitude of bigots in this
js to combine hatred of Negroes with" hatred of Jews.
Fusions of racb hatred
iWTHORNE, demonstrating a Faustian sense for playing
iMjnst blind allegiance to untenable ideals, boasted of his
*tn Miami Jews in the anti-Negro issue. Hawthorne aside.
'.oroblem of integration in Miami is as explosive a question
! ,n the South. Miami may as yet have no White Citizens
Ft it has other matters with which to contend.
L m Brady's booklet. "Black Monday." which is largely
Led by White Citizens Councils and which concerns itself
kh the Supreme Court decision, also vituperates: "It is
[that attention should be called to the alarming increase of
jn the ranks of Communist-front organizations of this
a|] the nations which have ever been on this earth, the
i of America has been the kindest to the Jew. Shylocks'
_.jn our literature. From the Jewish race there should
Rosenbergs, Greenglasses or A'lger Hisses."
rtedApr 18. I have an anonymous letter on my desk, which
nry t
>menon rather remarkable for_ its refusal^to^come
[sociological possibility. "We don't want you jfids in Japan
|t want you Yids in the United States," the letter informs me.
fvmi have a country of your own why don't you go to Israel?
are a superior and patriotic race. We can't have any
anak-Je** iFagans, Shylocks, Rosenbergs) in our midst. "
elieve-the similarity here is accidentalthe reference to
land "Rosenbergs." No. White Citizens Councils may not
lumi, but their philosophy is. And those Jews who find
omiortablc are digging their own gravesas well as the
Irs cNewhere across the nation.
-Jfml&nrrlr**,,
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 13 A
CERTiriCATE OP CORPORATE
IN tub O'MOLUTION
THolw^r*,"0 "V TH* AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
Tn ... FLORIDA
r..>i> mia Ii.i, CpME. UREETINOrf'
m i 5i"rS jk?*? *pm"iS5:
v s\ \ ^v w'; f'-,""i'A. PHii,ip
II. In,- .' i>,-li h'':a''" ''''It
.';I,I"".I'KI'' MIAMI BEACH.
* I. i- d"" "" ,1,e '"> '> Of July
& provWom of Chapter MM,
Hut? .r 1' '. ."""" '""n>. '" tka
r. ,iI'"1:-".phs v' Sl"h.........'I"" S3
I ,,-',lh ;,;,y, "f Apr* A D. I'.r.fi.
?" '" riled in ih.- ..ffi......f .,.
H'mi.i.., ;i Consent of ;.il the *t,,,k-
noldern under the provisions of mm
the involution ,,t IUrh corporation
wow. therefore, the Secretary ..f
mate ,1...... ht-reb) rertlfv i.. the fore-
Bolne and thai h. I. satisfied tha the
uZr^r "r '..........'.............-
IN WTTNERH WHEREOF, I have
!..uiii.. ml my hand and have
fixed the flreal deal of th..
State of Florida, at Tallahame,
the ( apltal, thli th.- TwentyFlfth
da) ..f April. A 11 I'..,.
H \ <;i:.\v
..-v,i. ^"'v pi
TACY
iwannee"
well
nays
(DY FOLKS!
rm APPRECIATE
HOUR SUPPORT
ami VOTE
illNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 4
BUSINESS ABILITY,
IHUSIASM and PROVEN
(DERSH1P WILL GUARANTEE
INTY PROGRESS.
May title II Lover 28 II
fOrXTY-WIBE VOTE
i IM. I'ol. Adv.)____________________________
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189787
ABE HERKOFF, Plaintiff,
\ H
I'CA HEREOF '. I.. r- n.h,ni
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
r< I: KETtEfV \ HRRKi IF!
--:.: Ken] i vard
i -it Rnckaa)
l.'itm Island, Xi Yurk
. TO!.' ARE HEREBY N'OTIFlBIl
thai .1 I'i>ni|iliiinl For IH\ r- .....
been filed saralnsl rou Tea are here-
toy required i......va a cop) ol youl
[Anawei .! Plaintiff* attornevn rj'EN.
ET GENET, 110 Lincoln Road, Mla-
| "il Be ii ii. i- lot i.i.i. and file the original
of said (newer in tiv offi......r the
-r the above
atyled Court, on or before th.- ith da)
..i June, ISSe, otherwise, Decree Pro
Confesao will i>h entered aaalnal you,
I'.iK'il at Miami Beach, Da.de Coun-
ty, Florida, thli i-i daj of May, l5|
E H LEATHERMAN
Clark < the circuit Court
K>: I{ H. RICE, JR.
liipiitv Clerk
(Man
GENET A- GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ij> I.i.ill.-..In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/4-n-is-:';
NOTICE TO DEFEND or
OROER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801
VIVIAN Kl.SOAl, I'lHintiff.
vs.
JOHNNIE KLSiiM, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOHNNIE BLflOM
Addreaa Unknown
Tou an- hereby notified tiiat BIO
.' Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed seminal you, ami you are re.-
opy of your Answer
Pleadlnc t Ion the Plaintiff's Attorney, George
A. O'Bi I-". MOO Pon< de Leon i
[vard, Coral Gables, Florida, ami file
the original Answer m Pleading in the
office of the Clark of the Circuit Court
II ii da) "I i ni.-, 1956
It you fall '" '!> so. Judfmenl by de-
fault iii be taken agalnsl you for the
.i. hi.in.i. .I in tin Kill <.f Com-
|ii:< int
Thla notli shall be publl
week for four consecutive
in thi: jewihh i i.oiui'i \n
AND ORDERED al Miami.
DONE
|-!-.ii ....
this -ml da) of May, A
LET'S ELECT
HARRY
ANZIGER
Your
INSTABLE 5th DISTRICT
[M Surfside Bal Harbour Sonny Isles
Islands North Bay Village Golden Beach
f mmm m as your hi ami beach
INSPECTOR fOR MANY YfARS
/jdl Lever 42-A for
CLEAN EFFICIENT LAW
ENFORCEMENT
^im Appreciated May 8ih
(I'd: Pol A.U
l-:. it. LEATHERMAN,
Cl< i k. fin nit Court,
I ..,,1. i -.. j n; v. I loi Ida.
B) JOAN COURNOYER,
it) Clerk.
ti ircuit <'"in t s... i
OEl IROE \ l I BRIEN
I too i ''ii- < de i -"n Boulevai 'I
Coml i Sables, I'!.....
.vtt" ne) loi Plaintiff.
:, i-i]-i*-:'"i
RvEleet
DECK
Elllll
ATTORNEY GENERAL
(IM Pol. Ailv )_______,
n
.
m
LET'S MAKE OUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT
PRACTICAL
nor _
POLITICAL!
IS THERE GRAFT AND
CORRUPTION IN THE
COUNTY GOVT.?
If not, why do five commissioners
"vote as a unita "Closed Door"
combine''
WHY no fire department
in the unincorporated areas?
WHY triple insurance rates?
WHY a double or triple
water rate?
WHY are millions squandered
in building contracts with
no supervision?
WHY don't we have better
roads for you to drive to work on?
WHY no tunnels under the Miami|
River to save you hours of travel
time?
Pull Lever 23-B
Elect a Practical Man to Protect
Your Interests!
ROBERT E.
RAINEY
for a United Dade County
A political advertisement paid for by
friends who believe in Robert E. Rainey


Page 14 A
-Jvhlst* fk>rk#an____
Friday,.
Gerstein Vows He
Will live Up to Job'
Rallies Push Drive
Of Pomerance
Former assistant county solicitor
Richard Gersloin was bney this
week winding up his campaign for
the office <>f state attorney.
Gerstein continued. BS he DM
been throughout the campaign, to
tell supporters that when elected,
"1 will make a hard-hitting,
straight-fronvthe-shoulder state at-
torney and live up to the impor-
tance of the Job"."
Supported tin- week by The Mia-
mi Herald and top dvk le
throughout the Greater M
Gerstein pointed to the fad
tli.it he has prosecuted more than
l 'Hi; .i1- before juries in the
I three yean.
The candidate revealed that "my
ill includes it convictions
in 18 bookmaking
letters ol commend
\
uud
Gerstein is vice president of tlie'
Young Democrats oi Florida and]
II \.i! Knights "i Miami Elks ,
of American I egion i
In 1995, he was president of Achievement MOH i
Kelly Disscusses
The ability of Hocks Pomerance
,., work together with all law .mi
vn.:es .s one of his
,,,.,,, ats as candidate for
table. District F.ve." Bti
Weiss and other < i\ i- leaders told
., overflow Crowd a' the Work-
men s ( ir.le this week.
Mis West* Miami Beach leader
and pioneer resident, cited Pomer-
ance'i ievn years work as a |c
tective and police m I n "which
!,. him dose cooperation with
I Bl sheriffs office and all
police department- in the state. MO
other candidate for constable lias
among enforce-
he said.
I., n Coleman and Carl Gardner
thai Pomerance is being
I in all Intelligent voters
i ,. he i bed oualified for the
.b. Although he won
>urte-
,v pr Um b eg uieh b niee "or-
Me also achieved record with
.:,, Department V:
he w..s tops among police officers
for bringing in run rials. Yet he
r p. (ted the rights and
ity of Miami law school sheriff Thomas J Kell) Is run ;,,! hum:in Wlln
Alumni Assn. ^ ning on his live whom'he came in contact."
During Wolrd war II. Gerstein
was a i itoi Hying bombing
over German] and receiv-
ed the Distinguished Plying Cross
\Jr-Medal, as well a u ,,()|ji.e Hvm.,u.l)t Assn <-,Vl(.
Heart, as a result ol being par-
tially blinded by enemy Dak on a
raid.
|y Improved law enforcement romerance. married with two
which he has brought t" Made children, has been living on Miami
County." he declared In an inter Reach for 15 years. His memher-
view with The Jewish Floridian ship includes the Jewish Veterans.
\\ ednesday.
Hollahan Has Plan
For Apportionment
Sherifl Kelly pointed put that League. Elks, 8*0*1 aVrith and Jay-
during his term ol has ''
brouj 'it the ;..* payers of Dada Vice Mayor Lee Howard, of
COUBty number of improvements Surfdde, and Dr. Stanley Coltume
which ineiu'le: meanwhile advanced the Pomer*
"Establishment of sheriffs da ance candldncj bj citing his nu-
p.-.uiiicnl sybstations in strategic merous honors as a policeman to
points oi Dada to liva bettei pro indicate Us gred record of honcs-
, tection to people living in unincor- t> and achievement."

The Record Proves He'sBestfoti
RE-ELECT
JOHN B.
ORR
. JR.
State
Representative
GROUP 2
A Man of Courage, Experiew
and Ability
PULL LEVER 17-A
iPd. Pol. A K
fudge George Hollahan to...
gathering oi Dade county women porated an
ii week that he would propose "Bemoval >i politics in employ- enforcement officers for the sher-
legislation tor reapportkming the m<*n' "' Peraonnel, and on the-jub Ufa department.
,, ., f nill>......,, ,. training for those employed in or-: Establishment of sheriffs de
11 PfBepnaaenUtlve^ol the (i(.r tha( they may render more ef- p;irtim.nt un radio system at a
legislature by the same math- ticim\ service to the tax payers. saving of dollars to tax payers and
od thaHs now used for the appoint- -Sponsoring of the Florida Pol-
ment of circuit judges in the van ice Academy to provide a continu-
OUnties. inn source of properly trained law
A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS
"When you needed me / was always there.
Now we need you.' Don'f forget to vote tor
my husband" ...
LOUIS SHAFKIN
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5
Thanks,
PULL LEVER 42 B
YETTA SHAFKIN
I Pd Pol Adv i

speeding service.
Sheriff Kelly said he helieved
"the people of Dade county are in-
terested in continuing this pro-
gram of honest, able law enforce-
! ment He has been endorsed by
i the Dade County Tax Payers' Assn.
and other groups for reelection.
Miller Urges
Support Here
Rolling into high gear during the
last week of campaigning, Nathan
Anderson Miller, candidate for
Dade county superintendent oi
public instruction, told supporters i
during county wide rallies that he
is the "'only candidate for the of-'
fire who has had both teaching and ,
administrative experience in the
county school system."
Keep a Hood Man
on the Job !
PULL
LEVER
20-A
VOTE FOR
RE-ELECT
TOM KELL
Sheriff of Dade County
SHERIFF KELLY has
Brought Efficiency to Sheriff's Dept.
Sponsored Legislation to eliminate vicious f*|
system.
Relentlessly fought crime and hoodlums.
Served the people honestly aed well.
1P1I. Pol A'lv '_
MR. Pr.WEK.VIK SEZ:
ALL CANDIDATES
AGREE ON
ympeaAks
RESTAURANT
67th & IOIII\s AVENUE
.Miami Beaeh
and PUMPERNIKS PANTRY
THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN
ELECT
Jimmy
SULLIVAN
PULL LEVER VOIK
SHERIFF
SULLIVAN SAYS:
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and the Dade County park police. k t
I will set up a narcotics bureau to combat the increasing dope roc
County.
I will reassign the road petrol to give better police protection to our **
I will give the taxpayer the best protection for bis tax dollar.
ELECT THE MAN WITH EXPERIENCE^


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Ail-Star Show
To Benefit School
Building Campaign
Saturday night, Mav 5, is the
(late of an all-star show for Tiler
eth Israel Northside Center, with
noted club entertainer Alan Gale
;is master of ceremoni<'
The show is slated for the
Monte Carlo hotel, according to an
announcement Wednesday by Rab-
bi Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel
spiritual leader, who revealed that
proceeds will be used to erect a
and school
build-
new synagogue
ing.
"We hope to have these facilities
[completed in time for the High
Holy Days," Rabbi Herson said,
j adding that the Center has already
i purchased a tract of land adjacent
to i's present site for the erection
of the new quarters.
Marshall Comis, president. of
Tifereth Israel, is chairman of the
building fund committee. Comis
said Wednesday that both the
! Monte Carlo hotel and Gale "are
contributing their services gratis
to the Center so that maximum use
(of the proceeds can be had by the
'enter."
Michael L. Greenberg became
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning service, Apr. 28, of
Beth Jacob Congregation. Rab-
* I bi Tibor Stern officiated. Mich-
CROWN FENCE
p of Mr- and Mrs. Leo
^ 7620 Dickens ave.,
Erne Bar Mitzvah Sai-
ning at North Shore
enter. Rabbi Mayer
itz will officiate. Stu-
dent at the religious
the Center and at-
utilus Junior High.
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Busker, 9149 Froude
ave., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning at North
Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will offici-
ate. Stephen is a student at the
religious school of the Center
and attends Nautilus Junior
High.
Rosenberg Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Michael Norman Rosenberg will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services. May 5. of
Beth David Congregation. Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate,
with Cantor William Lipson ren-
dering the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Michael Norman is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosenberg,
2000 SW 4th ave.. Miami. He is a
seventh grade student at Shenan-
doah Junior High School.
Out-of-town guests at the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony will include Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Rosenberg, of
Valley Stream. N.Y.; Mrs. Herbert
Goldman and Miss Sondra Gold-
man, Glen Oaks, N.Y.; and Mrs.
George Roffman, Mrs. Jennie
Geide. Mrs. Mae Kalik and Arthur
Rosenberg, all of New York.
Wernor-Kahn
ODOK 2ANGWHL
Option to Fete
. Zangwill
fc* Eliot Zangwil] will be-
fMitrviih during Saturday
vicpv May 5. of Beth
Rabbi Yaakov
laill officiate, with Can-
Lipton rendering the
wrtions of the liturgy.
i- the ton of Mr. and
I 'Zangwill. 1219 Mana-
GahlfK They will be host
'at following
N's i'rida\ evening enr-
today morning, the Zang-
p welcome guests and
J Kidrlu-h. following the
?ah ceremony
P's a seventh grade hon-
P Ponce de l.eon Junior
l. where he is a reporter
*er- "The Rambler," and
' of the choral group.
P" in hi> honor will be
T*y Wening in the Rubai-
of the Algiers hotel.
js at the cocktail hour
* dance will be Theo-
dparenK Mr. and Mrs.
P^on. of Oral Gables
n. Mass
fawners will include Mr
[Alfred Barren, Van Nuys,
* nd Mrs. c.eorge Sed-
"* HI: and Mr.v RiMe*
Aid more
J. Paul Breakstone, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Judd R. Breakstone,
111 3rd ter., San Marino Island,
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, May 5, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
Ardni'itp
Charles Edward, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Gans. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El Saturday, May
5. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Charles is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
w Mm.' Mm ray
MKHAtL ROStNBtKG
Martin Diamond
Bar Mitzvah
Martin Diamond, son of Irving
Diamond and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Diamond, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Tifereth Israel
Northside Center on Saturday
morning. May 5.
Rabbi Abraham Herson will of-
1 ficiate at the service. Martin is a
seventh grade student at Mami
Edison Junior High School and is
a member of the graduating class
at the Center.
rt-Towners To Fete Gerald
*,n o Mr and Mrs.
J*'. ill become Bar
ryjn* Saturday morning
Cy ,,f Temple 2io
7 Taxman will offici-
[L,jre,Kh grad iu-
L "' Miami Junior High
r*mpie Zion religious
school. .,, ...
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss wdl be host
at Friday evening Oneg Shabbat
and Saturday morning Kiddush in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
Among out-of-town guests will
be Gerald's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lieberman and Mr. Max
Weiss, of Brooklyn, NY.
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A MESSAGE TO THE VOTERS:
Elect Louis Shafkin
Constable District 5
I have served on the M. B. Plan-
ning Board for 7 years (chair-
man past 3 years).
I have met and planned with of-
ficials in all of the communities
in the 5th District.
I know the area, the people and
the community problems.
I believe I can be of real service
to you.
Pull Lever 42-B
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
11
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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 "67.Senator Plan" which would reduce Dade County's
proportionate representation in our State Senate to that of Oket-
chobee County with 3500 people.
3. That he is "looking for new sources of revenue to tap."
4. Nor can he pull back the word, of the "Daily Worker." newspaper
recently seized by the U.S. Government, praising Mr. Orr in this
manner- "He opposed condemning Communist! for teaching or
advocating ideas." (Issue of Sept. 16.1954, after his election!)
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSSS INTEGRATION IN OUR PUBLIC
SCHOOLS.
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSfS THE "67-SENATOR PLAN."
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INCREASED TAXES.
BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES AIR AND GUIDANCE TO MEMBERS
BU OF ORGANIZATIONS C.TED AS -SUBVE RSi VE (Mr. Orr has
been attorney for such an admitted memberDade County Ch. Casa
No. 135756.)
SO ... MWTON THOtMAl OPPOStS JOHN OH
Let's fie Certain t
Vote tor BURTON
Thornal
for STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group Two
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
F0 OAOf COUNTY
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Socialite-community leaders Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carner have been leading a busy life. Principal on
their agenda has been Jack's participation in the
Combined Jewish Appeal, with his chairmanship
of the Winter Residents Division. .
But this did not prevent them from playing host
at a party in their fabulous Pine Tree dr. cir. home
ivro weeks ago to many top names here. Hardly did the
, settle down to taking a breather after the affair, when
faoke that Helen and Jack are planning a Scandinavian cruise
Ulude to traveling through Europe this summer. .
{if this weren't enough activity for any two people to handle.
Btrncrs expect to visit sons Stephen and Richard in Larchmont!
[brfore leaving these shores. .
aidnow a new note: Helen and Jack are owners of a fabulous
gjoD of art- with valuable paintings and other objects gath-
jjnm many parts of the world. When they came down from
leftate in Rye, N.Y., they could only bring a fraction of their
Tins here. '
nertheless. latest word is that the Camera have now loaned
{to the Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery at the University
The painting, by*Jee*>wya y LedewraeGoya to you
Ifrom the 1790's. .
Li may they have a merry trip abroad. Helen and Jack plan
ton sometime in the fall.
ere on the Art Cuff: Miam Beach art connoisseur Claira
(it has donated "The Departure," a painting by the 19th cen-
Dutch nw-ter. Jozef Israels, to the Joe and Emily Lowe Art
tording to Mendel, the painting is dated 1881 and will be on
la: the gallery during a special exhibition of recent gifts and
[planned for the summer months.
Mikhail Wolfson, half of the prominent WOMETCO team and
Hat of Miam's WTVJ television, is the -.ubject of the lead
|ic the April issue of Far East Film News of Tokyo. .
i was in Tokyo for a few days as part of the globe-circling
j is making with his wife and daughter Frances. .
i lormer mayor of Miami Beach, he is shooting film in the
Jots of the Far and Middle East and shipping it back to WTVJ,
newsman Ralph Renick editing the footage as quickly as he
Mitch was chairman of a recent American Jewish Committee
kr here, which featured an address by noted government ad-
| Jacob Blausttin, special U.S. delegate to the United Nations
Itusion.
taking of globe-girdlers: The Seville hotel, which he buiTt
old. was the scene Saturday of a bon voyage affair for Mr. and
|lr>ing Kipnis. .
hfy'll be leaving soon for a six-month trip around the world.
^200 guests attended the party to wish Irv and his wife well.
brdly did we make note here last week of Miami Beachite
i Crouingar's quiet trip to a hospital in Durham, N.C., than
| cam? that Jtnnia had returned to her Pinetree dr. home for a
ntb stay. The noted hotel woman was recently accorded
fright for Sight" award of the National Council to Combat
<;s in recognition of Jennie's efforts in behalf of the blind...
Uison rd s Mr. and Mrs. Al Young have been playing host to
| soa and daughter-in-law, the Irwln Youngs, who arrived from
i Town for a brief visit last week. .
dditional cause for happiness is that another son and daugh-
rw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, recently presented them
[new granddaughter born Apr. 19. Amy Melissa.
I may or may not be that too many "19V were in the 1919 SW
[si address of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Abrams. .
l*T*ay, Ann and Phil moved last Friday to their new home
' Alegriano in Coral Gables with daughter Carol. .
MMcen-year-old Carol will be a June grad at Miami Senior
thlPlans '" enter tne University of Miami come September.
friends are already acquainted with Carol's lovely singing in
* Guild chorus. .
nolesale jeweler Phil is a Beth David board member, and
wn is active with Bnai B'rith Women.
*ccc
i Andrt S. Bialolenki is vice president of the Florida State
TO Alumni of Dade county, and she was instrumental in
Wg a dinner dance at Coral Gables country club Saturday in
IProi Emr' Ralph L. lyman, her former FSU educa-
te Bi,,'!,,nki made the PfenUtion of a gift of silver com-
' it*8 ,)Ccasion 'or the alum club. Incidentally, as a mem-
J* group's education committee, Mrs. B. .has also assisted
iDur 'ng n.umerous scholarships to worthy Miami students. .
JlkufJr rec<,nt F,orid* Education Assn. convention here,
Li^rr1 h<>|Ped arrange a breakfast at the Alcazar for FSU
K 'aroughout the state.
L d*M busy week for the Edwin Mergers, of 6475 Indian
L Jrthursda>' o' last week they were guests of honor at a bar-
I* home V6ri by Mr* and *" "** Ray '" theif TatUm Watei"'
leocktflM F^iday the 'o'lowin* evening, the Mergers were feted
I Tftir nPar'y '" the 12X 99tb BOme 0f *"* i,h#r L#rm#n-
ng President of Agudath Israel sisterhood.
rJ*L*a?d out wltn WP from Denver to Miami Beach for
to Jy S"v,rM"lH. Missing her train in Chicago Mrs. S. de-
frw2SuOU,d ,moB P*enger8 on the plane, she breath
KJ*J friend, Suo Tohrner, of Rivo Alto Island???
t^ other, of course, but newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
hu,ba"rmer **** Trumen end her New York Times
na-on their way to a honeymoon!
Jauv4slr^JHI.apldliiauR
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1956
Four finalists in the "Mrs. Mizrachi of Ken-
tucky" beauty contest are seen above re-
ceiving beauty tips from Miss Joy Williams
(extreme right). Miss Kentucky of 1952. The
contest, held in conjunction with recent Ken-
tucky Mizrachi Women's membership drive,
saw a large field of entrants narrowed to
fourteen finalists. Four of the fourteen pic-
tured above are (seated) Mrs. Lee H. Ber-
man (left) and Mrs. George Klempner.
Standing are Mrs. Dan Renco (left) and Mrs.
Martin Zucoff. Judges chose Mrs. Renco as
the winner at Louisville pageant, proceeds
from which benefitted network of Mizrachi
Women's child-care and social service pro-
jects in Israel.
ASSISTS IN DISTRIBUTION OF UTTtRS TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
Miami Beach Mother Takes Leading Role in Mental Health
Mental Health Society of South-
eastern Florida has been busy this
week participating in its observ-
ance of National Mental Health
Week with its third annual Mental
Health Fair.
Miss Lois Parks is director of the
Society, which is endeavoring to
bring to this area the meaning of
mental health and the significance
of mental illness. This year's theme
is "Education for Action." with
emphasis on the support and spon-
sorship of research to discover new
and better ways to cure and pre-
vent mental illness.
Particularly active in the pro-
grams of the Society is Mrs. Ran-
dolph Shevach. wife of a prominent
Miami Beach physician and a
mother, who received her Bachelor
of Science degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami the same day her
daughter graduated some two
years ago.
"I've been particularly oriented
in the field of health." Mrs. Shev-
ach explains, "and that has tended
to make me especially aware of
mental health needs across the na-
tion."
In this regard. Mrs. Shevach, in
conjunction with Miss Parks, re-
cently approached the high schools
of this area in order to enter them
into a program designed to make
senior students understand the
problems involving adjustment,
parental relationship and other key
matters pertaining to healthy emo-
tional development.
The program involves a series
of letters written on these sub-
jects by Dr. Loyd Rowland, direc-
tor of the Louisiana Association of
Mental Health, who aims to intro-
duce high school seniors to the
problems of the adult.
Of all the schools approached in
the area, only Miami Beach High
was interested, according to Mrs.
Shevach. At this time, seniors at
the schoolin all 367periodical-
ly receive letters written by Dr.
Rowlandon various aspects of men-
tal health.
"These seniors are extremely in-
terested in being better informed,"
Mrs. Shevach says. "We have gone
so far as to send out our own
questionnaires, with an eye toward
getting additional comment by the
studentswhat they feel they are
or are not getting by participating
in the program and what they feel
should he emphasized or deem-
phasized."
Mrs. Shevach got into the pro-
cram after being approached by
Miss Parks. The Miami Beach
mother has been liaison with the
Dade County Council of PTA As-
sociations and the Mental Health
Society in connection with her
chairmanship of mental health at
Miami Beach Junior-Senior High
and North Beach elementary
schools.
Another direct outcome of her
activity was the appearance Wed-
nesday at the Mental Health Fair
in White Temple, Miami, of a
panel, "Milestones to Maturity,"
featuring students Marlene Gold
and James RoPth, with Irvin W.
Katz. Miami Beach High principal,
participating.
MKS. RANDOLPH SHtVACH
Mrs. Groudan Will Head Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute has unanimously
elected Mrs. Henry Groudan presi-
dent of Sisterhood to serve for the
coming year.
Mrs. TJroudan is well known in
local organization activity. She is
treasurer of Stephen Wise group of
Hadassah. vice president of Bikur
Cholem of Greater Miami and par-
ticipates in the programs of Miz-
rach, Zionist Organization of Am-
erica and Jewish Home of the
Aed
Other officers elected are the
Mesdames Louis Schcnkcr, honora-
ry life president: Esther Lerman,
honorary president: Jack Berger,
Max LeVine, Bessie Levine and
Frances Ullian, vice presidents;
Murray Rosenberg, treas urer;
Frances Ullian, assistant treasurer;
Max Gutmann, financial secretary;
Max Blaser, secretary; Henry Nov-
ick, corresponding secretary; Jack
Lynn, social secretary.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Esther Beinhorn, Frank
Burg, Lazarus Cohen, Frank.Fine,
Fannie Glick, David Hermon,
George Isaacson, Gertrude Klein-
berg, Chip Krutchick, David Lap-

MKS. NEWT CKOUDAH A
off, Esther Lerman, Saul Libert,
Benjamin Pearlman, William Rat-
nofi, Ida Rosenberg, Eugene
Schwarz, Max Stein, Cect.ia Wort-
man and Rose Zigman.


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OTHER FILLINGS ALSO AVAILABLE
Viennese Special for Frozen Dough
Filled With Cheese Centersa Treat!
By LEAH LEONARD the point over lap. When tU ere
filled and rolled, bring ends to-
Recently Los Angeles reader M.,n,.r tl, i()nn oieeeeata ;>nd ar-
wuil.-d to know if we have a recip- in,,(. on an un>reased cookie
for in./in dough cut into than-|sheH Bakl, tlll |,yhtly browned.
and filled with a cheese til- abmI, 12 minutes yields approx-
ling." Well, there are quite a num-
ber of short doughs that might be
what she seeks. The following
recipe- is a Viennese special that
we have found most' satisfactory
because it is so easy to follow and
mi versatile. Here it is. with our
own variations:
Viennese Pastry Special
1 cup softened butter or substi-
tute
-I cup sugar
2 efg yolks
imately 48 crescents
FILLINGS:
Cream and Not Combine t*
pound cream cheese with 4 cup
finely ground almonds or mixed
nuts. Add 3 tablespoons powdered
sugar and '4 teaspoon almond ex-
tract. If too thin to spread and
hold its shape, work in 2 table-
spoons fine cracker crumbs.
Red Raspberry Jam: Combine
jam with enough fine crumbs and
1 teaspoon grated orange or ground almonds to make the mix-
lemon rind Iture thick enough to spread but
teaspoon salt (if unsalted but- hold 's shaP*- Spread one table-
ter is used) | spoonful on each triangle and roll
moon huutes pleasing variation.
I Brush the tops Ughtl) arts* cither
diluted ell yolk: and water or
orange juice before baking.

HI- Kl s \\ WSWKK to in-
numerable Inquiries as to why the
upper crusts i pies remain soft
after baking: HAKE A VENT for
the steam (oi filling) to escape.
Puncturing the upper crust with
a lork or. as we prefer to do. cut
little circles or heart shapes out of
center of upper pastry before ad-1
justing it "ver filling and pinching
edges together helps Brushing the
crusts with diluted egg yolk or
fruit juice also helps. Try it.
Miami Artists ft Hosf
Studio Nights in /Hoy
POUT Miami artists will be studio
night hosts at the Joe and Emily
Inue Ait Gallery, University of
Miami, during May, according to
director C Clay Aldridge.
Ethel Fisher will be on hand to
Welcome gallery members May 4.
Other artist-hosts for May will in
elude Charles Jacobson, May 11;
Jon Keller, May 18: and Marion
^r.day. May ^
studio n.Bht for thls
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Phones: JE 8-2205
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
Work butter and sugar together
in a mixing bowl till well com-
up neatly.
To make Rounds, cut the rolled
out dough with a 2 inch cutter
bined and no longer gritty to the Dace either of the above fillings
lingers. Add yolks, grated rind
and salt and mix well before add-
ing, mixing well after each addi-
tion.
Some brands of flour are heavier
over centers and arrange thin
strips of the dough 11 lit nmi
over filling, pressing down the
edges with the tines of a fork.
Or. place a pencil thin strip of the
than others and the extra 2 table- dough around the round edges of
spoonsful may not be required, j each, pressing it on with a fork
The dough should be compact I as lightly as possible. Lift each
enough to form a ball Chill at i round with a pancake turner to
Nat 1 hour. Roll out half portion cookie sheet and bake as above.
nl dough at a time to inch thick-1 Variations of this special pastry
ness into a rectangle. Best hen-can be made by adding 1 cup of
rolled between two sheets of heavy fine|y Kround nuts. almonds prefer-
\sax paper. Start the oven and heat|abiy to ,ne dough in mixing. Then
to 400 P. Cut dough into trian- for special flavor, add '. teaspoon
cles of desired sue and place any I clnnamnn or allspice. Always be
one of the following fillings .11 ,im. t0 chl this dough wore
center
rolling. And. work fast with each
These can be rolled up. spread sectjon wn,|e the remaining dough
ing the tilling slightly from the
f

wide end of triangle, and bringing
Musical Program
At Installation Here
MA. Benjamin Kamen will be
installed president of the Miami
chapter of the American Conj
when the chapter marks its tenth
anniversary at a luncheon Wednes-
'K.n dt the Top of the Colum-
bus hotel
Gats! speaker will be Rabbi
berg of Beth D 'igre-
Musical program will be
1 Mr- Wynn I.;ipin
Mr-. Mildredd Drazer on the
Mao appearing will be
Miss Susan Preedman
In addition to Mr-. Kamen.
Indue Milton Friedman will install
allowing:
The Mesdanu's Jeeeph Fine, lion
ararj president; Louis Haffner.
A. I Saltzman and David Brodsky,
riea presidents: Alfred Kubcnstciii.
treasurer; Edward Goldstein, fi
nancial secretary: Lyda Friberg.
recording secretary; Edwin DeMas.
corresponding secretary; and Fay
Krupin. social secretary.
Mrs Brodsky will be chairman,
with Mrs. Morton Fay acting as
master of ceremonies.
is in the refrigerator.
Folding each of the rounds over
desired filling then pinching the
round edges together into a half
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n.01a Parsons, of Parsons?"3410 Coral Way. Miami, shows
in lovely summer wedding gown, featuring bouffant
Jef six tiers of tulle. Bridal crown is plateau cap of delicate
tench allusion silk veiling. Price the gdwft, 5135. Price
cap, $24.98. Parsons features beautiful clothes for every
ave occasionincluding Bar Mitzvahs and weddings. Also
bailable is a stunning variety of other types of formals, as
as cocktail dresses, sportswear and imports. Specialist
, Alice Sussman, of Parsons staff, is available for consulta-
i on wardrobe needs of all occasions.
Irs. Sachs Will Take Head Office
Mrs. Sam Frankel will be install-
ed for her second term as presi-
dent of the Henrietta Szold group
of Hadassah at a brunch held at
the Seville hotel Monday noon.
Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink.
3 American affairs chairman of the
[I Greater Miami chapter of Hadas-
sah, will conduct the installation
ceremonies.
| Other officers to be installed art
Mrs. Edward Horowitz. Mrs Louis
Shafkin, lira. Al Lavin, Mrs Mir-
iam Press. Mrs. Ottilie Rosenberg,
vice president*; Mrs. Harry B
Bogers, recording secretary; lira.
line.- Entitle, corresponding
secretary.
ii i
luI'Mafcrittarny D**l<\'.' financial sec-
retary; lira. Rita Wrubel, financial
secretarj tor dues Mr-. Nellie ('.
[Xing, social secretary, Miaa Eliza-1 Mrs. Louis M. Biderman. co-
[beth Zentler. treasurer: Mrs. Har- (chairman of the Beach Division.
.old Melniek. parliamentarian. United Nations Astn of Greater
The pro-ram will include vocal iMiami- wil1 leave for a New Vork
Mleetiona by Mrs. Berliner. who!vacation and a one-month stay
^MMaiJWimpMry herself on the ac- th
cordion. Mrs. Harold Melniek is.
chairman.
MM. LOUIS BIDERMAN
Mrs. Biderman Will
Meet With ON Head
Closing Luncheon
Site of Installation
At a closing luncheon in the
home of Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz,
3606 Flamingo dr., new officers of
Beth Israel Sisterhood will be in-
stalled. Date is Wednesday, May 9
Mrs. Irving Schwartz is presi-
dent, succeeding Mrs. I. Friedman.
Other officers to be installed, are
the Mesdames L. Cooke and S.
Wolfe, vice presidents; T. Selevan.
corresponding secretary; I. H. Mell-
man, recording secretary; A. Krat-
ish, treasurer; and J. Zemel, chap-
lain.
Mrs. Selevan and Mrs. Amiel,
liaison officers, will also be in-
stalled.
Kabbi H. Louis Rottman, of Beth
Israel Congregation, will be the
installing officer.
Hialeah Women
Will Install
Mrs. Grace Goldstejn will be in-
stalled president of Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center Sisterhood ter
on Monday evening at the Center.
Others to assume office are the
Mesdames Ada Roseman, Celia
Stimmer, Ruth Brower and Mae
Mrs. Biderman plans to meet
with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and
Gen. Clark Eichelberger, of the
UN Assn. while in New York.
She will also visit with her sis-
ter in Long Island, as well as Long
Isjarrd regon of Hadassah leaders,
where she was formerly a vice
president of the Laurelton chap-
fiarolinc Sachs will take financial secretary: Esther Kaplan > Goldman, vice .presidents
tar president of Flamingo as recording secretary; Mary Horn
t'r, B'nai B'rith Women, at'as corresponding secretary; Gussie
Installation dinner and dancejWecker as guardian; Fay Soli-e
teld jt the Oasis club on as. sentinel. Etta Rosengarten as
historian; and Gert Kirshhaum as
counselor.
Retiring president Gert Kirsh-
baum, will continue to serve Fla-
mingo chapter along with Jane
Robinson and Lillian Newman.
\\aat with Mrs. Sachs, Kitty
Josephine Hammel and
tie Fttsdmun will be installed
luce presidents; Mildred Horo-
i as treasurer; Claire Brown as
Thi Mesdames Judy Rutherford,
Mrs. Clein Appointed
Mrs. Ben Clein, 4360 SW 1st St.,
has been appointed to serve on the
senior women's swimming commit-
tee of the Florida Amateur Ath-
corresponding secretary; Jeanette letic Union for the year 1956. Mrs.
Brower, recording secretary; and Clein is secretary of the Metropoli-
Ida Kirsch, treasurer. tan Miami Swimming As.sn.
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIH
Won't Upset The Stomach
Anacin* not only grives ttrtmgtr,
fatter relief from pain of headache
but U also $af*r. Won't upset the
stomach and ha* no bad effects. Yoti
see, Anacin is liks a doctor's pre-
scription. That is, Anacin contains
not just one but a combination of
medically proven, active ingredients.
Scientific research has proved e
mingle drug can give such strong* yet
such safe relief as Anacia HaMeis.
W CPUt yn xtq.
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945 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
PhoneJt 1 3i95
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER. ConA/cfor
lischa
ELMAN
Sunday, May Mei-doy, May 7
"a, fieoch Auditorium at IM oet County Aaaitariaai at :*>
fcngle Tickets $3.00, $2.50, 12.00, $1.75, $1.90. $1 00
U. of M Sym. Off. MO 1-4S0; M.B. Aud. JE 1-0447; Dade
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MARfXD fOUT swd MVrM N
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from fears e"eaert U a eeejaltte fcetrt.
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Uaaer ftefefeiaJcaf SesarvisJea
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tlCEFTMNS
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LEVER 21-A
for
Joe
HALL
SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Read What the Newspapers say about JOE HALL
"A* Associate oi W. R. Thomas, who I* not seeking reelection. Hall has,
been closely identified with every administrative phase of the schoo
.vXn Joe Hall has an exceptional splendid background that will
nabS him to cope with the many4aceted demands that inherent in
jTWl.lXiaTlilnrT By experience, by educational background, by
firsthSteMtoSi of our schools. Dr. Hall is oubstoadmgly equipped
to nllX officeTsuperintendent of Dade county schools. He merits
election."
"For the past 24 years Dr. Hall has served the schools of Florida in a wide
fff T^ mm He ha. been a teacher, coach, principal, university
S^SSt^^SS for th. State Department of Education.
T^ugh professional training and experience he ha. acquired the back-
Jou^d and ability which qualify him to cop. with any Snwbich might confront Dade County in the present or future. If Dr.
o^HaU is elected Superintendent of Public Insti-uction in the approaching
.Actions, the future of Dade's schools will be in extremely capable.
experienced hands."
MIAMI
HERALD
Apr. 26, 1956
frit Ml^l
DAILY
NEWS
Apr. 25,1956
Elect JOE HALL -the QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
(I'd. PoL ASrV )


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Top Woman Golfer
Is Cited by Hospital
The "all-American charity golf
collector of Miami Beach"Mrs.
Tonya Simonshas been awarded
a citation from the Mount Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami in recog-
nition of her fund collecting effort
at this year's Miami Beach Open
Invitational, according to Max
Orovitz. president of the hospital
Present for the ceremony were
Samuel Gertner. executive direc-
tor; Mrs. Louis Glasser. outgoing
president of the Mount Sinai Wom-
en's Auxiliary'; and Mrs. Murra> A
Shaw, chairman of the Auxiliary s
collection committee for the golf
tournament. Money raised during
the week-long tournament from
Mar L'l) I< 25 :i- divuled equally
between Mount Sinai and St Fran
eis Hospitals.
Mrs Simons, who has been an
side in ^>lf eolleetton*' mr main
Charitable 'a'clitltf^., "*& Jfi a
and the Normandy Shore- I
blub since their beginning, ind i-
Iiresentljc histtirian of the Miami
Women's Goli Assn She i thei
rlonor "1 the Renry Simons Trophy
lor the Men's Annual club chain
bionship at the Baysbore goli
> r e
\ \ residenl of pfaaaJ Beach since
I93A\ Mr*. Sjsnjnons ha- been an
, goli player all during this
time. She lives ( 2801 Meridian
ave.
=_Jiidfy:MaY<15
Mr. and Mrs. Ixivid frovus ingnt and ien> join with chairman
Jacob Sher and. Trustee of Israel Mrs. Frances N. Rubin at tes-
timonial luncheon to Mrs. Monte Seliq. Mrs. Rubin is a three-
time Trustee, and Provous, himself a Trustee, is one of the
largest purchasers of Israel Bonds in the past two years in
Greater Miami.
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* weddings
* luncheons
receptions
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bade Chapter Will
Install Officers
Annual in-tallation of Dade
chapter. National Children's Car
ritfc Hospital, will take place on
Wednesday mornins. May 9, at the
Algiers hotel.
-Chairman is past president Mrs
Clementine Kemp Co-chairman is ,
Mr- Jessie O. Marcus, founder
president of the chapter Hoateasm
are all past presidents. Mrs. Ger-!
trude Lacbs, Mrs. Charles Raab.
.Mr- Julius W'einer. Mrs, Wolfie
Cohen. Mrs. Berd\e Krlanger and
Mr-. Leonard Wolfe.
Ticket committee include* Mrs.
Pauline Seitleman. Mrs Manny
Rich. Mrs. \;,t C!a and Mrs Her
nard LowenthaL Ufa Leonard
Wblfe will b' installing officer.md
will pre-, ivci to tin llar-
tie Sosna, incoming president
Mr- Henry WaRakin, president,
wi\ present gifts to outgoing offi
' i Ai'ernoon program will ba
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bad Mrs Selma Glass.
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Unusual 'Wedding' Cerenionylyjil
Be Setting for Temple Israel Fete
Sisterhood will be instXd a, *? fig* WlU be mother
final luncheon of ,he year MoniaJ Zlr7n 'u ^ and vice I
noon. May 7. at the AJgiersI nd w u^r Harry V Si"<"
amid the novel >ett,ng of a wed S?S W""am S Baren wil1 *!
ding. 8 3 *ld-,th;best man and maid of honor.
Mrs. Harold Thurman. tn^cr of uZ7< 1*^* MrS Jack !
ceremonies, will perform ,he mar Mr^ H nr mrsch"*L2 ***"'
riaice ceremony with Mrs. Miriam tarv Mr, pi^ i f,nancial **re-
Kobley. president of Sisterhood ,f Mr gSSjtT1* *"""
t^iW. the bride. Vice Mrs! S^Bg g {*
North Shore Group Names Mrs. Pincus
Page 5 B*
trons of honor.
Bridesmaids will include past
presidents of the Sisterhood and
the newly elected board of direc-
tors. Mrs. Norman Rossman will
sing, accompanying herself on the
piano. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will
sanctify the marriage.
Mrs. Samuel Schwartz is in
charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lee
Meyer is in charge of hostesses.
Mrs. Max Hojtsberg will arran
| decorations. Mrs. G. Louis Mendel-
son is chairman of financial art
j rangements, assisted by Mrs. Jaca
, Krause, Mrs. Sol Cohen and Mrs.
, Henry Nelson. Mrs. Aaron Kanner
is chairman of entertainment, and
j Mrs. William S. Baren is in charge
: of publicity.
Mrs. Frank Schaffran is chair
man of reservations for the affair
S. rMtOlD THU9MAM
\k and Sisterhood
Gables Center
lule Concert
TA and Sisterhood of Coral
Jewi-h Center wiH present
kit concert Sundav evening un-
fit direction of Robert Strass-
rth school choir will offer
till cantata. "Voices of Is-
l" with soloists and narrators.
ed- by the Sunday school
lr' rendition of the cantata,
|ptc Israel "
i(b pieces hive been specially.
for the Sunday eoecert
sburg. who is director of
kind'activities at the Coral
Jewish ("enter.
Uo planned is a performance
[the Sinfonir-tta of the Center.
|y will introduce instruments of
] ensemble and also feature a
Hinn of the "Toy Symphony"
jdn. Members of the group
nstratin? their instruments
[Dr. Charl.-. Rosenfeld. violin;
Green, viola: Rudolph Nettle
I Henry Berninger, cellos; Rus-
IBroughman. double bass; and
Sonya Klein, flute, who will
play a group of dances by
.Beethoven and Grieg.
tor Irving Robinson will pre-
J group of American folk
N-wlv-ol^ptpd officers 0f Nor1h
Shore chapter. B"nai B'rith Wom-
en, were installed at a luncheon
Wednesdav in the Matador room
of the Seville hotel.
.Mr* Jack R. Wein, past presi-
dent of North Shore chanter, past
president of ^V Florida State It-
eration of B'nai B'rlth Women's
chapters and district chairman of
the Americanism and civic affairs
committee, was installing officer
As part of the. program. Mrs. Wein
reonrted on the recent State Fed-
eration convention at Havana.
Mrs. Emanuel Pincus was install-
ed as president. Greater member-
ship for North Shore chapter was
the keynote of her address. Retir-
ing president Mrs. George Baltuch,
newrv elected to the presidency of
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapters and in-
coming vice president of the State ;
Federation of B'nai B'rith Worn-'
en'j Chapters, will continue to
serve North Snore chapter as coun-
selor. Other officers installed were
the Mesdames:
Sam Belsky, Benjamin Berkow-
iU* Sam Pomerance. Louis Rolnick. I
Solomon Rosenberg and Milton
Shaw, vice presidents; Milton
Peorlman, treasurer; Irving Klein-
man, assistant treasurer: Joseph
Schwartz and Frank Menkes, ad-
ministrative secretaries; Abraham
Kahn, recording secretary; M.
Ginsberg, Michael Kahn and S.
Schwartz, corresponding secreta-
ries; Michel Pierce, financial sec-
retary.
The Mesdames Charles Kollin
and Charles Reichenthal. assistant
financial secretaries; Samuel Rud-
mck. auditor; Charles Marks, social
secretary; Murray Ratner. histo-
rian; Mark Silverstein. sentinel;
Morris Crist, guardian; Stanley
HhilHpK honorary president; Ber
nard Hoffman, Mark Silverstein,
Jack R. Wein and Dan Wolfson.
trustees.
Advisory beard (past presidents
of B'nai B'rith) includes Mrs. Les-
ter Arkin, Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs.
Karl Greenbece, Mrs. Harry Jacob-
son, Mrs. Benjamin Kimmel and
Mrs. Louis Marks.
Chairman Mrs. Mark Silverstein
and co-chairman Mrs. Louis Cohen
were in charge of arrangements
for the function.
-VOTE
FOR 'JIM1-
JAMES M.
NOEL
for SCHOOL
SUPERINTENDENT
TEACHERS and
PRINCIPALS:
Lei's Get Pay Raises, End
Fear, Favoritism
lefl Have Heed Who Will
Hoar Our Views end Opinions
Pull Lever 22-B
MOTHER DADS:
lei's Taocb Oar Children to Read, Write Mod Spall
left Put the lest Teachers in First 3
ELECT 'JfiM9 NOEL
u t Business nUn in Charge of Yoar $40,OO,O0-a toar Sasiness and
faw* fui y nn i* X aa vat
Want to Mala Jim Nool Gol llettedrhene 11-6-1721, tl-6-9021 or
1-6-5511 or Dr.p by 16350 Biscay no Boulevard
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
? If Yh
Clvb to Elect <
Myervm club of Pioneer
*ill hold election of offi-
i Tuesday evening at Beth El
gation Mrs. Sonya Bobbins
an ol the election meet-
pM P* of Armritis
*w Thermo.Cyclop.siOV
oisei cyclo-masaag* nod
* ft, comfortable
will aid relaxation
J"P relieve the pain com-
*|Mociaied with erlk*.
1^ Thtrmo-Cyeioihad i the
w eoaive research to
P6v?u ,im.P,e' *J-*o-ee
P* Py'cal modality pro-
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Dade Need a
STRONG County Solicitor
ELEC T
Richard Taylor
COUNTY SOLCITOR
TAYLOR SAYS:
H It vitml tmmt Dedo etoct a firm vim*9i arosecofor. The mmtt V i years ha we seea nmmmttd
failures hy the afsf off ice-Overseas Nifhwey Semmiml, Homo lm)roen.ent BhM ttort
candoi,
A.fhority fceadal, Fake TV Ktpmir Casts-IT IS TIMl FOt A CM4WCF 1
Pull Lever 32-B on May *th and Elect
RICHARD TAYLOR
Bade County Solicitor
(Pd. Pot. Adv.




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MRS. LtO ACKWMAH
Miami Division Will
Look into Medical
Future at
Meeting
Discussion group of the Miami
I ivision of National Council of
rish Women will sponsor a sym
ptsilllli, "Great Kx pert at ion in
Medicine." a future look into medi-
cine, including research and hospi-
i.il planning in Dade county. Wed-
esday evening. May 9. at the home
I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel, 56
>amana dr.. Bay Heights.
Participants in the symposium
will include Dr. Charles (". Hfll-
nan. associate dean of the Univer-
sity of Miami school of medicine
; nd coordinator of medical affairs
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Ralph Jones. Jr., professor of
r-edicine and chairman of the de-
partment of medicine at the Uni-
versity ol Miami school of medi-
cine.
Dr. Robert J. Boucek. director
01 research for Miami Heart Insti-
tute and associate professor of
ir.ediiine at I'M medical school.
Dr. Nathaniel L. Levin, clinical
assistant professor of otolaryngol-1
i D :it U of M school of medicine. 1
v. il moderate the discussion
Famly Service Sets
Annual Meeting for
May 13 at DiLido
Mis Leo Ackerman. president of
Jewish Family Service Wednesday
announced the agency's annual
meeting scheduled Sundav morn-
ing. May 13. at the DiLido hotel
Mrs. Ackerman said "that as the
membership of the agencv li now
eonsidered to be the public which
contributes to Community < he-t or
the Greater Mami Jewish Federa-
tion, invitation to the brunch meet-
ing is general and by reservation."
Newly nominated for election to
the board of directors are Mrs.
Leonard Abess, Mrs. Ixiuis Krensky.
Col. Nat Rood. Lawrence E Singer
and Mrs Bernard Wall Nominated
for reelection for another three-
year term are R Williams Apte.
Mrs Leonard Beldner. Leon Kap
Ian. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Mrs
Sevmour Liebman. Bernard Pal-
lant. Mrs. Sam Silver and Bernard
Weksler Chairman of the nom-
inating committee is Mrs. Harold
Rand.
"This year, the annual meeting i
will turn its attention to commun-
ity views and expectations about
the Jewish Family Service." Mrs.
Ackerman said. Opinions and
proposals about agency program
practice will be presented by a
panel Participating in the panel
will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
president of the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade County; Stanley
C. Myers, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; Jane
Wood, feature writer of the Miami
Daily News; and Albert Comanor.
executive director of the agency.
Reports will be made as well on
the new community service pro-
grams developed during the past
year, such as child placement and
adoption and vocational guidance
AEPhi Alumnoe Will Install
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Assn. i Luncheon u
of Greater Miami will hold its an- ju.ian v ""Airmen vt
nual installation luncheon Satur- wbauer ud Ma
day at the Algiers hotel. hnKoU Mrs. ehar|es "fl
Officers for the year 1956-57 will Wl11 *We the invocaUo
he president. Mrs. Jesse Spirer; Marvin Zank ret "
vice president. Mrs. Fred Atlas; will be in.stallmg off"* '
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jack |
Nades; recording secretary, Mrs.
Norman Brown; treasurer. Miss
Maxine Oberman; member-at-large,
Mr- Charles Spector.
Mrs. William Rafkind and Mrs.
Edna Kaufman. Invocation was
given by senior councilwoman Mrs.
Monte Selig.
Mrs. Eggnatz Will Succeed
Mrs. Glasser as President
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz will succeed
Mrs. Louis Glasser as president of
Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary at an
installation affair Friday noon in
the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Morris
Goldin. who announced this week
that Rabbi Leon Kronish. Temple
Beth Sholom spiritual leader, will
be installing officer.
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Luncheon Honors
Home Volunteers
Luncheon last Friday honored
Council of .Jewish Women "volun-
teers"" at the Jewish Home for the
Aged. The affair was held at the
Garden restaurant.
Hostesses were Mrs. Leo Alpert,
Mrs. Norman Tatar and Mrs. Bar-
ney Hodes.
Present were the Mesdames
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man. Morris Wolfson. Manning
Rosnick. Albert Spector.
The Mesdames less Spirer, Har-
old Zeeman and presidents Leon
Kaplan and Howard Grove.
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Kneseth Israel To Honor Ten
Abraham Finestone, president of, by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spirit-
Kneseth Israel Congregation, this ual leader, who will make the
week announced that the congrega- awards. Musical program will be
tion will honor ten men and worn- i presented by Cantor Abraham Seif.
en for their "meritorius service I Men and women who are to re-
and selfless devotion to the con- 'cejv0 the awards are Max I.ippm;.
gregatioh and to traditional Juda- Soloman Steiner, Isidore Ruppert,
Ism at a joint meeting of the con-'Mrs. Frances Ullian. I. B. Ki
ur.^ation and sisterhood Wednes-; stein, Jacob A Sachs_ Mrs Peari |
day evening, May 9. ( GratZi Benjamin Yager, Louu,
Program will include an address Dublin and Mrs. Lena I'opkin.
Greater Miami's 1956 Israel Bond campaign is launched at
the Shelborne hotel with a panel discussion of "Israel's Des-
tiny." Panelists are (left to right) Seymour B. Liebman Mrs
Harry Gersten and D-. A. J. Ishlon. Attorney Malvin Ejig-
lander (right) announced the reception which introduced
Israel Consul General Nahum Astar en May 2 at the Sevills
hotel. More than 3C0 persons attended the brunch meeting.
ionai Education Conference Due
e on Personnel Crisis in Schools
V
"^etinc scooe arid achievements of .Ff\\ib ll;,s M"'V critjeal proportion*
r Jewish education in this country. hortage in Jewish schools; cur-
rent sources Of teacher supply in r
the South; and recommendations ?
for a short and long range Dto-\\
for solving a problem that i ?
haa assumed critical o*nrimn*ft
.conference on "ajeeung *cogr and achievement
nn,.' rrisi- in our Jewish education in this country.
|jll be held Saturday: Delecates fnftn Bureaus of .!<> throughout the nation.
19, and all day Sunday, ish Education..',qongregations and Miami Beach conference is!
liami Beach, it was an- Jewish relisi<*fj sehools in theI planned by a special committee
lhis Week by the Ameii- \ States oMS/>rMjp. Georgia, Alaba- headed
eiation lr Jewish Edu-'ma. Tennessee and South Carolina!
I will attend tmfWnferenee. which retar>'
as the national scrv- will be key
w tor Jewish education, Pilch,
erican Association for Jew- American Association for Jewish
cation brings together all Education.
Ilements in the American

harjiej K Gottlieb, sec-
of the febreau of Jewish'
nofjd rbv Qr/J^ad KducatipigA)LC|||ter Miami.
in
community in a concerted
to advance the standards,
The conference will deal with
the social and economic factors
responsible for the present teacher
EDWIN
VOTE FOR
A. C. Dressier
COUNTY SOLICITOR

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Trials without delay
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trees and preen green grass it is an
uplifting sight to all who see ita
lovely fitting tribute to the one whose
name it bears.
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DRtSSUVS ABILITY TRIED AND PROVHI
A. C. "Ike" Dressier, who is now seeking election at county
solicitor, hat all the qualifications for the office. Dressier
has served as ehiaf of the trial and prosecuting section of
the county solicitor's office sine* March, 1953. Much of
tha credit for tho 90.3 percent record of convictions in the
county solicitor's office in 1955 goes to him. He has been
a practicing attorney for 30 years.
A. C. "Ike" Dressier is conscientious and has the integrity,
ability and experience to make the best county solicitor in
the history of Dede County. The voters of Dade could do
no better than cast their ballots for him in the forthcoming
primaries end general election.
A Record of "Conscientious
and dedicated Public Service'
A. C.
COUNTY
Dressier
SOLICITOR
PULL LEVER 32-A
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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SE ARE THE SERVICES I WILL OtlNG YOU.
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KEEP DADE GROWING
HughW PETERS
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Accomplishments 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 surstmtite
for experience:
PETERS
Pull Lerer 25* Stand Pat with
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<^fn the
June 10 Rites for
Martha, Gordon
The betrothal of Miss Jean
Milewski and Gordon Neil Gerson
is announced here.
Bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Milewski. East
Cleveland, O. Her fiance is the
son of Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Cer-
.-<>n. 995 W. 8th st., Miami Beach.
Miss Milewski is a student at
Emory University in Atlanta, where
he belongs to Fleur-de-Lis club,
honorary scholarship group. She
attended high school in East Cleve-
land.
Gordon, a graduate of Culver
Military Academy, where he was
tenth in his class of 170. will enter
Emory medical school in Septem-
ber. He receives his undergradu-
ate degree there on June 8. His
fraternity is Alpha Epsilorf Phi.
The couple wll be married two
days later at The Temple. Atlanta,
with Rabbi Jacob Rothschild offi-
ciating.
They will return to Atlanta to
live in September. The groom-elect
la the grandson of late pioneer
Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schonfeld. who came here from
Key West in 1916.
Medical Student
Judith's Fiance
Dr and Mrs David R TeNon.
Brooklyn, N V announce the en-
gagement ni their daughter, Judith,
i" David S. Ziramon. son of Mr.
and M^. LouJj H. Zimmon. 2660
SW 25th tor.
The bride-eled i* an alumnae of
the Edgewater School. Greenwich.
Conn., and Brooklyn College. At
present she is a graduate student
studying for her Master of Arts
degree at Sarah Lawrence College,
Bronxville. NY.
Mr Zimmon is a graduate of
Miami High School and Emory
College, and is completing his aae-
ond year at the Emory school of
medicine in Atlanta. Ga. He plans
to enter Harvard medical school
in September.
The couple are planning a June
wedding at Atlantic Highland, NJ.
Richmond Girl to
Be Berlin's Bride
Planning to he married in Tem-
ple Bethel. Richmond. Va in Au-
gust are Sybil Bernice Saslaw and
Robert Simon Berlin.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
I Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Saslaw.
Richmond. Her fiance's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin,
5841 La Gorce dr.. Miami Beach.
Miss Saslaw attended Ohio Uni-
versity and Richmond Professional
Institute. She now is a student in
the Pan American School, Rich-
mond.
Mr. Berlin will be graduated in
June from the University of Rich-
mond, where he is president of
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
MISS SYBIL SASLAW
MiSS JUDITH ULSOM
MBS. KURT BRAND
AIRS. SIDNIY WIDIAH
Miss Shapiro and Sidney Widlan
Levine, Steiger
Plan f Of July 29
John Phyllis Levine and Erwin
Davd Steiger are planning a July
28 wedding at the home of the
bridegroom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Steiger, 3611 SW 15th
sL
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine.
Portland. Me. A graduate of West-
brook Junior College, she is em-
ployed at the Maine Fidelity Life
Insurance Co.. Portland.
Her fiance is formerly from
Akron. O. A student at the Univer-
sity of Miami, he is proprietor of
the Alton Glass and Mirror Shop,
Miami Beach. Mr. Steiger served
three years, with the Air Force.
Miss Phyllis Harriet Shapiro,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Shapiro. Longmeadow. Mass., be-
came the bride of Sidney Widlan.
of Miami, son of Mrs. Frances
Widlansky, of Miami Beach, and
the late Samuel Widlansky.
Ceremony took place in Babbi
Leon Kroaish's study at Temple
Beth Sholom on Wednesday, Apr.
18. in 8:30 p.m. rites.
Mrs. Peter Pantag**, ^sist^f of
the groom, of' Miami *each, was
matron of honor. William Widlan,
af Miami, served as best man for
his brother. An intimate family
dinner followed at the Lincoln
Manor
\\ GUS? BROS i
Rosen, Brand Will
Live in North
Diana Louise Rosen and Kurt
P. Brand were married in Morris-
town, Pa., Apr. 14.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving R. Rosen, 8354
Byron ave.. Miami Beach.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Brand. Glen-
side, Pa.
Formerly in the Marine Corps,
he is a sales representative of the
Philadelphia Electric Company.
The couple will reside in White-
The bride is a graduate of High
School of Commerce in Snrine:-
field. Mass.. and also attended Am-
erican International College in
Springfield. She was employed at
the U.S. Armory in Springfield
Mr. Widlan aUended 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, high
neck and short sleeves. Her nose
veil was attached to a pink flow
red hat She carried a Bible with
orchid corsage and carnations.
The couple will spend their
honeymoon touring Florida.
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SptcUlinna in Hair Tinta
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SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON
CLMAH MOTBL
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Mrs. Sadie Heifeti returns to Chicago Mav A
Florida vacation with daughter and son-in-law T^
Jacobean at their South Venetian Way apartment ? "* Ch
for Sadie are plans for the marriage of her jn-anan ? """"ai
Neiman, rising young water color artist who has !"8 !?' "H
one-man shows in the Windy City. has alrea Charles and Ruth last remember Carol as she nre^ ^
aisle ten years ago as their flower girl. Now th th*J
Newcema graduate, is preparing to give a repeat person,
the starring role... Carol's parents are Dr. and Mrs. al .2
Park, 111., who recently visited here. The Jacob*"
nuptuals sometime in Jfcne. with Charlie expect inn m LI*}
menu for .^exhibit of his recent abstractions ? <**
CARIES ttSIMNTJ IN NAMS WINS DARTMOUTH HOK0|
Mrs. Leon Sirkin will introduce glamour expert Ma I
young married members of Temple Emanu-Kl when the ma.
as the "Perfect Circle" meets Tuesday at the home of aV?
Rosenblatt, 5225 Alton rd. Long time associate of promT
woman Jennie Crossinoer, Maria will demonstrate glamour
contour makeup. .
Mr. and Mrs. Oersen Blatt, of 6411 Cellini st., Coral Gakv.
among weekend guests at the Beach Club hotel in Naples. t|
accompanied by Gables residents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ltbow Mm
and Dr. and Mrs. Elton Rosenblatt, 1232 Aduana. Gtorgt
been elected vice president of the cla^s of 1959 by his cl
Dartmouth. George is a graduate of Miami Senior High i
active during his freshman year on the staff of WDBS. colic*
station.. He's the son of the Maurice Lefcoas, 2120 SW 21st st,
hotel owners... .
MIAMI WOMAN IM ISKAll
GUI$T OF PRESIDENT
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, community leader and a mernart
1956 Israel Bond women's delegation now on an intensive stdji
oi Israel, last week visited Sheikh Mansur, head man of the Drat]
munity of Ussifaya, an ancient village just a few milei from I
Kitty, 1956 Chen cha'rman of the Greater Miami women's!
will be guest of honor at a "welcome home" rally in Muni I
May. Earlier on her travels, Kitty was among guests a 0*1
dential home of President and Mrs. Itihak Ben Zvi. .
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4,1956
04VID C. W/LllNGER
i, Willenger
mge Vows
J p.m. double ring cere-
JRabbi Irving Lehrman's
temple Emanu-El on Sat-
.'.28. Miss Arlene Maxine
lighter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen, of the Westover
ni Beach, l>ocame the
_ivid C. Willinger, son of
"Mrs. Israel Willinger,
[Canada.
J honor was Sheila Cooper.
[was Lawrence Newman.
selected a ballerina-
pvn of imported white
ly lace and nylon tulle
with fitted jacket,
Ires and bouffant skirt,
ttiered French illusion
Veil was attached to a cap
Bg lace and seed pearls.
white orchids on a
de is a graduate of the
Private of Miami Beach
I School of Business. She
nddaughter of Mr. and
Cohen, of the Conti-
llel here.
Winger is a graduate of
fi High School in Canada
I with the IS. Army. At
IB in business in Miami
IJie ceremony, a formal
(inner was held for both
! families. The couple are
[their honeymoon touring
Montreal. California
I'port their return,
I make their home at 2931
lave.
guests were Mrs. Al
.Forest. 111., and Mr.
I^o Petchenik, of Chi-
MKS. HAROLD UUMAh
Miss Levy Weds
Harold Bellman
Miss Clemence Josephine Levy
became Mrs. Harold Bellman in 2!
p.m. wedding rites on Sunday, j
Apr. 29, at the home of her i
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Julian E. Newbauer, 4411!
Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Abraham Cassell officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Henry Levy and the late Mr.
Levy, pioneer developer here, of
940 17th St., Miami Beach. Her
husband's parents are the Julius
Bellmans, of West Palm Beach.
Given in marriage by her brother-
in-law, the bride chose an ice blue
waltz-length cotton lace dress with
tight bodice, full skirt, elbow-
length sleeves and scoop neck. A
matching tiny hat and old fashion-
ed bouquet of sweetheart roses
completed the bridal ensemble.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Mrs. Julian Newbauer. Flower girl
was her niece, Jan Gail Newbauer.
Burton Engels was best man.
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach High School, attend-
ed Vanderbilt University and was
graduated from the University of
Miami. She is a former national
officer of Alpha E p s i 1 o n Phi
sorority.
Mr. Bellman graduated from St.
John's University law school, as
well as University of Miami law
school. His fraternity was Gamma
Eta Sigma. He is a member of the
Florida and Miami Beach Bar
Assns. He was in service with the
Army Air Force.
Following their wedding trip to
Nassau, they will be at home at
4182 Case ave. after May 10.
Talianoff Will MC
lodge Installation
George J. Talianoff, recently
installed as president of the Flori-
* "State Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, will act as master of cere-
i monies when the slate of officers
jfor Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge
is officially installed at the Saxony
hotel Sunday evening, May 6.
George Kronengold will be in-
j stalled president. Other officers
| to be installed are Jack M. Fink.
vice president and president elect
for 1957-58; Daniel M. Broad, Irv-
ing Schatzman and Charles Wein-
' be*g, vice presidents; Harry Milton
Lazer, recording secretary; Joseph
:A. Kogos, treasurer; Edwin Mar-
'ger, financial secretary; Michael
Sossin, monitor; Abraham Swartz,
USittMt monitor: Nathan Kushin.
warden; Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian
| and honorary life member.
Trustees arc Barnett Beckerman,
! Allen Goldberg, Gershon S. Miller,
iJack August, Paul Seiderman,
Harold Turk. William Agranove,
Alvin Hellman, Sam A. Goldstein.
Past presidents of the lodge will
be especially honored. They in-
clude George J. Bertman. Walter
C Kovner, Harry Zukernick, God-
frey K. Newman, Samuel W. Shapi-
ro, George J. Talianoff and Michael
Sossin.
Miss Susan Talianoff, young
coloratura, will be guest soloist.
Program chairman Edwin Marger
and co-chairman Irving Schatzman
are assisted by Jack Fink, Paul
Seiderman, Charles Weinberg, Al
Hellman and Sol S. Goldstrom.
Page 9B'
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Experience at Hospital Show* Medical Records Are Valuable
Chances arc you'll he in a hospi-
tal at one time or another during
your lifetime.
Now don't be alarmed. The hos-
pital has become an integral part
o! everyday Hie. it you're a moth-
er, you've probablj given bit th to
one or more babies in ;i hospital
li you're a father, you've
the hospital floor a for the
i [essed event." In fact, you ma]
have bellowed you -
howl ol life inside the germ free
hospital delivery room.
And from the moment you step
up to the admitting office "i the
modern hospital to the second thai
you fling a aateltel ol dud throu h
it-, exit doorway, your hospital atay
has been recorded in every impor-
tant detail No! Just yOUT name.
address and birthdaybut your
medical history, physical examina-
tion, progress note-, doctor's or-
ders, consultations, 1 a bo r a t o r y
findings] chest x-ray, temperature
record, medication and treatment,
nurses notes and personal property
list.
The medical records ol any
hospital are used whenever a pa-
tient falls hack on health Insurance
policies to Offset medical COSta
The moiic.ii records department
at Mount Sinai Hospital ma) nil
out from their case histories more
than i insurance queries;, week
Up to 20 different forma maj be
filled out just for a single patient.
For tin- reason alone, accurate and
complete medical record- an I
aential to the hospital patient.
"The medical records depart-
ment is the heart of the hospital."
declares Samuel Ciertner. executive
director of the nonprofit institu- i
tion which is raising funds for a
new S4.000.000 hospital
"They are the basis upon which
are judged the professional skill
of the doctors in our community
and even the medical standards
maintained by the hospital itself "
Every month, he explains, a med-
ical records review committee com-
posed of staff physicians and
specialists will go over these rec-
ords to determine the effectiveness
of patient care and the directions
given by the patient's docto-.
In addition. Gartner points out.
the .Joint Commission on Hospital
Accreditation constantly refers to
the medical records m order to
judge hospital performance. The
Joint Commission included repre-
itives of the American College
of Physicians, American College
of Surgeons. American Hospital
As-n. American Medical Assn.
and Canadian Medical Assn.
In this emphasis he is backed up
bj Max Orovitz. prominent Miami
businessman and president of the
Miami Beach institution. "The med-
ical records are the living history
of the care given every patient
who has ever entered a hospital.
The patient's sickness, the doctor's
treatment, the course of convales-
cenceall must be set down fully
in these vital documents."
Some 60.000 separate admusion
folders are now on file in the med-
ical records department at Mount
Sinai, one for every admission
made since the hospital first open-
ed in 1947. An elaborate cross-
index is also kept of every adnus
sion. by disease, according to a
code set up and maintained hv the'1
American Medical Association.
Doctors find this code index an in-
valuable depositodv of health infor-
mation for studies and analysis. At
the present time, the medical rec
ords cross index is being used for
studies on diseases of the gall
bladder, ulcerative colitis, throm
bophlebitis, liver biopsy and pul-r
monary embolism.
Yes, for the hospital patient, the
medical records, next to your doc-
tor, are one of your best friends.
Many professional and clerical
hours are spent to make sure that
these records are complete and ac-
curate. They are a lasting, ever-
available protection to your health
and that of your loved ones.
"ON MY Mcoi
I k you to be my j^.
you wont me to continue.:
YOUR JUDGE of the SMAU,
COURT."
Keep JU(j3e
SIDNEY L. SEGj
PULL LEVER 35-B
(Pd, ]'.
Admiring the 21-inch television set donated by Miami Beach
lodge 170, Knights of Pythias, to Mount Sinai hospital for its
pediatrics section are (left to right) Ben Hausman, chancellor
commander of the lodge; Seymour Keit, member of the child
welfare committee sponsoring the gift; Joe Wiener, co-chair-
man of the child welfare committee; and J. Gerald Lewis, vice
president of the hospital.
Beach Lodge Pyfhians Give TV to Sinai
Miami Beach lodge No. 170, Knights of Pythias, have donated a
21 -inch television console set for use in the pediatrics section of Mount
Sinai Hospital, it was announced Wednesday by Max Orovitz, hospital
president Official acceptance uf the gift was made by J. Gerald Lewis,
vice president of the hospital.
The gift was subscribed for through advertisements by members
of the Knights of Pythias in the yearly printed calendar distributed by
the Miami Beach lodge. The television set was Immediately placed tn
the pediatrics section, according to Samuel Gertner. Mount Sinai execu-
tive director.
Sponsor for the donation was the ledge's child welfare committee,
headed by Robert Levine.-vice chancellor. a.ehairman. and Joe Wiener,
co-chairman. Other members active tn'the project were Ben Husman,
chancellor commander, Jack Altschuler. pastjc oaaveHor; David Sheldon,
prelate; and Seymour Keit.
KEEP
ANNA BRENNER
MEYERS
On Toot SCHOOL BOARD
"Reward Able and Devoted
Service"
PULL LEVER 38A
r
(II Pol. Adv )
I
Sisterhood Card Party Due
Mrs. Anna Silherman. president
of Sisterhood Beth Tfilah, an-
nounced that a card party will be
be held at the Park Central hotel
on Tuesday afternoon. May 8.
e
YOTi; FOR
AXiB KIMT
JOHNSON t
Davis
TO
YOUR LEGISLATURE
Group #1
CIVIC LEADER
"MORE AMD BETTER ROADS
WITHOUT mw TAXATION'
PULL LEVER 14 A
A REPRESENTATIVE FOR
ALL OF DAK COUNTY
1 Ol K VOTE AI'I'RECIATEir
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
CITIZENS OF DADE CM
M K B T ...
Robert J.
LfeWISON
Candidate for
Judge, Small Claims Court
Resident of Dode County 26 years.
Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rMid]
Active on CJ.A. Committee (Lawyer's Divbi
Purpose, simplified set of rules of
procedure so that parties may represent
without an attorney.
Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8, ]\

THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE
(IM. Pol. Adv.)

m? ..A
ROGI
Your Con!
DISTtKT M. 1
PULL LEYER 434 j
His Record iptk
DID YOU KNOW???
Vaur ConstaM*, George Rofin. h. aerved over 1Mj
Civil Paper., and ha* inwaatigatad owar 150 homicidal
Roger*: ia a r equate of Miami Police *"d,*;7fac0f
nlz.d with Tn*tructor from tha FBI and U- of *'"T-j,
ha* tan. year* of law onforeamant experience w-n ^ ^
record > f g
Roger, haa raaidad In Dletriet in District 2 for '^J,el, |
member of Maaona. eHrlne. Elk.. Moo.e. D> v*"
i Oada County ftaaoytive Committee and Young Dc **y'
T
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Judge M
Chrii'
JUSTICE OF T&
District I
MM IS #\
TOR *****
Sol as Associate Jodge of ffce Small Cfc"*l
Daring 1954-1955
PRECINCTS 44 THROUGH *
PULL LEVER 40 A
a Of VOTE APPRECt
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


4, 1956
Shlodge
[nor Memory
>rt Balkin
Brilh men's lodge
a living memorial to
jrt j Balkin, director
H office, Anti Defama-
[of B'nai Brith.
[its designation as the
Balkin lodge, B'nai
group will be offi-
at a dinner dance
i at the Nautilus ho-
of reservations is
Fossey in Plan
| For Dade Zoning
1 Ralph Fosscy, candidate for the
county commUiton from District 4
-sealed a pfaui this week to do'
I away w.th "haphazard, day-hy-day
: zoning." *
fomtf said Wednesday "the
present thinking seems to be to
,keep zoning open by use of the
'In,enm ^Pe zoning. After an area
is so classified then individuals are
invited to apply fr residential or
industrial development DM.
"All this does is to invite spot
; zoning, all types of variances and
day-by-day zoning changes. With
this antiquated system we wind up
with haphazard and very spotty
use for the land areas of Dade
Page 11B
aside an area large enough, in the
western part of the county, for all
desirable industry; zone residen-
tial areas for maximum benefit of
home owners; work closely with
all cities to coordinate zoning ef-
forts
Sisterhood to Elect Officers
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will elect officers Monday after-
noon at a meeting in Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
Mrs. Israel Goldberg will preside.
'
*'indent. Stanley|Rabbi Albrt Gordon, of Mt.
, vice president, Sinai Temple, Sioux City, la..
; second vice presi- has been appointed director of county'.' At the i
Skop; third vice pres- Mid-West Council of the Union te no long range plan for zoning
of American Hebrew Congrega- a" of Dade coun,v"
lions. A native of Petroit and': F,Ty aid,his P for zoning
includes the following:
REV. ABRAHAM
Model
SEIF
Associated With All Hospitals in Greater Miami
Telephone JE1-3840
treas-
t Seiavitch;
Miller
cretary, Arnold New-
ig secretary, Gilbert
dian. Arthur Berkan;
Cygielman; and
i Feimster.
Jerald Rosen, Bel-
Lad Herbert Klias.
former army chaplain. Rabbi
Determination of long range land
Gordon will retain his present use needs for Dade county; setting
pulpit while coordinating activ-
ities among temples in eight
Mid-Western states.
Itrhood Slates Final Meeting of Season
Sisterhood of Coral Short business session will be
followed by a play put on by the
Sunday school dramatic club di-
Center will hold
ting of the season
ing at the Center.' rected by Al Roscoe.
cotMOOoaagoqagqa^
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BABY SHOES BRONZED
6"
Plating all Metals
... la all 1iim.it
last Hirer
Ctsser Nickel
arm Ctaisi
Cessna e toaauiH
$1
PRESERVED FOREVER!
far fait Service Vint Owr 'tout
LONDON PLATERS, Inc.
PLANT: MIOTOWM:
1010 I. Mrs. STBIIT 14 ISCAYNI BLW.
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1.95 up
$15.95 up
$29.95 up
lOrNM Marfelt mi trail
I CM00SI FROM OfM HUT ffiTU IK t fJR.
1 aRICTION IN MIAMI PLINTT OF PARKING IN FtONT
I CHAIR CO. 3101 N.W. 54th STREET
*
LETS KE-ELE4 T
W. M /Newt'
HUDSON
CONSTABLE
District NOa
Substitute tor It Year*9
Kxpprimnem99'
LEVER 42-B MAY 8th
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
ttHKT
iaR.
iRDISON
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STABLE
!\ Dade County
"-MSlraat fcv
i**'* tWMffc 14).
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Honest
ABLE
Experienced
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KEEP...
JUDGE GENE
Williams
COURT OF CRIMES I
"Qualified by Experience'
Pull Lever 34 B
MAY I
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
PEISOKAUZED SEIVICI
"AtT" "AMIW" "MAT"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wracks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Phones FR 3-2244, FR 4-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street
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VOTE FOR
Justice with Prompt Hearings
ELECT
THOMAS S. (TOM)
FERGUSON
JUDGE of COURT of CRIMES
22 ITears Experience as Judge
in Dado County
Age 52 and Resident of Miami 32 years.
As Judge of Small Claims Court and Juatic* of Peace handled more than
PREPARED AND*SPONSORED FIRST SMALL CLAIMS COURT FOR FLORIDA
IN DADE COUNTY.
First President of Young Democratic Cluba of Dada Count/.
Paat Stats President of Young Democratic Clubs of Florida.
Elected Delegate to Democratic National Convention 3 times.
Pas* Vice President of Miami Junior Chamber ef Commerce.
Maoook. Moose, Elk, Woodman, Eaatern Star (Paat Worthy Patron), and
member of Riverside Methodist Church.
I shall change present order and practice e* Court which roouiree de-
fandants to remain in Jail tor at leaat 5 days before a hearing is had.
I shall devote my entire time to th 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
1
Your Vote Appreciated RESTORE CONFIDENCE WITH
LEGAL COMPETENCE!"
Elect MORTON L.
PERRY
JUSTICE OF PEACE
District 3 Lever 41- A
PAST PRESIDENT Levin Lodge B'nai frith.
CHARTER MEMBER Miracle Masonic
Lodge
FOUR-YEAR DIRECTOR Beth David Men's
Club.
OVERSEAS VETERAN Air Force World
War II.
QUALIFIED ATTORNEY
7-Year Member Dade County Bar Ass'n. Civil and Criminal Trial
Experience. Member of the National Ass'n. of Claims Attorneys,
American and Florida Bar Ass ns.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


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Senior Judaeans Will HeW Conclave Aboard Yacht
Senior Judaeaa* will hold th.ir,Miami ZioniM ^ third annual conclave Sundl)
board the yachl "Shalom." owned
by Herberl Uniek, oi the On
Christmas Wages
Ail-Out Drive
M.irvm If. (Kedi Christmas i1-
COndttCtiag an all-out cam;
lor the May 8 primary for con
stable in District 1.
"I am making gft'ery effort to
reach the voters of my district."
Christina* said Wednesday, "in the
belief that they want a pledge of i rant.
courtesy and efficiency coupled) "And there will be no select fav-
wilh honest administration." lored few who will reap a harvest
Christmas added that he and his .at the expense of the people," he
worker! "have volunteered our declared.
Theme of the conclave will be
"The World is Baaed on Three
Things Tornh Service. Deeds of
i ovini Kindness
in charge of dtsoasatw are
Dave Goodwin, Bill Goldworm and
Stantej Baal Hlfhlight of the trip
will be a workshop on Israeli folk
led b| Saal.
Senior Judaea groups here are
I send, Nei Tanml. Zion and the
Israelites,
be violated in any fashionwith-
out the issuing of a proper war-
coon J. KIMIAU
Dade Chest Names
Kimball President
A well-known Florida banker
Sunday was named president of
the Community Chest of Dade
County which raises funds for 24
local health, welfare and recrea-
tional agencies and five national
organizations.
Comer J. Kimball. chairman of
the hoard of the First National
Bank of Miami, will head the Com-
munity Chest's 78-member board
of directors. He succeeds John B
Turner, vice president and mana-
ger of the Orange State Oil Co.
During the past three years.
Kimball has served as chairman of
the Chest's Federated Fair Share
rian which raises funds through 21
huge company employee cam-
paigns. Each time his division
went substantially over the top. He
served as vice president of the
Chest last year
W. C "Bill Lantaff. who led
the 1956 Chest drive to its $1,374.-
0O0 victory, was elected vice presi-
dent of the Chest. Other vice pres-
idents include Lester Barnhill.
John E. Shuey and R. Warner Ring.
Mrs. Stanley Milledge was re-
elected secretary and Leonard L.
Abess, treasurer.
services to bring to Miamians the
story of good government. If elect-
ed. I pledge that the people of my
(district will never have to worry
i that their door will be broken
"Inefficiency and lack of court-
esy will not be tolerated among
those I will choose as denutv con-
stables Those chosen for that func-
tion will be men of the highest
DuVal Advocates
Changes in Law
Harvie DuVal. candidate for
state representative Group 1, said
Wednesday that the technicalities
of the criminal laws which allow
known criminals to escape unpun-
ished "must be eliminated."
If elected. DuVal declared he
proposes to introduce legislation
that will allow the courts to accept
*s evidence in the trial of a crim-
inal case all material evidence
seized during a search by law en-
forcement officers, regardless of
whether or not the search warrant
l- technically proper.
DuVal said that "such laws are
in effect in most other state* and
should be placed in effect in the
State of Florida and eliminate the
possibility of persons known to be
guilty of a crime to escape because
ol a search warrant technicality."
Israeli to be Interviewed
Moshe Levin. Israel hospital
executive, will be interviewed Sun-
day afternoon. 2 p.m.. over station
WMBM by Saul Ashkenazi. Spon
sors are Zionist Organization
groups throughout the Greater
Miami area.
UEC
(5ERSTEIN

**
(ML
ASv.)
down in the middle of the night j calibre and integrity men with
or that their rights as citisens will I experience in law enformement."
Morger Reveals
JP Platform Here
"Edwin (Ed) Marger. candidate
for Justice of the Peace. District 5
Miami Beach, is a young Miami
Beach attorney who has alread)
established a reputation for civic-
mindedness and personal integri
t> his supporters declared
nesday.
A resident here for 14 years
Marger attended Miami Beach
High School and won his law de-
gree at the University of Miami
Married and the father of two
daughters, Merger and his wife
Kaye, were selected as Miami
Beach's "ideal Family" in 1955 by
the Miami Beach Junior Chamber
of Commerce.
Marger helped organize the Le-
gal Aid Office of Miami Beach, is
i a director of the Miami Beach Bar
Assn.. Elks, B'nai B'rith, Jewish
War Veterans. Junior Chamber of
I Commerce, Tax Payer* Association.
i Knights of Pythias and the Toast
Friday,]
mar,fltnV
Margers pUtf,-.!
Promises 'schedl?
for all cases."
i Aduhjw
j">ariitt
WhySHL,
Meet New |
Learn the Wafcj
Rhumba *i
NEW IMMtuifl
For Appoint]
PUll M|
1S34 **,*,,
FACTS... NOT FICTION!
At election time, promises glow the brightest, but the brighter they glow,
the foster they fade. The choice of County Commissioners is a matter
of extreme importance, and voters are not interested in fiction.
I. D. MacVicar, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, hot
served you for ten eventful years. Mr. "Moc" is running for reelection,
and he wonts you to have
( AIRPORT
UNIVERSITY
OF MIAMI
MBDICAL
SCHOOL
PUBLIC PARKS
Florida
Jl
JACKSON
MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL
ANO OTHSRS
FMS FACTS
When I. D. MacVicar became a member of the Dade County Commission 10
yean ago, our Miami International Airport handled 428 thousand passengers
annually. As a direct result of MacVicar's strong leadership, our expanded
airport accommodated 3 million travelers last year. And it is still growing.
A new airport terminal and other airport improvements are now under wsy.
20 thousand people are on the aviation industry payrolls, and the industry
contributes* healthy 130 million dollars to our area's expanding econony
each year. These are facts!
MacVicar played a substantial role in the founding of Florida's first medical
school which is an invaluable asset to Dade County and the Univsnjjr ,
of Miami. Future Florida Doctors will now graduate from a *
University. And that's a fact!
Mr. Douglas McKay, Secretary of the Interior, called our Dade County
Parka "thecountry's beat." Over 8 million residents and visitors coniwesefl
that fact as they visited our park* last year. I. D. MacVicar paved the
way for the building of some of our parka and the improving of existing
ones. It's a fact!
When the County Commission accepted the responsibility of the hospital
from the City just seven yeare ago, some 98 thousand hospital and cm
patients per year were being cased for. Today, that> number has been
doubled, because the hospital has been so enlarged and-improved, en
569 beds in 1947, Jackson Memorial today boasts 930. Of course, yoj,
taxes help pay the cost, but as Chairman of the Commission, I. D. Mac vx*
gave this vital project his strongest support. Them art facts, too.
And it Ve fact that the Dade County Auditorium, the Ssequarium,andV*
bment* of Mr. "Mac's" sdnuaxrtrst**
caya Art Museum are all arrnmpljstswsgiil
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of ..IT Aimin.ir, Coral Oablea
Apr. U while vlaitinic ;. friend'
Miami llea.-h holt I. Rhe came
nix year* a*,> from Tentun \ i
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riving ..!. her husband, i... ,,i, v"
tM.na. Mclvin jind Arthur Mamuel iw .
brothers), inriu.iinn Hldnaj n
Miami; a alatc-r and two grand, hi.....,,'
BjrvWi ...... A|.r. u In .;..i..r, ;
runeral Home, with fintl,,, ... w, .
and burial in Trenton.
HENRY LIEBMAN
vt. ..f 1WM MerMHaa av ,n. ,i \|M
IN He ime hen- Raven leam .lK
ii..in New York CJty, A retired life
Inauran.e aaeiii, he was member of
Temple Bmanu-El, Hebrew \..,.i..,1,,
and Zionlat < >i xniiixati>.n .,f \, .
ii. waa founder of feenlva ...
I.ush in IlriMiklyn. ami Wfei i,,.,,
treasurer of Ongreajatlon Torari \.
death thera Rurvlvora Include .. .n
He).....in. who is ureaMerH ,,f >,,!
Houtheaal region. Zloaial i
li..ii of America! a da ugh
Bernlre Honlc; a brother and
Kin ml. Ml.In ii Serft'lcea wet, Thlirs-
day In New nnrh -flofdon I
Mom.-, with, burial ill Ml Mil in
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
550S N.W. 3rd it
Phone MO 1-8201
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of i|..,H, HW ,,., .....
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2"V,"hh,V,,r' Mr" l;">< Bruce; one
';J'W\. d two arandchll-
Tvl.e an were In
Home in haiire i... ally,
MRS BORUCH HOLMAN
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H i aon,
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krt in N. V.rk, with
[aI limn. hai'Ke of
p. KAUFMAN
Miami avi .li,-d Apr.
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vivtm daughter,
ii, a me here
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Elect
ISEPH A.
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State
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Re-elect
JESS
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
"My camRB4n promise i*
the scone: I never use my
position in office for personal
gain and i hatt always
work for the best in abyem
men! for our county."
The Vote is
County-Wide
PROGRESS WrTH JESS
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple Be.h shdom
4144 (hac Jve Linrrut
Rabbi LeON Kroni-ii
Agudath Israel
7801 Carlyle iv. Orthodox
Rabbi Isaac E\tr
Fri evening service- 6:45 pjn
Sat. morning < rvicei I ;'1
Sermon Topic:
"Envy and Jealousy
i .....=, ,i m mm am
Anshe Emes
2343 Coral way
Beth David
2625 S\V 3rd awe > matrvattvt
Rabbi Yaakov Rosi nbi no
Can inn Wn i 1AM W I ii""-'''
I : ,,. 8:15 p-tu
Topic:
"C
'
M
M- and Mr- I
Hialeah-Miami Springs
951 E. -Hli l K"
Rabbi Boms HaCKOVMCV
twtmtat s '-s rm
I '
The Rartfttd Amoepherc
AcntcMi
9 am.
Sternum Top
"We**N P'"'
Homestead Center
LSI NT let) -< HaaMttead
-crrul.t r
MjORRH I ;'
Friday evening crvicai .'.-.?
II KfLRMIR
, venial service* 8:15 r'"
Benson Top
I jiin
(,, a Mental Health Waal
nd IOOtR anniversary ot birth of
Pi Sigmund I rcud)
1045 am' Giftsf ftoMi of Services
CANDUUCHTIHG Tim
Irar 23 6:35 pjn.
4?
Bar Mitzvah n of
n! Mi- Judd R Breakstone
Hollywood Beth Sholem
1725 M wd
,;it e
: Iirir
Temple B'nai Sholom
\W IS 3rd -t Conservdtite
CANTOR Bin I'.nossBrac
Fri evening services I:t9 pm

Temple Emanu-El
Beth El
5 I SW I7tl
Rv ( \\ : OR I > GaRTBNHAI -
6:45 p n
:
s, ;
'thodnxv l\oc\
of (>io*aJ(ei
(1 .'-t in icriei on "II
in Ji i
i
Beth Emeth
12201 N\V 7th
Fri evening service- *'" P n'
s.i* morning services *. 9:10 am

Beth Israel
4000 Prairie BVC Or'
RsBBI 1! LOUII RlTIM *\
Fri. evening service- o V pm
Sat. morning a
Sermon Top
The Relif Personality"
i
Beth Jacob
301-311 Wa-hirrcton ave Or:
Rabbi Two* Siirn
Cantor Mm rm i Mami hbi
Fri. evenii I p m
St morning icrvicee 8:30 am.
Sermon Topic!
"Orthodoxy us Tend Judaism'
Beth Raphael
135 NW 3rd ave .;o>d...x
Rabbi Arif Bi'kir
In. evening -ervice 6.30 pm.
Sat. morning lervicai h 3c am
Sermon Topi,
Ego tad the Moral Law"
I
Beth Tfilah
935 Euclid ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Jomi-ii E RaCKOVU y
Fri evening service* 6 30 pm
Sat. morning RtfTWei I > am.
Sermon Topi,
"Our Duly i, Re ~.\ 'u.
Ini ii ______a______________
Coral Gables Center
320 Palermo ave Liberal
Rabbi M Cantor Irvmq Roar
Fri evening services 8.15 p m.
Sermon Topic:
' Parent-:.m Good and Bod
Sat morning service* 9 45 a m.
Bar Mitzvah Jeffrey. son
Mr and Mi- Frank Gabor
Flagler-Granada
50NW5MP1 Cm.enatue
Rabbi Lro Hum
Fri. evening fervicet f> 30 p m.
Sat. morning aeHlicei ... 9 am.
Sermon T r
"To Know and to D.i"
Hebrew Academy
918 6th m. f)r;i
Rabbi Ai i xavdfr Cross
Fri. evening nervice- (, }0 p m
Sat. morning service* 9 d m
Sermon Topic:
'Wee^lv Portion-
< i. .i -muimwwwuw ". uw i-jwr .waif r i ,m
Hollywood Temple Sinai

kPTRO
,'l Hill KMI N
'
ICCI ...9am.
S I
/'
Israelite Center
3198 sw 2tl -.r luaraaWtx
v XIM RVSK1
I'tMl'H SOU II SM
Fn evening atrvicei ft V) pm
. S .-0 a m
Sermon Top
tt rrlr.lv Pc
Kneseth Israel
1419 Euclid a\e. Orth
R ^BBl Jos mi F. Cam CANTOR Abraham Si ii
Fri evening ^cr\ tees 6.15 pm ]
Sat moraing icrvicai 8:30 am
Scraaon Topic:
'The [nditldual and the Commiourv
Their Respondbilir) to Each Ootfter"
^ ii^Wii* nym i i.nmj
Lauderdale Emanu-El
1801 S Andrew* ave. Ft Lauderdale
Reform
Rabbi M.rii Rav*on
South Dade Jewish Center will
hold Friday evening services at
Sunnet Elementary School. Ad-
dressing the 8:30 p.m. service will
be guest Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
of Elmont, N.Y. Oneg Shabbat f.,|
lows.
WIDOWH,
oa
*,l
^ Mai:
*t ii,,,. _
c*NT0t faujil-
Wfi.
[ton a\e. dm R.A LCHRMAM
rOR Pint IP Bm MM1 R
. 5 and 8:30
:
. :nnie tmC V a m.
on lopic:
P :,>!"
Charti
and Ml I in*"
[lection Time at Hand
Election time is here for in.-
Miami Women's Unit of United
erebral Palsy. Monday night
7. there will be an election of offi-
and board member fur the
coming year. Meeting wilfbe held
at the t nn. ilin.c, 1618 SW l>t ,L
J
u
:
Temple Israel
KB 19th -t Ref
Rabbi Jikivii Narot
Rabbi |aCOI KaPLAN, Rabbi Ementuj
Cantor Jmmb Bornmhs-
I n rveaaag atrwcai 8:15 p.m.
S.-rmon Topic:
D I S .:munJ Freud Weaken or
>fe'ii;thr Our Religion'"
(on the QCCBRioa of the lOflth anniver-
oi the birth ol Dr. Freud)
^at morning 'crvice ... 11 am.
Bar Mitxvah Richard. Son of
Mi- A Albert (Jrecn
?
r
>
Temple Zion
57:0 SW 17th i Coiuervarivr
Rabbi Ai i rid Waxman
Fn. evening services 6:15
Late fn services 8:30
Sermon Topic:
Mountain* of the Lord"
S.it morning *ervice ... 9
"Momoriolt should express the
dignify and inieerify of the
Imdirliool"
'\
* Let nn. how you memorials J
| of quality and good taste J
I that we have installed in the J
| various cemeteries in Miami J
I and vicinity.
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
y*:

Tea 2 Story WUtO BwiUimm
9253 S.W. It* St. Pfc. tS-0249
p.RR.
p m
a m
Monticello Park
164th st &= NE 11th ave.Coniertatne
Rahbi P^\. Lj RrR
Fn. evening er\ices 8.15 p m
Sermon Topic:
Helpful Hints to Parr
Gucat -p.-a..fr J,Tdge Walter H.
Beckham. of Juvenile and Dome-tic
Relations Court
'-.a morning service- ...9am.
Bar Mitzvah Joel Ira, Son ol
Mr and Mr- Sidney Weiner
Miami Hebrew School
1101 SW 12th ave Orthodox
Rabbi Simon April
'""ss ir Birfi r Kn FvirR
Fri evening service* 6 30 p m
Sat morning services g:Jo am.
Sermon Topic:
/< WVlrh a rHerting or a Curie'"
Bar Mitzvah HovwrJ. Son i
Mr and Mr. Nathan Goldberg
North Dade Center
I36W W Dixie hwy. Comer, atnr
Rabbi Hfkby Okoi M \
Camob Mai Ri<:t Sir
Fri. eveninr service* 8 15 p m.
Sermon Topic:
/- /udai.m a Rehfion'"
Sat morning service* g 30 am
Bar Mitzvah Barry. Son of
Mr and Mrs Harry Betofa
^*xaM^B*^^iaK*xMeaaaBBaBBi*xea
North Shore Center
75'h t. Convenat.ve
Rabbi Mam Abramowii;
Cantor EnwARr. Klmn
Tn evening services 8 15 pm
Sermon Topic;
" Sigmund Freud ,he Man and
and the jew
Sat morning services 8 45 am.
Sermon TopK
"Weekly Portion"
Bar Mitzvah Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs Edward Breaker
Stuart, ton of
Mr and Mrs Leo Stcinman
...... ^
Bar Mitzvah Cerald. Son ol
Mr and Mr- Herman Wcjm
Tifereth Israel
65fKI K Miami ave. Conieriatu e
Rabbi Abraimm Hfrson
m Ai bi kt Clantx
Tn evening services 8:30 p.m.
Sermon Topic:
The Implement* of the few"
Sat. Morning services ... 9 am.
Sermon Topic:
Strength of Conviction"
Bar Mitzvah Martin, Son of
Mr Irving Diamond
Torah Temple
1254 West ave American fudaitm
- Rabbi Abraham Cashh.
Rabbi Lot is. Osn
phrt Ciittiry Charge*
0aa Saadtrrt
Zamora lewish Center
44 Z*mora ave Conservative
Rabbi B Lpon Hi rwitz
Cantor Ri ikiitm Brill
Fn. evening services g: 15 p m.
Sermon Topic:
The Youth of the Future"
Sat morning servicea 8:30 am.
Sermon Topic:
' SpimuaJ Strength"
Bar M.tzv^h Ralph. Son of
Mr and Mrs John Fre.hman
Doom Unveiling
The Dedication ot a Monument
to the Memory of the Late
will ta\e place
Si nday May 6th
1 p m at
MT. NtBO CrMFTERV
Mrs Daum is survived by two
daughters. Mrs Helen Sgarlata
and Mr- l.illun Weiss; one
aster. Mr* Fannie Daum; and
ttiree brothers. Morris, Harry
and Jack Dublcr Services will
be conducted by Rabbi Morn*
>kop Thurmond Monument
Company it ,n charge of ar-
rangements Friend* and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Justice
DISTRICT
Faithfully
fr/cf for ffe
hearing over I
and criminal
ON HE*
IS PROOF Of
QUAIIFKAT
^GUST BROS lv.
lit hi- rt* r I '
Re-Eli
GRAI
Stock
row
COUNH
Progress
%Iverybody s Dade
Commissioner
Won flit Ontstoiiding Good Govenww* A^*
Notional Junior Choml>or of Coomb"*
first ttrni in off kt
.fated
Your Vote Apmreei


4, 1956
+Jeistrk>rldlnn
m
iping concerts in Miami Beach and
Dade county auditoriums, Elman
I will be heard in a performance of
jConcerto for Violin and Orchestra,
|op. 61, by Beethoven.
Mr. Bitter will conduct the or
chestra in performances of "En-
: counter," bv Charles Turner, and
Symphony No. 4 in E minor, op. 98,
by Brahms.
LEGAL NOTICE
Pago 15B
LEOAL NOTICE
THE
COUNTY JUDGES' rniiRT
ESTATE OF
I'.KS.SIK KAl'PH.
No. 37753 A
LEGAL NOTICt
.....
ised
CH4 HMN
Istill Object
ilar Appeal
bman. who will appear
liwrsity of Miami Sym-
Htn. John Bitter, con-
iky 6 and 7, has been
music idol for three
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME 1 AW
NOTICE is HBRRKY CIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to
business under tii.- flctltlntis i......
TRUCK MART at 1141 N. w 7th Av.
ntio, Miami, Intends to r.-i't"'. Knl'l
rnmi. with the i lii I. r .f the < 'in ui t
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROONF.T THICK SALES, IXC
a Florida Corporation
BERNARD HUTNEH
Attorney for Amiliiant
411s ulvmrhi n'dc
4/tO-n 5/4-11
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WIMM THERE PHE8-
BKTS SHALL COME, CREF.TINc.s
Whereas. HAIMIY R. SMITH. MIA
M! IIEAI'II, FLORIDA: ALMA
HCHWART5!, MIAMI BBACH, FUR-
1IIA; DUB WALLACE, MIAMI
REACH. FLORIDA did on the ImIi
day of April, A.D. 19.">3 cause to be in-
corporated under the provisions at the
ucnernl corporation law of tin- State
of Florida* CAROL LEE AI'AltT-
I MKXTS, INC., a corporation, with Its
fi 1 ii. 11>;I place of business at Miami,
lade County, In the State and whereas the proper officer* of
such corporation did on the 18th day
To U\Vl TO CREDITORS
ltd All I
and rt.rn.nrt, vvhj
saw.
file the same In thel, f.
ountj i uurtbouse In
' '' ,' '""' Florida, with n elBht
.'-' i'"1'....."on hereof. Said claim. ,
f";;......".' tm Petal
"' '>' lalmant and .,, i .
and Presented as ,f......aid
ml1!'':,;;;:",,-"^......**.*
Devted April ii. a D IIM
OEORCE i:\ccii
1 > utor of the
BESSIE RAICH
aBOROR CHERTKOP
Attorney f..i Rxe< utor
4/80-87 r. 4-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVBN thai
the undersigned^desiring to engage hi
-> under the fictitious name of
THE PHYSICIANS GROUP, at H:tl
North Ba: ihi re Drlt -. Miami :t6.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County. Mori
BENJAMIN Q. OREN
MARTIN B. BELLE
MAIItiei: RICH
B LlAVJD EPHTEIN
s VMCEL flERTMAN
KOVNER K MA.NX 11 KIM Kit
Attorneys tor The Physicians Oroup
114 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Pta,
i I I i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin fictitious name of
THE NEW VICTORY GARDEN
APARTMENTS, at 156 Washington
Avenue, .Miami Hcach, Fla., Inland to
register said name with the Clerk of
th Circuit court of Dadc County,
I'ioil.la.
SADIE ROSEDINSKY
PAULINE CHANIN, Owners
HAROLD BTRUMPF
Attorney for Applicants
911 Bta as n< Bldg.
10-17 S/i
Estate of
l i ..(sed
iving symbol of endur-
greatness, for he has
mn more recitals than
ki.fi.n> tho ntthlir f April. A.D. I5. cause to lie filed
before me puoiic. |n ,hf, ntUrf, nl the .SV(,r,.,ary f sute
Jill the master Violinist of the State Of Florida, a duly authen
extraordinary gift,
itone," is a byword.
nan recently gave a
[recital in Carnegie Hall
; birthday. Olin Downes,
[critic of the New York
ng the event wrote:
|the wisdom of expert-
I long development to
today: he has also
Jjous qualities he had
i came to America in
[year, the noble glow-
ind the breath of
at place him apart
er violinists."
! musically vigorous and 4,
ring new horizons, El-
[again traverse America
as soloist with the
nphony orchestras, and
IN
t lea ted rcHnliitti.il adopted hy the
stockholders tinder the tM-ovisions of
aald Chapter 0S. Florida Statutes.
showing the dlssc.lotion of such cor-
poration.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certlfv to the fore-
going and that he in satisfied that the
requirement!! of law have been com-
plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set niv hand and have
affixed the ilrcat Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the Sixteenth
day of April. A.D. Ir..
R. A. liKAY
Secretary of state
(Heal)
S/4/M
ay and Monday eve-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAAV
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the nn.ierxlKinil, desiring to engage in
business undnr the fit tltioiis name ot
KLEIN S >N LINCOLN ROAD, at KM
Lincoln Road, intends to register said
name with the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Daile County. Florida.
ANNA KOPK1ND. Sole owner
KOVNER & MANNHKIMEIt
Attorneys for Anna Kopkind
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beiich. Florida
:. 4-11-1H-2S
. -TJl? C,RC.UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
K5 DADE COUNTY IN CHANC-
ERY- No. 189313
JAMES DONALD EVANS, Plaintiff.
vs.
MILDRED BVANrt, Defendant.
TO: Mildred Evans
tt Morton Avenue
Allrenv. New York
Yon are hereby notified that a com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer thereto
on plaintiff's attorneys. Weinstein,
Welnsteln & Weinstein, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer In the office of,
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before Hay L'l. 1S or a default will
be taken against you.
Dated April 1, I9r>.
E B. LEATIIERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE Jit., D.C.
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
'Mi' N- SAUCER, at 137-139 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends
to register said name wtth the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROSEBAR FOODS. INC.
A Florida Corporation
JOSEPH PARDO
Attornev for Applicant
404 Seyl.old Itldg.
-4/27 r./4-ll-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
InderSigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
iSTo.VK'S DEPARTMENT BTOR1
16S9 N W. ITtta Street. Miami. Florida.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BENNIE BTONE
ELRY stonk
Attorney for Itennie Stone,
Department store
4/LI-2U-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHANNON PARK SERVICE STA-
TION, at*Mil N.W. 22nd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Fla., Intend, to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY I. COHEN. V, share
4/27
PAIL MILLER, Vi share
.-./I'.II-IJ
OTIC FOR
HARVIE
Duval
State
Representative
-GROUP 1-
kjrowfifj of Experience
Ability and Integrity
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
TONIGHT
* i.
.**
?0 RACES NiGHTtf
QUINltUI EVERY SsCt DAIl" DOUBLE ll&2nd
BATIi OPEN 6T (, -to PM POST. TIMF 8 00 P M
N0 MINORS ADMITTED to or ,
ADAiiSS/ON 50c
PAPERS FOR
... .,.
Slot. Supervised Porinwtuet Wog4K
WSCAYM^k
in msitt siiwiiM m.%. tm* an "
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, CP.EKTINt;.-
Whet
MAI.VIN BNGIsANDER,
MIAMI BBACH, FLORIDA
CEI.IA DIAMOND.
MIAMI It EACH. FLORIDA
JACK J. QOl/D,
Ml \MI BBACH, FI.OKIIC,
did on the 2nd dny of July. AD. I,
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 60s, Florida
Statutes. I A 2 51 :12 CORP., I
oorporatlon, with Its principal place of
l.usiness at Miami Beach, Dade Coun-
ty in the State of Florida, and Where-
a- the stockholdets of stirli corpora-
tion did on the Srd day of April,
\ I IfM, anse to he flleil in the
office of the Secretary of State of the
Stale of Florida, a Consent of all the
si.., kholders under the provisions of
Chapter MS. Florida suitute*.
Showing the dissolution ol such
norntlon.
Now. therefore, the Secretary
^..,,,. does h< b) certify to the f.
going and that he is satisfied
the i i-oulrements of la h..M
"'!vKiw,TNi:ss WHEREOF. I
have hereunto sel rnj hand
hav< af.'lxed the
Seal of the State "f I
at Tallahassee, ". rapltal.
this tiie Tw< ntj third day ol
April AD
R. A. GRAY .
(SP m.i Set rotary of
I 5
cor-
ol
been
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT- OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1W591
LI'DIE JENNINGS, llalntlff.
vs.
I'I'.KSS JENNINGS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PRESS JENNINGS,
residence unknown
You. PRESS JHNNINOS, are hereby
notified that a Bill, of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and vou are rci,uiie of vour Answer or Pleadinx to the Hill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor-
nev, BEN ESSEN. 1014 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Ckrk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 28th day of May. 1956.
If vou fall to do so> judgment by de-
fault will be taken against poll for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tliis -".tb day of April. A.D.
B, P.. I.EATHEK.MAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dadc County, Florida.
By JOAN COI'RNOIJER,
(Circuit 'V1Urt Seal) Deputy Clerk.
4/27 .-/4-11-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37732-B
In He: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM S. (SOLDRN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: .
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of WILLIAM s. GOLDEN, de-
-I |Hte of IHide County. Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
I...... County, and flic the same In
th. ir offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
( alenda: months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dri -- of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
ill i,. barred """ 7^3.16 of
the IMS ProhBta Act.
Dated April 14, A. D 19-i.
ELIZABETH GOLDEN
Executrix of the Las v\ i
.,., i Testament of v\ illiam
s i IOLI 'EN, I a*ed.
RICHARD I LEBEN
Attorney for Execul
.:. 4-11
IN THE" COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37451-A
In Re: ESTATE OF:
Fit El > EHHIONKRANZ ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i'c:
You. and each of you arc hereby
notified and required to present any
i Ja: ms and demands which yon, or
either of vou. } have against the
estate of PREp KilllLNKKAN'/.. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the Dade County
Coio-th-iuse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of :he first publication hereof.
Said claims or. demand* to contain
the leirnl address of the claimant and
to lie sworn to aaid presented as afore-
said, or same will be bailed See
Section 7JS.16 of the 1*41 Probate Act.
Dated April % A.D. 1S.
IEANETTE EHRENKRANZ
and
lilLKERT EHRENKRANZ,
Executors of above estate.
'JOSEPH ZEMEJ,
Attorney lor Executors
6nr, uncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
4/27 5/4-11-1*
NOTICE is
the undersign*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OI\ I--.N thai
desiring t.. engage in
bualness under ih^ctlilom i"m o
i:i:i:k/kswi:pt FXXID '.'^'1!
IMK N Miami AVO., Mlmil.
|ntwlds to regl-.., ... I name
the Clerk of the I'cUlt
ade County. >.,, W,KSK].
MiM VIN I MCROKF. Attornev
*i7 Lincoln ltd.. ML.mi BmCB, Ha.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
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HASHES HMMf THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA)An intensified anti-Israel propaganda campaign in
Tunisia conducted bv the Arab League is bringing disquiet in its wake
among Tunisian Jews. This despite assurances by Premier Habib Bour-
nilba and his moderate Nea-Destour leadership and the presence ot a
Jew in the Cabinet. Although Tunisian newspaper editors have re
mained "correct" in their references to Jews, it is feared that further
pressure will have an effect on them. Meanwhile, more Tunisian Jews
hae registered this week at the Jewish Agency office here for immigra-
tion to Israel.
TUNIS (JTA) Problems confronting the Jewish community of
Tunis as a result of the present political and economic situation eras
-uulied here at an all dav assembly of the Federation of Jewish Com-
munities of Tunisia. The delegates resolved to continue Jewish activi-
ties in a spirit of dignity and loyalty to our country but without sacn
ncing anv tu-.- with world Jewry and its age-old traditions." Charles
Haddad. president of the Tunis Jewish Community, was elected to head
the Federation.
mm IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
MUNICH (JTA>The bulk of the Jewish 'illegal returnees in the
I oehrenwald DP camp have been transferred by the Bavarian state au-
thorities to the Ludwigsfeld camp, on the outskirts of Munich. Affected
were 84 former HP's who had trickled back to Germany some years ago.
mainly from Israel without visas or residence permits. The Ludwigs-
leld stone barrack* house non Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe for
the most part. The Foehrenwald residents transferred there are those
who expect to emigrate to other countries later in the year. Left in
Foehrenwald are about 50 "illegal returnees" consisting of those who
either are onlhe point of emigrating, or else who have little hope of
being able to leave Germany this year.
PARIS (JTA)Francis Caillet. secretary- of the Poujadist delega-
tion in the French National Assembly, has resigned charging that there
was anti-Semitism among the 49 deputies It is understood that M. Cail-
let and other deputies of the party are also concerned over the presence
ot Nazi collaborators on the party's newspaper "Fraternitie Francaise
BONN iJTA)West German authorities have announced that May
fi is the last day on which individuals can file suit in German courts for
the external restitution" of jewelry, silverware, antique furniture and
cultural property taken to Germany illegally during the war by Nazi
army and government agencies or by individual Germans, provided the
property has been located in Germany and can be identified there. The
Paris Accords." which the three Western Allies and West Germany
concluded several years ago. state that anyone who was dispossessed of
his property through larceny or through duress, during the wartime
German occupation of non-German territory, or anyone whose predeces
-or in title was so dispossessed, may file a claim against the present
poaaeasor Of Mich property for its restitution in kind.
BRUSSELS iJTAi Queen Elizabeth and members of the Belgian
Government were cheered when they appeared at a mass rally here cele-
brating Israel's Independence Day. Camille Huysmans, Belgian elder
stateman who headed a Belgian Parliamentary delegation that recently
visited Israel, told the rally that he believed that there would be no
war in the Middle East
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
MONTICELLO, N.Y. (JTA)Problems facing American Jewry, in-
cluding relationships with Israel, the acute teacher shortage in Jewish
education, were discussed at the 56th annual convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America, the national association of 600 Conserva-
tive rabbis, which opened here last week. The convention, which lasted
tour days, alao discussed the archeology of the Dead Sea Scrolls at a
special ses.mn Principal speaker at the session was Dr. Immanual Ben-
Dor, visiting Professor of Biblical Archeology at Harvard University
and Deputy Drector of the Department of Antiques of the Israel Govern-
ment.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)The Jewish Publication Society of Ameri-
ca, at its 68th annual meeting held here, reelected Edwin Wolf, 2nd.
..- its president Other officers elected were Justice Horace Stern. Sol
Satinsky and Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, uce presidents; Myer Feinstein.
treasurer: Judge Louis E. Levinthal. chairman of the publication com-
mittee: Dr. Solomon Grayzel. editor: and Lesser Zussman. executive
secretary.
DETROIT (JTA)A dinner for James R Holfa. a vice president of
the Internatii.nal Brotherhood of Teamsters, here last weekend raised
S265.00O which Mr. Hoffa said would go toward the building of a chil-
dren's home in Israel. Among the members of the committee which
sponsored the $100a-plate dinner was Bishop Bernard J. Shiel. of Chi-
cago.
NEW YORK (JTA) A check for $250,000 was presented to Dr
Mordecai Kaplan, founder of Reconstructions movement, at a dinner
here celebrating his 75th birthday and 50th anniversary in the rab-
binate. Nearly 1.000 Jewish leaders attended the dinner at the Waldorf
Astoria hotel, which was sponsored by the Jewish Reconstructions
Foundation. The check will be used as an endowment for Reconstruc-
tions work.
WASHINGTON (JTA)A week of confused reports about the pos-
sible sale of arms; by Japan to Syria was climaxed here by an announce-
ment from the State Department that it had approved in principle the
sale of munitions to the Syrians by the Japaneseexactly one day after
a denial by State Department spokesman Lincoln White that such ap-
proval had been given. In his second announcement. Mr White said
that the United States had been approached by Japan on the matter
and that American approval had been given.
LATEST WIRES fROH ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Israel Parliament has approved a meas-
ure for a 50.000.000 pound emergency defense tax proposed by the gov-
ernment and sent the bill to the Knesset Finance Committee. The bill
was adopted by 56 fo six. with only the Communist party voting against
it. In a second vote, the deputies upheld the government's foreign poli-
cy. In a vote on a variety of bills dealing with the governments policy
the Mapai-led coalition received 48 vote*, a Communist motion received
six votes, a Herut motion, four votes and a General Zionist resolution.'
four votes.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Fund raising ahad has brought Israel onel
billion dollars in the eight years of its existence. Ehafca Dobbin, mem-
ber of the Jewish Agency executive, reported to a -world conference of'
the Keren Hayesod. fund raising arm of the Jewish Agency.
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.v. May 4, 1956 +J**i*tirh>rMi !" "** %  *. Unusual 'Wedding' Cerenionylyjil Be Setting for Temple Israel Fete Sisterhood will be instXd a, *? fig* •• WlU be mother final luncheon of ,he year MoniaJ Zlr£7n 'u ^ and vice I noon. May 7. at the AJgiersI nd w u^r Harry V Si !" "<" amid the novel >ett,ng of a wed S?S W "" am S Baren wil1 ding. 8 3 ld -, t h ;best man and maid of honor. Mrs. Harold Thurman. tn^cr of uZ7< 1* !" ^* MrS Jack ceremonies, will perform ,he mar Mr^ H nr mrsch" *L2 ***" riaice ceremony with Mrs. Miriam tarv Mr, PI^ i f,nancial ** re Kobley. president of Sisterhood ,f M r £ gSSjtT 1 %  """ %  t^iW. the bride. Vice Mrs! S^Bg g {* North Shore Group Names Mrs. Pincus Page 5 B* trons of honor. Bridesmaids will include past presidents of the Sisterhood and the newly elected board of directors. Mrs. Norman Rossman will sing, accompanying herself on the piano. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will sanctify the marriage. Mrs. Samuel Schwartz is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lee Meyer is in charge of hostesses. Mrs. Max Hojtsberg will arran | decorations. Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson is chairman of financial art j rangements, assisted by Mrs. Jaca Krause, Mrs. Sol Cohen and Mrs. Henry Nelson. Mrs. Aaron Kanner is chairman of entertainment, and j Mrs. William S. Baren is in charge : of publicity. Mrs. Frank Schaffran is chair man of reservations for the affair S. rMtOlD THU9MAM \k and Sisterhood Gables Center lule Concert TA and Sisterhood of Coral Jewi-h Center wiH present kit concert Sundav evening unfit direction of Robert Strassrth school choir will offer till cantata. "Voices of Isl" with soloists and narrators. edby the Sunday school lr' rendition of the cantata, |ptc Israel i(b pieces hive been specially. for the Sunday eoecert sburg. who is director of kind'activities at the Coral Jewish ("enter. Uo planned is a performance [the Sinfonir-tta of the Center. |y will introduce instruments of ] ensemble and also feature a Hinn of the "Toy Symphony" jdn. Members of the group nstratin? their instruments [Dr. Charl.-. Rosenfeld. violin; Green, viola: Rudolph Nettle I Henry Berninger, cellos; RusIBroughman. double bass; and Sonya Klein, flute, who will play a group of dances by .Beethoven and Grieg. •tor Irving Robinson will preJ group of American folk N-wlv-ol^ptpd officers 0 f Nor1h Shore chapter. B"nai B'rith Women, were installed at a luncheon Wednesdav in the Matador room of the Seville hotel. .Mr* Jack R. Wein, past president of North Shore chanter, past president of ^V Florida State Iteration of B'nai B'rlth Women's chapters and district chairman of the Americanism and civic affairs committee, was installing officer As part of the. program. Mrs. Wein reonrted on the recent State Federation convention at Havana. Mrs. Emanuel Pincus was installed as president. Greater membership for North Shore chapter was the keynote of her address. Retiring president Mrs. George Baltuch, newrv elected to the presidency of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters and incoming vice president of the State ; Federation of B'nai B'rith Worn-' en'j Chapters, will continue to serve North Snore chapter as counselor. Other officers installed were the Mesdames: Sam Belsky, Benjamin BerkowiU* Sam Pomerance. Louis Rolnick. I Solomon Rosenberg and Milton Shaw, vice presidents; Milton Peorlman, treasurer; Irving Kleinman, assistant treasurer: Joseph Schwartz and Frank Menkes, administrative secretaries; Abraham Kahn, recording secretary; M. Ginsberg, Michael Kahn and S. Schwartz, corresponding secretaries; Michel Pierce, financial secretary. The Mesdames Charles Kollin and Charles Reichenthal. assistant financial secretaries; Samuel Rudmck. auditor; Charles Marks, social secretary; Murray Ratner. historian; Mark Silverstein. sentinel; Morris Crist, guardian; Stanley HhilHpK honorary president; Ber nard Hoffman, Mark Silverstein, Jack R. Wein and Dan Wolfson. trustees. Advisory beard (past presidents of B'nai B'rith) includes Mrs. Lester Arkin, Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs. Karl Greenbece, Mrs. Harry Jacobson, Mrs. Benjamin Kimmel and Mrs. Louis Marks. Chairman Mrs. Mark Silverstein and co-chairman Mrs. Louis Cohen were in charge of arrangements for the function. -VOTE FOR 'JIM 1 JAMES M. NOEL for SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT TEACHERS and PRINCIPALS: Lei's Get Pay Raises, End Fear, Favoritism lefl Have • Heed Who Will Hoar Our Views end Opinions Pull Lever 22-B MOTHER DADS: lei's Taocb Oar Children to Read, Write Mod Spall left Put the lest Teachers in First 3 ELECT 'JfiM 9 NOEL u t %  Business nUn in Charge of Y oar $40,OO,O0-a t oar Sasiness and faw* fui y nn i* X aa vat Want to Mala Jim Nool Gol llettedrhene 11-6-1721, tl-6-9021 or • 1-6-5511 or Dr.p by 16350 Biscay no Boulevard (Pd. Pol. Adv.) % If YH Clvb to Elect < Myervm club of Pioneer *ill hold election of offii Tuesday evening at Beth El gation Mrs. Sonya Bobbins an ol the election meetpM P* of Armritis *w Thermo.Cyclop.siOV oisei cyclo-masaag* nod £* %  • ft, comfortable %  %  %  will aid relaxation •J"P relieve the pain com*|Mociaied with erlk*. 1^ Thtrmo-Cyeioihad i the w eoaive research to P6v?u ,im .P ,e *J-*o-ee P* Py'cal modality pro"AGARA ^J-41st St. ^"WNSTUIIOII : *** ILICT (3ERSTEIN "I A' • V (Pd. Pi... Adv.) + + Dade Need a STRONG County Solicitor ELEC T Richard Taylor COUNTY SOLCITOR TAYLOR SAYS: H It vitml tmmt Dedo etoct a firm vim*9i arosecofor. The mmtt V I years ha we seea nmmmttd failures hy the afsf off ice-Overseas Nifhwey Semmiml, Homo lm)roen.ent BHM ttort candoi, A.fhority fceadal, Fake TV Ktpmir Casts-IT IS TIMl FOt A CM4WCF 1 Pull Lever 32-B on May *th and Elect RICHARD TAYLOR Bade County Solicitor (Pd. Pot. Adv. vlmYeude YmBtdHa at the OR1DA NATIONAL |flP2> Our Capita' and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and loans Makes This One of the Strong Banks in the Nation *, ... you know you are doing business* with one of the strongest banks in the Nation. A bank that provides for its customers •very worthwhile Banking and Trust service in quiet, spacious banking quarters, that reflect the character of a dependable financial institution. r Forcar M me duPotU Building 1 hew frm parking !" B __ w^ May we be of service to you? 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Page IB +Je*ls********* Top Woman Golfer Is Cited by Hospital The "all-American charity golf collector of Miami Beach"—Mrs. Tonya Simons—has been awarded a citation from the Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami in recognition of her fund collecting effort at this year's Miami Beach Open Invitational, according to Max Orovitz. president of the hospital Present for the ceremony were Samuel Gertner. executive director; Mrs. Louis Glasser. outgoing president of the Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary'; and Mrs. Murra> A Shaw, chairman of the Auxiliary s collection committee for the golf tournament. Money raised during the week-long tournament from Mar L'l) I< 25 :idivuled equally between Mount Sinai and St Fran eis Hospitals. Mrs Simons, who has been an side in ^>lf eolleetton*' mr main Charitable 'a'clitltf^., "*& Jfi a and the Normandy ShoreI blub since their beginning, ind iI iresentljc histtirian of the Miami Women's Goli Assn She i the i rlonor "1 the Renry Simons Trophy lor the Men's Annual club chain bionship at • the Baysbore goli > r e \ \ residenl of pfaaaJ Beach since I93A\ Mr*. Sjsnjnons habeen an goli player all during this time. She lives •( 2801 Meridian ave. = _Jii d fy : M a Y < 1 5 Mr. and Mrs. Ixivid frovus ingnt and ien> join with chairman Jacob Sher and. Trustee of Israel Mrs. Frances N. Rubin at testimonial luncheon to Mrs. Monte Seliq. Mrs. Rubin is a threetime Trustee, and Provous, himself a Trustee, is one of the largest purchasers of Israel Bonds in the past two years in Greater Miami. C\ N Socigf Gotherii, | of All Kinds parties weddings luncheons receptions lof •traticni Jf l<6b> ayony On •*, 3een, 32nd to JJ'd Vi. i I'.l i ul \A\ ) I arseilles "TEt.N* FOt AU^J • % %  •VMti • p_ HOTEL St i2* V J!2 k ^~ ***** ****** free rmrklm§ Air CaMUfiM,* On the Ocean 1741 Collins Avenue Mj flm| r.1 G od Foed 1225 Washin., Miami Bcacr. Jtiiitl jUiiiiiWh 2228 PARK AVE. Ml AMU-IE ArOM .n **ourinq PHI at STIAK JOE MOONEY QUARTET DINNERS I mms*&& M to 10 P a • — $2.95 bade Chapter Will Install Officers Annual in-tallation of Dade chapter. National Children's Car ritfc Hospital, will take place on Wednesday mornins. May 9, at the Algiers hotel. -Chairman is past president Mrs Clementine Kemp Co-chairman is MrJessie O. Marcus, founder president of the chapter Hoateasm are all past presidents. Mrs. Ger-! trude Lacbs, Mrs. Charles Raab. .MrJulius W'einer. Mrs, Wolfie Cohen. Mrs. Berd\e Krlanger and Mr-. Leonard Wolfe. %  Ticket committee include* Mrs. Pauline Seitleman. Mrs Manny Rich. Mrs. \;,t C!a and Mrs Her nard LowenthaL Ufa Leonard Wblfe will b' installing officer.md will pre-, ivci to tin llartie Sosna, incoming president MrHenry WaRakin, president, wi\ present gifts to outgoing offi i Ai'ernoon program will ba led by MiAngela l'erillo bad Mrs Selma Glass. TXJGUST BROS Ry c *^ Is the BEST' •HALF BLOCK FROM PLAYHOUSE THEATRE" CANDLELIGHT INN ii! 3131 COMMODORE PIAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:30 to 10 p.m. Serving Lunchtom PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8-21M Kif Siiad CwfctaJfs Steoks, • and Stof.n'j iji FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.**** HI I ft BLUE ROOM OIUJ% BfACH SUPERB Oil PLUS Dinner Millie *%, SID LEWIS l ORCHESTRA BEEF and BIRD fear Httt Tear *••** M immlm t Jot Cohen & Monny Smith • t|n BEEF and BIRD Far SM • %  tirt Family A Selection f*r Everye $3.95 none higher NOR M AN D I t TAU"ANT Try 1 ..liny-..., jj For the Finest Dmer MICHEL'S Strictly Kosher RESTAURAM PARTIES, BAR MITZVAH8, WEDDINGS and SOCIAL OCCAS PERMANENT MASHGIAH ON PREMISES •40 71M STtllT, MIAMI IEACH PHOMf UN OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN Fr— Parhing Air C"i| Arthur-Wilde's Seafood .Harbor ON TriioccAHvrr 193rd ST. (THE IDEAI^ RESTAURANT) COMPLETE MEAT r POULTRY $135 IMNNER from I COMPLETE SUF00D DINNER $135 fron ROAST PRIME RIBS off BEEF S%35 OftiNe*...'-..;.' 2 WHOLE BROILED MAINE LOBSTER S~50 DINNER .. 2 CHILDREN'S DINNER .97 DELiaOUS HOME COOKED MEALS 9fJEHi — WEIR DAYS .."4:30.10 00 IUNDAY 1 : 10. 10:00 Clo$eJ MM4..S FHONI 116-3551 L FRIDAY NIGHT 7-COURSE DINNER STRICTLY KOSH8U, jntal WM with Sacramei Mil ISmktm A •I Utt. K %  >. ulW. %  TXt, lul.lnl|t E$. MR. HOTCHUa Jl 1-tlH ,*h ^ ..._ _. iu. •• UI U I but C.IIIM Ava. at ITHi M. Mlrt kid -1 ...v. added a rj osher kitchen' *Vrttl:to their banquet facility or information call Koaher Catering Department j*| 44th AND COLLINS AVE. *( a.* 3r Hi5



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Page 14 A -Jvhlst* fk>rk #an Friday,. Gerstein Vows He Will live Up to Job' Rallies Push Drive Of Pomerance Former assistant county solicitor Richard Gersloin was bney this week winding up his campaign for the office <>f state attorney. Gerstein continued. BS he DM been throughout the campaign, to tell supporters that when elected, "1 will make a hard-hitting, straight-fronvthe-shoulder state attorney and live up to the importance of the Job"." Supported tinweek by The Miami Herald and top dvk le throughout the Greater M Gerstein pointed to the fad tli.it he has prosecuted more than l 'Hi; .i 1 before juries in the I %  three yean. The candidate revealed that "my %  ill includes IT convictions in 18 bookmaking letters ol commend \ uud Gerstein is vice president of tlie' Young Democrats oi Florida and] II \.i! Knights "i Miami Elks • of American I egion i In 1995, he was president of Achievement MOH i Kelly Disscusses %  T he ability of Hocks Pomerance ,., work together with all law .MI vn.:es .s one of his ,,,.,,, ats as candidate for table. District F.ve." Bti Weiss and other < i\ ileaders told .„, overflow Crowd a' the Workmen s ( ir.le this week. Mis West* Miami Beach leader and pioneer resident, cited Pomerance'i ievn years work as a |c tective and police m I n "which !,. him dose cooperation with I Bl sheriffs office and all police departmentin the state. MO other candidate for constable lias among enforce%  he said. I., n Coleman and Carl Gardner thai Pomerance is being I in all Intelligent voters i ,. he i bed oualified for the .b. Although he won >urte,v pr UM b eg uieh B niee "orMe also achieved %  record with .:,, Department V: he w..s tops among police officers for bringing in %  run rials. Yet he r p. (ted the rights and ity of Miami law school sheriff Thomas J Kell) Is run "• %  ;,,! hum:in Wlln Alumni Assn. ^ ning on his live whom'he came in contact." During Wolrd war II. Gerstein was a i itoi Hying bombing over German] and received the Distinguished Plying Cross \Jr-Medal, as well a u „ ,, ()|ji e Hvm .,„ u l)t Assn „ <-, Vl( Heart, as a result ol being partially blinded by enemy Dak on a raid. |y Improved law enforcement romerance. married with two which he has brought t" Made children, has been living on Miami County." he declared In an inter Reach for 15 years. His memherview with The Jewish Floridian ship includes the Jewish Veterans. \\ ednesday. Hollahan Has Plan For Apportionment Sherifl Kelly pointed put that League. Elks, 8*0*1 aVrith and Jayduring his term ol %  %  has '' brouj 'it the ;..* payers of Dada Vice Mayor Lee Howard, of COUBty "• number of improvements Surfdde, and Dr. Stanley Coltume which ineiu'le: meanwhile advanced the Pomer* "Establishment of sheriffs da ance candldncj bj citing his nup.-.uiiicnl sybstations in strategic merous honors as a policeman to points oi Dada to liva bettei pro indicate Us gred record of honcs, tection to people living in unincort> and achievement." The Record Proves He'sBestfoti RE-ELECT JOHN B. ORR JR. State Representative GROUP 2 A Man of Courage, Experiew and Ability PULL LEVER 17-A iPd. Pol. A K fudge George Hollahan to... gathering oi Dade county women porated an ii week that he would propose "Bemoval >i politics in employenforcement officers for the sherlegislation tor reapportkming the m< n "' Peraonnel, and on the-jub Ufa department. ,, ., „ „ f nill> „.,, ,. training for those employed in or: %  Establishment of sheriffs de 11 % %  '• %  PfBepn aaenUtlve^ol the (i( r tha( they may render more efp;irtim n t „ un radio system at a legislature by the same mathticim \ service to the tax payers. saving of dollars to tax payers and od thaHs now used for the appoint-Sponsoring of the Florida Polment of circuit judges in the van ice Academy to provide a continuOUnties. inn source of properly trained law A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS "When you needed me / was always there. Now we need you.' Don'f forget to vote tor my husband" ... LOUIS SHAFKIN FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 Thanks, PULL LEVER 42 B YETTA SHAFKIN I Pd Pol Adv i ——— speeding service. Sheriff Kelly said he helieved "the people of Dade county are interested in continuing this program of honest, able law enforce! ment He has been endorsed by i the Dade County Tax Payers' Assn. and other groups for reelection. Miller Urges Support Here Rolling into high gear during the last week of campaigning, Nathan Anderson Miller, candidate for Dade county superintendent oi public instruction, told supporters i during county wide rallies that he is the "'only candidate for the of-' fire who has had both teaching and administrative experience in the county school system." Keep a Hood Man on the Job PULL LEVER 20-A VOTE FOR — RE-ELECT TOM KELL Sheriff of Dade County SHERIFF KELLY has • Brought Efficiency to Sheriff's Dept. • Sponsored Legislation to eliminate vicious f*| system. • Relentlessly fought crime and hoodlums. • Served the people honestly aed well. 1P1I. Pol A'lv '_ MR. Pr.WEK.VIK SEZ: ALL CANDIDATES AGREE ON ympeaAks RESTAURANT 67th & IOIII\s AVENUE .Miami Beaeh and PUMPERNIKS PANTRY THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN ELECT Jimmy SULLIVAN PULL LEVER VOIK SHERIFF SULLIVAN SAYS: 19-B • As sheriff, I will cooperate 100% with police departments in our m and the Dade County park police. k t • I will set up a narcotics bureau to combat the increasing dope roc County. • I will reassign the road petrol to give better police protection to our %  ** • I will give the taxpayer the best protection for bis tax dollar. ELECT THE MAN WITH EXPERIENCE^



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4,1956 04VID C. W/LllNGER i, Willenger mge Vows J p.m. double ring cereJRabbi Irving Lehrman's temple Emanu-El on Sat.'.28. Miss Arlene Maxine lighter of Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, of the Westover ni Beach, l>ocame the _ivid C. Willinger, son of "Mrs. Israel Willinger, [Canada. J honor was Sheila Cooper. [was Lawrence Newman. selected a ballerinapvn of imported white ly lace and nylon tulle with fitted jacket, Ires and bouffant skirt, ttiered French illusion Veil was attached to a cap Bg lace and seed pearls. white orchids on a de is a graduate of the Private of Miami Beach I School of Business. She nddaughter of Mr. and Cohen, of the Contillel here. Winger is a graduate of fi High School in Canada I with the IS. Army. At IB in business in Miami IJie ceremony, a formal (inner was held for both families. The couple are [their honeymoon touring Montreal. California I'port their return, I make their home at 2931 lave. guests were Mrs. Al .Forest. 111., and Mr. I^o Petchenik, of ChiMKS. HAROLD UUMAh Miss Levy Weds Harold Bellman Miss Clemence Josephine Levy became Mrs. Harold Bellman in 2! p.m. wedding rites on Sunday, j Apr. 29, at the home of her i brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. Newbauer, 4411! Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. Rabbi Abraham Cassell officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Henry Levy and the late Mr. Levy, pioneer developer here, of 940 17th St., Miami Beach. Her husband's parents are the Julius Bellmans, of West Palm Beach. Given in marriage by her brotherin-law, the bride chose an ice blue waltz-length cotton lace dress with tight bodice, full skirt, elbowlength sleeves and scoop neck. A matching tiny hat and old fashioned bouquet of sweetheart roses completed the bridal ensemble. Maid of honor for her sister was Mrs. Julian Newbauer. Flower girl was her niece, Jan Gail Newbauer. Burton Engels was best man. The bride was graduated from Miami Beach High School, attended Vanderbilt University and was graduated from the University of Miami. She is a former national officer of Alpha E p s i 1 o n Phi sorority. Mr. Bellman graduated from St. John's University law school, as well as University of Miami law school. His fraternity was Gamma Eta Sigma. He is a member of the Florida and Miami Beach Bar Assns. He was in service with the Army Air Force. Following their wedding trip to Nassau, they will be at home at 4182 Case ave. after May 10. Talianoff Will MC lodge Installation George J. Talianoff, recently installed as president of the Flori* %  "State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will act as master of cerei monies when the slate of officers jfor Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge is officially installed at the Saxony hotel Sunday evening, May 6. George Kronengold will be inj stalled president. Other officers | to be installed are Jack M. Fink. vice president and president elect for 1957-58; Daniel M. Broad, Irving Schatzman and Charles Wein' be*g, vice presidents; Harry Milton Lazer, recording secretary; Joseph :A. Kogos, treasurer; Edwin Mar'ger, financial secretary; Michael Sossin, monitor; Abraham Swartz, USittMt monitor: Nathan Kushin. warden; Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian | and honorary life member. Trustees arc Barnett Beckerman, Allen Goldberg, Gershon S. Miller, iJack August, Paul Seiderman, Harold Turk. William Agranove, Alvin Hellman, Sam A. Goldstein. Past presidents of the lodge will be especially honored. They include George J. Bertman. Walter C Kovner, Harry Zukernick, Godfrey K. Newman, Samuel W. Shapiro, George J. Talianoff and Michael Sossin. Miss Susan Talianoff, young coloratura, will be guest soloist. Program chairman Edwin Marger and co-chairman Irving Schatzman are assisted by Jack Fink, Paul Seiderman, Charles Weinberg, Al Hellman and Sol S. Goldstrom. 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Page 16 B aWicfl/fcrAttl/? GLOBAL SHORT6 HASHES HMMf THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA)—An intensified anti-Israel propaganda campaign in Tunisia conducted bv the Arab League is bringing disquiet in its wake among Tunisian Jews. This despite assurances by Premier Habib Bournilba and his moderate Nea-Destour leadership and the presence ot a Jew in the Cabinet. Although Tunisian newspaper editors have re mained "correct" in their references to Jews, it is feared that further pressure will have an effect on them. Meanwhile, more Tunisian Jews hae registered this week at the Jewish Agency office here for immigration to Israel. TUNIS (JTA) — Problems confronting the Jewish community of Tunis as a result of the present political and economic situation eras -uulied here at an all dav assembly of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Tunisia. The delegates resolved to continue Jewish activities in a spirit of dignity and loyalty to our country but without sacn ncing anv tu-.with world Jewry and its age-old traditions." Charles Haddad. president of the Tunis Jewish Community, was elected to head the Federation. mm IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS MUNICH (JTA>—The bulk of the Jewish 'illegal returnees in the I oehrenwald DP camp have been transferred by the Bavarian state authorities to the Ludwigsfeld camp, on the outskirts of Munich. Affected were 84 former HP's who had trickled back to Germany some years ago. mainly from Israel without visas or residence permits. The Ludwigsleld stone barrack* house non Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe for the most part. The Foehrenwald residents transferred there are those who expect to emigrate to other countries later in the year. Left in Foehrenwald are about 50 "illegal returnees" consisting of those who either are onlhe point of emigrating, or else who have little hope of being able to leave Germany this year. PARIS (JTA)—Francis Caillet. secretary of the Poujadist delegation in the French National Assembly, has resigned charging that there was anti-Semitism among the 49 deputies It is understood that M. Caillet and other deputies of the party are also concerned over the presence ot Nazi collaborators on the party's newspaper "Fraternitie Francaise BONN iJTA)—West German authorities have announced that May fi is the last day on which individuals can file suit in German courts for the external restitution" of jewelry, silverware, antique furniture and cultural property taken to Germany illegally during the war by Nazi army and government agencies or by individual Germans, provided the property has been located in Germany and can be identified there. The Paris Accords." which the three Western Allies and West Germany concluded several years ago. state that anyone who was dispossessed of his property through larceny or through duress, during the wartime German occupation of non-German territory, or anyone whose predeces -or in title was so dispossessed, may file a claim against the present poaaeasor Of Mich property for its restitution in kind. BRUSSELS iJTAi —Queen Elizabeth and members of the Belgian Government were cheered when they appeared at a mass rally here celebrating Israel's Independence Day. Camille Huysmans, Belgian elder stateman who headed a Belgian Parliamentary delegation that recently visited Israel, told the rally that he believed that there would be no war in the Middle East ON THE AMERICAN SCEN E MONTICELLO, N.Y. (JTA)—Problems facing American Jewry, including relationships with Israel, the acute teacher shortage in Jewish education, were discussed at the 56th annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the national association of 600 Conservative rabbis, which opened here last week. The convention, which lasted tour days, alao discussed the archeology of the Dead Sea Scrolls at a special ses.mn Principal speaker at the session was Dr. Immanual BenDor, visiting Professor of Biblical Archeology at Harvard University and Deputy Drector of the Department of Antiques of the Israel Government. PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—The Jewish Publication Society of America, at its 68th annual meeting held here, reelected Edwin Wolf, 2nd. ..its president Other officers elected were Justice Horace Stern. Sol Satinsky and Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, uce presidents; Myer Feinstein. treasurer: Judge Louis E. Levinthal. chairman of the publication committee: Dr. Solomon Grayzel. editor: and Lesser Zussman. executive secretary. DETROIT (JTA)—A dinner for James R Holfa. a vice president of the Internatii.nal Brotherhood of Teamsters, here last weekend raised S265.00O which Mr. Hoffa said would go toward the building of a children's home in Israel. Among the members of the committee which sponsored the $100a-plate dinner was Bishop Bernard J. Shiel. of Chicago. NEW YORK (JTA) — A check for $250,000 was presented to Dr Mordecai Kaplan, founder of Reconstructions movement, at a dinner here celebrating his 75th birthday and 50th anniversary in the rabbinate. Nearly 1.000 Jewish leaders attended the dinner at the Waldorf Astoria hotel, which was sponsored by the Jewish Reconstructions Foundation. The check will be used as an endowment for Reconstructions work. WASHINGTON (JTA)—A week of confused reports about the possible sale of arms; by Japan to Syria was climaxed here by an announcement from the State Department that it had approved in principle the sale of munitions to the Syrians by the Japanese—exactly one day after a denial by State Department spokesman Lincoln White that such approval had been given. In his second announcement. Mr White said that the United States had been approached by Japan on the matter and that American approval had been given. LATEST WIRES fROH ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel Parliament has approved a measure for a 50.000.000 pound emergency defense tax proposed by the government and sent the bill to the Knesset Finance Committee. The bill was adopted by 56 fo six. with only the Communist party voting against it. In a second vote, the deputies upheld the government's foreign policy. In a vote on a variety of bills dealing with the governments policy the Mapai-led coalition received 48 vote*, a Communist motion received six votes, a Herut motion, four votes and a General Zionist resolution.' four votes. TEL AVIV (JTA) — Fund raising a ha— d has brought Israel onel billion dollars in the eight years of its existence. Ehafca Dobbin, member of the Jewish Agency executive, reported to a -world conference of' the Keren Hayesod. fund raising arm of the Jewish Agency. NAT "••I Ml la* *H. M %  ORTO\ TIRE IT. S. ROY I* MHOWf DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR h with Blowout-Proof Ml We hflV# It! New Serfetf A 0 U.l. toyl Ma,*tef| fhe oalv Hie with a fk*IWe efoe/ Safety Crewe)T~ that mokes tread BtOWOUT-ftOOFI AMAZING TESTS rROVfc IT! KING SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OLD HI 10c GETS YOU ROLLING j;:,r EASY CREDIT ST-SJ to a fin 0 0V11 3J VIARS DtAUMO ASSURES YOU Of BETTER VALUE + lETTER SERVICE NORTON TIRE" MIAMI 500 W. 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Page 8 B If 1 II i <^fn the June 10 Rites for Martha, Gordon The betrothal of Miss Jean Milewski and Gordon Neil Gerson is announced here. Bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Milewski. East Cleveland, O. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Cer.-<>n. 995 W. 8th st., Miami Beach. Miss Milewski is a student at Emory University in Atlanta, where • %  he belongs to Fleur-de-Lis club, honorary scholarship group. She attended high school in East Cleveland. Gordon, a graduate of Culver Military Academy, where he was tenth in his class of 170. will enter Emory medical school in September. He receives his undergraduate degree there on June 8. His fraternity is Alpha Epsilorf Phi. The couple wll be married two days later at The Temple. Atlanta, with Rabbi Jacob Rothschild officiating. They will return to Atlanta to live in September. The groom-elect la the grandson of late pioneer Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld. who came here from Key West in 1916. Medical Student Judith's Fiance Dr and Mrs David R TeNon. Brooklyn, N V announce the engagement ni their daughter, Judith, i" David S. Ziramon. son of Mr. and M^. LouJj H. Zimmon. 2660 SW 25th tor. The bride-eled i* an alumnae of the Edgewater School. Greenwich. Conn., and Brooklyn College. At present she is a graduate student studying for her Master of Arts degree at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville. NY. Mr Zimmon is a graduate of Miami High School and Emory College, and is completing his aaeond year at the Emory school of medicine in Atlanta. Ga. He plans to enter Harvard medical school in September. The couple are planning a June wedding at Atlantic Highland, NJ. Richmond Girl to Be Berlin's Bride Planning to he married in Temple Bethel. Richmond. Va in August are Sybil Bernice Saslaw and Robert Simon Berlin. The bride-to-be is the daughter • I Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Saslaw. Richmond. Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin, 5841 La Gorce dr.. Miami Beach. Miss Saslaw attended Ohio University and Richmond Professional Institute. She now is a student in the Pan American School, Richmond. Mr. Berlin will be graduated in June from the University of Richmond, where he is president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. MISS SYBIL SASLAW MiSS JUDITH ULSOM MBS. KURT BRAND AIRS. SIDNIY WIDIAH Miss Shapiro and Sidney Widlan Levine, Steiger Plan f Of July 29 John Phyllis Levine and Erwin Davd Steiger are planning a July 28 wedding at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steiger, 3611 SW 15th sL The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine. Portland. Me. A graduate of Westbrook Junior College, she is employed at the Maine Fidelity Life Insurance Co.. Portland. Her fiance is formerly from Akron. O. A student at the University of Miami, he is proprietor of the Alton Glass and Mirror Shop, Miami Beach. Mr. Steiger served three years, with the Air Force. Miss Phyllis Harriet Shapiro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Shapiro. Longmeadow. Mass., became the bride of Sidney Widlan. of Miami, son of Mrs. Frances Widlansky, of Miami Beach, and the late Samuel Widlansky. Ceremony took place in Babbi Leon Kroaish's study at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday, Apr. 18. in 8:30 p.m. rites. Mrs. Peter Pantag**, ^sist^f of the groom, of' Miami *each, was matron of honor. William Widlan, af Miami, served as best man for his brother. An intimate family dinner followed at the Lincoln Manor \\ GUS? BROS i Rosen, Brand Will Live in North Diana Louise Rosen and Kurt P. Brand were married in Morristown, Pa., Apr. 14. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving R. Rosen, 8354 Byron ave.. Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Brand. Glenside, Pa. Formerly in the Marine Corps, he is a sales representative of the Philadelphia Electric Company. The couple will reside in WhiteThe bride is a graduate of High School of Commerce in Snrine:field. Mass.. and also attended American International College in Springfield. She was employed at the U.S. Armory in Springfield Mr. Widlan aUended 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 streetlength white and gold gown with fitted bodice, bouffant skirt, high neck and short sleeves. Her nose veil was attached to a pink flow •red hat She carried a Bible with orchid corsage and carnations. The couple will spend their honeymoon touring Florida. A "N 0 VNCINC tt epeninf of anothtr Smjtvim 9 DESIGN FOR BEAUTY SptcUlinna in Hair Tinta 71t BT.. MIAMI HACH Tal—ha— UN •. SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON •CLMAH MOTBL $tC*Hfe4ed A&Htt */ ( Mrs. Sadie Heifeti returns to Chicago Mav A Florida vacation with daughter and son-in-law T^ Jacobean at their South Venetian Way apartment ? "* Ch for Sadie are plans for the marriage of her jn-anan ? """"ai Neiman, rising young water color artist who has !" 8 !?' "H one-man shows in the Windy City. has alrea ,%  •Mvtat Wlfaf •ffktwt • IIIR-RO WAWtnaOTON AVtNOE, MIAMI REACH, Mfffci Talepheee if 3-5002 Atmoumme TRY „ or wAAff R'ar J # 1 Normandy Isle Chiropractic Cft* (Tltt St.). RHAAH REAR* Mm BTsVaefieaaF JPr. Mrmrim Hmrd • PHYSXUM 1 to S fa R svas. Sahaday &f H 4 UM 5-3191 4Rt4M79 u



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jtf HK... IS I SEE IT Continued #rem reg 4 A .hat an increasingly prevalent attitude of bigots in this js to combine hatred of Negroes with" hatred of Jews. FUSIONS OF RACB HATRED IWTHORNE, demonstrating a Faustian sense for playing iM jnst blind allegiance to untenable ideals, boasted of his %  tn Miami Jews in the anti-Negro issue. Hawthorne aside. '.oroblem of integration in Miami is as explosive a question n the South. Miami may as yet have no White Citizens Ft it has other matters with which to contend. L m Brady's booklet. "Black Monday." which is largely Led by White Citizens Councils and which concerns itself kh the Supreme Court decision, also vituperates: "It is [that attention should be called to the alarming increase of jn the ranks of Communist-front organizations of this a |] the nations which have ever been on this earth, the i of America has been the kindest to the Jew. •Shylocks' _.jn our literature. %  From the Jewish race there should Rosenbergs, Greenglasses or A'lger Hisses." rtedApr 18. I have an anonymous letter on my desk, which nry t >menon rather remarkable for_ its refusal^to^come [sociological possibility. "We don't want you jfids in Japan |t want you Yids in the United States," the letter informs me. fvmi have a country of your own why don't you go to Israel? are a superior and patriotic race. We can't have any anak-Je** iFagans, Shylocks, Rosenbergs) in our midst. elieve-the similarity here is accidental—the reference to land "Rosenbergs." No. White Citizens Councils may not lumi, but their philosophy is. And those Jews who find omiortablc are digging their own graves—as well as the Irs cNewhere across the nation. -Jfml&nrrlr**,, LEGAL NOTICE Page 13 A CERTiriCATE OP CORPORATE IN TUB O'MOLUTION THolw^r*," 0 V TH AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Tn ... FLORIDA r..>i> MIA I I.I, CpME. UREETINOrf' M i 5I"RS JK?*? *P !" M"IS5: v s\ \ ^v w'; f ""i'A. PHii,ip II. In,.' i>,-l i H '' :A ''" '•''•'•It .'; I I ". I KI '' MIAMI BEACH. I. id "" "" ,1,e '"> •'> Of July &• provWom of Chapter MM, Hut? .r 1' '. ."""" '"" n >. '" tka r. ,iI'" 1 :-". p h s v' Sl h %  '• I "" S3 „I ,,-', lh ; ; ,y f Apr* A D. I'.r.fi. ?"• '" '••• riled in ih...ffi f .,. H'MI.I.., ;i Consent of ;.il the *t,,,knoldern under the provisions of M M the involution ,,t IU rh corporation wow. therefore, the Secretary ..f mate ,1...... ht-reb) rertlfv i.. the foreBolne and thai h. I. satisfied tha the uZr^r r '• IN WTTNERH WHEREOF, I have !. %  ••. %  uiii.. ml my hand and have %  fixed the flreal deal of th.. State of Florida, at Tallahame, the ( apltal, thli th.TwentyFlfth da) ..f April. A 11 I'..,. H \ <;i:.\v ..-v,i. ^•"•' %  ••V pi TACY iwannee" •well nays (DY FOLKS! rm APPRECIATE HOUR SUPPORT ami VOTE illNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 BUSINESS ABILITY, IHUSIASM and PROVEN (DERSH1P WILL GUARANTEE INTY PROGRESS. May title %  • % %  II Lover 28 II fOrXTY-WIBE VOTE i IM. I'ol. Adv.) __ FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189787 ABE HERKOFF, Plaintiff, \ H I'CA HEREOF '•. I.. rn.h,ni NOTICE BY PUBLICATION r< I: KETtEfV \ HRRKi IF! %  •-:.: Ken] i vard i -IT Rnckaa %  ) l.'itm Island, Xi • Yurk TO!.' ARE HEREBY N'OTIFlBIl thai .1 I'i>ni|iliiinl For IH\ %  r.• been filed saralnsl rou Tea are heretoy required i v a a cop) ol youl [Anawei •.•! Plaintiff* attornevn rj'EN. ET GENET, 110 Lincoln Road, Mla| "il Be ii ii. ilot i.i.i. and file the original of said (newer in tiv offi. r the < %  !. ik ..r the Circuit Court >-r the above atyled Court, on or before th.ith da) ..i June, ISSe, otherwise, Decree Pro Confesao will I>H entered aaalnal you, I'.iK'il at Miami Beach, Da.de County, Florida, thli I-I daj of May, l5| E H LEATHERMAN Clark %  •< the circuit Court K>: I{ H. RICE, JR. liipiitv Clerk (Man GENET AGENET Attorneys for Plaintiff ij> I.i.ill.-.. In Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/4-n-is-:'; NOTICE TO DEFEND or OROER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801 VIVIAN Kl.SOAl, I'lHintiff. vs. JOHNNIE KLSiiM, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOHNNIE BLflOM Addreaa Unknown Tou anhereby notified tiiat %  BIO .'• Complaint for Divorce baa been filed seminal you, ami you are re.opy of your Answer Pleadlnc t so. Judfmenl by default iii be taken agalnsl you for the %  .i. HI. in. i. .I in tin Kill <.f Com|ii:< int Thla notli • %  shall be publl week for four consecutive in THI: JEWIHH i i.oiui'i \N AND ORDERED al Miami. DONE |-!-.II .... this -ml da) of May, A LET'S ELECT HARRY ANZIGER Your INSTABLE — 5th DISTRICT [M Surfside Bal Harbour Sonny Isles Islands North Bay Village Golden Beach f mmm m AS YOUR HI AMI BEACH INSPECTOR fOR MANY YfARS /jdl Lever 42-A for CLEAN EFFICIENT LAW ENFORCEMENT ^•im Appreciated May 8ih (I'd: Pol A.U l-:. it. LEATHERMAN, Cl< i k. fin nit Court, I ..,,1. i -.. J n; v. I loi Ida. B) JOAN COURNOYER, it) Clerk. ti ircuit <'"in t s... i OEl IROE \ l I BRIEN I too i ''ii< %  de i •• -"n Boulevai 'I Coml i Sables, I'! .vtt" ne) loi Plaintiff. :, i-i]-i*-:'"i RvEleet DECK Elllll ATTORNEY GENERAL (IM Pol. Ailv ) €n m LET'S MAKE OUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT PRACTICAL nor POLITICAL! IS THERE GRAFT AND CORRUPTION IN THE COUNTY GOVT.? If not, why do five commissioners "vote as a unit— a "Closed Door" combine'' WHY no fire department in the unincorporated areas? WHY triple insurance rates? WHY a double or triple water rate? WHY are millions squandered in building contracts with no supervision? WHY don't we have better roads for you to drive to work on? WHY no tunnels under the Miami| River to save you hours of travel time? Pull Lever 23-B Elect a Practical Man to Protect Your Interests! ROBERT E. RAINEY for a United Dade County A political advertisement paid for by friends who believe in Robert E. Rainey



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ml l 3= IJ&kUto&Mi Kutun Elected ter President Leon Kulun will succeed in Sisterhood of the %  e Center. ted this v the .' Sol Koei tarry hvn J^ Bitterman, vice presi. i-hil Krish. i,n Sirkus, fi rMcretaas Henry I.ozarous, g ,.;,! rl vishkoff, < %  < %  flM seen tary. ,,„.. David Rose and dbrwKz, sergeantf^freWMH ,„ n M chaplain. ___„ P age 7B Kneseth Israel To Honor Ten Abraham Finestone, president of, by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritKneseth Israel Congregation, this ual leader, who will make the week announced that the congregaawards. Musical program will be tion will honor ten men and worni presented by Cantor Abraham Seif. en for their "meritorius service I Men and wom en who are to reand selfless devotion to the con' ce j v0 the awards are Max I.ippm;. gregatioh and to traditional JudaSoloman Steiner, Isidore Ruppert, Ism at a joint meeting of the con-' M rs Frances Ullian. I. B. Ki ur.^ation and sisterhood Wednes; stein Jacob A Sachs Mrs Pear i | day evening, May 9. ( GratZi Benjamin Yager, Louu, Program will include an address Dublin and Mrs. Lena I'opkin. Greater Miami's 1956 Israel Bond campaign is launched at the Shelborne hotel with a panel discussion of "Israel's Destiny." Panelists are (left to right) Seymour B. Liebman Mrs Harry Gersten and D-. A. J. Ishlon. Attorney Malvin Ejiglander (right) announced the reception which introduced Israel Consul General Nahum Astar en May 2 at the Sevills hotel. More than 3C0 persons attended the brunch meeting. ionai Education Conference Due e on Personnel Crisis in Schools V "^etinc scooe arid achievements of .Ff\\ib ll;,s M "'V '• critjeal proportion* r Jewish education in this country. • %  throughout the nation. • 19, and all day Sunday, ish Education..',qongregations and Miami Beach conference is! liami Beach, it was anJewish relisi<*fj sehools in theI planned by a special committee • lhis W eek by the Ameii\ States oMS/>rMjp. Georgia, Alabaheaded eiation lr Jewish Edu-'ma. Tennessee and South Carolina! I will attend tmfWnferenee. which retar >' as the national scrvwill be key w tor Jewish education, Pilch, erican Association for JewAmerican Association for Jewish cation brings together all Education. Ilements in the American harjiej K Gottlieb, secof the febreau of Jewish' nofjd rbv Qr/J^ad KducatipigA)LC|||ter Miami. in community in a concerted to advance the standards, The conference will deal with the social and economic factors responsible for the present teacher EDWIN VOTE FOR A. C. Dressier COUNTY SOLICITOR P\ Upvrivnced E LE € T Ernest L SISTRUNK YOUR CONSTABLE District 2 13 Years Law Enforcement F.BJ. National Academy Graduate Able ..Honest (I'd. POl Adv ) %  v^-v^-v^-vNENCOURT for a BETTER COURT Ml! Justice of the Peace District No. 1 Lever 40-A Immediate PEACE BOND HEARINGS Night Court Trials without delay Jn Harmony • 4 i In all art, harmony brings a feelinc of reflfulness and inspiration. A beautifully designed memorial has the same effect. When blended with sky and trees and preen green grass it is an uplifting sight to all who see it—a lovely fitting tribute to the one whose name it bears. • • A memorial is one of the inert m[•ortant purchases you will ever maJ[e. Buy with confidence from an established dealer where service and satisfaction are assured. MIMORI&LS Of ENDURING BEAUTY H. Abroim, Genera/ AUnagtr DADE MONUMENTS INC. 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 Pull Lever 32 A EXPERIENCED Successfully prosecuted in past V/i years many important criminal cases as Chief Prosecutor of Trial Section of County Solicitor's office. QUALIFIED Practicing attorney over 30 years before all courts, including U.S. Supreme Court. A member of the National Association of County and Prosecuting Attorneys. 4 4 < i 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 \ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 teprinferf from MIAMI DAILY NEWS, April 13, 1956 DRtSSUVS ABILITY TRIED AND PROVHI A. C. "Ike" Dressier, who is now seeking election at county solicitor, hat all the qualifications for the office. Dressier has served as ehiaf of the trial and prosecuting section of the county solicitor's office sine* March, 1953. Much of tha credit for tho 90.3 percent record of convictions in the county solicitor's office in 1955 goes to him. He has been a practicing attorney for 30 years. A. C. "Ike" Dressier is conscientious and has the integrity, ability and experience to make the best county solicitor in the history of Dede County. The voters of Dade could do no better than cast their ballots for him in the forthcoming primaries end general election. A Record of "Conscientious and dedicated Public Service' A. C. COUNTY Dressier SOLICITOR PULL LEVER 32-A (Pd. Pol. Adv.) B I TMB| AR |JMf SERVICES YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING. SE ARE THE SERVICES I WILL OtlNG YOU.


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Page 6B + knlst IksHtor Frid a Y. Ma MRS. LtO ACKWMAH Miami Division Will Look into Medical Future at Meeting Discussion group of the Miami I ivision of National Council of %  rish Women will sponsor a sym ptsilllli, "Great Kx pert at ion •• in Medicine." a future look into medicine, including research and hospii.il planning in Dade county. Wedesday evening. May 9. at the home I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel, 56 >amana dr.. Bay Heights. Participants in the symposium will include Dr. Charles (". Hfllnan. associate dean of the University of Miami school of medicine ; nd coordinator of medical affairs at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. Ralph Jones. Jr., professor of r-edicine and chairman of the department of medicine at the University ol Miami school of medicine. Dr. Robert J. Boucek. director 01 research for Miami Heart Institute and associate professor of ir.ediiine at I'M medical school. Dr. Nathaniel L. Levin, clinical assistant professor of otolaryngol-1 i D :it U of M school of medicine. 1 v. il moderate the discussion Famly Service Sets Annual Meeting for May 13 at DiLido Mis Leo Ackerman. president of Jewish Family Service Wednesday announced the agency's annual meeting scheduled Sundav morning. May 13. at the DiLido hotel Mrs. Ackerman said "that as the membership of the agencv li now eonsidered to be the public which contributes to Community < he-t or the Greater Mami Jewish Federation, invitation to the brunch meeting is general and by reservation." Newly nominated for election to the board of directors are Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Ixiuis Krensky. Col. Nat Rood. Lawrence E Singer and Mrs Bernard Wall Nominated for reelection for another threeyear term are R Williams Apte. Mrs Leonard Beldner. Leon Kap Ian. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Mrs Sevmour Liebman. Bernard Pallant. Mrs. Sam Silver and Bernard Weksler Chairman of the nominating committee is Mrs. Harold Rand. "This year, the annual meeting i will turn its attention to community views and expectations about the Jewish Family Service." Mrs. Ackerman said. Opinions and proposals about agency program practice will be presented by a panel Participating in the panel will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams, president of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County; Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Jane Wood, feature writer of the Miami Daily News; and Albert Comanor. executive director of the agency. Reports will be made as well on the new community service programs developed during the past year, such as child placement and adoption and vocational guidance AEPhi Alumnoe Will Install Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Assn. i Luncheon u of Greater Miami will hold its anj u ian v ""Airmen vt nual installation luncheon Satur' wbauer ud Ma day at the Algiers hotel. hnKoU Mrs. e har | es f l Officers for the year 1956-57 will Wl11 *We the invocaUo he president. Mrs. Jesse Spirer; Marvin Zank ret vice president. Mrs. Fred Atlas; will be in.stallmg off"* corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jack | — Nades; recording secretary, Mrs. Norman Brown; treasurer. Miss Maxine Oberman; member-at-large, MrCharles Spector. Mrs. William Rafkind and Mrs. Edna Kaufman. Invocation was given by senior councilwoman Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. Eggnatz Will Succeed Mrs. Glasser as President Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz will succeed Mrs. Louis Glasser as president of Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary at an installation affair Friday noon in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Morris Goldin. who announced this week that Rabbi Leon Kronish. Temple Beth Sholom spiritual leader, will be installing officer. REFINISHING* ISA m P* W 3-5571 • II N W F,r,t 4„ fmr .1)1 T !" a, DINETTE TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS... from MUPMOlJTtIN6 $ SO 1 1 CMAH from *• N K'omc *•* Homrttrod PH.*. Jl Form Fitted Clear Plastic Head A Arm Protectors with Fasteners Sat of 3 6LASS *J* lvliY !" K >SI ^ %  ••We* Ml MONT HAT, mi WINDOW SUSS I~ A G. 4.1a*** and Mirror Work* ISS S.W. Its, STRUT WNJN1 PI S-272S Complete aid Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITU idkttoctCo. IS YSARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADI COUNTY ESCROWS a^STRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TH*a huar.SK. rallciet .1 Kansas City Tltla Us.ranc. Ce. Caa/fa/, $urp/ w t tcsarrti '"•• $3,000,000 124 SHOH ELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Luncheon Honors Home Volunteers Luncheon last Friday honored Council of .Jewish Women "volunteers"" at the Jewish Home for the Aged. The affair was held at the Garden restaurant. Hostesses were Mrs. Leo Alpert, Mrs. Norman Tatar and Mrs. Barney Hodes. Present were the Mesdames Harry Conterer. Isidore Morgenstern. David Newman. Alex Phillips. Charles Rhyon. Pete Silverman. Morris Wolfson. Manning Rosnick. Albert Spector. The Mesdames less Spirer, Harold Zeeman and presidents Leon Kaplan and Howard Grove. Unable to attend were volunteers AAJGUST BRo* GORDON RObFHiTm SHEET METAl WOttt M$.W.22s. A VI .T"J[1 txpsriencs^ MsnMl Al IX HI .Ol'l ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phono; ACME s-rsq SttfflY .La ift 9-5274 FR 34996 1 World, first HEARING AID bu"t completely withi, EYEO LASSES ... the remit of %  experience ... no eorda,aw buttons nothing to wer I regular glasses— prescriptim plain lenses—no ear buttoa, j • tiny colorless tube. LlSTENE] ... the worlds first 100* J Uaa multiple-transistor hetrafl aid built right into mooanii| g l a i aaa all popular Hrl* BE [Mmmrnvm m ii M *H. • %  1124 miw. PUl MAM omci 4S N.t First Av.nut LOCATIONS AUAPATTAH MANCH 1400 N.W. Mfh Si,.* FOR TOUR DADE FEDER reminds you to SAVE by the 10th j EARN from the 1st ; DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts opened or funds added to accounts en or before May 10th will earn drvMon* from the first of May. 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OBITUARMES '..h -1 serviceman ** firm rtll Apr. Jtin H • !• POPKIN 7.. died Mg lui. rurrivni-i mi. • *|vn With b %  .1. S9. M in nlatera :i ii %  i bur 1 Klvi i-l.l'SurmMil SCHNEIDER miner. f i i Slir ; KIM 10 in M nii burial Ii Ui.ru %  %  ||N BEfMAN STI W iiii.-i Memorial '"hap*! ..i : ., iim-menl-. Pag 13 B local *. %  i dl in A h.-i. ami MRB. BERTHA BYER of ..IT Aimin.ir, Coral Oablea Apr. U while vlaitinic ;. friend' Miami llea.-h holt I. Rhe came nix year* a*,> from Tentun \ i inomht-r ..f the i ti it) i of KaVtVn Sl.ir. llinlKKxah an.l B'nal Hrith *,„. riving ..!.• her husband, i... ,,i, v tM.na. Mclvin jind Arthur Mamuel iw brothers), inriu.iinn Hldnaj n„ Miami; a alatc-r and two grand, hi ,' BjrvWi ...... A |.r. u In .;.„.i.. r %  ; runeral Home, with fintl,,, ... w and burial in Trenton. HENRY LIEBMAN vt. ..f 1WM MerMHaa av ,n. ,i \ |M IN He ime henRaven leam lK „ II. .in New York CJty, A retired life Inauran.e aaeiii, he was member of Temple Bmanu-El, Hebrew \. %  .,.i.., 1 ,, and Zionlat < >i xniiixati>.n .,f \, ii. waa founder of feenlva ... I.ush in IlriMiklyn. ami Wfei i,,.,, treasurer of Ongreajatlon Torari \. death thera Rurvlvora Include .. .n He) in. who is ureaMerH ,,f >,,! Houtheaal region. Zloaial %  i li..ii of America! a da ugh Bernlre Honlc; a brother and Kin ml. Ml.In II Serft'lcea wet, Thlirsday In New nnrh -flofdon I Mom.-, with, burial ill Ml Mil in l.-l • IKlll.LrlJ IS*. IBM 1 ** ; „.,;.. •• %  • „, daw,. ,.f ,.,. -n .. H ^ RRV A BRAMOVITZ ..;\7.,*-V"„ %  >; % %  -.. .'.:..„%  .•., I,;-';, ..'• % %  •;„;.. A.,,;,;'; uZ;. .inn. Bea. h %  -•i II.wai Workmen Circle %  rid; I \"';,"'" X r :! "I Wver. %  M.-I..i,.l, Memor •hand iiiKioii avc with burial 1 .IM. terj ll-I.UIKh, %  one, Includlna Bdwardt'ljli 1 •in.,, aiater 'i.. .. ).. in Waah Mt. Blnal -flJ WA^W\^. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 550S N.W. 3rd it Phone MO 1-8201 "* s ~^*^-^**>**>**'+*>+*^\*^**^\~r*~r*m*^*'\„ ... HYMAN GOLDSTEIN of i|..,H, HW ,,., „„ „„„ M, ; %  ''•"• %  Baltimore, ;,''' Hi wai %  • retired ;..In. wife, 2"V," h h ,V ,,r Mr l; ">< Bruce; one ';J' W \. d two arandchllTvl.e an were In Home in haiire i... ally, MRS BORUCH HOLMAN I %  with burial lii VVawhlnrton \\ ..lia ^ n b] .i II II. i 'emel. He -I A-Mf0CL 0.'^*fklrKI MS. .SOFIA L, PANOFF IO~BLUESTONE llh -I I | I III, -I..I ..ill N V in i iiv.i meral ^^TKASSER i II. hh'-i Hi II..III, rived liter*, \. Hhlrlej flhrr Ml *?*• Kariln :. el -i.l,.ai fhaiM i • %  • i s %  • m KI ... I.I >. AN MACHSON lllh av. died Apr *... V V I N G V V ( D ,'> A ~ AN ASQCIATlOI 0" .r>. 0 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Servihg the Uwitk Community Since 1924 MIAMI'S ONE ^^^ GUARANTEED AND ONLY i^^^^m F NEST QUAl,TY JEWISH fl MONUMENTS MONUMENT ^ff !" l !" BUILDERS GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! All Monuments Custom Mode In Our Own Shops Within 3 Oays I CATIKING IXCIUSIVEIY JO THE JtWISH ClifMTItl Re-elect JESS COUNTY COMMISSIONER "My camRB4n promise i* the scone: I never use my position in office for personal gain and i hatt always work for the best in abyem men! for our county." The Vote is County-Wide PROGRESS WrTH JESS LEVER 24-B &f • rv.1 i-oi. 3277 -79-11 SOUTHWEST 8lh STREET .toft to Corner of 33rd Avtnve O^ii — %  —IS US? —L. Court vims Efficient 4 4 4 4 \\ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 \\ 4 4 4 Dignified Service] NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. [Newman Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH BHsfHBBHHBB I



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Movi 195S *^2!$Uk!3sUarL Page 9B feminine fain (JM the Goldman, vice .presidents tar president of Flamingo as recording secretary; Mary Horn t'r, B'nai B'rith Women, at'as corresponding secretary; Gussie Installation dinner and dancejWecker as guardian; Fay Soli-e teld jt the Oasis club on as. sentinel. Etta Rosengarten as historian; and Gert Kirshhaum as counselor. Retiring president Gert Kirshbaum, will continue to serve Flamingo chapter along with Jane Robinson and Lillian Newman. \\aat with Mrs. Sachs, Kitty Josephine Hammel and tie Fttsdmun will be installed luce presidents; Mildred Horoi as treasurer; Claire Brown as Thi Mesdames Judy Rutherford, Mrs. Clein Appointed Mrs. Ben Clein, 4360 SW 1st St., has been appointed to serve on the senior women's swimming committee of the Florida Amateur Athcorresponding secretary; Jeanette letic Union for the year 1956. Mrs. Brower, recording secretary; and Clein is secretary of the MetropoliIda Kirsch, treasurer. tan Miami Swimming As.sn. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIH Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only grives ttrtmgtr, fatter relief from pain of headache but U also $af*r. Won't upset the stomach and ha* no bad effects. Yoti see, Anacin is liks a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved e mingle drug can give such strong* yet such safe relief as Anacia HaMeis. W CPUt yn XTQ. Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PhoneJt 1 3i95 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER. ConA/cfor lischa ELMAN Sunday, May Mei-doy, May 7 %  "a, fieoch Auditorium at IM oet County Aaaitariaai at •:*> fcngle Tickets $3.00, $2.50, 12.00, $1.75, $1.90. $1 00 U. of M Sym. Off. MO 1-4S0; M.B. Aud. JE 1-0447; Dade County Aud. HI 6-9230; Cordelia's; Amidon's in Coral Gables MARfXD fOUT swd MVrM •• %  ••N GORDON and PONT KOSHER C A T i R I I S from fears e"eaert U a eeejaltte fcetrt. PHONE ••7W6 U/3 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI Uaaer ftefefeiaJcaf SesarvisJea OfW MOUSE WEDMN0S IAR MITZVAHS tlCEFTMNS TETIEY TEA IN A GLAS S • • Thati the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea • iu *ne*..."navor crushed Tetley lor fullot ir*ngh and stimulation .. richer taste and pleasure ... served in a §Uu or cup! TETLEY '•• %  Kesber' %  *i V *— LEVER 21-A for Joe HALL SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Read What the Newspapers say about JOE HALL "A* Associate oi W. R. Thomas, who I* not seeking reelection. Hall has, been closely identified with every administrative phase of the schoo .vXn • Joe Hall has an exceptional splendid background that will •nabS him to cope with the many4aceted demands that • inherent in jTWl.lXiaTlilnrT By experience, by educational background, by firsthSteMtoSi of our schools. Dr. Hall is oubstoadmgly equipped to nllX officeTsuperintendent of Dade county schools. He merits election." "For the past 24 years Dr. Hall has served the schools of Florida in a wide fff T^ mm He ha. been a teacher, coach, principal, university S^SSt^^SS for th. State Department of Education. T^ugh professional training and experience he ha. acquired the backJou^d and ability which qualify him to cop. with any


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4, 1956 +Jeistrk>rldlnn m iping concerts in Miami Beach and Dade county auditoriums, Elman I will be heard in a performance of jConcerto for Violin and Orchestra, |op. 61, by Beethoven. Mr. Bitter will conduct the or chestra in performances of "En: counter," bv Charles Turner, and Symphony No. 4 in E minor, op. 98, by Brahms. LEGAL NOTICE Pago 15B LEOAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES' rniiRT ESTATE OF I'.KS.SIK KAl'PH. No. 37753 A LEGAL NOTICt ised CH4 HMN Istill Object ilar Appeal bman. who will appear liwrsity of Miami SymH t n John Bitter, coniky 6 and 7, has been music idol for three NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME 1 AW NOTICE is HBRRKY CIVEN thai tinundersigned, desiring to business under tii.flctltlntis i TRUCK MART at 1141 N. w 7th Av. ntio, Miami, Intends to r.-i't"'. Knl'l rnmi. with the i lii I. r .f the < 'in ui t Court of Dade County, Florida. ROONF.T THICK SALES, IXC a Florida Corporation BERNARD HUTNEH Attorney for Amiliiant 411s ulvmrhi n'dc 4/tO-n —5/4-11 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WIMM THERE PHE8BKTS SHALL COME, CREF.TINc.s Whereas. HAIMIY R. SMITH. MIA M! IIEAI'II, FLORIDA: ALMA HCHWART5!, MIAMI BBACH, FUR1IIA; DUB WALLACE, MIAMI REACH. FLORIDA did on the IMII day of April, A.D. 19.">3 cause to be incorporated under the provisions at the ucnernl corporation law of tinState of Florida* CAROL LEE AI'AltTI MKXTS, INC., a corporation, with Its f i 1 ii. 11>;I place of business at Miami, lade County, In the State '• %  %  lalmant and .,, i and Presented as ,f .aid ml 1 !'':,;;;:",,-"^ *.* Devted April II. A D IIM OEORCE I:\CCII 1 >• utor of the BESSIE RAICH aBOROR CHERTKOP Attorney f..i Rxe< utor 4/80-87— r. 4-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY niVBN thai the undersigned^desiring to engage hi • -> %  under the fictitious name of THE PHYSICIANS GROUP, at H:tl North Ba: ihi re Drlt •-. Miami :t6. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County. Mori BENJAMIN Q. OREN MARTIN B. BELLE MAIItiei: RICH B LlAVJD EPHTEIN s VMCEL flERTMAN KOVNER K MA.NX 11 KIM Kit Attorneys tor The Physicians Oroup 114 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Pta, i I I i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In business under tin fictitious name of THE NEW VICTORY GARDEN APARTMENTS, at 156 Washington Avenue, .Miami Hcach, Fla., Inland to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit court of Dadc County, I'ioil.la. SADIE ROSEDINSKY PAULINE CHANIN, Owners HAROLD BTRUMPF Attorney for Applicants 911 Bta as n< Bldg. 10-17 —S/i Estate of l *• i ..(sed iving symbol of endurgreatness, for he has mn more recitals than ki.fi.n> tho ntthlir f April. A.D. I5. cause to lie filed before me puoiic. |n hf ntUrf nl the SV( r ,., ary „ f sute Jill the master Violinist of the State Of Florida, a duly authen extraordinary gift, itone," is a byword. nan recently gave a [recital in Carnegie Hall ; birthday. Olin Downes, [critic of the New York ng the event wrote: |the wisdom of expertI long development to today: he has also Jjous qualities he had i came to America in [year, the noble glowind the breath of at place him apart er violinists." musically vigorous and 4, ring new horizons, El[again traverse America as soloist with the nphony orchestras, and IN t lea ted rcHnliitti.il adopted hy the stockholders tinder the tM-ovisions of aald Chapter 0S. Florida Statutes. showing the dlssc. lotion of such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary of State does hereby certlfv to the foregoing and that he in satisfied that the requirement!! of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set niv hand and have affixed the ilrcat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the Sixteenth day of April. A.D. Ir.. R. A. liKAY Secretary of state (Heal) S/4/M ay and Monday eveNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAAV NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the nn.ierxlKinil, desiring to engage in business undnr the fit tltioiis name ot KLEIN S >N LINCOLN ROAD, at KM Lincoln Road, intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Daile County. Florida. ANNA KOPK1ND. Sole owner KOVNER & MANNHKIMEIt Attorneys for Anna Kopkind 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beiich. Florida :. 4-11-1H-2S -TJl? C ,R C.UIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND K5 DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 189313 JAMES DONALD EVANS, Plaintiff. vs. MILDRED BVANrt, Defendant. TO: Mildred Evans tt Morton Avenue Allrenv. New York Yon are hereby notified that a complaint for divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer thereto on plaintiff's attorneys. Weinstein, Welnsteln & Weinstein, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of, I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Hay L'l. 1S or a default will be taken against you. Dated April 1, I9r>. E B. LEATIIERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE Jit., D.C. 4/20-27 — 5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 'Mi' NSAUCER, at 137-139 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name wtth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSEBAR FOODS. INC. A Florida Corporation JOSEPH PARDO Attornev for Applicant 404 Seyl.old Itldg. -4/27 — r./4-ll-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that InderSigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name of iSTo.VK'S DEPARTMENT BTOR1 16S9 N W. ITtta Street. Miami. Florida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BENNIE BTONE ELRY STONK Attorney for Itennie Stone, Department store 4/LI-2U-27 — 5/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SHANNON PARK SERVICE STATION, at*Mil N.W. 22nd Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intend, to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY I. COHEN. V, share 4/27 PAIL MILLER, Vi share .-./I'.II-IJ OTIC FOR HARVIE Duval State Representative -GROUP 1kjrowfifj of Experience Ability and Integrity (I'd. Pol. Adv.) TONIGHT *• i. .** ?0 RACES NiGHTtf QUINltUI EVERY SsCt • DAIl" DOUBLE ll&2nd BATIi OPEN 6T (, -to PM • POST. TIMF 8 00 P M N 0 MINORS ADMITTED to or ADAiiSS/ON 50c PAPERS FOR ... .,. %  Slot. Supervised Porinwtuet Wog4K WSCAYM^k •••in msitt siiwiiM m.%. tm* an •••• CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, CP.EKTINt;.Whet MAI.VIN BNGIsANDER, MIAMI BBACH, FLORIDA CEI.IA DIAMOND. MIAMI It EACH. FLORIDA JACK J. QOl/D, Ml \MI BBACH, FI.OKIIC, did on the 2nd dny of July. AD. I, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 60s, Florida Statutes. I A 2 — 51 — :12 CORP., I oorporatlon, with Its principal place of l.usiness at Miami Beach, Dade County in the State of Florida, and Whereathe stockholdets of stirli corporation did on the Srd day of April, \ I IfM, %  anse to he flleil in the office of the Secretary of State of the Stale of Florida, a Consent of all the si.., kholders under the provisions of Chapter MS. Florida suitute*. Showing the dissolution ol such norntlon. Now. therefore, the Secretary ^..,,,. does h< '• b) certify to the f. going and that he is satisfied the i i-oulrements of la h..M "'!v Ki w,TNi:ss WHEREOF. I have hereunto sel rnj hand hav< af.'lxed the Seal of the State "f I at Tallahassee, ". rapltal. this tiie Tw< ntj third day ol April AD %  R. A. GRAY (SP M.I Set rotary of I 5 corol been NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1W591 LI'DIE JENNINGS, llalntlff. vs. I'I'.KSS JENNINGS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PRESS JENNINGS, residence unknown You. PRESS JHNNINOS, are hereby notified that a Bill, of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and vou are rci,uiie judgment by default will be taken against poll for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tliis -".tb day of April. A.D. B, P.. I.EATHEK.MAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dadc County, Florida. By JOAN COI'RNOIJER, (Circuit 'V 1U rt Seal) Deputy Clerk. 4/27 — .-/4-11-1* IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37732-B In He: ESTATE OF WILLIAM S. (SOLDRN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou. may have against the estate of WILLIAM s. GOLDEN, de-I |Hte of IHide County. Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of I County, and flic the same In th. ir offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight ( alenda: months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addri -of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same ill i,. barred """ 7^3.16 of the IMS ProhBta Act. Dated April 14, A. D 19-I. ELIZABETH GOLDEN Executrix of the Las v\ i .,., i Testament of v\ ILLIAM s i IOLI 'EN, I •• %  a*ed. RICHARD I LEBEN Attorney for Execul %  .—:. 4-11 IN THE" COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37451-A In Re: ESTATE OF: Fit El > EHHIONKRANZ ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said I'C: You. and each of you arc hereby notified and required to present any i Ja: ms and demands which yon, or either of vou. %  •} have against the estate of PREp KilllLNKKAN'/.. deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Dade County Coio-th-iuse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of :he first publication hereof. Said claims or. demand* to contain the leirnl address of the claimant and to lie sworn to aaid presented as aforesaid, or same will be bailed See Section 7JS.16 of the 1*41 Probate Act. Dated April % A.D. 1S. IEANETTE EHRENKRANZ and lilLKERT EHRENKRANZ, Executors of above estate. 'JOSEPH ZEMEJ, Attorney lor Executors 6nr, uncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 4/27 — 5/4-11-1* NOTICE is the undersign* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY OI\ I--.N thai desiring t.. engage in bualness under ih^ctlilom I"M O I:I:I:K/KSWI:PT FXXID '.'•^'• 1! IMK N Miami AVO., Mlmil. | ntwl ds to regl-.., ... I name the Clerk of the I'cUlt „ade County. >.,, W KSK] MiM VIN I MCROKF. Attornev *i7 Lincoln ltd.. ML.mi BMCB, Ha. r./4-ll-I---'"' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37784 In ll. EST \ l'l'' >F EDWARD I WI'NDER. I •• A valuable piece of jewelry is stolen, from your house. Doi your imuranc* cve>r th* IOMT SEE Artrtur M. Kahn Richord L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street THf TtAVTlEtS. Hee4.#d ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All 1 I .. with Court of ss In Re ESTATE OF SI RA AKI1ISE. also known SMtVll ARBl'HE, Deceased IN'THE COUNTY JUDOES_coy T RT IN AND FOR MOE FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NOTICE COUNTY. NO. 37774 TO CREDITORS To rfavlna claims Saul Estate: You. and Ml li lie male Is ,.t sons Against .,f you are hereby notified and required to mt %  ">>; ,i.,i,„s and demandf whlch_ ?ju. .or cither of you. may tev. MM oU are l.erel.y hive aJSSinst the ., nd f „ 0 ,n. """-' %  :„;—• |„ Hoimm & barred B Section 7J3.16 <>r |'|. .hate Act ,s : -\d;!o,;:;. r auK ....,:V AROCSE. U-l-*i Ith^aladdi ess .d the claimant and l,e sworn to and t*esented asM!for, l,„l. or same will he .barred See Sectton TSS.U of the iTa Probate Act. "--M^'M.FARkR M As Atulllarv Administrator of KDWAKD.1 WCNDKK.^ ROTH FABER 4 -.M--J7 — :./4-ll Attorneys ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!^ ~+Jmisii fkvkflan %  oltcfta yow leaol notice* W. appreciate your pcs4xonaq4 and guarantee accuratt* e enrtce at aal ratee • • Prt.ne FR 4-4366 lor mesnqer ervtea ATTEHTIOM ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Coll the JEWISH FLOMD1AN at ; 1 :



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Page 12 A tt*%U*fh>rk1**r Top Local Leaders Honor Judge Segall More than 100 business and pro%  lonal men honored Jinluc Sidney L. Segall. .Indue of the Dade county small claims court, this week at a luncheon" in downtown Miami. Judge Segall. a candidate to remain on the bench to which he was appointed last Ausust hv ('.<>v Leroy Collins, was landed "for maintaining his court calendar despite his busy campaign schedule." Judge Segall. who set a record for the number of CUM he has fondled since his appointment, has bettred his own record by handling 3.300 cases since September, the largest number of cases handled i nso short a time. The judge has reduced the court ( <] %  ndar so that now case* can be beani in less than six weeks, "m i > 1 to take six months Judge Segall is running on hi-record as a judge and his qualifications based on more than 22 years of experience as a lawyer and former assistant attorney general of Florida and U.S. Department of Justice attorney for more ihan three years under a service appointment by the U.S. attorney L.. neral. •l? JUDGl SIDNIY SIGALL Secrecy to Stop, Chuck Hall Says Charles (Chuck) Hall. Miami i n'h candidate for county comi~-.ion. intensified his countywide campaign this etk with opening of three more area headquarters. Hall appointed Bruce Dodd Cami director for the Hialeah Mi ami Spring* area, tin. IVin 'Reeves campaign tftreetof for Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, and ('apt John Faulkner campaign director for the Redland district and Homestead. In a series of speeches in Miami Beach, Hall continued to hammer at the county commission's "policy of making decisions in secret meetings." "When I am on the commission I will open the doors and let the public see how their elected officials are conducting county business." Hall said. "When we stop these secret meetings there will be no chance for hidden deals and favoritism." Orr Says He's Running on 'Merit State Rep John r). Orr Jr.. candidate for reelection to the State Hmisc ot Keprcsontatives. Group 2, this week reemphasired his campaign platform for returning to the legislature. The 37-vear-old legislator has launched, he said, "an affirmative and aggressive campaign, based on my record in the past session of the legislature, and my program for the next session. "I am running on my merits, background and experience." Orr declared Heading bis platform. Orr pledges his continued fight for fair reapportionment Other points in his program include revision of the state constitution. AUGUST BROS H> ; Is the BEST? it's cold inside I FUR STORAGE CALL 82-1611 A bonded messenger will call for your furs promptly • •IMOOIIINO • RISTHINO •RfrAIKINO • CUANINO %  ** %  %  m '<& %  TROY HAIGLER mu YOU KNOW THAT TROY HAIGLER has bnn fighting for th Taxpayers u EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of the DAOE COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION. TROY HAIGLER can seve the Dado County t.xoay.r. $10^00^00.00 by kWd^fing unused surplus funds. TROY HAIGLER has spont twelve years of acfivo reeeerch in Dado County government. TROY HAIGLER it the best qualified for this raco. TROY HAIGLER is truly the "taKpoyoV. man." VOTE TROY HAIGLER YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PULL LEVER 24-A (Pri. Pol. Artv.l Anderson Winds Up Campaign Circuit Judge Robert H. Anderson this week winds up his campaign to be returned to the office he accepted by appointment from Gov. LeRoy Collins. fn an intensive drive throughout the county. Judge Anderson stressed his "manv years of legal experience, and the need for mature judgment in a circuit judge." Murray Sams, Jr., campaign manager for Judge Anderson, said the fact that "all three Dade county daily newspapers and a number of weekly papers had endorsed Judge Anderson shows that informed editors recognize the qualities of the incumbent circuit judge." Oxford Student : Gets Emblem Herbert Asch. whose home is in Lorain. O., but who spends his winters in Miami Beach and as a student at Oxford School. 1204 West ave.. received notice this wek that he successfully passed the Red Cross hfe saving course. Herbert was awarded the official senior emblem wheh qualifies him to assist life guards and also to help teach youngsters in rules and regulations of water safety. Herbert took his course during the winter months while, a student at Oxford School under the guid-| ance of school swiming coach John I -OP. famous as %  specialist in water ballet, dlviflf and Olympic swimming. LM will cntinuo theso courses throughout the rest of the school year ind also during the summer camping season at Oxford. Danziger Seeks Constable's Post Marrv Danziger. 5720 Alton rd.. is seeking the constable post in District 5. Danziger. a Beach resident far the past 27 years and with the city the past 15 years, feels that "through my many years experience on the Beach I am qualified to serve." Danziger is a Dade county special deputy sheriff. Miami Beach special police officer, member of the National Sheriffs Asnn.. Flori. da Police Officers A*sn., a Mason; Elk. American Legion and a member of Miami Beach Benevolent Assn. LEGAL NOTICE NOT,C£ N^rLAW CT,T, Ut i%eVa&rVV5r M *n rU ,h MAI.IKN ASHTK'IATKH INC *<*< Lincoln Road M turn I Brarh. Florida HsQRjiJTl_ HOU DINING lOOM Open for finest food in .K. ,. manner continental Mry '< motph rt "*'" 1 S .. s !!"" C4TWD *"* H* MOWS OP TO ,000 KOfU DIETARY LAWS D OBSERV ED WS PnV„r;ri% 0M THf OCCAM AT ll JTBEn • **H WHY ACCB LESI Miami Beach deserves the" Constable!... Miami Beachl BEST Constable!... Here's Constable Tobin's record of act plishments! TOWN TOftlN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN T0BIN exposed fake identification racketr teen-agers into saloons, vigorously prosecuted bar owners minors. conducted educational campaign of distributed leaflets to school children juvenile delinquency, vigorously prosecuted gamblers and phi lators involving juveniles, organized full time constable service,; day — 7 days a week, waived his constable fees for worth; suing for wages. graduated from the Miami Police Aci inaugurated service of process of Ciraj* and Civil Court in addition to Small Cli' ESTABLISHED $4/000 fixed Constable seh eliminated evils of fee system, is endorsed by the Democratic Clu Beach. is endorsed by Communications We America. is Past President of B'nai B'rith; Post I Young Democrats; Past President North Shore Jewish Center; Past Commander Jewish War VeJtraW Chairman of Boy Scouts of Miami Be*! of lib, Civil league and m ffi-tlKT CONSTABLE LEONAR TOBIN TMAIXKB FOR THf* LEVER 43-B



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lay 195G )ar JMitzvctlt 2Js*hhn<**ttori '** HM Page 15 A Ail-Star Show To Benefit School Building Campaign Saturday night, Mav 5, is the (late of an all-star show for Tiler eth Israel Northside Center, with noted club entertainer Alan Gale ;is master of ceremoni<' The show is slated for the Monte Carlo hotel, according to an announcement Wednesday by Rabbi Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel spiritual leader, who revealed that proceeds will be used to erect a and school buildnew synagogue ing. "We hope to have these facilities [completed in time for the High Holy Days," Rabbi Herson said, j adding that the Center has already i purchased a tract of land adjacent to i's present site for the erection of the new quarters. Marshall Comis, president. of Tifereth Israel, is chairman of the building fund committee. Comis said Wednesday that both the Monte Carlo hotel and Gale "are contributing their services gratis to the Center so that maximum use (of the proceeds can be had by the 'enter." Michael L. Greenberg became Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning service, Apr. 28, of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rab* I bi Tibor Stern officiated. MichCROWN FENCE p of Mrand Mrs. Leo ^ 7620 Dickens ave., Erne Bar Mitzvah Saining at North Shore enter. Rabbi Mayer %  itz will officiate. Student at the religious the Center and at%  utilus Junior High. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Busker, 9149 Froude ave., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Stephen is a student at the religious school of the Center and attends Nautilus Junior High. Rosenberg Bar Mitzvah Saturday Michael Norman Rosenberg will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. May 5. of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William Lipson rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Michael Norman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosenberg, 2000 SW 4th ave.. Miami. He is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Out-of-town guests at the Bar Mitzvah ceremony will include Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rosenberg, of Valley Stream. N.Y.; Mrs. Herbert Goldman and Miss Sondra Gold• man, Glen Oaks, N.Y.; and Mrs. George Roffman, Mrs. Jennie Geide. Mrs. Mae Kalik and Arthur Rosenberg, all of New York. Wernor-Kahn ODOK 2ANGWHL Option to Fete Zangwill fc* Eliot Zangwil] will befMitrviih during Saturday VICPV May 5. of Beth Rabbi Yaakov laill officiate, with CanLipton rendering the wrtions of the liturgy. ithe ton of Mr. and I •'•Zangwill. 1219 ManaGahlfK They will be host 'at following N's i'rida\ evening %  enrtoday morning, the Zangp welcome guests and J Kidrlu-h. following the % ah ceremony P's a seventh grade honP Ponce de l.eon Junior !" l. where he is a reporter er "The Rambler," and of the choral group. P" in hi> honor will be T*y Wening in the Rubaiof the Algiers hotel. %  js at the cocktail hour dance will be Theo%  dparenK Mr. and Mrs. P^on. of Oral Gables !" n. Mass fawners will include Mr [Alfred Barren, Van Nuys, *• nd Mrs. c.eorge Sed"*• HI: and Mr.v RiMe* Aid more J. Paul Breakstone, son of Dr. and Mrs. Judd R. Breakstone, 111 3rd ter., San Marino Island, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, May 5, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Ardni'itp Charles Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, May 5. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. w Mm.' % %  Mm ray MKHAtL ROStNBtKG Martin Diamond Bar Mitzvah Martin Diamond, son of Irving Diamond and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. Diamond, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Tifereth Israel Northside Center on Saturday morning. May 5. Rabbi Abraham Herson will of1 ficiate at the service. Martin is a seventh grade student at Mami Edison Junior High School and is a member of the graduating class at the Center. rt-Towners To Fete Gerald ,n o Mr and Mrs. J*'. ill become Bar ryjn* Saturday morning C y £ ,f Temple 2io 7 !" Taxman will offici[L j r e,Kh grad • iu L "' Miami Junior High r *mpie Zion religious school. .,, „ ... Mr. and Mrs. Weiss wdl be host at Friday evening Oneg Shabbat and Saturday morning Kiddush in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Among out-of-town guests will be Gerald's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lieberman and Mr. Max Weiss, of Brooklyn, NY. • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UNK WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP DIAMOND LAWN WIH1 FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 A MESSAGE TO THE VOTERS: Elect Louis Shafkin Constable — District 5 I have served on the M. B. Planning Board for 7 years (chairman past 3 years). I have met and planned with officials in all of the communities in the 5th District. I know the area, the people and the community problems. I believe I can be of real service to you. Pull Lever 42-B YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE (Pd. Pol. Adv.) 11 n 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 "67.Senator Plan" which would reduce Dade County's proportionate representation in our State Senate to that of Oketchobee County with 3500 people. 3. That he is "looking for new sources of revenue to tap." 4. Nor can he pull back the word, of the "Daily Worker." newspaper recently seized by the U.S. Government, praising Mr. Orr in this manner"He opposed condemning Communist! for teaching or advocating ideas." (Issue of Sept. 16.1954, after his election!) BURTON THORNAL OPPOSSS INTEGRATION IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. BURTON THORNAL OPPOSfS THE "67-SENATOR PLAN." BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES INCREASED TAXES. BURTON THORNAL OPPOSES AIR AND GUIDANCE TO MEMBERS BU OF ORGANIZATIONS C.TED AS -SUBVE RSi VE (Mr. Orr has been attorney for such an admitted member—Dade County Ch. Casa No. 135756.) SO ... MWTON THOtMAl OPPOStS JOHN OH Let's fie Certain t Vote tor BURTON Thornal for STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group Two COUNTY-WIDE VOTE F0 OAOf COUNTY M AtJtn DfAMONO



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I 4, 1956. ***'*§> nnrMfrui Entered Ktice Before ipreme Court Ma'-ii Kn -'l.i r >'I' r' Jt£im f r • ius ,i ce of i,he fifth d'strirt was I | V t week by ceromo-Jjnrtander into Prarthc Supreme Court of | Stall'" i, lawyer for 14 years L cperial assistant attorjl of Florida, was adnutL^jre in ceremonies prUucted by Simon E. SoLicit>>r General of the _eloff formerly served Isatf* attorney for MaryLfjts he en a frequent mi Beach as a speaker Organizational affairs. B a> been a member of bureau of Israel I yea i campaign headquarVishington ave. and rd..'were opened by |n. campaign manager. j f)r Leo Grossman, Bi pediatrician, as camspoke to the Miami hist club last week on £$ special assistant atral. •tries of meetings |a every section of the lor Englander, will PJk intensive campaign Miami rV-ach will (if Sunday night's ra'lv has been set for Bfah: at 8305 Crespi 0d campaign treasurer an said hundreds of Surf side, North Bav Bay Harbor Islands leligious leaders have ppport to Knglander, a nt of the Miami Beach tr of Commerce." 500 persons attended %  ttand rally at the home W. North Bay Village Miami Beach civic hammered away "at of attorneys holding [the Peace court in pri£$Jf;ces" riuring several (ranees. He renewed his ^relocate the eourt in a location and to hold board sea) for District. 5 whose bigRest area is Miami Beach. He la Himself a graduate of District 5 M hools and ,s the only parent in ">• race. He has two children "I am running for the school board," he said this week, "because Miami Beach hasn't got adequate nor complete.) sincere representation. District 5 cries for proonr representation by a parent who thoroughly knows school problems and wants to help children." Kamp in School Board Campaign Henry A. Kamp is a candidate in the May Democratic prlnarret for the office of Dade county -, M boo) board member. District 5. jcnco! Board Meeds % %  a* %  *** wj sity of Miami law school, and is now a practicing Dade county attorney. Page II A QUALIFIED TEACHERS Beautiful 4 Room Cottages. NURSERY and KINDERGARTEN wanted. FUHI. $500 SEASON OR SELL for half-doy session to Tart in S.p REAS0 NABLE. Ferndale, N.Y. tember. Jewish background essential. Mrs. C, Box 2973, Miami 18 Aired by Schneider School Board candidate Dr. S. G.' Schneider, optometrist crusading for better children's vision in the public schools and noted for 20 years of Scoutmaster work, this week implored voting parents to heed these school needs: Good bus transportation: thoughtful planning for school sites; immediate repair of outmoded sanitation; increased classes for Dade county's exceptional children; and immediate end to corporal punishment. Dr. Schneider seeks the school ilviilvvt men ATTORNEY GENERAL i Pd. Pol, Adv i B L B C T I. Ray Mills Constable District No. 3 RESIDENT Of DISTRICT FOR 30 YEARS SOUTH OF S.W. 8th STREET TO HOWARD DRIVE An Experienced Man for a Alan's Job SERVED IN DAM COUNTY AND DtSTtlCT THREE FOR M YEARS, LTwt "ej-seMNUtl ,H NMUiC SERVICE AND IAW ENFORCEMENT. West Miami Safety Director and Chief ef Police. Depatv Sheriff, Dade Coanty Sheriffs Department. Carol Cables PoKce Department. Florida State Attorney's Investigator. Florida State Beverage Department Investigator. Special Afoot Coonty Prosetator's Office. 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i.wya y Ledewrae—Goya to you— Ifrom the 1790's. Li may they have a merry trip abroad. Helen and Jack plan ton sometime in the fall. %  ere on the Art Cuff: Miam Beach art connoisseur Claira (it has donated "The Departure," a painting by the 19th cenDutch nw-ter. Jozef Israels, to the Joe and Emily Lowe Art tording to Mendel, the painting is dated 1881 and will be on la: the gallery during a special exhibition of recent gifts and [planned for the summer months. Mikhail Wolfson, half of the prominent WOMETCO team and Hat of Miam's WTVJ television, is the -.ubject of the lead |ic the April issue of Far East Film News of Tokyo. i was in Tokyo for a few days as part of the globe-circling j is making with his wife and daughter Frances. i lormer mayor of Miami Beach, he is shooting film in the Jots of the Far and Middle East and shipping it back to WTVJ, %  newsman Ralph Renick editing the footage as quickly as he Mitch was chairman of a recent American Jewish Committee kr here, which featured an address by noted government ad| Jacob Blausttin, special U.S. delegate to the United Nations Itusion. taking of globe-girdlers: The Seville hotel, which he buiTt old. was the scene Saturday of a bon voyage affair for Mr. and |lr>ing Kipnis. hfy'll be leaving soon for a six-month trip around the world. ^200 guests attended the party to wish Irv and his wife well. brdly did we make note here last week of Miami Beachite i Crouingar's quiet trip to a hospital in Durham, N.C., than | cam? that Jtnnia had returned to her Pinetree dr. home for a ntb stay. The noted hotel woman was recently accorded fright for Sight" award of the National Council to Combat <;s in recognition of Jennie's efforts in behalf of the blind... Uison rd s Mr. and Mrs. Al Young have been playing host to | soa and daughter-in-law, the Irwln Youngs, who arrived from i Town for a brief visit last week. dditional cause for happiness is that another son and daughrw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, recently presented them [new granddaughter born Apr. 19. Amy Melissa. I may or may not be that too many "19V were in the 1919 SW [si address of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Abrams. l*T*ay, Ann and Phil moved last Friday to their new home Alegriano in Coral Gables with daughter Carol. MMcen-year-old Carol will be a June grad at Miami Senior thl Plans '" enter tne University of Miami come September. friends are already acquainted with Carol's lovely singing in Guild chorus. nolesale jeweler Phil is a Beth David board member, and wn is active with Bnai B'rith Women. *ccc i Andrt S. Bialolenki is vice president of the Florida State TO Alumni of Dade county, and she was instrumental in Wg a dinner dance at Coral Gables country club Saturday in IProi Em r Ralph L. lyman, her former FSU educate Bi, ,'! ,,nki made the PfenUtion of a gift of silver com' it* 8 ,)Ccasion 'or the alum club. Incidentally, as a memJ* group's education committee, Mrs. B. .has also assisted iDur ng n umerous scholarships to worthy Miami students. JlkufJr rec<,nt F,orid Education Assn. convention here, Li^rr 1 h<>| P ed arrange a breakfast at the Alcazar for FSU K 'aroughout the state. L d M • bus y week for the Edwin Mergers, of 6475 Indian L J rt hursda >' o' last week they were guests of honor at a barI* home V6ri by Mr and *"• "*•* Ray '" theif TatUm Watei "' leocktflM F^iday • the 'o'lowin* evening, the Mergers were feted I Tftir n Par y '" the 12X • 99tb *• BOme 0f *"*• i ,h#r L#rm#n ng President of Agudath Israel sisterhood. rJ*L* a £? d out wltn %  WP from Denver to Miami Beach for to Jy S v,rM "lH. Missing her train in Chicago Mrs. S. defrw2£ S u OU,d •* ,moB P*enger8 on the plane, she breath KJ*J friend, Suo Tohrner, of Rivo Alto Island??? t^ other, of course, but newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Clifton h u ,ba„" rmer **•*••*•• Trumen end her New York Times %  na-on their way to a honeymoon! £Jauv4slr^JHI.apldliiauR Miami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1956 Four finalists in the "Mrs. Mizrachi of Kentucky" beauty contest are seen above receiving beauty tips from Miss Joy Williams (extreme right). Miss Kentucky of 1952. The contest, held in conjunction with recent Kentucky Mizrachi Women's membership drive, saw a large field of entrants narrowed to fourteen finalists. Four of the fourteen pictured above are (seated) Mrs. Lee H. Berman (left) and Mrs. George Klempner. Standing are Mrs. Dan Renco (left) and Mrs. Martin Zucoff. Judges chose Mrs. Renco as the winner at Louisville pageant, proceeds from which benefitted network of Mizrachi Women's child-care and social service projects in Israel. ASSISTS IN DISTRIBUTION OF UTTtRS TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Miami Beach Mother Takes Leading Role in Mental Health Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida has been busy this week participating in its observance of National Mental Health Week with its third annual Mental Health Fair. Miss Lois Parks is director of the Society, which is endeavoring to bring to this area the meaning of mental health and the significance of mental illness. This year's theme is "Education for Action." with emphasis on the support and sponsorship of research to discover new and better ways to cure and prevent mental illness. Particularly active in the programs of the Society is Mrs. Randolph Shevach. wife of a prominent Miami Beach physician and a mother, who received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami the same day her daughter graduated some two years ago. "I've been particularly oriented in the field of health." Mrs. Shevach explains, "and that has tended to make me especially aware of mental health needs across the nation." In this regard. Mrs. Shevach, in conjunction with Miss Parks, recently approached the high schools of this area in order to enter them into a program designed to make senior students understand the problems involving adjustment, parental relationship and other key matters pertaining to healthy emotional development. The program involves a series of letters written on these subjects by Dr. Loyd Rowland, director of the Louisiana Association of Mental Health, who aims to introduce high school seniors to the problems of the adult. Of all the schools approached in the area, only Miami Beach High was interested, according to Mrs. Shevach. At this time, seniors at the school—in all 367—periodically receive letters written by Dr. Rowlandon various aspects of mental health. "These seniors are extremely interested in being better informed," Mrs. Shevach says. "We have gone so far as to send out our own questionnaires, with an eye toward getting additional comment by the students—what they feel they are or are not getting by participating in the program and what they feel should he emphasized or deemphasized." Mrs. Shevach got into the procram after being approached by Miss Parks. The Miami Beach mother has been liaison with the Dade County Council of PTA Associations and the Mental Health Society in connection with her chairmanship of mental health at Miami Beach Junior-Senior High and North Beach elementary schools. Another direct outcome of her activity was the appearance Wednesday at the Mental Health Fair in White Temple, Miami, of a panel, "Milestones to Maturity," featuring students Marlene Gold and James RoPth, with Irvin W. Katz. Miami Beach High principal, participating. MKS. RANDOLPH SHtVACH Mrs. Groudan Will Head Sisterhood Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute has unanimously elected Mrs. Henry Groudan president of Sisterhood to serve for the coming year. Mrs. TJroudan is well known in local organization activity. She is treasurer of Stephen Wise group of Hadassah. vice president of Bikur Cholem of Greater Miami and participates in the programs of Mizrach, Zionist Organization of America and Jewish Home of the A ed Other officers elected are the Mesdames Louis Schcnkcr, honorary life president: Esther Lerman, honorary president: Jack Berger, Max LeVine, Bessie Levine and Frances Ullian, vice presidents; Murray Rosenberg, treas urer; Frances Ullian, assistant treasurer; Max Gutmann, financial secretary; Max Blaser, secretary; Henry Novick, corresponding secretary; Jack Lynn, social secretary. Board of directors are the Mesdames Esther Beinhorn, Frank Burg, Lazarus Cohen, Frank.Fine, Fannie Glick, David Hermon, George Isaacson, Gertrude Kleinberg, Chip Krutchick, David LapMKS. NEWT CKOUDAH A off, Esther Lerman, Saul Libert, Benjamin Pearlman, William Ratnofi, Ida Rosenberg, Eugene Schwarz, Max Stein, Cect.ia Wortman and Rose Zigman.



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Page 6 A + L**i*Wr+Hk*n ___Friday Nathan Says He's Running on Record Judge Raymond c. Nathan toM Jewish Florid in Wednesday • the issues in the Dads county lit cowl rare hoilcd rlnwn to i v.n % %  > rd • I people's %  Judge Nathan pointed ti> hhi u senior Judge <>f the i county small claims court. iring which he heard nearly 23.000 cases involving more than 79.000 people "These people were a perfect section ol our population." -.id Judge Nathan, who has been Mi imian since the a%e of throe. There were laborers and businessmen, housewives and carpenrich and poor. From my contad with all those types of people. 1 believe I have sained a deep unItanding of the problems that ei nfronl ui all "The \oterstudied my record two yean ago, and then returned I e to the bench with the hi^luM • •ite given any Dade county candi. Ite lor any office Judge Nathan Spero Reelected For Third Term Ralph Spero, dJM Rovnl 1'ilm ave .. has been unanimously reelected president for th< third term of Temple Beth Sholom. Fleeted with Sper o are Harry A. fit f WTWT y Worry %  \Trim*.. jt>hn Serbin and Charles Silvers, via presidents; Benjamin Kimer. tr.-.iurer; Davtd Pollock, financial •-<•<•retary; and Alexander Kubin. 'iieral secretary Elected to the board of directors for a throe year term are Irving B. Kaplan, Morris Alpert, .lames M. it. Harry Blumin, Jacob r. Fishman, Joseph L Arkin, IrvinsJ Rothman. Sidne> D An-in. Ralph Lachman and Isidore Hunt. TWO-year board member iZachtrj f Bailey. Harrj Miller and Tom Kravitz are one-year incmbers. JUdge Ken no! h Ok served as chairman of the nominating com mittee wheh suhmlttnl the slate to Hi,, congrt 11. HI Apr 20 In his absence from the city. Dr. Me\er ilz presented the report. Rabbi Leon Kronen is Jpiritual |i .: ler of the onuregation. which this year is observing its 13th year tot IAION Vows to Abolish Milk Commission Otis W. Shiver introduced Joe (Eaton al a mooting in the Miami Heath area tinweek "as a man of his work and one who can be trust ed to carry out a progressive and forceful program in the senate for the benefit of all of Dade county Shiver said he "is convinced that Eaton will lead Ljie fight in the senate to abolish ,th{2 MiU Commission." Eaton, candidate for the state senate seat being vacated by R. B. Gautier. Jr.. stated that he would work toward the lowering of the interest rates of small loan companies. Floridas small loan companies have the highest mtON i rates of any state in the nation Faton, former circuit court judge, pledged that he will fight for fair tax distribution and fair reapportionment in keeping With Dade county's growth. Eaton said: "One of the evils in our stall government which I will try to correct by a constitutional amendment is the secret session in our senate, whereby one member of the senate can rise on the floor and ask for an executive session, which automatically bars both the public and the press." Learn to Dc„ C liihlVn .ijjBEE'S STUWo] Lessons Given ta "ome or Our Studbl chiw^irr yr. and .p. Top, Tot, w.nr.'*, Boil,,, n. "J^l Wfw nwrouiwrTaT REASONABLE RAT Phone for Appoint Plow 7-1643 1534 WASHINGTON **imi B( K h TOGU*"" BROS Rv, AUGUST BROS A. IS thefltsj> P I 0 N f f t Eit. 1924 J f rV I S H CAMP OF Same Ownership Since 1946 Tf 5 0TI Camp Osceola JUDGl RAYMOND NATHAN recently received the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce award as Dade County's "Outstanding Public Official" of the year. FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT 2 Vote For RICHARD M. 'DICK'' McIVER A Quolified mimml Attorney Infertile^ in Public Service Member ef DAOI COUNTY FLORIDA AMfRICAN BAR ASSOCIATIONS RICHARD M. McIVER CANDIDATE FOR Justice of the Peace DISTRICT TWO Practicing Attorney. Graduate University ef Miami Law School. Veteran World War II, Reserve Officer, U.S. Army. : Married, Two Children. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS-1244 PIATF0RMFor Better Service l Immediate investigation af all deaths ocevrrinq under cir cumttancet that require mqoe*t by this office. [ That he will endeavor to In) available at all times to isMe Peace Warrants, and sat Peace Bands. ( To bold night cevrt tvme a week to accommodate work, ing people rhot field it %  hord ship ta attend day ceert. Flagler St., Phone Ft 4-4504 Vamp High Land Far Bays A Girls SEBRING, FLORIDA 2', hours from Miami. You canl %  te your child every weekend.I AM water and land sporta in*] eluding horaeback riding. Mature, capable staff The onlyl Jewish camp In Florida that is] an accredited member of American Camping Asan. LIMITED ENROLLMENT PHONE NE b-3042 | Camp Sky Top j fOR BOYS I GIRLS IN THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA Nathan Anderson Miller Owner-Director 6550 N.W. 38th Terrace Miami Springs FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Milk River and Silver lake, Horse Shoe, N.C. Riding Private Lake All Land and Water Sports Sabbath Services Capable Seaaoned Staff. Resident Physician and Nurse, Jewish American Cuisine Ai-rrerllterl MVmner: AMERICAN CAMI'IM; ASStK'IATION Directors: Herbert and Be'le Silver 753 BUCCANEER AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PH. UN 1 CAMP PINEWOOD H E N D ER SO N V I LLE, N.C. L PHONE TU 8-9704 i •Met Adventure in Health and Happinett" Am Outstanding Camp for BOYS 8i Girls 5 to 17 Why Camp Pinewood Far Your Children? %  ocauso tkey arc so precious to yon yosj want for them: • A coot refreihing summer, 2500 ft. h gh in the Blue Ridge I • Delicious wholesome food — appealing to children's taste • Directors who hove a personal interest in each child and knowledge ond bockground to moke their summer delightful • Mat u re experienced counselor staff a Beautiful camp site — 100 ft. swimming pool '" addition to) lake e Free horsebock riding e Exciting canoe, horseback ond hiking trips • A full athletic ond cultural program Directors: Dr. Mrs. Donald Mkkelsaej Mr. b Mrs. Eli L Meta* Msesw. Pfcas.1 B3-541B Miami Beach—Pheae %  Associate Directors: Selena H.yden. B Id. Mervin Herts. S PERSONAL INTERVIEW SUGGESTED PULL LEVER 40 B MAY 8th I IM Pol Ailv ) I 1 Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. 29th Avenue Phone NE 5-2044 I ELECT FARIS A MAN FOR ALL THE PEOPLE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR DISTRICT 1 1. EQU AUZATION and Reduction *•*" 2. Increase Airport. H~pital. ^ '^TdJ-j J. EHiminatiofi Home Ownort' Personal Proptn 4. Greater County-Wide Recreational Fac 'Ty Ar(0 5. Restrictive Zoning for protection Res.denfioi^', 4. Adequate Police and Fire Protection C*V* 7. Adequate Pay. Ptasion Plans and Civil Service Programs 8. Closer Surveillance County Institutions t. Equal planning for Crty and County Needs 10. Deposit of County funds in Interest Bear.no 11. Continued Homestead Exemption PROVEN SERVICE IN CIVIC COMMUWGOVERNMENT AND CHARITT ORGANIZATION? FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL HI 6-0859 HI 6-0850 M. ••!. M*.



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''' Page 12 B -Int/U FkrMtor Senior Judaeans Will HeW Conclave Aboard Yacht Senior Judaeaa* will hold th.ir, M iami ZioniM ^ his supporters declared nesday. A resident here for 14 years Marger attended Miami Beach High School and won his law degree at the University of Miami Married and the father of two daughters, Merger and his wife Kaye, were selected as Miami Beach's "ideal Family" in 1955 by the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. Marger helped organize the Legal Aid Office of Miami Beach, is i a director of the Miami Beach Bar Assn.. Elks, B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Veterans. Junior Chamber of I Commerce, Tax Payer* Association. i Knights of Pythias and the Toast Friday,] ma r,fltnV Margers pUtf,-.! Promises •'schedl? for all cases." i Aduhjw j">ariitt WhySHL, Meet New | Learn the Wafcj Rhumba *i NEW IMMtuifl For Appoint] PUll M| 1S34 *•*,*,, FACTS... NOT FICTION! At election time, promises glow the brightest, but the brighter they glow, the foster they fade. The choice of County Commissioners is a matter of extreme importance, and voters are not interested in fiction. I. D. MacVicar, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, hot served you for ten eventful years. Mr. "Moc" is running for reelection, and he wonts you to have ( AIRPORT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MBDICAL SCHOOL PUBLIC PARKS Florida Jl JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ANO OTHSRS FMS FACTS When I. D. MacVicar became a member of the Dade County Commission 10 yean ago, our Miami International Airport handled 428 thousand passengers annually. As a direct result of MacVicar's strong leadership, our expanded airport accommodated 3 million travelers last year. And it is still growing. A new airport terminal and other airport improvements are now under wsy. 20 thousand people are on the aviation industry payrolls, and the industry contributes* healthy 130 million dollars to our area's expanding econony each year. These are facts! MacVicar played a substantial role in the founding of Florida's first medical school which is an invaluable asset to Dade County and the Univsnjjr ,£ of Miami. Future Florida Doctors will now graduate from a University. And that's a fact! Mr. Douglas McKay, Secretary of the Interior, called our Dade County Parka "thecountry's beat." Over 8 million residents and visitors coniwesefl that fact as they visited our park* last year. I. D. MacVicar paved the way for the building of some of our parka and the improving of existing ones. It's a fact! When the County Commission accepted the responsibility of the hospital from the City just seven yeare ago, some 98 thousand hospital and CM patients per year were being cased for. Today, that> number has been doubled, because the hospital has been so enlarged and-improved, en 569 beds in 1947, Jackson Memorial today boasts 930. Of course, yoj taxes help pay the cost, but as Chairman of the Commission, I. D. Mac vx* gave this vital project his strongest support. Them art facts, too. And it Ve fact that the Dade County Auditorium, the Ssequarium,andV* bment* of Mr. "Mac's" sdnuaxrtrst** caya Art Museum are all arrnmpljstswsgiil (P*. !*•!. A*r.



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Pagej 8 A 9-JewlstncrkUar ; ; i Schwartz Named To Sixth Term Isidore Schwartz will bo installed president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. at a dinner banquet Sunday evening in Beth El Congregation. • Other officers to be installed are Joel Zalis, first vice president: Mrs. Julanda Bernstein, second vice president; Morris Eckhouse, third vice president; Harry Goldberg, treasurer; Mrs. Morris Eckhouse. financial secretary: Mrs. Zelda Koontz, recording secretary; and Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding secretary. Board members are Mrs. Abraham Barkan, Mrs. Anna Block, I. Fendell, Mrs. Mary Hirschhorn, Mrs Gertrude Indgin. Hyman Kam. R. Kreiger, Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. Sam Siegel, Meyer Redlick. Louis Weintraub, S. Collins and S. Her-; man. Guest speaker will be Rabbi | ISIDOKl SCHWAITZ Mav 4 and 5. Although his itinerary has not Morns Skop, of Coral Cables Jew.> vp het n completed. Gov Collins is jsh Center. Rabbi Simon April, of expectP(1 to makc speeches in Wu Miami Hebrew School and Congre|cah Mjami Springs, South Miami, gallon, will deliver the invocation.: Cor ,, Gables and Miami Beac h. Musical program will include | The Governor will make two Cantor Berele Kelemer and Young i statf .. w j de television broadcasts Judaeans in a group of Israeli fr „ m Miamj H e will appear on songs. Sidney H. Palmer is master of ceremonies. Collins Due for TV Stint Here WGBS-TV Friday night. May 4, t 10:30 pm. and will make a video address over WTVJ, Saturday night, May 5, at 7:30 pm. Both are 30-minute programs. In recent talks to Florida voters, Gov. Collins has stated repeatedly Gov LeRoy Collins will wind up that he favors the customs and trahii campaign for reelection in ditions of .the South and will UM Dade county this week when he all lawful power of the Governors returns here lor a two-day visit office to maintain segregation. Yarborough Will Attend Assn. Meei Jess Yarborough, who is running j for reelection as a county commissioner, has taken time out from his campaign to attend a meeting of I the National Home Builders Assn. in Washington, D.C. Yarborough is attending the committee on community facilities meeting to discuss the problems of building where land is too low for the installation of septic tanks. "The need for and the method of paying for the installation of sewers and water in these areas will be discussed." said the county commissioner who is seeking reelection on May 8 in the primaries. Yarborough is vice chairman of the Dade county commission and w.is recently elected president of the State Assn. of County Commissioners. "Since I have been in office the Miami International Airport has been developed as the hub of the transport at ion world. Tile parks program of the county is now second to none in the United States," Yarborough said. "The children's zoo. four marinas and the Dade County Art Museum at Vizcaya have opened since Yarborough went into office," his supporters indicated Wednesday. LIGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I luu NOTifK IS IIKKKHY (1IVEN that II,.iimli-i KIBJMMI. ilealrrna; In IIIKHKIin iiuxliirNM under thr fl.tltl.nin name of RIJSABKTH HA IK HTTUKT, HI 10 Collins Avonuf, Miami Ii*a MoMsfJ SeWCk lew Allegation; Ne left faiilen, Honorary Legal Fraternity. -Cr-efeeH 4 U-iver.iry of Miami with 11 A. • f/ect VffftVfU your 5ffc District Justice of tfcei PULL LEVER 40B Your Vote Appreciated May (Pd. !'• 1 Adr.| 1 VOTE MARVIN M. "Red" Christmas Constable DISTRICT 1 PULL LEVER 43 A Courtesy Efficiency Pd. Pol. Adv.) PULL LEVER 35-A JUDGE GEORGE L JACKMAN FOR SMALL CLAIMS COURT (Group 2) 10 TEH REASONS WHY 10 1 1. 2. Senior Judge of the Municipal Court of North Miami Beach. Member Florida Municipal Judges Ass'n; Dude County League • Municipal Judges. Former Associate-Professor business and insurance law. Practicing in Florida, Federal and New York Courts. Legal adviser for civic organizations. Former criminal investigator U.S. Treasury Dept. (racket bustinfr. Service in South Pacific and Japan, World War II. -. Married, four children. 9. Years of community service through Junior Chamber of Comnerci, Masons, Knights of Pythias, veterans' organizations and other erne groups. 10. Experience as ^estffTtoc-lav*7er-|^ sp^ JWTKE W AIL 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. (IM Pol. Adv.)



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1 4 .Page 10 B +JenUtnerk#an .V Experience at Hospital Show* Medical Records Are Valuable Chances arc you'll he in a hospital at one time or another during your lifetime. Now don't be alarmed. The hospital has become an integral part o! everyday Hie. it you're a mother, you've probablj given bit th to one or more babies in ;i hospital li you're a father, you've the hospital floor a for the • i [essed event." In fact, you ma] have bellowed you howl ol life inside the germ free hospital delivery room. And from the moment you step up to the admitting office "i the modern hospital to the second thai you fling a aateltel ol dud throu h it-, exit doorway, your hospital atay has been recorded in every important detail No! Just yOUT name. address and birthday—but your medical history, physical examination, progress note-, doctor's orders, consultations, 1 a bo r a t o r y findings] chest x-ray, temperature record, medication and treatment, nurses notes and personal property list. The medical records ol any hospital are used whenever a patient falls hack on health Insurance policies to Offset medical COSta The moiic.ii records department at Mount Sinai Hospital ma) nil out from their case histories more than i insurance queries ; week Up to 20 different forma maj be filled out just for a single patient. For tinreason alone, accurate and complete medical recordan I aential to the hospital patient. "The medical records department is the heart of the hospital." declares Samuel Ciertner. executive director of the nonprofit institui tion which is raising funds for a new S4.000.000 hospital "They are the basis upon which are judged the professional skill of the doctors in our community and even the medical standards maintained by the hospital itself Every month, he explains, a medical records review committee composed of staff physicians and specialists will go over these records to determine the effectiveness of patient care and the directions given by the patient's docto-. In addition. Gartner points out. the .Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation constantly refers to the medical records m order to judge hospital performance. The Joint Commission included repreitives of the American College of Physicians, American College of Surgeons. American Hospital As-n. American Medical Assn. and Canadian Medical Assn. In this emphasis he is backed up bj Max Orovitz. prominent Miami businessman and president of the Miami Beach institution. "The medical records are the living history of the care given every patient who has ever entered a hospital. The patient's sickness, the doctor's treatment, the course of convalescence—all must be set down fully in these vital documents." Some 60.000 separate admusion folders are now on file in the medical records department at Mount Sinai, one for every admission made since the hospital first opened in 1947. An elaborate crossindex is also kept of every adnus sion. by disease, according to a code set up and maintained hv the' 1 American Medical Association. Doctors find this code index an invaluable depositodv of health information for studies and analysis. At the present time, the medical rec ords cross index is being used for studies on diseases of the gall bladder, ulcerative colitis, throm bophlebitis, liver biopsy and pulr monary embolism. Yes, for the hospital patient, the medical records, next to your doctor, are one of your best friends. Many professional and clerical hours are spent to make sure that these records are complete and accurate. They are a lasting, everavailable protection to your health and that of your loved ones. "ON MY M coi I k you to be my j^. you wont me to continue.: YOUR JUDGE of the SMAU, COURT." Keep J U ( j 3e SIDNEY L. SEGj PULL LEVER 35-B (Pd, ]'. Admiring the 21-inch television set donated by Miami Beach lodge 170, Knights of Pythias, to Mount Sinai hospital for its pediatrics section are (left to right) Ben Hausman, chancellor commander of the lodge; Seymour Keit, member of the child welfare committee sponsoring the gift; Joe Wiener, co-chairman of the child welfare committee; and J. Gerald Lewis, vice president of the hospital. Beach Lodge Pyfhians Give TV to Sinai Miami Beach lodge No. 170, Knights of Pythias, have donated a 21 -inch television console set for use in the pediatrics section of Mount Sinai Hospital, it was announced Wednesday by Max Orovitz, hospital president Official acceptance uf the gift was made by J. Gerald Lewis, vice president of the hospital. The gift was subscribed for through advertisements by members of the Knights of Pythias in the yearly printed calendar distributed by the Miami Beach lodge. The television set was Immediately placed tn the pediatrics section, according to Samuel Gertner. Mount Sinai executive director. Sponsor for the donation was the ledge's child welfare committee, headed by Robert Levine.-vice chancellor. a.ehairman. and Joe Wiener, co-chairman. Other members active tn'the project were Ben Husman, chancellor commander, Jack Altschuler. pastjc oaaveHor; David Sheldon, prelate; and Seymour Keit. KEEP ANNA BRENNER MEYERS On TOOT SCHOOL BOARD "Reward Able and Devoted Service" PULL LEVER 38A r (II Pol. Adv ) I Sisterhood Card Party Due Mrs. Anna Silherman. president of Sisterhood Beth Tfilah, announced that a card party will be be held at the Park Central hotel on Tuesday afternoon. May 8. e YOTi; FOR AXiB KIMT JOHNSON t Davis TO YOUR LEGISLATURE Group #1 • CIVIC LEADER • "MORE AMD BETTER ROADS WITHOUT mw TAXATION' PULL LEVER 14 A A REPRESENTATIVE FOR ALL OF DAK COUNTY 1 Ol K VOTE AI'I'RECIATEir (Pd. Pol. Adv.) CITIZENS OF DADE CM M K B T Robert J. LfeWISON Candidate for Judge, Small Claims Court • Resident of Dode County 26 years. • Vice-President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rMid] • Active on CJ.A. Committee (Lawyer's Divbi • Purpose, simplified set of rules of procedure so that parties may represent without an attorney. • Deeply appreciates your vote on May 8, ]\ THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE (IM. Pol. Adv.) m? ..A ROGI Your Con! DISTtKT M. 1 PULL LEYER 434 j His Record iptk DID YOU KNOW??? • Vaur ConstaM*, George Rofin. h. aerved over 1Mj Civil Paper., and ha* inwaatigatad owar 150 homicidal • Roger*: ia a r equate of Miami Police *" d ,*;7fac0f nlz.d with Tn*tructor from tha FBI and Uof *•'•"T-j, ha* tan. year* of law onforeamant experience w-n ^ ^ record > f %  g • Roger, haa raaidad In Dletriet in District 2 for '•^J, el | member of Maaona. eHrlne. Elk.. Moo.e. D> v* %  „ i Oada County ftaaoytive Committee and Young D !" c **y' T Judge M Chrii' JUSTICE OF T& District I MM IS #\ TOR ***** Sol as Associate Jodge of ffce Small Cfc"*l Daring 1954-1955 PRECINCTS 44 THROUGH PULL LEVER 40 A a Of VOTE APPRECt (Pd. Pol. Adv.)



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Page 2B *tmi^n*rH*yri ^zALout your Special J-avoritcs >out UJGI OTHER FILLINGS ALS O AVAILABLE Viennese Special for Frozen Dough Filled With Cheese Centersa Treat! By LEAH LEONARD the point over lap. When tU ere filled and rolled, bring ends toRecently %  Los Angeles reader M ., n ,. r tl i ()nn oieeeeata ;>nd arwuil.-d to know if we have a recip, in ,, ( on an un > reased cookie for in./in dough cut into than-| s heH Bakl tlll |, y htly browned. and filled with a cheese tilabmI 12 minutes yields approxling." Well, there are quite a number of short doughs that might be what she seeks. The following recipeis a Viennese special that we have found most' satisfactory because it is so easy to follow and MI versatile. Here it is. with our own variations: Viennese Pastry Special 1 cup softened butter or substitute -I cup sugar 2 efg yolks imately 48 crescents FILLINGS: Cream and Not — Combine t* pound cream cheese with 4 cup finely ground almonds or mixed nuts. Add 3 tablespoons powdered sugar and '4 teaspoon almond extract. If too thin to spread and hold its shape, work in 2 tablespoons fine cracker crumbs. Red Raspberry Jam: Combine jam with enough fine crumbs and 1 teaspoon grated orange or ground almonds to make the mixlemon rind Iture thick enough to spread but %  teaspoon salt (if unsalted buthold s sha P*Spread one tableter is used) | spoonful on each triangle and roll moon huutes %  pleasing variation. I Brush the tops Ughtl) arts* cither diluted ell yolk: and water or orange juice before baking. £ § • HIKl s \\ WSWKK to innumerable Inquiries as to why the upper crusts i pies r emain soft after baking: HAKE A VENT for the steam (oi filling) to escape. Puncturing the upper crust with a lork or. as we prefer to do. cut little circles or heart shapes out of center of upper pastry before ad-1 justing it "ver filling and pinching • edges together helps Brushing the crusts with diluted egg yolk or fruit juice also helps. Try it. Miami Artists ft Hosf Studio Nights in /Hoy POUT Miami artists will be studio night hosts at the Joe and Emily Inue Ait Gallery, University of Miami, during May, according to director C Clay Aldridge. Ethel Fisher will be on hand to Welcome gallery members May 4. Other artist-hosts for May will in elude Charles Jacobson, May 11; Jon Keller, May 18: and Marion ^r.day. May ^ studio n.Bht for th ls *a AT FOOD COOK WITHOUT SUGAR Sweet, but non-fattening Sug<> rin e ^'7fc Ptrfmct Sugar flavor "DSUO STOIES EVKrWHIRl / ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE' Sens' tedey f.r year free cepy el. *• wonderful new Jewish-Eefllish "H******* • 'aaaillar J.wi.h Warm ••a' Expressless". See 1Psll>[el" M tsti M; else nntttop^muk". $. "Hedtee 4 Cheieiir" M pee* 6. See 222 Jewish w*es, expressless, eetimtieas, •ses, etc. res, (ought, td.t.tisa.l for Hi* whole family. „ fee* peer free cepy, writ, f: • J. F. — TUWi RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP". 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE [ NEW YORK 47, NEW YORK Training School Tea Committee of Miami Beach Home and Training School for Retarded Children will hold a membership tea Monday at the National hotel. Speakers will include Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation. CHICKEN SOUP and bo two W% FLORIDA DAIRIES HomoGimiio Vrtamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dmerm rVerecfed TEL. fR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision S< / IX 4\^ rmir'of -o*! fT$f • by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, DIC. 14 m. 24th n„ tssuaii 37, ru. mop. n : Excitingly Different Taste! 'i 'i' CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE 2*et*&&^ R l^AMEOCOtrA Good Any Time PICKLED, W*TOK^^ 1 rciturvf omemoToes or m soar* ^ COASTLINE PROVISION CO, SS5 BISCAYNC ST, SUAMI BEACH PHONES: Jl M233 P*f



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T, May 4. 1956 frjEiticf, noridfiar and Britain Show Caution in Face of New Red Policy n 1 A U A. _-— rtinued from P9 %  A -tries to offset the irv fc*?tr.ngth that Egypt ft from th. Sovi.t bloc.) Uii statement, made t a eUnferente in London prior i;T.fum with Sovi.t PrsiBvlgmin to Moscow, Mr. Lh.v said that th. Sov.et I j, prtpared "to particf. jn arms embargo in tha Et" through tha United „ or some ofhtT w -'' t w htther his governmfnt I try to persuade ofhar kits to reduce arms shipL, 0 the Middle East—an reference to CxechosloL salt of arms to Egypt— Lhrushchev replied: "That [rtry delicate question, but ild not want to by-pass t. A* a matter of fact, we |„ our own country .re not ,hipping arms to anybody, and we would prafar that thar. ware no such shipments at all. But such shipments are taking place "It would be wrong," he continued, "if wa ware to say that tha Soviat Union would not sell arma to states which might ask us to do so for tha reason that shipments are being made to other countries. If it were possible to agree, through the Unitad Nations or some other way, that these arms shipments should not take place, wa would welcome that and we are prepared to take part in such an undertaking which would help bring peaceful conditions to the troubled parts of the world." Soviet Premier Bulganii said: view of tha Soviet Government, the main source of international friction and the cause tor tha deterioration of relations between the Arab states and Isreel is the creation of military groups such as that embraced in the Baghdad Pact. The British view does not share our interpretation, and we do not agree with them. Here, you see, we take different stands." Mr. Buiganin concluded by stating that the agreement reached between the Soviet and British leaders in the talks here on the Middle East "opens no small possibility for our two countries." levi Eshkol Presents Billion Dollar Program to Zionists To Ward Off 'Ruination' Continued from Page 1 A cies. The Zionist and government I development of the countryside and the economy are and must reI main intertwined, he said. Reviewing the accomplishments I of the Zionist movement within the State of Israel, Mr. Eshkol said i that the incorporation of masses J of immigrants from 70 countries in Israel has changed the face of i the countryside. New villages have | sprung up, he noted, long-neglected fields have been fertilized and cultivated, tea; of thousands of new homes have arisen and millions of tree.now lines thousands of miles of avenues. Many welll have been dug, bridges built, roads Page 3 A R i: II i i i: Stauffer System FREE TRIAL Lose Inches Tone Lazy Muscles PH. 83-9260 1733 S.W. 22nd St. (CORAl WAY) • I l Pol, % %  • i I i Harold B. Spaet, former vice mayor and present city an of Miami Beach, candidate William L. McCrory I James P. Wendler, Mayor of Surfside, meet to discuss aign strategy for the return of William L. "Bill" McCrory stable. District 5. SPECIALS BE SMART BUY NOW~l^T COME IN ImJLITEIt^S >H 0Ntjm & WATCH BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS f 0 Fj US PACK ~mjr* 1255 Dadc Blvd., Miami Beach ^^ 'Around the Cornrr from Beachcomber Clnb) "X Over 100 Gift Packages To Select From ^eav. HAlf BUSHEL ^ Delicious ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT 45 WAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED CnCC On* Jar Marmalade) iKEC Shipped with order COCONUT PATTIES REO. M.00 NOW 3 49 75 Delivered Anywh.r. I Including 2 MRS MARMALADE Box Cocoanur Parties & Bag Pecan! e Vii MARMALADE OR JELLY REO. 50e NOW 25 c LB JAR 40 A JUSTICE FOR ALL MEANS www w in the 5th District (Miami Beach thru Golden Beach) Malvin ENGLANDER'S Fellow Attorneys urge you to support him, BECAUSE of his outstanding record 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 m R. Baisden Riphtel K. Yunes Herberts. Shapiro Chirles Gertler jHlrold Rosen |**P* W. Melek [Jidney Wertheimer \**' Gilbert [Uaerd L. GlM#r P*cal N. Roach t"e Greenfield [""•an Street 1**1. We,to **•* C Sommor Ml Scherr Jgiiu I. Friedman | M "M Unorlaidar Met Winlan [•""•iHial Spondtr A. Budd Cutler Clemen J. Ehrlich Jama* H. Ruby Arthur D. Frishman Henry M. Waitxkin Max B. Kogen Seymour Silvorman Walter E. Godbold Paul Warren Frank Cohn Milton Kelner John K. Lewis Alan King Abo Schonfeld Josoph Gossan Moio J. L. Tendrlch Don A. Mayarton Mark Silverttein Herman M. Berk Burton B. Loebl Charles J. Courshon Seymour B. Liebman Irving Firtel Saul Genet A. J. Kaplan Theodore M. Epstein J. Bernard Spoctor Samuel W. Shapiro Roland W. Granat Murray Goodman Ernest I. Kass Walter S. Meckauf John E. Parte David Lamolman Marvin M. Green Samuel Rubin Carl Upton David P. Cetsman Robert R. Frank Jack S. Liebmenn ATTORNEY ior 14 YEARS (NeoHy double his combined opponents). SPECIAL ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL of the STATE OF FLORIDA. ELECTED President. MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ELECTED to the highest post in his fraternal order (with more than 700 members). ELECTED for 8 YEABS to the Dade County Democratic Executive Committee. OUTSTANDING WORKER for Beth Jacob. Israel Bonds. Jewish Wax Veterans, 52 Association. ADMITTED to practice before the Supreme Court of the United Slates of America. Elect MALVIN ENGLANDER Justice of the Peace 5th District


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4, 1956 Shlodge [nor Memory >rt Balkin Brilh men's lodge a living memorial to jrt j Balkin, director H office, Anti Defama[of B'nai Brith. [its designation as the Balkin lodge, B'nai group will be offiat a dinner dance i at the Nautilus hoof reservations is Fossey in Plan | For Dade Zoning 1 Ralph Fosscy, candidate for the county commUiton from District 4 -sealed a pfaui this week to do' I away w.th "haphazard, day-hy-day : zoning." fomtf said Wednesday "the present thinking seems to be to ,keep zoning open by use of the I n,enm ^Pe zoning. After an area is so classified then individuals are invited to apply f„ r residential or industrial development DM. "All this does is to invite spot ; zoning, all types of variances and day-by-day zoning changes. With this antiquated system we wind up with haphazard and very spotty use for the land areas of Dade Page 11B aside an area large enough, in the western part of the county, for all desirable industry; zone residential areas for maximum benefit of home owners; work closely with all cities to coordinate zoning efforts Sisterhood to Elect Officers Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will elect officers Monday afternoon at a meeting in Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Israel Goldberg will preside. *'indent. Stanley| R abbi Alb rt *• Gordon, of Mt. vice president, Sinai Temple, Sioux City, la.. ; second vice presihas been appointed director of county'.' At the i Skop; third vice presMidWest Council of the Union te !" no long range plan for zoning of American Hebrew Congregaa of Dade coun,v •" lions. A native of Petroit and': F ,T y %  aid his P !" for zoning includes the following: REV. ABRAHAM Model SEIF Associated With All Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone JE1-3840 treast Seiavitch; Miller cretary, Arnold Newig secretary, Gilbert dian. Arthur Berkan; Cygielman; and i Feimster. Jerald Rosen, BelLad Herbert Klias. former army chaplain. Rabbi Determination of long range land Gordon will retain his present use needs for Dade county; setting pulpit while coordinating activities among temples in eight Mid-Western states. Itrhood Slates Final Meeting of Season Sisterhood of Coral Short business session will be followed by a play put on by the Sunday school dramatic club diCenter will hold ting of the season ing at the Center.' rected by Al Roscoe. cotMOOoaa g oqag q a^ i 4 \ : i BABY SHOES BRONZED 6" Plating all Metals ... la all 1iim.it • last • Hirer • Ctsser • Nickel • arm • Ctaisi • Cessna e toaauiH $1 PRESERVED FOREVER! far fait Service Vint Owr 'tout LONDON PLATERS, Inc. PLANT: MIOTOWM: 1010 I. Mrs. STBIIT 14 %  ISCAYNI BLW. HIAIIAH — TU ^ % > x^ 3 3 3 w aa |l( A TABUS -oai fcrmrfiy -inabin-lwil NETTE SITS fT! SETS 1.95 up $15.95 up $29.95 up lOrNM Marfelt mi trail I !• CM00SI FROM OfM HUT ffiTU IK t f JR. 1 aRICTION IN MIAMI PLINTT OF PARKING IN FtONT I CHAIR CO. 3101 N.W. 54th STREET LETS KE-ELE4 T W. M /Newt' HUDSON CONSTABLE District NOa Substitute tor It Year* 9 Kxpprimnem 99 LEVER 42-B MAY 8th (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ttHKT iaR. iRDISON %  Utfttr T.) STABLE \ Dade County £•"-MSlraat fcv i**'* tWMffc 14). Honest ABLE Experienced Pull Lever 43A i Moy 8 i\,\ Adv.) ""* *erW tW it ahew* ky her pest waH. •awn tfcr •4 MNI bat keea •ewe Hweeteo*! oar CMU""J*V %  rtsMaet al Btitrkl 3 KEEP... JUDGE GENE Williams COURT OF CRIMES I "Qualified by Experience' Pull Lever 34 B MAY I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) PEISOKAUZED SEIVICI "AtT" "AMIW" "MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones FR 3-2244, FR 4-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street % % % > VOTE FOR Justice with Prompt Hearings ELECT THOMAS S. (TOM) FERGUSON JUDGE of COURT of CRIMES 22 ITears Experience as Judge in Dado County Age 52 and Resident of Miami 32 years. As Judge of Small Claims Court and Juatic* of Peace handled more than PREPARED AND*SPONSORED FIRST SMALL CLAIMS COURT FOR FLORIDA IN DADE COUNTY. First President of Young Democratic Cluba of Dada Count/. Paat Stats President of Young Democratic Clubs of Florida. Elected Delegate to Democratic National Convention 3 times. Pas* Vice President of Miami Junior Chamber ef Commerce. Maoook. Moose, Elk, Woodman, Eaatern Star (Paat Worthy Patron), and member of Riverside Methodist Church. I shall change present order and practice e* Court which roouiree defandants to remain in Jail tor at leaat 5 days before a hearing is had. I shall devote my entire time to th 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 1 Your Vote Appreciated


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May 4, 1956 feaWcfc Fl*srS*3> tt^ MflMN MflMUTTH :kman Reveals lorsements Here campaign of Judge George ckman in his race for judge Dade county small claims Group 2. has received added its this week, according to a ent released to the press jckman'< candidacy has received Indorsement of Mayor Frank JLc. of Florida City; Mayor ;. Harris, of Homestead: Daniel I). Diefenbach. of Miami Beach; Mayor Paul t of South Miami; and Mayor rte Pastorc of Sweetwater. pveral other mayors have enme." .lackman said, "and out talking me up but. hold me. since their respective 1 charters prohibit them from t" 1 such endorsements public, frifhholdin^ their names. itir endorsements followed fledge to them to hold court.: trhedule hearings that will bf, ent to all populated parts lace (Mint)," ckman. senior judge of the npal court of North Miami | has also been endorsed by [Miami Beach Democratic club, [supported indicated Wedne*is a member of the Masons, htsof Pythias, Exchange club, veteran organizations and %  fetes, Perlmutter to Head ADL Here Nathan Perlmutter. former national director of community action for the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. has been appointed director of the League's Florida office, chairman George Talianoff. of Miami Beach, announced Wednesday. Perlmutter succeeds, the late Gilbert Balkin. An authority on hate groups and a well known commentator on social and political affairs. Perlmutter's articles have appeared in "Commentary," "National Jewish Monthly," "Jewish Examiner" and in numerous political journals. He joined the League in 1949 as civil rights director of its Rocky Mountain states office. In 1952, he directed its Michigan office and two years later was chosen to direct community action where he chartered the League's counteraction tactics against subversive and anti-democratic forces. Perlmutter studied at the School of Diplomatic and Consular Practice of Georgetown University, Villanova College and received his LLB degree from New York University. He is a member of the New York Bar and a veteran of World War II, during which he served as an infantry officer wth the United States Marines. A resident of Montclair, N.J., Perlmutter and his wife, Ruth, and their two children plan to settle in the Miami area. 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD, Jr. State Representative Group 2 Page 5 A man Moot Court champion and represented the UM law school in the national Moot Court competition. In addition, he acted as chairman of the school's annual breakfast. Shevin is a member of the Law Quarterly staff. As an undergraduate at the University of Florida, he was a member of Florida Blue Key honorary and was chosen to the Florida Hall of Fame. \ Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron'Shevin, 1844 SW 13th st.,' Miami. Business Meet 101 SHIVIN I (Pd. !•€... Adv.) Lever 44-A Put the BEST MAN BEHIND THE BADGE elect ROCKY POMERAMCE CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 POMERANCE "Ta* Friendly Police Officer You Remeanber at Lincoln Road and Washington Arenue." MOUSED BY HADING CITIZENS BECAUSE ^fnauUhed UNBLEMISHED Record as Miami Beach ^caman-Doiocii^ 7 yean. ***** torf* War Vol.. I*nai B'rith. Elks. Jaycoes. ""C League, Temple Emanu-EL ONLY CANDIDATE QUALIFIED BY TRAINING lor Law """cement Duties. FuU Tbn Attention to Full Time Job. Pull Lever 44-A '


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Mar 4 1956 "JtwisMurkitor) jined Appeal Reveals New Total; ;ampaign Officials Eye Closing Date reporting l5 0 volunteers. meeting m the AiiM Sunday, chalked up a nb.ned Jewish Appeal Kl,452 600 1 aino the announcement ^Sam ... Hciman "that record ( g campaign a" announcement by Carl Susskind. ^r/a" volunteers unanichairman aer( r( | to continue) to canprospect i in all the next two pislandini! within that been hone to commid-Mav and over 40 diviby the up to this the State Pledge cards totalling $150,000 were assigned to the overflow crowd of workers gathered in the toj Kismet room Of the Algiers hotel. Reports are expected on these u signments by the middle ..I \\,,\ Among outstanding reports ren„ ;,|| time record | d ered at the Sunday breakfast wai m ZlA r.uinff camoain an announcei of the Produce Division, their quota of SI 1.000 had exceeded by gifts totalling $13,600. Leo Eisenstein. co-chairman with Jack Cantor of the Real Estate Division, announced his unit had raised $68,312, easily exceeding this year's quota. Only 58 pros poets remair. to be covered in this division. Banks and Investments quota of $68,000 was topped easily with gifts totalling $75,073. One of, the most remarkable totals reported in the area campaign* were provided by West Miami and Flagler-Oranada groups. West Mia mi raised $1,247 against their quota of $377. and Flaeler-Granada announced $3,700 raised over their quota of $1,823. At Miami Beach, six community H campaigns reported they had "gone over the top" for a total of $289 183. Jack Carner is coordinator of' the Miami Beach area campaign. Newest community to get under way is the North Miami unit headed by Morton Jacobs. He announced a community rally in celebration of Israel's eighth anniversary to be held on Wednesday, May 9, at the North Dade Jewish Center. Meanwhile, in Coral Gables, reassignment of prospect cards took I place at the patio party in the School Principal Will h m Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Raskin, -where some 50 workers gathered Saturday night. Heading the corps of volunteers in this area with the Baskins are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Winokur. Mr. and Mrs. David Jacohson, Dr. and Mrs. David Kirsh and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goldman. jign officials drive by ^flotations in May 31 |K total i -d Jewish Appeal |js in 194S. when e | achieved its independGreatcr Miami contribb,485,0O0. setting a mark Ijtood until this year. 'Pledges His Service ipoign Gathering Here 1500 persons attended a party held in honor of IfernHI. candidate for Ithe Peace in the Fifth Dis(it Joey Carr's starlight I in the Arlington hotel Sun(jrnoon. |tll pledged "my every efI energy to make the office ^ lice of the Peace one that pitnity could be proud of" ed "my willingness to people at all times and Mir." Page 7 A Rotunda at Deaborn, Mich. owned through ihe sale of 10,200, It will be the first such meetingOOO shares of common stock by the since the company became publiclyFord Foundation on January 17. r'W-'W'W''W'\~-W"w>nw'W-' WjtMAW VUETTO ME3tOttMAiA] \ % 429 Lenox Avenue Wednesday, May 9th, 8:30 p.m. \ \ Prominent Speakers from Different Denominations % % A L L WELCOME -NO ADMISSION CHARGE, '' -^^~^—^^^V Appointment of Pincus Adelman, leading executive in the philanthropic field, as executive director of American Committee for Boys Town Jerusalem, was announced this week. Adelman will direct the Committee's operations, including its current campaign to raise $500,000 for the expansion of Boys Town Jerusalem, where gifted teenage Israeli boys receive free academic, religious and vocational education. REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 11 v< 4 4 4 4 4 4 <: Annual Meeting Scheduled By Ford Motor Company Annual meeting of Ford Motor Company stockholders will be held May 24 on the grounds of the Ford DONT THROW AWAY Your Old Living Room Suite We'll Moke it Look Like New • Retie and Replace Broken Springs • Replace Webbing • Add f> • rilling • Repair 3eglue and Repolish Frame RE-UPHOLSTERED LIKE NEW SOFA AND CHAIR >59 Established 1906 Cash or Easy Terms Distance No Object D ALTON DECORATORS 3671 N.W. 7th St. Ph. NE 4-0521 All Re Upholstering Work Guaranteed 5 foars [M Sliolom Aleichem mind Fogler. retired New |(b school principal, will be iker Sunday evening at noza Outdoor Forum, 11th lOtean ct. Fogler will speak on "The Sholom Aleichem." 4 to 24-HOUR PRINTING • with our new equipment and Miami's only commercial Xerox |h. we can reproduce your letterheads and business forms in 24 hours f< it i saving from tneir original cost. A&A LETTER SERVICE and PRINTING %  A. 6 P.M. 3200 N.W. 17lfc AVI. PH. NEwtan 5-0042 I MR UMt Of WIDDIN9 INVrt AT/ONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS and fOKMAt PRINTING APPWVID BY IMILY POST HUMAN I :Y" LONG I Ml FULL TIME COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 | Fbrtdian-n* relation Rftftmna longs. gn banking. % ••editing. tt law. .**• Preiector-5% "ktiens. •r the lato Dan ni reoppoinfed by 1 Csllms. '!'<' %  Pi A.lv ) ilect NATHAN ANDERSON MILLER SUPfRINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT) • Teacher • Dean • Principal • Businessman ---WRaH • Youth Leader 7 J OWtt Candidate who has nod teaching and "'i*istrat'nre experience in the Dade County School System *LL LEVER 21 B Pol loV.) COLLINS GOVERNOR RE-ELECT GOVERNOR LEROY COLLINS Vote May 8-Pull Lever 6A (Til. Pol. Adv.)



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Pago 4 A *Je&$LOt>r*0aiiL t t wJewist flcridian Jewlehq lorlela. • Poet Publlehed every Friday sine* 1tt7 by the •Meridian at 130 N. E. Sixth Straat, Miami It, Florida Entarad aa aeeend-ctaaa matter July 4, 1H0, at trie Peat Office of Miami, Fta., under the Act of March S. Ii7. Tha Jawnh Florldlan hat abaorbad the Jewiah Unity •nd th Jewiah Weekly. Member of tha Jewieh Telegraphic Agency, Sevan Arta Faatura Syndicate, Worldwide Ncwa Service, National Editorial Aaaociation, American Aaaociatlon at Engliah-Jewiah Newepapera, Florida Fraaa Aaaociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. FR 4-1141 — FR 4-8212 Tha Jewish Morl.tlRn doee not auarantee tha_ Kaafcruth of the mercha ndise advertlarri In lt column*. igilCR .PTION PATESI On. Year SS-00 Two Year, M Iyar 23. 5716 Volume 30 Number 18 Friday. May 4. 1956 The Zionist Movement Needs Greener Pastures Elsewhere Israel Finance Minister Levi Eshkol this week presented a $1,000,000,000 plan to the World Zionist Congress currently meeting in Jerusalem for underwriting the State of Israel's immigration program, as well as for buttressing its economy. According to Mr. Eshkol, the ZOA must accept the responsibility of mobilizing its total resources to back the plan. Otherwise, the large influx of immigrants to Jjjjfeel could mean tats ruination of the young republic's economy. Thefe-can be nodoulit that the Jewish State is today in a crisis as great as any it has had to meet during the eight short years of its existence. The United Jewish Appeal's launching of an emergency $25,000,000 fund above and beyond its 1956 committment to finance the North Africa immigration program attests to that fact. Purpose of the emergency fund was to give Israel the opportunity of using a larger part than usual of its national budget for defense needs in the face of worsening military conditions in the Near East without endangering its immigration program. The reguest by Israeli officials to any major American Jewish organization for assistance would therefore be regarded as urgently valid on its face. The realities of the situation, however, seem to point in another direction. Zionist organizations throughout the world arrived in Jerusalem last week for a number of reasons. Principal among these was the need to reexamine the goals and aspiration of the Zionist movement today. The Zionist Organization of America is an example of Zionism's generally rudderless activity since the establishment of Israel back in 1948. One of the first and major examples of this rudderlessness came during the ZOA presidency of Rabbi Irving Miller several years ago, who declared the need for Zionism's "spiritual identification" with the Jewish State at a time when the movement's classic goal had finally been achieved. Since then, many panaceas have been offered for the revitalization of the movement, with no sincere Zionist leader attemptina to hide the fact that Zionism has been sailing through ideologically troubled waters. The Eshkol plan this week offers to the world Zionist movement a new horizon of activity to substitute for the old-a hnancial program which has been principally the province of Federation and Israel Bond campaigns. There is little way of telling at this point how Zionist leaders will react to Mr. Eshkol's reguest. But it seems tha t the salvation of the Zionist movePrimary Day is May 8 Tuesday. May 8. is primary day for many political races in the Greater Miami area. It is the duty of Miami voters to determine which candidates are seeking election in their districts, to make their choices to the best of their ability and then go to the polls and cast their ballots. Voting is not a privilege—but, as we said, a duty. Certainly, there will be no penalties or fines meted out to registered voters who do not go to the polls on Tuesday. Nobody can "force" a citizen to exercise his democratic responsibility. But failing to exercise that responsibility on primary day may result in at least one and possibly two unnecessary things. To begin with, the smaller the vote, the smaller will be the number of people involved in choosing this area's officials. This is the eguivalent of minority government and is contrary to the spirit of our democratic society. But more important, everytime a voter fails to take part in the election process, he is as good as telling the enemies of freedom that democracy doesn't really work and that men would just as soon be ruled by others as to rule themselves. This is a sad commentary indeed at a time when less fortunate peoples throughout tha world look to us with hope in their eyes for the day when they, too, will have the right to self-determination. ment can not lie in duplicating the programs of Federation and Israel Bond drives. Certainly, it is true that these latter groups must intensify their activities successfully to meet the current crisis. This is to ay that Federation and bond organizations must learn to attract increasingly greater support from the American Jewish community in Israel's behalf because no fair-minded observer will say that they cue completely meeting Israel's needs -today. But fhis is another issue entirely. In terms of the immediate problem, the revivification of Zionism can not lie in financial solicitation* It has been the classic position of Zionism to t\\pport Federation and bond drives, through the chanelling of Zionist manpower hAtheir befacfcl The Eshkol plan can only serve to confuse these facts and to diffuse the purposes of Federation and bond programs on tfiftf one hand and the Zionist movement on the"other*. "' Zionism, itself, is a philosophy—a Jewish way of life. It is here where change to meet Israel's changing needs must be uncovered and nurtured. During inc WCCK .. 0 1 •y LEO MINDLIN fifejbyii r National Hospital Week National Hospital Week will be observed throughout the country beginning Sunday. With an ever-increasing number of people moving to South Florida and with the parallel increase in industrial, commercial, residential and educational facilities to meet their needs. interest in our medical and hospital centers grows in staggering proportion. In general, South Florida is going through what is probably the moet rapid expansion of hospital facilities in the entire country, according to Samuel Gertner, South Florida Hospital Council president and executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital here. For the doctors in Dade county and the surrounding area, this means additional bed capacity for both private and medically indigent patients, the most modern in specialized medical equipment and the most efficient auxiliary facilities for the treatment of the acutely ill. In this regard, Mt. Sinai Hospital is taking a leading role amonq progressive medical institutions. Currently in the midst of a $4,000,000 expansion project, which will see the hospital move into brand new facilities on Collins Island adjacent to its present site, Mt. Sinai envisions becoming one of the principal hospital-research centers throughout the entire South. Greater Miami is gratified to note that Mt. Sinai is already well on its way toward achieving that goal. A FEW MONTHS back. pteminsnt Jewish Mlmt *+ attitude toward desegregation. With a siIZ? •* %  J and an equally successful Southern drawl to mat! *'• %  stereotypes of white supremacy philosophy Th ** M *' %  *i cially shocking because it took place during a li,n XPeriw,c **i at the conclusion of an American Jewish Commit. W tei *! I set to thinking about this incident JnT "**** similar occurrence some two years ago-laeain remin(le s of fear and-.who seek to take >n the pro of anti-Segreaat.on Jurce* in the South by j<>"Confinued on Paf '3 A the



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, lewiisltUEB-Dipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 18 j^iami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1956 "Price 20* mArnn ATTACK XMI-IAVA* owre, oimocmM i Southern Settlers 5 ^ srael mark cease-fire on their Egyptian border with relief but maintain grim alertness against threat of fcks. Children here are getting air raid training in lent's bomb shelter. Hundreds of civilian protect\\s are being rushed to completion as Israel enters of freedom. EMENT MUST MOBILIZE Mrof Presents Billion [/Jar Program to Congress To Ward off Economic Win' LLEM (JTA)—A $1,000,000,000 four-year plan for understate of Israel's immigration program and for buttressing [was presented Wednesday at the World Zionist Congress Ikol. Finance Minister of Israel and head of the Jewish itlemt-nt department nist movement must mobilize its total resources to back |therwise. he warned, i i in of large numbers, | Its — which may befcrji could mean the %  the economy of Israel, I the security of the Iffering for the immi I expressed hope that loc countries may open Vider for Jewish emilsaid that Israel must for such an eventuplan into operation, speaking as the Jewheader — said, would ll'nited Jewish Appeal Its current receipts by lo S50.000.000 annually Pie receipts from the drive. These funds i no relation whatever needed for security I the present time, Mr. ed. I estimated that in the % migration movement thousands of families fke roots on their own ne assistance from the ement He asked that from the Western By Special Correspondent BEERSHEBA, Israel—After days of terror, Israel's southern frontierland of the Negev is quiet again, and the pioneer farmers are grimly going about the business of repairing the damage spread by Egyptian fedayeen. The Arab marauders caused considerable damage, but one objective eluded them completely. They had hoped to strike fear deep into the hearts of new immigrant farm families and force them to panic and to leave their Negev homes. But all the fedayeen succeeded in doing was making the newcomers the more determined to hold fast. It is easy to talk about staying put; it is hard to do. Night after night, as the saboteurs struck some; where in the south, the farm families sat in their homes, never knowing if and when a grenade would (come hurtling through a window. Night after night, I the men folk had to stand on guard duty, never : knowing when an enemy bullet would echo through the darkness. Still, they stayed. And when—at least for the time being—it was over, they had their work cut out for them. The marauders struck at tractor stations, water pipelines, electric pylons, irrigation pumping stations and other installations. Security regulations obscure the exact details of the damage, but no one hid the fact that the enemy hit hard. It all began when Egyptian cannon in the Gaza strip opened fire on five border settlements, established by the Jewish Agency Settlement Department with the aid of United Jewish Appeal funds, strung out across the western Negev. In one settlement 30 cows were killed. In Kisufim 180 chickens were killed by a single shell. At Nirim, right on the frontier, a shell damaged the dining hall and another hit the kibbutz workshop and destroyed precious farm equipment purchased with UJA dollars. That no disaster occured was due to preparation and discipline. Fortunately, the government has been building air-raid shelters in frontier settlements for months now, and the fledgling villages had refuge from the bombs. The settlers, well-trained after many an air-raid <" 111, many a false alarm and not a few real attacks, hurried their children and women folk to the shelters the moment the alarm bells clanged. Thus were 35 children at Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha saved from certain death. The youngsters were taken to the shelter less than half an hour before a shell scored a direct hit on their nursery. Then came the fedayeen attacks. On the first night they threw a hand grenade into an apartment in a new immigrant housing project in the old-new city of Ascalon, killing a 74-year-old grandmother who had come from Yemen with her family in 1949 in the search for freedom in her own land. Her granddaughter, only a few hours after a party celebrating the girl's engagement, and her ten-year-old grandson were wounded. It is significant of Israeli spirit that only a few hours later, as dawn broke over Israel, convoys of trucks and busses left Tel Aviv with 900 volunteers in work clothes, off to spend a week in frontier settlements building shelters. The attacks went on for almost a week. A desert "dormitory" camp for workers of the Mekorot Water Co., which built the might Yarkon-Negev pipeline. was attacked. One worker was killed and three others wounded. In the final gasp of the vicious round of attacks, four students of an agricultural school in a village were killed while at prayer in the school's synagogue. Other youngsters were wounded, and a week later Israeli surgeons, to save the life of one of the children, had to amputate both his legs below the knee. LtVI tSHKOL new <••' countries be aided financially to the extent needed by each family. Mr. Eshkol insisted that the Zionist movement's program must be carried out in keeping with Is rael's national and economic poliContinued on Pago ** US. AND BRITAIN CAUTIOUS OVIR 'BLANKET mill' Soviet Statement is Seen Threat to Pact LONDON (JTA)—The statement latt weekend by Nikita Khrushchev, head of the Communist Party i the USSR that the Soviet Union would not send arm. to the Middle East providing "other countriesJo the ..me.'wa. interpreted her. Wednesday to mean that the Soviet Government would d.scontmu. supplying arm, to Egypt if the W.s>rn Powers would agree to a "blanket freeze" on all arm. .h.pments f ^IMhiTwere the caw, it wa. pointed out here, Egypt would be left in a position of great .trength over l.rael *m


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Page 10 A +Jm*tsiFk>r*m*r Abe Aronovitz Will Install North Dade Center Officers Former Miami Mayor Abe Aron ovtz will be m;iin speaker at the annual installation of officer! of the North Dade Jewish Center Sunday evening, May 6. at the (enter. Officers of the auxiliary motions of the ("enter will also be installed. Arnold J. Stern will take office as president. Others are J. Morton Jacobs, vice president; Charles Weissman. treasurer; and Ralph Gordon, financial secretary. Mrs. Max Rudolf will be in stalled as president of the Sister hood for her second term, others are the Me.sdames Julius Bulstein. first vice president: Morris Koenig, second vice president; Milford Schiller financial secretary: Andrew Schwartz, treasurer; Ralph Robin, recording secretary: and Alfred Preston, corresponding secretary. Men's club will install Andrew F. Schwartz la president; Reuben Grant, vice president; Melvm Shrago, recording secretary; Harry Ktssinan. treasurer: and Alfred Preston, corresponding secretary PTA "ill install Mrs. Harold Shopmaker as president for her second term, with Mrs. Arnold J. Stern. Mrs Murray Summers and Mis Milton Heresh M vice presi-' dents; Mrs, Samuel Bloom, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Friedman, recording secretary; and Mrs. Fred Blau. corresponding secretary. The invocation will be given by Rabbi Henry Okolica. MacVicar Cites Role in Hospital I. D. MacVicar. candidate for reelection to the county commission, said Wednesday he has strongly supported the expansion and improvement of Jackson Memorial Hospital. Commissioner MacVicar. using his reconl as his platform, stated that the hospital had a total her) capacity of 569 beds when the county accepted the responsibility of the hospital from the City of ; Miami in 1947. "Today the hospital has been improved and expanded to a total of 930 beds.' he laid •The records show," MacVicar said, "that some 98,000 hospital and clinic patients were being treated when the county took over' tlw hospital. Last \ear the number of patients treated had increased to over 181.000" MacVicar also said that he play ed "a substantial role in the founding of Florida's first medical school at the University of Miami. "The medical school is an invaluable asset to Dade county and the University of Miami." he said, "and future Florida doctors will r.ow graduate from a Florida university I I'.I I'..I Al\ I ReElvet BUK [mill ATTORNEY GENERAL %  IM Pol. Adv.) Mason to Support New Zoning Plans Edwin Lee '•Ed'" Mason this week called for "a coordinated, forwardthinkiri'4 program" to eliminate haphazard zoning in Dade county Mason is running for county comt 2. ••; ire to he good com111<>t %  i plan sbead whether in irafl i i or other matters, Masoa said. "Certainly if our city •-nment had paid any attention to the stories about the growth of Dade county over the last two lr. Th. *• sear" "••••*. *M i.!?'*• <• %  Bhei ., "">u, Joa -^Jr^aZl^ April 11, !•• Hi H s SH as**-. • <...•• Hon. iba krenorlta So/bold Sul'.dUg Miaul, '.orIda CMT Ibai As you bm, wf faraar partnar, nobart W. kn'araon, ra-ar,*'T una •(.points Clrault Coart JW|, of bada County by CUHWM Co! 11ns, US 1 nov • oaadldata for ru-laction an May 1th, 1916. I undursUnd your doetor has fartt Man you Xc angaga I" polltl-t ar.1 to andorsa eandidatas for offlca, ana I ratpact /our haalth graatly and would not want you to fo contrary to hit adaica by andoralnt Judga Andarson as Circuit Coart Judga. H o wasar, yaa aad I wara aaaaalatad In tna law praatlra la l



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4. 1956 ,. ., %  •• %  •. ZJSPMfhrkltori Page 9 A a, installation banquet of Beth David leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg are Stanley C. Myers, president ^r Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi [joplan. Baltimore spiritual leader and Greetings were extended by Mrs. | Mayer Abramowitz, for the South Max Handshu, Mrs. Isidof Bakst,' Florida sub-region, United SynaMax Jacobson, Charles Kamen and jsogue of America, and Rabbi Nathan Siden, in behalf of Beth|Kogen in behalf of the Jewish David affiliates, as well as Rabbi'Theological Seminary. i y %  guest speaker; Mrs. Harry Gordon, chairman of the affair; Rabbi David Kogen, director of community relations, United Synagogue of America; Rabbi Rosenberg; and Herbert Scher, Beth David president. on Hand for Installation \ 1.000 fUtWM witnessed. Ill installation of Rabbi J. Rosenberg as spiritual [ Beth David Congregation i service Sunday. feature <>f the service %  essional in which rabbis jitith the Fabbinical Assn. tier Miami participated. MJie procession were RabApril. Mi-imi Hebrew Congregation: Jonah fKneseth Israel; B. Leon Zamora Jewish .Center; nijh. Temple Beth ShoI.ercr, Congregation Park; Samuel Lerer lolem. Hollywood; Morton Malavsky, Israelite Center; Henry Okolica, North Dade Jewish Center; Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish Center; and Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion. Also participating in the processional were Louis Heiman, Harry Simons, Sidney Lefeourt, Max Jacobson, Bernard A. Sterling, Jacob Sher, Nathan Alexander, Albert Quadow, Dr. Louis L. Kaplan and Herbert E. Scher, president, Beth David. Installing officer was Rabbi Diivid C. Kogen, national director of community relations, United Synagogue of America. Dinner dance at the Waldman's Crown hotel followed the service, where nearly 400 persons heard ] Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, executive director of the Board of Jewish Education. Baltimore. Md„ and Dean of the Baltimore Hebrew College and Teachers Training School, as I guest speaker. Experience Has \n Substitute Urges End to Squandering' M. Noel, candidate for Bty school superintendent 8 primary, this week [think you will agree a I mind should be in coml educator is not enough. of the taxpayers have •ndered. We can operate larger school system on rwe are expending today. i save on transportation, we on unnecessary assistrintendents and super(fan save by having a unimore or less, for the I of new schools and partiifeterias." [whose real estate office is 1st. and Biscayne blvd., is ling "not only on a platlining the taxpayers mon|I im also attacking the in current practice." IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATIONS AND POWER ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU! KEEP Alan S. BOYD Your RAILROAD and PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSIONER (Pd. Pol. Adv.) LEVER SB$r QUALIFIED 14-B I !" *pMECOMTy\ & [HE RIGHT MAN..AS I I .- M r. month earn dividends from the first day of this month. % per year compounded •emi-annually e LINCOLN ROAD, No.1100 at Lenox Avenue —JE 8-7411 e ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, No. 425 at Sheridan Avenue —JE 8-6666 • COLLINS AVENUE at 75th Street-UN 6-7331 S NORTH MIAMI BEACH across from Burdlno'o-Food Fair Shopping Contor— No. Dado S-7132



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Fage 2 A 'Jewlsti fh>rldHa£__ I^MOY Goldmann Charges U.S. Jewry Lacking in Spiritual Values Continued from Paje I A i the Diaspora threatened as i-avHy as K Li todaj Onlj U one ricta survival to physical survival of the individual Jaw can i no fool moderately Rratil when Zionists speak ol sur val, they mean collective spiritual survival aa a pi kntiitism could totally disappear In tho world, yet the position of Jewa aa a people could ba mow mperilled than ever by spiritual .nd moral perils for their exista aa Jew-." Dr, Goldmann pointed out thai the problem of the Jews in the Communist countries is not a problem ol anti-Samitiara. "The Soviet and tho Easl BUTOPCafl rtates," ho said, "are based on equality of rights for all racial nd religious BjrOUpa and minorities. \\'o do not acciiM' the government of those states of intentional violations of the fundamental principles of their constitutions. But we accuse them of rot allowing the Jewish communities to live their full Jewish Jives and maintain their identity I .lows, and secure their future aa Jews. Pointing out that Zionism is regarded in these countries a> counter-revolutionary." and that 'he existence of Jewish schools is not permitted, and that the synagogues still existing than will shortly disappear on account I the lack of rabbis Dr Goldihe young generation of American jewq will retain Jewish identity and continua Jewish life > aa it is todaj • i,, „s not foriil thai thi lni iftar the ,,! HUlerism The ajoral ture of all thi La thai Uw assimi latioti ol todaj La net Ideological and docs not respond to am sh> Off appeal, but is quite natur a] and constitutas a -pontaix proeaas Ol which those who are it are not even aware The situation would ap-; to ihopalass it that* wore BOl an. Israel brael is a SOUTCC Which cm revitalize Jewish life. Israel is a substitute and more than S substitute for the destroy eel Jewish strongholds of Europe. The problem now is how to utilize this source and how to link the Diaspora to Israel." Federation Slates 18th Annual Meet The 18th annual mooting of the i ater Miami Jewish Federation will be held on June 18 ;it the Seville hotel, it has boon announe' Federation president Stanley Tho dinner even! this year wi -alute Federation's "Chai" birthis) as a communitj sen ice oi on. "In viea "i the extnordinan achievement Oi Federation in 1956. Israel's crisia year, it la expected that an all-time attendance record Will be BCl at the traditional af.: said. mann declared: "The Jewish communities In these countries permitted tc maint with Jewish commun abroad. There la no Yiddish liter re, press and .t h:\iti' • In the Soviet Union In short. Jew not permitted to d< Wish cultural creativenesB." [tefen In h life American continent, i>' i '. life in Ariel '-.i i njoj a '' auttfUl falni i-i eonh i In :> oi Jcwisl is not f-n.il to this facade "Too much." he said, "ia being spenl on institutionand on organisational structure, but one needs only to penetrate the facade of American Jewish life to become frightened" He asserted that millions of American Jews do not belong to any Jewish organiza fion. not even to a religious congregation. I % %  • %  %  ----,.--— A very large section, if not ATTENTION INVESTORS I the majority, of American Jewish wl HAy| MAHy OUTSTANDING 1st vouths receive no Jewish educam Don whatsoever." he stated oss M MOtTCACIS THAT WH1 MT Most of the activities of Ameri YOU •% oed 10% Pit ANNUM. Aw. can Jewry are concentrated in Him* — Pfceae t-3444. fund -raining an*d in organization-1 ~ al manifestations. Compared with'pr, the impressive external aspects,' the spiritual output 1 American \ Jewry is most shockingly inade-> quate." he declared. > "The United States." he con tinued. "is generally a country > not conducive to minority cul% tures. It is a melting pot. One of the many weaknesses of Amor* iran Jewish lite is that it ia l>eing % over-organized and simultaneousIf % % tho position o| American Jewry and recolve its problems. Despite the beautiful facade, there is not a guarantee that the majoritj ol t ly disorganized. It has too many organizations and yet lacks %  single representative body that would determine policies, survey MORTGAGES-S500,000 Privote Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under Construction or Completed. Will Buy or M.ike Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages. Unlimited Insurance Funds. PHONE 9 3444 Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated system of Non-Surgical Treatments for the Restoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND 1454 N.W. 36 St. Phone: NE 5-1852 AS YOUR STATE SENATOR I WILL FIGHT FOR: • Abolishment of the State Milk Commission! • Greater Return of State Tax Monies to Our ACilOUlMrfAm/te THE WEATHER IS BEAUTIFUL THE TRAFFIC IS TERRIBLE UTS MAKE THE TRAFFIC BEAUTIFUL AND LEAVE THE WEATHER ALONE I VOTE EOR FOSSEY'S 5 POINT TRAFFIC PLAN MAY 8th i Paid i'"i. Adv.) i "" %  % %  %  — --. %  %  _, S. el. Froodman saaJ M. Rephnn HEBREW BOOK STOII 417 Woshiseten Ave., Miami Beach Befween fourth and 1 fifth Sfs. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synagogues and Private Use AIM for Hebrew Schools O'-iCD "OID Telephone JE 1-H17 SAfl CftriffCATIf County! Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entronct on WosfcieetM Aese Phone JE 17425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across rreea Seeri Free ParkJef in laar BMM OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FlUtP COMTACT LENSES WANTED THE KILLER OF JUDITH ANN ROBERTS! The little Dade County f irl was horribly murdmd. After %  lengthy and headline-huntinK mvteUptiN by the State Attorney, the evidence was rule! "insufficient" by the court and there wu no tnsL The crime w atiU uneolved. Another deadly crime, and the murderer still live* among ue— because Brautigam it a prerse Incompetent aa • State Attorney. So, vote for Richard E. "Dick" Gerttein let State Attorney. Elect a proven prosecutor! Lever 11-B is the address. AMl^"CfMVAtESCE 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LEO ALLEN, Director Ph. FR 4-5437 ssi < Specializing in Care fe fke Elderly end Chronically II RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL for (i Perfect Tribute In keeping with the traditions >f ll "' Jew tab faitli,Kivcrsidc-Hf: Ismna Bi lamaaaa, *•*> ''"' Aat Hi !>.N si so. Treasurer r RIVERSIDE-I MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI BBSUCH I2M Normandy I)rir• I Vies •'-'-'-'. 1236 Washington Aven-r • lkfi< '"<" 1U0 Alton Road • i*Tf ersoa 4-2IW MIAMI I ajM Weal Fbgler and 20th Aeenuc • *//<" %  U IIOL'R AMBI'IAN Riverside Memorial ChsH New York: 76th St. A-terd." ^



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Page 14B •JntistncrJ dfrO-^ %  RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY T emple Be.h shdom •4144 (hac Jve Linrrut RABBI LeON KRONI-II Agudath Israel 7801 Carlyle iv. Orthodox RABBI ISAAC E\TR Fri evening service, 6:45 pjn Sat. morning •< rvicei I ; 1 •• %  Sermon Topic: "Envy and Jealousy i — %  = %  ,i %  %  m mm am Anshe Emes 2343 Coral way Beth David 2625 S\V 3rd awe > matrvattvt RABBI YAAKOV ROSI NBI no CAN inn Wn i 1AM W I ii"" ''' I •: ,,. %  • %  8:15 p-tu Topic: "C %  M Mand MrI %  Hialeah-Miami Springs 951 E. -Hli l K • RABBI BOMS HACKOVMCV twtmtat %  • s 's r m I The Rartfttd Amoepherc AcntcMi 9 am. Ster n um Top "We**N P'"' Homestead Center LSI NT let) -< HaaMttead -crrul.t r MJORRH I ; %  Friday evening crvicai .'.-.•? II KFLRMIR venial service* • • 8:15 r'" Benson Top I jiin (,„, a Mental Health Waal %  nd IOOtR anniversary ot birth of Pi Sigmund I rcud) 1045 am' Giftsf ftoMi of Services CANDUUCHTIHG Tim Irar 23 — 6:35 pjn. 4? Bar Mitzvah n of • n! MiJudd R Breakstone Hollywood Beth Sholem 1725 M wd ,;it e : IIRIR Temple B'nai Sholom \W IS 3rd -t Conservdtite CANTOR BIN I'.nossBrac Fri evening services I:t9 p m %  % %  Temple Emanu-El Beth El 5 I SW I7tl Rv• GARTBNHAI 6:45 p n : s, •• %  ; %  '•thodnxv • l\oc\ of (>io*aJ(ei (1 .'-t in icriei on "II in Ji i i Beth Emeth 12201 N\V 7th %  Fri evening service. *'" P n s.i* morning services *. 9:10 am %  Beth Israel 4000 Prairie BVC Or' RsBBI 1! LOUII RlTIM *\ Fri. evening service. o V pm Sat. morning a %  Sermon Top The Relif Personality" i Beth Jacob 301-311 Wa-hirrcton ave Or: RABBI TWO* SIIRN CANTOR MM RM I MAMI HBI Fri. evenii I p m St morning icrvicee 8:30 am. Sermon Topic! "Orthodoxy us Tend Judaism' Beth Raphael 135 NW 3rd ave ; o>d...x RABBI ARIF BI'KIR In. evening -ervice 6.30 pm. Sat. morning lervicai h 3c am Sermon Topi, Ego tad the Moral Law" I Beth Tfilah 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox RABBI JOMI-II E RACKOVU Y Fri evening service* 6 30 pm Sat. morning RtfTWei I ••> am. Sermon Topi, "Our Duly i, Re ~.\ 'u. Ini % % % % %  ——ii a Coral Gables Center 320 Palermo ave Liberal RABBI M 30 p m. Sat. morning a eHli c ei ... 9 am. Sermon T r "To Know and to D.i" Hebrew Academy 918 • 6th m. f)r;i RABBI AI I XAVDFR CROSS Fri. evening nervice. (, }0 p m Sat. morning service* 9 d m Sermon Topic: '•Wee^lv Portion• < i. .i -muimwwwuw %  uw i-jwr .waif r i m Hollywood Temple Sinai • kPTRO ,'l Hill KMI N ICCI ...9am. S I /' Israelite Center 3198 sw 2tl -.r l u araa W tx v XIM RVSK1 I'tMl'H SOU II SM • Fn evening atrvicei ft V) pm S .-0 a m Sermon Top tt rrlr.lv Pc Kneseth Israel 1419 Euclid a\e. Orth R ^BBl Jos MI F. CAM •!" Charti and Ml I in*" [lection Time at Hand Election time is here for in.Miami Women's Unit of United • erebral Palsy. Monday night 7. there will be an election of offiand board member fur the coming year. Meeting wilfbe held at the t nn.t ,L J u : Temple Israel KB 19th -t Ref RABBI JIKIVII NAROT RABBI |ACOI KAPLAN, Rabbi Ementuj CANTOR JMMB BORNMHSI n rveaaag a t rwcai 8:15 p.m. S.-rmon Topic: D I S .:munJ Freud Weaken or >fe'ii;thr Our Religion'" (on the Q CC BRioa of the lOflth anniveroi the birth ol Dr. Freud) ^at morning 'crvice ... 11 am. Bar Mitxvah Richard. Son of MiA Albert (Jrecn % r > Temple Zion 57:0 SW 17th i Coiuervarivr RABBI AI I RID WAXMAN Fn. evening services 6:15 Late fn services 8:30 Sermon Topic: Mountain* of the Lord" S.it morning *ervice ... 9 "Momoriolt should express the dignify and inieerify of the Imdirliool" '\ Let nn. how you memorials J | of quality and good taste J I that we have installed in the J | various cemeteries in Miami J I and vicinity. THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Y*: Tea 2 Story WUtO BwiUimm 9253 S.W. It* St. Pfc. tS-0249 p.RR. p m a m Monticello Park 164th st &= NE 11th ave.Coniertatne RAHBI P^\. LJ RrR Fn. evening er\ices 8 1 5 p m Sermon Topic: Helpful Hints to Parr Gucat -p.-a..fr J,Tdge Walter H. Beckham. of Juvenile and Dome-tic Relations Court '-.a morning service...9am. Bar Mitzvah Joel Ira, Son ol Mr and MrSidney Weiner Miami Hebrew School 1101 SW 12th ave Orthodox RABBI SIMON APRIL '""ss I„R BIRFI r Kn FvirR Fri evening service* 6 30 p m Sat morning services g : Jo am. Sermon Topic: /< WVlrh a rHerting or a Curie'" Bar Mitzvah HovwrJ. Son i Mr and Mr. Nathan Goldberg North Dade Center I36W W Dixie hwy. Comer, atnr RABBI HFKBY OKOI M \ CAMOB MAI Ri<:t Sir Fri. eveninr service* 8 15 p m. Sermon Topic: //udai.m a Rehfion'" Sat morning service* g 30 am Bar Mitzvah Barry. Son of Mr and Mrs Harry Betofa ^*xaM^B*^^iaK*xMeaaaBBaBBi*xea North Shore Center 75 'h t. Convenat.ve RABBI Mam ABRAMOWII; CANTOR EnwARr. KLMN Tn evening services 8 15 pm Sermon Topic; Sigmund Freud ,he Man and and the jew Sat morning services 8 45 am. Sermon TopK "Weekly Portion" Bar Mitzvah Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Breaker Stuart, ton of Mr and Mrs Leo Stcinman ...... ^ Bar Mitzvah Cerald. Son ol Mr and MrHerman WCJM Tifereth Israel 65fKI K Miami ave. Conieriatu e RABBI ABRAIMM HFRSON m Ai BI KT CLANTX Tn evening services 8:30 p.m. Sermon Topic: The Implement* of the few" Sat. Morning services ... 9 am. Sermon Topic: Strength of Conviction" Bar Mitzvah Martin, Son of Mr Irving Diamond Torah Temple 1254 West ave American fudaitm RABBI ABRAHAM CASHH. RABBI Lot is. Osn phrt Ciit ti ry Charge* 0aa Saadtrrt Zamora lewish Center 44 Z*mora ave Conservative RABBI B LPON HI RWITZ CANTOR RI IKIITM BRILL Fn. evening services g : 15 p m Sermon Topic: The Youth of the Future" Sat morning servicea 8:30 am. Sermon Topic: SpimuaJ Strength" Bar M.tzv^h Ralph. Son of Mr and Mrs John Fre.hman Doom Unveiling The Dedication ot a Monument to the Memory of the Late will ta\e place Si NDAY MAY 6TH 1 p m at MT. NtBO CrMFTERV Mrs Daum is survived by two daughters. Mrs Helen Sgarlata and Mrl.illun Weiss; one %  aster. Mr* Fannie Daum; and ttiree brothers. Morris, Harry and Jack Dublcr Services will be conducted by Rabbi Morn* >kop Thurmond Monument Company it n charge of arrangements Friend* and relatives are asked to attend. Justice DISTRICT Faithfully fr/cf for ffe hearing over I and criminal • ON HE* IS PROOF Of QUAIIFKAT ^GUST BROS LV. lit hirt* r I Re-Eli GRAI Stock row COUNH Progress % Iverybody s Dade Commissioner Won flit Ontstoiiding Good Govenww* A^* Notional Junior Choml>or of COOMB"* first ttrni in off kt .fated Your Vote Apmreei